NORTHFIELD — A two-day forensics exercise for students will be held at Norwich University June 18-19.

The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies will host the third annual Forensics Exercise with local and state law enforcement with a staged campus crime scene created by best-selling author Mayor Archer. The event is for students in NU’s information security and assurance, public administration and criminal justice master’s programs.

On June 20, NU will celebrate its 200th anniversary with fireworks sponsored by the its alumni association. The fireworks can be viewed near the Norwich University Rugby field on Water Street from 8:15 to 10 p.m. with the fireworks display starting at about 9 p.m. Noise will be the loudest near the Shapiro Field House, where the fireworks will be released.

Entertainment will continue through the night with a performance by Vermont singer/songwriter Myra Flynn. The fireworks and music event are open to friends and family of the Norwich community.

Both events are for graduating students and the Norwich community as a whole, as part of the 2019 Residency Conference on the Norwich campus.

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