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Nearly 200 Years—Learn More About Norwich

  • Professor Gary Lord prepares for a 79-mile “Partridge Pedestrian Excursion” to Fort Ticonderoga in 1985. (Homer Smith/NU Archives and Special Collections)

    New faculty podcast explores how “Norwich Works”

  • To stir is human; to collaborate is divine

    To stir is human; to collaborate is divine

  • Telling medicine’s stories

    Telling medicine’s stories

  • Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

    Fighting the Opioid Epidemic

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  • Experiential Learning, Washington-Style +

    Experiential Learning, Washington-Style The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 U.S. security policy classmates take selfies outside the White House. In our next issue, Pulitzer-nominated documentary photographer Karen Kasmauski joins students during their weeklong trip Read More
  • Journeys: Prague, Czech Republic +

    (Photo by Michelle Masperi ’19.) March 8, 2019 @ 3:45 p.m. The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 Michelle Masperi ’19 used her iPhone to capture this raven’s-eye view of the narrow streets of Prague’s Mala Strana, or Read More
  • ROOK BUDDIES: Kyle Germany ’19 and Nathan Leach ’19 +

    (Photo by Mark Collier.) The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 Members of the same rook platoon, seniors Kyle Germany and Nathan Leach met during their first days at Norwich. They’ve been friends ever since. Read More
  • NU Teams with AAU on Prague Human Rights Conference +

    Norwich University and Anglo-American University Co-Host Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Rights in Prague, Czech Republic NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University along with Anglo-American University (AAU), the oldest private college in the Read More
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  • Boonshoft and Thunberg Launch “Norwich Works” Podcast +

    Professor Gary Lord prepares for a 79-mile “Partridge Pedestrian Excursion” to Fort Ticonderoga in 1985. (Homer Smith/NU Archives and Special Collections) After 200 years of distinguished service, Norwich University is entering its third century of tradition, commitment to excellence, and innovation. In the inaugural episode of the podcast, Norwich Works, two Read More
  • Professor’s Account: Life in the World’s First Solar-Heated House +

    Professor Andrew Nemethy’s Boston Globe story about growing up in the world’s first solar-heated house. Read More
  • Farm to Table Saw +

    Creative writing students harvest carrots at Old Soul Farm. (Courtesy of Jeff Casey.) Or, what you may not know about English class So, you probably think we read books and write papers in English class, and you’re right. After all, most English professors Read More
  • A Winning Podcast +

    A Winning Podcast History Professor Emily Fisher Gray’s podcast on Luther’s 95 Theses ranks fourth in Research on Religion’s all-time hit parade of favorite episodes. Read More
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  • Fighting the Opioid Epidemic +

    Fighting the Opioid Epidemic Norwich law enforcement alumni on the front lines of the nation’s most deadly drug epidemic STORY BY SEAN MARKEY PHOTOGRAPHS BY ARAM BOGHOSIAN The Norwich Record | Summer 2019 Dana Dexter Read More
  • Wick Grit: 200-mile Ultra Runner Ryan Fecteau ’15 +

    Photo: Black and white portrait of Ryan Fecteau Why the lacrosse alum chases the limit of human endurance. BY TYLER NEVILLE The Norwich Record | Winter 2019 TO MOST PEOPLE, RUNNING A 100-mile endurance race seems a bit crazy, Read More
  • A Teacher for Crisis Zones +

    Photo: Black and white portrait of James Aird James Aird ’13 found his calling teaching English in some of the world’s most troubled places. Now the Harvard grad student can’t wait to go back. BY SEAN MARKEY The Read More
  • Wick Grit: How Rebekah Bernheim ’14 Passed Army Ranger School +

    Photo: Rebekah Bernheim shows off her Army Ranger tab Trading arrogance for maturity, NU’s first female Ranger makes history. BY JANE DUNBAR The Norwich Record | Fall 2018 Last year, Rebekah “Rose” Bernheim became only the 10th woman to complete Read More
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College of Liberal Arts
The College of Liberal Arts is home to four departments, one school and ten majors. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in Communications, Criminal Justice, English, History, International Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Spanish, Studies in War & Peace, and Education. The college also offers minors in Asian Studies, Computer Crime and Forensics, Transnational Crime, Chinese, French, German, Philosophy, Writing, and Sociology.

COLA on the HILL

Public-affairs podcast, produced in conjunction with WNUB, addressing issues relative to Norwich with local, regional, and global relevance.
Advancing interdisciplinary knowledge on relationships between peace and warfare locally, nationally, and globally.
Founded in 1927, the Pegasus Players are the oldest continuously operating student group on campus. Pegasus students stage multiple performances each year ranging from classical to contemporary to musicals.
NU’s student and community radio station, WNUB 88.3 FM Dog River Radio, has been on the air since 1967.
Student-run campus newspaper.
“Norwich Forever” in the world’s languages.

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