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.
Fighting for Justice with Faith
“When I visit congregations, I’m there to listen,” says Roberto Ochoa ’76.
Global Citizens, Global Security
For some alumni and students, “service to society” includes their home militaries.
Women in Modern Megaministry
Kate Bowler's new book delves into the world of evangelical women celebrities.
Big Questions Washington D.C.: Is Democracy Worth Saving?
Are we just unwilling—or truly unable—to engage in the hard work of making change, and how does this differ at the local and national levels?
Voices of Macalester
A celebration of the many Macalester voices engaging in conversations about Big Questions.
From wolves to Marvel heroes and villains, animator Wei-Chuan Hsu ’07 makes things move.
We asked for your favorite neighborhood spots over the years–and you answered.
Lecture Notes: History, Power, and Silence
American Studies professor Duchess Harris examines race, class, and the Me Too movement.
The New Rules of Food
What's for dinner? Alumni in food and farming share wisdom to guide our decisions.
When the Science Is Personal
With a scientist's brain and a mother's determination, Lara Pullen '88 is uncovering a new treatment for a rare disease.
Finding His Rhythm
Composer Doug Little '91 discovers an affinity with traditional Cuban musical styles.
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.