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A leader among leaders

Anthony Hinojosa, a 10 year seal veteran, along with over a thousand students will be graduating this Saturday. Anthony helped shape the future of the VMC by providing the stepping stones for the brand new building.

Veterans radio project

Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with public radio station WYSO to create a series of stories on local veterans’ experiences transitioning to civilian life.


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Class of 2014 celebrates Fall Commencement

The Wright State University Nutter Center was packed with a raucous crowd Saturday, though it was not for an athletic endeavor. It was for Fall Commencement.
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Curtis Rowland, who has two engineering degrees from Wright State, is chief scientist at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.
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Audio—From the Air Force to ice cream, navigating a transition out of the service

Today WYSO begins a new, local series called Veterans’ Voices. You will hear military veterans from the Miami Valley interviewing their fellow veterans. The project is a collaboration with the Wright State University Veteran and Military Center. Vets have a lot …
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