A day to demonstrate the servant leadership of Citadel cadets

Leadership Day, on Oct. 23, 2019, is held every year and is just one example of the many ways cadets serve their communities.

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Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz includes Citadel’s first woman Regimental Commander in change makers exhibit

The woman who has taken some of the most iconic photos in the world selected the first woman to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets as one of her

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A Family Legacy of School, Honor and Business Savvy

In September, Forbes Magazine named Citadel Alumnus, Patrick Cunningham, as one of the top “Best-in-State Next-Generation Wealth Advisors.”

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Melbourne graduate passes rigorous Recognition Day at The Citadel

A history major, Cadet Daninger said he plans to pursue a military career in the U.S. Air Force after graduating from The Citadel.

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Operation: Remembering General

The South Carolina Corps of Cadets will pay tribute to General Robert P. Carson, also called General or G2, at the Homecoming game against Mercer.

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Vietnam veterans honor fallen Citadel graduate who saved their lives

“I tried to get him out. He was trying to help us. If it hadn’t been for him and his platoon, we wouldn’t be here today.”

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WalletHub asks Citadel professor about credit card consolidation

As seen on WalletHub.com Michael Barth, Ph.D. — Associated dean, department head and associate professor of finance for the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business at The Citadel What

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The Citadel to host Charleston mayoral forum

The Citadel, the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area and WCSC Live 5 News will co-sponsor an open forum for the six Charleston mayoral candidates.

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The rewind: Parents’ Weekend 2019

Rings rapped, Families visited, pipers piped and the Class of 2020 got gold. Here’s a look back at Parents’ Weekend 2019.

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Beaufort, South Carolina, and The Citadel

Every fall dozens of Beaufort teenagers head to Charleston to begin the process of becoming a cadet at the Military College of South Carolina.

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