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Accepting Applications: NHIOP Student Ambassadors
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics is pleased to announce that it will begin accepting applications for the 2011-2012 Kevin Harrington Student Ambassador Program....
Business Alumna Named Influential Young Professional
Business alumna and attorney, Colleen Karpinsky, has been named to "The Union Leader's" list of "40 Under 40" influential young professionals....
Class of 2012 Employed and in Graduate School
Saint Anselm College's most recent graduates have found jobs or are pursuing further study, a recently completed survey found. In all, 98% of 2012 graduates are employed, in school, or engaged in service....
College Celebrates Life of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Saint Anselm College will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a series of events throughout January....
College Hosts Regional Mock Trial Tournament
On Friday, Feb. 1, more than 240 students from all over the northeast will arrive on campus to prepare for a liability and defense case as Saint Anselm College hosts the Regional American Mock Trial Association's Qualifying Tournament....
Fall 2012 Dean's List
A total of 741 Saint Anselm students were named to the Dean's list for the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. These students earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 for five courses of study....
Freshmen Take National Debate Honors
Two freshman members of the Saint Anselm College Debate Society placed well in the Pi Kappa Delta National Competition in Kansas City last weekend. Pi Kappa Delta is an honorary society for forensics competitors at colleges and universities throughout the United States....
In Context: Professor Moore Discusses the Jimmy Carter-Edward Kennedy Rivalry
Andrew Moore, associate professor of history, is writing a book about Carter and in a video, he discusses this famous rivalry among these two leading Democrats of their day...
International Relations Major Speaks About Debt Crisis at DC Conference
Troubled about the Congressional gridlock on raising the country's debt ceiling, international relations major, Marissa Serafino, joined a student coalition that put her in front of the microphone at a nationally televised press conference....
New Core Curriculum Renews Commitment to the Liberal Arts
Saint Anselm College has approved a new core curriculum that represents a renewed commitment to the liberal arts and the humanities, and is geared to rigorous learning outcomes, said Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., president of the college....