The Class of 2012
In the fall of 2008, Macalester welcomed 504 students in the Class of 2012. Sixty-six percent of those students were in the top 10 percent of their graduating class (96 percent were in the top quarter). They represented 45 states - included among the top five states were California and New York.
The Philanthropy of Pastry
Veronica Descotte ’03 makes the world a better place for kids, one cake at a time.
Writing of Russia
An ability to imagine "what if" took R.D. Zimmerman ’75 from Russian class to Hollywood filmmaking.
Aukse Jurkute ’98 recently returned to the Economics Department to talk with students about her experience as head of CEEMEA (Central Eastern Europe Middle East & Africa) Equity Capital Markets for Merrill Lynch. Originally from Lithuania, Jurkute joined Merrill Lynch’s London office upon graduation, hired by Brad England ’76. She returned to Macalester at her own expense to help students prepare for successful futures after Mac.
How Emily Howland ’09 turned a Hispanic studies and English major into an international adventure trip job.
Athletic Career Night
At this event, alumni athletes living and working in the Twin Cities area came to speak with current students athletes about their careers and life after Macalester.
The Power of Mac Connections
David Suchy '12 found that the power of Macalester connections allowed him to launch his career.
Step Forward “Thank You” event – San Francisco
Macalester College's first regional Step Forward "Thank You" event was held in San Francisco on January 27, 2012. Donors and friends celebrated the successful conclusion of the historic campaign.
Mac Students Enriched by Exploreships
Sophomore Marta LeFevre-Levy recounts her experience job shadowing with a Mac alum Chris Jandro '04.
Behind the Scenes of ‘President Scrooge’
Behind-the-scenes photos from the shooting of the "President Scrooge: A Macalester Carol" video. In the video, President Brian Rosenberg took time to remember some valuable lessons with help from Karl Egge, David Lanegran '63, Laurie Hamre, Alana Horton '14, and "Emma."
Women in the Law
Photos from "Women in the Law: A Conversation with the Macalester Legal Community," November 2011
Long-run challenges for the U.S. Economy
Timothy Taylor, managing editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives, well-known economist, and award-winning teacher shared his thoughts about the "Long-run challenges for the U.S. Economy" at an alumni breakfast on October, 13, 2011. This is a recording of his talk.