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Class of 2017 Senior Days

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Core Council invites students and faculty to participate in national Day of Silence

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

Day of Silence is a national event in which students can take a pledge of silence to acknowledge the verbal discrimination against those in the LGBTQ community. Saint Anselm’s Core Council for LGBTQ students & ally support will have a table in Davison to encourage students to participate. As stated on the Day of Silence organizational web page: “The Day of Silence’s...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Kyle Forgit ’18 presents paper on transhumanism at Mind Over Major

Kyle Forgit ’18 presents paper on transhumanism at Mind Over Major

Susan Donahue, News Editor

Transhumanism is a movement which uses technology to help humans surpass their limitations. Kyle Forgit, a junior English major, presented a paper titled “The Problem with...

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Goffstown Police Department responds to couch burning

Susan Donahue, News Editor

According to a Goffstown Police Department report from April 1, two officers were dispatched to Saint Anselm College for a report of a structure fire. They found a “smoldering couch” in the snow behind building B and C in Father Bernard Court, commonly known as Uppers. The Goffstown Fire Department was also called to the scene and were seen covering the remaining pieces...

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Students present research at SNHU

Students present research at SNHU

Dan Flatley, Crier Staff

Five Saint Anselm students presented research done during their class titled Business in Developing and Emerging Markets at the Southern New Hampshire University: University...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Advice from Saint A’s seniors entering graduate programs

Catherine Muldoon Which college/university will you attend for the graduate program/etc? Boston College Which program is it? A master’s of education in curriculum & instruction with a concentration in chemistry. What was the process of applying to a graduate program? It was long and took a lot of effort, but if you start early enough it is manageable. The pro...

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Class of 2017 Senior Days

The Class of 2017 Council, along with other members of the senior class and college administration, has put together a fun-filled three days for us to celebrate together as we turn the page on one chapter and begin another. We are excited to have this opportunity to honor the time we’ve spent at Saint Anselm College and to celebrate and commemorate our four years of...

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Letter to the Editor: New NH laws threaten students’ voting rights

Dear Editor, I am disappointed to see that the new amendment to the voter registration law (Senate Bill 3) “draws support from Saint Anselm students." Disappointed, but hardly surprised. When I asked a group of students last year, during one of the most heated primaries in recent election cycles, whether they were planning to vote that day only a few said yes. The...

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Man’s best friend on trial

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

Over this (incredibly short) “break”, I was about as productive as most of the American college population; I watched the Hunchback of Notre Dame for the first time, visited my grandmother, ate mom-made cuisine, and cuddled with my dog. The best part of my respite in a vacation that can best be described as the eye of the college storm was catching up on affairs transpiring...

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Past and present service of the EPA is of the utmost importance

Stephan Maranian, Sports Editor

Since taking office in January, President Trump has not exactly continued his predecessor's crusade for environmental preservation. In this time of transition and rollbacks in regulation, it is important to remember why the Environmental Protection Agency was created and the vast amounts of good it has done over the years. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was...

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Nile Project to perform African music at Saint Anselm

Johanna Materazzo, Crier Staff

The Nile Project will features contemporary and traditional music of the Nile River Delta at the Dana Center on Sunday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. The group will showcase musical...

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British group ‘Clean Bandit’ to perform music spring weekend

April 20, 2017

On Saturday April 29, British Electronic music group Clean Bandit will perform in Sullivan Arena as the...

Chapel Art Center displays ‘Spring Highlights’ until May 7

April 20, 2017

On April 6, the Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center opened their “Spring Highlights” exhibition.  The exhi...

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Athlete Profile: Drew Bourdeau ’18, an authentic Anselmian

Athlete Profile: Drew Bourdeau ’18, an authentic Anselmian

Jonathan Burkart, Crier Staff

Drew Bourdeau can best be described as “driven to excellence,” although that fails to encapsulate the junior’s positive impact on Saint Anselm College. The junior defenseman balances extensive extracurricular involveme...

April 20, 2017No Comments

Women’s lacrosse scores season high in 19-13 win over Merrimack; squad suffers loss at Saint Michael’s

Women’s lacrosse scores season high in 19-13 win over Merrimack; squad suffers loss at Saint Michael’s

April 20, 2017

The Saint Anselm women’s lacrosse team defeated Merrimack College on April 12, 19-13. Juniors Emma P...

Hilltop Sports Briefs

April 20, 2017

Men’s tennis drops fourth straight to end season The Saint Anselm men’s tennis team dropped thei...

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