A day to demonstrate the servant leadership of Citadel cadets

Servant leadership through community service is integral to the college’s mission of developing cadets into principled leaders.

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Cadets in the community: leading the way and giving back

Leadership Day only happens once a year, but the impact of the help from hundreds of cadets during that one day is far-reaching.

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A Citadel Homecoming tradition: getting to know this year’s regimental commander

Public Affairs NCO, Ruby Bolden, interviews Regimental Commander, Benjamin Snyder, about his inspirations and values.

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Leadership and Service

Jim Grimsley is a graduate of The Citadel, a member of the Class of 1968, who has lived in Beaufort for the last 43 years.

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Upcoming news from The Citadel – November and December 2019

Some of the events happening on or around The Citadel’s campus, including an educational forum, three STEM competitions and Christmas Candlelight Service.

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Business Leaders Can Pursue Profits And Maintain A Strong Value System

What is the purpose of business? The proposed answer was to create value. Yet, in a room full of academics, there is never a simple answer.

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A day to demonstrate the servant leadership of Citadel cadets

Leadership Day, on Oct. 23, 2019, is held every year and is just one example of the many ways cadets serve their communities.

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Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz includes Citadel’s first woman Regimental Commander in change makers exhibit

The woman who has taken some of the most iconic photos in the world selected the first woman to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets as one of her

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Melbourne graduate passes rigorous Recognition Day at The Citadel

A history major, Cadet Daninger said he plans to pursue a military career in the U.S. Air Force after graduating from The Citadel.

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Operation: Remembering General

The South Carolina Corps of Cadets will pay tribute to General Robert P. Carson, also called General or G2, at the Homecoming game against Mercer.

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