James Wallace Heritage Dinner
From Chopin to Chromactics
Along with the usual concerts and a capella performances, Macalester’s Music Department hosted many special guests and witnessed the inaugural performances of new student groups.
"A Prairie Home Companion" Live Broadcast July 4, 2015
Three seniors awarded prizes
Sarah Birkholz, Chidinma Emenike, and Annabelle Nichols were awarded Asian Languages and Culture departmental prizes.
Interlude in Ecuador
Nathan Are ‘16 immersed himself in the language and culture of Ecuador during a community internship there.
Honoring the Journey
CHIPS reception spring 2015
Photos from the ceremony held in the Leonard Center field house on May 16.
Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the graduation of Dr. Catharine Lealtad, Macalester's first African American graduate. The late Dr. Lealtad earned a double major degree in chemistry and history in 1915 with highest honors.
Last Day of Classes
Honors and Awards Lunch 2015
Alumni Galapagos Islands and Ecuador Trip February 2015
Mongolian Adventure August 2014
Spring Dance Concert 2015
Dale Warland Returns
Dale Warland—a world-famous choral conductor and composer—returned to the Music Department.
Sounds of Blackness Lounge Naming Ceremony
Some of the firmest friendships—ones with real staying power—are forged during the first year on campus.
Justice in The Hague
HRH concentrators discuss their internships in the Netherlands
Award-winning novelist/professor Marlon James and actor/director/professor Harry Waters, Jr. team up to teach a new course.
Founders Day 2015
Once in a Century
On Saturday, March 14, math aficionados the world over will celebrate a unique day.
Founders Day Photo Booth
Black History Month 2015
Roommates to Housemates
Sometimes that random first-year draw becomes your best friend.
Redsektomy Takes First
Student photos from study away.
In One Word
What word would you choose to describe college?
Study Away Singers
Two Mac students joined a famous choir during a semester-long program in Jordan.
Macalester professors also benefit from study abroad programs.
Spring 2015 Week 3
Spring 2015 Week 2
Spring 2015 Week 1
Each January, Macalester sponsors a trip to Guatemala, where students spend two weeks on sustainable community development projects.
Fall 2014 Week 13
Dog Days Fall 2014
Anthropology major Katharine Meier ’15 is getting to know the great apes at the Como Zoo.
Entrepreneurship at Macalester
Studying Science Abroad
The sequence of science programs can make studying abroad a challenge, but students make it happen.
Studying Science Abroad
Three science students study abroad, from Singapore to Scotland.
Fall 2014 Week 12
Winter Ball 2014
Fall 2014 Week 11
Hitting the Road
Mac vans make fall break trips possible for students.