Cadet from 1960s finally graduates 53 years after he began

“After leaving The Citadel, I never felt like my heart was anywhere else,” Barron said. That’s how he felt for nearly 50-plus years, until January 2017, when he discovered an online degree program at The Citadel and decided it was his time to go back.

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Citadel School of Engineering gives and receives awards for building better future

Citadel Professor Johnston Peeples, Ph.D., is honored for service and leadership while the School of Engineering recognizes industry leaders for their accomplishments.

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Girls who smash codes: free, NSA-funded camp at The Citadel now accepting applications

Middle and high school girls in the Charleston area are invited to apply for The Citadel’s National Security Agency (NSA) funded cyber security camp to be held on campus for five days in the summer.

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Celebrating some of the employees who help make The Citadel so mighty

The Citadel is proud to recognize Multimedia Services as the Team of the Year and Stanton Adams as the Employee of the Year for 2019.

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Reflecting on a life lived in the service of others: E. Fritz Hollings, Citadel Class of 1942

Former U.S. Senator and former South Carolina Governor, E. Fritz Hollings lived his life in the service of others; the kind of servant-leader The Citadel, through its mission to educate and develop principled leaders, strives to produce.

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Media advisory: E. Fritz Hollings funeral coverage guidelines for media

(Above) Former Vice President Joe Biden says goodbye to his longtime friend Fritz Hollings after delivering the eulogy at the funeral of the late former South Carolina Senator at Summerall Chapel

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Funeral services scheduled on campus for Cadet Keith Schemm Jr., Citadel Class of 2022

Our entire Citadel family is mourning the loss of Cadet Keith Schemm and Miss Elizabeth “Libby” Daniel, who died Sunday morning in a tragic car crash. The loss of two so young and full of promise is a heart-breaking wound for our small community.

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Laying a Korean War soldier to rest, decades after he went missing in action

1st Lt. Herman Falk’s name is written in two places on The Citadel campus: The Citadel War Memorial, as well as the plaque outside Summerall Chapel that honors Citadel cadets

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Pondering Plastic – Wildlife, Bans and Trash

Citadel professor John Weinstein, Ph.D. interviewed for a three-part series on plastic pollution in the ocean by South Carolina Public Radio

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A statement on the passing of Senator Fritz Hollings

As a cadet, soldier, governor, senator and citizen, Fritz Hollings cared deeply about those who were less fortunate. He focused on the importance of keeping our nation strong and secure.

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