The revival of The Citadel Gospel Choir

Photo: Citadel Gospel Choir performing at MLK Picture Awards By Cadet Rhaei Brown “It’s a family.” That’s what Regimental Executive Officer David Days says that The Citadel Gospel Choir means to

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Upcoming news from The Citadel – March 2019

Photo: Recognition Day celebration run 2018 Women’s History Month “CitListen” Session March 1 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Bond 295 Registration required, open to Citadel community and media Women’s History

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A message from the President

The President of The Citadel shares a message with the campus community about cadet company assignments.

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Three major events in one weekend highlight the spirit of The Citadel

The leadership symposium, Corps Day and Recognition Day come together in one momentous March weekend Every spring, three of the most important events at The Citadel all happen in the

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Zucker Family School of Education names Wall of Fame award winners

The 8th annual Wall of Fame Celebration will recognize some of the Lowcountry’s leading influencers in education The Zucker Family School of Education at The Citadel will honor the recipients of

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Upcoming News from The Citadel: Black History Month and other February 2019 events

The Citadel is proud to recognize Julie Lipovsky, Ph.D., as the 2019 recipient of the Black History Month Dr. Julie Lipovsky, The Citadel Intercollegiate Consortium’s MLK award. Lipovsky, a professor of psychology, served as The Citadel Assistant Provost for Diversity and as a co-chair of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Council for years.

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The first 100 days of the Walters administration

Take a look back at some of our favorite moments from the first 100 days of the Walters administration.

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Black American national security & foreign policy next generation leaders

Since 9/11, there has been a growing number of Black Americans making a difference in the national security sector. Citadel professor Dr. Fraser-Rahim is one of them.

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Can you pass The Citadel’s entrance exam from 1882?

In the fall of 1882, one hundred eighty-nine cadets reported to The Citadel for the first time in seventeen years. Before they were offered admission to the South Carolina Military

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From The Post and Courier: Citadel Carillonneur honors George H.W. Bush for National Day of Mourning

Citadel Carillonneur honored the late president, George H.W. Bush, and his lifetime of service to the country on the National Day of Mourning

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