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Gov. Martin O'Malley celebrated the achievement at an Anne Arundel County school.
Arne Duncan lambasted education cuts in Rep. Paul Ryan's proposed budget following a Wednesday address at Perry Hall High School.
Wesley Brown, who was born in Baltimore, graduated in 1949.
Upperclassmen had placed a plebe hat on top of the obelisk for the freshmen to remove.
The week concludes with graduation ceremonies on May 29.
The scholarship goes toward the cost of higher education up to $1 million.
Film crews are on site from May 15-18.
About 143 students received degrees at the Sunday ceremony.
The fourth class midshipmen are undergoing 14 hours of demanding physical and mental challenges.
The ceremony will also feature a new college tradition.
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