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Student and Staff Member Receive MLK Social Justice Awards

Student and Staff Member Receive MLK Social Justice Awards

01/21/2014

Vivian Fitzgerald '14 and Dan Forbes, the director of The Meelia Center, were recognized for their outstanding leadership, compassion, and courage in promoting social justice at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. dinner.... Read More

Series of Events Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy

Series of Events Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy

01/17/2014

Saint Anselm College's Multicultural Center celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with multiple campus and community events including the first-ever Social Justice Awards.... Read More

Hawks to Host "Pink in the Rink" Fundraiser

Hawks to Host "Pink in the Rink" Fundraiser

01/16/2014

Both the men's and women's ice hockey teams will be raising awareness and funds this weekend to help the fight against breast cancer with all proceeds benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Wing at Catholic Medical Center.... Read More

Former Student Archbishop Lacroix to Become Cardinal

Former Student Archbishop Lacroix to Become Cardinal

01/13/2014

The Most Reverend Gerald Cyprien Lacroix Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada will be elevated to the rank of cardinal by Pope Francis in February. ... Read More

NHIOP Executive Director Named a Top Influencer in N.H.

NHIOP Executive Director Named a Top Influencer in N.H.

01/10/2014

Neil Levesque was recently named as one of the state's top influencers in Business NH Magazine's "2014 Influencer Index" along with 53 other leaders in New Hampshire who "make it happen." ... Read More

Students Help Communities in Need During Break

Students Help Communities in Need During Break

01/03/2014

On Jan. 4, 109 Saint Anselm students embark on student-led volunteer trips to organizations around the country to help people in need.... Read More

Brother Edward Englund, O.S.B., Passes Away

Brother Edward Englund, O.S.B., Passes Away

01/02/2014

Bro. Edward Englund, O.S.B., a monk of Saint Anselm Abbey, passed away January 2, at the age of 71. Since 1988, he had lived at Woodside Priory, a dependent monastery of Saint Anselm Abbey which operates a college preparatory school near San Francisco.... Read More

Five Faculty Granted Tenure

Five Faculty Granted Tenure

12/18/2013

Dr. Steven DiSalvo, college president, and the Academic Affairs Committee of the college's Board of Trustees announce that five full-time faculty members have been granted tenure.... Read More

Seven Biology Majors Awarded Biomedical Research Grants

Seven Biology Majors Awarded Biomedical Research Grants

12/17/2013

Through the grants each student focuses on a unique area of biology with the help of a faculty advisor who oversees their work.... Read More

Four Chemistry Majors Awarded Grants for Biomedical Research

Four Chemistry Majors Awarded Grants for Biomedical Research

12/17/2013

Through the grants each student focuses on a unique area of biology with the help of a faculty advisor who oversees their work.... Read More

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