Big Questions Boston: Have Algorithms Made the World Better or Worse?
Algorithms shape our lives. They affect how we communicate, whom we date, and how we learn about the world.
Spring Dance Concert: Open Despite
The concert featured seven student-choreographed pieces on a range of vulnerable and joyous journeys.
Spring Break Destination: Career Exploration
Students headed both east and west to participate in Macalester's MacConnect trips.
Spring 2019 Kofi Annan IGC Photo Contest Winners
This year, almost 30 images were submitted to the contest.
Making a Museum
Anthropology students visited one of the Twin Cities' newest museums and learned from its co-founders.
From the Classroom to the Capitol
Students present their research findings at the state capitol, only four miles from Macalester's campus.
Pushball 2019 – A Macalester Tradition
This year Pushball was played in a snowstorm. Lots of deep snow cushioned the ground too.
Big Questions St. Paul: How Do We Create a Stage That Helps Audiences Imagine a World Guided by Social Equity?
Networking in the nation’s capitol
Students met with alumni and organizations in Washington,D.C. during the January MacConnect program
Big Questions San Francisco/Silicon Valley: What Does the Rise of Entrepreneurship and Career Development on Campuses Say about the Future of Liberal Arts?
Journey to New Zealand
From used bookstores to creative writing courses, student Sophie Hilker takes in New Zealand during her 15-week study abroad experience.
Fall Dance Concert 2018
Breath Bound featured original choreography by students and faculty members.