Macalester’s yearly Founder’s Day tradition of playing Pushball ended almost as soon as it began this year.
Captivated by Chemistry
Much to his surprise, Andrew Olinger ’15 found his intellectual passion in chemistry.
Computer Science Aids WHO
Computer science students design website to support research on Neglected Tropical Diseases.
Without even asking, Ruby Byrne, Sam Faulkner, Jack Reece, and Everest Robinson unanimously agree that free food on campus is not only a beautiful thing.
Tennis champ, speedcuber, entrepreneur, farmer. Macalester students pursue an array of interests outside the classroom.
MacSlams members Renee Schminkey and Anna Binkovitz sit down and share what’s awesome about their org.
Students talk about their favorite locations around campus, from restaurants to dance halls.
With no answers in the back of a textbook—or even from their professors—more than 80 Macalester students learned science research is messy.
They Found Evidence
It’s 7:30 a.m. and a crew of five students from an anthropology class are headed out with shovels in hand for another day of digging in the dirt at the Katharine Ordway Natural History Study Area in Inver Grove Heights, Minn.
Professor Chris Wells in his new book Car Country untangles the complicated relationships between automobiles and the environment.