What’s going on in the Corps: 3rd Battalion’s wake-up call

By Cadet Sae-Eun Lee, ’20 “Full battalion, attention,” boomed 3rd Battalion’s new TAC NCO, U.S. Army retired Sgt. Maj. Isaac Ragusa. “Half right face.” Without pause, the 466 cadets in

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U.S. Secretary of State to cadets: your mission will hinge on your capacity for personal self-discipline

Photo above: U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo addressing the South Carolina Corps of Cadets on Veterans Day, 2019, at The Citadel Part of The Citadel experience includes opportunities

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The many faces of the voice for the Corps

She’s a two-time Army Ranger Challenge competitor, she’s on track to become an officer in the U.S. Army after graduating, and she was also Miss Charleston.

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Citadel’s Class of 1981 donates cadet pavilion on Ashley River

Citadel cadets will soon be able to boat to and from their college campus along the Ashley River again thanks to a local couple’s ambition.

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Cadets in the community: leading the way and giving back

Leadership Day only happens once a year, but the impact of the help from hundreds of cadets during that one day is far-reaching.

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Upcoming news from The Citadel – November and December 2019

Some of the events happening on or around The Citadel’s campus, including an educational forum, three STEM competitions and Christmas Candlelight Service.

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A day to demonstrate the servant leadership of Citadel cadets

Leadership Day, on Oct. 23, 2019, is held every year and is just one example of the many ways cadets serve their communities.

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Operation: Remembering General

The South Carolina Corps of Cadets will pay tribute to General Robert P. Carson, also called General or G2, at the Homecoming game against Mercer.

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Vietnam veterans honor fallen Citadel graduate who saved their lives

“I tried to get him out. He was trying to help us. If it hadn’t been for him and his platoon, we wouldn’t be here today.”

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