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  • Daron Montgomery Named Director of Athletics : Saint Anselm College
    with him extensive experience in several NCAA divisions a commitment to academic quality for student athletes and a track record of success not only in athletics administration but in coaching fundraising and facilities development Montgomery has served as the Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point since 2011 and has 17 years of experience in the field of collegiate athletics He holds a bachelor of arts in Sports Management from Lenoir Rhyne University and a Master s of Arts in Athletic Administration from Ball State University At UW Stevens Point he oversaw twenty three NCAA Division III teams encompassing 530 student athletes competing in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference WIAC Over the past four years under his leadership the university has earned 14 conference championships 30 NCAA appearances and numerous All American recognitions with eight teams nationally ranked They have displayed an equal commitment to academic success posting a cumulative student athlete grade point average of 3 15 in 2014 15 He supervised full time and part time coaching staff as well as financial operations and external relations setting records for both donors a 70 increase in number from 2011 to 2014 and funds raised more than 2 2 million in external revenue through new athletic corporate sponsorships over four years Prior to that beginning in 2007 Montgomery was Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Detroit Mercy a Division I private Catholic institution He first came to UDM in 1998 as Director of Ticket Operations and Sales As Senior Associate Director he was chief Athletics development officer with an emphasis on major gift fundraising and coordinated capital campaigns that culminated in facilities construction and renovation projects on campus including locker rooms office suites six lane track and synthetic turf multi purpose playing field and a

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  • New Scholarship for New Hampshire Catholic High School Students : Saint Anselm College
    New Hampshire schools who start entering the college in the fall of 2016 The Bradley Memorial Scholarship named for the Right Reverend Denis M Bradley first Bishop of Manchester 1884 1903 and one of the founders of Saint Anselm College is available to all students of six private Catholic high schools in New Hampshire who are accepted to the college No separate scholarship application is required and no criteria are attached to awarding of the scholarship beyond admission to Saint Anselm based on academic and extracurricular achievement and graduation from one of the named Catholic high schools in New Hampshire The Bradley Scholarship grants 6 000 of institutional aid to the students for each of a maximum four years they attend Saint Anselm College The Scholarship is non need based it is awarded automatically to students who graduate from the six eligible Catholic high schools in New Hampshire and who are accepted to Saint Anselm as Freshmen or Transfer students The six private Catholic high schools are Bishop Brady in Concord Bishop Guertin of Nashua Holy Family Academy in Manchester Mount Royal Academy of Sunapee Trinity High School in Manchester and Saint Thomas Aquinas of Dover These awards are made

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  • Ad Blitz Fails to Lift Jeb Bush's Numbers in New Hampshire : Saint Anselm College
    running short Usher said The poll which included 400 likely Republican primary voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 9 percentage points shows roughly two thirds of the electorate could be persuaded to support someone other than their first choice Trump s supporters are more locked in than his nearest competitor s with 51 percent of the billionaire s backers saying their mind is made up compared to 30 percent for Carson s Bush does better among non conservatives where he draws 16 percent support compared to just 6 percent among conservatives Trump does better with conservatives than non conservatives 29 percent compared to 18 percent Carson draws roughly equal backing from both groups New Jersey Governor Chris Christie who has heavily invested his campaign time in New Hampshire is backed by 5 percent of likely primary voters in the poll All of the other candidates were below 5 percent with the state s first in the nation primary less than four months away When first and second choices are combined the two leaders in New Hampshire are nearly tied at 33 percent for Trump and 32 percent for Carson Rubio is third at 19 percent followed by Fiorina at 17 percent At 16 percent Bush trails those four The poll also tested existing and potential lines of attack against several of the top candidates with mixed results Republican primary voters are nearly evenly divided on whether they re bothered by the notion that Trump repeatedly insults other Republican candidates Strong majorities aren t concerned about some of Carson s recent controversial statements including 68 percent who say they re not bothered by his declaration that being Muslim is disqualifying to become president An even larger group 78 percent weren t troubled that he said Adolf Hitler s mass murder of Jews might not have been as successful if the people had been armed Bush s advocacy for a path to legal residence for immigrants who are in this country illegally makes 53 percent of those in the survey less supportive of him while 49 percent say that about his backing of Common Core national education standards Nearly three quarters say they aren t bothered that he s the son and brother of two former presidents When told that Cruz has repeatedly led the charge for government shutdowns for his own political advantage 52 percent of Republican primary voters say they re less supportive of him while 41 percent say it doesn t concern them After being told that Fiorina was fired as CEO at Hewlett Packard with a 21 million severance package after the company lost stock value 59 percent said they aren t bothered while 37 percent said it would make them less supportive of her Rubio s youthfulness isn t much of a concern with 87 percent saying they re not bothered that the 44 year old would be the third youngest president if elected One ray of sunshine for Bush in

