Norwich University President Mark Anarumo stands in for football offensive lineman Chase Panza’s mother as a Senior Day escort before Saturday’s football game at Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium. Anarumo’s new puppy,  Sally Rose, the Rook of Woodbury Hall, shares the moment. (Photo by Jasmine Olson ’24/Norwich University Athletics.)

Norwich University senior, athletic director and Darn Tough Vermont® employee had scenes to savor Saturday

Although Norwich University sports fans’ attention usually falls to competing athletes and their chosen playing surface, Saturday brought a triptych of off-field triumph as senior Chase Panza, Darn Tough Vermont® employee Theresa Hopkins and Norwich Athletic Director Tony Mariano were honored.

Linebacker Zev Motew (18), the leading tackler on the Norwich University football team’s defense this season, was one of several seniors who had their pictures taken with parents and were honored pregame on Saturday at Sabine Field. (Photo by Jasmine Olson ’24/Norwich University Athletics.)

Cadets finish season this weekend with road game against Catholic University of America

On Senior Day on Saturday on Sabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium, Norwich University honored its seniors and senior linebacker Zev Motew shined again, adding to his team-leading tackle total and leading a Cadets defense that forced a safety against visiting Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Seven Norwich University faculty members and two Vermont state senators will participate in the Center for Global Resilience & Security’s “Celebrating Women in Science,” a virtual roundtable Nov. 8. (Illustration courtesy Center for Global Resilience & Security/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Center for Global Resilience & Security hosts “Celebrating Women in Science,” a virtual roundtable and networking event on Nov. 8 and a screening of the film “Picture A Scientist” on Nov. 9.

U.S. Army four-star Gen. Paul E. Funk II, the 17th commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, speaks Oct. 19 at Shapiro Field House.  (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Four-star U.S. Army Gen. Paul E. Funk II delivers Defense Department award to Norwich University and its U.S. Army ROTC platoon

Four-star general and U.S. Army ROTC Hall of Famer Paul E. Funk II delivered praise and high honor to Norwich University on Tuesday, bestowing a Defense Department award marking the university’s U.S. Army ROTC program the nation’s best.

U.S. Army Gen. Paul E. Funk II, right, congratulates Norwich University Senior Vice President Frank Vanecek for 45 years of service to the university. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Senior Vice President Frank Vanecek and his family and top-performing U.S. Army ROTC cadet Sarah Glidden are honored

As four-star U.S. Army Gen. Paul E. Funk’s delivered the Department of Defense ROTC and Educational Institution Partnership Excellence Award, Norwich University hailed the honored Army ROTC Pioneer Battalion and some special campus high achievers.

A truck from Darn Tough Vermont pulls up to Doyle Hall on Wednesday to deliver socks for Saturday’s Norwich Hockey Sock Toss. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Darn Tough Vermont® donates 1,500 pairs of socks for fans to throw on ice; toss pairs will go to local nonprofits

The socks are here. Get ready to toss like a boss.

The Pegasus Players’ production of Neil Simon’s “Rumors” requires very few props and the set design will be minimal. This will require the players to tap their creativity to convey surroundings to the audience. (Photo courtesy of Pegasus Players/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s Pegasus Players will be showcasing their production of Neil Simon’s “Rumors,” the first in-person show the student theater group has held since Spring 2020, as performances moved online because of the global pandemic. 

Norwich University football players rest on the bench and hear advice a coach’s advice during an away game from the 2021 season. (Photo by Nicholas Gendreau/Norwich University Athletics.)

Norwich University to play final 2021 football game Saturday at Sabine Field and honor senior players before kickoff

Norwich University’s offense had its most productive game this season on Saturday, scoring on its first six drives and leading through three quarters against host Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference football game in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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.


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