SC’s future military leaders were commissioned on Zoom, Facebook Live due to coronavirus

Soon-to-be-officers joined a Zoom meeting where they practiced the ceremony. Each name was called, cadets gave their salutes remotely.

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Citadel Graduate College honors top students from the Class of 2020 and faculty

Each year, The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) celebrates student excellence in areas of academics, leadership and service during the annual CGC Awards Ceremony. With campus closed, more than 20 deserving

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Mrs. Redmond: the angel of the Corps

She’s been through eight commandants and 35 regimental commanders. Two of her four sons are graduates. One grandson is a graduate, and in 2021, another grandson will graduate.

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The Citadel Tailor Shop steps up to help keep campus co-workers healthy

The Tailor Shop would normally be busy right now with uniform needs for commencement. But with cadets away, the staff made a new way to help their community.

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Employees find a new normal in the pandemic

The Citadel employs more than 1,000 people, plus contract employees like Iris Hamilton-Seabrook, who works for the company that provides custodial services.

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Missing the annual Doggy Day study break? Here’s a fun look at some cadets and their pets de-stressing at home

Normally, during finals, cadets can soothe their study jitters by playing with dogs brought to campus for the Daniel Library’s Doggy Day.

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Service academies grapple with commissioning grads amid pandemic

The Citadel has its Army cadets take the oath of office together, going one-by-one to state their name, then repeating the rest of the oath in unison.

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Vintage Citadel study snack: Congo Bars

Though the ingredients may not align with today’s nutrition guidelines, the chocolaty sweets were a welcome addition to meals in the mess “back in the day.”

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Top ROTC cadets recognized for their leadership and excellence

Despite a closed campus, more than 100 cadets are being recognized for their academic and military leadership and excellence during the academic year.

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3D printed masks at The Citadel help save lives

Dan Hawkins, Dr. James Bezjian, Dr. Sarah Imam have been hard at work 3D printing six medical masks a day, to be donated to MUSC.

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