The Saint Anselm Crier

EDITORIAL: In response to recent discussion on LGBTQ flags on campus

Em Craig, Editor-in-Chief

December 10, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Editorial, Top Stories

To students, faculty, and staff— I would like to preface this editorial with the statement that we release as an editorial board in every issue: “The Saint Anselm Crier encourages the free, timely and responsible discussion of al...

Hawks keep it rolling with their 4-0 record for this fall season

Devin Bergeron, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Sports

Saint Anselm women’s basketball kept their streak rolling to open up the season, downing Assumption College on the road Saturday 75-61. The win marks their fourth in a row right out of the gate of their 2018-19 campaign. P...

Athlete Profile: Benjamin Sweesy shares his experiences as a Sophomore runner for the Hawks cross country team

David Micali, Crier staff

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Sports

Benjamin Sweesy, Class of 2021, has discovered friends, the college of his choice, and a fun way to stay in shape all through cross country and running. Sweesy began running in the sixth grade as a member of the Manchester Parksid...

Hawks’ men’s basketball takes down Jefferson in overtime thriller, 79-75

Eli Fish, Crier staff

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Sports

Saint Anselm Men’s Basketball rallied from a double-digit first half deficit to beat the Rams of Thomas Jefferson University 79-75 this past Saturday in Philadelphia. The game marked the first challenging competition the Hawks have...

Hawks men’s hockey battles back for 3-2 road win against Post

Devin Bergeron, Sports Editor

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Sports

Saint Anselm men’s hockey battled back from Post goals on two separate occasions Saturday, to pick up the 3-2 victory on the road. The win puts them at 5-3 on the year after the non-conference bout. Just one night prior, ...

Friendsgiving becomes an endearing trend among youth

Meghan Schmitt, Culture Editor

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Culture

Friendsgiving — An occurrence across colleges, and an experience which I have participated in for the past two years.  Despite being roped in by my friends, not until now have I wondered from where this tradition came. ...

Geisel librarians organize “brown bag lunch discussion”

Juliann Guerra, News Content Editor

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Culture

Geisel Library hosted a “Brown Bag Lunch Discussion” event on Mon. Nov. 12 called “How Students Engage with News” where faculty and staff were invited to discuss Project Information Literacy's newest report on the topic.   ...

Annual Jack Lynch debate tourney attracts 14 schools

David Trumble, Guest Writer

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Culture

The College Debate Team hosted the 26th annual Jack Lynch Debate Tournament on November 3rd. There were nearly 100 students from 14 colleges and universities competing at the tournament from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, New Yor...

Meelia Center brings awareness of hunger and homelessness in NH

Caroline Quinn, Crier staff

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Culture

As students walked across the lower quad this week, they may have been reading statistics about homeless in the United States. These raw statistics were educating our campus about the homelessness as a part of the Meelia Center ...

Director of Campus Safety readies St. A’s with active shooter drills

Meghan Schmitt, Culture Editor

November 28, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, Culture

As gun violence remains a pervasive issue in the United States, faculty, students, and staff in colleges and universities across America are faced with a difficult situation: What if that happens to me? Donald Davidson, hea...

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