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Academic Symposium Speakers Stress Liberal Arts Importance

Elizabeth Sawyer, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

An Academic Symposium began the week of festivities celebrating the inauguration of Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo from October 16 to 18. Taking place in the Dana Center on October 16, Dr. Mark Cronin hosted the first ever Academic Symposium...

Steven Disalvo Receives Presidential Chain; First Layman Ever to Lead Saint Anselm

Gabriella Servello, News Editor

November 8, 2013

The presidential inauguration of Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, tenth President of Saint Anselm College, was held on Friday, October 18. The inauguration took place on the quad in front of Alumni Hall, following a church service in Dr....

Anti-Bullying: Moving Beyond Classroom

Vanessa Burton, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

On September 9, 2013, 12-year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick jumped to her death from an old concrete plant in Winter Haven, Florida. After nearly a year of being subjected to intense bullying by her peers, Rebecca finally succumbed...

Fun Local Fall Activities Recommended To Students

Maude Pritchett, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

One of the loveliest characteristics of New England, and New Hampshire in particular, is the fall and its wonderful fall foliage. There are many things that one can and should do during this marvelous season. One thing I do...

Ever Wonder About Trick-Or-Treating?

Hannah Gallucci, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

“Nothing beats a haunted moonlit night on All Hallows Eve…on this fatal night, at this witching time, the starless sky laments black and unmoving.  The somber hues of an ominous, dark forest are suddenly illuminated under...

Costly Family Weekend Underlines Bigger Issue

Caleb Mason, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

Family weekend, a chance for students to see their families and show them around the home they have created since moving in to Saint A’s about two months ago; sounds great right? In theory and in most cases, absolutely. But...

Cabingo Turns Good Students Into Crazed Animals

Brian Higgins, Special to the Crier

November 8, 2013

Many of us had to read The Lottery by Shirley Jackson in high school. The story, published in 1948, describes a peaceful American town that once a year takes part in a barbaric lottery to determine which lone citizen will be sto...

Students Show Good Behavior at Club SAC Event

Susan Watkins, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

What seems like just yesterday, the Hilltop was abuzz with jubilance as we formally welcomed Dr. DiSalvo into our Anselmian home. The events were gorgeous and elegant, full of reverence and hope. However, one event in particular...

Students Should Feel Safe, Aware on Campus

Rachel Dushkewich, Crier Staff

November 8, 2013

At my first glance, the email from campus security only inspired slightly condescending amusement. On Oct.5, a college-aged male, presumably acting according to his blood-alcohol-level rather than his age, forgot that laws...

SGA Should Think Twice, Seek Student Input on Discussions of Academic Change

November 8, 2013

The Saint Anselm Student Government Association is looking to play a greater role in academic life here on the Hilltop, and many students are concerned about the negative effects of such a move. In a resolution presented at...

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