Campus Life In The News

Governor presents Order of the Palmetto award to Citadel President

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster presented the president of The Citadel with the state’s highest civilian honor Saturday.

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Citadel picks first woman to command entire student corps

A woman will become regimental commander of cadets at The Citadel in South Carolina for the first time in the military college’s 175-year history.

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Ga. Appeals Court Judge ‘Tripp’ Self Confirmed to Federal Bench

With an 85-11 vote, the Senate confirmed current Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Tilman “Tripp” Self III as the Middle District of Georgia’s federal judge.

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Larry Daniel Enjoys Being a Part of the Charleston Community in His Off Time

Larry Daniel, Dean of the Zucker Family School of Education at the Citadel, talks to us about what he does in his free time outside of the school.

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Pat Conroy at The Citadel Symposium

The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences is hosting a free public event to explore the life and legacy of celebrated American author Pat Conroy, entitled, “Pat Conroy at The Citadel Symposium.” The symposium takes place from 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at the college’s Holliday Alumni Center.

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Smart cities: Charleston, South Carolina

With its stately antebellum homes and cobblestone streets, Charleston, South Carolina, is steeped in history, but the town is far from preserved in amber.

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Citadel Graduating More Engineers

Mike Switzer interviews Ron Welch, dean of engineering at the Citadel in Charleston, SC.

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Citadel prof, author, to lecture at Fort Ligonier

Fort Ligonier will host author and Citadel professor David L. Preston for “The Military Education of George Washington in the Braddock Expedition.”

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New device measures blink reflex parameters to quickly and objectively identify concussion

MUSC and The Citadel researched the Blink Reflexometer to see if it could help fill the need for more objective measures of concussion severity.

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