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Saint Anselm College TV Studio Provides Unique Opportunities for Students
The ReadyCam studio, housed in the NHIOP, gives students first-hand experience working with journalists, activists, politicians, and subject matter experts who appear on major television networks....
Student Ambassadors Attend National Campaign Conference at Harvard Institute of Politics
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics' Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassadors Cody Aubin and Brandon Pratt attended the annual National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement Conference at the Harvard Institute of Politics (IOP), February 3-5, 2017....
New Hampshire Institute of Politics Announces New Student Ambassadors
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) is pleased to announce that 41 students have been accepted into the Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassadors Program....
Election Events at the NHIOP
Election Night and the aftermath kept the usual political activity at a high level at Saint Anselm College, with "The Voting Lab" followed by a Pizza and Politics discussion at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics....
Sarah King '18 Attends College Debate 2016
Junior Sarah King of Cumberland, R.I. returned to Dominican University of California for the second part of the College Debate 2016 Conference....
Citizenship Week Celebrations 2016
This September, The New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassador's Civic Engagement Committee will host a series of events in celebration of Citizenship Week and Constitution Day (September 16)....
Students Spend Summer Interning in Washington, D.C.
Six Saint Anselm College students are spending the summer interning at various organizations in Washington, D.C., gaining invaluable experience in the areas of politics and communications....
NHIOP Hosts Event on Upcoming National Conventions
On Tuesday, June 21, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library (NHIOP) held a panel discussion about the upcoming Democratic and Republican National Conventions....
Sarah King '18 Represents College Nationally as Delegate and Advocate
Sarah King '18, a communication and politics double major from Cumberland, R.I., was recently selected to serve as a student delegate as part of College Debate 2016....
History Major Selected for 2016 Gordon Fellowship
Eric Soucy, a junior history major from Lewiston, Maine has been chosen as the 2016 Albert H. Gordon Summer Research Fellow....