After dodging machine-gun fire and roadside bombs in Iraq and Afghanistan, a newly married Ed Olesh knew it was time to change his line of work. But what was out there for an Army Ranger who saw more than 400 combat missions and four deployments in roles varying from grenade launcher to machine gunner to demolitions expert? Olesh, BS ’16, Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, is nearing the finish line at WVU for his master’s degree in the same field. The transition to college hasn’t been an easy one for the Ohiopyle, Pa., native. As president of the Veterans of WVU student club, he’s lending a hand to other student-veterans on campus who might need an E-5 sergeant in their college life.