Macalester’s Next Chapter
Dr. Suzanne Rivera will begin her term as Macalester' next president this summer.
Lecture Notes: The Art of Data Science
Statistics professor Brianna Heggeseth talks about her research on diversity in major US art museums.
Two alumni collaborate to support unarmed peacekeeping in some of the world's most volatile conflict zones.
Legends of the Night
These sleep experts share their best advice—as well as some of their own sleep practice.
“The Greatest Privilege of My Professional Life”
President Brian Rosenberg looks back on 17 years at Macalester.
How to Practice Medicine in Alaska
Heidi Baines '95 on the tools she carries with her in the frontier and beyond.
“I Like to Dream Big”
Researcher and artist Jaye Gardiner ’11 uses comics to smash stereotypes and engage new scientists.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced unprecedented, and often painful, decisions at Macalester this spring.
Hatching Sustainable Plans
Macalester's EcoHouse is home to four students committed to sustainability and four chickens.
When the spring sports season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, David Palmer '20 was just one athlete affected.
Shelf Conscious: Michael McGaghie
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
Remembering Jimm Crowder
Alumni and friends around the world mourn the loss of Jimm Crowder, Macalester's director of international admissions for 25 years.
Lecture Notes: News in a New Era
Media and cultural studies professor Michael Griffin on how news has changed in the twenty-first century—and what that means for media consumers today.
How Macalester Made Me the Republican I Am Today
RJ Laukitis ’02 parlayed debates on campus into bipartisan collaboration on Capitol Hill.