The Citadel is committed to promoting a better understanding of America’s history

“The enduring principles on which our country was founded offer a road map back to civil society and progress.”

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Commentary: Goldfinch’s power play hurt Citadel, all SC colleges

“As a Citadel graduate who served as a state senator from Charleston for 12 years and a member of the Citadel Board of Visitors for eight years, I find the whole situation extremely troubling.”

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Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 10th consecutive year

“Ten straight years of earning the #1 Top Public College in the South position is a singularly distinctive achievement that should be celebrated,” said Gen. Glenn M. Walters, president of The Citadel.

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The Citadel debuts new mascot, Gen. Mike D. Groshon

G3 was named in honor of Coach Mike D, of The Citadel class of 1976, who passed away in 2016 who also cared for many generations of mascots.

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That Citadel vs. Alabama tape grabbed South Florida coach Jeff Scott’s attention

The Citadel’s 10-10 halftime tie with No. 1-ranked Alabama in 2018 was on new South Florida coach Jeff Scott’s must-watch list for his players

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The Citadel ranks as best online college in the state

The Citadel is ranked number one for online colleges in South Carolina, coming in just ahead of Clemson University and the University of South Carolina

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Two Citadel cadets earn Women in Defense scholarships

The Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter is pleased to announce Cadets Lillian Layden and Catherine Guenther as the awardees of its 2020 STEM Scholarship.

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The Best Player Who Wears No. 16 Is The Citadel’s Brandon Rainey

Throughout the May-August months, HERO Sports is going to name the best returning FCS player by jersey number, 99-1, based on the 2019 season.

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Meet The Citadel’s new mascot, Gen. Mike D. Groshon, aka G3

The Times and Democrat covers one future superstar, the new mascot for The Citadel, Gen. Mike D. Groshon. His new friends call him G3 for short.

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The Lowcountry Graduate Center, co-founded by The Citadel, moves locations

The Lowcountry Graduate Center was founded by institutions including The Citadel, the College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina.

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