EKU student Zach Willand, 21, of Jessamine County has a double major in biology and homeland security. While he's not sure where his studies will take him, Willand said he thinks he'd like to work for the FBI, the CIA or some other intelligence agency to prevent another 9/11-like attack. "It would be terrible to have that happen again, so it would be nice to be on the side that's trying to stop that," he said. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
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EKU student Zach Willand, 21, of Jessamine County has a double major in biology and homeland security. While he's not sure where his studies will take him, Willand said he thinks he'd like to work for the FBI, the CIA or some other intelligence agency to prevent another 9/11-like attack. "It would be terrible to have that happen again, so it would be nice to be on the side that's trying to stop that," he said. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff
EKU student Zach Willand, 21, of Jessamine County has a double major in biology and homeland security. While he's not sure where his studies will take him, Willand said he thinks he'd like to work for the FBI, the CIA or some other intelligence agency to prevent another 9/11-like attack. "It would be terrible to have that happen again, so it would be nice to be on the side that's trying to stop that," he said. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff

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