ERRATA – From Summer 2014

The summer issue of the Record contained a number of inaccuracies. We apologize for our mistakes and thank our readers for bringing them to our attention. The corrections are listed below. Inside front... Read More

Your Letters – Summer 2014

Praise for the spring issue My Norwich Record arrived in yesterday’s mail and once I began reading it I could not put the magazine down until I had gone through it completely. Additionally, you and your... Read More

Your Letters – Spring 2014

More on “The Sky’s the Limit” The LINK flight simulator, located in the aviation department in Cabot Science. (NU Archives.) I read the article “The Sky’s the Limit: NU’s Aeronautics Pioneers”... Read More

Your Letters – Winter 2014

More Memories of Earl I just received the latest issue of the Norwich Record and have enjoyed reading it from cover to cover as I have always done. I enjoyed all the articles, but especially ones from... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – FALL 2013

Snack Bar Memories What a great job on the summer issue. The inside back cover brought back so many memories and certainly has made me laugh. The Class of ’59 will remember Earl well and, by the way,... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – SUMMER 2013

Fiftieth Reunion Countdown In preparation for our 50th reunion, members of the Class of 1963 are collecting hundreds of photos to show who we are and what we did, both at Norwich and in the service. The... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – SPRING 2013

Suck in the Gut! On behalf of the Old Guard, Class of 1962, I would like to “THANK YOU” for the wonderful display presented to us by the entire University Cadet Corps, President Schneider, and his... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – WINTER 2013

Honor Code Alive and Well In this day and age of worldwide less than honorable behavior, I was very pleased to see the NU Honor Code is alive and well, which I had hoped it was [summer 2012 Norwich Record].... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – FALL 2012

The Flagpole Incident,  May 1970 Editor’s Note: Our last “Looking Back” photo, “The Flagpole Incident, May 1970,” prompted an unprecedented number of letters. In fact, with one exception,... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – SUMMER 2012

Not Forgotten I want to express appreciation for your article “Gone But Never Forgotten.” Our dad, Major Charles Edward Sauer, was a member of the Class of 1957. On July 7, 1967, he died doing what... Read More