NORWICH, INK.

In the not-so-distant past, body art in the form of tattoos belonged  almost exclusively to people living on the fringes of society: pirates, motorcycle gang members, or circus freaks. Today they’ve... Read More

LOCAL COLOR

AUTUMN THROUGH THE LENS OF NU PHOTOGRAPHERS The crisp air and golden glow of fall bring out the Norwich faculty and staff photo-philes. Six of these shutterbugs roamed the campus and countryside capturing... Read More

IN YOUR FACE

From a financial standpoint, taking a black paint pen to his 2003 Nissan 350Z was probably not the most sound decision artist Ted Mikulski M’07 ever made. But in the summer of 2010, Mikulski decided... Read More

THE PRESIDENT’S VIEW – FALL 2011

This fall we welcomed another bumper crop of students to campus, and currently stand at full enrollment for the sixth consecutive year. While every class that arrives on the Hill is unique in its own right,... Read More

SPINNING THE RECORD – FALL 2011

Last spring I traveled to Paris for the first time. High on my list of places to visit was the Louvre, home to arguably the world’s largest and most famous collection of art. Arriving at the crowded... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – FALL 2011

MEMORIES OF COLONEL HASKINS I have fond memories of COL Lee Haskins during my days as a cadet at Norwich from 1970–1974.  The early 1970s were rather tumultuous years with declining enrollment in ROTC.... Read More

FUTURE LEADER CAMPS, SGCS GRADUATION, NASANU

“BY ENDURANCE WE CONQUER!” Established in 2002 by Skip Davison of Admissions, Future Leader Camp is a powerful recruitment tool for Norwich University. Typically, 80 rising juniors and seniors are... Read More

THE PLAY’S THE THING

Q & A WITH PLAYWRIGHT JEANNE BECKWITH English professor Jeanne Beckwith has taught at Norwich since 2002. A produced and published playwright, her works have been performed in New York City, Indiana,... Read More

SPORT REPORT – FALL 2011

AIMING FOR SUCCESS In 1999, the Norwich University Paintball Club registered with the National Collegiate Paintball Association (NCPA) and debuted as an official club on campus. Unable to maintain its... Read More

CLASS NOTES AND ALUMNI NEWS – FALL 2011

CLASS NOTES 1951  Conrad Whitney wrote to let us know that he and his wife, Marilyn, were privileged to be at the promotion ceremony of LTC Al Higuera ’85 to full colonel at the State Armory in Hartford,... Read More