Work Wisdom: Eva Reid ’96
Eva Reid ’96 is a senior IT data manager and agency data officer for DC Health, the District of Columbia’s health department.
Animal Behavior: Fundamentals and Applications
With opportunities to observe animals like wolves and mountain lions in their natural habitats, Dr. Chakrabarti offers his students a portal into the magical world of studying animal behavior.
Voices of Social Justice
Three current and recent leaders of Macalester’s Lealtad-Suzuki Center for Social Justice reflect on twenty years of progress, passion, and perseverance.
Working for a Cleaner, Greener Denmark
Nina Porst ’08 has worked on some of her home country’s toughest environmental challenges.
Capturing the Color of the Forest and the Shape of the Mountains
Professor Mina Kinukawa served as scenic designer for The Song Poet, the first Hmong story ever adapted for the operatic stage.
Building Community and Connectedness in the Classroom
A program led by faculty and staff members strengthens the classroom community with intentional reflection and conversation.
Shelf Conscious: Professor Michelle Tong
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
Our Campus Home: A Place of Belonging, A Window to the World
President Rivera reflects on Macalester's comprehensive campus plan.
How to Think Like a Filmmaker
With dozens of award-winning, conversation-starting documentaries among them, Macalester alumni and faculty have made waves in filmmaking. Here, they share the mindsets that have led to their success.
Twelve Things We Learned from This Year’s Honors Projects
The Class of 2023’s honors projects span the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics.
Humanities Behind the Headlines
Faculty show how the enduring principles of the humanities can help us unpack some of today’s most urgent questions.
Designer and entrepreneur Diarra Bousso ’11 combines degrees in mathematics with her love of fashion, and her culture.
Work Wisdom: Chelsey Smith ’06
Smith is a senior product manager at Salesforce, with past roles as an architect and small-business owner.
Volunteer Spotlight: Pamela Mazza ’92
New York Regional Chapter Chair Mazza organizes the New York Mac in Your City and other events.
Doing Right by Birds
Dr. Benjamin Freeman ’06 studies how birds are adapting to climate change—and how species have disappeared within his own lifetime.
The first Black president of the Minnesota Senate, Bobby Joe Champion ’87, wants people of color to see themselves in politics.
Competing to Win Everywhere All at Once
Under Director of Athletics Donnie Brooks’s thoughtful leadership, student-athletes are competing to win in all areas of their lives.