The Citadel prepares to replace Capers Hall

The Citadel is planning to demolish Capers Hall, one of the most utilized academic buildings on campus, next year and replace it with a more modern facility.

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Crosswhite celebrates virtual graduation from The Citadel

For Jack Crosswhite, Citadel Class of 2020, the traditions of graduation go beyond getting a diploma and tossing a hat in the air.

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Student excellence day virtual conference

Each spring at The Citadel, top cadets and students share their engaged scholarship and experiences at the annual Student Excellence Day.

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The Citadel Space Star sets his sights on the moon

Randy Bresnik, ’89, currently serves in the astronaut office for exploration at Johnson Space Center, helping lead the Artemis 3 mission to the moon in 2024.

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The Citadel is staging poolees for observation due to COVID-19 before shipping to boot camp

The Citadel is temporarily staging incoming poolees headed for recruit training for 14 days for observation due to COVID-19.

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Too much screen time? Maybe not, depending on what your child is doing, says incoming Citadel dean of education

“A lot of the research kind of gets thrown out at this point,” said Evan Ortlieb, Ph.D., incoming dean of education at The Citadel.

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Upstate commercial lab, founded by Citadel alum, first in SC to test for COVID-19

Kevin Murdock, Class of 1992, founded Premier Medical Laboratory Services, the first private SC commercial testing facility to test for COVID-19.

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Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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‘Zoombombing’ phenomenon threatens SC educational spaces, events

Cory Nance, a cybersecurity and computer science professor at The Citadel, said that hackers are able to take control of Zoom meetings a few different ways.

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Service academies grapple with commissioning grads amid pandemic

The Citadel has its Army cadets take the oath of office together, going one-by-one to state their name, then repeating the rest of the oath in unison.

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