• Sarah King '18 Represents College Nationally as Delegate and Advocate

    Saint Anselm College sophomore Sarah King was selected to serve as a student delegate as part of College Debate 2016 (a national, non-partisan program that focuses on empowering young voters). She will also serve as an advocacy ambassador for Save the Children (an international organization that promotes children's health and wellbeing).

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  • 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. Each panelist shared stories about previous conventions and weighed in on what may happen this summer.

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  • Saint Anselm College is Center Stage at the Centennial N.H. Primary

    This election year represents a milestone in American political history, as the N.H. Presidential Primary turns 100. All the candidates and many members of the global media were here for the first-in-the-nation event, and Saint Anselm had a front row seat.

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  • Live From the Carr Center: College Hosts Republican Debate

    Saint Anselm College lived up to its reputation as "New Hampshire's Home for Politics," when last month it hosted the final Democratic Primary Debate of 2015 in partnership with ABC News and the New Hampshire Union Leader. The college hosted the only N.H. Republican Primary Debate on February 6.

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  • Students Assist with Live Broadcast of MSNBC's "Morning Joe"

    The phrase "live from Saint Anselm College" took on a whole new meaning to nearly 200 Saint Anselm College students, faculty, and staff who watched MSNBC's "Morning Joe" broadcast live from the college coffee shop on Wednesday, Nov. 11, from 6 - 9 a.m.

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  • Become a Student Ambassador

    You don't have to be a politics major to take advantage of the many events and programs held at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library. The Institute offers opportunities for students that are unavailable at any other college. No matter how prominent the speaker, it is always a student who steps up to the microphone to make the introduction.

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Latest News

Sep 6

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). Read More

Jun 28

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. Read More

Jun 22

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. Read More

Upcoming Events

Immigration and Latino Identity Politics from 2006 to 2016 (9/28/2016)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Heather Silber Mohamed will join the Institute to present a discussion titled "Immigration and Latino Identity Politics from 2006 to 2016." During the 2016 Presidential election campaign, the debate over immigration policy has returned to the forefront of American politics. Silber Mohamed will conne...

What Works in Reducing Urban Violence: An Evidence-Informed Approach (10/5/2016)

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Thomas Abt, Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, will join the Institute to present a discussion on urban violence. Thomas will present the latest evidence concerning what works to reduce urban violence in America's cities, identifying several promising strategies with ...

Balancing Incomes, Balancing Budgets: Can Washington Do Both? (10/17/2016)

Monday, October 17, 2016

How do income inequality and fiscal responsibility relate? Dr. Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Dr. Jared Bernstein, two of the nation's leading economists, will offer their perspectives of these critical issues and policy considerations for the next administration in a moderated discussion with Janet Hook o...

Featured Blog Posts

The Power of Noticing, Bounded Ethicality, and Being a Great Leader

The Power of Noticing, Bounded Ethicality, and Being a Great Leader

Monday, September 19, 2016

The Ethics and Governance forum recently hosted Max H. Bazerman.

Apple and Ireland: Some Thoughts on Corporate Loyalty

Apple and Ireland: Some Thoughts on Corporate Loyalty

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

In news that made headlines last week, the European Union ruled that Apple must pay $14.5 billion in back taxes to the Republic of Ireland.

Voters Without a Party

Voters Without a Party

Friday, August 05, 2016

Recent polling in the wake of the two conventions have shown Clinton with a significant lead over Trump in key states such as New Hampshire.