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Alumnus and Distinguished Historian Bill Martel Passes Away
Bill Martel, Ph.D., a member of the Class of 1977, passed away on Mon., Jan. 12 at the age of 59, following a courageous battle with cancer....
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....
Dean's List Announced
Saint Anselm is pleased to announce that 795 students were named to the Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2014-2015 academic year. These students earned a grade point average of at least 3.0 for four courses of study....
Passing of Former Trustee Mary Anne Behnke
Mary Anne (Houran) Behnke, a former member of Saint Anselm College's Board of Trustees, passed away Dec. 22....
Students Spend Break on Service Trips
On Friday, Jan. 2, 118 students will leave Saint Anselm College behind to volunteer at service sites around the country and internationally ...
Robin Yoshida '15
"The internshiop project on disease control helped me focus my career aspirations."...
Chapel Art Center Reveals New Acquisition in Winter Exhibit
The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center’s current exhibition is concentrated around a recently acquired masterpiece: an ink on paper drawing by the Baroque artist, Giovanni Francesco Barbieri....
Alumnus John Little Preserves Wild Rivers
On December 12, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that John Little '82 has been working toward for the past decade. The bill officially designates the Missisquoi River in northern Vermont as "wild and scenic."...
Reflecting on 125 Years of College Spiritual Life
Reflecting on the history of the spiritual life on campus over the course of the past 125 years at Saint Anselm College causes us to reflect on many different places, people, and experiences....
Computer Science Faculty in Union Leader Article
As part of nationwide Computer Science Education Week, students at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown and Ross A. Lurgio Middle School in Bedford got a crash course in computer programming — by playing games, creating artwork and getting to see the fun side of coding....