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Out, Out and Away

by Katie Woodouse [email protected] Most Macalester organizations only operate within Macalester grounds. Not Outing Club. In fact, the group defines itself by leaving campus. “I think the nature of going on overnight trips is just pretty different from other clubs,” explained Lucia Hunt ’18, a leader of Outing Club this year. “[Outing Club] can make…

Outing club members recall their memorable spring break trip
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Outing club members recall their memorable spring break trip

This past spring break, an Outing Club trip to the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina faced a freak snowstorm and a series of unfortunate events. The trip consisted of co-leaders Zack Katz ’19 and Margot Robinson ’19, alongside Matt Stoner ’20, Anna Dolde ’18, Malia Becker ’20, Noah Steiglitz ’18, Michael Murphy ’19 and Adam…

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MCSG passes Omnibus Bill, discusses org funding defecits

At the MCSG Legislative Body meeting on September 27, the first order of business was voting on the Omnibus Bill. A brief discussion of an amendment that would require any legislation to be publicized to the Macalester community at least 72 hours prior to voting ended when the amendment was almost unanimously denied. After the…

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Molly Adams dominates in the midfield

The first-years on the Macalester women’s soccer team have already made a strong impact this season, chief among them Molly Adams ’20. A center midfielder, she was thrust into the starting role after Kelsey Porter ’18 went down with a knee injury. So far she has excelled while playing heavy minutes, including two complete games….

Outing Club’s Ozark and Alabama Exploration
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Outing Club’s Ozark and Alabama Exploration

This spring break, the Outing Club offered three trips: two in the Ozarks and one in the Appalachia. Thea Galli ’16 and John Juenemann ’16 led students along the Ozark trail, while Hannah Campbell ’14 and Jesse Cutter ’15 led others through the Berryman/Ozark Trail Loop. Jasmine Landry ’15 and Doriyush Ubaydi ’14, meanwhile, led…