Archives for April 2013

Student poets take part in PoemCity

It’s finally April. People are walking about downtonwn Montpelier because the long-awaited spring weather is too good to pass the time indoors. They stop in front of a favorite little coffee shop at the street corner before going inside to read the words taped on the window.

Everywhere in town, windows and doors are covered with pieces of poetry, making Montpelier truly a poem city. [Read more…]

Tag sale event planned for finals week

At the end of every year students are faced with the monumental task of fitting all of their belongings into their car, or even worse, into a few suitcases. As a result, many items are left behind in hallways, lounges, and dumpsters. [Read more…]

‘Rustic 500 challenge’

If you enjoy socializing, drinking and trying new things, then there’s a local bar in Northfield that may have the perfect challenge for you. [Read more…]

Poet Major Jackson to read, visit NU campus on April 17

The inaugural Writers Series of 2013 is closing the semester with one of the most influential contributors to American poetry that resides right here in Vermont. The poet, author of three collections of poetry, and University of Vermont professor, Major Jackson, will be visiting Norwich University on Wednesday, April 17, at 7 p.m. [Read more…]

Computer security students ‘write’ their own textbook

Endless lines of a foreign language scroll across the computer screen. A similarly foreign and heavy textbook offers no help. [Read more…]

‘Senioritis’ sets in strong for graduating students

With graduation season just around the corner in May, senior college students, particularly those at Norwich University, are suffering from what students here call call “senioritis.” [Read more…]

Music department puts on spring concert

On April 6th, the Norwich University Choraleers, Regimental Band, and NU Pipe and Drum Band, performed a Civil War-themed  concert in the White Chapel. [Read more…]

Football team begins grueling spring training for fall season

As the Norwich University football team prepares to try and win their third Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) title since 2009, the Cadets are beginning their next phase of offseason training. [Read more…]

Dave Pinto receives honors on Scholar All-American team

Being a student athlete means much more than just competing on game day. A student athlete needs willingness to bring that same effort to all aspects of their life academically and athletically. The National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) likes to recognize athletes who excel above the rest of the competition, both academically and athletically, with the prestigious title of being inducted into the Scholar All-American Team. [Read more…]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Guidon Editor,

I want to extend my sincere thanks to the entire Norwich Community for supporting Team Red, White & Blue over the course of last week. Students, faculty, staff, and community members were endlessly gracious when it came to supporting the Student Government Association’s cause, Team RWB.

We surpassed our goal of three thousand dollars, with $3,045! We sold completely out of Team RWB pins, stickers, and bracelets that we had to start giving away our valuable NUSGA pens.

Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of our veterans through physical and social activities and events all throughout our country.

Our efforts here at Norwich University join growing efforts across our nation to support our veterans and give back thanks for the sacrifice they have made. Thank you for making a difference in our veterans lives! Norwich for Team Red, White & Blue!

 

“The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve…shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the Veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation.”

—George Washington

Sincerely,

George Bausch

President, Norwich University Student

Government Association