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Students Spend Spring Break in Service
Nearly 100 students are spending their spring break on volunteer service trips in eight sites in the United States and Costa Rica as part of Saint Anselm College's Service & Solidarity Missions program....
Choir to Perform in Historic Capitals of Central Europe
As the college prepares for spring vacation, 29 students will be flying to Budapest for the 2014 Eurochoir trip which will feature performances in basilicas, cathedrals and churches in four different countries....
Three Students Win at New England Debate Championships
For the sixth time in the past nine years, Saint Anselm College students win the regional debate championships and take home the top three spots in the tournament. ...
Students Take History Beyond the Classroom
Through lab work, history students are creating tangible products that will be relevant to the campus community and local citizens....
Hawk Hockey to Donate $5,200 for Breast Cancer Research
Both the Saint Anselm College men's and women's ice hockey programs will be donating $5,200 to the Breast Cancer Research Wing at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, N.H. thanks to funds raised during their "Pink in the Rink" event....
Alumna Honored by Boston Chamber of Commerce
Linda (Pavone) Connly '87, senior vice president for global inside sales and renewals at EMC Corporation, has received an achievement award from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce....
Student EMTs Lauded for Quick Response
Student members of Saint Anselm College Emergency Medical Services were recently honored by New Hampshire Department of Safety for their dedication and service to the campus community. ...
Ann Norton Voted Professor of the Year
Ann Norton, professor of English, has been voted the 2014 Abbot Gerald McCarthy Professor of the Year by the Saint Anselm College student body....
College Earns High Marks in National Academic Assessment
In a national assessment of college student learning, Saint Anselm ranked in the 94th percentile of colleges and universities for significant academic growth....
Nursing Professor Mixes Digital Learning with Parkinson’s Fellowship
Students who take Associate Professor Caryn Sheehan's class, "Care of the Elderly and Chronically Ill," have a special understanding of the issues facing people with Parkinson's disease....