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Playing second fiddle has its benefits

David Micali, Crier staff

November 28, 2018

New York Times bestselling author Kate Anderson Brower spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics to discuss her books about the White House and her new book about the vice presidency. Introduced by NHIOP Ambassador Sarah Murphy,...

Saint Anselm alumnus looks to current students for donation ideas

Juliann Guerra, News Content Editor

November 28, 2018

A little while ago, Dan Puopolo, Saint Anselm College class of 1998, reached out to The Crier on Facebook, explaining that he donates to the college every year, but was interested in learning what students wanted the money to go...

Ohio Gov. John Kasich meets with students at NHIOP luncheon

Samantha Jette, Copy Editor

November 28, 2018

Governor of Ohio, John Kasich met with Saint Anselm students at a luncheon in the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Nov. 15. Kasich was elected as Ohio’s governor in 2010, and was re-elected in 2014. He well known n...

Students participate in social innovation workshop

Juliann Guerra, News Content Editor

November 28, 2018

On Wed. Nov. 7, the Center for Ethics in Business and Governance along with the Diversity & Inclusion Initiative Fund co-sponsored a workshop called “Design Thinking for Social Innovation.” The event was hosted by Professor Frutos-Ben...

Debate Team hosts ‘Politics and Pizza’

Edward Frankonis, Crier staff

November 28, 2018

A full auditorium greeted the members of the Saint Anselm College Debate Team as they prepared to discuss the #MeToo movement inside the prestigious NHIOP on Nov. 15. After 50 hours of preparing an academic debate surrounding ...

Koch foundation gives $1M for NHIOP ‘research’

Em Craig, Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2018

Brother Isaac Murphy, O.S.B., the College’s Vice President for Academic Affairs, recently announced “some “exciting news regarding the Center for the Study of New Hampshire Politics and Civic Life, which is housed within th...

Health services continues to support students with mental health

Samantha Jette, Copy Editor

November 12, 2018

The week of Oct. 7 to 13 was Mental Health Awareness week, which started a conversation about mental health on campus. However, the conversation did not stop once the week ended. When discussing mental health, it is importa...

Latest Synod assembly focuses on youth

Alexa Carpenter, Crier staff

November 12, 2018

In efforts to preserve the Catholic Church’s sacred doctrines and sustain its venerated disciplines, the Synod of Bishops was established in 1965 by Pope Paul VI and remains as an essential feature of the Catholic Church today. ...

Jean building approaches 100th birthday

Sarah Poolman, Photo Editor

November 12, 2018

The Joseph Jean Building on the Saint Anselm College campus has a more interesting past than what many students may realize. While it no longer houses the bookstore and is in the space where the proposed new welcome center is ...

NECHE report to occur alongside DiSalvo’s departure

Janelle Fassi & Alex Dooley, Crier staff

November 12, 2018

Every 10 years, Saint Anselm College and colleges across the country receiving financial aid must draft a 100-page self-study and determine whether they are effective enough to continue as academic institutions. However, it i...

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