A TRANSFORMATIONAL Gift: College Breaks Ground On Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex

What do you call a gift that changes everything? A gift that makes the impossible possible?
Extraordinary. Visionary. But most of all, transformational.…

From the President: A College Update

2016 will long be remembered as a transformational year on the Hilltop. The year began with Saint Anselm College once again serving as “New Hampshire’s home for politics,” as candidates …

Alumni Awards 2016

The Alumni Council honored seven Anselmians at the 2016 Alumni Awards Dinner on September 30, for their inspiring achievements and generous contributions to the college and their communities.…

Saint Anselm College Celebrates "10 Under 10"

The accomplishments of Saint Anselm College’s more recent alumni are now honored by “10 Under 10,” a new program created by the Saint Anselm College Alumni Council.

Recognizing 10 alumni …

Saint Anselm to Host Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible

In the late 1990s, the Benedictine Saint John’s University and Abbey commissioned Donald Jackson, master calligrapher and Chief Scribe to Queen Elizabeth II, to create the first hand-illuminated Bible in …

Reporting the Human Side: Lauren Chooljian ’10

For many journalists, the path to the profession is clear from a young age. Not so for Lauren Chooljian, city politics reporter for WBEZ in Chicago. For her, it took …

For God and Country

To be Anselmian is to serve. As noted by Dr. Gary Bouchard in Being Benedictine, “The first act of stewardship in any Christian community ought to be our care of

The New Conversation on Campus

In the fall of 2012 I sat at a table with seven colleagues staring at a formidable and existential task. We were charged with designing a new first year Humanities …

Thunderstruck: Liz (Sylvia) Koharski '98

As freshman Liz Sylvia cheered on Saint Anselm classmates at her first men’s hockey game, she had no idea she was about to stumble upon her career calling. “I played …

No Small Potatoes: Ben Dearnley '00

To Ben Dearnley, seeds are “cool and magical.” He passes that fascination on to kids at Spurwink School in Chelsea, Maine. The students, who have emotional and behavioral disabilities, see …