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Media Taking Notice in March Towards MEA Symposium
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Media Taking Notice in March Towards MEA Symposium

May 14-17, 2015 are the dates of the second “Military Experience & the Arts Symposium” at Cameron University. A coordinated effort between MEA and Cameron’s chapters of Student Veterans of America and the Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society, our goal is to provide 200 veterans and veteran spouses with four days of workshops focused on the skills needed to express themselves creatively and nightly events, speakers, and performances that will raise awareness about veterans’ issues with the surrounding community. Continue reading

Oklahoma City University’s Red Earth Creative Writing MFA Program Lends Fiscal Support to  2015 Veteran Symposium!
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Oklahoma City University’s Red Earth Creative Writing MFA Program Lends Fiscal Support to 2015 Veteran Symposium!

OKLAHOMA CITY – As December is notably the time of year when charitable contributions soar, goodwill is a concept tangible in the air and “one good turn deserves another,” it is pertinent to mention that Oklahoma City University’s prestigious Red Earth Creative Writing MFA program has extended the charitable arm to support an upcoming educational symposium … Continue reading

Nightly Events Confirmed for MEA Symposium in Lawton, OK – May 14-17, 2015
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Nightly Events Confirmed for MEA Symposium in Lawton, OK – May 14-17, 2015

Each night, participants, volunteers, and workshop leaders will be treated to an array of public events centered on veterans and creative expression. Expect everything from theatrical performances, to readings and art shows, to public lectures and group activities. Below is a list of our confirmed nightly events. We’ll be updating this page as our nightly … Continue reading

Road to Suwon
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Road to Suwon

From his new position, he saw a steady stream of enemy infantry, arcade-like, crossed the base of the hill, two hundred yards out, firing blindly. The Americans fired back at phantoms—partly due to the rain and partly due to the enemy darting in and out, but the firing seemed to retard an all-out assault. Roger, like most of Babcock’s new recruits, did not conserve the two hundred rounds of ammo issued in Pusan, and by late afternoon, he had less than thirty rounds in the extra two magazines he carried in his field jacket. Continue reading

Join the MEA Team
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Join the MEA Team

Military Experience & the Arts seeks motivated, altruistic volunteers interested in serving veterans and military communities through the creative arts. Applications for the MEA Executive Board, administrative staff, and editorial positions will all be considered. Complete packets will receive a response in one to two business weeks. We’re especially interested in leaders whose strategies will take our growing non-profit to the next level. Continue reading