Members of the Class of 2020 get down to serious business

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business educates and develops innovative leaders of principle to serve both their global and local communities.

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Remembering Mr. Harry Huge and Dr. James Martin Hayes Jr.

The Citadel is remembering, and posthumously honoring, two dedicated servant leaders who were to receive honorary degrees as part of the 2020 commencements.

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A new decade of Citadel graduates keeps it in the family

Regardless of the type of degree Citadel cadets and students pursue, they’re all a member of one family — The Citadel family.

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Celebrating cadets and active duty students becoming officers in the U.S. Armed Forces

Approximately a third of the South Carolina Class of 2020 earn commissions to become military officers upon graduating which will be close to 200.

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The nation’s newest Navy and Marine Corps officers

40 – 45 cadets from the Class of 2020 earning commissions into the Navy and Marine Corps will be recognized during a virtual ceremony on May 10.

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Celebrating The Citadel Class of 2020: Virtual Commencement Plus

On May 9, The Citadel Class of 2020 — more than 1,000 graduates total — will be celebrated during two virtual commencement ceremonies.

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An unbreakable band of gold: Legacy cadets come full circle

Attending the 177-year-old Military College of South Carolina is a family tradition that, for some, dates back generations.

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Citadel Biology Department to Class of 2020: Congratulations!

The Citadel Biology Department put together a video message from faculty, staff and students to congratulate the Class of 2020.

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Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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Alumnus president flies mechanical engineering cadets to world-leading company, makes offers to three

Not long before the pandemic became a daily actuality, four seniors majoring in mechanical engineering enjoyed an experience they won’t likely forget.

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