Six decades’ worth of couples share how they fell in love at 1600 Grand—and what they’ve learned since.
Moments of Macathon
Mac’s annual innovation contest challenges students to devise solutions to real-world problems.
Perspective on Pluto
Richard Binzel ’80 helped send a spacecraft to Pluto—and the discoveries amazed him.
Alumni illustrate why Mac is a top-ranked school for students who plan to transform the world.
International Investigative Journalist
Celia Heudebourg '18 shares the highlights of her student journalism career––from the Mac Weekly to the New York Times.
During a remarkable Jeopardy! run, Austin Rogers ’00 won fans in the studio and across the country.
With late-night comedy ratings soaring, Ariel Dumas ’05 has found the perfect time to succeed in show business.
Seeking a Better LED
In the Professor James Heyman's lab, Dona Pantova researched a new material for LEDs for tech firm Lightwave Photonics.
The 19th Annual American Studies Conference with Associate Professor Yuichiro Onishi
The conference will take place at 7 p.m., Thursday, February 22, in the Campus Center's John B. Davis Lecture Hall
Jesse Geary ’12 helps lead a group that is using the attention generated by the Super Bowl to battle human trafficking.
Three Macalester Faculty Members Receive Tenure
Macalester College has granted tenure status to the following three faculty members: Lesley Lavery, Political Science, Michael McGaghie, Music, and Kari Shepherdson-Scott, Art History.
The 37th Annual G. Theodore Mitau Endowed Lecture with Prof. Jill Locke
The lecture, at 4:45 p.m., Thursday, February 8, in the John B. Davis Lecture Hall, is free and open to the public.
MacNest Interns Test Their Wings at Startups
It's a win-win when students and startups work together, sharing skills and experience as part of MacNest.
Food, Agriculture, and Female Farmers in Burkina Faso
Julia Morgan ’18, Millie Varley ’18, and geography professor Bill Moseley researched food security and diet diversity in Burkina Faso.
Inspired by Research
As an HHMI Young Researcher, Melissa Kingue '20 learned her way around two labs--developmental biology and immunology.
The Infinite Variety of Internships
College in a first-rate city means endless opportunities for meaningful internships.
Brahms’ Viola Quintet: Macalester Faculty Chamber Music Concert
The Macalester Music Department presents its second faculty chamber music series featuring masterworks for strings by Mozart, Dvorak and Brahms at 7 pm, Sunday, January 21, in Mairs Concert Hall.