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Saint Anselm Ranks in Top Tier of National Liberal Arts Colleges
Saint Anselm College ranks in the top tier among national liberal arts colleges in U.S. News & World Report's 2014 edition of Best Colleges, the latest in several ratings that underscore the value of a Saint Anselm education....
Bready Chair Discusses Political Benefits to Reading Aristotle
Bready Professor Peter Josephson says Aristotle’s "On Poetics" has a lot to tell us about political life today. ...
Chapel Art Center Presents Exhibition of Contemporary Landscapes
The Chapel Art Center presents "Reflections of the Day," an exhibition of landscapes by contemporary artist Sandy Wadlington available through Dec. 7....
Fr. Augustine to Leave Position of Dean and Vice President
After serving 11 years in the position, Fr. Augustine Kelly, O.S.B, has decided to step down as vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college. ...
College Answers the Call for Interfaith Service
Saint Anselm College President Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo recently attended an interfaith engagement summit in Washington D.C. aimed at promoting community service and religious cooperation among colleges and students nationwide....
College Community Celebrates the Diaconal Ordination of Fr. John Paul
A member of the Saint Anselm monastic community, John Paul (Cory) James, O.S.B., was ordained a deacon by Bishop Joseph John Gerry, O.S.B., during Mass on Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the Abbey Church at Saint Anselm College....
Saint Anselm to Inaugurate Tenth President
Saint Anselm College celebrates a historic event this month: the installation of a new president on October 18. Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo is the college's tenth president and its first lay president in its nearly 125 years. ...
2006 Alumna Named a "Rising Star"
Ashley (Fielding) Conley, was selected as one of New Hampshire's "Rising Stars" in a recent ceremony attended by Governor Maggie Hassan and 300 members of the state business community....
New Works Added to College Art Collection
Father Iain MacLellan, O.S.B. recently added two important works to the permanent collection of the Chapel Art Center, expanding an already impressive range of paintings and art objects....
College Receives $125,000 Grant for Inclusiveness Effort
The funds donated by the Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation will be used over two years to aid programming at the Father Jonathan Multicultural Center and to support the success of minority students....