Lecture Notes: History, Power, and Silence
American Studies professor Duchess Harris examines race, class, and the Me Too movement.
Empowering Women in Palestine
Donia Kraishi '21 is spending the summer working on two projects for the United Nations.
A student writer profiles her classmate, who founded a hydroponic agriculture company in Zimbabwe.
Student Employment Insights
Four Mac students share how they earn financial aid while gaining real-world experience.
Global Citizenship Awards 2019
Macalester recognizes three members of the Class of 2019 for demonstrating the college's key values.
We Are Here: Learning in the Twin Cities
In more than 60 courses, holding class off campus adds new dimensions to what students learn.
Engaging the Cities
Each summer, 12 Chuck Green Fellows partner with local organizations throughout the Twin Cities to study civic engagement and get involved.
Beyond Blood and Skin
Macalester students lead many panels at the International Roundtable. This year, that includes one on what it means to be Native in 2018.
Out and About
A sampling of the many ways Mac students learned from and engaged with the Twin Cities community this semester.
From solar gardens to electric cars, Macalester alums are working on energy solutions for a more sustainable future.
Global Citizenship Awards 2018
Three graduating seniors are recognized for their commitments to service and civic engagement at home and abroad.
Youth Climate Trailblazers
Akilah Sanders-Reed ’16 and Margaret Breen ’20 are using the courts to address the proposed Line 3 pipeline.
Volunteering in Buenos Aires
Isabela Escalona and Emmet Hollingshead enriched their study abroad experience by volunteering.
Giving High School Students a Voice
Through spoken word poetry, Kiante Miles '20 teaches high schoolers the power of storytelling.
MacNest Interns Test Their Wings at Startups
It's a win-win when students and startups work together, sharing skills and experience as part of MacNest.
Food, Agriculture, and Female Farmers in Burkina Faso
Julia Morgan ’18, Millie Varley ’18, and geography professor Bill Moseley researched food security and diet diversity in Burkina Faso.
Beyond the Bubble
Through the Off-Campus Student Employment program, students can earn their work-study financial aid in community non-profits.
Working for Reproductive Justice
Rosemary Laine '19 combined her interests in history and public health as a Taylor Public Health Fellow at Pro-Choice Resources.