Making Mac Trans-Friendly
Every building on campus now includes at least one single stall or all-gender restroom
Professor Marlon James spoke at Macalester's opening convocation for the fall semester.
Sarah Jonathan '16 competed in the MIAC conference outdoor track and field championships.
Her Day in Court
Amy Hagstrom Miller '89 was the lead plaintiff in this generation's most critical abortion rights decision.
With three jobs and plenty more to accomplish in medicine and business, Collin Mothupi ’00 is an energetic idea generator.
Seven fledgling businesses spread their wings in a remarkable entrepreneurial incubator.
Supporting Immigrant Girls
Jasmine Nguyen ’17 developed a program to help immigrant and refugee parents support their daughters through the college process.
Demons, witches, devils. Evil incarnate features prominently in English literature of the 1500–1700s.
Alya Ansari ’19 helped build an award-winning new media installation for an all-night Twin Cities arts festival.
Human Rights Career
From his London desk, Ezequiel Jimenez '13 supports Amnesty International offices around the world.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Urinetown: The Musical
Performances are 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, November 4 - 5, Thursday – Saturday, Nov. 10 – 12, and 2 p.m. Sunday, November 6.
A Lineage of Chemistry Excellence
Students of professors Dennis Cao and Leah Witus are the academic descendants of a Nobel Laureate in chemistry.
Taking on a Devastating Virus
Kemal Kirchmeier learned to use a variety of tools to investigate the most common congenitally transmitted disease in the U.S.
Stem Cells and Congenital Heart Disease
Surprised by all the tools available at Macalester, Rosemary Cobb used stem cell research to investigate heart disease.