Shaping a Better Macalester: EEO at 50 Years
Alumni and staff reflect on the successes, challenges, and impact of Expanded Educational Opportunities, Macalester’s first college access program.
Reynaldo Rodriguez ’85 applies his business acumen to expanding the reach of renewable energy.
Lecture Notes: Imagining the American West
History professor Katrina Phillips discusses her research on so-called "Indian pageants."
Breaking out of Boxes
Rachel Gold’s young adult fiction includes the first novel with a transgender main character.
It’s About Time
Fred Swaniker '99 and Marlon James have long inspired the Mac community. Now they're part of TIME's "Most Influential People" list.
Stephen Fedo ’72 juggles multiple roles: actor, director, playwright, and general counsel.
Changing Company Culture
Caroline Karanja ’12 is helping organizations talk about equity—and take action.
Six Months After Launch
Six months after the Class of 2018 graduated from Macalester, we asked a few of the new alumni what life looks like now.
Through published commentaries, Mac faculty members speak up about complex issues.
Meet the New Tenure-track Faculty
This year, nine new tenure-track professors are in Mac classrooms.
Entrepreneur Mollie Windmiller ’03 is driven by a passion for design and connection.
Lecture Notes: The Age of Migration
From Kentucky to Mongolia, geography professor Holly Barcus studies how people migrate.
Kofi Annan’s Extraordinary Legacy
Macalester mourns the loss of Kofi Annan ’61, “the ultimate embodiment of Macalester’s mission.”
The Power of Storytelling
Three Mac friends team up to produce This Land Is, a children’s book designed to build empathy.