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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?)

In Facebook comments on April 20, the Norwich University community foreshadowed Commencement speaker Deshauna Barber’s massage, encouraging the Class of 2022 to try new things and stay positive. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Norwich community’s Facebook posts to graduates encourage risk taking, money saving

A week before Norwich University’s 531-member Class of 2022 headed to Shapiro Field House and Saturday’s graduation, alumni followed recent tradition and offered congratulations and encouragement online.

Anthony Mariano, who spent 30 years as Norwich University’s athletic director, holds up his Honorary Doctor of Leadership on Saturday at Commencement. He’s congratulated by Board of Trustees Chairman Alan DeForest ’75, right. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Retiring Athletic Director Anthony Mariano, late chemistry professor Mary Hoppe and former Miss USA and U.S. Army Capt. Deshauna Barber honored

Retiring Athletic Director Anthony Mariano, the late longtime chemistry professor Mary Hoppe, and U.S. Army Capt. and 2016 Miss USA Deshauna Barber received honorary degrees Saturday during Norwich University’s Commencement at Shapiro Field House.

Norwich University President Mark Anarumo speaks to Saturday’s Commencement audience in Plumley Armory. Five hundred eighteen students in Norwich University’s Class of 2022 received bachelor’s degrees, 13 received master’s degrees. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University celebrated commencement and commissioning with April 30 ceremonies in Shapiro Field House in which 531 students graduated from 32 undergraduate programs and one master’s program and 134 graduates commissioned into the U.S. armed services.

Ryan Cranston, the 2022-23 regimental commander, speaks to Norwich University’s Corps of Cadets on April 22 on the Upper Parade Ground. (Video screenshot by Ronny Dimasi/Norwich University.)

Corps of Cadets names leaders for 2022-23; regimental commanders old and new reflect

Milestones pack any spring semester’s final weeks, forming a celebratory trail to Commencement and Commissioning’s grand finale. The hurdle of exams and capstone presentations gives way to social gatherings, awards ceremonies and the Corps of Cadets’ annual changing of command.

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    Cadet Gabriel Gaetz wins at the OCR World Championship

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  • Cadet Joseph Marsh learns from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Walla Walla, Washington.

    Cadet Joseph Marsh learns from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Walla Walla, Washington.

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    Norwich to hold 28th Annual Military Writers’ Symposium

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  • Norwich welcomes 650 new students to begin the 22–23 school year

    Norwich welcomes 650 new students to begin the 22–23 school year

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    NU dedicates Senator Patrick Leahy School of Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing

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