Volunteer Spotlight: Burke Strickland
Burke Strickland '69 supports engagement as Mac's Houston regional chapter lead.
Bridging the Gap
The aim of this “radical centrist” is to get people talking—and listening—to one another.
Kai Akimoto '22 applied lessons from his Macalester football experience to digitizing Guam's COVID-19 testing process.
Lecture Notes: Inclusive Technology
Professor Lauren Milne works to make digital interfaces more accessible for people with disabilities.
Pathways for Change
We asked this year’s Alumni Award recipients about the places, people, and experiences that shape their focus.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Radical MacACCESS lifted up the voices of disabled campus community members.
At the Heart of All We Do
President Rivera writes about the academic excellence that defines Macalester.
Mac Entrepreneur: Jaime Hasama ’18
Hasama is founder and CEO of SoCal Sunny Creative in Los Angeles.
Macalester’s digital liberal arts initiatives are changing how faculty, staff, and students collaborate, share knowledge, and solve problems.
9 Reasons to Love Macalester Athletics Right Now
Cheer on the Scots with longtime M Club president Steve Cox ’76.
Lessons From: A Best-Practices Innovator
Gülüm Özüstün Williams ’92 shares what she’s learned about embracing opportunity and continuous growth.
Shelf Conscious: Kelly MacGregor
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
Out of History’s Margins
Kyera Singleton ’11 is changing how one museum depicts slavery and the fight for freedom.
The State of Clay
In the course Wild Clay, students worked on group installation and performance projects as well as creating their own individual performative sculptures
New Minn. Art Exhibition Includes Work By Four Macalester Professors
When the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s new exhibition Many Waters: A Minnesota Biennial opens on July 24, it will include work produced by Macalester professors Ruthann Godollei, Megan Vossler, Tia-Simone Gardner, and John Kim.
Mac student wins first-ever award for aspiring paleontologists of color
Sun Tun '22 is the first student in the nation to receive the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology’s (SVP) inaugural Futures Award and the $5,000 summer research stipend and professional mentorship that come with it.
Finding the Rhythm
By developing their listening skills, students learn to understand and appreciate classical music.
Students create first-ever online guide for Twin Cities’ Russian-speaking community
Students in Prof. Julia Chadaga's Advanced Russian class produced the map to connect the Twin Cities Russian-speaking community.