St. Patrick's Day Photos

The Saint Behind the Shamrocks

St. Patrick's DaySt. Patrick is not the patron saint of alcohol consumption. He did not drink green beer and likely did not drive snakes from Ireland.

So who is this man hidden behind a shroud of shamrocks?…

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Great Depression Bread and Milk Line

The Great Depression and Today’s Financial Crisis

Great Depression Bread and Milk LineOn March 11, a panel consisting of professors Andrew Moore (history), James Mahoney (philosophy), Jonathan Acuff (politics), and John Romps (economics and business) discussed the Great Depression relative to our country’s current economic crisis.

Professor …

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student in Honduras

Reflecting on the Spring Break Alternative Experience

I may be thousands of miles from Honduras, yet a part of me is still there. I'll always remember my first visit to this country and forge ahead with a new found appreciation for how …

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Prof. David George and Matthew Gonzales in History Channel Series, "Battles BC"

Professor David George on the History ChannelDavid George, classics professor and chair, will be a regular face on the History Channel for eight weeks beginning Monday, March 9, when he offers historic perspective in the series, Battles BC.

Starting …

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Mark Halperin and Saint Anselm College Students

Time's Mark Halperin Meets With Students and Lectures at NHIOP

Mark Halperin and Saint Anselm College StudentsOn February 23, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) welcomed Time editor-at-large and political analyst Mark Halperin to campus for a full day of activities and an evening lecture.

Halperin began his day meeting …

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On February 11, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) hosted a lecture by online political journalist Jonathan Martin. Martin is senior political director and White House correspondent for A podcast of his talk …

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students at the Gultori Refugee School

Trading Pennies for Pencils: Students Raise Money for a School in Central Asia

students at the Gultori Refugee School Today's struggling economy threatens the value of the penny, but a group of Saint Anselm College students are committed to restoring Abraham Lincoln's battered popularity.

The students of Professor Thomas Fitzpatrick's Social Entrepreneurship class have …

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student in South Dakota on SBA 2008

Saint Anselm Students Seek a Spring Break Alternative

Beginning Friday, Feb. 27, Saint Anselm College students will board vans and planes bound for sites across the United States and Central America, and will spend their spring break rehabilitating homes, working with children, and …

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Alumni Hall

Bishop's Fund Grants $5,000 to English for New Americans

The Bishop’s Charitable Assistance Fund is supporting English language instruction for immigrants and refugees in the Manchester area with a $5,000 donation to the English for New Americans program coordinated by Saint Anselm College.

Since …

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Abbey Players present medley from Seussical the Musical

Abbey Players Celebrate 60 Years

On Saturday, Feb. 21, students joined forces with alumni on the stage and behind the scenes as the Anselmian Abbey Players celebrated 60 years on the hilltop with an alumni revue, Once a Player, Always

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