The Dante Effect

Dante Scala, associate professor of politics, has been in big demand in recent weeks. Before, during and after New Hampshire's Sept. 12 primary, Scala's comments could be seen, heard and read widely.

On Aug. 30, …

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Subscribing to Saint Anselm Content Just Got Easier

Much of Saint Anselm College's news content is available by subscription. Visitors may subscribe to receive news updates in their e-mail box or through RSS (Really Simple Syndication) each time we update our Web site.…

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Teresa Mendez-Faith Shares Compelling Story of Family and a Dictatorship with The Boston Globe

The Mendez Family in 1955The Boston Globe interviewed Teresa Mendez-Faith, professor of Modern Languages and Literature, upon the death of General Alfredo Stroessner, the brutal former dictator of Paraguay who forced her father and family into a lifetime of …

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Fr. Jonathan Delivers Homily During Opening Mass

On the first day of classes, Fr. Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., president of Saint Anselm College, delivered the homily during the academic year's opening mass. You can listen to a podcast of his homily or read …

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Grade Inflation: When is an A Really an A?

Fr. Peter Guerin, O.S.B., was quoted in a Foxnews.com article on August 24, titled Grading: Is Honesty the Best Policy? On a similar note, Portraits, the college's alumni magazine, featured an article on grade …

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Meg Carson's Book Spawns a Documentary on Vietnam Nurses

A forthcoming book by Meg Carson, associate professor of nursing, is the basis for a documentary on Vietnam War nurses that will premiere Aug 18 and 19 on WE TV. "Vietnam Nurses with Dana …

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'99 Alumna Joins Foreign Service

Lilly Wahl-Tuco '99 is heading for France. Recently sworn into the American Foreign Service, she has been assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Paris as a vice consul, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported in …

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Scala on Blogosphere, Exec Council

"This race will drive perceptions of how powerful the blogosphere is," Dante Scala, associate professor of politics, told the Hartford Courant Aug. 9 following Sen. Joe Leiberman's primary upset by a previously little known challenger.  …

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Ward Holder in Nashua Telegraph

R. Ward Holder, associate professor of theology, spoke to a Nashua Telegraph reporter for an Aug. 6 article about small religious congregations that have no traditional church. "This is the growing edge of American …

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Mark Sullivan '77 Discusses Rise to Top

The new head of the U.S. Secret Service launched his career as an Arlington boy and recent Saint Anselm grad who hoped to someday head the Boston field office. But when he joined the agency, …

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