LOOKING BACK – Fall 2013

WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY, CIRCA 1976 Norwich University and Vermont College students joined forces in 1975 to form Norwich’s first women’s intercollegiate athletic team. Comprising 10 Vermont College... Read More

IN THEIR OWN WORDS

CAL LOWELL’S YACHT CANNON – Standing with my trombone in the front row of the Marching Band in 1956, I had one of the best views of the origins of a Norwich tradition. The band had formed... Read More

ROLL OF HONOR – FALL 2013

IN MEMORIAM Bernard “Sonny” Crowley ’56: One of the Best June 26, 1933 – April 6, 2013 While a student on The Hill, Bernie “Sonny” Crowley ’56 was a member of Skull and Swords and... Read More

CLASS NOTES & ALUMNI NEWS – FALL 2013

1951 Roger Damon was the inaugural recipient of a new award created in his honor: the National Ski Patrol (NSP) Eastern Division’s “Roger H. Damon Jr. Avalanche Award.” At the NSP’s annual banquet... Read More

CLUB NEWS – FALL 2013

FLORIDA – FIRST COAST AND GOLDEN ISLES Norwich alumni came out in support of author Chris Berman M’11 and his latest book, Ace of Aces, a science-fiction story that weaves together the biographies... Read More

GET INVOLVED – FALL 2013

BULLDOG CHALLENGE: SUPPORTING SEMPER FI – The 16th Annual Bull Dog Challenge took place April 20, 2013, at the Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. Norwich NROTC midshipmen Jonathan Ferris, Nicholas... Read More

The Emerald City of NU

There’s been a lot of rumbling going on in the last few months here at Norwich. Excavators, front loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, cement mixers, you name it, have been working to build the Norwich of... Read More

A Norwich Man Was There

It was his first ocean crossing. He was seven years old—a small, dark figure clad in white against the backdrop of the vast open sea. Behind him, on the Greek Island of Chios, remained his entire family... Read More

A Glimpse Inside NU’s Net-Zero Solar House

On a rainy June morning in Northfield, Vt., the sun is hidden behind a low bank of clouds. It could just as well be shining down on The Hill though, as it drives every aspect of the cedar-sided house... Read More

VOLLEYBALL STANDOUT’S AIM IS TRUE

When PFC Jennette Chartrand ’14 of the New York Army National Guard was called into action following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the last thing she expected to find was her passion—but when... Read More