News From the Hill – Spring 2017

Andrew Supplee ’18, an environmental science major from Orefield, Pa., plays the trombone in President Trump’s inauguration parade. (Photo by Rebecca Friend.)

ALL THAT JAZZ * NU Band, Drill Team perform in our nation’s capital. The Norwich University Regimental Band and Drill Team performed in the 58th Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2017, in Washington,... Read More

DINING SERVICES WINS GOLD BARN AWARD

Sodexo/Norwich Dining Services recently received a Gold Barn Award from the Vermont Fresh Network, a coalition of chefs, farmers, food artisans, and diners dedicated to bringing fresh, flavorful, high-quality... Read More

OCTOBER, CYBER-SECURITY AWARENESS MONTH

This past October, Norwich launched a university-wide slate of educational programming in observance of National Cyber-Security Awareness Month. To kick things off, President Richard W. Schneider signed... Read More

SPINNING THE RECORD – WINTER 2017

When you think of the leader who has had the most influence on you as a person, who comes to mind? An international luminary whose reputation is worldwide? Or someone whom perhaps no one but you knows... Read More

NU OFFERS SUMMER INVENTORS CAMP FOR GIRLS

This past August, Norwich offered a new day camp for motivated middle-school girls interested in learning new skills. Inspired by the need in Central Vermont for more tech opportunities for local girls,... Read More

Setting the Record Straight: Corrections from Fall 2016 Issue

In the fall ’16 Record, we incorrectly stated the name and class year of Norwich’s highest-ranking woman in the Corps in 1979. It should have read as c/LTC Mary Christine Conway, Class of 1980. ... Read More

The President’s View – Winter 2017

As we enter the second quarter of our Year of Leadership, I am inspired to reflect on the many leaders who have influenced me in my role as president of Norwich. Topping this list are the four outstanding... Read More

SULLIVAN MUSEUM EXHIBIT EXTENDED THROUGH JUNE 23, 2017

World War: America and the Creation of a Superpower examines the way World Wars have defined our nation’s place on the global stage. Featured objects include propaganda posters from the Sullivan Museum’s... Read More

Your Letters – Winter 2017

MUSIC TO OUR EARS I thoroughly enjoyed the summer “Music” issue, having been a Zoobie myself from August 1978 until May 1982; however, your timeline is missing an event worth noting. (No pun intended.)... Read More

ARCHITECTURE + ART LECTURE SERIES

The School of Architecture + Art is offering a robust series of events in 2016–17. September kicked off with a student art auction followed by two lectures: “El Viaje Mas Caro/The Most Costly Journey:... Read More