Published on Friday, April 17, 2015 by Andy Ramirez
For many, the world today seems like it is falling apart at the seams. Americans see it on the news every day, terrorists attacking universities in Kenya, museums in Tunisia, the threat of nuclear weapons in North Korea and Iran. With so much conflict, it seems like the easiest thing is to do is change the channel. Click. For some though, there is no turning a blind eye. These are the men and women of the United States military and their families. For them, war isn’t a game that can be paused, they fight so that others can have a fighting chance.
Categories: Features | Tags: family, main, Military, volume 44
Published on Monday, October 20, 2014 by Danica Mendes
While some students are struggling to find ways to pay for the climbing cost of college tuition, the military is providing another option. Seniors Kaitlyn Harris and Matthew Greer both received $83,000 checks to be used for college through the American GI bill for committing to the military for at least three years post high school graduation.
Categories: Features | Tags: main, Military, Student Spotlight, volume 44
Published on Monday, September 26, 2011 by Andy Ramirez
President Obama has recently outlined a plan to withdraw the majority of United States forces out of Iraq and Afghanistan by December 2012, which would leave only a small amount of soldiers behind to maintain order in the Middle East.
Categories: Opinions | Tags: Afghanistan, Iraq, main, Military, obama, Volume 41, War