In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Radical MacACCESS lifted up the voices of disabled campus community members.
Unfiltered: Spring 2021
Along with navigating college during a pandemic, these students are forging ahead with the “typical” sophomore year tasks of declaring majors and thinking about living off-campus with friends.
Unfiltered: Fall 2020
What’s it like to be in college during COVID-19? In “Unfiltered,” we ask several students from the Class of 2023 five simple questions—over and over, each semester until they graduate.
For international college students eager to study in the United States, COVID-19 is just the latest complication.
The Buddy System is a new, student-created initiative to create community in physical distancing.
Thriving in Place
The Macalester Athletics Department is exploring new ways of keeping student-athletes connected.
Macalester's pilot Little Free Pantry, a response to a request put forth by the Black Liberation Affairs Committee (BLAC), will be an open place for community members to take and leave non-perishable foods.
Collaborating for Change
Macalester's Black Lives Matter chapter (BLMatMac) formed at the end of the May, coordinating a donation drive in early June.
Senior Remarks: Melisa Peresian Letayian
Melisa Peresian Letayian was one of two speakers chosen for Macalester's Commencement in May.
A Message to our Davis United World College Scholars
Congratulations to the Davis UWC Scholars Class of 2020!
Unfiltered: Spring 2020
Each semester, we ask several students from the Class of 2023 five simple questions.
Hatching Sustainable Plans
Macalester's EcoHouse is home to four students committed to sustainability and four chickens.
When the spring sports season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, David Palmer '20 was just one athlete affected.
Facing fears about a warming planet, Macalester students are responding with education, organizing, and growing activism.
Read about SPACES, a creative outlet for Macalester students of color produced by students of color.