Photos by Geoff Bolte, Jason Kolnos, Leah LaRiccia
Saint Anselm volleyball returned to the NCAA Division II postseason in 2022, opening play by defeating the reigning East Region Champions from Daemen in straight sets.
Campus was decorated with flags from around the world during Multicultural Day. Also part of the festivities—music, food, and live performances.
The vibrant colors of fall, combined with a blue-sky day, create a memorable backdrop for the Geisel Library.
Former vice president Mike Pence visited campus earlier this year for the NHIOP’s signature Politics & Eggs event.
Br. Celestine Hettrick, O.S.B., gallery intern this academic year at the Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center, installs an early American portrait for Dilecta: Reflections on a Permanent Collection, Part I. Dilecta is a yearlong exhibition recognizing both the origins and growth of the collection.
Head of Circulation for the Geisel Library Martha Dickerson displays one of the more than 3,000 books for sale during the library’s 32nd annual book sale held during Family Weekend—a beloved tradition among staff, faculty, students, and their families.
As part of their welcome-back activities for students, CAB hosted goat yoga in front of Alumni Hall.
More than 1,000 Anselmians returned to the Hilltop for the first in-person Homecoming Weekend since 2019.
Ahmad Brown ’24 stands with Professor Marigen Learnard of the Modern Languages and Literatures Department during a Spanish 2 class.
Fresh-baked cider donuts are a sure sign of fall on the Hilltop.
Abbot Mark Cooper, O.S.B. ’71 walks with newly arrived members of the Class of 2026 into Davison Dining Hall for their banner-hanging ceremony.