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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)....
Retired Boston FBI Head Warren Bamford '80 Comments on the Capture of Mobster Whitey Bulger
Reached for comment by the Eagle Tribune after the arrest of Bulger, Bamford said "notorious gangsters like [Bulger] don't just launder money, loanshark, intimidate, and brutally murder people. They also meticulously plan their own escape strategies..."...
Republican Candidates Meet in Early Primary Debate
Seven Republican candidates for the U.S. presidency met before a worldwide television audience on June 13 in the New Hampshire Republican Presidential Debate at Saint Anselm College's Sullivan Arena. More than 300 journalists were on campus, as well as 100 or so staff members of CNN, which sponsored...
Odyssey Writing Workshop to Hold its 16th Summer Session at Saint Anselm College
More than a dozen writers from the United States, Canada, Sweden and Australia will meet on the Saint Anselm College campus this summer to participate in the 16th annual Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. From June 6 to July 15, writers of science fiction, horror and fantasy fiction will hone their c...
Saint Anselm College Offers Three New Majors
Peace and Justice Studies, Environmental Politics and Sustainability, and Physics are now among the 38 choices of study that students can consider for the Fall 2011 semester. American Studies, Elementary Education Studies, and Communication were added in to the roster of majors in the 2010-2011 acad...
Fr. Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B. Presidential Remarks to Class of 2011
Every graduating class at Saint Anselm has some marks of distinction and this one is no exception. I will mention just a few. With the extraordinary number of Summa cum Laude graduates, I salute this class's academic accomplishments that have set a new bar of excellence for all who follow you. One...
Rebecca K. Newell Student Commencement Address to Class of 2011
In these past few weeks, as we prepare to depart Saint Anselm College, memories have come flooding back to all of us. Tearful, hilarious, and poignant remembrances of a life time of intellectual and spiritual growth all wrapped up in four short years. I have one last memory to share with you now t...
Archbishop Lacroix Urges Saint Anselm Graduates to Strive for Faithfulness and Holiness
The Most Reverend Gerald Cyprien Lacroix, I.S.P.X., Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada, urged graduates of Saint Anselm College to live lives guided by holiness and faithfulness when he spoke at the college's 118th commencement ceremony, during which 440 students received their baccalaureate...
Prof. Beth Salerno Receives 2011 AAUP Distinguished Faculty Award
This award is given each year "for excellence in teaching and scholarship, contributions to the academic community through active and positive relations with colleagues and students, and an involved concern for humanity." Saint Anselm prides itself on a faculty that are experts in their field and di...