Tradition of cadets serving at gubernatorial inaugurations continues with Governor McMaster

As The Military College of South Carolina, members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets have served in many of the state’s gubernatorial inaugurations going back more than 100 years.

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Citadel cadets resurrect flying club to help address pilot shortage worldwide

After almost four decades of dormancy, The Citadel Flying Club is operational again with about 240 members.

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Staying fit in space: exploring exercise through project-based learning

An excerpt from Science Scope, January 2019, Volume 42 Science Scope is the National Science Teachers Association peer-reviewed journal for middle level and junior high school science teachers. The publication

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Citadel senior’s ‘say yes’ attitude leads to No. 2 national ranking among ROTC cadets

It’s the second year in a row a Citadel cadet has achieved a top 10 ranking on the prestigious list prepared annually by the U.S. Army Cadet Command.

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The Marines’ former second-in-command takes the reins at The Citadel

Retired Gen. Glenn Walters returned to his alma mater as its 20th president in the fall of 2018 and found The Citadel had changed for the better.

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U.S. Army aims for tougher fitness standards despite amount of overweight recruits

In a report released by The Citadel, the Army has seen an overall increase of overweight recruits who can’t pass entry-level physical fitness tests.

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Citadel STEM outreach prepares future employees for SC tech companies

The STEM Center of Excellence at The Citadel is preparing people of all ages for jobs that a growing number of businesses throughout the Lowcountry need to fill.

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Waterford celebrates 265th anniversary of Washington’s visit

Citadel historian David Preston has spent years researching and exploring how the British, French and Native American communities co-existed in the late 18th century.

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When one of the most powerful people in the world comes to campus

“So when you mention The Citadel, people immediately think ‘solid people, strong foundation, and commitment to country.’ Everything this institution is respected for you carry out of here, and I think that’s a great advantage whether in the military or in the intelligence community.” The honorable Dan Coats, DNI

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Black American national security & foreign policy next generation leaders

Since 9/11, there has been a growing number of Black Americans making a difference in the national security sector. Citadel professor Dr. Fraser-Rahim is one of them.

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