Cadets are “Two-for-One” Champs in 2013

The Norwich Women's Rugby Team

Women Ruggers Capture 7s and 15s National Titles: The Norwich Women’s Rugby Team walks onto the pitch prior to their match against West Point in the finals of the ACRA National Championships in Florida... Read More

Reinventing Ourselves

Thomas Friedman at the Todd Lecture Series

History is the Key to America’s Comeback Thomas Friedman at the Todd Lecture Series in Plumley Armory. (Mark Collier.) Americans need to study harder, save more, spend less, and invest wisely. That was... Read More

Valentine’s Day Mayo Ball

Mayo Health Center This February marked the 27th Annual Valentine’s Day Ball at the Mayo Health Center in Northfield. Twenty-two cadets from Norwich served as “dates” for twenty-two Mayo residents,... Read More

From the Archives – Spring 2014

The "Jolly Mutineers" baseball players of the Class of 1925 in their sophomore year.

91 Years Ago: An innocent game of baseball led to the dubbing of this band the “Jolly Mutineers.” As sophomores in the spring of 1923, members of the Class of 1925 trounced the rooks in the annual... Read More

Expect Challenge. Teach Chinese.

Xiaoping Song, Professor of Chinese Studies at Norwich.

Professor Xiaoping Song: Xiaoping Song, Professor of Chinese Studies at Norwich. (Mark Collier.) A few years ago, Xiaoping Song was looking for a challenge, and she found one—at Norwich. Hired in 2007... Read More

The President’s View – Spring 2014

Those of you familiar with Norwich history may recognize the couple on this issue’s cover as General I.D. White, Class of 1922, and his wife, Julia. The image is a detail of a hand-painted scroll presented... 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

Book Report – Spring 2014

The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds of Vermont William H. Barnard, Contributor Vermont’s breeding bird atlas of 1985 was a landmark tool for conservation and provided baseline maps of Vermont’s bird... Read More

Roll of Honor – Spring 2014

In Memoriam: Jason Segal ’60 November 22, 1938 – December 24, 2013 Jason Segal ’60. (War Whoop.) Jason Segal had a generous spirit and an unwavering passion for Norwich. Throughout his life... Read More

“Some Suffer So Much”

Sullivan Museum exhibit, "1864: Some Suffer So Much"

Sullivan Museum presents fourth exhibition in Civil War series In January, Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center opened “1864: Some Suffer So Much.” The fourth in a series that... Read More