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National French Honor Society Inducts Five Students
Pi Delta Phi, the national collegiate French honor society, inducted five students from Saint Anselm College to the college's Kappa Epsilon chapter for the recently-completed 2016-2017 academic year....
National Business Honor Society Recognizes 15 Students as Members
Fifteen Saint Anselm College students are the newest members of Sigma Beta Delta, the international honor society for business, management and administration....
National Biology Honor Society Inducts 17 Students
Beta Beta Beta, the national Biology honor society, hasd inducted 17 Saint Anselm students....
National 9/11 Flag Returns to Saint Anselm This Week
The National 9/11 Flag, which held a place of honor at the inauguration of Saint Anselm College President Dr. Steven DiSalvo in October, will return to campus Thursday, April 10. ...
N.H. High School Students Study Government and Politics
Junior and senior high school students from across the state are studying the inner-workings of N.H. government and politics through July 24 at the NHIOP's Civic Leadership Academy...
Muslim Student Association Hosts Dinner to Promote Interreligious Dialogue
In an effort to raise awareness for the need of interreligious dialogue, the Saint Anselm College Muslim Student Association (MSA) is hosting a charity dinner and discussion at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Thursday, April 7 at 5 p.m....
Music Group to Perform Songs from Shakespeare's Plays
This year, as part of Saint Anselm College’s celebration of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, early modern music group, Ensemble Chaconne, will perform at the Dana Center on Wednesday, April 20 at 7 p.m....
Multifaith Prayer Room Opens in Cushing Center
Campus Ministry celebrated the opening of the college's first-ever multifaith prayer room today on the lower level of the Cushing Center, giving students and the Saint Anselm community of all faiths a quiet, private space for prayer....
Multicultural Center Named for Father Jonathan
The college Multicultural Center will be named for retiring president Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., and supported by a permanent fund in his name....
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...