Class of 2019 graduation rewind

An atmosphere of jubilation percolated across campus in the final days of the 2018-19 academic year, with several event-filled days dedicated to celebrating the achievements of The Citadel Class of 2019.

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Citadel mom of six fulfills dream of becoming police officer

Jennifer Petrone told her family her lifelong goal was to become a police officer. Now, in her Beaufort Police Department uniform, she credits her family as key to her success while standing as an example to her six children that determination can transform a goal that seems out of reach into reality.

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Citadel STEM Center helping with collaborative effort to teach students construction skills

Charleston Metro Chamber announces second annual Build A Shed Competition Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with ABC Carolinas, presents a building competition for students and career-ready youth in Berkeley,

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Inaugural class of nurses graduating from The Citadel May 4

The Citadel’s first class of nursing students will accept their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degrees during commencement ceremonies on May 4, 2019.

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Two Citadel cadets win $10,000 for brewing up new business idea

Drink Up, a company that would let customers order craft beer online, wins competition after five teams of cadets and students pitch their business ideas.

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Citadel School of Engineering gives and receives awards for building better future

Citadel Professor Johnston Peeples, Ph.D., is honored for service and leadership while the School of Engineering recognizes industry leaders for their accomplishments.

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Girls who smash codes: free, NSA-funded camp at The Citadel now accepting applications

Middle and high school girls in the Charleston area are invited to apply for The Citadel’s National Security Agency (NSA) funded cyber security camp to be held on campus for five days in the summer.

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Study military history from almost anywhere in the world – with the experts

Some of the most distinguished minds in military history today will teach students enrolled in The Citadel Graduate College’s new Master of Arts Degree in Military History.

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The South China Sea

Note: SGT James Crump is a graduate student at The Citadel studying Intelligence and Security Studies. Crump served in the U.S. Army for eight years, before reenlisting as an intelligence analyst

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Remembering Maj. Gen. Carroll LeTellier, The Citadel Class of 1949

“Maj. Gen. Carroll LeTellier is respectfully remembered by many in The Citadel community,” said Gen. Glenn M. Walters, USMC (Ret.), president of The Citadel. “He served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for almost three decades, was known for his engineering designs and direction related to major projects around the nation including the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, and served in numerous capacities as a leader on campus. He will be greatly missed.”

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