News
Court dismisses parts of Naca’s lawsuit against Macalester, but case will continue

On February 17, the United States District Court of Minnesota held a preliminary hearing on the case brought by Kristin Naca, a former English professor, against Macalester College. This hearing was in response to

Features
We’re bringing Sexy Mac: STI spotlight on chlamydia

This week, I’ll be sharing all sorts of yummy information about chlamydia in the exciting second installment of the STI Spotlight. The first spotlight, on herpes, can be found in the online archives under

Arts
Review of the Guthrie Theatre’s King Lear

King Lear is one of Shakespeare’s most intense tragedies, following Lear’s slow descent into madness after bequeathing his kingdom to two of his three daughters. It’s a painful and poetic play to watch, and

Opinion
Visiting a Japanese American internment camp in Trump’s America

In honor of Trump’s election, a month ago my mom and I went on a road trip to Manzanar National Historic Site. It was a strange and poignant trip. My Japanese American grandfather passed

Sports
Men’s basketball ends best season in 10 years

While the season may not have ended exactly as the Macalester Men’s Basketball team hoped it would, nothing can take away from the Scots’ best season in a decade. Losses to the Augsburg Eagles

Food & Drink
Follow the grinds: Workhorse Coffee bar, coffee, pita and pizza!
Follow the grinds: Workhorse Coffee bar, coffee, pita and pizza!

Does a grilled cheese made with a croissant sound good to you? If so, I would recommend checking out Workhouse Coffee Bar. Located just half of a block off of the green line on