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Bloomburg skirts candidacy issue during discussion of new book

Alex Dooley, Crier Staff

February 8, 2019

With the election of 2020 looming in the near future, the American people continue to ponder the questions of candidacy. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg arrived at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint ...

Grappone Institute spearheads deep discussion on faith and poverty

Ed Frankonis, Crier Staff

February 8, 2019

Lecturers Dr. Gustafson and Dr. Bouchard were greeted with a room overflowing with enthusiastic students, teachers, and staff members alike on Jan 25, in Joseph Hall 005. The packed classroom of Anselmians had gathered to disc...

Saint Anselm students attend March for Life in Washington

Anthony Mollica, Guest Writer

February 8, 2019

A delegation of students from Saint Anselm traveled to Washington, D.C. recently for the 46th annual March for Life.  The March for Life is held every January as an opportunity to peacefully protest the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Co...

‘Come Friday’ forums seek to be a source of open discussion on campus

Janelle Fassi, Crier staff

February 4, 2019

This past fall, the Humanities Institute invited Saint Anselm students, faculty and staff to open their minds, and their lunches, for the “Come Friday” forums. The forums will return next semester for those hungry for more. The...

A student perspective on the Presidential search

Farid A. Mawanda, Guest writer

February 4, 2019

For five years, Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo has been the president of Saint Anselm College, but that shall all change in the spring of 2019. Dr. DiSalvo in the late fall of 2018 announced to the Board of Trustees of Saint Anselm College...

Presidential search continues as DiSalvo’s exit quickly approaches

Ed Frankonis, Crier staff

February 4, 2019

Over the past holiday break, while Anselmian students and faculty enjoyed a respite, the school’s Presidential Search Committee was toiling away to complete its objective of finding a new college president by the end of the...

Pope Francis canonizes Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero

Miranda Fitzpatrick, Guest writer

November 28, 2018

Pope Francis recently canonized Pope Paul VI, Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero and five other people. The canonization took place in St. Peter’s Square in Rome before an audience of thousands. As a way to honor these canoniz...

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