Taming the Wild Beasts of Fermentation
Students see firsthand how microorganisms shape one of the world's biggest industries, during a visit with Surly Brewery founder Omar Ansari '92 five miles from campus.
What We Can Learn From Ancient Cities
What creates a cosmopolis? In one first-year course, students delve into global cities—past and present.
At Macalester, students don't need to leave the city to conduct summer research about plant survival and expansion.
Unfiltered: Fall 2019
We asked five students from the Class of 2023 five simple questions—and we're going to ask them again (and again). Pictured here is Sivali Bhandary.
Lecture Notes: The Economics of Public Policy
Sarah West ’91 on how a nagging question about light rail changed her research.
Fighting for Justice with Faith
“When I visit congregations, I’m there to listen,” says Roberto Ochoa ’76.
Global Citizens, Global Security
For some alumni and students, “service to society” includes their home militaries.
Shelf Conscious: Liz Jansen
Ever wonder about all those books lining professors’ offices? We’re with you.
Women in Modern Megaministry
Kate Bowler's new book delves into the world of evangelical women celebrities.
Voices of Macalester
A celebration of the many Macalester voices engaging in conversations about Big Questions.
From wolves to Marvel heroes and villains, animator Wei-Chuan Hsu ’07 makes things move.
Professor Mark Mazullo's Musical Fictions course, cross-listed in music and English, involves reading and discussing novels with the aim of developing musical perspectives on them.
Discovering the Beauty of the Planet
By studying vertebrate microfossil bonebeds in Montana this past summer, Sun Tun '22 came face to face with prehistoric ecosystems and the great diversity of life.