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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE CRIER STAFF!

Question on the Quad: Holiday edition

Name: Maggie McNeil YOG: 2019 Hometown: Colchester, VT “Probably the Christmas Feast. I like sitting together with all my friends for a ‘Friendsmas’ dinner.” Name: Oliver Ouellet YOG: 2018 Hometown: Salem, NH “Probably the Christmas Feast food. I’ve gone every year.” Name: Catherine Griffin YOG: 2020 Hometown: North Reading, MA “I ...  Read More »

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Hamilton audience boos VP Mike Pence; Trump tweets his outrage

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

Vice President Elect Michael Pence recently attended a showing of Hamilton: An American Musical at Richard Rogers Theater in New York City, where the cast gave him a message that spoke volumes across social media. Mr. Pence attended one of the Nov. 18 showings of Hamilton, at which he was booed several times during the night by the audience. Videos were shared on Twitter...  Read More »

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Corrections from previous issue

In a news story from Nov. 18, 2016, The Saint Anselm Crier made two errors in reporting on a discussion sponsored by the group Unhooked on the status of marriage. Father Benedict Guevin, O.S.B., of the Department of Theology, presented first, followed by Prof. Dale Kuehne, of the Department of Politics and an ordained Protestant minister. Father Benedict did not claim...  Read More »

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Mixed feelings expressed at death of former Cuban President, Fidel Castro

Zef Vataj, Crier Staff

The Cuban revolutionary who defied the world has died at age 90, leaving behind a legacy of unthinkable controversy. Cuban state media announced his death on Nov. 25, 2016 and gave no further details as to the cause of his departure. Castro brought The Cold War to the Americas in 1959 and briefly presided over a teetering nuclear world. As a descendant of Marx and Lenin...  Read More »

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New financial aid application process in effect for 2017-2018 school year

Ashley Dumont, Crier Staff

According to Elizabeth Keuffel, director of Financial Aid at Saint Anselm College, the college will be changing its financial aid application process to coincide with President Barack Obama’s higher education reform. The new financial aid application process commences at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. In order to apply for financial aid for higher education...  Read More »

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Saint Anselm benefits from hosting political events on campus

Abby Arsenault, Crier Staff

This November Saint Anselm College have a had a front row seat to the Presidential Election, hosting multiple debates and candidate appearances. A crowd of thousands descended upon Alumni Quad when Hillary Clinton spoke at the NH Democratic Rally on Oct. 24. With these events and campus buildings like the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, students have opportunities...  Read More »

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After Trump’s victory, we all need to remember to act like Americans

Stephan Maranian, Crier Staff

The United States was founded 240 years ago on July 4, 1776. The world watched as the colonies united together to drive arguably the most powerful nation in the world, Great Britain, out and establish independence. In the 18th century the world looked to America for inspiration. Today in the 21st century the world still looks to United States as one of the, if not the...  Read More »

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DAPL: Are money and oil more valuable than the basic rights and homes of America’s indigenous people?

DAPL: Are money and oil more valuable than the basic rights and homes of America’s indigenous people?

Miranda Groux, Crier Staff

On Halloween day, the hash tag #NoDAPL flooded Facebook as millions “checked in” to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Intended as a sign of solidarity,...  Read More »

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Editorial

Editorial

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Saint Anselm Crier!   The fall semester here on the Hilltop is wrapping up just as the holiday season approaches. Chris...  Read More »

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ARC Writing Center expands

With the renovations underway for Cushing, all of the campus organizations that were once there found new homes. The Academic Resource Center (ARC) now resides in the modular...  Read More »

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Social justice club and women’s collective bring issues to forefront

December 8, 2016

In the eyes of many, social justice is needed now more than ever on college campuses. Ever since the...  Read More »

College community gathers at intercultural holiday dinner

College community gathers at intercultural holiday dinner

December 8, 2016

December has arrived on the hilltop, and with it comes a rush of holiday spirit that has not been missed...  Read More »

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Hilltop Sports Briefs

Men's basketball defeats Post, improves to 6-3  Hawk men's basketball went on the road and defeated Post University 91-55 on Dec. 30, improving to 6-3 on the season. It w...  Read More »

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Women’s basketball continues up and down play in 2016-2017 season

December 8, 2016

After a 3-0 start to the season the Lady Hawks basketball team is struggling lately losing four of their...  Read More »

Athlete Profile: Carignan, from Quebec, discusses passion for hockey, vet school

Athlete Profile: Carignan, from Quebec, discusses passion for hockey, vet school

December 8, 2016

Jeremy Carignan, a sophomore forward on the Saint Anselm varsity men’s ice hockey team, is off to a...  Read More »

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