Spinning The Record – Spring 2015

Every issue of the Record proves to be a humbling experience. No matter how hard I try to avoid errors, something inevitably slips past me and my staff. The winter 2015 (Vietnam) issue was no exception.... Read More

FOLKLORIST CELEBRATES HALLOWEEN AT NORWICH WITH “VERMONT’S HAUNTS” TALK

Joseph Citro, a noted author and folklorist on the subject of haunting in Vermont, visited Norwich University on Halloween to discuss a local urban legend: the Pigman of Northfield. He spoke in the rotunda... Read More

CADET RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS AIR FORCE SPECIAL OPS APPOINTMENT

Norwich Cadet Grigory Bourlakov ‘15 will enter the highly competitive Air Force Special Tactics Officer career path. Bourlakov, an AFROTC-contracted cadet and a mechanical engineering major, was one... Read More

NU WRITERS SERIES HOSTS AUTHORS IN FALL EVENTS

Award-winning writer Joe Wilkins reads at the Kreitzberg Library. More at writers.norwich.edu. (Photo: Mark Collier.) The Norwich University Writers Series rolled out its fall lineup with a local Vermont... Read More

A Sea of Norwich Blue

Record Number of Cadets Attend International Gala Photo courtesy of Stephen Eichner. The 60th International Debutante Ball was held on December 29, 2014, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Twenty-six... Read More

AMERICAN LEGION POST #1819 COMES TO THE HILL

Norwich University is now home to American Legion Post 1819. The first meeting took place on September 19, 2014, in White Chapel, and the group met regularly throughout the fall at the Kreitzberg Library... Read More

BUILDING BRIDGES TO CHINA

President Richard W. Schneider receives a plate adorned with Confucius’s image from Mr. Wang, chancellor of Shandong Jianzhu University. Dr. Guiyou Huang, Norwich SVPAA, stands to Schneider’s right.... Read More

DHMC NAMED “EMPLOYER OF DISTINCTION”

President Schneider (left) and DHMC Chief Nursing Officer Gay Landstrom. The Norwich University Alumni Association (NUAA), in conjunction with NU Career Services, honored Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center... Read More

NU STUDENT Featured ON Public Radio

(Courtesy of Kara Lozier.) In Afghanistan, Ali Shahidy taught English and did well on English standardized tests. He watched countless American movies in English. But, he says of his first attempt to order... Read More

FEDERAL GRANT TO BENEFIT CGCS MSN GRADS

For the third consecutive year, Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies has won a grant that will support graduates of the online Master of Science in Nursing program. The National... Read More