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Just War Theory and the End of the Afghanistan War

Disclaimer: These opinion pieces represent the authors’ personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of Norwich University or PAWC.

The Facade of Democracy: The Irrelevance of Iran's Presidential Elections

Disclaimer: These opinion pieces represent the authors’ personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of Norwich University or PAWC.

Pay Attention to Israel/Palestine, but Don’t Forget About the Rest of the Region

Disclaimer: These opinion pieces represent the authors’ personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of Norwich University or PAWC.

"The Heathers" by Pegasus Players Theater Group | Find a Second Family

Reflecting on my ongoing journey with Pegasus Players, I've discovered a profound sense of connection and acceptance that I haven't experienced elsewhere on campus. Within the vibrant community of Pegasus, I found a place where my unique talents and perspectives were not only welcomed but celebrated. It's a space where I feel understood, supported, and valued.

Does the Military Pay for College?

When it comes to choosing a college, you don’t want to have to sacrifice the quality of your education due to the cost alone. Luckily, if you have an interest in joining the military, then there are some options to consider. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to help you figure out how to get a scholarship from the military so you can pay for college, and other great options!

Global Responses to the Israel-Gaza Conflict and the ICJ Ruling

Disclaimer: These opinion pieces represent the authors’ personal views, and do not necessarily reflect the official policies or positions of Norwich University or PAWC.

Immersive U.S. Government Experience - Field Trip to Washington D.C.

This semester specifically I was offered to take the class “U.S. Security Policy,” which other than being a distinctive class in itself, also includes a paid trip to Washington D.C. as an implemented part of the curriculum.

Inside Scoop - My ROTC and Corps of Cadets Life

"One of the greatest challenges when joining the Corps is balancing responsibilities. Outside of the Corps, Norwich offers specialty units, clubs, and community service organizations that seek to enrich the cadet leadership experience." - Ana Lemler, '28

Meet Our Student Bloggers - Ana Lemler

Ana Lemler is an Electrical and Computer Engineering major. She is a member of the Corps of Cadets and is pursuing her Air Force contract. She's also a participant in the Mountain Cold Weather Company (MCW) and the first prospect class of the i5 specialty unit centered on Space Force training. Keep reading to learn more about Ana's interesting life at Norwich!

Meet Our Student Bloggers - Spencer Rada

Spencer Rada is a Political Science major and Transnational Crime minor at Norwich University. He is active in the Student Government Association on campus and Norwich's Leadership Academies. Keep reading to learn more about Spencer's exciting opportunities as a highly involved Norwich student!