To celebrate Shakespeare’s 457th birthday, students, faculty, and alumni, from around the country read Sonnets at the Savard Welcome Center and over zoom. If you were to guess what Professor Gary Bouchard’s pride and joy is, you may think to predict it to be his doctorate degree, his children, or his position as a professor
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After a tumultuous year dealing with the many setbacks felt from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Anselmian Abbey Players continue to find a way to do what they love and perform great theater for the Saint Anselm campus. Their upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth will be the first major production that the new director of the
As we return from an unexpectedly long Easter break, it is becoming easier than ever to recycle on the Hilltop When the Class of 2024 Council first took office, they wasted no time beginning on one of their biggest campaign promises-establishing a recycling program on campus. The 2024 Class Council has been consistently attending Campus
In continuing with The Hilltopper’s coverage of the Student Government Association elections, our team reached out to the candidates running for Student Body President and Vice President for the ’21-22′ academic year.
The application is open! Check you email, and read this article for more information!
While Saint Anselm College has been deemed a “congregate living setting” to receive the vaccine, it looks like it will not be arriving on campus by March as had been originally projected.
On Monday, members of the Student Senate debated a resolution to request greater transparency from the SAC administration.
On Tuesday, civil rights activist Bernice King, the daughter of the late Martin Luther King Jr. spoke with SAC students about current racial issues in the United States.