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Midshipman makes history as first Black female brigade commander at the Naval Academy
When Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber assumes the brigade command, she'll make Naval Academy history
Midshipman sues Naval Academy claiming his looming expulsion for racist tweets violates his free speech rights
A midshipman facing expulsion following an investigation of racist tweets he sent over the summer is suing the Naval Academy claiming it is violating his constitutional rights of free speech and protection from self-incrimination.
Naval Academy touts diversity effort, but racist tweet probe leaves questions unanswered
The Academy would not specify the administrative action taken against Midshipman 1st Class Chase Standage.
Midshipman guilty of sexual assault gets 25 years, is dismissed from service
The charges stem from four separate incidents involving three women who were all fellow midshipmen.
Naval Academy rescinds offer of appointment for Maryland student who wrote racist messages
The Naval Academy has rescinded an offer of appointment to a Maryland student after the institution was notified of racist messages the student made
Naval Academy opens investigation into racist tweets from midshipman’s account
The Naval Academy has initiated an investigation into racist tweets made by an account identified as a midshipman 1st class
Naval Academy board chief calls for removal of Confederate names from buildings
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is calling for the removal of two building names at the Naval Academy, citing links to the Confederacy.