Ten Years of MacReads
Emily P.G. Erickson ’08 created the book club for Twin Cities Mac alumni in 2011.
Work Wisdom: Lawrence Perelman ’98
Perelman shares lessons he's learned as founder of Semantix Creative Group.
“Between Two Maples”
In a new series, the Alumni Board's Diversity Working Group facilitates conversations between alumni from diverse backgrounds.
Mac men's basketball experienced success and fan support during this year's MIAC playoffs.
Shelf Conscious: Susanna Drake
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
Lecture Notes: Exploring Sensation and Perception
Professor Eric Wiertelak examines how our brains make sense of the world around us.
Building a More Inclusive Economy
By digitizing lending processes for nonprofit and community lenders, Nick Elders ’01 is empowering the nation’s small businesses.
A Long Journey to City Hall
In Lowell, Massachusetts, Sokhary Chau ’96 is the country’s first Cambodian American mayor.
Where We Lived
In a digital timeline, Andie Walker ’23 knits together a history of Mac’s student housing.
Professors Look Beyond the Lecture
Macalester faculty members find creative ways to help students learn even the most challenging concepts.
Mac to the Future
A longtime history professor asked a generation of students to imagine the rest of their lives.
Global Health Pro Goes Local
The COVID-19 crisis drove disaster responder Mark Jackson ’07 back to lead Ramsey County testing and vaccine efforts
Lessons from Changemakers
Dr. Crystal Marie Moten delivered the eighth annual El-Kati Distinguished Lectureship in American Studies.