A Two-Time Graduate: Steven Paradis '75 and '77

Steven Paradis expected to work hard when he returned to Saint Anselm for a second degree. He didn’t anticipate election to the national nursing honor society. “That,” he admits, “surprised …

Taking the Hill for Wamart: Jana Barresi '99

Jana Barresi spent her time on the Hilltop studying politics, acquiring skills she uses every day on the ultimate hill: Capitol Hill.

Jana Barresi '99As senior director of federal government affairs for …

Crime and the Crystal Ball: Matt Barter '08

Manchester Police Detective Matthew Barter is predicting future criminal activity without using a crystal ball. Through a combination of current technology and traditional policing, Barter and the
department are working …

Highest Honors: Joseph Pepe, MD '83

As president and CEO of Catholic Medical Center (CMC) in Manchester, N.H., Joseph Pepe, MD has dedicated his life to helping others. In recognition of this service to the Church …

Legal Legacy: Daniel T.K. Hurley '64

Daniel T. K. Hurley is more relaxed these days. After over 40 years as a judge in Palm Beach County, Fla., he now enjoys cycling along the Lake Trail in …

Well Done: Susan Connelly '92

Susan Connelly admits she’s not the poster child for Saint Anselm admissions. As a 17-year-old in Roslindale, Mass., at the urging of her mother, she reluctantly toured the campus, finally …

A Historical Look at Finance: Dan Puopolo '98

Dan Puopolo is changing the finance industry with a novel hybrid investment model—which means he gets some puzzled looks when he’s asked about his major at Saint Anselm.

Dan Puopolo '98Puopolo is …

A Star Nurse: Laura Starbird '09

Laura Starbird didn’t shy away from tough situations as a nursing undergrad—and nothing has changed. Weekly, she volunteers with a needle exchange van on “The Block,” Baltimore’s notorious
red light …

Celebrating 40 Years of Women's Hawks Athletics

Four decades ago, Saint Anselm College established its first women’s athletics program with teams in tennis, basketball and volleyball for the 1976-1977 academic year. Fast-forward to 2017: The college’s women’s

Food and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: Ben Banner '05

Ben Banner was at a crossroads.

He'd completed a contract in the defense industry, was between jobs, and had moved to Austin, Texas. Finally, he took to the road, crossing …