Sarah Jonathan '16 competed in the MIAC conference outdoor track and field championships.
Her Day in Court
Amy Hagstrom Miller '89 was the lead plaintiff in this generation's most critical abortion rights decision.
Making Mac Trans-Friendly
Every building on campus now includes at least one single stall or all-gender restroom
Professor Marlon James spoke at Macalester's opening convocation for the fall semester.
This is the second year that professors and students at Macalester have studied freshwater mussels. What researchers learn about their stress levels has implications for river health.
This summer Kendra Komoto ’15 was part of a research effort that changed how we understand the Zika virus.
The Next Sound You Hear
Duluth musician Gaelynn Lea Tressler ’06 wins NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest–and the start of a national reputation.
Creating Screen Magic
Hollywood insider Ken LaZebnik ’76 leads a screenwriting program designed to bring more women into the field.
President Rosenberg congratulating a Class of 2016 graduate. This column is drawn from remarks he made at that May 14 Commencement ceremony.
Please Bee Friendly
Emily Sylvestre ’16 spent the year researching, building consensus, and crafting a resolution to make Macalester a more bee-friendly place.
Macalester once had nursery school kids playing and learning at the Miss Stella Wood Center.
Get Set for Generation Z
As Millennials move on, Macalester gets ready to welcome the largest and most diverse cohort of students in its history.
Why Keeping Up Matters: The Kardashians as a Reflection of Society
For her American studies capstone, Selena Pruitt ’16 watched "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" to uncover insights into “the best and worst” of American culture.