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UNevada to host Indian-style baccalaureate

Talia Jalette, Crier Staff

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

For the 6th year, the University of Nevada, Reno will be holding a unique Hindu Baccalaureate ceremony. The ceremony will bless the volunteering members of the graduating class in traditional Hindu style. It is being organized...

Andrew Sterling: up and coming singer/songwriter

Matthew Robbins, Crier Staff

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

Catching that big break in the music business in not an easy task. Just ask Andrew Sterling, a junior communication major from Bedford, New Hampshire looking for his chance to make it big in the music industry. I sat down with...

SAC comes together in wake of Boston bombing

Talia Jalette, Crier Staff

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

At one of the most highly publicized and influential marathons hosted by the United States, the unthinkable occurred. It was not that new records were broken, though there may have been, or even a case of inclement weather, although...

Saint Anselm Choir finishes 26th year with spring concert

Matt Prunk, Culture Editor

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

On Saturday, April 13 2012 the Saint Anselm College Choir performed their Spring Concert in the Abbey Church, bringing an end to their twenty-sixth season at the college. The upper church was packed to the brim with audience...

Meelia hosts dodgeball tournament, proceeds will go to Hurricane Sandy victim

Tom Snow, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

The Meelia Center hosted a charity dodgeball tournament April 13 as a benefit fundraiser for Aiman Youssef, a Staten Island man who has given everything he has to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. Youssef, a victim of the hurricane...

Fr. John Fortin, O.S.B. chosen as superintendent of schools

Tom Snow, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

The Diocese of Manchester chose Fr. John R. Fortin, O.S.B. to become its new superintendent of schools last week, as one of a series of changes coming to the college throughout the last year. While still a candidate in the selection...

Servello receives scholarship, recognized at Women of Influence Luncheon

Shannon Fahy, Managing Editor

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

Communication major Gabriella Servello ’14 was awarded a scholarship funded by the Charter Charitable Foundation in conjunction with New Hampshire Public Television. The award was presented to Servello at the “Women of Influence”...

Senior nursing majors, family attend pinning ceremony

Katrina Fahy, News Editor Emerita

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

On Saturday, April 27, eighty nursing majors were pinned in the Abbey Church at ten a.m. The annual event is held in order to honor the senior nursing majors for all of their hard work and accomplishments over the past four years...

Professional development month prepares SAC students for their futures

Elizabeth Sawyer, Crier Staff

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

This month, also known as Professional Development Month, the Office of Career Services has been hosting numerous events striving to help prepare students for the job world after graduation. Finding a job after college is proving...

Coleman award ceremony recognizes accomplished students

Gabriella Servello, News Editor

May 1, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, News

The New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) hosted the 20th Coleman Awards Ceremony on April 10, recognizing accomplished Saint Anselm students. Dean Litz gave some opening remarks, and then proceeded to introduce Father...

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