PORTRAITS Along the Way: A Tribute to the Humanities Program

About the Humanities: Does the Study of the Past Have a Future?

On April 29, Saint Anselm College celebrated the humanities in a program called "Portraits Along the Way: A Tribute to the Humanities Program." The afternoon programs marked the full transition from Portraits of Human Greatness …

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A fireworks graphic depicts "2014"

The "Anselmian Grand Finale" Marks Close of Academic Year

A professional fireworks display will be offered as a grand finale to the academic year, announced Guy Sergi, class of 2014 president. The show, a first for the college, is scheduled to begin at 8:15 …

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Tayla Trask '15

Hawks in the Playoffs: Softball, Lacrosse Advance To Post-Season Play

Three of Saint Anselm's spring squads will advance to play in the post-season this year. Softball has captured a share of the Northeast Division Regular-Season title with an impressive 15-6 division record. Women's lacrosse will …

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Senior nursing students process into the Abbey Church

Saint Anselm Senior Nursing Majors Receive Nurse's Pin

Today was a special day for 83 senior nursing majors as they received their Saint Anselm nurse’s pin in the 2014 pinning ceremony in the Abbey Church.

A tradition dating back to 1860, the pinning …

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Dickerson

SPRINGFEST: Presented by Campus Activities Board

April 22 to April 29 will be a week to remember on the Hilltop. Campus Activities Board presents a full week of programming, ranging from comedians to live music, capped off with the annual celebration: …

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Ally Doyle '13 (left) holds an American flag during the Sunday vigil held on campus following the Boston Marathon bombings. Photo courtesy of Jay Reiter and the New Hampshire Union Leader.

Anselmians Are "Boston Strong"

During this week of tributes and memorials for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and their families, many members of the Saint Anselm College community are affected by the one-year anniversary of this tragic …

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The American flag flies before Alumni Hall

We Will Run Again: Erica (Savino) Moffatt '00

This spring is, of course, the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. I was there, volunteering at Mile 21, and like so many others had a really life-changing experience. My experience motivated me to …

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Spring

Events Abound As Academic Year Concludes

With fewer than fifteen days of classes remaining in the semester, and spring weather finally arriving on the Hilltop, students will find their calendars full of academic commitments and plenty of fun over the next …

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Luminaria bags at the 2013 Relay for Life

Sr. Pauline "Relay For Life" Steps Off Friday Night

In what has become one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, more than 650 Anselmians will gather to honor cancer survivors, promote how individuals can reduce their cancer risk, and raise money …

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Monastic beer and cheese awaits sampling

College Celebrates its Benedictine Origins

Saint Anselm College is celebrating its Benedictine origins with Benedictine Heritage Week. This week provides students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to study the college's heritage and history. Events are centered around the college's commemoration …

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