When Anneliese Gest ’17 encountered chemical biology, she discovered her future.
Faculty Focus: Christy Hanson
Global health professor brings real-world experience into the classroom.
Macalester president signs “We Are Still In” statement supporting Paris Climate Accord
President Brian Rosenberg has joined many college and university presidents in signing the “We Are Still In” statement, declaring their continued support of the Paris Climate Accord.
Find out how Macalester is doing on its pledge to become carbon neutral and achieve zero waste.
From Weyerhaeuser to the White House
On the long and honorable political odyssey of Walter Mondale ’50.
African American History
On the remarkable contributions of historian Tsione Wolde-Michael '08 to the Smithsonian's new African American museum.
Researching the Great Apes of Borneo
Cecilia Mayer ’16 reports from the Tuanan Orangutan Research Station in Indonesia.
On campus and off, Legislative Politics students learn how legislatures work and why legislators do what they do.
Ancient Healing and Medicine, a Classics Course
From Hellenistic cults to Native American healers, traditional practices continue to inform today's healthcare and medicine.
Conservative and Liberal Political Thought
Professor Andrew Latham’s course grounds students in the history and fundamentals from both sides of the political spectrum.
Three Macalester students receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships
Gianna Brassil ’20, from San Francisco, Calif., Grey Micah ’17, from Gillsburg, Mississippi, and Angelo Bautista Perez ’19, from Chicago, Ill., have been awarded the scholarships.
Nine alumni to be honored at Macalester Reunion in June
Two medical doctors, a former pharmaceutical executive, an activist, and an artist, are five of nine alumni to be honored
Class of 2017—What’s Next?
The Class of 2017 is ready to take on the world. See what some of them have planned for after Macalester.
MCSG President Reflects
"I can't yet imagine being away from this place next year," says student government president Merrit Stüven '17.
Study Away Family Connections
Two Mac students chose study away countries where they had family cultural associations.
Two Macalester students undertake projects to promote peace in Senegal and Mozambique
The students’ grants are from the Davis Projects for Peace initiative funded by the late philanthropist Kathryn Wasserman Davis, who launched Projects for Peace on the occasion of her 100th birthday in 2007.