Oldest regimental commander at 102 to meet the youngest at homecoming

Just before this year’s Homecoming Review Parade, Smoak and Cadet Col. Sarah Zorn will meet to shake hands before the Corps

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Citadel ’64 alumnus on Forbes’ list of 10 exceptional entrepreneurs running for Congress

Rabin grew up in Charleston, South Carolina, and went to school at The Citadel and then served in the Army. He began his fashion career at Bloomingdale’s before designing menswear for Givenchy, Emilio Pucci, and Oscar de la Renta.

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Tuition rates for 2019-2020 released early to help cadets, families plan

The Citadel Board of Visitors released the 2019-2020 academic year tuition rates earlier than usual, and with an increase that is lower than the projected Higher Education Price Index rate.

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A Citadel Homecoming special: getting to know the Regimental Commander

Cadet Logan Miller, PAO, asked Cadet Col. Sarah Zorn, the regimental commander, a few questions about her personality, life, and leadership philosophies.

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Citadel’s Fraser-Rahim publishes “Enslaved and Freed African Muslims: Spiritual Wayfarers in the South and Lowcountry”

Fraser-Rahim is an expert on violent extremism issues with areas of specialty on transnational terrorist movements, counter-terrorism, Islamic intellectual history, Islam in America and contemporary theology in the Muslim world and African affairs.

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The Citadel Flying Club is back in the air for the first time in decades

On October 27, The Citadel Flying Club will fly over Johnson Hagood Stadium during the National Anthem before the football game.

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The Citadel Graduate College celebrates 50 years of educating leaders

The Citadel Graduate College is 33 percent larger than it was just a decade ago. There are approximately 1,200 veteran, evening undergraduate and graduate level students in The Citadel Graduate College with about 300 degrees conferred annually.

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The Citadel School of Engineering Dean earns national recognition

During his tenure as dean, The Citadel School of Engineering has grown more than 200 percent and has more than doubled its offerings. New programs developed in the past five years include Construction Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Project Management.

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Serving our corner of South Carolina on Leadership Day

As the morning mist was still rising from Summerall Field, more than 1,000 cadets waited to board buses heading to more than 40 locations across the South Carolina Lowcountry. Their

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