THE FRANCO-AMERICAN COLLECTIONS: SPECIAL AND DISTINCTIVE By Keith P. Chevalier Read the story →
From the President
From the President So many members of our Anselmian community have impressive stories to tell, each one representing their own unique personal and professional journey, and yet these individuals are united by the foundation of a Saint Anselm education. Read Dr. Favazza’s letter →
On the Hilltop
On the Hilltop Keep up to date on all the happenings at Saint Anselm College over the past months. Read the stories →
Scene on Campus
Scene on campus Explore the gallery of images captured on campus and enjoy the visual beauty of your hilltop home. See the scenes →
Roger and Francine Jean have demonstrated a deep commitment to Saint Anselm for decades, funding endowed and annual scholarships, and more recently by making a generous gift that helped transform the former Cushing Student Center into the hub of campus activities, the Roger and Francine Jean Student Center.
Alumni News Read about what your fellow Anselmians have been up to and submit your own class notes for future issues. Get the news →
New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassadors Isabella Langella ’25 and Michael McLaughlin ’25 spent the summer combing through the NHIOP archives to curate hundreds of political buttons spanning several decades. The framed button displays, which are organized by political party, as well as special interest groups, can be found in the West Wing of the Institute. Not yet included in these displays are buttons from the 2024 presidential election. The NHIOP welcomed (and continues to welcome) candidates through their signature Politics & Eggs series, as well as other events—and the college once again hosted the only New Hampshire-based debate, held on January 18, as a lead up to the Granite State’s First in the Nation Primary.