2020 Colby Book Award winner Adam Higginbotham will be among the speakers at this year’s Military Writers’ Symposium. (Courtesy photo.)

A look at this year’s Military Writers’ Symposium speakers. Longer versions are online.

From left, Shawn LoPorto ’88 & P’18 and Teri Hart and Carl Pascal ’70 pose for photos after running the virtual 5-kilometer race that was part of the virtual 2020 Homecoming celebration. (Photos courtesy Norwich University Alumni and Family Relations.)

Race goes virtual to fit into weekend’s 2020’s format, attracting variety of runners

As student-athletes showed their skills in the Grit Games during this past weekend’s virtual Homecoming, Norwich alums broke their own sweat in a virtual 5-kilometer run.

Hurdles were one of several events during Saturday’s Grit Games on the Norwich University campus. The obstacle course competition, on the U.S. Marine Corps obstacle course, was part of this past weekend’s Homecoming celebration. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

Fall sports student-athletes display determination, athleticism in Homecoming’s Grit Games

Women’s soccer player Eduarda Da Silva and men’s rugby players Jonah Faneuf and Jack Tellifson won individual championships at the Grit Games, an obstacle-course competition inaugurated during this past weekend’s virtual Homecoming celebration.

Wilson Center Senior Fellow Sherri Goodman speaks at Mack Hall in October 2019. She is among the featured speakers at this year’s Military Writers’ Symposium. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

Homecoming brings weekend celebration; Careerpalooza, Military Writers’ Symposium lie ahead

Challenge accepted. Party started. 

The coronavirus pandemic has lingered stubbornly, forcing big changes in all facets of campus life. (Be honest, how often did you say “multiple modalities” before this fall?) Students faculty and staff have learned to sing to themselves during hand washings (Raspberry beret… scrub, scrub … the kind you find … scrub, scrub … in a secondhand store), and say hellos from behind masks at 6-foot distances. But the idea of a fall without a Homecoming, well, a campus bridge too far.

Members of Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets participate in a Review with Retreat at Homecoming 2019. At the year’s Homecoming, running this weekend, the Corps will repeat the rite on the Upper Parade Ground and have it broadcast online as part of a virtual presentation. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

Annual Homecoming celebration goes online, reprising traditional rites and adding fresh activities

How’s this for contrast? Last year’s bicentennial Homecoming celebration brought a record 6,000 visitors to campus for a weekend of gleeful feats and fetes. Crowds mingled all over ­— at food trucks, in campus buildings, at Sabine Field for the football game against rival Coast Guard (oh, what a finish).

Norwich alumnus Fred Breton, Class of 1962, sent batches of Homecoming cookies to the rooks living in his former room in Alumni Hall and the Alumni and Family Relation s Office. His mother and grandmother used the same recipe for cookies they sent to campus during his rookdom. (Photo by Stephanie Snell.)

Alumnus sends homemade treat to rooks living in his former room in Alumni Hall

C is for cookies, which are sweeter when they’re free. Thanks to alumnus Fred Breton’s tasty tradition, a pair of Norwich University freshmen received free homemade cookies as a Homecoming treat.

During Careerpalooza, which runs throughout October, students will get to meet virtually with employers and take webinars to improve their résumés, etiquette with employers and other skills. (Photo by Norwich University Photography.)

Month of virtual events will connect students and employee-seeking companies

Get out your résumés, unpack your career curiosity. Careerpalooza is here.

Throughout October, the Career and Internship Center will offer career-oriented virtual sessions to let Norwich students explore possible career opportunities.

Mallory Dutil, graduate summa cum laude in 2020 Norwich, with a triple major in engineering, environmental science and chemistry. (Courtesy photo.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The Norwich University Scholarships/Fellowships Committee has chosen Mallory Dutil as the sole Norwich Rhodes Scholar nominee for 2021.

During his Sept. 12 virtual Commencement keynote speech, President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider reminded students of the power of Norwich University’s Guiding Values. Following them, he said, is a formula for success. (Photo by Mark Collier.)

In keynote, President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider reflects on Norwich career, love for generations of students

The audience seats were empty, but hearts were full when the Class of  2020’s Commencement finally arrived at Mack Hall, especially President Emeritus Richard W. Schneider’s.

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