Macalester’s 23rd Annual International Roundtable -“Sustainable Cities: Sharing Habitat, Building Resiliency”
Thursday through Saturday, September 29 through October 1, 2016, at Macalester College, in varying campus locations and times.
Auspicious Notes, New Music concert from composer Randy Bauer conducted by Mark Mandarano
A 13-piece chamber orchestra comprised of leading Twin Cities musicians will perform the world premiere
Six tenure-track professors join Macalester faculty this fall
They are: Amy Elkins (English), Bret Jackson (Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science), Crystal Moten (History), Jessica Pearson-Patel (History), Katrina Phillips (History), and Leah Witus (Chemistry).
Global Cardiac Care
Mac Sustainability Ambassadors Travel from India to Malaysia Exploring the Work of a Twin Cities-based Health NGO.
Marlon James to speak at First Thursday
Opening Convocation speaker this year is Marlon James, Macalester English professor and Man Booker Prize winner.
Estrogen and Lung Cancer
We don’t yet have a cure for lung cancer, but Maren Bettermann ’16 brings us one step closer by investigating the role of estrogen.
Where Ideas and Music Meet
A joint German studies/music course gives students a deeper understanding of Western European cultural history.
Here Comes the Class of 2020
The 512 members of Macalester's Class of 2020 brings the college's total enrollment to over 2100.
Four students awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to Study Abroad
All rising juniors, they have received scholarships to study abroad this summer in Chile, Nepal, Morocco, and the United Kingdom respectively.
Three 2016 Grads Become NIH Fellows
Less than 10 percent of applicants are selected. Three grads tell how Mac helped them grow as researchers.
Macalester Student Selected as College Debate 2016 Delegate
The delegates are turning to social media to post, tweet, share, and snap the issues that matter most to young voters.
Please Bee Friendly
Emily Sylvestre ’16 spent the year researching, building consensus, and crafting a resolution to make Macalester a more bee-friendly place.
Macalester once had nursery school kids playing and learning at the Miss Stella Wood Center.
Get Set for Generation Z
As Millennials move on, Macalester gets ready to welcome the largest and most diverse cohort of students in its history.
The Next Sound You Hear
Duluth musician Gaelynn Lea Tressler ’06 wins NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest–and the start of a national reputation.
Creating Screen Magic
Hollywood insider Ken LaZebnik ’76 leads a screenwriting program designed to bring more women into the field.
President Rosenberg congratulating a Class of 2016 graduate. This column is drawn from remarks he made at that May 14 Commencement ceremony.