The Saint Anselm Crier

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The Saint Anselm Crier is the official student newspaper of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. The Crier is printed bi-weekly for a total of between 10-12 editions per academic year.

Mission: The Crier is an independent student newspaper intended to inform the student body and make possible the free exchange of opinion within the college community. The opinions expressed within The Crier do not necessarily reflect those of Saint Anselm College. The Crier accepts letters of opinion for publishing.

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NEWS: “Saint Anselm Alumnus Anthony Siragusa Invents Spray Away Toilet Brush®”http://ow.ly/czA330oDeKa
05/08/2019
Saint Anselm Alumnus Anthony Siragusa Invents Spray Away Toilet Brush®

NEWS: “Saint Anselm Alumnus Anthony Siragusa Invents Spray Away Toilet Brush®”
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2007 graduate Anthony Siragusa has taken his entrepreneurial skills to China and is manufacturing the first of its kind toilet brush that is receiving rave reviews in its initial product offering. Market research shows 78% of people feel the Spray Away is a better option to the standard toilet brush...

NEWS: “20 senior student leaders were recognized during 26th annual Coleman Awards” by Roque Otazo, Photographerhttp://o...
05/05/2019
20 senior student leaders were recognized during 26th annual Coleman Awards

NEWS: “20 senior student leaders were recognized during 26th annual Coleman Awards” by Roque Otazo, Photographer
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On April 10th, a night of celebration took place in the Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex Auditorium where families, friends, and faculty of the Saint Anselm College community gathered to recognize the leaders of the class of 2019. This year during the 26th annual Paul S. Coleman Volunt...

NEWS: “The Crier offers its condolences to the family of late alumn Hugh J. Reilly”http://ow.ly/SQOs30oCT1V
05/05/2019
The Crier offers its condolences to the family of late alumn Hugh J. Reilly

NEWS: “The Crier offers its condolences to the family of late alumn Hugh J. Reilly”
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Hugh J. Reilly, of Playa Vista, CA, formerly of Westport, CT, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on April 4, 2019, at the age of 86. Hugh was born in the Bronx, NY on August 31, 1932, to Thomas and Catherine Reilly. Hugh graduated from St. Anselm’s College in Manchester, NH with a B.A...

NEWS: “Sixty-nine senior student nurses receive their pins” by Sarah Hummel, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/Sa7j30oCxdK
05/04/2019
Sixty-nine senior student nurses receive their pins

NEWS: “Sixty-nine senior student nurses receive their pins” by Sarah Hummel, Crier Staff
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At 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, sixty-nine senior student-nurses joined together with their family, friends, and professors to receive their pins. The nursing pinning ceremony is symbolic and historic, marking the culmination of four years of challenging coursework and clinical experience. The c...

NEWS: “Corruption or justice: America is currently at a crossroads” by David Micali, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/xRT630oCxd6
05/04/2019
Corruption or justice: America is currently at a crossroads

NEWS: “Corruption or justice: America is currently at a crossroads” by David Micali, Crier Staff
http://ow.ly/xRT630oCxd6

Tom Steyer, founder of Need to Impeach, sat down with former WMUR political director Josh McElveen at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics to talk about impeachment, money in politics, and the problems plaguing American democracy. Tom Steyer was born in New York City and attended Philips Exeter H...

NEWS: “Res Life celebrates Earth Day” by Samantha Jette, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/xmyO30oCxek
05/04/2019
Res Life celebrates Earth Day

NEWS: “Res Life celebrates Earth Day” by Samantha Jette, Crier Staff
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Each April, the Office of Residential Life and Education hosts an Earth Day Celebration on campus. This year’s event was held on April 26 and featured live animals, as well as plant giveaways and fly fishing lessons. The program was scheduled to take place on the Alumni Quad but was moved inside t...

Juliann comes on one last time to say goodbye and thank you to everyone who has ever tuned in to Hawkward!
05/03/2019
Season Finale S2E14 by Hawkward • A podcast on Anchor

Juliann comes on one last time to say goodbye and thank you to everyone who has ever tuned in to Hawkward!

Juliann comes on one last time to say goodbye and thank you to everyone who has ever tuned in to Hawkward!

NEWS: “Senior editorial staff reflect on the past and prepare for the future” by Juliann Guerra, News Editorhttp://ow.ly...
05/03/2019
Senior editorial staff reflect on the past and prepare for the future

NEWS: “Senior editorial staff reflect on the past and prepare for the future” by Juliann Guerra, News Editor
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Four members of The Crier Editorial Staff – Editor-in-Chief, Em Craig, Opinion Editor, Craig Watkins, Culture Editor, Meghan Schmitt, and myself, News Editor, Juliann Guerra – will be graduating this May. Em Craig will receive a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish with English and Gender Studies Mino...

