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Discovering the GSRC

The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is open to all students, and acts as a valuable space for members of the Macalester community to be welcomed and supported. The center, which is located in the basement of Kagin Commons, is “a student-run space based around exploring different identities and issues related to gender and…

Jacob Bessen and Muath Ibaid: MacSUPER(heroes)
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Jacob Bessen and Muath Ibaid: MacSUPER(heroes)

For this week’s Senior Spotlight, The Mac Weekly sat down with Jacob Bessen ’17 and Muath Ibaid ’17 to talk about Mac Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights (MacSUPER) and each other’s cooking. TMW: How did you guys start MacSUPER? Muath Ibaid: So Hannah Graf Evans, a mutual friend, mentioned it in a MENA [Middle…

Meet the Staff Fall 2016
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Meet the Staff Fall 2016

]1 The Mac Weekly Fall 2016! ]2 Editors in Chief: Jake Greenberg '17 and Allie Korbey '17 ]3 Copy Chief: Jane Hornsby ’17 ]4 Design Editors: Eliza Ramsey ’17, Ellie Fuqua ’17, Will Milch ’19 ]5 Arts Editors: Max Harrison ’18, Julia Fritz-Endres ’19 ]6 Features Editors: Ellie Fuqua ’17, Esha Datta ’17, Barbara Kuzma...
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Style File: Kate Gallagher

TMW: Why did you want to be in the Style File? KG: I’ve been interested in fashion since I was ten years old. I went to the Field Museum that had a special exhibit of Jacqueline Kennedy’s clothes from when she was in the White House. I was enchanted by the entire experience. They had…

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At Work With The Sustainability Network: Combating systemic problems at multiple scales through sustainability work

The Sustainability Network brings together students from a variety of departments and organizations working on sustainability-related projects from around campus. You can get in touch with the network with your ideas or questions by emailing fbeckel@macalester.edu or gqueenan@macalester.edu, or by coming to the next (potluck!) meeting from 12:00-1:30 p.m. at the EcoHouse. As a human,…

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Entrepreneurship Club: A year in development

Although Entrepreneurship Club has its roots in the economics department, students from any discipline are welcome to participate. Chartered last spring, the group supports student entrepreneurial efforts and hopes to expose more students to the value of entrepreneurship. According to board member Brian Utz ’16, the club is supplementing the administration’s push for entrepreneurship through…

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