Norwich University President Mark C. Anarumo addresses faculty and staff in a town hall meeting held Tuesday, June 16, 2020.
President Richard W. Schneider introduces Colonel Mark C. Anarumo, USAF, (Ret), the 24th president of Norwich University, and welcomes him on June 1, 2020, his first day as president of the nation’s oldest private military college.
“To give our youth an education that shall be American in its character – to enable them to act as well as to think – to execute as well as to conceive – to tolerate all opinions when reason is left free to combat them – to make moral, patriotic, efficient, and useful citizens, and to qualify them for all those high responsibilities resting upon a citizen in this free republic.”
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