UCSD ceremony honors student veterans

A ceremony at UCSD Student Veterans Appreciation Ceremony this week acknowledged the dedication and contributions newly admitted and current student veterans have made to the United States military services.

The event will open with a speech from Justice Castaneda, former president of the UCSD Student Veterans Organization, and Del Mar resident and Marine Corps veteran Arthur Lipper III, who is chairman of British Far East Holdings Ltd..

Guests included UC San Diego staff, student veterans and their families. UCSD is ranked among the top 15 percent of the nation’s military-friendly schools by G. I. Jobs magazine.

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