NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A film collaboration exploring the lives of military veterans at Rutgers University will premiere Thursday, February 12 at 7 pm on the school’s Douglass campus.

The screening will be held in the Nicholas Music Center, located on 85 George Street.

The documentary, “The War After: Combat to Campus,” is a joint venture of the Mason Gross School of Arts and Rutgers Veterans House. It focuses on the lives of the student veterans who are transitioning back to civilian life and pursuing a post-secondary education.

Student veterans will be describing in detail on their exploits and struggles connecting to friends, family, and the society they have trained and fought for, while pursuing their goals and looking towards the future.

The screening will be shown free of charge to the public, with limited seating requiring reservation of tickets through the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center Ticket Office.

For more information on the documentary or to reserve tickets, call the ticket office at 848-932-7511.