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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....
Moving Day is a Team Effort
More than 500 new students arrived on the Saint Anselm campus this morning with considerable help from parents, siblings, friends, orientation leaders, and resident assistants. Everyone seemed to get into the act, including monks and administrators. Fr. Mathias Durette, O.S.B., was seen toting a big...
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...
Students Walk for Charity
A total of 40 Saint Anselm College students will walk 130 miles in eight days starting Saturday, Aug. 20, when they leave Lewiston, Maine, for Saint Anselm College on the 13th annual Road for Hope....
Saint Anselm Earns High Marks on Forbes, Princeton Review Rankings
Saint Anselm College ranks 85 this year among America's Top Colleges, an annual ranking prepared for Forbes. It also is among Princeton Review's 376 Best American Colleges, scoring high marks in the Best Campus Food and Most Beautiful Campus categories....
Primary Awards Banquet to Honor Senators John Kerry and John McCain, and the late David Broder
The New Hampshire Primary Awards recognize and honor individuals who have demonstrated strong support for the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire Presidential Primary, and celebrate the important role this national political institution plays in the presidential selection process....
International Relations Major Speaks About Debt Crisis at DC Conference
Troubled about the Congressional gridlock on raising the country's debt ceiling, international relations major, Marissa Serafino, joined a student coalition that put her in front of the microphone at a nationally televised press conference....
NHIOP Announces New Advisory Board Members
The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College is pleased to announce the addition of nine new Public Advisory Board members from the political and business communities....
Samantha Bagley of Pembroke, NH Participates in Summer Research Fellowship
Samantha Bagley of Pembroke, NH is spending her summer researching at Saint Anselm College's New Hampshire Institute of Politics as the 2011 Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow. The fellowship is designed to offer an opportunity for an outstanding student or recent alumnus to gain experience tha...
Work Continues this Summer at Archaeology Dig in Italy
Over the past six seasons, they have uncovered evidence for occupation of the site dating from the 8th c. BCE all the way to the 16th c. CE (as well as random realia from World War II). To date, the site's strongest phases are Etruscan and Roman (Republican, Early Imperial, and Late Antique)....