Michael Haynie

Syracuse University


Vice Chancellor at Syracuse University, and Director of its Institute for Veterans and Military Families

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Veterans groups and at least one Republican have called the situation “a national disgrace.”

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Veterans groups and at least one Republican have called the situation “a national disgrace.”

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Commentator Joe Mathews remembers Jim Ho and Leondra Kruger as high school friends and co-editors of the school newspaper during their days at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena.