My ring story: thanking God every day for my friends at The Citadel

I became someone here−this was the place where I found the courage to stand up for myself against the injustices done to me in the past.

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Serving our corner of South Carolina on Leadership Day

As the morning mist was still rising from Summerall Field, more than 1,000 cadets waited to board buses heading to more than 40 locations across the South Carolina Lowcountry. Their

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The Great ShakeOut: Learning more about earthquake impacts

Researchers at The Citadel are working to use the shear wave velocities to predict the response of soils at a variety of Charleston-area locations

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Hundreds of Cadet servant-leaders volunteering at 40+ locations Oct. 17

The night before Leadership Day 2018, cadets, students, faculty and staff will hear the inspiring story of Medal of Honor Recipient Sgt. Kyle J. White.

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My ring story: coming into the Corps broken did not break me

Everything was white, and I awoke from that three-second sleep screaming. My arm was bent in the complete opposition direction of how it should have been.

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Nine ways The Citadel encourages innovation

The Citadel is ranked among the most innovative schools in the South, and to celebrate, we rounded up some of the ways the college has encouraged innovation.

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Meet Sean Cleveland, Assistant Professor in English, Fine Arts and Communications and Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation

Cleveland retired from the Army as a professor in 2017 but was not ready to leave the classroom. When a position opened up at The Citadel, he jumped on it.

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Comfort Bears No Fruit

Donnell was passionate about football, but when he realized that he was only going to be an average player, he revised his playbook and became passionate about what he knew he could do well.

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The hidden value of a technical college degree, from associate degree to MBA

After completing your associates and bachelor’s degrees many students continue onto graduate education.

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Emmanuel AME Church, Enslaved African Muslims and the Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Extremist groups have tried and failed to court disenfranchised populations and play on the grievances of the African-American community.

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