NEWS: “Healing our divided society: the Kerner Commission 50 years later” by David Micali, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/q7Sw3...
05/03/2019
Healing our divided society: the Kerner Commission 50 years later

NEWS: “Healing our divided society: the Kerner Commission 50 years later” by David Micali, Crier Staff
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Speaking to a crowd of students and New Hampshire residents, Alan Curtis, the last living member of the Kerner Commission, spoke about inequality and ways to heal the divided nation. Fifty years ago, following riots in over 100 American cities and the assassinations of Senator Robert F. Kennedy and....

NEWS: “Presidential search enters its final months” by Abby Arsenault, News Editorhttp://ow.ly/8VYE30oCxbw
05/03/2019
Presidential search enters its final months

NEWS: “Presidential search enters its final months” by Abby Arsenault, News Editor
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As finals steadily approach, so does the departure of Steven DiSalvo as President of Saint Anselm College. Earlier this year, DiSalvo sent out a schoolwide email announcing that his duties will officially end on June 30. DiSalvo has since announced that he will become the next President of Endicott....

NEWS: “Students give presentation of research for SOAR” by Edward Frankonis, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/MYKW30oCxaH
05/03/2019
Students give presentation of research for SOAR

NEWS: “Students give presentation of research for SOAR” by Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff
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On April 12 at 6:30 p.m., several high-achieving Anselmians gave a public presentation of their respective research projects as a part of the college’s SOAR program in Perini lecture hall, the Goulet science building. Led by the boundless enthusiasm of philosophy faculty member Dr. Joshua Tepley, ...

NEWS: “NECHE team raises questions with governance” by Janelle Fassi, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/gMAO30oCx8w
05/03/2019
NECHE team raises questions with governance

NEWS: “NECHE team raises questions with governance” by Janelle Fassi, Crier Staff
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Saint Anselm College awaits the publication of the 2019 NECHE report as the end of the semester looms. The contents of the report will affect whether the college receives accreditation for the fall. The New England Commission of Higher Education, NECHE for short, has the main purpose of accrediting....

04/26/2019

Juliann sits down with President DiSalvo to talk about his time at Saint Anselm College, his hopes for the future of the college, and what he’ll bring with him to Endicott College
#Hawkward #TheCrier

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04/16/2019
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Our own Father Benedict was interview by The Concord Monitor about yesterdays fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Read the story here: http://ow.ly/eklJ50qrUim #notredame

04/12/2019

Juliann Sits down with Alex Lanzi to discuss what it’s like to graduate a year later than you originally planned
#Hawkward #TheCrier

04/06/2019

DID YOU KNOW: You can advertise your business, department, event, etc. in The Crier? We're starting to search for advertisements for next semester. Email [email protected] for our rate sheet!

04/05/2019

Juliann sits down with Braelyn and Casey to talk about the importance of Service & Solidarity Trips and what it takes to be a leader
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#hawkward #thecrier

NEWS (ONLINE ONLY): ”College Honors Benedictine Heritage” by Samantha Jette, Copt Editorhttp://ow.ly/UF5l30ojzWx
04/05/2019
College Honors Benedictine Heritage

NEWS (ONLINE ONLY): ”College Honors Benedictine Heritage” by Samantha Jette, Copt Editor
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Saint Anselm College celebrated its third annual Benedictine Heritage week from March 18-22, presented by the Council on Being Catholic and Benedictine. The week’s events consisted of discussions and education regarding the Benedictine tradition and its history. The week allows students, faculty, ...

NEWS: “Politics and dog toys: N.H. Kid Governor Lola Giannelli visits NHIOP” by Sarah Hummel, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/U9...
04/05/2019
Politics and dog toys: N.H. Kid Governor Lola Giannelli visits NHIOP

NEWS: “Politics and dog toys: N.H. Kid Governor Lola Giannelli visits NHIOP” by Sarah Hummel, Crier Staff
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Several NHIOP Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassadors participated in a service event On Friday, March 15 proposed by New Hampshire’s Kid Governor, Lola Giannelli. Using student-donated t-shirts that were pre-cut into long strips, volunteers braided the strips to create an assortment of stretchy, ...

NEWS: “Senior international relations major gets full-ride to UNH law school” by Janelle Fassi, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/...
04/05/2019
Senior international relations major gets full-ride to UNH law school

NEWS: “Senior international relations major gets full-ride to UNH law school” by Janelle Fassi, Crier Staff
http://ow.ly/F5wK30ojzL9

Cassandra Moran, a senior International Relations major, is on the fast-track to becoming a lawyer. Not only is she graduating early, but she recently received a full-boat scholarship to UNH Law. She says, “I was shocked…A lot of people don’t get [full-rides] so it was just a nice surprise.”...

