Maps for Good
Ross Donihue ’11 builds on cartography skills learned at Macalester to promote conservation of critical landscapes.
This summer Kendra Komoto ’15 was part of a research effort that changed how we understand the Zika virus.
Resurrection in the Heart of New Orleans
Historic St. Paul's Church in New Orleans was in danger of fading away, but Andrew Greenhaw '06 thought the church still had a lot to give.
Seven fledgling businesses spread their wings in a remarkable entrepreneurial incubator.
Class Agent Impact
Annual Fund Class Agents met in August to discuss the growing program's future.
The Next Sound You Hear
Duluth musician Gaelynn Lea Tressler ’06 wins NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest–and the start of a national reputation.
Market-Savvy Foreign Aid
Mihir Desai ’90 leads a thriving international development consultancy.
Creating Screen Magic
Hollywood insider Ken LaZebnik ’76 leads a screenwriting program designed to bring more women into the field.
Choosing a Bigger Life
Pinpointing that moment when everything changed.
Reunion 2016, Saturday, June 4
Thanks for joining us at Reunion 2016!
Reunion 2016, Friday, June 3
Thanks for joining us at Reunion 2016!
Reunion 2016 - Golden Scots
Fifty years or more since they graduated.
Annual Fund Highlights
Thanks to Mac alumni, families, and friends, the college's Annual Fund wrapped up a record-setting fiscal year.
2016 James Wallace Society Dinner
Danai Gurira ’01 Commencement Address
Macalester alumna Danai Gurira ’01 spoke to the Class of 2016 at its commencement ceremony.
At The Movies
Michael Lee ’85 is helping us understand Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases.
What Can We Feel Good About?
Here are eight ways that things are getting better.
The remarkable odyssey of playwright and actor Danai Gurira ’01.
Three clergy members break down religious barriers through friendship, humor, and hope.
How cancer and a single greeting card helped Emily McDowell ’98 start a thriving gift company.
The Thing That Changed My Mind
What kind of experience does it take to transform the way you think about the world?
Physics professor Sung Kyu Kim inspired students for more than 50 years.
Circling the Globe with Soccer
After Macalester, Georgia Cloepfil ’14 landed spots on professional soccer teams in Australia and Sweden.
Peace Corps Producer
For the third year in a row, Macalester is a top sender of Peace Corps volunteers.
Writing Advice from Marlon James
Man Booker prize winner and professor Marlon James asks young writers, "Couldn’t you have just said, 'said?'"
Mac's Newest Trustees
Paula Maccabee ’77 has made a big difference as a Minnesota public interest attorney.
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.
Development economist Mushfiq Mobarak ’97 works around the world to curb hunger.
Geology professor Ray Rogers has trained a nationwide network of colleagues.
Hello, My Name Is...
On the endlessly fraught decision of choosing a surname.
Banishing Night Terrors
Student entrepreneur Tyler Skluzacek ’16 finds success with an app inspired by his war vet father.
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.
The Vibes from Vienna
Q & A with Alice Gerard
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.
The Art of Boredom
Off to Brazil
Colin Jarvis '13 prepares for his Fulbright year in Brazil.
Leading the Loft
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.
A Choral Journey
Ha Song Pham ’15 discovered an affinity for data and learned how to make them reveal their truths.
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.