As new students thronged on Anne Arundel Community College on the first day of the semester, some trickled into a tiny office with a big American flag on a cinderblock wall, reports the Washington Post. They wanted to know when their promised government would aid arrive, how they would for pay for books and housing, and why their reimbursements were short or late. They were part of a wave of hundreds of thousands of students with unique concerns landing in U.S. colleges: military veterans aided by an expanded G.I. Bill. Like Roger Parker, many crave more help on campus navigating the bureaucracy of government and higher education…

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