News

  • Futures Command CG visits West Point, views research

    Col. John Hartke, Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering head, talks to Gen. John M. Murray, commanding general of Army Futures Command, about research being done in the department during a tour of West Point Feb. 3. Murray and Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Crosby, Army Futures Command  command sergeant major, tour the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department Robotics Research Center and Cyber Research Center labs at West Point. Read More



Sports

  • Women’s Tennis wins six in a row, defeats Fordham

     A 7-6, 6-0 victory from sophomore Stephanie Dolehide in the second singles position gave the Black Knights its first of three tallies in singles play. The Army women’s tennis won its sixth-straight match on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Fordham Rams, 4-3, at Lichtenberg Tennis Center.   Photo by Army Athletic Communications

    Army women’s tennis won its sixth-straight match on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Fordham Rams, 4-3, at Lichtenberg Tennis Center.
    In doubles action, Army won both matches with the No. 1 matchup not finishing. Sophomore Sam Dimaio and junior Ana Joyner earned a 6-0 win over Arina Taluyenko and Weronika Pociej, while sophomore Paola Bou and freshman Sophie McKensie defeated Avery Aude and Genevieve Quenville, 6-3.
    Army and Fordham split the six singles matches with three apiece.
    A 7-6, 6-0 victory from sophomore Stephanie Dolehide in the second position gave the Black Knights its first of three tallies in singles play.
    Junior Hannah Boubel finished with a 7-5, 6-3 win in the fifth spot, while Dimaio closed out from the sixth position with a 7-5, 6-2 result. Read More



Leisure

  • KACH recognizes volunteers

    On June 21, Keller Army Community Hospital recognized the Red Cross volunteers who provided assistance in six different medical departments and the front desk. The 20 volunteers provided an average of 208 volunteer hours per month, and more than 2,500 hours per year. The citation they received reads: “In recognition of the unwavering contributions you make daily in support of Keller Army Community Hospital and the West Point community. Your continuous support and willingness to devote your time has positively impacted the lives of the staff, America’s service members and their families. Your commitment to the American Red Cross volunteer program displays the true meaning of volunteerism and has been a critical contributing factor to the high level of customer service and clinical support provided by the hospital. Read More



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