CLASS OF 1959: Colonel Mike Teague ✯ Bringing People Together

Courtesy of Michael Teague ’85. Ever since Michael Teague ’85 reported for his first Army assignment in Germany—a short 15 kilometers from what was then the East German border—he has devoted his... Read More

From the NU Archives

From the NU Archives

Fun Fact: From the NU Archives In 1979, the highest-ranking woman to date in the Corps of Cadets was Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Christine Conway ’80. (Photo: Homer E. Smith) Correction: The printed fall... Read More

All A-Twitter on the Hill

          In the world of social media, the story of Western civilization is being documented, as it happens, by the multitudes. But in a decade or two, or ten or twenty, where... Read More

News From the Hill – May 2016

ROTC COMMISSIONING May 2016. TERRI ATWATER ’16 (above and lower right), A BIOLOGY MAJOR, varsity swimmer, and pre-med student from Colorado Springs, Colo., received her commission into the Army Medical... Read More

A Norwich Invasion

In mid-May of this year, a merry group of Norwich alumni and family members gathered at Charles De Gaulle Airport outside Paris to embark on a tour of Normandy’s D-Day beaches and points of interest.... Read More

News from the NUAA – Fall 2016

During the “Year of Transformation,” the Norwich University alumni website,, underwent a transformation of its own. If you haven’t yet visited the new and improved site, please... Read More

On the International Stage

NU forms historic ROTC partnership with Korea Norwich University has signed a new agreement with Korea University and the Republic of Korea’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Cadet Command, for... Read More

Partridge Society – Fall 2016

The mission of the Partridge Society is to encourage alumni, parents, and friends of Norwich University to help the University achieve its financial goals and to formally recognize those who do so. The... Read More

Hire Norwich First

Good Advice for Employers Each year, fresh college graduates are eager to land their first jobs; meanwhile, employers are trying to place the right people in the right positions. Often there is more supply... Read More


Nineteenth-century abolitionist, author, and social activist Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896) said, “Women are the real architects of society”—quite a statement coming from someone who lived in... Read More