The Quality of Mercy
President Rosenberg speaks about the importance of mercy to the graduating class of 2019.
Kofi Annan’s Legacy
Learn how the legacy of Kofi Annan '61 has touched the lives of Macalester alumni.
From Ebola Discoveries to Positive Coaching
At this year's Reunion, nine alumni were recognized for their outstanding work and commitment to Macalester's values. Pictured here is Lowell Gess ’42, who founded a clinic in Sierra Leone that became an Ebola research and treatment hub.
After 11 Mac friends dispersed around the world during junior year, they wanted to honor their friendships with a special reunion—and January was their chance.
Shelf Conscious: Nadya Nedelsky
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
Next year, Aguiar will pursue a master’s of public policy and administration at Syracuse University.
Sustainability Update: Spring 2019
With 2020 just around the corner, Macalester is fast approaching the deadlines for some of its sustainability commitments: zero waste by 2020, 30 percent real food by 2020, and carbon neutral by 2025.
Huddle up with Donnie Brooks
Macalester’s new director of athletics, Donald (Donnie) Brooks, arrived on campus in January.
Mac’s new theater and dance building gives students the space to take their ideas from imagination to creation.
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.
Big Questions Boston: Have Algorithms Made the World Better or Worse?
Algorithms shape our lives. They affect how we communicate, whom we date, and how we learn about the world.
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.