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COLA NEWS - STUDENT

  • Cyber Partnership Boosts Student Hands-on Experience +

    Cyber Partnership Boosts Student Hands-on Experience Norwich University Cybersecurity Program Partners with Respond Software NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University officials announced a partnership with Respond Software to integrate its Respond Analyst tool, the first fully autonomous virtual Read More
  • Olmsted Foundation: 15 Years of Student Cultural Immersion +

    The team went to the Negev desert and enjoyed a meal made by the Negev Bedouin. For 15th Year, Olmsted Foundation Funds International Immersion Trip for Future Military Officers NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University has announced a $20,000 grant from the George and Carol Olmsted Foundation to Read More
  • Pura Vida: Studying Medical Spanish in Costa Rica +

    Spanish major Damon Watkins ’19 spent four weeks over the summer of 2018 studying medical Spanish in Heredia, Costa Rica. My experiences at the Pan-American Center of Languages (CPI) in Costa Rica far surpassed my expectations. Read More
  • Student Research Sees Professional Ink +

    Student Research Sees Professional Ink At Norwich University, students are often afforded the opportunity to research and write about fluid topics in their fields. Read More
  • No Paine, No Gain +

    International students armed with coffee for a winter’s day trek up Paine Mountain. March 2018 - EN 199 Advanced Academic English—a course for international and multilingual students—invited their friends for a field trip up Paine Mountain in late March. They stopped by the Shaw Read More
  • The French Quarter +

    Their biggest challenge of the day—the students conversed in French from the beginning to the end. Highlights from the French Program Read More
  • On the Scene of the Crime +

    Photo: A Vermont State Police officer shows Norwich students how to gather evidence. Student teams competing in the new Norwich CSI Experience vie against each other and the clock to solve a mystery involving an elusive figure named Big Mike. Read More
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COLA NEWS - FACULTY

  • Imaging Global Migration Today +

    Guest speaker David Ratner of the United States Coast Guard Academy visited Judith Stallings-Ward’s Imaging Global Migration Today class on February 12, 2018, to speak about his experience with rescue Read More
  • Lessons From a Civil War Battlefield +

    Period Photo: A half-dozen members of the Vermont 4th, Civil War Union Soldier MILITARY HISTORY A summer course explores Civil War battlefields to study history and military leadership. By Steven Sodergren, PhD The Norwich Record | Fall 2018 Under a clear Virginia sky one Read More
  • How Do You Solve a Problem Like North Korea? +

    B&W portrait of Prof. Yangmo Ku INSIGHT We ask area expert Yangmo Ku, PhD, associate professor of political science at Norwich and author of the recent book, Politics in North and South Korea: Political Development, Economy, Read More
  • The Future Lab +

    Photo: Philosophy professor rides a skateboard on top of his office desk From genetic engineering to digital forensics to the plays of Harold Pinter, campus labs across the sciences, professional disciplines, and humanities showcase the talent, curiosity, and impact of Norwich faculty Read More
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COLA NEWS - ALUMNI

  • 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 tenth woman to complete Read More
  • Thicker than Blood +

    Two Alumni: One Unbreakable Bond “You could get the surprise of your life”– From "Live Your Life", by T.I., 2008 IT HAD BEEN a glorious day on the Hill, and Read More
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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 the relationship between peace and warfare at local, national, and global levels.
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.
Norwich University’s student and community radio station, WNUB 88.3 FM Dog River Radio, has been on the air since 1967.
Student-run campus newspaper.

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