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Dana Center Opens 35th Season
The Dana Center for the Humanities' 35th season features a series of performances including blues, musical political satire, bluegrass, and modern dance-not to mention the talents of Saint Anselm College's own Abbey Players....
Dana Center Presents 32nd Season of Performing Arts
On September 27, the Dana Center for the Humanities at Saint Anselm College opens its 32nd season of performing arts with an international sensation, Fatoumata Diawara and Band....
Danielle Flory '10 Completes Summer Research Fellowship
Danielle Flory of East Hampstead, N.H., spent her summer researching at Saint Anselm College's New Hampshire Institute of Politics as the 2010 Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow...
Debaters Reap National Rewards
Two Saint Anselm College juniors brought trophies home from the four-day national collegiate debate tournament at Eastern Michigan University....
Decologero Earns President’s Leadership Award
Jaclyn Decologero, a forensic science major from North Andover, Mass., was selected by Dr. Steven DiSalvo to receive the college's Presidential Leadership Award and to be named a Newman Civic Fellow by the national office of Campus Compact....
Don McPherson Discusses Relationship Violence
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, national domestic violence speaker and former NFL quarterback, Don McPherson, spoke to the college community about relationship violence. ...
Donald Trump Speaks at "Politics and Eggs" Event
The New England Council, in partnership with the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library, hosted Donald Trump on January 21 as a "Politics & Eggs" breakfast speaker event....
Donna Guimont to Retire After 36 Years in Saint Anselm Athletics Department
Saint Anselm College Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator Donna Guimont will retire at the end of the academic year, Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Joseph Horton and Director of Athletics Kelly Higgins announced. ...
Dr. David George in "Popular Archaeology" Magazine
Archaeologists are scratching their heads about an underground pyramid-shaped structure they have been excavating beneath the historic medieval town of Orvieto in Italy. But it may not be a mystery forever. They hope to find answers as they continue to tease artifacts and architectural materials fro...
Dr. Ian Durham Keynote Speaker at Symposium
Dr. Ian Durham, of the Physics Department, was the keynote speaker at the Clemson University Symposium for Introduction to Research in Physics and Astronomy (SIRPA) on August 20th....