The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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Unbroken: Giving thanks for those working to restore the iconic stained-glass windows of Summerall Chapel

The hundreds of panels of stained-glass windows provide a distinctive aurora, surrounding visitors with kaleidoscopic artistry.

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Renowned Citadel health scientist leading new military sector for National Physical Activity Plan

CPR3 director, Dan Bornstein, Ph.D., continues work to improve fitness for national security The Citadel offers one of the only graduate degrees in America designed to meet the growing demand

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Fall 2020: hybrid learning by the numbers

Photo above: Dr. James Bezjian leads a Baker School of Business hybrid learning class on innovation in Bond Hall at The Citadel on October 6, 2020. From the initiation of

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From the Corps of Cadets to a clinical calling; alumni share their scholastic successes

The Citadel Health Careers Society invited four Exercise Science alumni to visit (via Zoom) and discuss their successes.

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A “General” review of the closed weekend

Cadets, who can’t leave campus before returning home for the long Thanksgiving/winter furlough, enjoyed some fun diversions for the on-campus weekend.

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Citadel buckling down with holiday furlough just around the corner

Cadets will not be granted leave before the furlough departure. They will, however, be able to enjoy food trucks, increased intramural activities and outdoor games.

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Congress’s new faces include ex-astronaut, Citadel’s first female grad

Nancy Mace, Citadel Class of 2000, will represent South Carolina’s Lowcountry after beating freshman Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham.

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Spartan veteran, nurse breaks barriers

Adrienne Crosby and six of her peers made history in 2002 as the first class of African American women to graduate from The Citadel.

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