Citadel cadets put the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. into action

The MLK Day of Service is a national effort to use the holiday honoring the civil rights leader into a day of community service.

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Citadel cadet named top Naval ROTC cadet in the United States

Citadel Cadet Grayson Gasque, Class of 2022, was named Navy ROTC Student of the Year by Navy Federal Credit Union.

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Cadets getting wild in the Charleston County Public Library

This exhibition showcases artwork by fourteen cadets selected from Prof. Rick Sargent’s popular drawing and wildlife drawing classes. Cadets used charcoal or pen and ink on toned paper to draw a variety of animals from a bear to a butterfly.

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Citadel professor interviewed about the continuing supply chain saga

Supply Chain Management professor Hee Yoon Kwon, Ph.D., explains how the situation is more of a ‘supply web’ — or ‘network’ — problem.

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How fuel spills impact the Lowcountry’s health and environment

“Gigantic spills have catastrophic effects, smaller scale spills are less problematic,” says Citadel professor Dr. John Zardus.

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The Citadel’s Hayden Brown is guided by faith

The super senior from the Upstate has grown and developed his game and himself during his time here in the Lowcountry.

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Biden reportedly preparing to award Medal of Honor to SC Army Ranger killed in Afghanistan

Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz attended The Citadel from 2004 – 2006 before leaving the college in good standing to enlist in the Army.

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Leadership in fifty principles: a review of book written by The Citadel Commandant of Cadets

Gordon’s insight is to have produced a work that offers principles but also allows readers to drill down as much or as little as they want into a topic and documents where one can devote further study.

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