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C. L. Max Nikias

Annual veterans dinner salutes service members

USC President C. L. Max Nikias with students who are veterans and ROTC cadets.

In an annual USC spring tradition, university leadership paid tribute to the women and men of the U.S. armed forces who are part of The Trojan Family—including the many veterans on the faculty and staff, and the veterans and ROTC cadets who are part of the student body. President C. L. Max Nikias proudly acknowledged the longstanding relationship between USC and the military, which encompasses teaching, service, and research throughout the university.

“Few if any universities can match USC’s commitment to the military and its service members,” President Nikias told the ballroom filled with dress uniforms representing all five branches on April 3. “In the 1970s, USC and Notre Dame were the only two universities to maintain their relationship with ROTC. We are proud of that,” he said.

Read the complete article at USC News.

View additional photos from the event on the USC Flickr site.


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