The Power of a Dream

Rev. HamiltonRev. Hurmond Hamilton was just a small boy sitting in a little, red rocking chair when the image of a man flashed across the television screen. The man was giving a speech and sharing his …

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Andrea Berlin ‘08: The Hawks’ Foundation

Andrea Berlin '08 Andrea Berlin maintains she is still pleasantly puzzled by the sequence of events that resulted in her arrival on the Hilltop nearly four years ago.

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Window to Opportunity

Coming back on campus this semester was such a strange transition. The campus no longer held the infamous Fox Box and we could no longer enter Cushing and encounter hundreds of celebrities hanging out and …

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Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Win Big

sife at bc The Saint Anselm College Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Chapter won third place at the Boston College Duel on the Heights Competition on January 19.

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Back To Reality

It's a little surreal that the Primary is over. In the first week of January, I was weaving in and out of satellite trucks parked on the Quad and avoiding walking through a live shot …

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The Connections Between Hip-Hop and Social Justice

Dr MuhammadHip-Hop music's pounding beats and pumping lyrics have become highly regarded by nearly every student in the county. On a chilly January afternoon, Saint Anselm College students, staff, and faculty filled the Cushing Center to …

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Those Were the Days

One of the best things about going to school at Saint Anselm College is the feeling that you really belong. Well, unless it's N.H. primary debate week.

At other schools, students must show their IDs …

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Maureen Kenney and Viggo Mortensen

I'm Within Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon

Six DegreesTonight, I had the opportunity to meet Viggo Mortensen, an avid supporter for Dennis Kucinich and the famous Aragorn from The Lord of the Rings films.

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Life in "The White Hot Center of the Universe"

When things started to pick up before the debates on Saturday afternoon, I knew it was going to be an exciting evening. The energy on campus was high and everyone in a few mile radius …

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More Than a Paycheck

Caitlin Patenaude '11 (l) and Lauren Weybrew '08 (r)I’ve spent the past few days working for ABC News and despite the extremely long hours, lack of sleep, and caffeine diet, I would do it all over again. My duties started on Jan. 3, …

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