Taking Charge of The Hill

Presentation of sabers to Corps officers by the Class of 1963

The Class of 1963 Rallies for Homecoming: The Class of 1963 led the charge for all reunion classes in every category at this year’s Homecoming. The 93 returning members swept the competition, winning... Read More

A Few Good Men

MajGen John Braodmeadow and Brigidier Gen Raymond Descheneaux

USMCR Promotion Unites Alumni MajGen John J. Broadmeadow, USMC ’83 (left) delivers the oath promoting Reservist Raymond R. Descheneaux ’87 to brigadier general.At the National Museum of the Marine... Read More

Get Involved – Winter 2014

Phil Soucy ’73

October Magic Comes to the Hill Peter ’65 and Marlene VC ’66 Dalrymple Boston Red Sox fans weren’t the only ones with cause to celebrate this past October. At the fall Trustees dinner on October... Read More

A Woman of Substance

Reina Pennington

Dr. Reina Pennington, Dana Professor of History: Norwich history professor Dr. Reina Pennington’s non-professional life can be summed up in three words: Gardening, German shepherds, and Guns—or... Read More

New Inductees into the Hall of Fame

2002-03 Men's Hockey Team

The 2002–2003 NCAA Champion Norwich men’s hockey team was inducted into the NU Athletics Hall of Fame on Sunday of Homecoming Weekend. The following individuals were also inducted: Josh McElroy ’03... Read More

Class Notes & Alumni News – Winter 2014

Al Buchan holding his first great-grandson.

1957 CLASS OF 1957: Al Buchan holding his first great-grandson. Al Buchan sent in a photo of himself holding his first great-grandson, Paxton Raymond Hughes, who made his entrance to the world on August... Read More

Heard at Norwich

This past fall, Norwich invited several noted speakers to campus to address the University community on topics ranging from NASCAR to volcanoes. Below is a summary of who came and spoke. OCT. 2: David... Read More

Book Reports – Winter 2014

The First Freedoms and America's Culture of Innovation

The First Freedoms and America’s Culture of Innovation: The Constitutional Foundations of the Aspirational Society BY NARAIN D. BATRA When confronted with a problem, an innovative mind struggles... Read More

From the Archives – Winter 2014

Civil Air Patrol on Paine Mountain during World War II

Seventy years ago, when the United States entered World War II, Northfield citizens did their part to support the war effort. More than 300 volunteered for service, while folks on the home front put civil... Read More

Roll of Honor – Winter 2014

In Memoriam: Roger Bloomfield ’66 & P’98 April 28, 1944 – July 19, 2013 Roger Bloomfield ’66 & P’98 Known for his sense of adventure, Roger Bloomfield’s passion for the outdoors began... Read More