CBS News Interviews Students on Youth Vote

CBS News Interviews Students About Youth Vote

CBS News Interviews Students on Youth VoteThe CBS Evening News looked to Saint Anselm students when preparing a segment on the youth vote in New Hampshire.

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Joseph Hall

Campus Construction Continues

Fitness CenterA busy fall of academics, recreation, and leisure on the campus of Saint Anselm College has been joined by the buzz of construction this year.

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New Video Highlights Student Involvement in New Hampshire Primary

Be sure to check out the college’s newest video, which highlights all the behind-the-scenes action on campus leading up to the New Hampshire Primary, including the CNN Debates, ABC/Facebook Debates, and Fox News Channel's reporting …

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Author Azar Nafisi Speaks at NHIOP

Nafisi speaking at NHIOPOn September 10, Dr. Azar Nafisi, scholar and best selling author of Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.

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Inside Karma


Inside KarmaIt is fitting that my final blog should be inspired by ‘Karma’, the nightclub where I spent the last few hours of my two-week political excursion.

Citysearch of Minneapolis describes ‘Karma: "Dress to the nines

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Republican National Convention

Danger Zone (God and Country)

2008 Convention Odyssey is at an end and this is my next to last post. As I drove around St. Paul and Minneapolis this afternoon and reflected on all that has taken place, Kenny Loggins’ …

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Sen. John McCain

Raising McCain

A chill went through my being as John Rich’s new song, “Raising McCain,” serenaded the Xcel Energy Center, while John and Cindy McCain stood waiving to a cheering crowd while being covered in waves of …

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Republicans Get Their Groove Back

The Republicans Find Their Groove (and a Few Good Women)

Republican National ConventionDuring these two weeks I have discovered that as political parties, the Democrats and Republicans are simply incomparable. At least this cycle, the Republicans are the poorer sibling. The Republicans have much less money, their …

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Karl Rove

Forgetting Myself

Karl RoveMy wife Rachel is a tremendous centering force in my life. I need her just now.

My former student, Tom DeRosa, called me last night to ask if I would speak this morning at the …

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Sen. Joe Lieberman

When Did Blue Become Red?

I’m glad I’ve got tenure, because I am beginning to wonder if I have ever understood American politics. This two-week immersion into Presidential Campaigns and Conventions is completely altering my understanding of the two parties.…

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