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The student news site of Saint Anselm College

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    Saint Anselm’s downward trend continued Saturday, falling 1-0 to Adelphi University on the road. The shutout loss now makes it six in a row to start the season, as the team is struggling to put one in the win column. The Hawks’ most recent loss had been dealt Wednesday when they were also shutout 1-0...

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    Going head to head with No. 24 ranked Franklin Pierce, Saint A’s would suffer a tough 2-1 loss Saturday at home. After starting off the year 2-2, the Hawks have dropped their last three and now sit 2-5 with a 2-3 NE10 conference record. Saturday’s game also marks the fourth time this year the team...

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    Coming off the heels of two straight losses the Hawks responded with a 29-21 victory over American Int’l on Saturday in their homecoming bout. The Hawks victory on Saturday was highlighted by a great game in all phases on both offense and defense. As the Hawks tallied an impressive 406 yards of total offense while...

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    President Steven R. DiSalvo announced today that he will step down from his position as president of Saint Anselm College on June 30, 2019. He first informed the Board of Trustees at today’s meeting, and then shortly afterward sent an email to the Saint Anselm community detailing his resignation. Dr. DiSalvo’s announcement was greeted with...

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    When one pictures a dangerous offender, a seventy-two-year-old woman certainly does not come to mind. The prison release of Wanda Barzee has prompted people to consider the possibilities of an elderly woman still presenting a danger to society. Barzee did nothing to stop her husband from kidnapping and sexually assaulting a teenage girl. Fourteen-year-old Elizabeth...

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    The term Boko Haram loosely translates to “Western education is abhorrent,” and is a nickname for the insurgent group based in Nigeria, Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati Wal-Jihad, or “the People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophet’s Teachings and Jihad.” This group was founded by Mohammed Yusuf around 2002, and, as Helon Habila puts it,...

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    Sony had teased a film based on Spider-Man’s popular nemesis Venom for years, but it took until the climax of another comic book movie series for it to be released. The Avengers series has set a standard for superhero films over the past decade that, for better and for worse, Venom almost completely ignores. Only...

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    Wherever there is a controversial subject to discuss, the Saint Anselm Debate Team will not be far behind. The Debate Team held an open debate on September 27 in the Academic Resource Center of the Student Center at 6 p.m. The topic of banning books was inspired by this year’s Banned Book Week, which lasted...

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    The Modern Language Department and the Intercultural Center teamed up for Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the history and culture of Hispanic-Americans and their ancestors who fought for independence. This national celebration lasts from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Although Hispanic Heritage month is ending, students walk away with a greater appreciation for Latino culture....

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    The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center here at Saint Anselm College recently held an opening reception for the Lucille Davison Collection of Ceramic Cow Creamers. In the Chapel Art pamphlet, the collection is described as being “made up of 45 examples of this distinctive form of bovine-inspired tableware.” The collection was gifted to...

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    Saint A’s women’s soccer kept the ball rolling Saturday, blanking out Le Moyne 3-0, en route to their third win in a row. The team, after a rocky start, now sits .500 for the first time since early September. Heading to central New York on Saturday the squad was fresh off the heels of a...

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    Sometimes a team’s greatest defense is their offense. That was just the case last Saturday afternoon as the Saint Anselm College Field Hockey team pounded Southern Connecticut College by a score of  7-0 at Grappone Stadium. The Hawks were firing on all cylinders from the beginning of the game, attempting three corners within the first...

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    The nightmare season for the men’s soccer team continued Tuesday, as they fell 1-0 to Merrimack College at Melucci Field. With the loss the team sinks to 0-9-1 for the year, and 0-7-1 in the Northeast-10 Conference. After dropping the first eight out of the gate, the Hawks were finally able to squeak out a...

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    For Jordan Cook, cross country is more than a sport. It is a chance to prove himself and redeem himself. Cook was born and raised in Biddeford, Maine. A graduate of Biddeford High School, he has been competing as a cross country runner since eighth grade. Currently a sophomore at Saint Anselm College, Cook majors...

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