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Marine's Petition Seeks to Honor Fallen Veteran on College Campus

                                                       Connecting Vets Radio

Steven Arango and George Whitney never met, but they had a couple things in common. They both attended Bates College, and they are both Marines. When Arango found out about Whitney's death while working for the CIA in Afghanistan and realized Bates hadn't done anything to memorialize him on campus, Arango got to work on changing that. 

Combining Law School and Military Service  

                                                                                    Law School Toolbox

Today, we have special guest Steven Arango with us — a Marine officer and lawyer — to talk about how he combined his military career with the law, as well as offer some useful tips on getting a clerkship and being published.

Managing Career Change From the Military — Don't Undersell Yourself

                                                                                     Career Warrior Podcast

Today, we’re going to talk about career transition. I know that many of those listening on the show...perhaps the majority...are going through a serious transition or will sometime in the next 5 years. Especially if you transition from the military, this can be especially difficult if you don’t have the right game plan or materials in place.

Veterans can be a Catalyst for Change

                                                                                                              Tide Talks

Tide Talks was created by students for students. Tide Talks provide a unique opportunity for students at the University of Alabama to share their experiences, trials, and successes during their time at school. 

Clearwater Man on a Mission to Remember Fallen Marine

                                                                                                                         ABC News

When Steven Arango found out fellow marine, Captain George Whitney, was killing serving our country in Afghanistan, he immediately started thinking of a way he could ensure his name would never be forgotten.

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