Lecture Notes: Exploring Sensation and Perception
Professor Eric Wiertelak examines how our brains make sense of the world around us.
Building a More Inclusive Economy
By digitizing lending processes for nonprofit and community lenders, Nick Elders ’01 is empowering the nation’s small businesses.
A Long Journey to City Hall
In Lowell, Massachusetts, Sokhary Chau ’96 is the country’s first Cambodian American mayor.
Where We Lived
In a digital timeline, Andie Walker ’23 knits together a history of Mac’s student housing.
Professors Look Beyond the Lecture
Macalester faculty members find creative ways to help students learn even the most challenging concepts.
Mac to the Future
A longtime history professor asked a generation of students to imagine the rest of their lives.
Global Health Pro Goes Local
The COVID-19 crisis drove disaster responder Mark Jackson ’07 back to lead Ramsey County testing and vaccine efforts
Lessons from Changemakers
Dr. Crystal Marie Moten delivered the eighth annual El-Kati Distinguished Lectureship in American Studies.
The Professor Who Changed My Life
Macalester alumni share stories of faculty members who transformed them
Finding Common Ground
The September 11 terror attacks brought US trial lawyer Tyler Robinson ’93 onto a new path in international dispute resolution.
Volunteer Spotlight: Momchil Jelev ’08
Jelev helps foster the busy Mac community of Singapore alumni.