Macalester Theatre and Dance Department presents its 2018 Spring Dance Concert, Perennial, April 27 and 28
All performances will take place in the Frey Theatre at St. Catherine University, 2004 Randolph Ave, St Paul, Minn. 55105.
The Meaning of a Meal
In anthropology professor Arjun Guneratne's Food and Culture course, there's a whole lot more to food than just what's on the plate.
Youth Climate Trailblazers
Akilah Sanders-Reed ’16 and Margaret Breen ’20 are using the courts to address the proposed Line 3 pipeline.
Volunteering in Buenos Aires
Isabela Escalona and Emmet Hollingshead enriched their study abroad experience by volunteering.
Making “Organic Metals”
Fernando Marquez's chemistry research seeks to replace toxic metals in electronics.
Singing in DC
The Macalester Choir spent their spring break in the Washington, DC area performing American choral music.
Seeking Treatment for a Progressive Lung Disease
Supported by the Academic Health Sciences Summer Research Program, Aidan Tirpack researched a progressive and fatal lung-scarring disease.
Acting out Ancestry
In Professor Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento's Acting II course, students hone their research, writing, and performance skills while acting out the immigration stories of their own relatives.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Dirk (and others still with us)
There are only two performances, Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24, both at 7:30 p.m. Performance is off campus at: Dreamland Arts LLC, 677 Hamline Ave. No., St. Paul, Minn.
Week 6 Spring 2018
A few highlights of some events that happened during the last couple of weeks before spring break.
The Poetry Promoter
Dylan Garity '12 shares how he turned an English major into a career in the arts with Button Poetry.
Every year students celebrate Founders Day with a friendly game of Pushball on Macalester’s Old Main Lawn.
At the Summit: Studying Away in the Alps
Makaya Kekoa Resner '19 shares her reflections about the first few weeks of studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland.
Macalester Professor Discovers Parasites Plagued Dinosaur-Dominated Ecosystems
Fossils collected from the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana provided a rare opportunity to track parasite infestation.