Apple Strata to Financial Statements
Jacob Burke was exposed to all aspects of the business when he interned at Buddy’s Kitchen under alumnus Dave Smith ’80, CEO.
Death Row Investigator
Alumna Ellen Brady ’15 uses what she learned at Macalester to help inmates facing thedeath penalty.
Making a Museum
A hands-on Mac course examines what it takes to create and operate museums of all types and sizes.
Football Renaissance Man
Forest Redlin '17 made an impact on the Mac football program, on and off the field.
Allergies and Pain
Beebie Boo had an early interest in research. Now she designs and conducts her own experiments, sharing the results at scientific conferences.
From Macalester to Mosul
Aid-worker Rick Latham Lechowick ’04 has a newfound commitment to a beleaguered ethnic group in Northern Iraq.
Macalester names Executive Director of Alumni Engagement
The Year Behind Us
A look back at the most popular stories of 2016.
Seven Juniors Receive Gilman Scholarship
They represent seven of over 850 American undergraduate students from 359 colleges and universities across the U.S.
Warming Up to Winter
Instead of seeing frosty days as a liability, the Macalester community embraces the cold and snowy.
Macalester names Dean of the Institute for Global Citizenship
Four Mac students talk about the fun and the value of gaining real-world experience through internships.
Macalester Alumna Hawi Tilahune Wins Prestigious Rangel Fellowship
The Rangel Fellowship will provide Tilahune with approximately $95,000 in benefits over a two year period, and give her the opportunity to represent her country overseas.
Department of Health Interns
Ilana Budenosky and Ruth Percival worked with epidemiologists to help reduce injuries and fatalities in Minnesota.
2015 Alumna named Schwarzman Scholar for 2018
Anne Gavin '15, a summa cum laude Anthropology major from Mendota Heights, Minn., has been selected as one of 129 Schwarzman Scholars for 2018.
Setting the Scene
A theater class explores the design elements of putting on a production.
When a movie is made from your book, why not be an extra and enjoy the ride?
Be that 10 Percent: Creative Writing with Marlon James
Julia Joy '20 tells what it's like to take a course from Man Booker Prize winner Professor Marlon James.
Macalester professor named 2016 Fellow in AAAS
Eric P. Wiertelak, DeWitt Wallace Professor of Psychology and Director of Neuroscience Studies, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Life in the State Department
From South Korea to Pakistan, Isabelle Chan ’06 works to make the world a safer, more equitable place.
Marlon James Named Macalester's First Writer-in-Residence
Marlon James, Macalester English professor and winner of the 2015 Man Booker Prize for his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, has been named Macalester’s first ever writer-in-residence. His appointment begins January 1, 2017.
Speculating About the Future
African American Lit professor andré carrington ’03 looks to science fiction, fantasy and related genres for clues to the cultural politics of the future.
After Mac: Class of 2016
Six months after the Class of 2016 graduated from Macalester, we asked a few of the new alumni what life looks like now.
When Adrianna Jereb '18 studied in Mexico, she experienced the quiet mornings and rowdy nights of her temporary home.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Bodies in the Balance, the 2016 Fall Dance Concert
Performances are December 2 at 7:30 pm and December 3 at 2 pm and 7:30 pm in the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center, Main Stage Theater
Guided by vibrant peer leadership in their first year at Mac, the women's cross country seniors are making their own mark this fall.
A Fascination with Chemistry
A Beltmann Research Grant enabled Hoang Anh Phan to dig deep into the world of chemistry.
Three members of the Class of 2013 come back to campus for a residency and concert.
The inspirational life and career of Judge Michael Davis '69.
New Muslim Chaplain
Macalester hired a halftime Muslim chaplain who began work this fall.
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.
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.
With three jobs and plenty more to accomplish in medicine and business, Collin Mothupi ’00 is an energetic idea generator.
Why Macalester Matters
President Rosenberg explores why Macalester is necessary.
Seven fledgling businesses spread their wings in a remarkable entrepreneurial incubator.
Gallery for the People
Art meets community in Tricia Heuring's Northeast Minneapolis space.
Supporting Immigrant Girls
Jasmine Nguyen ’17 developed a program to help immigrant and refugee parents support their daughters through the college process.
Demons, witches, devils. Evil incarnate features prominently in English literature of the 1500–1700s.
The Art of Voting
A Macalester art course is using design to get out the vote.
Alya Ansari ’19 helped build an award-winning new media installation for an all-night Twin Cities arts festival.
An Insider's Election Guide
Mac alumni and professors weigh in on how campaigns have changed—and how to make sense of it all.
Human Rights Career
From his London desk, Ezequiel Jimenez '13 supports Amnesty International offices around the world.
The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Urinetown: The Musical
Performances are 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, November 4 - 5, Thursday – Saturday, Nov. 10 – 12, and 2 p.m. Sunday, November 6.
A Lineage of Chemistry Excellence
Students of professors Dennis Cao and Leah Witus are the academic descendants of a Nobel Laureate in chemistry.
Taking on a Devastating Virus
Kemal Kirchmeier learned to use a variety of tools to investigate the most common congenitally transmitted disease in the U.S.
Stem Cells and Congenital Heart Disease
Surprised by all the tools available at Macalester, Rosemary Cobb used stem cell research to investigate heart disease.
To Improve Modern Medicine
Malik Mays came to Macalester with the goal of jumping into research—and succeeded.
Being a Scientist, Being Yourself
Miranda Harris investigated the molecular side of viruses in a rigorous lab where science meets culture.