Inspired by Research
As an HHMI Young Researcher, Melissa Kingue '20 learned her way around two labs--developmental biology and immunology.
Faculty Focus: Alan Chapman, Geology
Rock of the Week or a trip to the Midcontinent Rift are just two ways Professor Alan Chapman's students investigate geology.
The Sticky Rice Project
Lilian Vo '18 bridged generations in Seattle's Vietnamese community through cooking classes.
Teaching TurtleBot to Travel
Kayla Beckham '19 helped a TurtleBot robot learn to navigate and travel on its own.
A Global Feast
Macalester welcomes new United World College students at it's annual dinner celebration.
During the first half of fall semester, students busily penned their thoughts on whiteboards in the library.
Expanding on Einstein
In theoretical physics, Theo Jacobson found that he could work anywhere and breakthroughs came day and night.
Surprises in Synthetic Chemistry
Synthetic chemistry has a way of yielding unanticipated outcomes, and that's the way Scott Pedersen likes it.
Are there sex-influenced factors in alcohol and nicotine addiction? Soniya Coutinho ’19 endeavored to find out.
Diala Abboud learned about volcanoes by analyzing xenoliths, rocks inside other rocks.
Idea Lab Offers New Ways to Learn and Create
The second floor library now features innovative technology, new furniture, and a variety of options for learning and creating.
Language of Diplomacy
A Mac class on international diplomacy extended into a two-week program in Europe.
MCSG President Reflects
"I can't yet imagine being away from this place next year," says student government president Merrit Stüven '17.
Equal Pay Day
Provost Karine Moe, a labor economist, talks about the gap between women’s and men’s earnings.