FROM THE ARCHIVES: 46 Years Ago

Eight members of the Class of 1967 at the 150th anniversary celebration (bottom, l-r): Buzz Huber, Wes Searle, Pat Patterson, Jim Flahive and (top, l-r) Roy Conant, Dud Eckert, George Wisell, and Charley... Read More

Leaders of the Pack

Norwich Class of 1964 at Homecoming, 2014.

The Class of 1964 Leads the Way at Homecoming. (Photo by Mark Collier.) One hundred and fifty-five members of the Class of 1964 returned to the Hill to celebrate their 50th class reunion and induction... Read More

Norwich University “Grand Strategy” conference hosts delegates from major U.S. military institutions

During the Vietnam War, conference delegate Bill Richards (left), who is fluent in Vietnamese, led a mobile advisory team on the Cambodian border. At the close of the conference, he presented a symbolic... Read More

Sullivan Museum is Vermont’s first Smithsonian Affiliate

At a reception on September 2, President Richard Schneider publicly announced a formal partnership between the Smithsonian Institution and Norwich University’s Sullivan Museum and History Center. Speaking... Read More

Sullivan Museum receives alumnus artist’s complete collection

Boggs documented his extensive travels with the U.S. Navy through a prolific body of artwork. This watercolor, dated 1854, depicts the monument La Perouse, in Sydney, Australia.

Boggs documented his extensive travels with the U.S. Navy through a prolific body of artwork. This watercolor, dated 1854, depicts the monument La Perouse, in Sydney, Australia. In August, the Sullivan... Read More

WNUB now streaming live

(Artwork by Shandra Plourde ’05. Photo by Mark Collier.)

(Artwork by Shandra Plourde ’05. Photo by Mark Collier.) Norwich University’s on-campus radio station began streaming live for the first time this past summer. Established in 1967, WNUB 88.3 FM has... Read More

Tchantouridze interviewed about the ISIS threat on anniversary of 9/11

Lasha Tchantouridze

Lasha Tchantouridze On September 11, NU Diplomacy Director Lasha Tchantouridze gave a televised interview on local TV station WCAX on the threat of the Islamic State, also called ISIS and ISIL. When asked... Read More

New program gives international students a home away from home

This past fall’s student enrollment included 72 international students from 20 foreign countries. Like their American peers, Norwich’s international students have an active on-campus life, but living... Read More

NU Army ROTC cadets immerse themselves in international culture

This past summer, 15 NU Army ROTC cadets traveled to other countries on cultural missions as part of the U.S. Army’s Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) program. Each cadet spent up... Read More

Brian Bill ’01 honored in “Vermont Fallen 2014”

Brian Bill ’01

Brian Bill ’01 Vermont has suffered the most military casualties per capita of all 50 states in the Middle East wars. Responding to this startling statistic in 2006, NU Communications Professor Bill... Read More