Archives for December 2014

Norwich paves way for widespread use of Transcendental Meditation

Transcendental Meditation (TM) was first introduced to Norwich in 2010, when longtime donor and supporter Joan Andrews Prentice brought information to the president about TM, and since then the program has grown, said the Director of the Center for Student Success. [Read more…]

That’s what he said…

As the fall semester draws to a close, so too does my time here at Norwich University. It has been a crazy roller coaster ride for me to get to this point. The experiences I’ve had at the Wick are ones that I will never forget. I would like to thank all of the students, faculty, and staff that have made my Norwich career something to remember and cherish. [Read more…]

Some thoughts to mull over winter break

As you prepare to leave Northfield for a well-deserved winter break, I want to take this opportunity to point out a few semester highlights and proud moments in our history. In August we opened the brand new West Hall civilian dorm on Upper Disney, and in September, we launched the five-year countdown to our Bicentennial and kicked off our Year of Service. [Read more…]

Video games find backing in Cadet Corps

Video games are viewed positively by the Norwich University Corps of Cadets (NUCC) and are being played by cadets from all classes, despite some restrictions put on freshmen and sophomores. [Read more…]

Students compete in 2nd annual LEGO League event



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Legos and robotics came together during the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) competition hosted by the David Crawford School of Engineering at Norwich University, as young minds worked together to create purposeful machines. [Read more…]

Students doubt sexual assault charges about Cosby

Many Norwich students grew up watching Bill Cosby on his TV sitcom titled “The Cosby Show.” Now his legacy has been damaged if not ruined, due to numerous sexual misconduct accusations aimed at Cosby.
“The accusations have taken their toll on Cosby’s reputation as the beloved Dr. Huxtable – the sweet, sweater-wearing father on the sitcom, “The Cosby Show,” said Dana Ford, a reporter for CNN. [Read more…]

NU athletes stayed active, healthy over Thanksgiving break

For many, Thanksgiving Break is a time to enjoy the season, family friends and food. However for several student-athletes at Norwich University, staying in shape and being active and healthy is a key goal over the week-long break. [Read more…]

Ultimate Frisbee club is expanding team, competition

The Norwich Ultimate Frisbee club is taking strides towards becoming more than just a club as they work to join the USA Ultimate (USAU) league this year to compete against other schools, according to the club president. [Read more…]

Skiing, snowboarding offer fun, winter outlets

When it comes to outdoor recreation, Norwich students have a lot of options but they dwindle when winter brings the cold weather and snow.
Fortunately, there are a number of ski resorts not far from Norwich University, such as Sugarbush Ski Resort, Bolton Valley, Mad River and Stowe. [Read more…]