Book Report ✯ Spring 2017

2017 COLBY AWARD WINNER Waging War: The Clash Between Presidents and Congress, 1776 to ISIS DAVID J. BARRON The winner of the 2017 Colby Award has been called a “timely account of a raging debate.”... Read More

Class Notes – Winter 2017

1963 Fred Pacione reports that the class held its 38th annual golf event on June 17, 2016, at the Wachusett Golf Club in West Boylston, Mass. Dick D’Elia, Lynn Olmsted, Nate Palmer, Bob Goldstein, Glen... Read More

Book Report ✯ Winter 2017

Matthew Berlinguette ’92 Matthew Berlinguette ’92 After the untimely passing of Matthew Berlinguette ’92 in July 2016, his mother, Hilda, contacted Norwich University to request a copy of his... 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

Book Report ✯ FALL 2016

Brotherhood of War Series W. E. B. Griffin A prolific author of more than 150 books, including 50 New York Times best-sellers, W. E. B. Griffin has penned some fictional Norwich graduates as part of his... Read More

Class Notes – Fall 2016

Got class notes? Email: alumni@norwich.edu 1950 Russ Todd ’50, H’75 & P’75 was presented with the Theta Chi Distinguished Achievement Award on April 2 at a ceremony to honor a group of outstanding... Read More

Nazanin Afshin-Jam M’11 ✯ A Model Global Activist

Think of an activity, role, or honor, and chances are good that Nazanin Afshin-Jam M’11 has done it, held it, or earned it. Write and perform songs that hit the pop charts? Check. Achieve the highest... Read More

Class of 1976: Nancy Young Fillip ✯ A Norwich First

As a young athlete—and one not particularly enamored with the academic grind—Nancy Young had long assumed she would attend Springfield College to pursue her ambition of becoming a phys-ed teacher.... Read More

CLASS OF 1968: ROBERT WUAGNEUX ✯ Living in Tune … with Himself

NEW: Check out Robert’s latest CD project. Robert Wuagneux ’68 approaches life exactly the way he approaches performing: authentically, and with wild abandon. “For crying out loud, just go do... Read More

CLASS OF 1985: DANICA BUCKLEY ✯ A Musical Awakening

Brahms’ Requiem is an exploration of death and loss. But for Danica Buckley ’85, it birthed a career. “It was an epiphany,” she says, recalling the moment she realized she wanted to become a conductor.... Read More