Enjoying winter at Mac
Macalester is located in the land of ten thousands lakes and even more snowflakes.
Day in the Life of James
Join student James Cannon '20 as he takes us through one of his days as a student at Macalester.
Curing Chronic Pain
Students in Professor Devavani Chatterjea's lab research potential links between allergies and chronic pain.
Donnie Brooks Named Macalester Director of Athletics
Donald “Donnie” Brooks will be the next Director of Athletics at Macalester College. Brooks comes to Macalester after serving as the Director of Athletics and Recreation at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss.
The winter theater production is on stage this month at Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis.
Two Macalester professors receive Fulbright Awards for spring 2019 semester
Ruthann Godollei and French and Francophone Studies Professor Juliette Rogers have both received Fulbright Awards for the spring 2019 semester.
What can we learn from fossils?
As part of the Big Questions video series, professor Kristi Curry Rogers asks: what is our role as humans in extinction and shaping the future of our planet?
Two seniors receive scholarships from the Harold S. Geneen Charitable Trust
Jacob Trout, from Columbia, Mo., and Brian Yu, from St. Louis Park, Minn., have received $30,000 scholarships.
The Macalester Theater and Dance Dept. presents Distracted
December 7-9 and 13-15. Sunday, December 9, at 2pm; and all other shows begin at 7:30pm. at Mixed Blood Theatre.
Conservative Political Thought
As part of the Big Questions video series, Prof. Latham answers the question: what is the value in understanding a political view different from your own?
Exploring the Cosmos
In Professor John Cannon's lab, students spent the summer studying the origins of galaxies.
Breeding Better Corn
Working with a genomics lab at the University of Minnesota, Kay Lee studied the future of corn farming.
The Art of Analysis
Students in William Hart's "Mormons, Muslims, and American Identity" course learn to apply critical thinking skills to depictions of those religions in everything from high art to children's cartoons.