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Core Council will host ‘Open Doors’ event at Portland Pie

Core Council will host ‘Open Doors’ event at Portland Pie

Alexandros Pandazis, Crier Staff

On February 16th, the Saint Anselm College Core Council will be kicking off their Open Doors program through an event coordinated with local pizzeria Portland Pie. Over the...  Read More »

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‘Hoops for Troops’ scores big for veterans at Saint Anselm College

Zef Vataj, Crier Staff

Easter Seals hosted a charity basketball game at Saint Anselm College in an effort to increase capital for veterans on Jan. 29th. The game between Trinity High and Bishop Guertin served as a thank you to not only Wounded Warriors, but to the volunteers and coordinators who make Easter Seals (ES) such a special place. Since 2006, Veterans Count and ES has partnered with...  Read More »

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Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Liz Torrey, Managing Editor

President Trump named Judge Neil Gorsuch as his preferred nominee to fill the Supreme Court seat vacancy on Jan. 31. After an 11-month vacancy and just 11 days of President...  Read More »

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Upcoming events at the NHIOP

Elaine C. Kamarck “Why President Fail and How They Can Succeed Again” Tuesday, February 21, 6 p.m., Auditorium Dr. Kamarck, senior fellow in the Governance Studies program at Brookings and the Director of the Management and Leadership Initiative at Brookings, will join the Institute to present a discussion on her recent book, Why Presidents Fail and How They Can...  Read More »

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Professor Kelber gives Honors Presentation on student debt

Joseph Romanow, Crier Staff

The second annual honors presentation was held on Feb. 1. and was given by Professor Jennifer W. Kelber, an assistant professor in the Department of Economics and Business. Titled The Financial Behavior of Millennials and Their Exploding Student Loan Debt: Is a Crisis Ahead, it covered the growing student loan debt incurred by millennials and if another Recession is on...  Read More »

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Chief Diversity Officer search committee hosts forums to introduce candidates

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

As the Multicultural Center launches forward with its program celebrating the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Black History Month, it also participates in continuing the search for a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). The need for a CDO was proposed five years ago by the college and last semester the search officially began. Partnering with R.H. Perry & Associates,...  Read More »

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‘A War Forgotten’: End the Yemen hypocrisy

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

Turn on any news station that has a shred of reputation and one will undoubtedly find a treasure trove of information on the now five year long Syrian civil war. From indiscriminate barrel bombings from Syrian warplanes, to the valorous actions of the White Helmets, to the intervention of the mighty Russian Federation, and to the ceaseless cycle of broken ceasefires, the...  Read More »

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United against division: Reaction to executive order

Chris Williams and Cameron LaPine, Crier Staff

On January 27th, President Trump signed an Executive Order that implemented a 90-day ban on immigration from “terror-prone” Muslim-majority nations, including the nations of Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Somalia, and Iran. It also suspended the U.S. Refugee program in its entirety for 120 days. Although not explicitly mentioned in the Order, some border control...  Read More »

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Radicals undo their own message after large-scale protests

Craig Watkins, Crier Staff

Before getting into it, I respect every American’s right to free speech and organization. After all, this great nation was born out of a riot wild enough to get a ride at Canobie Lake based on it. Everyone noticed the women’s march in protest against President Trump last month and many Anselmians even attended in Boston or Concord. It was undeniably effective at...  Read More »

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POSTPONED: Anselmians to ‘Stand in Solidarity’ with refugees

POSTPONED: Anselmians to ‘Stand in Solidarity’ with refugees

Juliann Guerra, Crier Staff

** PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VIGIL HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE SNOW DAY After President Donald J. Trump’s executive order declared on Jan. 27, the Muslim Student Associat...  Read More »

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‘DIVERGENCE’ displays faculty artwork until March 18

February 8, 2017

The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College’s gallery for the exhibition of fine ...  Read More »

A reflection: ‘Questions of a fledgling, Catholic feminist’

February 8, 2017

I’m part of the age group called Generation Z. For those of you who have lost track of who Gen X, Y,...  Read More »

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Women’s hockey continues hot streak with win and tie on Pink in the Rink Weekend

Women’s hockey continues hot streak with win and tie on Pink in the Rink Weekend

Dan Flatley, Crier Staff

The Saint Anselm women’s ice hockey team had their seven game winning streak snapped this past weekend after finishing with a tie against Manhattanville College. The women...  Read More »

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Athlete profile: Andrews ’17, point guard and future guidance counselor

Athlete profile: Andrews ’17, point guard and future guidance counselor

February 8, 2017

Once in a while, fans are lucky enough to witness a player that has something special. Something indefinable,...  Read More »

Saint Anselm hosts seventh annual Bruins Alumni Classic

Saint Anselm hosts seventh annual Bruins Alumni Classic

February 8, 2017

Saint Anselm College’s Sullivan Arena was booming with lights flashing, buzzers ringing, and pucks...  Read More »

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