Claudia Rankine to speak at First Thursday
First Thursday is 11:30 a.m., September 6, 2018, in the Leonard Center’s Alumni Gymnasium.
Macalester student awarded Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to Study Abroad
Marie Crane ’20, from Tunis, Tunisia, is one of 835 American undergraduate students from 310 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the scholarship to study or intern abroad during the fall of 2018 or the 2018-2019 academic year.
Creating Lifelong Learners with the Support of Mellon Grants
Macalester students and professors engage with communities through photography, poetry, drawing, and film.
Wild at Heart
Each year, Macalester's student-run Outing Club sends undergrads on adventures throughout the country, from kayaking on the Mississippi to dogsledding in the Boundary Waters.
Alum Leads Men’s Hoops
Now the youngest head coach in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC), Abe Woldeslassie ’08 will hit the recruiting trail this summer to build his first class of student-athletes.
Alumni Award Winners
Around the world, Mac alumni reach out, speak up, build bridges, and solve challenges. Alumni Awards—presented each year at Reunion by Mac’s Alumni Board—honor those who exemplify that spirit.
Lecture Notes: Philosophy of Technology
Philosophy professor Diane Michelfelder considers how we shape technology—and how technology shapes us.
Anthropology professor Dianna Shandy asked her students to partner up for a semester-long assignment—not with one another, but with women 80–95 years old.
Three seniors—Kevin Xiong, Tasneem Issa, and Miranda Harris— received the college’s Global Citizenship Student Award this spring
Kofi Annan and Brian Rosenberg in Conversation
During his recent campus visit, Kofi Annan ’61 reflected on current global challenges, leadership, and his own journey.
A Slice of Olin-Rice
All summer, Mac’s science center bustled as professors and students dug into collaborative research.
Coming of Age in the Great Depression
After publishing 10 books as an internationally respected scholar, professor emeritus Calvin Roetzel just wrapped up a new project: his first memoir.
That initial post-college job is an unforgettable part of forging a work life. Eight alumni share their stories.
Five Macalester alumni and one student receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS)
"Critical" languages are those that are less commonly taught in U.S. schools, but are essential for America’s engagement with the world.
Junior Samuel Fleming brings together his love of art with his economics major.
Zeena Yasmine Fuleihan ’18 Honored by Nick Adams Short Story Contest
A Macalester senior's short story took home the Honorable Mention in this competitive writing contest.
Professor Penelope Geng Receives Prestigious Fellowship
Professor Geng will spend a semester probing the rare collections of the Huntington Library in San Marino, Calif.
A Q&A with Amy Thielen ’97
The James Beard Award-winning food writer and memoirist discusses food, culture, and finding her purpose.
Powers of Observation
Out in a field on an early spring day with snow still on the ground, students look for birds as part of their coursework in Ornithology.