NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University has launched “Voices from the Hill,” a place for Norwich faculty, students, and alumni to contribute their stories on and off The Hill.
Norwich University’s Office of Communications will publish the stories and images from the projects, connections and successes that make Norwich’s community vibrant and vital.
As part of the series, beginning today, and in the coming days, Norwich will release interdisciplinary faculty essays and articles on the collective response to the coronavirus pandemic. The inaugural theme will be Norwich University Perspectives: COVID-19.
The stories are published here: https://bit.ly/2V9jJQj, and readers can keep the conversation going by sharing on their social media channels using the #norwichserves and #wickgrit hashtags along with their preferred pandemic nomenclature.
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