Getting to Know Dr. Condoleezza Rice

Friday, September 19, 2014

“ … the most important thing … a leader can do is recognize leadership qualities in others. Part of your responsibility is not just to say, ‘Charge this hill with me,’ but to make sure that you are developing other people’s leadership skills.” – Dr. Rice. An Interview... 

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Abolitionist James M. McKaye: Champion of Civil Rights

Thursday, September 18, 2014

By Gary T. Lord, Dana Professor of History. Issued in the midst of the Civil War, the Emancipation Proclamation is regarded as one of the most important pronouncements on human rights since the Declaration of Independence. Artist Francis B. Carpenter’s 15-foot-wide depiction of... 

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2013-14 Annual Report

Thursday, September 18, 2014

This year, we took a different approach to the Annual Report. Rather than printing it as a stand-alone publication, we published the report as part of the fall 2014 Norwich Record. Now, it reaches thousands more alumni, family and friends of Norwich University. The fall issue has... 

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Be a Servant Leader

Photo by Mark Collier

Lt Gen Bruce A. Litchfield, USAF, 2014 Commissioning Speaker. (Photo by Mark Collier.) Norwich University conducted its 2014 commencement and commissioning ceremonies on May 10-11 in Shapiro Field House. On Saturday, more than 500 students—the largest graduating class in President... Read More


Dr. Inglish Morgan-Gardner

Photo by Mark Collier

The Power of Service. To meet Dr. Inglish Morgan-Gardner face to face is to encounter a contagious smile, generous heart, compelling discourse, and deep passion for her work. As a faculty member for Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies, Morgan-Gardner stands among a generation of 21st-century educators who meet the challenge of projecting […]


Vanessa Champagne ’15: A Star on Two Surfaces

Vanessa Champagne

Few college students have what it takes to stand out in one varsity sport—much less two. But senior Vanessa Champagne has accomplished all that and more. An integral component of the women’s rugby team’s success, Champagne has helped the Cadets win multiple national championships. And, as a forward on the Cadets women’s hockey team, she […]



Alumni with James Evans

To Many, James Evans is merely a name engraved on the Centennial Stairs. But to three decades of Norwich students, he was an endearing father figure. From South Wales, Evans came to the U.S. in 1860 and served with the 41st Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. Captured at the Battle of Chickamauga, he […]


Matthew Romei ’98

Photo Courtesy of Matthew Romei ’98.

A sergeant with the Fairfield, Ala., Police Dept., Matthew Romei ’98 serves as a volunteer firefighter/paramedic. A member of the Alabama National Guard, he is assigned to Detachment 1 of the 1166 Military Police Company in Calera. While at Norwich, Matthew volunteered with the Northfield Fire Department and Ambulance Service, and the Berlin Fire Department. […]