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Communication program offers new, innovative courses

Caitlin Forbes, Crier Staff

December 14, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

Who doesn’t want to take a class where a required text is season one of Friday Night Lights? Professor Jonathon Lupo, new to St. Anselm College, will be opening up the Communication department to his course: Television Communi...

“Losing our Sons” premiers at NHIOP, raises questions about radical Islam and tolerance

Mike Lalime, Culture Editor

November 13, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

A showing of the controversial movie, "Loosing our Sons," attracted a packed audience of professors, students, and local residents alike. The event was sponsored in part by "Americans for Peace and Tolerance." The film, which showed la...

Spotlight: Fifteen-year-old YouTube sensation Andie speaks on fame and youth

Sean Fesko, Crier Staff

November 13, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

  Fifteen-year-old Andie has already accomplished more than most musically-inclined people would in their lifetimes. The Aussie’s YouTube channel, iwantaltitude, has over three and a half million views, and she recently hit th...

Wednesday night Mass offers relax intimate worship style

Matt Pendergast, Special to the Crier

November 13, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

Every Wednesday night, after the stress and busyness of the day, students gather in the lower church for a mass that is like no other. Aptly titled "Wednesday Night Mass," this church service has been a completely student run tradit...

Black Flag vocalist Henry Rollins urges audience members to think for themselves

Scott Murphy, Crier Staff

November 13, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

On the New Hampshire stop of his 2012 tour of the nation’s fifty capitals, eminent entertainer Henry Rollins unleashed a spoken word spectacle that captivated the audience at the Capitol Center for the Arts for nearly three h...

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