Macalester Names Julie Hurbanis AVP for Marketing and Communications
She comes to Macalester with 20 years of public relations and integrated marketing leadership experience, working with corporate and nonprofit clients.
Comprehending Cuba Through Castro
Jennifer Arnold ’19 combines her majors in history and computer science to study Fidel Castro’s speeches.
Language of Diplomacy
A Mac class on international diplomacy extended into a two-week program in Europe.
Two Macalester alumni receive Princeton in Asia Fellowships for 2017-2018
Stephanie Martinez-Fernandez '17 and Jake Speirs '16 have received the fellowships.
Macalester Theatre and Dance Department presents “Venus in Fur”
Performances are Friday, September 8 and Saturday, September 9 at 7:30 pm in the Black Box Theatre, in the basement of the Theatre Building.
Four highly motivated astronomy classmates were awarded REU fellowships as first-year students.
A Day in the Life of Arnold
A day in the life of student, dancer, friend, and building manager Arnold Sanginga ’19.
Chuck Green Fellows in the Community
Chuck Green Fellows work with community partners in addressing real-world problems.
Gloria Perez ’88, president/CEO of Jeremiah Program, is First Thursday – Opening Convocation speaker
First Thursday - Opening Convocation is 11:30 a.m., Thursday, September 7, 2017, in the Leonard Center’s Alumni Gymnasium.
Building a Career
The unconventional career path of Tinbete Ermyas ’08 brought him to magazine editing in Addis Ababa by way of NPR.
Hennepin County Chief Public Defender Mary Moriarty '86 is working to eliminate racial bias in the judicial system.
The Mac List of Life-Changing Books
From War and Peace to Watership Down, Macalester faculty and literary alums discuss books that showed them the world in a whole new way.
Things I’m Seeing Without You
An excerpt from the highly anticipated new novel by English professor Peter Bognanni ’01
Liberal Education is Vocational
A new book by Randall Stross ’76 argues why a liberal arts degree is practical as well as desirable.
As Wired magazine’s transportation editor, Alex Davies ’10 moves seamlessly from analyzing New York City’s subway problems to test-driving Teslas.