Eurochoir: Ash Wednesday in Prague

On Wednesday, the choir did a lot of sightseeing in Prague with our tour manager Karolina. We saw the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George's Basilica, the Golden Lane, Charles Bridge, St. Nicholas Church, …

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Nursing Dispatches from Italy

Students in the nursing course "Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness" are getting a first-hand look at how a health care system operates in a foreign country on a unique trip to Rome and Florence, …

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Eurochoir: Bratislava and Prague

On Monday, the choir left Budapest for Bratislava, the capital city of Solvakia. On the way we stopped at Pannonhalma Abbey, a Benedictine Archabbey in the hills of northwest Hungary near the border of Austria …

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Eurochoir Gets Underway in Budapest

Sunday morning and we were off and running in Budapest, Hungary. The day started with a two-hour bus tour of the city with our local guide. The tour included two photo stops, the first at …

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Saint Anselm's Andi Foss

Winter Teams Well Positioned for Post Season Competition

All six of the Saint Anselm Hawks winter teams are well positioned for post season competition as regular season action wraps up. The men's and women's ski programs will compete in regional championships at Sugarloaf …

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Snow removal at Saint Anselm College

Keeping Up with the Snow

With more than 36 inches of snow in the last week, the campus has quickly turned into a winter wonderland. But for the staff of Physical Plant and Safety and Security, it has meant work, …

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Saint Anselm's Roy Mabrey

Another Big Weekend Ahead for Hawks Hoops

On the heels of last weekend's nationally televised win over cross-town rival Southern New Hampshire, Saint Anselm men's basketball returns to Stoutenburgh Gymnasium for another key conference match this Saturday. The Hawks will play host …

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Saint Anselm beats SNHU in nationally televised basketball game

Hawks Beat SNHU in Nationally Televised Basketball Game

It was a great day to be a Hawk today as the Saint Anselm men’s basketball team beat cross-town rival Southern New Hampshire University 83-75 in front of 1,000 fans in Saint Anselm College's Stoutenburgh …

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A crowd builds in the Chapel Art Center

Chapel Art Opening Reception: A Student Perspective

Thursday, January 23rd marked the opening reception of the Chapel Art Center's first student-led exhibition, Students Select Working as Curators. Faculty, staff, and students mingled in the Chapel Art Center, and the atmosphere …

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History Professor Andrew Moore

History Professor Reflects on Martin Luther King, Jr.

As the country celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., history Professor Andrew Moore reflects on King’s impact then and now, 46 years later. In the Q&A below, Moore gives historical context to the movement King …

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