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Should Saint A’s offer a master’s degree? Survey says…

Student survey: Should Saint A’s offer a master’s degree program?

There were 400 Saint Anselm students who answered the poll on whether or not Saint A’s should offer a master’s degree program. Of that, 354 students said that Saint A’s should offer the master’s degree (graduate) program whereas 46 said that the college should not offer the proposed graduate program. There were 364 Saint Anselm students who answered the poll ...  Read More »

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Question on the Quad: Turkey Day edition

Name: Maggie Livingston YOG: 2017 Hometown: Sterling, MA Response: “Probably just being able to leave school for a couple days. And, also, being able to see my family and be with people who love you no matter what.”   Name: William James Lopata III YOG: 2018 Hometown: Fairfield, CT Response: “I can’t wait for buffets and turkey.”   Name: Megan...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

NHIOP hosts ‘Watch Party Voting Lab’ on U.S. election night

Cody Jones, Editor-in-Chief

Saint Anselm College and The New Hampshire Institute of Politics held an “Election Night Watch Party Voting Lab” starting at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8. According to Neil Levesque, executive director of The New Hampshire Institute of Politics, approximately 250 people attended the event. “The reason why we did this event tonight is [because] I find that election results...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

Unhooked group discusses whether marriage is a thing of the past

Muriel Baillie, Crier Staff

The campus group called “Unhooked” held an event discussing the matter of marriage. It was promptly called “Is marriage a thing of the past? Is marriage a thing of the future?” This event held on Nov. 2 was open to all students and was a great opportunity for them to speak their mind and listen to what others had to say. The discussion touched upon theological,...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

National Novel Writing Month finishes its third week, NH hits close to eight million words

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

National Novel Writing Month has been gaining traction as it comes to the end of its third week after New Hampshire started the month off with 954,226 words written on Nov. 1. As a part of the national program, NaNoWriMo participants have the ability to join a home region where they can connect online with other participants in their area. The state of New Hampshire...  Read More »

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Maggie wins Senate: progress for the future

Andrew Shue, Crier Staff

Like it or not, Maggie Hassan won the US Senate election. Like it or not, Donald J. Trump won the US Presidential election in a stunning upset to Hillary Clinton and her supporters. This election cycle has defied many political pundits’ predictions and poll numbers. New Hampshire, however, is a different story. Maggie Hassan and Kelly Ayotte both fought hard to win and...  Read More »

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Unite, no matter what: a reaction to the election

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

It’s 2016, and not only have the Cubs won the World Series but Biff has become President. Humor aside, for most of us, this year has stoked every single emotion imaginable, from enthusiastic displays of joy to jaw-dropping expressions of horror. Throughout the surprises of this year, one emotion seems to have not just remained permanent but has grown in size and immensity. The...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

Trump’s victory is unexpected, but it’s proof that democracy is working

Craig Watkins, Crier Staff

It's over, and I know most of us want to put it behind us, but very few people seem ready to move on with the results of this electoral cycle. I thought people were sick of politicians and wanted to see an outsider break the system, but now that it has happened, nobody seems thrilled about it. If anything changes after this election, it should be the understanding of how...  Read More »

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Luminarias light up abbey

Luminarias light up abbey

Johanna Materazzo, Crier Staff

The “Anselmians for Light” Luminaria Mass, a “uniquely Anselmian campus celebration,” was celebrated Nov. 6 in honor of All Saints and All Souls Day. Sponsored...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

‘Hunger and Homelessness Awareness’ week aims to start dialogue on campus

‘Hunger and Homelessness Awareness’ week aims to start dialogue on campus

November 16, 2016

The Meelia Center for Community Engagement leads the Saint Anselm College community in a week dedicated...  Read More »

Fr. Michael Patella, O.S.B., lectures on Saint John’s Bible at NHIOP

November 16, 2016

The Saint John’s Bible made a special appearance at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP...  Read More »

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Athlete Profile: Ashley Moran leads by example on and off the ice

Athlete Profile: Ashley Moran leads by example on and off the ice

Jonathan Burkart, Crier Staff

Ashley Moran has started her junior year for the Hawks by accruing four points across five contests. Despite the recent controversy surrounding the hockey team, the Criminal...  Read More »

Nov 17 • No Comments

Volleyball falls in NE-10 Quarterfinals, loses to Adelphi

Volleyball falls in NE-10 Quarterfinals, loses to Adelphi

November 17, 2016

Jewel Hayes and the Hawks volleyball team lost in the opening round of the NE-10 playoffs to Adelphi...  Read More »

Women’s ice hockey off to 4-1 start, plays Castleton on Nov. 18

Women’s ice hockey off to 4-1 start, plays Castleton on Nov. 18

November 17, 2016

The Saint Anselm women’s ice hockey team improved to 4-1 to start the 2016 season after beating Sacred...  Read More »

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