Norwich community invited to send messages to help students thrive amid pandemic

Students are the spirit and lifeblood of Norwich University, and the Norwich community stands with you as you navigate this pandemic. As President Mark C. Anarumo has often said, we are all in this together as we weather this modified in-room quarantine period for students.

The #norwichtogether social media campaign, coordinated by Katherine Collins, the Career and Internship Center’s associate director for leadership and life skills, invites Norwich faculty, staff and alumni to send hopeful messages, images or videos to an electronic mailbox for distribution to students.

Collins said she will collect messages by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. throughout the semester and create video compilations that will be sent to students. Submit your messages by Feb. 5 for inclusion in the first video release. For information on how to participate, visit #NorwichTogether SWAY

A second project, Northfield and Norwich Together, encourages the Northfield community to send encouraging notes to students to be hung in dining halls, dorms or other campus sites.

Messages can be dropped off in a mailbox that’s in the driveway of Woodbury Hall on Central Street. The notes may also be postal mailed to: The President's Office, Norwich University, 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, VT 05663. For more information on this initiative, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. History Professor Rowland Brucken.


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