MacConnect: Networking with Alumni
MacConnect trips help students network with alumni in Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.
Four Different Internships
Four Mac students talk about the fun and the value of gaining real-world experience through internships in the Twin Cities.
Future McKinsey consultant Sunakshi Wadhwa ’17 took every opportunity to meet and learn from Macalester alumni on her way to graduation.
Plenty of Mac romances turn into lifelong partnerships. We asked Mac couples from five decades to tell us how they fell in love at 1600 Grand.
History Through an African American Lens
While earning a PhD in history from Harvard, Tsione Wolde-Michael ’08 became a major contributor to the groundbreaking new African American museum in Washington, D.C.
Firat Taydas ’92 built his career from a “DNA-level” understanding of coffee and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Two alums have built a career displaying and helping preserve an iconic North American butterfly.
Award-Winning Public Radio Reporter
Native American journalist Brian Bull ’91 reports on stories others might miss.
Wall Street Journal Reporter
From his Manhattan desk, journalist Eliot Brown '06 draws on his Mac history and geography education.
Death Row Investigator
Alumna Ellen Brady ’15 uses what she learned at Macalester to help inmates facing the -death penalty.
From Macalester to Mosul
Aid-worker Rick Latham Lechowick ’04 has a newfound commitment to a beleaguered ethnic group in Northern Iraq.
Life in the State Department
From South Korea to Pakistan, Isabelle Chan ’06 works to make the world a safer, more equitable place.
After Mac: Class of 2016
Six months after the Class of 2016 graduated from Macalester, we asked a few of the new alumni what life looks like now.
Three members of the Class of 2013 come back to campus for a residency and concert.
Professor Marlon James spoke at Macalester's opening convocation for the fall semester.
Sarah Jonathan '16 competed in the MIAC conference outdoor track and field championships.
Her Day in Court
Amy Hagstrom Miller '89 was the lead plaintiff in this generation's most critical abortion rights decision.