ANSWERING THE CALL – Michelle Kanavos ’81

Seated at the controls of a Piper Cherokee 140, sixteen-year-old Michelle Wood was on final approach to Beverly (Mass.) Airport when her flight instructor, Bill Kobuszewski ’70, leaned over, switched... Read More

IF OBJECTS COULD TALK – Treasures from the Sullivan Museum

The more than 12,000 artifacts contained in the Sullivan Museum and History Center collectively serve to tell the rich and varied history of Norwich University. The vast majority of these objects were... Read More

SEISMIC SHIFT

Their paths have never crossed. Their fields—construction, medicine, and diplomacy—could scarcely be more different. But three NU alumni active in rebuilding Haiti’s once-bustling capital have at... Read More

THE PRESIDENT’S VIEW – SPRING 2011

In January we welcomed back to school more than a dozen members of the Vermont National Guard who were deployed to Afghanistan with the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, as well as several Army and Marine... Read More

SPINNING THE RECORD – SPRING 2011

I recently took my fourth and youngest child to the Registry of Motor Vehicles to get tested for her Vermont junior operator’s license. Having been through this experience three times already (six if... Read More

FROM THE ARCHIVES – SPRING 2011

51 YEARS AGO – Back in the early 1960s, NU photographer Roger Conant had a pet crow named Jet that would fly through open barracks’ windows and snatch shiny objects such as crucifixes, jewelry,... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – SPRING 2011

LOOKING BACK Winter Carnival Torchlight Parade, circa 1961 This photo was taken by Roger Conant from Dewey Hall. He was the school photographer at that time. In 1961 I was president of the Norwich Outing... Read More

IN OUR FOUNDER’S FOOTSTEPS

By Saturday, the final day of the Legacy March, the 25 Norwich University students were in pain—real pain— with swollen feet, blistered toes, bruised arches, and aching shoulders. They had already... Read More

LEARNING THROUGH SERVICE

Nicole DiDomenico is welcomed by a Tanzanian woman. Kneeling on the dusty floor at the Northfield Boys & Girls Club, Nicole DiDomenico sorted through a box of well-used children’s toys. It wasn’t... Read More

HONORING MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM

The assembly pays respect to the fallen during the Veterans Day ceremony. During a damp, gray afternoon in early November, the rumble of howitzers echoed through the Dog River Valley— a sad reminder... Read More