Networking in the nation’s capitol
Students met with alumni and organizations in Washington,D.C. during the January MacConnect program
Does who we elect really matter?
As part of the Big Questions video series, Professor Julie Dolan and Paru Shah answer the question: does who we elect really matter?
Writing stories in a political world
As part of the Big Questions video series, Professor Marlon James answers the question: Is it possible to write a story without being political?
Four Macalester Faculty Members Receive Tenure
Morgan Adamson, Media and Cultural Studies, Peter Bognanni, English, David Shuman, Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, and Mario Solis-Garcia, Economics have received tenure.
Seven Macalester students awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to Study Abroad
The seven are part of the 844 American undergraduate students from 335 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive this award to study abroad spring 2019.
The 38th Annual G. Theodore Mitau Endowed Lecture with Professor Cathy J. Cohen
The lecture will be at 4:45 p.m., Tuesday, February 12, in the John B. Davis Lecture Hall, Ruth Stryker Dayton Campus Center.
Mac Across the Country
Every year, the MacConnect program flies select students to meet with alumni in a variety of fields all over the country.
Intro to Your First Course – Part 2
Read part two of our series highlighting Mac's first-year seminar courses.
Proving Quantum Theory
Connor Thompson spent his summer studying the peculiar effects of quantum mechanics.
The Future of Mining
Working with Professor Roopali Phadke, Ari Jahiel delved into green energy's paradox—and how a new field of mining might help.
In Search of a Better Catalyst
Over several years of research at Mac, Erika Aguiluz Ramirez made real contributions to medicinal chemistry, and published her first article in a scientific journal.
Students in Professor Mary Montgomery's lab delve into the hidden secrets of embryonic development.
Learning on the Job
Mac students take advantage of the hundreds of internship opportunities in the Twin Cities to gain real-world skills and experience.
Learning at startup Beta
Ethan Moskal interned for semester at a startup in Minneapolis, a short bus ride from campus.
Learning at the Federal Reserve Bank
Jensen Vu put both his majors, economics and philosophy, to work during his internship at the Federal Reserve Bank, about 10 miles from campus.
Learning at the Minnesota Department of Health
Rebecca Krasky puts both her majors, environmental studies and geography, to work during her semester-long internship.
Learning at the Science Museum of Minnesota
Abby Thomsen spent at semester interning at the Science Museum of Minnesota.