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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....
Convocation Launches 125th Anniversary Celebration
The Saint Anselm College community gathered on Friday, September 26, to officially mark the beginning of this historic year, the 125th anniversary of the college's founding....
An Art Tradition That Lasts
The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center opens their yearlong exhibition, Reverie: Realizing a Collection, on Sept. 26 that will run through Dec. 10....
Alumni Awards Recognize Achievements, Contributions
Six alumni and one dedicated staff member are the recipients of 2014 alumni awards from the Saint Anselm College Alumni Association. These awards are presented annually in recognition of outstanding achievement or contributions to the college....
New Residence Unites Living and Learning
The College's newst residence hall, the Living Learning Commons, houses 150 students in addition to conference rooms, private and group study spaces and common areas....
Saint Anselm Ranks in Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges
Saint Anselm College is ranked in the top tier of the U.S. News & World Report's 2015 ranking of best national liberal arts colleges....
9/12 Generation Project: National Anthem Sing-Along
Saint Anselm College students, faculty, and staff will participate in a nationwide singing of the National Anthem on Friday, Sept. 12 at 1:00 p.m. on the Quad in front of Alumni Hall. Billy Endicott '16, of Malden, Mass. will lead the singing of the Anthem....
Cameron Wood '15 Named Holmes Scholar
Saint Anselm College has selected Cameron Wood '15, an English major from Salisbury, Mass., as the Fr. Bernard Holmes, O.S.B., scholar for the 2014-2015 academic year....
“Day One” for Class of 2018
The Class of 2018 arrived on campus Friday morning, bringing fans, blenders, refrigerators, Pop-Tarts, pillows, and stuffed animals. Luckily, they had plenty of help from parents, siblings, friends, orientation leaders, resident assistants, and athletic teams....
New Faculty Ready to Teach
Seven assistant professors join the college's distinguished faculty this fall, bringing teaching and research experience in areas such as Alzheimer's Disease, African history, and the reason why snakes flick their tongues....