A prominent theme of Nawruz is connectedness, which reflects the university's “Norwich Together” theme. (Graphic by Robert Blanchard and Joseph Yglesias/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The Norwich University Intercultural Student Organization presents Nawruz 1401, a celebration of the Afghan New Year and fundraiser to support local Afghan families, on March 20.

A three-night run of the musical “Chicago,” performed by Norwich University’s Pegasus Players, opens Thursday night at Mack Hall. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Pegasus Players’ ‘Chicago’ opens three-night run in Mack Hall Auditorium

Set the stage, I know a comfy spot … where the grins are cold but the dancing’s hot …

Partners from gbA Architecture & Planning will discuss their projects and methods on Friday at Chaplin Hall as part of the Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art Lecture Series. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art continues this year’s lecture series with a presentation by Montpelier-based gbA Architecture & Planning at 4 p.m. March 18 in Chaplin Hall’s gallery.

Exhibitors await students Oct. 16 during Norwich University’s fall job fair in Plumley Armory, presented by the Career and Internship Center. The center’s spring job fair is March 23, and students can capitalize on several preparation sessions during this week’s run-up. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Prep sessions for Career and Internship Center job fair, Dana lecture anchor week’s activities

With Spring Break over, classes, and on-campus activities, have resumed at Norwich University. A series of preparation sessions for the Career and Internship Center’s coming career fair, a Raspberry Pi contest and a Dana Category I lecture highlight the week’s calendar.

Norwich University wrestler Kyle Merritt finished seventh among 149-pound weight class competitors in the NCAA Division III national finals in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (Photo by Norwich University Athletics.)

Kyle Merritt, a sophomore from Hope Valley, Rhode Island, over the weekend became Norwich University’s first wrestling All-American in 23 years.

Lasha Tchantouridzé, a Norwich University professor and director of its graduate programs in diplomacy and international relations, spoke Feb. 21 with WCAX-TV, Channel 3, about the Russia-Ukraine conflict. (Screenshot from video/WCAX.)

Interviews happened on television, radio and print

As Americans have tried to better understand Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its domestic implications, local and national media have turned to Norwich University’s faculty and alumni for immediate commentary.

On March 18 and March 19, the Veterans’ Place and Norwich University’s Center for Civic Engagement will host a “Sleep-Out for Homelessness” encampment to raise awareness of veteran homelessness. (Graphic by Robert Blanchard and Joseph Yglesias/Norwich University.)

Encampment will take place on Crescent Avenue, opposite campus entrance


Northfield’s Veterans’ Place and Norwich University’s Center for Civic Engagement are hosting a “Sleep-Out for Homelessness” encampment on Crescent Avenue, opposite the campus entrance on March 18 and 19 to raise awareness of veteran homelessness, money to benefit The Veterans’ Place, and clothing to donate to homeless shelters.

Norwich University President Mark Anarumo joined U.S. Air Force dignitaries, ROTC students and others on Oct. 16 at the dedication and unveling of the miniature F-16 statue near Dabine Field at Haynes Family Stadium. (Photo by Matthew Crowley/Norwich University.)

Model of famous U.S. Air Force fighter jet joined university’s monuments last fall

Although Dr. Kevin Fleming’s students just beginning to getting virtual looks at flying F-16s in Norwich University’s new flight simulation laboratory, they’ve been able to see an F-16 in miniature since October.

Norwich University Professor Matthew Thomas watches as students use new flight simulators in his engineering psychology class. The lab is new this spring semester. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Students use video gaming savvy to help get new flight simulator lab running

“That’s button 2. What is button 2?”

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