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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...
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....
Saint Anselm Welcomes New Faculty
Saint Anselm welcomes 12 new full time faculty members for the beginning of the 2011-2012 academic year....
Saint Anselm College Remembers 9/11
The shocking and sorrowful events of Sept. 11, 2001, affected us all as a nation, as individuals and, at Saint Anselm College, as a community. We invite you to share your thoughts of 9/11, and your reflections on the anniversary on our college blog....
Fr. Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B. Announces The Passing of Robert "Bob" Collins '37
A member of the Class of 1937, Bob Collins was the first lay vice president at Saint Anselm. During his long career at the College he served as instructor in the English Department, director of public relations, vice president of college advancement, and Executive Vice President. His service to Sai...
Funeral Homily for Robert J. Collins
Earlier this week Robert Collins, Saint Anselm College Class of 1937, passed away. He was a dear friend of both the College and Abbey. He was buried yesterday morning from the Abbey Church. Abbot Matthew preached the following homily at the funeral Mass....
Professor Documents Seabird's First State Appearance
Hurricane Irene brought biology professor Jay Pitocchelli an unexpected chance to obtain a bird specimen never before recorded in New Hampshire. It was the first state record for a White-tailed Tropicbird. It was found on August 30 in Claremont, N.H. following the hurricane. ...
Institutes Of Politics At Harvard, Saint Anselm To Release NH Presidential Primary Poll Results October 10
The Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard University and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College are currently fielding a new poll (N=600) of likely Republican presidential primary voters in New Hampshire. Results will be released in advance of the Oct. 11 Republican debate ...
Pulitzer Prize Recipient, Poet Laureate Maxine Kumin Speaks at NHIOP
Pulitzer Prize Recipient and Poet Laureate Maxine Kumin will speak at the NHIOP on October 12 at 7 p.m. as part of NHIOP Bookmark Series and Chapel Art Center's Night of the Poet program....
NHIOP/Harvard Poll Shows Romney with 18 Point Lead In A "Race That Is Far From Settled;" Cain Emerges As Strong Contender
One-in-five likely New Hampshire Republican presidential primary voters support Herman Cain, in second place with 20 percent...