How cadets and students can make the most of their Merits

If you are a current cadet or student, you have a Merit account. It’s used to celebrate the great things you do while enrolled.

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A Charleston tradition returns: The Citadel Christmas Candlelight Services

Cadets line up, their faces glowing with each individual candle, then proceed into the chapel, taking their places as the readers, singers and musicians for the evening.

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Cadets volunteer at LEARN Horse Rescue

The Class of 2024 reported for work with enthusiasm, energy and an eagerness to give out animal cracker treats.

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Cadets at The Citadel give thanks to healthcare workers

More than 1,000 goodie bags are now in the hands of local healthcare workers, a small sign to show how cadets are grateful for their work.

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Student artwork in Daniel Library honors veterans

The Daniel Library is currently displaying cadet and student artwork to raise awareness and honor the sacrifices of veterans.

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Bulldogs win! Citadel volleyball earns school’s first SoCon title in women’s team sports

The Citadel volleyball team won the military school’s first Southern Conference championship in a women’s team sport on Nov. 21. 

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Citadel professor interviewed about marketing and supply chain issues

Mike Switzer interviews Citadel professor Bob Riggle, Ph.D., about marketing headaches for the business community caused by the supply chain.

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Top takeaways from the National Collegiate Honors Council conference

Photo above: a provided photograph of Epcot theme park at the Walt Disney World Report in Florida. By Cadet Olivia Hime, Honors Program student and Regimental Public Affairs NCO Every

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Prime placement for the world-famous story authored by a Citadel alumnus

The Wheel of Time, based on the book series by Robert Jordan (aka James Rigney, ’74) premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, Nov. 19

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