Philosophy in the Netherlands at Saint John's Cathedral in 's-Hertogenbosch

Philosophy Students in the Netherlands

During spring break, philosophy professors Robert Anderson and Joshua Tepley and 12 Saint Anselm College students traveled to the Netherlands as part of a global seminar: philosophy course, PH212: Medieval Philosophy.

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EuroChoir at Kylemore Abbey

Eurochoir 2016: Updates from Ireland

During spring break, Choir Director Brandon Ring and 42 members of the Saint Anselm College Choir will embark on a 10-day journey to Ireland for their bi-annual European Concert Tour including visits to various abbeys, …

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Tim Guers

Post Season Push: Hawks Seek Championships

It's a great weekend to be a Hawk! Three teams are in action this weekend, seeking championships and continued postseason play. In the friendly confines of Sullivan Arena, women's hockey will host the New England …

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Printmaking with Josh Dannin

Printmaker-in-Residence Joins Fine Art Department

Craftsman Josh Dannin recently joined the Department of Fine Arts as the new studio art technician and printmaker-in-residence. The department welcomed Dannin to Saint Anselm on Tuesday, Feb. 16 with an open house and special …

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Students in the college fitness center

Financial Crises, Weight Lifting & Comedians: A Sampling of 2016 Spring Courses

Financial downfalls, strength and conditioning, and some of America's best-known female comedians will be studied by dozens of students as the semester unfolds over the next few months. We spoke with faculty teaching these three …

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Lauren Wanless (l) with NBC's Andrea Mitchell and Colleen Sears

"All Access:" Working for NBC News During the N.H. Primary

MSNBC anchor Brian Williams gave me some of the best career advice I’ve ever received. He explained that in order to make it big, you have to start small, take risks, and take advantage of …

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The Saint Anselm Abbey Church

Ash Wednesday: A Reflection by Abbot Matthew, O.S.B.

Today's celebration of Ash Wednesday helps us to answer the three most important questions in life. Who are we most deeply? Where are we going? And how are we going to get there?

Let's look …

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Communication students tour the Google spin room at the GOP Debate

Touring Google: Students Visit Media Filing Center

For the latest round of GOP debates, Google has partnered with the Republican National Committee (RNC) to bring a new and improved interactive media filing center to debate venues. This week, the venue is Saint …

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Students watch the GOP Debate from the Dana Center

Anselmian Pride: Student Watch Party in Dana Center

Show time! As the candidates took center stage at Republican Presidential Primary Debate in Saint Anselm College’s Carr Center, more than 200 students took their own seats in the Koonz Theatre at the Dana Center.…

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Saint Anselm College alumna Ashley Pratte

Reporting from the Hilltop: Alumna Covers Republican Debate

The Republican Presidential Primary Debate and N.H. Primary have brought journalists from near and far to Saint Anselm College including alumna Ashley Pratte '11, a senior political reporter for LifeZette, who is happy to be …

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