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Students Participate in Annual Gingerbread House Competition
On Wednesday, Nov. 28, 400 Saint Anselm College students descended upon Davison Hall to participate in the annual Gingerbread House Competition. ...
Students Live and Learn Together in First LLC Course
As the fall semester comes to a close, so too does the college's first course to put the often-heard phrase "living-learning community" into practice. Sixteen students in Professor Josephson's course live together as well as go to class together....
Students Lead Furniture, Clothes, and Food Drive
The annual Furniture, Clothing, and Food (FCF) Drive, begins Tuesday May 7 as Saint Anselm students collect clothes, food, furniture, toys and other household items to distribute to local Manchester families....
Students Introduced to the Benefits of Liberal Arts
Biology professor Eric Berry opened the academic year with a talk to first-year students about the broad foundation that a liberal arts education offers for a meaningul life....
Students Inducted into Hispanic Honor Society
Saint Anselm College has announced the acceptance of 19 students into Sigma Delta Pi (SDP), the national collegiate Hispanic Honor Society....
Students Help Communities in Need During Break
On Jan. 4, 109 Saint Anselm students embark on student-led volunteer trips to organizations around the country to help people in need....
Students Gain Real-World Experience Through Flatley Fellowship
This past summer seven students interned at companies across New England thanks to the Flatley Summer Fellowship Fund....
Students Find Ancient Artifacts at Archaeological Dig
For 20 Saint Anselm College students, returning to campus also means returning to the present. They spent the summer in the distant past, unearthing items that were used by Etruscans and Romans more than 2,000 years ago....
Students Experience Tropical Biology in Belize
Eleven Saint Anselm College students and two faculty members spent May 18-29 studying the complex biological ecosystems of Belize through the global seminar course: Field Studies in Tropical Biology. ...
Students Experience History and Culture in Vietnam
Six Saint Anselm College students and associate professor of history, Matthew Masur travel through Vietnam Dec. 28 to January 11 as part of the history department course, "Vietnam Past and Present."...