Most distinguished cadets named to fall 2020 President’s List

The President’s List, awarded for academic and military excellence, is one of the most distinguished cadet awards presented by The Citadel.

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Editorial: Celebrate our success on Mars. Another giant leap may be near.

What they’re doing on site with the X-rays, UV and Raman spectroscopy, they can get that information directly uplinked.

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Citadel Physics Department makes virtual learning into a physical reality for high school students

The Physics Department offers a virtual, but still hands-on, “class” for high school students about physics and its practical applications.

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At the Citadel, a three-step approach to keeping college-age Eagle Scouts involved

These Eagle Scouts take trips together, host events for local packs and troops, and complete acts of service in the community.

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Commandant finalist presentations getting underway Feb. 22

The Citadel Commandant of Cadets is a vice presidential position that is responsible for the command, leadership development and oversight of the 2,300-member South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

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Army cadets learn leadership from one of The Citadel’s highest-ranking active duty officers

Maj. Gen. David Wilson, ’91, was — virtually — back on his old stomping grounds, teaching senior Army cadets about leadership.

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From the Corps to the Chapel: Meet Chaplain Aaron Meadows

The former cadet, and current Air Force reservist, will now serve his alma mater as the Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets.

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The Citadel to host Minority Contractor Info Session on Feb. 16 for Capers Hall replacement

We intend for at least 10% of the work on the new Capers Hall to be awarded to minority contractors,” said Shawn Edwards, chief diversity officer for The Citadel.

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The Nixon Precedent: Lawyer, author reviews book by Citadel Intelligence professor

Melissa Graves, Ph.D., arranged the Watergate panel held at The Citadel as part of the Intelligence and Cybersecurity conference in Feb 2020.

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Citadel professor finds not all plastic is equal in study on decomposition

Weinstein said there are only about 100 of these composters, begging the question of whether someone who chooses a PLA product as a green option would actually be able to dispose of it properly.

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