Long Gray Line parade scheduled for May 7 to celebrate Class of 2021

Members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets Class of 2021, led by Cadet Col. Nick Piacentini, regimental commander, will enjoy this tradition at 3:45 p.m. on Friday, May 7, 2021.

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Learn how to do business with The Citadel during information sessions for minority; veteran contractors

We are inviting any minority and veteran contractors who want to learn how to do business with The Citadel and are interested in becoming certified contractors.

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Colleges look to open in fall amid valuable pandemic lessons

Photo above: The United States Marine Corps used The Citadel campus over the summer as a medical staging area to quarantine new recruits headed to Parris Island boot camp for

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Citadel nursing students, athletics trainers help vaccinate faculty and staff on campus

“Having the opportunity to administer the COVID-19 vaccine seems like a small role, however, it is truly an honor to be a part of the solution to this crisis gripping our nation.”

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Citadel alum calls in Chick-fil-A manager to help a drive-thru Covid-19 vaccination clinic

When a drive-thru COVID vaccine clinic left people waiting for hours, the town mayor called in a professional for help: a Chick-fil-A manager.

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Hicks: When things went wrong, these Charleston institutions did things right

Unlike some people, the Corps of Cadets (to use another military term) has “embraced the suck.” They know this isn’t an ideal situation, but they’re doing what has to be done to remain on campus.

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Pipes & Drums: Three presidents ponder the pandemic

Jim Dillahey,’01, leads the world’s largest piping and drumming organization, is an accomplished piper and a full-time teacher of piping at The Citadel.

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Behind the Scenes: 1989 grad talks planning at the CDC

It’s been a little over a year since the novel coronavirus first hit the radar of CDC employee Bill Howard, Class of 1989.

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