E.J. Dionne, Columnist for The Washington Post

NHIOP Studio Busy After Romney Announcement

Live from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics studio tonight. Expect to see this background a lot — on numerous channels — in the months ahead. On this particular night, E.J. Dionne, columnist for The

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Wolf Blitzer at 2007 CNN Debates at Saint Anselm College

CNN to Make GOP Debate Footage Available Without Restrictions

From CNN.com: As previously announced, CNN will team up with Hearst Television’s WMUR-TV and the New Hampshire Union Leader to host a GOP primary debate in America’s first primary state. The debate featuring Republican candidates …

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Kingian Workshop at NHIOP

Students Participate in Kingian Nonviolence Workshop

On Saturday, January 23, 41 students, faculty, and staff attended a workshop on Kingian nonviolence at the NHIOP. Presented by the University of Rhode Island Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies, the workshop focused on …

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Alumni Judge Student Artwork for Juried '10

The 10th Juried Fine Arts Student Exhibition opened April 9, with 40 students displaying their work. The exhibited works were selected out of 120 submissions.

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Mary Kate with Bedford High School Students

Coins and Chemistry: Students Analyze an Ancient Artifact

Students from Bedford High School, 45 in all, used the beakers, solutions and instruments of Professor Mary Kate Donais’ chemistry lab to travel through time. Sophomores, juniors and seniors in the high school’s forensics and …

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Students Compete in Annual Gingerbread Decorating Contest

The building materials:  gingerbread cookies, sugar cubes, shredded wheat and green frosting. The project:  a house, an airplane or maybe a pink guitar.

About 400 Saint Anselm students acted as architects and builders of their …

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Nursing Alumna Lisa Kennedy Sheldon '78 Interviewed on NECN

Lisa Kennedy Sheldon '78 discussed the confusion set off by a government panel's new recommendations on mammograms. She appeared on NECN on Thursday, Nov. 19, during the news network's "Affairs of State" segment.

Sheldon says …

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Poet F.D. Reeve

Chapel Art Center Welcomes Poet F.D. Reeve

On Thursday, Nov. 19, Saint Anselm College welcomed renowned poet, F.D. Reeve, to the Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center to read his newly composed poem, A Girl and Two Doves. Reeve was commissioned …

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Women's Hockey Team Jumping Rope

Saint Anselm Community Battles Batten Disease in Decathlon

For a large number of Saint Anselm students, this past Sunday consisted of jumping rope, bowling, and three-legged races. Amidst all the excitement, there was one common cause drawing nearly 250 people, mostly comprised of …

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Marine Capt. Kyle Van De Giesen ’02 and Wife

Saint Anselm Mourns Fallen Hero, Marine Capt. Kyle Van De Giesen ’02

We invite you to honor Marine Capt. Kyle Van De Giesen '02 with your remembrances and comments, which you can provide by using this blog's commenting feature below.

Read message from Fr. Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., …

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