A Mac philosophy class tackles the ethics of dataveillance, social networking, and intellectual property.
December 3 2013
Sam Eklund ’14 helps philosophy professor take a new look at 17th century thinkers.
October 16 2013
Nathan Scheiner ’13 investigates persistent pain, seeking to prevent suffering.
January 23 2013
Teaching philosophy to 8- and 9-year-olds at St. Paul’s West 7th Community Center was the unconventional way that Vivian Ihekoronye ’13 (St. Paul) spent her summer.
October 15 2012
Mac students are driven without being overly competitive, a rare quality to find and one I value immensely, writes Gerbrand Hoogvliet ’11.
December 9 2011
Nathaniel Macijeski ’14 wasn’t content to read about the philosophy of
happiness; he decided to research it for himself.
August 29 2011
Two Macalester teams recently presented at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., their analyses and recommendations about inventions in development at Mayo as part of the Mayo Innovation Scholars Program.
April 5 2011
Philosophy professor, Martin Gunderson, discusses international standards for informed consent in relation to studies conducted on human subjects.
March 9 2011