If the vaccines are available, the midshipmen would be the first military academy students to receive the COVID-19 shots.
Amending Article 133 is an easy opportunity to recognize the makeup of the force and remove an outdated vestige of the past.
The academy will be under a restriction of movement due to increased COVID-19 mitigation measures.
It is unclear what Standage's status at the Naval Academy is now that the lawsuit is over.
The Naval Academy has not announced any plans to build additional buildings or rename any of its existing ones.
A federal appeals court will now rule whether a midshipman can stay at the Naval Academy while he fights his expulsion.
A midshipman facing expulsion over tweets characterized as inappropriate may not be able to graduate in May.
In some ways, they’re still doing their former military jobs but with an astronomical flair.
Wisconsin's beloved badger statue will stay at least two more years outside the governor's state Capitol office.
It spent more than 60 years in a U.S. Naval Academy garden before the academy museum loaned it to Wisconsin.
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Roslyn Singleton is an eight-year Navy veteran who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a statement.