Writing Advice from Marlon James
Man Booker prize winner and professor Marlon James asks young writers, "Couldn’t you have just said, 'said?'"
This Mac grad used her Watson fellowship to explore community radio across the globe.
Working with cops and the community, police liaison Isela Xitlali Gómez ’13 wants every voice to be heard.
Mac Alumni Named RISE Fellows
Three Macalester alumni were awarded RISE fellowships to help make social justice projects a reality.
The Class of 2015: After Mac
We checked in with a few members of the Class of 2015 to see what their first year out of college looks like.
An information session with Macalester alumni inspired Jyothi Dhanwada ’15 to pursue a career in healthcare consulting; today she works with Optum Consulting at UnitedHealth Group.
For a photography class, Alexandra Greenler ‘15 re-created pictures of Macalester female students of yesteryear.
An affinity for hands-on, project-based learning took Max Cady '10 to the rainforest outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Working Wall Street
An Investment Banking course connected Kunal Chauhan ’15 to a Mac alum, whose mentorship helped him land a job on Wall Street.
Through the Doorway of Africa
Cara Haberman ’06 and Jed Fix ’05 take on new roles when their international jobs lead to an adventure in reality TV.
Our Man in Zambia
Eric Schultz ’82, America’s new ambassador to Zambia, has been winning hearts and minds through nearly three decades of foreign service.
Your Tough Questions Answered
Macalester’s campus experts weigh in on some of today’s greatest challenges.
Clementina Sánchez '14 and four other Mac students and alumni reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro together.
Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the graduation of Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate. The late Dr. Lealtad earned a double major degree in chemistry and history in 1915 with highest honors.