NEWS: “The myth of Seneca Falls: A retelling of the women’s suffrage movement” by David Micali, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/...
04/05/2019
The myth of Seneca Falls: A retelling of the women’s suffrage movement

NEWS: “The myth of Seneca Falls: A retelling of the women’s suffrage movement” by David Micali, Crier Staff
http://ow.ly/QBU130ojA9v

Students were surprised to learn that the stories that are told about the women’s suffrage movement are the result of a PR campaign created by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. This is according to Associate Professor Lisa Tetrault of Carnegie Mellon University and author of the book .....

FRONT PAGE: “College releases first plans for new Welcome Center” by Juliann Guerra, News Editorhttp://ow.ly/nq7L30ojzzL
04/04/2019
College releases first plans for new Welcome Center

FRONT PAGE: “College releases first plans for new Welcome Center” by Juliann Guerra, News Editor
http://ow.ly/nq7L30ojzzL

In terms of construction, cranes and concrete, Saint Anselm College never stays quiet for long. With the completion of the Roger & Francine Jean Student Center Complex, the next project includes a new Welcome Center to introduce prospective students to campus. Saint Anselm College is the last instit...

FRONT PAGE: “SGA inaugurates next group of student leaders” by Edward Frankonis, Crier Staffhttp://ow.ly/5Wea30ojzF9
04/04/2019
SGA inaugurates next group of student leaders

FRONT PAGE: “SGA inaugurates next group of student leaders” by Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff
http://ow.ly/5Wea30ojzF9

When Gina Gagliardi, current member of the class of ‘22, first came to Saint Anselm College for a campus tour, her family happened to pass buy some Admissions Ambassadors that were gleefully waving to the prospective students. Upon seeing the outgoingness of the Ambassadors in action, Gagliardi’...

FRONT PAGE: “Men’s tennis team cut; women fear for squad’s future” by Juliann Guerra, News Editorhttp://ow.ly/cHVh30ojz2...
04/04/2019
Men’s tennis team cut; women fear for squad’s future

FRONT PAGE: “Men’s tennis team cut; women fear for squad’s future” by Juliann Guerra, News Editor
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Earlier this month, the Saint Anselm College Athletics Department announced the discontinuation of the men’s tennis team, leaving many student-athletes from the men and women’s tennis teams confused and looking for answers. “The men and women’s team share a head coach and due to our small si...

ONLINE ONLY: "Junior Cole Crusciel releases first single off new album" By Em Craig, Editor-in-Chiefhttps://criernewsroo...
04/03/2019
Junior Cole Crusciel releases first single off new album

ONLINE ONLY: "Junior Cole Crusciel releases first single off new album" By Em Craig, Editor-in-Chief

https://criernewsroom.com/culture/2019/04/03/junior-cole-crusciel-releases-first-single-off-new-album/

Recently, English major Cole Crusciel ’20 from Pennsylvania announced his Indiegogo Campaign to raise funds for the recording of his debut album with Boston-based producer Bryan Fennelly. If he reaches the funding goal for his project, he will have the chance of entering the studio with Fennelly t...

04/03/2019

We apologize for the lack of article links available recently. School work has been a little crazy for all of us and we've been struggling to keep up with updating our website. However, we're back at it! Starting tomorrow you will be seeing links for the stories in our newest issue! We hope you're excited because it's a good one! We appreciate your patience.

Thanks again,
The Crier Student Editors

President DiSalvo will become the seventh President of Endicott Collegehttps://criernewsroom.com/news/2019/03/27/larger-...
04/02/2019
Larger school, same vision: President DiSalvo transitions to Endicott College

President DiSalvo will become the seventh President of Endicott College

https://criernewsroom.com/news/2019/03/27/larger-school-same-vision-president-disalvo-transitions-to-endicott-college/

After announcing his departure to students and faculty back in October, President Steven DiSalvo will begin a new role this summer as Endicott College’s seventh president. Endicott is a private college in Beverly, MA offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. It is a relatively l...

This weekend our team walked in Relay for Life to raise money for the American Cancer Society. As a school, we raised ov...
03/31/2019

This weekend our team walked in Relay for Life to raise money for the American Cancer Society. As a school, we raised over $117,000 for cancer research!

Play along with the newest episode! -save this image-cross off the books you’ve read(-add the ones you haven’t to your t...
03/29/2019

Play along with the newest episode!
-save this image
-cross off the books you’ve read
(-add the ones you haven’t to your tbr list)
-see if you got BINGO!

03/15/2019

For St. Patrick’s Day Juliann had to sit down with members of the Irish Celtic Society
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#TheCrier #Hawkward

03/01/2019

It’s one of Juliann’s favorite topics: READING! She sits down with Prof. Cronin from the English Department to talk all about reading!
Link in bio

#TheCrier #Hawkward

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