Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets’ first African American graduate

Feb. 14, on Summerall Field, the South Carolina Corps of Cadets will march in honor of Charles Foster, The Citadel’s first African American cadet graduate.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – Black History Month and February 2020

A look at some of the big February events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including events celebrating Black History Month.

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Citadel alumnus recognized as 2020 MLK Celebration honorees and parade marshal announced

Larry Ferguson, Class of 1973, will be presented the Harvey Gantt Triumph Award. He is one of the first African American cadets to attend The Citadel.

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At 80, SC biologist, former Citadel professor still working to study and save the planet

After a distinguished career as a biologist, conservationist, teacher and more, Porcher has hardly slowed in his efforts to study and save the planet.

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Citadel Notes: Turf going in at football stadium, coach’s contract update, good grades

The Citadel is ready to install artificial turf at Johnson Hagood Stadium, with the new surface slated to be finished by the end of April.

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Citadel to create a South Carolina CyberCorps with $2.8 million grant

The first in SC: Cybercorps SFS at The Citadel highly trained cybersecurity and intelligence leaders through new scholarship program.

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‘It’s a sigh of relief:’ Citadel professor, Lowcountry reacts to President Trump’s language of deescalation

“Everyone was on edge to listen to what he had to say,” said Jan Goldman, professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel.

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Undergrad math wiz publishes theory about Fibonacci numbers

A Citadel cadet, along with two professors, wrote an academic paper titled “Matrices in the Hosoya Triangle” which was published in The Fibonacci Quarterly.

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FBI secrets, the Watergate investigators and more: The Citadel to host landmark intelligence conference

The Department of Intelligence and Security Studies will host a major conference, including a historic gathering of the FBI’s lead Watergate investigators.

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If we want to reduce college debt, help students graduate on time

The Citadel president in The State newspaper on reducing S.C. student debt by improving 4- year graduation rate, otherwise known as The Citadel Effect.

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