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Thirty-Nine Students Inducted into Honor Society
Thirty-nine students were inducted into Saint Anselm College's National Honor Society for achieving academic excellence...
NHIOP Director Neil Levesque Talks NH Primary
The 2016 presidential election is approaching, and New Hampshire is front and center as the home of the first-in-the-nation primary....
Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics Release NH Poll
Feb. 8 - A new Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics New Hampshire poll shows Jeb Bush leading a wide-open GOP field, drawing 16% support among likely Republican primary voters....
Saint Anselm-Bloomberg Poll: Jeb Bush Grabs Narrow Lead
Jeb Bush has taken a slight lead over other potential Republican presidential candidates in a new Bloomberg Politics/Saint Anselm New Hampshire poll, even though his party's voters have doubts about his famous last name and his positions on immigration and education....
Mitt Romney to Deliver Commencement Address
Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH announced today that its 2015 commencement speaker will be Mitt Romney....
Transnational Terrorism Expert in The Union Leader
Recent political violence in Europe has put Saint Anselm politics professor Erik Cleven in the media spotlight for his expertise on the subject of transnational terrorism and community violence....
History in the Making: 50 Years of Politics
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library is a vital, active center of Saint Anselm College today and a significant political arena in local, state and national politics....
Politics Professor in the News
Politics Professor Christopher Galdieri is in the news discussing the State of the Union and the upcoming New Hampshire presidential primary. ...
Alumnus and Distinguished Bill Martel Passes Away
Bill Martel, Ph.D., a member of the Class of 1977, passed away on Mon., Jan. 12 at the age of 59, following a courageous battle with cancer....
Saint Anselm-Bloomberg Poll: Voters on 2014 Midterms
While Republicans in Washington are still celebrating their November victories, those with 2016 in their sights-Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio-will have to exercise some degree of restraint in the Senate if they want to impress New Hampshire voters....