Photos by Kim Casey, Zach Elliot ’21, M ’23, Christine Hochkeppel, Jason Kolnos, and Gil Talbot
Nurse Pinning Day was held on April 28, with 84 senior nursing majors receiving their Saint Anselm College nurse’s pin.
Two of this year’s Paul S. Coleman Annual Volunteer Award winners included Allison Shea ’23 for Outstanding Service Leadership (left) and Meredith Gebski ’23 for Outstanding Community Service.
Will Harvey ’23 and the Hawks men’s lacrosse team wrapped up the season with a 10-5 record, marking their third consecutive season with both 10 wins and with an appearance in the NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse Championship. Saint Anselm won its second-ever game in the NCAA tournament, a thrilling 17-16 victory over Mercy College before falling 10-9 to Mercyhurst in the championship quarterfinals.
The NHIOP hosted a special program highlighting Ukrainian war posters in May, titled “Our Fire Is Stronger Than Your Bombs.” Lada Kolomiyets, Veronika Yadukha, and Hanna Leliv, three scholars and translators currently at Dartmouth College, presented a selection of translations they have been working on over the past year.
Giant, salty pretzels were just one of the savory snacks available to students during PYCO in May.
Jillian Dorazio ’24 was named the John S. Whipple Scholar for 18th Century Studies. John Whipple, left, a former postulant at Saint Anselm Abbey established the scholarship to honor his father. Joseph A. Favazza, Ph.D., college president, presented her with the award on April 24.
Guest speaker photographer Rania Matar engages an audience member at a Fine Arts Series lecture and book signing at the Chapel Art Center in February.
Fr. Francis McCarty, O.S.B. ’10 walks by Alumni Hall during one of the first warmer days of spring.
Philosophy Professor Thomas Larson teaches students in his Ethics in Great Books class held this semester.
Spring may have been slow to arrive on the Hilltop this year, but blooming bushes and trees, like these lilacs, were worth the wait.
An end-of-year celebration to honor 2023 first-generation graduates was held on Alumni Quad with speeches, music, food, games, and plenty of fun.