NASA Astronaut Michael E. Fossum during a 2011 spacewalk. (Photo courtesy of NASA.) The second Todd Lecture of 2015 featured decorated NASA Astronaut Col Michael E. Fossum, USAF. In his address, “Report... Read More

200 Things About Norwich

Did you know that Clemson University was founded by Thomas Clemson, NU Class of 1825? Or that the world’s first large-scale, alternating current electric plant was built at Niagara Falls by Edward Adams,... Read More


April 8–9, 2015, marked the 20th William E. Colby Military Writers’ Symposium with two full days of lectures, book signings, and panel discussions. Thursday afternoon’s public session, titled “Cyber... Read More

Sport Report

Across the pond: The Norwich University men’s rugby team traveled to England and Wales over spring break for a full week of training sessions, sightseeing, and competition. While there, the group toured England’s most famous and iconic rugby pitch, Twickenham Stadium (above), site of this fall’s 2015 Rugby World Cup. (Courtesy of Heather King.)

Across the Pond. (Courtesy of Heather King.) The Norwich University men’s rugby team traveled to England and Wales over spring break for a full week of training sessions, sightseeing, and competition.... Read More

Commemoration Committees Off and Running!

The committees responsible for planning and creating Norwich’s bicentennial commemoration have been at work for the past nine months. About 80 volunteers representing alumni, students, faculty, and staff... Read More


Norwich’s reputation as a top school for cybersecurity has led to ever-growing opportunities for leadership and service. In February, Norwich officially partnered with the United States Army Reserves... Read More

2015-2016: The Year of Transformation

Norwich University’s five-year countdown to its bicentennial is celebrating the themes and values that define how NU students, alumni, faculty, and staff impact the world. We began with the Year of Service.... Read More

Club & Chapter News – Summer 2015

Catching Up with NU Clubs From Coast to Coast It’s hard to keep up with NU Clubs: They are everywhere, doing everything—from cheering on professional hockey teams on the West Coast to placing flags... Read More


Photo: 123RF In the U.S., someone needs blood every two seconds, and a pint of blood can save three lives. NU’s semiannual blood drive, held in partnership with the American Red Cross, yielded 343 pints... Read More

The Larger Picture

For their senior civil-engineering project, Richard Colburn ’15, Anthony Mushaw ’15, and Corinne Baita ’15 developed a plan to minimize home-basement flooding along Shadow Lake, Glover, Vt. (Photo courtesy of Ken Guilbault.)

Shadow Lake Dam Project. It was through their work on scenic Shadow Lake in northern Vermont that three Norwich students discovered the value of seeing the larger picture. For their senior civil-engineering... Read More