Chapel Arts Center Acquires Rembrandt, Re-Opens After Renovations

In January, the Chapel Art Center announced a new addition to its permanent collection. The etching by the Dutch master Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn depicts a familiar scene from the …

Alumni Counsel Students at Career Services Event Series

Students received the benefit of collaboration with many alumni during the Career Services Spring 2016 Event Series. Continuing through April after a January start, the series presented opportunities for students …

Women and Prison Course Gives Students New Perspective

Viewers of the hit Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black may think they know something about what it’s like to be a woman in a U.S. prison; but …

Racing at the Bottom of the World

Running a full marathon in Antarctica is just another step towards the goal of Bobby O’Donnell ’16 to run a 26.2-mile race on every continent. Actually dodging penguins, the biology …

Contemporary Book Art Exhibition Held in LLC Gallery

The book art of Saint Anselm students joined international and national book artists with work in the spring exhibition of The Living Learning Commons (LLC) Gallery. “Contemporary Book Arts” featured …

First Field Hockey All-American Honors

Field Hockey stars Meagan Halligan ’16 (North Branford, Conn.) and Elizabeth Alie ’17 (Franklin, Mass.) are the first All-American selections in the history of the Saint Anselm program. Both were …

Business Professor Presents Research on Global Multilatinas

Professor Dina Frutos-Bencze, Ph.D. proposes that at least four family business groups in Central America have the potential to become global Latin American multinational companies (also known as Global Multilatinas).…

Debate Team Wins Twice in One Weekend

The Saint Anselm College debate team won First Place at two important events in a single late-winter weekend of competition. At both the Northeast Regional Championship at Suffolk University and …

“Let Freedom Ring”: MLK Events Promote Social Justice

On January 19, Saint Anselm College held the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner, the first event in a month-long series honoring Dr. King’s legacy. Alumnus Dr. Ivan Lamourt ’86

Institute of Politics Announces New Ambassadors

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) has accepted 65 students into the Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassadors Program, offering students of any major a unique opportunity to experience politics …