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Class of 2021 prepares to participate in their first council elections

Sam Jette, Copy Editor

October 1, 2017No Comments

As students begin to settle in for the semester ahead, seventeen freshmen have decided to run for the various leadership positions in the Class of 2021 Council election. The Class Council in each class consists of the President, Vice President, Secretary, and four Senators. The election will occur on Thursday, Sept. 28th. Students of the freshman class may vote in Da...

Eric Norman looks forward to serving college community as new CFO

Eric Norman looks forward to serving college community as new CFO

Dan Flatley, Crier Staff

October 1, 2017No Comments

Saint Anselm College hired Mr. Eric Norman as the new Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance last month, released in a statement by Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, Presi...

DiSalvo and Levesque respond to Trump’s controversial DACA repeal

DiSalvo and Levesque respond to Trump’s controversial DACA repeal

Karoline Leavitte, Crier Staff

October 1, 2017No Comments

A recent controversy regarding President Trump’s administration could potentially impact the lives and futures of Saint Anselm’s very own students. In early September...

Bishop and Pratt look to increase inclusivity in their second terms

Bishop and Pratt look to increase inclusivity in their second terms

Madison Trites, News Editor

October 1, 2017No Comments

A new school year brings the start of a second term for Student Body President Emma Bishop and Student Body Vice President Brandon Pratt, both members of the class of 2018. ...

Meelia Center introduces five new sites for students looking to give back

Meelia Center introduces five new sites for students looking to give back

Susan Donahue, Crier Staff

October 1, 2017No Comments

Student initiatives, community requests, and grants have launched new partnerships and programs at The Meelia Center for Community Engagement. There are five new or returning...

Cailtin D’Amato, Crier Staff

September 17, 2017No Comments

Welcome back to the hilltop, Anselmians! As all of you are walking around campus and catching up with your friends about your summer activities, you may notice a few new facult...

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“1-800”; The Music that really Matters

Vanessa D'Angelo, Crier Staff

September 27, 2017No Comments

I’m sure most people have heard of the well-known song by Logic called “1-800-273-8255.” This song has sat at number one in the country for 13 consecutive days. To those who aren’t aware of this song, the title is the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The lyrics of this song go back and forth between someone calling the hotline wanti...

A Crisis in Korea

Ed Frankonis, Opinion Editor

September 27, 2017No Comments

The word “dotard” was unheard of in the English speaking world’s vocabulary until Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, used it as an insult against President Donald Trump (who had previously insulted the ‘dear leader’ by calling him a “Rocket Man” in front of the world). This war of words has been the product of what international relations scholar Rob...

Hurricanes bolster arguments for Puerto Rican statehood

Hurricanes bolster arguments for Puerto Rican statehood

Jacob Halterman, Crier Staff

September 27, 2017No Comments

The Southeast United States has been in the news a lot recently due to the imminent threat of hurricanes that wreak havoc on coastal areas this time every year. Hurri...

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Students’ weekend of service exposes them to national issue of poverty

Students’ weekend of service exposes them to national issue of poverty

Katelyn Shaughnessy, Crier Staff

October 1, 2017No Comments

Urban Immersions, a mission of service and solidarity offered by Saint Anselm’s Office of Campus Ministry, connects students with opportunities to serve communities in need. ...

True Equality Alliance anticipates approval from SGA to be an official club

True Equality Alliance anticipates approval from SGA to be an official club

October 1, 2017

For years, Saint Anselm College students have attempted to establish a Gay Straight Alliance club on...

Margaret Atwood predicts a radical new world in The Handmaid’s Tale

Margaret Atwood predicts a radical new world in The Handmaid’s Tale

October 1, 2017

This novel surprised me a great deal. I went into this expecting a lot from Atwood, based on the hype ...

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Women’s soccer lose to Southern Connecticut; 3-4 overall and 1-4 in conference

Women’s soccer lose to Southern Connecticut; 3-4 overall and 1-4 in conference

Devon Sherman, Crier Staff

October 1, 2017No Comments

Saint Anselm women’s soccer saw two thundering victories in their first two games of the season, both of which were against nonconference teams. Conference play has not ...

Hawk volleyball continues win streak in yet another strong performance

Hawk volleyball continues win streak in yet another strong performance

October 1, 2017

Saint Anselm Women’s volleyball team continues to outshine their opponents in win after win. In their late...

Saint Anselm men’s soccer struggles mid season in loss to Adelphi

Saint Anselm men’s soccer struggles mid season in loss to Adelphi

October 1, 2017

The Hawks failed to get anything going on Saturday Sept. 23 against the third-ranked undefeated powerho...

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