Six Months Later: Class of 2020
From delayed Fulbrights to “quarantine pods,” the first six months out of college looked vastly different for this year’s Macalester grads. We caught up with five of them to learn about life after Mac.
Shelf Conscious: Mario Solis-Garcia
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
Ever the Same
President Suzanne Rivera on the parts of the Macalester experience that remain unchanged, despite changes brought by the pandemic.
For international college students eager to study in the United States, COVID-19 is just the latest complication.
Map to the Future
The successful Macalester Moment campaign shaped the student experience, today and for generations to come.
Meet President Rivera
With optimism, energy, and a bioethicist’s lens, Macalester’s 17th president is leading the college through historic challenges.
Confronting History, Panel by Panel
In writing about Emmett Till’s murder, Karlos K. Hill’s graphic novel brings Till to life.
With his third startup, Dale Johnson ’69 is salvaging precious metals from outdated technology.
Macalester athletic teams are finding ways to foster community amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
This summer, City Pages named Macalester’s Law Warschaw Gallery 2020’s best local gallery.
The Buddy System is a new, student-created initiative to create community in physical distancing.
Reimagining the Classroom
For Mac faculty and staff, it was a summer of intense reflection and preparation for various fall scenarios.
Effective immediately, Macalester won’t require applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores to be considered for admission.
A Space to GLOW
For two alumnae, separate graduate school projects grew into a show exploring queer youth identities.
The Fight to Elect More Women
A century after women got the right to vote, Kristin Hayden ’92 wants to make parity in politics a reality.