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.
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.
Fish, Crocodiles, and Dinosaurs
Max Deckman '19 went to Montana to collect microfossils--but that wasn't all he found.
Giving High School Students a Voice
Through spoken word poetry, Kiante Miles '20 teaches high schoolers the power of storytelling.
Investigating Autism Spectrum Disorder
As a Data Science Fellow, Tasneem Issa ’18 was part of a team investigating autism spectrum disorder in the Somali community.
Moments of Macathon
Mac’s annual innovation contest challenges students to devise solutions to real-world problems.
Perspective on Pluto
Richard Binzel ’80 helped send a spacecraft to Pluto—and the discoveries amazed him.
International Investigative Journalist
Celia Heudebourg '18 shares the highlights of her student journalism career––from the Mac Weekly to the New York Times.
Food, Agriculture, and Female Farmers in Burkina Faso
Julia Morgan ’18, Millie Varley ’18, and geography professor Bill Moseley researched food security and diet diversity in Burkina Faso.
Faculty Focus: Alan Chapman, Geology
Rock of the Week and a trip to the Midcontinent Rift are just two ways Professor Alan Chapman's students investigate geology.
What Did You Learn Today?
Asked what they learned today, students were obviously excited by the day’s classroom gleanings.