Former Charleston mayor’s new course designed to help a “fractured America”

Citadel professor and former Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., is teaching a new course for the spring semester called The Why and the How: The Making of the International African American Museum. Every class in the course is open to the public.

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New human simulation lab unveiled by Citadel’s Swain Department of Nursing

When learning how to treat patients, nursing cadets and students at The Citadel now have the ability to become proficient at inserting needles, checking vital signs, and even responding to heart attack or stroke symptoms before they begin to help treat live human patients.

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Breaking new ground for business learning and innovation at The Citadel

The state-of-the-art Bastin Hall is being constructed facing Hagood Ave. beginning in the early spring of 2018, with an anticipated completion time of about 18 months.

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Leadership Day symbolic of cadets’ year-round community service

The Citadel’s long-standing relationships with community partners such as the City of Charleston Recreation Department, the Charleston County School District, Habitat for Humanity and the Lowcountry Food Bank make it possible for cadets to learn the value of community service by volunteering on a regular basis.

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Their journeys to earn The Citadel Band of Gold

The Citadel ring, known as The Band of Gold, symbolizes more than just a cadet’s time spent as a member of The South Carolina Corps of Cadets, or the time

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The Citadel announces cadet leadership for the Class of 2018

Nine students in the South Carolina Corps of Cadets are now the new faces of leadership for the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Engineering professor invents potentially lifesaving military technology

A Citadel professor who spends much of his time teaching engineering on campus, spends the remainder of his time working with a team of researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Adelphi, Maryland. Gregory Mazzaro, Ph.D., is a faculty member in The Citadel’s Electrical Engineering Department.

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The Little Things: The Double Helix of The Citadel Experience

All biology majors know that two interconnected biopolymer strands coil around each other to form a double helix that makes up each deoxyribonucleic acid molecule. Embedded in that DNA molecule is the individual genetic code that makes us all unique individuals.

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The Citadel Space Star

Veteran NASA astronaut, Col. Randy Bresnik, USMC (Ret.), is one of The Citadel’s most visible principled leaders in the history of the college. The 1989 alumnus will serve as flight engineer July 28 on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS).

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