Professors Look Beyond the Lecture
Macalester faculty members find creative ways to help students learn even the most challenging concepts.
Features and Articles
The Missing Piece
Mandi Masden’s puzzle company fills a cultural gap in the jigsaw market.
Mac to the Future
A longtime history professor asked a generation of students to imagine the rest of their lives.
Where We Lived
In a digital timeline, Andie Walker ’23 knits together a history of Mac’s student housing.
The Power of Podcasting
How alumni and faculty are embracing the medium of audio storytelling.
A Long Journey to City Hall
In Lowell, Massachusetts, Sokhary Chau ’96 is the country’s first Cambodian American mayor.
Building a More Inclusive Economy
By digitizing lending processes for nonprofit and community lenders, Nick Elders ’01 is empowering the nation’s small businesses.
Lecture Notes: Exploring Sensation and Perception
Professor Eric Wiertelak examines how our brains make sense of the world around us.
Shelf Conscious: Susanna Drake
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors' offices? We're with you.
Mac men's basketball experienced success and fan support during this year's MIAC playoffs.
Books: Spring 2022
Books recently published by Macalester alumni, faculty, and staff.
“Between Two Maples”
In a new series, the Alumni Board's Diversity Working Group facilitates conversations between alumni from diverse backgrounds.
Work Wisdom: Lawrence Perelman ’98
Perelman shares lessons he's learned as founder of Semantix Creative Group.
Ten Years of MacReads
Emily P.G. Erickson ’08 created the book club for Twin Cities Mac alumni in 2011.
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