What is the value of emotional intelligence, in athletics and in life? Did you miss the Frozen Four tournament game—you know, the one where Norwich women’s hockey brought home the national championship? If so, or even if you witnessed the glorious moment firsthand, how about a recap? And, what does it really mean to hike the Appalachian Trail, all 2,200 miles of it?

We go deep into these questions in the summer 2018 edition of our podcast series, Norwich Odyssey, featuring segments by Nick Fischer, Tanner Acebo, and Jacque Day. 

 

You may also download the episode on our PodBean channel. Click here.

Read more about alumnus Tomas Maciel’s five-month overland journey in “Wick Grit: A 2,200-Mile Test of Will,” from the summer 2018 issue of the Norwich Record

Norwich Odyssey is a quarterly production of the Norwich University Office of Communications and WNUB FM Radio

 


Norwich University Perspectives Project: COVID-19

  • Socially distanced, but emotionally connected

    Socially distanced, but emotionally connected

    Student bloggers write about transitioning to e-learning, missing routine The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic turned the world upside-down, mostly emptying campus, distancing classmates and sending learning online. As they transitioned, Norwich student bloggers used the “In Their Words” webpage to Read More
  • As coronavirus morphs health care’s front line, nursing shifts and adapts

    As coronavirus morphs health care’s front line, nursing shifts and adapts

    Stakes have been raised immeasurably for hospitals, newly minted nursing graduates In 1933, Dr. John Gifford of what is now the Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, Vermont, nicked his finger while performing surgery on a patient with a streptococcal infection. Read More
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