Class of 2016—What’s Next?
Macalester's Class of 2016 is off to make their mark in the world. Here's where some of them are headed.
The First-Year Course
For incoming students, the first-year course combines a traditional class with a special focus on adjusting to life at Mac.
No living conditions are too tough for visiting scholar Stephanie Farmer ’08 as she races to learn the dying tongues of the Amazon.
Tales of a Baby Dinosaur
Groundbreaking research on baby dinosaur bones tells us about the early life of giant sauropods who walked the earth 67 million years ago.
Global Citizenship Awards 2016
Three Macalester seniors honored for their commitment to international service.
The Thing That Changed My Mind
What kind of experience does it take to transform the way you think about the world?
Making Math Beautiful
Applied mathematician and professional sculptor George Hart helped Macalester see the beauty in mathematical thinking.
Networking in D.C.
Through MacConnect DC, Joe Klein spent his spring break networking and talking about careers with Macalester alumni in Washington, D.C.
From Intern to Employee
With the support of the Macalester network, Haroon Bokhari '16 landed an investment banking job at Wells Fargo.
Intimidated by Data? Mac Meets You Where You Are
Handling complex data is essential in almost every field. At Macalester you can successfully learn data science from any starting point.
Macalester students help preserve the memories of Rondo, a historically Black neighborhood in St. Paul.
O’n’E , a devised work by Nora Spellane '16, is based on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.
Ballplayer and Teacher
A Mac athlete loves being on the baseball field—and in front of the classroom.
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Ned Molter '15 puts his research and scientific writing skills to work at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Coderoni and Kingdom Roots Take First
The student teams Coderoni and Kingdom Roots took first place at Macalester's two 24-hour competitions on Feb. 19-20.
Excavating Community Knowledge
An educational studies professor empowers young people of color by making them researchers.