May, 2012

April, 2012

Student Standouts at Econ Conference

Wanyi Li ’12 and Qianyi Yang ’12 present their honors theses research at Georgetown University’s prestigious Carroll Round economics conference.

Drawing Goats on Campus

Assistant Professor Megan Vossler brought in unusual subjects for her ART 370 class.

What A Stranger May Know

"What A Stranger May Know" is a play commemorating the Virginia Tech shootings and was performed by Theatre and Dance majors and Twin Cities community participants.

Captive Audiences/Captive Performers

Professor Emeritus Sears Eldredge returned to Macalester to discuss his research on the theatre productions of prisoners of war in South East Asia during World War II.

Mentoring Magic

Aukse Jurkute ’98 recently returned to the Economics Department to talk with students about her experience as head of Central Eastern Europe Middle East & Africa Equity Capital Markets for Merrill Lynch.

Supergroup Workshop

"Performance Studies Praxis: Body and Performance Art," co-taught by Professors Joanna Inglot and Lara Nielsen, recently had a workshop with professional performance artists, Supergroup.

College Novelist

Scholastic Press to publish novel of longtime writer Anna Waggener ’12 in June.

The Diamond and the Stage

Roberto Capriotti ’13 (Pittsburgh) is both a pitcher and a budding actor. At Macalester, he can follow both passions.

Poetry Reading: Patricia Smith and Quincy Troupe

Renowned poets Quincy Troupe and Patricia Smith performed on campus.

Spring Student Art Show

A showing of student artwork from this semester in the Art Gallery.

Community and Global Health Spring Poster Session

Start-up CEOs

Mac students are enthusiastic about a revived class in entrepreneurship.

Of TB and Tropical Disease

Three students investigate tuberculosis and neglected tropical diseases with Professor Christy Hanson, dean of Mac's Institute of Global Citizenship and former USAID infectious disease chief.

Once in a Decade...

Natalie Pavlatos '12 had an internship at the Minnesota State Capitol and got to see first-hand how the legislative districts got redrawn to reflect changes in the US Census.

Playing Doubles

Mike Coleman '11 found his double major in Physics and Computer Science opened the door at Thomson Reuters.

Global Citizen Award Finalist Presentations

Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center Spring 2012

Photos from Janet Wallace Renovation Project. The building will open in Fall 2012.

Needham Hurst wins Global Citizenship Award

March, 2012

February, 2012

January, 2012

December, 2011

November, 2011