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Take Two for April 2, 2013




Former Marine Corps sniper Richard Gilbert crams for a final exam in one of his communications classes at the University of California-San Diego in March. Gilbert was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury while he was deployed in Iraq. He’s developed systems and tools to work around the symptoms of his condition and navigate life as a college student with TBI.
Former Marine Corps sniper Richard Gilbert crams for a final exam in one of his communications classes at the University of California-San Diego in March. Gilbert was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury while he was deployed in Iraq. He’s developed systems and tools to work around the symptoms of his condition and navigate life as a college student with TBI.
Sam Hodgson for the Public Insight Network

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