'In Class and In Uniform' profiles Nevada's student veterans

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Updated: 5/06/2014 4:27 pm
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- 'In Class and In Uniform' is an art exhibit like no other.

Six panels of memorabilia, photos, and historical written accounts currently line a wall in the Mackay Social Science Building at the University of Nevada.

The new exhibit, assembled by 16 Nevada students from various fields of study, debuted today and students say the three main attributes of the exhibit are motivation, achievement, and experiences.

Those who participated in the project couldn't say enough about it. Among them, Army National Guard Member and student Mike Orton: "...It allowed me to reflect on my military service and how it really has [impacted me] now that I am a student at UNR... it has helped me focus, [and] disciplined [me] in my grades and academics."

The students involved in the project will continue to interview and research veterans attending school, so they can expand the exhibit for the coming summer and fall.
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