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  • New Hampshire Republicans Don't Want a Hardliner as House Speaker : Saint Anselm College
    succeed outgoing Speaker John Boehner likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters by a two to one ratio say they want a successor who s willing to compromise Sixty six percent of likely GOP primary voters in a new Bloomberg Politics Saint Anselm New Hampshire Poll say the next speaker must be able to negotiate with the president Democrats and other Republicans to keep the country fiscally solvent and on the right track because shutting down the government isn t good for the Republican Party or for the country Just 30 percent say the next speaker should be a true conservative who will stand on principle on matters such as Planned Parenthood funding 1 and the debt limit even if it means shutting the government down or putting it into default Read the questions and methodology Boehner who announced his retirement last month was undone by hardliners in his tent who didn t think he fought enough for their principles House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy abruptly dropped out of the running in the face of opposition from the same faction Representative Paul Ryan the party s 2012 vice presidential nominee has been resisting efforts to recruit him for the position in part because he doesn t want to accede to those same forces New Hampshire where the first primary of the 2016 presidential election will be held in February is a swing state whose Republican voters may reflect its centrist political tradition An NBC News Wall Street Journal survey released Monday found that Republican voters nationally are less interested in compromise By a margin of 56 percent to 40 percent they say they prefer a speaker who will stand up for conservative principles as opposed to seek compromise even if it means less productivity in Congress Almost two thirds of Republicans

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  • Joe Biden Lags Behind Sanders and Clinton : Saint Anselm College
    Webb who dropped out of the Democratic race on Tuesday was the first choice of 1 percent of those surveyed and the second choice of 1 percent Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig was the first choice of 1 percent while former Maryland Governor Martin O Malley and former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee got no support as a first choice candidate but drew the backing of 6 percent and 1 percent respectively as a second choice candidate Bloomberg Politics Saint Anselm last polled New Hampshire Democrats in June before Sanders surge and Clinton led him 56 percent to 24 percent then Biden was not named in that survey The anemic showing for the vice president comes as people close to him say he s nearing a decision on whether to get into the race though there have been several false alarms in recent weeks Advisers have said that Biden s choice won t be driven by polling and will instead be swayed by whether he believes that he and his family would be able to withstand the stress of the campaign after losing his older son Beau Biden earlier this year Thirty six percent of Democratic primary voters surveyed say that Biden s drawn out decision making process made them less supportive of him while 62 percent say it doesn t matter to them Biden has signaled that his bid would ride on the successes and popularity of President Barack Obama who got favorable ratings from 83 percent of the New Hampshire Democrats surveyed Biden s 75 percent favorability rating put him behind both former President Bill Clinton 78 percent and Hillary Clinton 77 percent The differences are more pronounced among those voters who feel most strongly Obama got very favorable ratings from 50 percent of New Hampshire Democrats For Hillary Clinton that number is 40 percent For Biden 29 percent The highest favorability rankings went to Sanders from neighboring Vermont 86 percent rated him favorably and 55 percent very favorable On questions of personality and ability to govern the vice president generally trails Clinton and Sanders Clinton leads the field on leadership questions with 49 percent of those surveyed saying she s most ready to be president Biden despite being a heartbeat away from the presidency for nearly seven years and having served in the Senate for nearly four decades is seen as most ready by 21 percent of respondents barely ahead of Sanders who s at 20 percent Clinton also has an advantage in being seen as knowing best how to get things done in Washington and in handling Russian President Vladimir Putin And Democrats see her as their party s strongest potential standardbearer 50 percent of respondents say that Clinton would be best capable of beating the Republican nominee in the general election Sanders is next at 19 percent Sanders does better than Clinton and Biden on traits of authenticity and likability which the vice president s allies have suggested would be his advantage Sanders is seen as

