Digging for History

A story about the archaeological dig in Italy run by David George, classics professor and chair, and Linda Rulman, classics lecturer, and including seven Saint Anselm students ran July 16 in the New

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Reading Anything Good?

Mica Stark, managing director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, gave his current reading list to Drew Cline, New Hampshire Union Leader editorial page editor, who posted it on his blog. Cline …

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Writers’ Summer Odyssey

Jeanne Cavelos’ Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop, which the science fiction author and Saint Anselm College English lecturer runs on campus for six weeks every summer, received coverage by the Concord Monitor. Look for mover coverage …

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Presidential Candidates Plant Staffers in NH

Dante Scala, associate professor of politics, discussed the practice by likely presidential candidates of supplying state-level staffers for New Hampshire politicians. "You build up goodwill among the core activists within the party, but there's also …

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'69 Alumni Win the Scholarship Golf Tourney

Members of the Class of 1969 were the winners of Saint Anselm College’s 16 Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, which raised nearly $37,000 to help worthy students receive a Saint Anselm education.

The ’69 winning …

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The Future of N.H.'s "First in the Nation" Primary

Dante Scala, associate professor of politics, appeared as a guest today on New Hampshire Public Radio's The Exchange. Listen here ››

Excerpt of Show Notes (from NHPR.org):
This weekend, the DNC's rules committee meets …

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Civic Leadership Academy Trains High School Students as N.H.'s Future Leaders

CLA student participantsFor many high school students, making the most of New Hampshire’s short summer means heading to the beach. For 20 of the state’s top students, however, it means spending two weeks learning about civics in …

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Dante Scala Noted in ABC's "The Note"

“If you do not know who Scott Spradling (WMUR-TV reporter), Dante Scala (our own associate professor of politics), and (New Hampshire Secretary of State) Bill Gardner are, you are likely not running for president.” That’s …

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Interview with Prof. Beth Salerno

Civil War Book Review interviewed Beth Salerno, associate professor of history, regarding her book, Sister Societies: Women's Antislavery Organizations in Antebellum.

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Cocktails, Theology, and Prof. Spoerl

If you saw Kelley Spoerl, associate professor and chair of theology, at the Strange Brew Tavern in Manchester recently, it wasn’t because she popped in for a drink. She was a guest of the Diocese …

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