Inclusive Initiatives: Equitable Access with OER
The DeWitt Wallace Library explores open educational resources to center inclusivity, affordability
Producing a History of Consumerism
An environmental studies course takes on the challenge of disentangling consumer solutions from consumerism's fundamental flaws.
The Science of Protest: Bridging Academia and Activism
A political science course seeks to connect academic research on the effectiveness of protest to the lived experience, efforts, and goals of protesters.
Falling in Love with Chemistry
Renowned organic chemist Richmond Sarpong '95 delivers distinguished chemistry lecture.
Shelf Conscious: Professor Christina Esposito
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
The Art of Costume Design
Theater and Dance Department professor Sarah Bahr offers students a real-world experience in the backstage drama of costume design.
Grounding the Poor Farm
A geography course on poor farms channels sociology, history, and other disciplines to shine a light on these localized precursors to modern-day welfare.
Professor’s new film debuts at Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival
Brutal Utopias, the new film from Dr. Morgan Adamson, chair of the Media and Cultural Studies department, focuses on the foundation of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Theater professor helps bring first-ever Hmong opera to life
Professor Mina Kinukawa, who is head of the Design and Technologies of Performance minor in the Theater and Dance Department, served as the production’s scenic designer.
Learning in the City
We talked with three professors whose spring classes include Twin Cities connections.
Local News Media Institutions
A class gives students a more nuanced understanding of the media landscape, drawing on the abundance of local news organizations and community media in the Twin Cities.
Innovation Scholars program challenges students to tackle real-world problems, traverse traditional disciplinary boundaries, and create real-world solutions
Policymaking with Minnesota Capitol Pathways
This spring, several Macalester students are learning about government and building connections around the state capitol through the Minnesota Capitol Pathways program.
New project offers virtual tour of 19th century New Orleans home
Professor Walter Greason explains why the Gallier House in New Orleans’ French Quarter was such an ideal location and what the project signals for the future of public history scholarship.
Lecture Notes: Happiness in the Nineteenth Century
Professor Juliette Rogers of French and Francophone studies created a course about French nineteenth-century thinkers, writers, and artists and their pursuit of happiness.
And: Team-Taught Courses Amplify Learning for Students and Professors
Team-taught courses bring together Mac experts across disciplines to explore the terrain—and sometimes, the tensions—of complex topics.
Live It Fund’s winter participants share their once-in-a-lifetime experiences
From Vietnam to Guatemala to Kenya, Mac's Live It Fund participants identified issues and opportunities, proposed innovative solutions, and lived out global citizenship over J-Term.