Category: Campus News

President Hosts Town Hall, Urges Community To Stay Calm

Favazza used the forum as an opportunity to continue to project what he has attempted to do since the middle of last March: stay ready, stay calm.

Saint A’s Green Queens Work To Create A More Sustainable Campus

Take a walk up to FBC sometime, to drop off your recyclables and say hi to us in B6! Keep up the amazing work Saint A’s, we are so proud to be bringing some form of sustainability back to our campus community!

SGA Welcomes New Members

When it comes to the SGA and its responsibilities, the average student would say “But Spencer, SGA doesn’t do [insert whatever you want here]”. This statement is incorrect by all means.

#BLACKLIVESMATTER

At The Hilltopper, our team would like to hear from you regarding George Floyd, racial injustice and the Black Lives Matter movement. We are always open to obtaining articles and op-eds from members of the Saint Anselm community and want to be a platform for your voices to be heard. You can message us on ...

Incoming Administration Manages Unprecedented Challenges, Selects Executive Board

“Every student is doing an amazing job adjusting, and we understand how difficult the transition has been. However, Kevin and I are forward thinkers and are thrilled to be back in the Fall! Even though we will not be in our office in the Student Center, our email ‘doors’ are always open, so please do not hesitate to contact us! Be well, and go hawks!” - President-Elect Rit Flandreau

What’s The Deal With “Pass/Fail”?

What are the requirements? How does it work? Who makes the decision? Read on, below.

Will Saint A’s Look To Tighten Its Belt In The Coming Months?

While it is the College’s stated mission to ride out the storm, President Favazza personally commented to the Hilltopper that, “Given all the issues we are facing at this moment, we will have some big financial challenges for next year”.

Coronavirus Causes Campus Closure for the Semester

Over the past few weeks, colleges and universities across the nation have faced uncertainty, confusion, and fear in light of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), and Saint Anselm was no exception.