Upcoming News from The Citadel – Black History Month and February 2021

A look at some of the big February events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including events celebrating Black History Month.

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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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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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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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Message for The Citadel Campus Community from General Walters

Principled leaders have a duty to set a tone of dignity and respect as we learn and interact with those who have differing views.

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Six generations of Workmans and a wakeup

When Billy Workman matriculated in August of 2020, he was simply echoing the Workman family tradition. He was after all the sixth in a line of William Douglas Workmans to attend the Military College of South Carolina.

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Live performances may have stopped, but The Citadel Gospel Choir has not

Members of The Citadel Gospel Choir gathered with safe distancing to record a variety of songs, to be played in lieu of a live performance.

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The Citadel Department of Athletics Announces Partnership with Roper St. Francis Healthcare

Roper St. Francis Healthcare will be listed as one of The Citadel athletics department’s first cornerstone partners and coined as the official healthcare provider fpr Bulldog athletics.

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