Current News - Diverse Military

Carteret Community College Receives Military Recognition

by CHERYL BURKE | February 14, 2020
MOREHEAD CITY — Retired U.S. Coast Guard veteran Max Stel of Newport is among 217 veterans o [...] Read more

RCPS Looks to Expand Student Opportunities with Georgia Military College

by Hunter Terrell | February 14, 2020
CONYERS — The Rockdale County Board of Education plans to adopt a memorandum of understandi [...] Read more

Kean Bill Helping Military Dependents Attend College in New Jersey Clears Senate

by Insider NJ | February 14, 2020
Children of service members who attended high school in New Jersey would be eligible for in-sta [...] Read more

UPUA Supports Policy to Allow Students in Military to Partially Cancel Courses if Deployed

by Connor Donlon | February 14, 2020
Wednesday night, UPUA passed legislation to support students in the military who are deployed [...] Read more

Signs of White Supremacy, Extremism Up Again in Poll of Active-Duty Troops

by Leo Shane III | February 07, 2020
More than one-third of all active-duty troops and more than half of minority service members sa [...] Read more

Alabama Man Who Helped Integrate Marines Dies

by Shelly Haskins | February 07, 2020
Raymond Williams, a member of the first U.S. Marines unit to accept African Americans during Wo [...] Read more

Tuskegee Airman Who Attended UI Gets Promotion, Salute From President

| February 07, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Last summer, Champaign County honored the oldest living member of the Tusk [...] Read more

Posse Program Brings Veterans to Wesleyan, Broadening Perspectives on Campus

by Emma Smith and Tiah Shepherd | February 07, 2020
While 21 percent of college students attend high-graduation rate colleges or universities like [...] Read more