The Citadel remembers Richard Romanek

It is with sadness that The Citadel share information about the loss of Mr. Richard Romanek who was a member of the Information and Technology Services team. Rick, as his

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Military colleges aim to develop cyber programs

In an effort to address concerns over the looming skills gap, leading military colleges and universities in the US have moved to establish cyber institutes.

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Senior Military Colleges push to secure collective national cyber institute

America’s Senior Military Colleges work toward DOD Cyber Institute amendment for FY19 NDAA with South Carolina’s Senators Graham and Scott.

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These are the colleges most likely to land you a job in every state

Thanks to a some new data, we know exactly which colleges or universities in each state are most likely to land you a job.

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Remembering The Class That Never Was

A look at the story of The Citadel Class of 1944, commonly known as “The Class that Never Was.”

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Your tires are polluting Charleston Harbor

Groundbreaking research shows that seven tons of microscopic plastic particles can be found floating in Charleston Harbor.

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‘Pride of our campus’: At The Citadel, cadets and bulldogs living together

On the rare mornings that Citadel cadet Jennifer Pozzani slept through her alarm, her roommate in Law Barracks was quick to action.

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In memory of Dave Schonhut

Mr. Charles “Dave” Schonhut passed away on Friday, May 18, 2018. Schonhut joined The Citadel in September 1998 and served as the manager of The Citadel Barber Shop for 20 years.

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South Carolina students compete in state’s first KidWind Challenge

Students across South Carolina are celebrating their hard work and success after taking part in the state’s first-ever KidWind Challenge on Saturday, May 12.

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Citadel Foundation raises $250 million in historic anniversary campaign

The Citadel Foundation has successfully completed the most ambitious fundraising effort in the college’s 175-year history.

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