Kendrick Harrison was close to getting his degree from Argosy University in Las Vegas, but the school shut down, leaving him and hundreds behind.
Kendrick Harrison served the country in the Army, and the 38-year-old had hoped the country would serve him in turn.
Harrison had been given opportunities to enroll in college straight out of high school. But propelled by his family legacy and civic duty, he enlisted in the military instead. A mortar attack robbed him of his physical health, but he wasn’t worried. The military would still pay for his education. His body might be injured, but his mind worked. Or that’s what he hoped.
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