Chuck Green fellows put their ideas into action at community-based organizations across the Twin Cities.
Research Review: Dinosaur eggshells
Two students look at fragments of eggshells to understand life some 75 million years ago.
Research Review: Dear River,
Three students ask the community, "What are your hopes for the Mississippi River?"
Research Review: Arachnids aren’t always spiders
Four students examine the genome of one of nature's smallest arachnids.
Macalester’s digital liberal arts initiatives are changing how faculty, staff, and students collaborate, share knowledge, and solve problems.
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
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.
Being Latinx in the U.S.
This introductory course teaches students about the complex issues of being Latinx in America.
Studying Health in a Pandemic
A medical anthropology course grapples with propositions such as “Racism is bad for our health” and “Stigma is deadlier than Ebola.”
Three students receive Global Citizenship Award
Presented annually to graduating seniors who demonstrate a commitment to the ideals and practice of high academic performance, internationalism, multiculturalism, and civic engagement.
We asked a few seniors how they approached their capstone projects—and what they learned.
From Craigslist to Census: Telling Stories with Data
A hands-on course teaches students that data alone can tell a powerful story.
Comparing Japanese-to-English Translations of Sailor Moon Over Time
Linguistics Professor Morgan Sleeper studies the popular manga Sailor Moon.