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The majority of the campus's Norman-style buildings are constructed from gray and black granite.
The entire central campus is a national landmark and home to scores of historic sites, buildings, and monuments.
This increased demand for officers led Congress to increase the size of the Corps of Cadets to 481 cadets in 1900. The class of 1915 is known as "the class the stars fell on" for the exceptionally high percentage of general officers that rose from that class (59 of 164).
Many of the academy's most famous graduates graduated during the 15-year period between 19: Douglas Mac Arthur (1903), Joseph Stilwell (1904), Henry "Hap" Arnold (1907), George S. The outbreak of America's involvement in World War I caused a sharp increase in the demand for army officers, and the academy accelerated graduation of all four classes then in attendance to meet this requirement, beginning with the early graduation of the First Class on 20 April 1917, the Second Class in August 1917, and both the Third and Fourth Classes just before the Armistice of 11 November 1918, when only freshman cadets remained (those who had entered in the summer of 1918).
Its alumni and students are collectively referred to as "The Long Gray Line" and its ranks include two Presidents of the United States (as well as the President of the Confederate States of America), presidents of Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and the Philippines, numerous famous generals, and seventy-six Medal of Honor recipients.The academy fields fifteen men's and nine women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sports teams.