Ideas @ Work: #20 Cadets Portraits

Photo: Norwich basketball player dribbles a ball
33 ideas big and small from Norwich students, faculty, staff, and alumni that are transforming campus and the world.
The Norwich Record

Spring 2016

Norwich athletes play to win. They also look pretty great in front of the camera. This fall, seasoned photojournalist and NU staff photographer Mark Collier captured a series of portraits of Cadets athletes. Far beyond your standard headshot or action photo, his images celebrate the grace and beauty of youth, the inner fire of fierce competitors, and other revealing moments before the camera.

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Photograph by Mark Collier, Norwich University Office of Communications

Ideas @ Work: #19 DIY Sports Reporting

33 ideas big and small from Norwich students, faculty, staff, and alumni that are transforming campus and the world.
The Norwich Record

Spring 2016

Director of Athletic Communications Derek Dunning finished the 2015 Boston Marathon in 2 hours 57 minutes. He can also drain the occasional jump shot while doubling as the George Plimpton of do-it-yourself sports reporting on campus. Dunning and his sports-com colleagues have challenged Cadets athletes to a number of sporting contests, from field goal kickoffs to soccer penalty shootouts. Video of the often-comic results can be seen at Norwichathletics.com. No word yet on a rugby challenge.

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