The Saint Anselm Crier

Election ’16 brings out the ugly in ‘ugly Americans’

Aidan Denehy, Opinion Editor

August 31, 2016

2016 is a big year; it is the year of an American presidential election. This year, the election is especially controversial, as two candidates with some of the lowest approval ratings in history have secured their party’s nominations,...

Some on and off campus financial advice for Class of 2020

Dan Flatley, Business Manager

August 31, 2016

Dear freshmen, welcome to Saint Anselm College!  Freshmen year is always fun at Saint Anselm, but as with any school, it could potentially be expensive.  Here are some tips on how to be fiscally responsible. Stick with Davi...

Novelist Toni Morrison wins recognition at award ceremony in Peterborough

Jasmine Blais, Culture Editor

August 31, 2016

Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Toni Morrison was awarded the 57th Edward MacDowell Medal on Aug. 14 in Peterborough, N.H. In her acceptance speech, she retold her famous anecdote of the origin of her first...

Construction of new college entrance underway, to showcase Alumni Hall

Ashley Dumont, Crier Staff

August 31, 2016

Saint Anselm College has decided to relocate the main entrance to College Road, a return to its original placement. President DiSalvo recently revealed to the Anselmian community that Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. McNeil, Saint Anselm...

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