CLASS OF 1987: Brig Gen Kim Baumann, USAF

Generally Speaking Kim Baumann’s promotion to the rank of brigadier general in the Rhode Island Air National Guard last November landed her in the annals of history, twice over. Not only is she the first... Read More

CLASS OF 1976: Vincent J. Perrone ’76

Vincent J. Perrone ’76 credits his success to the support of his family: his wife, Debra, and their children, Francesca, Vincent, Ricky, and Samuel ’17 (pictured with his dad on the Hill), who is now... Read More

Class Notes – Spring 2018

1967 Carl Drechsel writes, “My boat Patriot took first place in her division in the annual Harvest Moon Regatta, a grueling 90-mile offshore race in the Gulf of Mexico.” CLASS OF 1967 Carl Drechsel’s... Read More

Class Notes – Winter 2018

1934 Norwich’s oldest living alumnus, Maurice “Mo” Smith, celebrated his 106th birthday on July 27, 2017, at home. Staff from the offices of Development, Alumni Relations, and Communications presented... Read More

NORWICH LEGACY PROFILE: A Tree Grows at Norwich – The Passalacqua Family

Passalacqua Patriarchs Samuel ’54 (kneeling) and Dominick’55 became the first brothers inducted into Norwich’s Athletic Hall of Fame for football. Like father, like son. And daughter, cousin, sister,... Read More

Book Report ✯ Spring 2018

Design-Build Studio EDITED BY TOLYA STONOROV On January 13, 2018, Norwich University celebrated the release of The Design-Build Studio: Crafting Meaningful Work in Architecture Education with a reception... Read More

Book Report ✯ Winter 2018

Litera Scripta Manet ROBERT WILLIAM CHRISTIE ’44 Litera Scripta Manet is the latest meditation by Bob Christie ’44, a WWII tank platoon commander who went on to become a physician, medical research... Read More

CLASS OF 1981: Dato’ Ir. Hor Tek Lip ’81

A Norwich Legacy in Malaysia. Beneath his 1981 War Whoop photo, it reads, “Life is either a daringadventure or nothing at all,” a quote by Helen Keller. At the heart of everything Dato’ Ir. Hor... Read More

Class Notes – Fall 2017

1947 On April 27, 2017, a dedication ceremony was held in honor of Thaddeus Buczko at the Essex Probate and Family Courthouse in Salem, Mass. The courthouse was renamed the Thaddeus Buczko Building in... Read More

Books & Films ✯ Fall 2017

Hot Time in the Old Town: The Great Heat Wave of 1896 and the Making of Theodore Roosevelt EDWARD P. KOHN, NEW COLA DEAN One of the worst natural disasters in American history, the 1896 New York heat wave... Read More