The Macalester College Theatre and Dance Department presents Stitchworks, the Spring 2015 Dance Concert
Building a Website
With guidance from the Mac alumni network, four students learned how to apply computer science to a global humanitarian project.
Geography major Amy Lebowitz '15 explores the meaning of the great American front yard.
National Parks Intern
Intern Olivia Nelson worked on water quality issues at Coldwater Spring, a nearby national park on the Mississippi River.
Nathaniel Williams wanted to study in a country beyond his comfort zone. His choice: Mongolia.
Award-winning novelist/professor Marlon James and actor/director/professor Harry Waters, Jr. team up to teach a new course in writing for performance.
Eye-tracking in Vienna
Mihaela Barokova ’15 interns at the University of Vienna while studying away in Germany.
The Inaugural Lecture of Thomas Halverson as DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science
Thanks to the Winter Mann-Hill Fellowships, every winter break there are students out in the world exploring career interests in health care or medicine.
Macalester English Prof. Marlon James scheduled to be on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Tuesday, March 3
Massive Math Meeting
MSCS students presented their summer research at a meeting of nearly 6,000 mathematicians.
Macalester professor’s research finds positive and non-conflicted racial identities among multiracial 10-13 year-olds
John Stark ’16 acts, directs, organizes musicals, and just generally keeps the good times rolling at Macalester.
Beyond the Theoretical
Disaster relief, software development, history and culture. Their interests are varied, but these three students all found valuable internships not far from campus.
Macalester receives $800,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for Digital Liberal Arts and Writing
Careers and Connections
The MacConnect trip helps students explore career paths through links to Macalester alumni in Silicon Valley.
Live It! Fund project inspires conversations between Chilean elders and grandchildren.
Hidden Human Computers
Segregated in a remote building, Black women mathematicians known as “computers” provided calculations essential to NASA and the space race.