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Work Continues this Summer at Archaeology Dig in Italy
Over the past six seasons, they have uncovered evidence for occupation of the site dating from the 8th c. BCE all the way to the 16th c. CE (as well as random realia from World War II). To date, the site's strongest phases are Etruscan and Roman (Republican, Early Imperial, and Late Antique)....
Women's Ice Hockey wins ECAC Women's Open Championship
The Saint Anselm College women's ice hockey team won its fourth ECAC Women's Open Championship Sunday by posting a 7-3 victory over the top-ranked Crusaders of the College of the Holy Cross....
Women's History Celebrated in March
The challenges and achievements of American women are the subject of events and discussions at Saint Anselm College during Women's History Month....
WMUR, Union Leader Granite State Debate Series Continues
The WMUR-TV, New Hampshire Union Leader Granite State Debate series kicked off last night with Democrat gubernatorial candidates Jackie Cilley, Maggie Hassan and Bill Kennedy....
Update on Students in Boston
The college can confirm that 125 students and community members in Boston today are now accounted for. Father Jonathan DeFelice issued a message regarding today's explosions in Boston....
U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte Speaks to Politics Students
Sen. Kelly Ayotte recently took a break from her duties in Washington to visit Saint Anselm College and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics....
Trustees Meet to Discuss Finalists in Presidential Search
The Saint Anselm College Board of Trustees met Saturday, April 27 to discuss the merits of the two distinguished finalists for president of the college....
Tropical Field Studies in Belize
Saint Anselm College students studied in Belize last summer. The neotropical rainforests and coral reefs of the Central American country are two of the most species-rich ecosystems on earth....
Top Ten 2012 Institute Events
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College played a significant role in the state's biggest political events this past year, hosting speakers, panels and debates relating to the November 2012 general election....
Theology Professor on Faithful Citizenship and Catholic Voting
Saint Anselm College theology Professor Dan Daly discusses how the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is helping Catholic voters make their own decisions....