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Professors Begin Summer Projects
Saint Anselm College professors will have a busy summer taking advantage of the time for research, writing, and traveling....
Mitt Romney Urges Saint Anselm Graduates to Engage in Citizenship
During Saint Anselm College's 122nd commencement exercises on May 17, commencement speaker Mitt Romney addressed 471 members of the class of 2015, and Dr. Steven DiSalvo presided over his second commencement as president....
Saint Anselm-Bloomberg NH Poll: 2016 Republican Field Wide-Open
May 12 - Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush may have money and name recognition, but voter enthusiasm for Senators Rand Paul and Marco Rubio and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is fueling a wide-open contest in New Hampshire....
Students Deliver Food and Furniture to Families in Need
As most students packed up to head home for the summer, more than 30 Saint Anselm College students stayed behind to collect, sort and distribute goods as part of the ninth-annual Food Clothing and Furniture Drive, benefiting 80 families....
Saint Anselm-Bloomberg NH Poll: Clinton Favorability Unchanged
May 11 - Despite a storm of recent controversies, Hillary Clinton's popularity is proving durable among likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire, home of the nation's first presidential primary election in early 2016....
Kristine Adams '16 Receives Bernard Holmes Scholarship
Kristine Adams, an international relations and Spanishdouble major, politics minor from Alton, N.H., has been chosen as the recipient of the 2015-2016 Fr. Bernard Holmes, O.S.B., Scholarship....
Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics Release NH Poll
May 10 - A new Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics New Hampshire poll shows a tightly-packed GOP 2016 field, with Sen. Marco Rubio's support among likely GOP primary voters rising while Gov. Jeb Bush's has fallen off....
Saint Anselm-Bloomberg NH Poll: Republican Field Tightens
There's no clear Republican front-runner in the New Hampshire presidential nominating contest, while Hillary Clinton retains an overwhelming advantage among Democrats in the Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary....
Professor Mary Kate Donais On X-Ray Fluorescence and Archaeology
Saint Anselm Chemistry Professor Mary Kate Donais, Ph.D. is working with x-ray fluorescence technology and tools that are helping archaeologists better preserve their findings at digs....
New Exhibition Space Extends Learning to Residence Hall
The Living and Learning Commons (LLC), Saint Anselm College’s newest residence Hall, continues the innovative blending of living and learning through new exhibition space in the form of six art cases installed on all three floors....