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Advice from Saint A’s seniors entering graduate programs

April 20, 2017

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Catherine Muldoon Which college/university will you attend for the graduate program/etc? Boston College Which program is it? A master’s of education in curriculum & instruction with a concentration in chemis...

Class of 2017 Senior Days

April 20, 2017

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The Class of 2017 Council, along with other members of the senior class and college administration, has put together a fun-filled three days for us to celebrate together as we turn the page on one chapter and begin another. We...

Students and faculty rally to discuss the drug epidemic

Abby Arsenault, Crier Staff

April 20, 2017

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Beginning this year, Saint Anselm College has held a series of events called “Cupcakes and Conversation.” These participatory discussions deal with a variety of topics, from teen homelessness to the stigma of mental illness....

Days of Giving ’17 most successful on record

Caitlin D'Amato, Crier Staff

April 20, 2017

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Days of Giving is an annual event which encourages the entire campus community to donate in honor of their favorite “Anselmian Moments” here on campus as well as for different amenities such as residential life, athletics,...

Obituaries: Francis Fraitzl and Rev. Thomas G. Kass, C.S.V.

March 29, 2017

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Francis Fraitzl Saint Anselm Alum and former administrator Francis (Frank) Fraitzl passed away on March 22, 2017 in Bedford, New Hampshire at the age of 75 due to declining health. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire on Sept. 23r...

Millennials increasingly disassociate themselves from religion

Griffin Clark, Crier Staff

March 29, 2017

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The American population is undergoing many changes in religious demographics. Religion today looks drastically different from the 1950’s, and even more different from when our nation was founded. While religion always changes...

Kingué discusses African Francophone identity

Emily Craig, Assistant News Editor

March 29, 2017

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Renowned author from Bucknell University, Angèle Kingué, visited Saint Anselm College last week to share her experiences with identity and how that has influenced her writing. During her presentation, Kingué spoke about “growing...

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