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by Robert H. Scales | August 18, 2017
It was the day after Suzy died. Congressman Ike Skelton’s dearly loved soulmate was gone, and [...] Read more

West Point Captain: Black, Female, Destined to Lead

by Emily Cochrane | August 17, 2017
WASHINGTON — As a 6-year-old child camping in the Virginia woods, Simone Askew marched for fu [...] Read more

Purdue Plan for Online U. Approved

by Associated Press | August 15, 2017
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — The Indiana Commission for Higher Education has given Purdue Universi [...] Read more

Proposed Changes to GI Bill Offer More Options

by Drew Petrimouix | August 11, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEXSTAR) – The GI Bill helps veterans pay for school after they leave the A [...] Read more

Warrior Scholar Project Smooths Transition to Academe

by Conrad Frey | August 10, 2017
On Sunday afternoon, 19 student veterans checked in to Rudder Auditorium for a week that will h [...] Read more

Brothers Honor Grandparents With Military Scholarship

by Christina Mayo | August 08, 2017
Two brothers who want to honor their late grandparents have established a $5,000 annual scholar [...] Read more

New GI Bill — What Matters Most

by Kaitlin Mulhere | August 04, 2017
In a rare moment of unity, lawmakers in Washington, D.C., just passed a major expansion to the [...] Read more

West Point Selects First Black Woman as First Captain

| August 03, 2017
West Point was established 215 years ago, in 1802 with females being admitted in 1976 and the f [...] Read more

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