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Norwich University student-athletes gather for a group photo before the Senior Athlete Recognition Awards Luncheon on April 28 in Plumley Armory. (Photo by Norwich University Athletics.)

Alexa Berg and Daniel Curran won Coach Mariano Awards as outstanding female and male senior athletes at Norwich University’s Senior Athlete Recognition Awards Luncheon April 28 in Plumley Armory.

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt ’90 addresses commissionees on April 30 during the Joint Commissioning Ceremony at Shapiro Field House. (Photo by Tanya Tran/Norwich University.)

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt ’90 tells commissioning students that military success is a collective project

Getting through four years of college, a global pandemic and ROTC required a network of people, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt ’90 said — parents, cadre, mentors, teammates. And just as newly graduated students didn’t reach their armed forces swearings-in alone, he said, they won’t go alone into service.

With 35 goals, junior men’s lacrosse midfielder Callum Jones ranks as the Cadets’ second-leading goal scorer this season (add in 26 assists and he’s got 61 points, also second on the team). (Photo by Norwich University Athletics.)

Men’s lacrosse player Callum Jones joins Norwich University SportsCenter Top 10 highlights club with goal against Johnson & Wales

Callum Jones’ shot  was so out-of-the ordinary creative, it could have paired musically with “Sweet Georgia Brown,” the Harlem Globetrotters’ famous background song, played during trick-shot displays.

After two years of coronavirus pandemic restrictions, Norwich University returned to a fully in-person Commencement on April 30 in Shapiro Field House. The joy of graduation was everywhere. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Commencement speaker Deshauna Barber tells Norwich University’s Class of 2022 to believe in possibilities, however grand

Success’s beginnings arrive in unexpected moments and from unexpected people, Deshauna Barber told Norwich University’s Class of 2022, and may follow bouts of confusion and a litany of errors. But the former U.S. Army captain and the first soldier crowned Miss USA told graduating students they can be limitless if they’d only allow themselves to be.

From left, Norwich University Class of 2022 graduates Jacqueline Federico and Anita DiMento sport elaborate leis their women’s rugby teammates and classmates made for them in honor of 2022’s Commencement. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

New graduates reflect on the four years of work that led to a shining moment of achievement

Anita DiMento and Jacqueline Federico wore their Commencement joy not on their sleeves, but around their necks.Neon-colored leis interwove with strings of dollar bills (for apartment rent, they joked) and necklaces of snacks — M&M’s, Skittles, fun size Snickers bars, several varieties of Doritos. DiMento somehow also had an asparagus bundle in her skein. (Someone had to eat healthy, right?)

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