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125th Anniversary Events, April 20-24

April 20, 2015

Michelle Adams
Communications and Marketing
(603) 641-7240

As Saint Anselm College continues its year-long 125th anniversary celebration, students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends are invited to join the upcoming festivities.

The Feast of Saint Anselm is an opportunity for us to remember our Benedictine roots and recommit ourselves to their ideals.

April 20-24 Events

Tuesday, April 21
Saint Anselm Lecture

Rev. Daniel Moloney will present the Saint Anselm Lecture, "St. Anselm, Blessed John Henry Newman, and the Idea of a Benedictine University," at 7:30 p.m. in the Cushing North Lounge. More information »

Wednesday, April 22
Historic Campus Walking Tour

College Archivist Keith Chevalier will guide a Historic Campus Walking Tour during the College Hour. Join us on Alumni Hall Plaza at 12:30 p.m. for a birthday cake reception and toast to Saint Anselm College. The tour will leave from the Plaza at 12:45 p.m. (hard copies will be available on the 22nd). View the Historic Campus Walking Tour Map online »

Friday, April 24
Awarding of the Saint Anselm Medal
This year, Saint Anselm College will award The Saint Anselm Medal in honor of its patron, Saint Anselm of Canterbury, who distinguished himself as a Churchman, Philosopher, and Theologian. You are invited to join us for a Eucharistic Celebration and the Awarding of The Saint Anselm Medal to His Eminence Gerald Cyprien Cardinal Lacroix, I.S.P.X., Archbishop of Quebec City and Primate of Canada at 2:30 p.m. in the Abbey Church. A reception in Cushing Student Center will follow. More information »

Anselm 125, Student Grande Finale
Start with "Party Your Classes Off" on the Campus Green at 5 p.m., followed by the Anselm 125 Time Capsule Ceremony, and finish the evening with a fireworks display. More information »


Saturday, June 6
Finale Anniversary Event
Join our returning alumni during Reunion Weekend as we gather for one last Anselmian celebration of our first 125 years.

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