The week-long January seminar, led by Professor Molly Olsen, Department of Hispanic Studies and Paul Schadewald of the Civic Engagement Center, explored the challenges and cultural strategies of resistance in New Orleans neighborhoods in the wake of disaster and in the midst of economic adversity. Participants toured the city and met with a number of community partners, scholars and activists.
What gift would you give the world?
Collin Calvert '13 hits the Macalester "streets" to ask students, "What are your plans for winter break? And, what gift would you give the world?"
What Are You Thankful For?
Collin Calvert '13 hits the Macalester "streets" to ask students, "What are you doing for Thanksgiving and what are you thankful for?"
Who’s Your Favorite Professor?
Collin Calvert '13 hits the Macalester 'streets' to ask students, 'Who is your favorite professor?'
Inside Sarah Boyer’s Office
Mite Harvestmen, Gummy Tape Worms, Crabs - They're All in Sarah Boyer's Office
What’s Your Personal Style?
Collin Calvert '13 hits the Macalester "streets" to ask students, "What's your clothing style?"
An Interview With Kao Kalia Yang
Kao Kalia Yang's book The Latehomecomer was chosen as Macalester's common reading. Students and parents were encouraged to read the book over the summer and come ready to discuss the book with one another. Yang then visited campus to talk about her work. Here, she sits down with student Collin Calvert '13.
Great Rooms on Campus
Macalester students show and tell us what makes their dorm rooms great. These were selected among the many fabulous rooms for their uniqueness, creativity and energy.
Steven Fitzgerald ’12 – Internships in the Twin Cities
Steven Fitzgerald '12 held two internships and plays on Macalester's football team.
Macalester Welcomes Class of 2014
This fall Macalester College celebrates the arrival of 545 new members to its community. These include about 520 first year students and 25 transfer students (final, official enrollment figures are calculated two weeks after the start of classes).
Field Station Research
In this video five students talk about their research at Macalester's Katharine Ordway Natural History Study Area (KONHSA).