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Baseball Earns Second-Ever Bid to NCAA Regional
For just the second time ever, the Saint Anselm College baseball team has earned a bid to the NCAA Division II Baseball Championship. The selection committee announced Sunday night that the Hawks will take part in the East Regional, which is being held across town at Southern New Hampshire Universit...
Behind-the-Scenes Work Gives Students Unparalleled Experience
Just as with past N.H. primary seasons, Saint Anselm College students get behind-the-scenes experience, meet important political figures, and have unparalleled access to first-in-the-nation politics....
Benedictine Heritage Week
As a Benedictine college, Saint Anselm celebrates Benedictine Heritage Week March 18 - 22 with a variety of events for the college community....
Benedictine Heritage Week Commemorates Saint Anselm Founding
Saint Anselm College is celebrating our founding legacy with Benedictine Heritage Week, April 2 to 8 providing students, faculty, and staff with opportunities to study the college's history, tradition, and intellectual values....
Benedictine Heritage Week Events
Saint Anselm College will be celebrating its Benedictine origins with Benedictine Heritage Week, March 16 to 22. These events are centered around the college's commemoration of the Feast of Saint Benedict on Fri., March 22. ...
Biology Honor Society Welcomes 16 Saint Anselm College Students
The national biological honor society Beta Beta Beta (also known as TriBeta) has extended membership to 16 Saint Anselm College students. ...
Biology Professor Conducts Fieldwork in Western U.S.
Biology professor Jay Pitocchelli is traveling the western United States and Canada this summer conducting fieldwork on the bird, the MacGillivray’s Warbler....
Biology Professor Helps Restore American Chestnut Tree
Biology profoessor Eric Berry is spending his summer working on a long-term project to re-introduce a blight-resistant chestnut tree into North America. ...
Biology Professor Peter Larson Publishes Book on Running
Biology professor Peter Larson publishes a book on running form, footwear, and injuries....
Biology Professor's Running Research in New York Times
Peter Larson, a Saint Anselm College associate professor of biology, was featured in a New York Times Magazine article on Sunday, Nov. 6, for his research on the biomechanics of running. Larson, an evolutionary biologist, is interested in how your foot strikes the ground when you run and what type o...