Soccer signs two special additions through Friends of Jaclyn Foundation

Milo and Annie are now official members of the women’s soccer program, able to attend practices, games, team dinners, and more.

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Thousands of flags placed at The Citadel in remembrance of 9/11

The Citadel is paying tribute to the victims of 9/11. Cadets placed more than 3,000 flags along the college’s Avenue of Remembrance.

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As We Remember 9/11, The Triple Threat is on the Rise

The eighteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in America is a good time to take stock of how far Americans and humanity as a whole have come from that horrific incident that killed almost 3,000 innocent people in the United States.

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Author Rick Atkinson to help The Citadel kick off a new online military history degree

The Citadel will host bestselling, Pulitzer Prize Winning author and historian Rick Atkinson on September 10 at 7 p.m. in the Holliday Alumni Center.

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Baker School of Business professor weighs in on possible recession

“How this is going to play out is very difficult to tell but it can be extremely disruptive,” said Richard Ebeling, professor of economics at The Citadel.

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How Much Damage Will Come from this Trade War?

Opinion piece written by Richard Ebeling, Ph.D., BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel.

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The Citadel comes out #1 in research about the “10 Best Value Colleges in South Carolina”

The top three Best Value Colleges in South Carolina on Smartasset’s 2019 edition are listed in this order: The Citadel, Clemson University and University of South Carolina.

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Double-Edged Role of Leaders, J. Goosby Smith of The Citadel

J. Goosby Smith, Associate Professor of Leadership at The Citadel, discusses the double-edged role leaders have and the duties that come with that.

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Family of Marine missing in the Sierras since February wants to resume search now that snow has melted

For five months Greg Kraft, his wife Roxanne and other family members have been waiting and hoping that Matthew’s body would be found.

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American football in Turkey? It’s a thing, a former Citadel standout learned

Jackson, a 2017 graduate of The Citadel, is back home in Mobile, Ala., after playing a season of professional American football in Turkey.

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