Taking it Slow: Archaeology in Omrit
Discovering and preserving the past isn’t easy, but the rewards are great for Macalester students.
On the front lines of hope
Macalester's lab experience provided fundamental training for Julissa Molina-Vega '19 as she researched breast cancer at the University of Minnesota.
New Horizons in the Himalayas
While studying away in Nepal, Sam Ryckaert ’20 learned that his host family can offer valuable and important cultural lessons.
Macalester is a top Peace Corps producer
For a third year in a row Macalester makes the list with 12 alumni serving around the world
Macalester Named Top Fulbright Producer
For the third consecutive year in a row, Macalester was named a top Fulbright producer.
Why Polio Still Exists
Ikran Sheikh-Musal ‘20 is working to eradicate the disease in a handful of countries through her Mellon Mays grant.
Macalester College President Brian C. Rosenberg Named Fall 2020 President-in-Residence at Harvard Graduate School of Education
A visual storytelling class challenges drawing students to pair drawings with their own original narratives.
Lecture Notes: News in a New Era
Media and cultural studies professor Michael Griffin on how news has changed in the twenty-first century—and what that means for media consumers today.
How Macalester Made Me the Republican I Am Today
RJ Laukitis ’02 parlayed debates on campus into bipartisan collaboration on Capitol Hill.
Facing fears about a warming planet, Macalester students are responding with education, organizing, and growing activism.
Dan Keyser’s Curtain Call
Before he retires, Dan Keyser walks us through more than a century of Mac theater.
How Macalester alumni are finding meaningful work and service in the second half of their lives.