At Macalester, professors don’t just teach—nearly all are also actively contributing to their fields through original research, scholarship, and other work, just like they would be at a larger research university.
St. Paul Storyteller
As an intern with the St. Paul Neighborhood Network, Mai Moua Thao ‘22 helped produce documentaries about the local community.
Cleaning Up Industry
Jose Perez '22 spent his summer interning with the Guatemalan Center of Cleaner Production.
We asked for your favorite neighborhood spots over the years–and you answered.
Lecture Notes: History, Power, and Silence
American Studies professor Duchess Harris examines race, class, and the Me Too movement.
The New Rules of Food
What's for dinner? Alumni in food and farming share wisdom to guide our decisions.
When the Science Is Personal
With a scientist's brain and a mother's determination, Lara Pullen '88 is uncovering a new treatment for a rare disease.
Finding His Rhythm
Composer Doug Little '91 discovers an affinity with traditional Cuban musical styles.
The Quality of Mercy
President Rosenberg speaks about the importance of mercy to the graduating class of 2019.
Macalester’s Live It fund lets student entrepreneurs define global citizenship for themselves.
Serving with the Red Crescent
For her summer internship, Karinna Gerhardt ‘20 is working with the Red Crescent on public health campaigns in Jordan.
Empowering Women in Palestine
Donia Kraishi '21 is spending the summer working on two projects for the United Nations.
Two Macalester Alumnae and One Student Receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships
Abbey Cipriano ’19, Gloria Odoemelam ’19, and Anisha RajBhandary ’21 were awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships.