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Vermont native and Nashville-based musician’s Nov. 9 Plumley Armory concert will support The Veterans’ Place Inc. of Northfield

Vermont native and Nashville-based country musician Jamie Lee Thurston, a passionate backer of military causes, will play a benefit concert at Norwich University during Veterans’ Day weekend to support Northfield’s The Veterans’ Place Inc.

The concert, at 8 p.m. Nov. 9 in Plumley Armory,  is organized by The Veterans’ Place Inc., a community-based, nonprofit, 26-bed, substance-free, transitional housing program and the Norwich University student group that conducts the Annual Legacy March to support it. Both the Legacy March fundraiser and The Veterans’ Place Inc. are celebrating 10th anniversaries this year, in Norwich’s bicentennial year.

Celebration of Nations lets Norwich University community explore global cultures

They ate globally, danced locally and learned.

In a radius of a few Wise Campus Center feet Oct. 4, visitors could visit a smattering of nations, eat their food and sample their culture, no passport or plane tickets required. Norwich University’s Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion had joined the Campus Activities Board, the International Center and Sodexo in presenting a Celebration of Nations.

Wilson Center senior fellow describes climate change’s multiplying effects on military readiness and her hopes for its mitigation

Some military threats can’t be anticipated, Sherri Goodman said, think the Pearl Harbor bombing of December 1941 or the terrorist attacks of September 2001. But climate change, which is making the world hotter, intensifying storms and altering geopolitical strategies, is a military threat multiplier that packs no surprise.

We ignore it at our peril, she said.

Visiting Mariners ride ball-control offense to 30-20 victory

The visiting U.S. Merchant Marine Academy overcame Norwich’s early momentum to roll up more than 200 yards rushing and post a come-from-behind 30-20 football win Saturday at Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium.

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art presents “Two Algorithms and the 436 Mandolins,” a lecture from architect-entrepreneur Dan Horowitz on artificial intelligence as a generative design tool on at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, in the Mack Hall Auditorium.

This event, free and open to the public, continues the School of Architecture + Art’s 2019-20 lecture series.

In honor of Suicide Prevention Week, Norwich students aim to make 1,000 origami paper cranes

This story was updated at 4 p.m. Oct. 14

Write a wish, fold some paper and maybe save a life.

Wilson Center environmental change and security expert to speak on Norwich’s campus

Climate change exacerbates military challenges and multiplies threats, former Deputy Defense Undersecretary Sherri Goodman has said, enough that the U.S. Defense Department is integrating these risks into strategies and plans.

Sit a spell and chew on some tasty ideas. 

The College of Liberal Arts’ Colloquia Series will present talks on a plethora of topics from 12:15 to 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the semester in the Todd Multipurpose Room at Kreitzberg Library. The events are free and open to faculty, staff and students.

Home Pride rolls up 400 yards-plus rushing, uses second-half rally to top Cadets 21-17

Possession was nine-tenths of the law of momentum Saturday. Host Springfield’s offense kept the ball for 75 percent of the game’s minutes and two long scoring drives, one each in the third and fourth quarters, and erased a two-touchdown deficit and hand Norwich its first loss of the season.

Maj. Gen. Ernest Harmon's grandson shares reflections at Harmon Memorial Wall rededication during Homecoming

Patrick Harmon remembers spending seven long-ago summers with his grandparents, Maj. Gen. Ernest Harmon, and his wife, Leona, on Lake Champlain. The stints were formative, he said, serving as a finishing school for inattentive boys 

Patrick Harmon, a 1971 Norwich graduate, recalled regular chores and projects such as outdoor barbecue building as in-visit skill sharpeners. Attention to detail was paramount in these tasks, Patrick said, because the general did everything as if to honor someone special.

Bicentennial Stairs, granite tribute to people who significantly served Norwich, unveiled during Homecoming

TThe letters came in the mail, surprising some recipients, moving and humbling others. The missives told the 78 recipients, or in some cases, their families, that they’d be forever remembered on Norwich’s campus, with their name on the Bicentennial Stairs.

Sixth-decade reunion at bicentennial Homecoming lets Class of 1959 renew friendships, revisit campus

Harrison Baldwin was rehearsing his bugle call, playing the opening notes to “Charge” again and again. Sometimes the notes rang true; sometimes they came out flat. But his enthusiasm never flagged.

Class of 2019 donates larger-scale version of Norwich keepsake during Homecoming

How many doughnuts does it take to build a monument? About 50 dozen Krispy Kremes, it seems, imported from Montreal. Sales of the pastries, and well-placed hammer swings, let the Class of 2019 raise the cash to give “Norwich Forever” new form — a bronze of the university’s traditional keepsake.

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