We can all agree that Saint Anselm College is special. Our community of students, faculty, staff, monks, and alumni come to us with different backgrounds, beliefs, passions and voices. But there is one uncommon character trait that we all share: Each of us is an Anselmian.

Listen to some of the extraordinary voices of Saint Anselm College.

Meet our Everyday Anselmians

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  • Grace D'Antuono '19

    Grace D'Antuono is an international relations major, minoring in French, Spanish, and history. Grace is a student ambassador for Admission and NHIOP, and works as a student coordinator in the Meelia Center for Community Engagement, supporting seven sites. Her favorite Saint A's tradition is Road for Hope: "I think it's something that is very Anselmian."

  • Gary Bouchard, English Professor and Director of the Humanities Institute

    For the past 30 years, Gary Bouchard has been teaching Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature and other special topics and classes including some in the Conversatio program.

    His favorite campus memories are "recreated every April 23rd when alumni and others come back to read all of Shakespeare's sonnets ... all day long, in rainy weather, in sunny weather ... those memories themselves become memories and they all compound over the year."

  • Vicky Cassidy, College Bookstore Manager

    Vicky Cassidy has worked for the campus Bookstore for the past 10 years. Her favorite part of Saint Anselm is the community: "It’s the Anselm, Anselmian tradition, it’s the heart of the campus; it's the students, it’s the faculty, it’s the staff."

  • Sarah El Khoury '21

    Sarah El Khoury is an English major, peer minister, resident assistant, and very active with the Campus Activities Board and student activities; she's the entertainment director for CAB.

  • Fr. John Fortin, OSB '71

    Fr. John is a philosophy professor and member of the Board of Trustees for Saint Anselm College - serving on several committees, and the Board of Directors for the Woodside Priory School in California.

  • Madison Mangles '19

    Madison Mangles is a politics major with minors in history and campaign management, an NHIOP student ambassador and supervisor in the Survey Center, an Alpha Phi Omega member, a research student for the politics department, and a writer with the broadcast club. She also helps out with the annual Relay for Life.

  • Josh Hughes '20

    Josh Hughes is a computer science with business major, SGA President, and an NHIOP student ambassador and orientation leader.

  • Abby St Jean, 21

    English major Abby St Jean is a member of the Campus Activities Board and future participant in SBA and Road for Hope.

  • Eleni Rizzos ’21

    Eleni Rizzos is a nursing major, YWCA volunteer, orientation leader, and an ambassador for both the Admission and Alumni Offices.

  • Dennis Aveta ’20

    International relations major Dennis Aveta is an NHIOP student ambassador, a member of the men’s soccer club, and he's involved in the Intercultural Center.