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Citizenship Week 2012
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library and the Kevin Harrington Student Ambassadors' Civic Committee will host the annual Citizenship Week from Sept. 10-14, 2012....
College Commemorates 9/11 with Day of Service
This year, the college will commemorate the eleventh anniversary of September 11 with a week of events culminating to the 9/11 Remembrance and Day of Service on Saturday, September 15....
The Institute to Host Granite State Debates
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library will host the WMUR-TV, New Hampshire Union Leader Granite State Debates just before the state primary this fall....
Professors Write about Obama's Faith and Politics
Professors Peter Josephson and Ward Holder write about President Obama's faith and politics in newly published book, The Irony of Barack Obama....
Students Walk 130 Miles for Annual Road for Hope
On August 17, 47 Saint Anselm students begin the 130 mile trek from Lewiston, Maine to Saint Anselm College on the 14th annual Road for Hope. Walking-rain or shine-the students raise money for nine charities in Maine and N.H., many of which they will visit while on their walk....
College Welcomes Class of 2016
Saint Anselm is excited to welcome 546 first year students who are moving in Thursday, August 23 and beginning new student orientation....
Saint Anselm Welcomes New Faculty
Saint Anselm College welcomes nine new full time faculty members for the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year. ...
Romney, Ryan to Hold Town Hall at College
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and vice presidential pick, Congressman Paul Ryan, will hold Romney's 100th Town Hall event on campus on Monday, August 20....
Classics Professor Discovers First Ever Etruscan Pyramids in Italy
Classics professor David George and a group of Saint Anselm students and alumni discovered a series of pyramidal structures under the city of Orvieto, Italy....
Students Conduct Summer Research Through INBRE Grant
This summer 14 Saint Anselm College students are on campus conducting research funded by the New Hampshire INBRE program, which aims to increase biomedical research within the state. While supporting faculty projects, it emphasizes student participation in training, lab work, and independent researc...