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  • Fall 2015 Events and Programs : Saint Anselm College
    Curator of Photography Museum of Fine Arts Boston Date Thursday October 1 Time 4 30 p m Location Dana Center Room 1D Reception to follow at the Dana Center Walking Art Tour Anselmian Culture in Bronze Stone and Glass Join Fr Iain MacLellan Director of the Chapel Art Center for a public walking tour of the Saint Anselm College campus to view artworks by multitalented sculptor and stained glass artist Sylvia Nicolas In addition to discussing Nicolas s bronze statues of Saint Anselm Saint Benedict and the Madonna of Saint Anselm Fr Iain will lead participants in a close look at the stained glass windows mosaics and other works by the talented Nicolas family in the Saint Anselm Abbey Church This event is open to the public and presented in conjunction with Saint Anselm College s Family Weekend Date Saturday October 24 Time 1 30 p m Tour will begin at the Chapel Art Center and conclude with a light reception at the Grotto Participants are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather Tour will be approximately 45 minutes in length One Day Exhibition Works by Sylvia Nicolas from the Chapel Art Center Permanent Collection For one day only the Chapel Art Center presents a selection of sculpture stained glass and drawings by multitalented artist Sylvia Nicolas Nicolas iconic statues of Saint Anselm Saint Benedict and the Madonna have become treasured landmarks on the Saint Anselm College campus This small exhibit will present a group of Nicolas s works drawn from the permanent collection of the Chapel Art Center The exhibit is presented in conjuction with Saint Anselm College s Family Weekend Date Saturday October 24 Time 10 a m to 4 p m Location Chapel Art Center Lobby Fine Arts Series Lecture Protectors of Paul The Benedictines and Saint

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  • Mission : Saint Anselm College
    and Programs Mission Collection Staff Visit Saint Anselm College Home Page Institutes Centers and the Arts Chapel Art Center Mission Main Content Mission About The Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College is dedicated to the acquisition conservation and exhibition of fine art as a wholly unique place of learning Founded in 1967 this facility provides a gracious setting for special exhibitions and houses a small permanent collection As a center for the promotion of the fine arts for the Saint Anselm campus and the community at large the Chapel Art Center hosts a variety of lectures tours concerts readings and recitals in conjunction with its exhibition series Mission Statement In keeping with the College s Catholic and Benedictine mission to educate students in the liberal arts the Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center seeks to cultivate the intelligence of both the heart and the mind Through its exhibitions and programming the Chapel Art Center is motivated by an awareness that beauty speaks to intelligence and that art teaches as it elevates the human mind and spirit toward poetic truth Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New

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  • Collection : Saint Anselm College
    had seen the Messiah was directed by the Holy Spirit to visit the temple There he intercepted Christ s parents took the child in his arms and offered up a song of praise to the Lord stating that he could now depart in peace because mine eyes have seen thy salvation Simeon s prayer would become known as the Nunc Dimittis or Song of Simeon Rembrandt H van Rijn 1606 1669 The Presentation in the Temple with the Angel ca 1630 Etching on laid paper 10 3 x 7 8 cm 4 x 3 inches The MacDonald Collection Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center Purchase Hugh J MacIsaac Art Acquisition Fund 2015 Sovereign Lord as you have promised you may now dismiss your servant in peace For my eyes have seen your salvation which you have prepared in the sight of all nations a light for revelation to the Gentiles and the glory of your people Israel from the Gospel according to Luke Chapter 2 verses 29 32 In the second instance the Gospel of Luke describes an elderly woman named Anna who never left the temple remaining every day to pray and fast At the moment of Simeon s revelation Anna approached Mary and Joseph giving thanks to God and speaking to everyone present about Jesus s role in the redemption of Israel Luke 2 36 38 This etched Presentation is an intensely detailed miniature composition measuring only four inches from top to bottom The aged Simeon is depicted cradling the Christ child in the center right with Mary and Joseph kneeling on either side their backs to the viewer Our eyes are drawn to Simeon and the infant Christ by the pointed finger of a winged angel who appears over the shoulder of the standing prophetess Anna

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