Iraq Veteran Uses Experience to Get Through CollegeDecember 15, 2016 | :
by Audrin Baghaie
The most outstanding, vivacious rewards in life are seldom material. It takes time, effort and strife to realize ambition and achieve that level of personal satisfaction. On an individual basis, we’re all often trying to achieve the abstract; what is meaningful to one’s self.
After serving in the U.S. Army for eight years and persevering through her nephew’s diagnosis of brain cancer, Esmeralda Moreno will be graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology.