2022 Virginia Press Association Award for Journalistic Integrity and Community Service
Welcome to The Cadet newspaper, one of the oldest independent college newspapers in Virginia. The Cadet newspaper remains the independent voice of the Corps of Cadets and Alumni since its creation in 1871, its transition to a newspaper format in 1907, and today where cadets have editorial control of the newspaper's contents. Our mission is to support the journalistic pursuits in publishing the student-produced and alumni supported medium of news and information by cadets and alumni in continuing the positive and proud tradition and enhance the bonds between these two essential groups. The interaction will enhance the academic, military, intellectual and professional development experiences of its cadet members interested in careers in journalism or related fields as well as offer leadership opportunities to practice academic, military, and personal skills. Subscribe to the blog for the latest news.
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MEMBER - Alumni Free Speech Alliance
The Cadet Foundation is a proud and honored member of the Alumni Free Speech Alliance. On many campuses, students and faculty are attacked for exercising free speech. According to teh FIRE survey, over 80 percent of students at schools surveyed said they self-censor in the classroom, on campus and online. Read more about the issue and the AFSA's work.