Category: Beyond Campus

No Labels: Problem Solver Convention

MANCHESTER - On Sunday, November 3, individuals from across the country gathered at the DoubleTree in Manchester for the No Labels: Problem Solver Convention. No Labels, a political organization whose mission is to combat partisan dysfunction in Congress, hosted the event that headlined multiple presidential candidates, members of the Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus, as well as current and former senators.

Canada Goes to the Polls

Six leaders enter... no one leaves?

Moderates and Progressives Separate Themselves in the Third Democratic Debate

The first party-sanctioned event to have only one night of debates saw ten candidates battle for their messages to be heard [...] little happened that was “expected”, which arguably led to the most interesting debate yet.

Boris Johnson elected UK Prime Minister

Boris Johnson will take over the office facing immediate scrutiny, both over his lack of a public mandate, as well as his at times abrasive behavior. It is hoped that his firebrand ways will push a Brexit deal forward, however, he has stated that by October 31st, the UK will leave the European Union with or without a deal.

CNN Hosts Historic Town Hall at Saint Anselm

Five Democratic candidates speak in the Dana Center to lay out each of their plans for a new American Presidency.

Ex-Pope Labels Sexual Revolution as Cause of Church Abuse Crisis

Earlier today, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI released a letter condemning the sexual revolution of the 1960s for causing the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal. The letter, a nearly 6,000-word essay, was published in a German newspaper before an official English translation by the Catholic News Agency was released and is controversial on two grounds: the ...

No Rest for the Hilltop: Candidates Keep Coming

It’s no surprise to Saint Anselm students that campus is a hotbed for political activity. Every president since Dwight Eisenhower has been to the hilltop. The whirlwind is getting started a bit early, though. Presidents’ Day Weekend and the following days brought two prominent candidates to campus and even more to the state. Senator Kirsten ...