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Click! Contemporary Responses to Photographic Masterworks
View works by Prof. Kimberly Kersey Asbury and other regional photographers "asked to respond to a loaned collection of vintage masterworks by such renowned photographers as Robert Frank, Weegee, Edward Weston, Harry Callahan, Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Ansel Adams."...
CNN's John King speaks at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics
On November 19, CNN's John King visited the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College to present a talk, "A Year of Disruption: How the Surprises of 2015 Reshape the 2016 Campaign."...
Cole Fellow Recipient Interns at Communication Firm in Spain
This summer, the college's first Cole Fellow junior India Barrows, interned for a communication company in Spain....
College Announces Academic Convocation
On September 18, Dr. F. Marc LaForce ’60, HD ’15, Director of Technical Services at the Serum Institute of India, will address the Saint Anselm College community at the 2015 Academic Convocation....
College Answers the Call for Interfaith Service
Saint Anselm College President Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo recently attended an interfaith engagement summit in Washington D.C. aimed at promoting community service and religious cooperation among colleges and students nationwide....
College Approves Pilot Program in Orvieto, Italy
Next year, Saint Anselm College students may live, learn, and travel with fellow students and faculty in Orvieto, Italy, through a pilot study abroad program: A Semester in Orvieto....
College Awards Saint Anselm Medal to Cardinal
In the spirit of the college's 125th anniversary and commemorating its Benedictine heritage, the college will award the Saint Anselm Medal to Cardinal Gerald Lacroix on April 24, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. in the Abbey Church....
College Breaks Ground on Residence Hall
College officials broke ground on the new 47,000 square foot, 150-bed residence hall on Wednesday, July 10. ...
College Campaign Draws Attention to Violence and Promotes Peace
Saint Anselm College is offering a series of events, exhibits, and speakers as part of the national "Enough is Enough "campaign designed to draw attention to issues related to violence and to promote peace. ...
College Celebrates Benedictine Heritage
Saint Anselm College will celebrate its Benedictine roots March 15 to 20 with Benedictine Heritage Week, providing students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to learn more about the college's heritage....