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Novelists Mary McGarry Morris and Andre Dubus III to Read, Discuss Writing April 8, 9
Mary McGarry Morris and Andre Dubus III, two of the country's leading writers of fiction, will offer readings and observations about the craft of writing during separate events at Saint Anselm College this month....
Spring Break Alternative Program Celebrates 20th Year of Service Trips
The Spring Break Alternative (SBA) program at Saint Anselm College started with a single trip and 20 participants. This year, the Office of Campus Ministry has organized its 20th spring break of volunteer service trips. In all, 240 students and two faculty members will embark on trips to 16 differen...
Four Students Receive Science Awards
Four sophomores will receive full scholarships funded by the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation. The awards are for the students' final two years of studies....
Richard Yanikoski, Ph.D. is 2010 Commencement Speaker
Richard Yanikoski, Ph.D., president and CEO of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU), will address the Class of 2010 and receive an honorary degree at the college's 117th commencement exercises on Saturday, May 22....
Bridget Martin, English Major, Named Holmes Scholar for 2010-2011
Granted annually, the award provides Martin with a full tuition scholarship for her senior year. Through her major and campus involvement, Martin exemplifies the values required of a Holmes award winner....
College Makes Standardized Tests Optional for Applicants
Saint Anselm College will join a growing number of colleges and universities by making the SAT and ACT standardized tests optional for high school students applying for admission....
Saint Anselm Graduates Class of 2010
Dr. Richard Yanikoski, president and CEO of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, urged the Class of 2010 to carry with them the lessons of civil community they learned during their four years at Saint Anselm....
Saint Anselm Students and Faculty Dig for History in Italy
About 75 miles northwest of Rome, a group of 20 Saint Anselm College students and faculty are braving heat and snakes to excavate what they believe is an Etruscan religious sanctuary....
N.H. High School Students Study Government and Politics
Junior and senior high school students from across the state are studying the inner-workings of N.H. government and politics through July 24 at the NHIOP's Civic Leadership Academy...