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.
Curing Chronic Pain
Students in Professor Devavani Chatterjea's lab research potential links between allergies and chronic pain.
The winter theater production is on stage this month at Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis.
Conservative Political Thought
As part of the Big Questions video series, Prof. Latham answers the question: what is the value in understanding a political view different from your own?
Exploring the Cosmos
In Professor John Cannon's lab, students spent the summer studying the origins of galaxies.
Breeding Better Corn
Working with a genomics lab at the University of Minnesota, Kay Lee studied the future of corn farming.
The Art of Analysis
Students in William Hart's "Mormons, Muslims, and American Identity" course learn to apply critical thinking skills to depictions of those religions in everything from high art to children's cartoons.
Improving Imaging Tech
Last summer at the FDA, Spencer Grant used his computer science background to improve MRI patient scans.
A First Research Experience
Last summer, Robert Anibogu dug into evolutionary biology research after only his first year on campus.
Intro to Your First Course
Take a peek inside the classrooms of Macalester’s distinctive first-year courses.
Engaging the Cities
Each summer, 12 Chuck Green Fellows partner with local organizations throughout the Twin Cities to study civic engagement and get involved.
Creating Lifelong Learners with the Support of Mellon Grants
Macalester students and professors engage with communities through photography, poetry, drawing, and film.
Zeena Yasmine Fuleihan ’18 Honored by Nick Adams Short Story Contest
A Macalester senior's short story took home the Honorable Mention in this competitive writing contest.