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Student candidates announced for Father Bernard Holmes O.S.B. Award

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Father Bernard Holmes Student Award candidates announced, recommendations wanted

The following students, all of the class of 2018, were selected as semi-finalists for the Father Bernard Holmes, O.S.B., Senior Student Award for 2017-2018:   Drew Bourdeau Katherine Carey Emily Garcia Jessica Kaufman                                                                             ...

March 20No Comments

Updated student center construction pictures

Construction on the new student center in the third week of March 2017. Crier\Tim Mannila...

March 15No Comments

Saint Anselm ‘Days of Giving’ to take place March 22-23

Patrick Hollister, Special to the Crier

As the month of March is in full swing, the Saint Anselm community is reminded how hectic the end of the spring semester can be. Between Relay for Life, school formals, athletic events, Pinning ceremonies and the like, there is always something to attend during these last 8 weeks.  But before our campus finds itself in the depths of these events, we can turn to one event...

March 15No Comments

Jean Chair not filled; search continues

Susan Donahue, News Editor

None of the three candidates for the endowed Jean Chair who were invited to present lectures at Saint A’s have been hired. Many faculty, staff, and students attended these lectures and provided the Jean Chair search committee with feedback. Professor Beth Salerno, chair of the history department and chair of the Jean Chair search committee told The Crier that the...

March 15No Comments

Jenna Baker ’18 organizes ‘Spotlight on Syria’ event

Caitlin D’Amato, Crier Staff

The event “Spotlight on Syria” held on campus allowed students to gain a better understanding the Syrian refugee crisis and to connect with faculty members to discuss what can be done at Saint Anselm College to help. Jenna Baker, class of 2018, helped organize the event. Baker told The Crier, “I think that events like this allow students to learn more about current...

March 15No Comments

Third TED Dialogue focuses on bridging the political divide

Zef Vataj, Crier Staff

The Saint Anselm College community has been participating in open political discussions through screenings of a series of talks called the TED Dialogues. TED Dialogues is an open discussion forum where leaders gather for a spirited conversation. Their new series addresses the international political climate, and is an “urgent response to a dangerously divisive time.”...

March 15No Comments

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The cult of scientific illiteracy

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

The Earth is flat, and NASA faked the 1969 moon landings, according to well-known rapper B.o.B. He declared this opinion last year, citing the inability to see the Earth’s curvature from the horizon as evidence for this declaration. Renowned astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson responded to his bizarre claims, pointing out that you have to be up in the Earth’s atmosphere...

March 15No Comments

The winds of change are blowing strong in Cuba for better or worse

The winds of change are blowing strong in Cuba for better or worse

Aidan Denehy, Crier Staff

Over spring break, I was fortunate enough to travel to Cuba with Professors Matthew Masur and Phillip Pajakowski of the history department (as well as students from the Cold...

March 15No Comments

Editorial

Editorial

President Donald J. Trump recently passed the 50-day mark since his inauguration, and to say that he’s off to a rocky start with the news media is an understatement. He...

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‘So Good to Be Bad’: Auditions held for Cabaret

‘So Good to Be Bad’: Auditions held for Cabaret

Dan Flatley, Crier Staff

Auditions for the Abbey Players’ Spring Cabaret were held this week.  The theme of this year’s cabaret is “So Good to Be Bad,” where the featured songs will be villains’...

March 15No Comments

Poet Ashlee Haze brings art of spoken word to Hilltop

March 15

Campus Activities Board and the Multicultural Student Coalition hosted Spoken Word Artist, Ashlee Ha...

Conversatio to present live production of ‘The Tempest’

Conversatio to present live production of ‘The Tempest’

March 15

This April, the Dana Center will serve as the venue for New Art Theatre in William Shakespeare’s The Tem...

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Hawks baseball finishes Florida trip strong to start off the season

Hawks baseball finishes Florida trip strong to start off the season

Connor MacGregor, Crier Staff

Over spring break, the Saint Anselm College Baseball team took to Florida to start the season and face off against some key conference rivals. Throughout the trip, the Ha...

March 15No Comments

Athlete Profile: Olivia Connly ’17, anchor of women’s lacrosse

Athlete Profile: Olivia Connly ’17, anchor of women’s lacrosse

March 15

For this installment of the Athlete Profile, The Crier sat down with Olivia Connly, the senior capta...

Women’s basketball falls to Bentley in NE10 tournament game

Women’s basketball falls to Bentley in NE10 tournament game

March 15

The Saint Anselm women’s basketball team was defeated by the #12 ranked Bentley Falcons on March 2nd...

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