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.
Facing fears about a warming planet, Macalester students are responding with education, organizing, and growing activism.
Dan Keyser’s Curtain Call
Before he retires, Dan Keyser walks us through more than a century of Mac theater.
How Macalester alumni are finding meaningful work and service in the second half of their lives.
Read about SPACES, a creative outlet for Macalester students of color produced by students of color.
Shelf Conscious: Megan Vossler
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
Big Questions New York City: Should the Supreme Court Be the Most Important Issue in Any Presidential Election?
Grand Society Reception 2019
On December 5, Grand Society donors gathered with Theater and Dance Department faculty and students for a reception in the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Building's Reissner Lounge.
Mac-Attack takes first place in Macathon
Twenty teams competed during Macalester's annual overnight innovation and creativity content.
Six Months Later
After graduation in May, Macalester grads have been busy settling into new lives and careers. We caught up with six of them to learn about life after Mac.
Lecture Notes: The Economics of Public Policy
Sarah West ’91 on how a nagging question about light rail changed her research.