“Ever Dear Anselmia” : Early College Life

On September 5, 1893, 15-year-old Francis (“Frank”) Amberg from Newark, New Jersey, was en route to Manchester, New Hampshire, to begin his college studies. A number of other young men …

College Drive, circa 1940s

Hard-wired for Success: Robert K. Weiler '73, HD '00

The executive vice president of global business units at the software giant, Oracle Corporation, loves techie gadgets. He has the latest devices and apps — and uses all of them. …

Robert K. Weiler ’73, HD ’00

Art “For God’s Sake” : The Paintings of Fr. Raphael

As a gallery attendant at the Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center, I worked under the gallery’s beautiful murals for many hours. Some of the images were easily recognizable …

Chapel Art Center ceiling (detail)

On the Hilltop

Mark Halperin and John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics

Saint Anselm Partners with Bloomberg Politics

Bloomberg Politics and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm … [Read More...]

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Tom E. Curran ’89

Patriots Insider: Tom E. Curran ’89

Late on a Saturday night in February 2002, two men spoke on the phone about a very … [Read More...]


Construction site of Perini Science Center, circa 1959

Remarkable Gifts: A History of Philanthropy at Saint Anselm College 1889-1966

Robert Frost, in his poem, "New Hampshire," claims that all New Hampshire has its specimens: "One each of everything as in a showcase/ Which naturally she doesn't care to sell." Starting in 1889, at least in conception and charter, New Hampshire had one Benedictine school. It was a lofty and … [Read More...]

Jeff and Irene Burke

Happy to Help: Jeff & Irene Burke

Jeff Burke remembers receiving a rejection letter from Saint Anselm College. He’s still got it... somewhere. “Saint Anselm was the only college I applied to and I was rejected right off the bat,” recalls the 1969 grad. He did the only thing he could think of. He wrote a personal letter to the … [Read More...]


Scholarship Nourishes Dream of Becoming a Nurse

Every semester, Brooke Judd gets closer to her goal of becoming a registered nurse. This fall, she spent two days a week helping care for acutely ill patients on the surgical oncology floor at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, in one of the clinical rotations required of all Saint Anselm … [Read More...]