NU TO THE RESCUE

By the time Mountain Cold Weather cadet Eric Birr reached the Wall St. bridge, the Dog River had jumped its banks—its murky water crashing through downtown Northfield—trapping residents and taking... Read More

WAGING PEACE

They ferried the empty coffin upriver by motorized canoe. As the engine sputtered to a standstill, former cadet Jeff “JT” Shupe ’89 and his Fijian companions got out, lifted the coffin, and began... Read More

THE REST OF THE STORY

When the first group of cadets from the then-Imperial Iranian Navy arrived at Norwich University in the summer of 1976, their presence was an historic moment for their country’s maritime defense force.... Read More

THE PRESIDENT’S VIEW – WINTER 2012

Norwich University is committed to integrating global education into the curriculum. Providing students with a worldwide perspective helps them be more effective leaders when they graduate and go on to... Read More

SPINNING THE RECORD – WINTER 2012

The first time I traveled in a foreign country, I was shocked at the smallness of everything—the cars, the houses, the roads—everything seemed tiny compared with what I was used to. It was August 1979... Read More

YOUR LETTERS – WINTER 2012

Tattoos Get Thumbs Down “The President’s View” in the recent Record is an informative, insightful, and encouraging perspective upon the Class of 2015 enrollment. Best wishes for all! On the other... Read More

FROM THE ARCHIVES – WINTER 2012

98 YEARS AGO Raised in California, George Yeu Son Bow ’14 attended Norwich and then emigrated to China, where he served under Nationalist Party leader Sun Yat-Sen. In the 1920s, Bow’s unit defeated... Read More

REMEMBERING THE FALLEN, FOUND IN TRANSLATION

THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11 – This year’s rooks were eight years old when the World Trade Center came crashing down. For this generation of millenials, 9/11 is akin to what Pearl Harbor was for... Read More

CAMPUS WITHOUT BORDERS

Q & A WITH TRACEY POIRIER ’96 Norwich’s first Rhodes Scholar, Tracey (Jones) Poirier ’96, is director of Norwich’s International Center. Working out of a cozy two-room office located in... Read More

HOMECOMING 2011: SINGING IN THE RAIN

Norwich celebrated another maroon and gold Homecoming with pomp and ceremony … and rain. Friday was a picture-perfect fall day, featuring sunny skies for the Motorcycle Ride, Sabol Golf Tournament,... Read More