Col. Thomas J. Gordon, U. S. Marine Corps, to be next Commandant of Cadets at The Citadel

Colonel Thomas J. Gordon, USMC, The Citadel Class of 1991, brings a wealth of leadership, operational, and academic experience to the role

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – March 2021

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including those honoring Women’s History Month.

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Recognizing the women ROTC leaders helping train America’s next military officers

Women are — and for decades have been — an integral part of the team that helps the Military College of South Carolina produce so many future leaders

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Members of The Citadel African American Society are presented club patches

A new generation of cadets are officially patch-holding members of The Citadel’s African American Society.

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Most distinguished cadets named to fall 2020 President’s List

The President’s List, awarded for academic and military excellence, is one of the most distinguished cadet awards presented by The Citadel.

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At the Citadel, a three-step approach to keeping college-age Eagle Scouts involved

These Eagle Scouts take trips together, host events for local packs and troops, and complete acts of service in the community.

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Commandant finalist presentations getting underway Feb. 22

The Citadel Commandant of Cadets is a vice presidential position that is responsible for the command, leadership development and oversight of the 2,300-member South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

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From the Corps to the Chapel: Meet Chaplain Aaron Meadows

The former cadet, and current Air Force reservist, will now serve his alma mater as the Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets.

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The Citadel to host Minority Contractor Info Session on Feb. 16 for Capers Hall replacement

We intend for at least 10% of the work on the new Capers Hall to be awarded to minority contractors,” said Shawn Edwards, chief diversity officer for The Citadel.

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Hicks: When things went wrong, these Charleston institutions did things right

Unlike some people, the Corps of Cadets (to use another military term) has “embraced the suck.” They know this isn’t an ideal situation, but they’re doing what has to be done to remain on campus.

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