From the Ashley River to the Thames, Citadel grad accepted into Oxford master’s program

Gilbert Fenters has been accepted into Oxford’s highly competitive Master of Science in Global Governance and Diplomacy, a nine-month program.

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Remembering Augustine “Augie” Miceli Sr., Class of 1956

Note: “Augie” Miceli played a huge role in sending cadets to The Citadel, serving the Citadel Volunteer Recruitment (CVR) program. Its mission, under the guidance of the Citadel Alumni Association

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Citadel’s chaplain stays busy during summer furlough

Chaplain Joe Molina recently became a member of the Charleston Mayor’s Clergy Advisory Council as well as a published author.

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Sarah Zorn, Class of 2019, speaks at national JLAB competition

Lt. Sarah Zorn, the first woman to serve as regimental commander at The Citadel, spoke to cadets and shared some inspirational moments from her past..

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Citadel alumnus Keller Kissam leads Dominion Energy’s $2.5 million donation presentation for International African American Museum

Standing before the sparkling backdrop of Charleston Harbor, the former regimental commander of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets hosted the event that featured the presentation of a $2.5 million pledge of support for the museum from Dominion Energy.

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Notes from the Amazon

For four weeks, seven cadets and students from The Citadel shared the learning adventure of their lifetimes. It included traveling on the Amazon River by boat, working with indigenous people in the jungle and observing the complex ecosystem supporting the diverse animals and reptiles in the Peruvian rainforest.

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Future leaders learn to promote peace in hands-on event held on Citadel campus

The World Peace Game educates children and teachers on the work of peace, and shows that it is an attainable goal to strive for.

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Lifetime Achievement: David Aughtry

David Aughtry of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry discovered something about himself after graduating from The Citadel, picking up degrees in law and accounting at the University of South Carolina and earning an LLM in taxation at Emory: “I was born to try tax cases.”

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Citadel students spend summer learning from world-renowned expert in nation’s capital

The Citadel in DC program is giving the next generation of principled leaders a chance to learn directly from today’s decision makers.

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Tuition increase for in-state cadets to be lower than originally projected

Tuition for in-state cadets during the 2019-2020 school year will increase by 0.8%, rather than the projected 2.5% increase announced last November.

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