Dr. Tara Kulkarni, seen working with students on the Wastewater-Based Epidemiology Initiative on campus last spring, is one of four featured speakers at the 19th annual Faculty Scholarship Celebration. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Traditional formal dance for Corps of Cadets returns after yearlong coronavirus pandemic hiatus

The 19th annual Faculty Scholarship Celebration, a College of Science and Mathematics Board of Fellows lecture and the Regimental Ball’s return highlight the week’s campus calendar.

From left, the Corps of Cadets and civilian ring designs for the Class of 2023. (Images courtesy Norwich University Corps of Cadets/Civilian Ring Committee.)

Civilians, Corps of Cadets celebrate commemorative jewelry marking centennial of university tradition

Norwich University’s ring tradition marks its centennial with the Class of 2023, and Tuesday a rite for the rite — ring reveals — returned in person after a COVID-19 hiatus. (Rite makes rite, right?)

A New Hampshire State Police officer speaks to Norwich University students at the 2018 Fall Career Fair at Plumley Armory. After a one-year coronavirus-pandemic-triggered virtual run, the fair returns in person Tuesday. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Activities include presentation of Defense Department Award to Norwich’s U.S. Army ROTC Pioneer Battalion

The fall career fair, the presentation of the Defense Department ROTC and Educational Institution Partnership Excellence Award and armed forces field training highlight this week’s campus events calendar.

Colin Powell, the four-star U.S. Army general who became the first Black national security adviser during Ronald Reagan's presidency, the youngest and first Black Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman under President George H.W. Bush and secretary of state under President George W. Bush, speaks at Shapiro Field House at Norwich University in November 2014. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

In addresses to students and university community, four-star generals spoke on leadership and service

Colin Powell and Raymond Odierno, four-star U.S. Army generals who delivered high-profile on-campus speeches at Norwich University in the 2010s, died this month.

Norwich University sophomore running back Jehric Hackney (35) scores a touchdown on his first collegiate carry Saturday against Springfield College at Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium. (Photo by Nicholas Gendreau/Norwich University.)

Cadets to next visit Massachusetts Institute of Technology in New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference game

Springfield College ran and ran, leaving Norwich University ragged Saturday.

By a student vote, President Mark Anarumo’s new brindle boxer puppy was named Sally Rose, the Rook of Woodbury Hall, or Sally to her friends. (Photo by President Mark Anarumo/Norwich University.)

Student vote decides name of President Mark Anarumo’s brindle boxer

Here’s some pomp for the presidential puppy — trumpets, please — Sally Rose, the Rook of Woodbury Hall. Sally for short.

Class of 2022 members of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets show off their class rings Oct. 1 at a celebration dinner at Plumley Armory. Norwich’s ring tradition dates to 1923. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

In-person fete features words from author and podcaster Randall H. Miller ’93 M ’07

The coronavirus pandemic derailed many Norwich University activities in 2020-21, including traditional dinners to celebrate the awarding of class rings. But on Oct. 1, Class of 2022 Corps of Cadets members, showing trademark Norwich perseverance, convened at Plumley Armory for a dinner to celebrate.

Norwich University has hosted Special Olympics Vermont’s annual basketball tournament for 20 years. (Photo courtesy Special Olympics Vermont.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University will host Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools Soccer Tournament from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18.

This year’s high school design competition from Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art to design a “pocket place,” as the need for outdoor spaces for gathering has risen during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo courtesy School of Architecture + Art/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art is accepting submissions from high school students for an architecture and design competition that offers scholarships to the university as prizes.


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