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Asian Studies lunches choose Tibetan Buddhism as focus for discussion

Emily Craig, Crier Staff

September 17, 2017

Filed under 2017-2018, Culture

The Asian Studies lunches, a lunch and reading group focused on Asia, once again invites students to participate in a discussion with faculty and staff. This year, the lunches will focus on Tibetan Buddhism as the group will read...

Fifty Shades of You Can’t Read That: Banned Books Week 2017

Abigail Mark, Crier Staff

September 17, 2017

Filed under 2017-2018, Culture

Almost everyone is familiar with the distinct, high-pitched “bleep” noise that sounds off when some reality show star using an expletive on television. Censorship on television and in other platforms is an expected part o...

Saint A’s professor reaches for the stars, attends panel at Dragon Con

Emily Craig, Crier Staff

September 17, 2017

Filed under 2017-2018, Culture

This past Labor Day weekend, Professor Nicole Gugliucci, Ph.D., of the Saint Anselm Physics department attended a convention down in Atlanta, Georgia, known as Dragon Con. While there, she sat on a variety of panels focused on ...

Passages 2017: Members of the Class of 2021 learn what it means to be Anselmian

Emily Maier, Crier Staff

September 17, 2017

Filed under 2017-2018, Culture

Among the many activities incoming freshmen took part in this past summer, some took the extra mile and participated in Saint Anselm’s annual Passages program. This past summer, the Passages program featured four different trips t...

‘Taking the pledge’: college wears ribbons to end violence against women

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

May 3, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Culture

April is the designated month for the awareness of sexual assault and domestic violence, and the Saint Anselm College community recently participated in the White Ribbon Campaign to raise awareness on campus. “The White Ribbon...

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