The Sticky Rice Project
Lilian Vo '18 bridged generations in Seattle's Vietnamese community through cooking classes.
What Did You Learn Today?
Asked what they learned today, students were obviously excited by the day’s classroom gleanings.
MAA Honored Macalester Math Professor
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) will honor Professor David Bressoud for meritorious service and exemplary writing.
Live It: Women Farmers in India
For her Live It Fund project, Preeta Raghunathan ’19 combined her passions for agriculture and entrepreneurship.
Making the Most of Your Money
Alumni experts offer advice on managing your money and planning for the future—whether you just graduated or are ready to retire.
Teaching TurtleBot to Travel
Kayla Beckham '19 helped a TurtleBot robot learn to navigate and travel on its own.
Macalester names Timothy J. Dunn Title IX and Bias Harassment Coordinator
Dunn will be a key member of the President's team, and play a vital role to lead efforts across all divisions of the college to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements as it relates to Title IX and bias-related harassment laws and regulations.
Relationships in Wikipedia
Talha Ahsan ’18 worked with a team of researchers to map related articles on Wikipedia.
In the college's overnight innovation contest, 20 teams devised creative solutions to complex problems.
Macalester Theatre and Dance Department presents Fall Dance Concert Nov. 17 and 18
For ticket information, call 651-696-6359 or go to macalester.edu/boxoffice.
How Brains Learn Shapes
Ilse Dippenaar ’18 conducted research at a neuroscience research center at the University of Minnesota–and in local coffee shops.