Francis T. Moran Jr. ’60

Francis “Bud” Moran, War Whoop 1960. (NU Archives / photo by Homer E. Smith.)

Now retired, Francis “Bud” Moran ’60 swims and attends mass every day, and writes poetry. He and his wife, Gert, have seven children and nine grandchildren between them. (Photo courtesy of Bud Moran.) Francis... Read More

David Zsido ’70

Memories of Irene. Active with the Antique Truck Club of America (ATCA) for more than 30 years, and a longtime contributor to its publication, Double Clutch, Dave is also president of the Green Mountain... Read More

Michelle Kanavos ’81

(Photo Courtesy of Michele Kavanos ’81.) Norwich MCV graduate Michelle (Wood) Kanavos ’81 is an adult primary care nurse practitioner who also teaches at Framingham State College. A member of the... Read More

Duane “Dewey” Martin ’67

A Crash In-Country. Duane “Dewey” Martin is retired from the Army, but he has never retired from service. He presently sits on Norwich University’s Board of Fellows and has launched a mentorship... Read More

Matthew Romei ’98

Photo Courtesy of Matthew Romei ’98. A sergeant with the Fairfield, Ala., Police Dept., Matthew Romei ’98 serves as a volunteer firefighter/paramedic. A member of the Alabama National Guard, he is... Read More

Randall H. Miller ’93 & M’07

Randall H. Miller is the author of five books: Norwich Matters, Norwich Heroes, Portrait of a Hero, Chalk 2, and Buck the System.He writes and lectures from his home in Massachusetts, where he lives with... Read More

Out of China: One Family’s Story

A portrait of the Kim family taken in 1948. Victor Kim ’60 (center) was living in Peking with his parents and younger sister when China was taken over by the Communist Party.

By LTC Victor L. Kim, USA (Ret.) ’60: A portrait of the Kim family taken in 1948. Victor Kim ’60 (center) was living in Peking with his parents and younger sister when China was taken over by the... Read More

Memories of Vetsville

Vetsville trailers

Editor’s note: Adapted from an article by Dorothy Hammerschmidt, whose husband taught physics at Norwich in the 1940s. Originally published in the Dog River Crier (1987). In the spring of 1946, Norwich... 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

THE PANTY RAID OF 1963

Editor’s Note: With this issue we introduce a new department: “In Their Own Words,” written by a Norwich alumnus/a. We welcome submissions, e-mailed to record@norwich.edu. We ask that your story... Read More