By Rob Buffum
On Oct. 1, the federal government shut down.
Most people at DCCC went about their normal day, but for many of the 300 veterans that are students here, like me, uncertainty has set in.
Benefits that were guaranteed to be there for veterans, who had honorably served their country, could now be taken away.
Even though the government has gone back to work, we are not out of the woods yet. The Continuing Appropriations Act of 2014 only gets us to Feb. 7. After that, this could all happen again.
For me, this anxiety is a daily burden.
The fear of not knowing if my tuition would