Category: Campus News

Communication, Participation Become Key Issues In Freshman Elections

As the week-long campaigns for the positions of Secretary, Senator, Vice President, and President begin, all eyes will be on the candidates. Now, the question becomes this: who will win the election, and will they prove to be the leader their class needs?

NHIOP Cares About Civic Engagement, and We Should Too

Civic Engagement is more than just simply participating in the political process, it is about engaging with your own community. Sure it may seem silly to think that just by voting alone someone can make a difference, but it is more than just the act of voting; it is what that act represents.

Change Is Ahead: Favazza Takes Office

If a lack of transparency and accessibility concerned you last year, as it did this author, have faith in this: change is ahead.

SAC Class of 2023 Arrives On Campus

We, here at The Hilltopper would like to extend a warm welcome to this year's Freshman class. As you arrive on campus and begin your Anselmian journey keep in mind these three things: the value of community, the value of service, and the value of inclusivity.

Graduating for a Cause: This Year’s Commencement as a Call to Action

Recent Saint Anselm Graduate Wesley Vanderburgh reflects on the need to redefine community and civic engagement.

The Dire Need for More Dorms on Campus

As the 2018-2019 school year comes to a close, Cam McIntire has some thoughts about the housing problems on campus.

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.