Citadel completes in-person fall semester

“We asked much of you, and you delivered in an environment unique in our 177-year history.”

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Bowling for business bucks: cadets and students prepare to compete for $10,000

Five teams will spend their winter furlough working on a business idea that could turn into their future career — and also a hefty check.

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Majority of South Carolina colleges going virtual after Thanksgiving break

They’re going to take their exams remotely, reducing that movement on public transportation and airlines and reducing that possibility of having COVID-19 come back to campus.

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Citadel ’02 alumna selected for American Red Cross board of directors in Illinois

Note: Ragan Freitag Pattison graduated from The Citadel in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She went on to earn a Juris Doctor, Law from Mississippi College

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Unbroken: Giving thanks for those working to restore the iconic stained-glass windows of Summerall Chapel

The hundreds of panels of stained-glass windows provide a distinctive aurora, surrounding visitors with kaleidoscopic artistry.

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A “General” review of the closed weekend

Cadets, who can’t leave campus before returning home for the long Thanksgiving/winter furlough, enjoyed some fun diversions for the on-campus weekend.

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Citadel buckling down with holiday furlough just around the corner

Cadets will not be granted leave before the furlough departure. They will, however, be able to enjoy food trucks, increased intramural activities and outdoor games.

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Veteran; former Naval artist’s work for The Citadel part of his legacy

According to a tag on the back, it was given to donors who contributed up to a certain amount to the “Promoting the Advancement of Citadel Education.”

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As seen on News2: Citadel cadets unveil Witting Tree to bring awareness to veteran suicide

“Loneliness and isolation that’s already a contributing factor to veteran suicide, I think is exacerbated given the current climate and the social distancing.”

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