A Travel Blogger on Tour
A student puts his passion for experiential education into action around Vietnam.
By making a cultural atlas, students explore the untold stories of our twin city.
Effective immediately, Macalester won’t require applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores to be considered for admission.
A Space to GLOW
For two alumnae, separate graduate school projects grew into a show exploring queer youth identities.
The Fight to Elect More Women
A century after women got the right to vote, Kristin Hayden ’92 wants to make parity in politics a reality.
This year’s Alumni Award recipients made a mark on their communities and their classmates.
“It Is Purely a Fiction of Adulthood That We Don’t See Color”
Keon West '06 on why children need to know about racism.
“The Time to Act is Now”
Professor Duchess Harris on how historic events shape contemporary race relations.
When Grading Goes High-Tech
Drop the red pen: A math professor builds a digital platform that saves educators time.
Thriving in Place
The Macalester Athletics Department is exploring new ways of keeping student-athletes connected.
Flexible Approach to Fall
Macalester adjusted its approach to the fall semester in light of statewide and national spikes in infection.
Macalester's pilot Little Free Pantry, a response to a request put forth by the Black Liberation Affairs Committee (BLAC), will be an open place for community members to take and leave non-perishable foods.
Collaborating for Change
Macalester's Black Lives Matter chapter (BLMatMac) formed at the end of the May, coordinating a donation drive in early June.
Raymond Rogers, DeWitt Wallace Professor and Geology Department chair, helped make one of the most significant fossil discoveries in the early evolution of mammals.
Shelf Conscious: Tina Kruse
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
When It Counts
President Suzanne Rivera reflects on the challenges of her first summer at Macalester, and the energy with which the community has met those challenges.