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Students, recent grads react to first presidential debate

Liz Torrey, Managing Editor

“This debate is causing me physical and psychological pain. Cringeworthy. #StopTrump2016.” That’s what Anna Sentell ’17 had to say on Facebook during the first general election debate on Sept. 26. Saint Anselm students tend to have strong opinions on politics - the college is known as a political hot spot in one of the most important primary states. Having seen...  Read More »

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Naturalization Ceremony hosted at NHIOP, 28 countries represented

Garrett Meyer, Special to the Crier

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) hosted the community’s annual Naturalization Ceremony on Sept. 23. The approximately hour-long ceremony began with remarks made by officers from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The two officers greeted the families and seated them in the NHIOP Auditorium. Everyone being naturalized during...  Read More »

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New England College News

Gabriel Lopez, Crier Staff

  Librarian Leaves $4 million endowment to the University of New Hampshire At the University of New Hampshire (UNH), retired librarian, Robert Morin, passed away March of 2015 and left an endowment of $4 million to the school. Morin’s financial advisor, Edward Mullen, revealed that Morin saved this money by being frugal and staying home for a majority of hi...  Read More »

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ARC moving to modular units near Holy Cross Hall

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

One of the few offices in Cushing that has not yet migrated to a new location is the Academic Resource Center (ARC). The Cushing Student Center is scheduled for an extensive renovation in the upcoming months. It is a project that has been proposed to take a little over a year to complete, meaning the offices previously located in Cushing must find new temporary homes...  Read More »

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Kelly Ayotte and Maggie Hassan race for the U.S. Senate

Kelly Ayotte and Maggie Hassan race for the U.S. Senate

Lauren Batchelder, Crier Staff

For the better part of a year, Governor Maggie Hassan and Incumbent Kelly Ayotte have been campaigning brutally in an attempt to gain an advantage in the polls which show...  Read More »

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Joe Alexander, Saint Anselm senior, runs for State Representative

Joe Alexander, Saint Anselm senior, runs for State Representative

Aidan Denehy, Opinion Editor

The Saint Anselm Crier recently announced that a Saint Anselm student, Joseph Alexander, Jr., had won the state primary for Merrimack District 19 and will continue into the...  Read More »

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Trump energy plan a major mistake

Trump energy plan a major mistake

Stephan Maranian, Crier Staff

“An American first energy plan”- that is what Donald Trump has promised time and time again. Obviously his energy plan will be huge, great- just like everything else that...  Read More »

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The Great American “Bread and Circuses”

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

Every real American loves good old-fashioned football. This declaration is embodied every fall by the billions of dollars spent on everything from jerseys to tickets to advertisements to team trinkets. While the world raises a furrowed brow at our obsession with “football”, we take pride in our all-American sport. Yet behind the glamorous curtain of star-spangled pride...  Read More »

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Planned Parenthood funding issues, needs

Miranda Morrissette, Crier Staff

Planned Parenthood is an organization that causes debate throughout the U.S and also the world. Most know it as the place where women can get abortions, but what they don’t know is that Planned Parenthood is much more than that. Planned Parenthood is a non-profit organization that operates not only in the U.S, but around the world as well. It provides an array of...  Read More »

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Sister Maureen Sullivan returns to the Hilltop to present on Pope John XXIII and Pope Francis

Teresa Samson, Crier Staff

Let’s talk about journeys. Sr. Maureen Sullivan is an internationally recognized authority on the Second Vatican Council, author, religious consultant, and award recipient...  Read More »

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Hilltop marks diversity at Multicultural Day on Saturday

September 28, 2016

The Multicultural Center celebrates cultural diversity with its annual celebration of Multicultural Day....  Read More »

Modern Languages, others host Hispanic Heritage Month events in October

September 28, 2016

During the months of September and October, the Saint Anselm College community will celebrate Hispanic...  Read More »

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Hilltop Sports Brief

Women’s tennis now stands at an even 4-4 record The squad is coming off back-to-back victories in their last two matches. Most recently they beat Le Moyne 5-4 Sept. 25 and...  Read More »

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Field hockey ranks seventh in the nation, wins eighth consecutive contest

September 29, 2016

The Saint Anselm field hockey team has picked up right where it left off last season. The team comes...  Read More »

Athlete Profile: Déjà vu for senior volleyball captain Brennah Gladwill

September 29, 2016

Brennah Gladwill had to make a difficult decision during her childhood when her mother would only allow...  Read More »

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