Macalester Professor Discovers Parasites Plagued Dinosaur-Dominated Ecosystems
Fossils collected from the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana provided a rare opportunity to track parasite infestation.
Long-term Research into Immune Response
Rohit Kamath is part of a long-term immunology project in Professor Devavani Chatterjea's lab. His summer research was supported by a Professor Jan Serie Research Fellowship.
Public Health Hero
As a Johns Hopkins- and Yale-educated future surgeon, Cheryl Zogg '11 has always been a high achiever. Now she's on the Forbes 30 Under 30 as well.
The Inaugural Lecture of Sarah West as the G. Theodore Mitau Professor of Economics
An award-winning teacher, West has supervised many prize-winning honors theses and has co-authored publications with Macalester undergraduates.
Macalester College Among Peace Corps’ 2018 Top Volunteer-Producing Colleges & Universities
Since 1961, 381 alumni from Macalester have traveled abroad to serve as volunteers.
Fish, Crocodiles, and Dinosaurs
Max Deckman '19 went to Montana to collect microfossils--but that wasn't all he found.
A Burst of Creativity
Over the course of 24 hours, 11 teams strove to create original artistic performances for a chance at a $1,000 prize in the first-ever MacroBurst contest.
Danai Gurira ’01 Is Leading Armies in ‘Black Panther’
Alumna Danai Gurira '01 has been traversing the press circuit to discuss her role as Okoye in Marvel Studio's Black Panther.
Investigating Autism Spectrum Disorder
As a Data Science Fellow, Tasneem Issa ’18 was part of a team investigating autism spectrum disorder in the Somali community.
Macalester alumnus Kofi Annan returns to Macalester for Institute renaming in his honor
Annan, a member of the Macalester class of 1961, will be visiting the campus in May.
Postcards from Seoul
Rachel Wong '19 learned far more than coursework required during her semester in Seoul.
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.