Pipes & Drums: Three presidents ponder the pandemic

Jim Dillahey,’01, leads the world’s largest piping and drumming organization, is an accomplished piper and a full-time teacher of piping at The Citadel,

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Behind the Scenes: 1989 grad talks planning at the CDC

It’s been a little over a year since the novel coronavirus first hit the radar of CDC employee Bill Howard, Class of 1989.

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Parades, programs and presentations: Citadel finds new ways to celebrate MLK Day despite pandemic

On Monday and Tuesday, Citadel cadets, students, faculty and staff will find new and socially distant ways to celebrate King’s legacy.

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Charleston native and Air Force captain fashions activewear line for the gym

“I work out a lot because of my job, and I want to stay in shape,” said Johnson, a 2013 graduate of The Citadel who grew up in Hanahan.

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Remembering Air Florida Flight 90 hero, Arland Williams Jr., Citadel Class of 1957

For months…we knew him only as the unknown hero. When the challenge came, Arland D. Williams Jr., Class of 1957, was ready.

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A message from the President of The Citadel

We must rededicate ourselves to the effective measures taken last semester, and continue to adapt and overcome the challenges posed by the pandemic.

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Citadel campus community to begin reconstitution for second semester

The college asks for cooperation as it limits access to campus to those on official, confirmed business from Jan. 13 – 29.

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Capers Hall to be demolished this year

As seen on WCSC – Live 5 News, by Summer Huechtker The Citadel’s historic Capers Hall will soon be demolished and re-built. Officials say this will be the first time

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