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In Memoriam: Long Time History Professor John "Jack" Lynch '44
John A. Lynch, professor emeritus of history and a member of the Class of 1944, died December 11 at The Lahey Clinic following a brief illness. He was 89....
In Context: Professor Moore Discusses the Jimmy Carter-Edward Kennedy Rivalry
Andrew Moore, associate professor of history, is writing a book about Carter and in a video, he discusses this famous rivalry among these two leading Democrats of their day...
Hurricane Irene (UPDATED 8/28)
Because of the dangers posed by Hurricane Irene, Saint Anselm College will delay the move-in of returning students to Monday, Aug. 29, starting at noon. Classes will start on Tuesday, Aug. 30....
Hoodie Allen to Headline Spring Concert
Campus Activities Board, the programming arm of Student Government at Saint Anselm College has announced that musician Hoodie Allen will headline the college's spring concert Thursday, April 25....
Holy Week Opportunities
Saint Anselm College's Holy Week schedule...
Hofmesiter Talks Alternative Energy and The Economy
More than 130 guests filled the auditorium at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College Monday night to hear from John Hofmeister, the former president of Shell Oil Company who recently founded an organization called Citizens for Affordable energy. He spoke...
History in the Making: 50 Years of Politics
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library is a vital, active center of Saint Anselm College today and a significant political arena in local, state and national politics....
Hills in Echo: Charles Curtis Allen, N.A., American Painter
The Chapel Art Center is pleased to organize this exhibition of works by New England artist Charles Curtis Allen, N.A., 1886-1950. A member of the group of painters who immediately followed the famous "Boston School," Allen trained at the Worcester Museum School under Hermann Dudley Murphy and Phili...
Hawks to Host "Pink in the Rink" Fundraiser
Both the men's and women's ice hockey teams will be raising awareness and funds this weekend to help the fight against breast cancer with all proceeds benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Wing at Catholic Medical Center....
Hawks Advance With Win In NE-10 Tournament
Sophomore Tito Lluberes went 3-for-5, drove in three runs and keyed a huge eight-run sixth inning as the Saint Anselm College baseball team posted a 14-8 victory against Le Moyne College in its first game of the double elimination portion of the Northeast-10 Championship on Friday afternoon at Frank...