Bonus Content: Highlights of the follow-up, spring Chengdu experience! Norwich University’s psychology department is offering classes in China for the very first time. Over Thanksgiving, psychology... Read More


Norwich University has received a grant of $714,285 from the National Security Agency in collaboration with the United States Army Reserve to better prepare soldiers for cyber defense. Through the grant,... Read More

Tiny House Wins Big

Norwich University’s “tiny house” has earned the 2016 People’s Choice Award from the Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Named CASA 802 for Vermont’s area code and “Creating... Read More

David Feinauer: Interconnectivity

David Feinauer’s office contains a peculiar-looking gadget. Colorful, with intricately wound copper wires, the device immediately drew the eye of Norwich University photographer Mark Collier, who began... Read More

Taking the Lead: 1LT Mark Chapman, USA ’14

Standing under the blasting heat of the Afghan summer sun, viewing the mountains that ring Jalalabad Airfield, I realized this was Alden Partridge’s dream being lived out almost 200 years later. He stood... Read More

Boston to L.A. to Wall Street :Bobby Carroll ’97

When Bobby Carroll ’97 showed up on day one of his first job, human resources immediately advanced him some cash so he could purchase a proper wardrobe. It was then that he realized Rodeo Drive in Beverly... Read More

Self-Disciplined: LT Ashley (Sanford) Molinaro, USNR ’10

“From my experience, the best way to be seen and heard and get ahead is to lean in, raise your hand, speak up, and do the work.” Ashley (Sanford) Molinaro ’10 majored in biology with the hope of... Read More

Thoughts on a Perfect Plan: Brian Gosselin ’10

Brian Gosselin, as editor of the Guidon, published this editorial in the December 15, 2016, issue of the paper, just a week before his December graduation. We reprint it here, slightly edited, with the... Read More

Failure as Key to Success: Kevin Hancock ’01

The seed for Kevin Hancock’s television-framing business was planted by accident. In 2001, when he went to mount his flat-screen TV on the wall of his new condo, he discovered that the electrical outlet... Read More

Honoring a Hero

Brian R. Bill Memorial Golf Tournament You are invited to an incredible day of golf to honor a true American hero: Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Brian R. Bill, Norwich University Class of 2001.... Read More