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We have been keeping tabs on the return of ROTC to many Ivy League campuses this fall. Today, we bring you a recent column in the Yale Daily News written by Sam Cohen, a sophomore participating in the Navy ROTC program at the university, in which he reminds us of the benefits of having ROTC on campus, even for those who don’t directly participate in the program.

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Navy ROTC returns to Yale

At Yale University, this fall semester marks the first time in 40 years that Navy and Air Force ROTC students will once again take up training on the school’s campus. A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the ROTC program is scheduled for September 21.

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Harvard prepares for Army ROTC

At a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday, Harvard University welcomed Army ROTC back to campus. The program first came to the University in 1916, but was closed in 1971 during the Vietnam War-era protests. After Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was repealed, Harvard brought Navy ROTC to campus last year–but, as the Harvard Crimson reports, “cadets in that program still must travel to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to take courses.”

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