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A Christmas miracle: Joseph Bombardier’s invention of snowmobile, a winter favorite

Gabriella Servello, Copy Editor

December 14, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Culture

The Christmas season is commonly referred to as the most wonderful time of the year. While some people simply enjoy baking holiday treats, others value spending time with the ones they love. For a student at Saint Anselm Colle...

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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