Saint Anselm Hawks women's hockey

Winning Weekend Positions Hawks Athletes for Postseason Competition

All six of Saint Anselm's winter sports teams were in action this past weekend, with wins and notable team efforts resulting in postseason bids for several teams. Women's skiing earned a United States College Ski …

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Students conduct an experiment during a previous Belize study trip

Creativity, Coral Reefs and Crime: A Sampling of Spring Semester Courses

Snorkel lessons, crafting elaborate stories, and discussing a current hot-button issue in American politics are only a sample of what students are learning about this semester on the Hilltop. Creative Writing: Poetry, Tropical Biology, and …

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Prof. Peter Josephson

Anselmians in Show Business Take Top Prizes

Three alumni and a politics professor received top prizes at the New Hampshire Theatre Awards ceremony on Jan. 31, 2015.

Peter Josephson, a Saint Anselm College professor of politics, was named best actor in the …

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Students work with Girls Inc. participants

Students "Dream" With Girls Inc.

When asked what their dream is for the world, one girl raised her hand and said, “My dream is for everyone to go to college.” A flurry of movement occurred shortly after the statement as …

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A snowy photo of Alumni Hall

SNOW-DAZE: Monday, February 9, 2015

The College will be closed Monday, February 9, 2015 due to winter weather. Curtailed operations for essential student services are detailed, below.

Students are reminded that with snow removal operations continuing through the day, parking …

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Music students perform at Saint Anselm College

Music Students on Stage

Eleven music performance students took the stage recently at the Dana Center auditorium, including four vocalists, five pianists, and two flautists. They were performing in the first Common Hour Music Concert of the spring semester, …

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A wintery campus scene

Snow Day Updates: Monday, February 2, 2015

The College will be closed Monday, February 2, 2015 due to winter weather. Students are reminded that with snow removal operations continuing through the day, parking regulations are being strictly enforced. Vehicles must be parked …

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Saint Anselm College, March for Life 2015 participants

Students Reflect on March For Life Experience

Last week, some twenty-five Anselmians journeyed to Washington, D.C. to participate in the March For Life. Organized by the Office of Campus Ministry, participants departed campus on the afternoon of Wednesday, January 21, and arrived …

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A scene from a winter storm on campus

Blizzard of 2015 – Campus Updates & Operating Hours

The College will be closed Tuesday, January 27.

Because the storm is supposed to continue into Wednesday morning, the College will monitor the progress of the blizzard and review the most up-to-date weather forecasts. Please …

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Mark Halperin & John Heileman

2014 In Review: New Hampshire's Home For Politics

History is made every day at New Hampshire's home for politics. Anyone who wants to be a participant, not merely a bystander, can do it at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library …

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