ALL THAT JAZZ * NU Band, Drill Team perform in our nation’s capital. The Norwich University Regimental Band and Drill Team performed in the 58th Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Andrew Supplee ’18, an environmental science major from Orefield,... Read More
David Feinauer’s office contains a peculiar-looking gadget. Colorful, with intricately wound copper wires, the device immediately drew the eye of Norwich University photographer Mark Collier, who began snapping pictures of it. Feinauer reached for the object—it calls forth mental images of a UFO, but turned out to be a hydroelectric generator—and said, “This is the […]
Participating in athletics has long been a cornerstone of the Norwich University leadership experience. In keeping with that tradition, Junior Ashley Carvalho ’18 of the Cadets Women’s Soccer Team recently had the opportunity to attend the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Student-Athlete Leadership Forum in Baltimore, Md., November 10–13, 2016. The Pinellas Park, Fla., native […]
Shortly after retiring from a 28-year career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Colonel Michael Teague ’85 accepted the appointment of Oklahoma’s first-ever secretary of energy and environment. He attributes his success as a leader to his ability to bring diverse groups of people together to solve problems. It’s hard work to reach common […]
“Why I Chose Norwich as a Civilian,” by Kaylee Krizan ’18. IN MY FRESHMAN YEAR, I got asked a lot why I chose to attend Norwich as a civilian. Why not go to a “normal” college? Explaining it to someone who doesn’t really know me is difficult. But first of all, the way I found […]
To commemorate Norwich's bicentennial, and mark the rich heritage and traditions that define this remarkable institution, the Norwich University Alumni Association presents Norwich University. Today. Tomorrow. Norwich Forever! , a year in photographs of life on the Hill.
From orientation to graduation, academics and athletics, CGCS Residency, and the Green Mountains that surround the campus, the images enshrined in this hardcover book speak to the beauty, camaraderie, commitment, and lifetime bonds formed over two centuries.