Advice to Seniors
We asked Macalester faculty and staff—including Laurie Hamre, Terry Gorman, and Cheryl Doucette—for their best tips.
Honors and Awards Lunch 2015
Spring Dance Concert 2015
Class of 2015
With many successes behind them, and new challenges before them, members of the Class of 2015 are ready to head out on their own.
The Lost Art
From Fielding to Delivering
Anna Munson ’15 is poised to join a different kind of team—a medical one, as a nurse-midwife.
Dale Warland Returns
Dale Warland—a world-famous choral conductor and composer—returned to the Music Department.
Sounds of Blackness Lounge Naming Ceremony
Some of the firmest friendships—ones with real staying power—are forged during the first year on campus.
Founders Day 2015
Founders Day Photo Booth
Black History Month 2015
Roommates to Housemates
Sometimes that random first-year draw becomes your best friend.
Redsektomy Takes First
John Stark ’16 acts, directs, organizes musicals, and just generally keeps the good times rolling at Macalester.
Spring 2015 Week 3
Live It! Fund project inspires conversations between Chilean elders and grandchildren.
Spring 2015 Week 2
Spring 2015 Week 1
Basketball in Brazil
Consent is Mac
Each January, Macalester sponsors a trip to Guatemala, where students spend two weeks on sustainable community development projects.
Soccer player Ian Luebbers ’17 is also an internationally ranked step dancer.
Fall 2014 Week 13
Dog Days Fall 2014
Winter: What's to Like?
Plenty of Macalester students revel in our frosty months.
Fall 2014 Week 12
Winter Ball 2014
Fall 2014 Week 11
Hitting the Road
Mac vans make fall break trips possible for students.
Football Takes Conference Title
Football Going to Conference Championship
The Macalester Football team is heading to Illinois to play for the Midwest Conference championship.
Fall 2014 Week 10
Soccer from Both Sides
Will Matsuda ’15 enjoys soccer from two perspectives, as both varsity athlete and photographer.
A Man for All Seasons
Life on the River
The Mississippi, flowing just a mile from campus, exerts a strong pull on student life at Macalester.
Rumor Has It
We dig deep to discover the truth behind Macalester’s most enduring myths, legends, and mysteries.
Brianne Farley ’06 is building an impressive career as a children’s book author and illustrator.
Second in Command
A city focus on racial equity persuaded Kristin Beckmann ’92 to become St. Paul’s deputy mayor.
Fall 2014 Week 9
By the Miles
A traditionally beautiful, leafy campus, Macalester College is also the portal to everything a metropolitan area of three million people has to offer.