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English Professor Studies Townes Van Zandt
Philosophy, English and pop culture shared common ground on Jan. 22, with a presentation given by Professor Ann Norton entitled "Townes Van Zandt: Outlaw Country Existentialist Poet."...
English Major Selected for 2014 Gordon Fellowship
Junior Ryan Sandford, an English major, communication minor, has been chosen as the 2014 Albert J. Gordon Summer Research Fellow....
English Major Receives Fulbright Award
Senior Rebecca Jordan has received a Fulbright Student Award to teach English in Germany next year....
Elementary school students participate in an "Hour of Code"
Students from Saint Benedict Academy in Manchester, NH and Saint Francis of Assisi School in Litchfield, NH worked with Computer Science students from Saint Anselm College, learning how to "code" by developing their choice of video games: "Star Wars," "Flapping Bird" and "Minecraft" among others....
Electing The Fifth Abbot
On June 5, 2012, an important period of monastic and college leadership comes to an end. Abbot Matthew Leavy, O.S.B., will step down as abbot of Saint Anselm Abbey and chancellor of the college. He was elected by his confreres in March 1986, just over 26 years ago, making him one of the longest serv...
Education Students Take Part in Mock Interviews
Saint Anselm students in the field of education received an education of there own during the department's annual mock interview event with area principals. ...
Education Majors Inducted into Honor Society
On Saturday, Dec. 6, 40 Saint Anselm students were inducted for the first time, into the Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society in Education at a ceremony in the Cushing Center...
Economics Students Explore Wall Street
Ten economics and business students and two professors traveled to New York City recently, visiting several locations in the nation’s financial capital, such as the New York Stock Exchange and the Federal Reserve....
Ebola Questions Answered by College Staff, Alumni
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is a concern for travelers, health care workers, and others. On campus and further afield, members of the Saint Anselm College community are dealing with the issues and concerns it brings to their work and their lives....
Early-State Polling: Sanders Gains As Clinton Shows Signs of Weakness
June 25 - Newly released, simultaneous polls in Iowa and New Hampshire show Bernie Sanders is gaining on Hillary Clinton in the Democratic 2016 nominating race....