Cadets react after Mike Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State, speaks at Citadel

“It made me feel more prideful about the service that I will be doing for my country,” said Ruby Bolden of Pompeo’s speech.

Read More

Citadel’s Class of 1981 donates cadet pavilion on Ashley River

Citadel cadets will soon be able to boat to and from their college campus along the Ashley River again thanks to a local couple’s ambition.

Read More

FOCUS: Citadel military band to represent U.S. at Edinburgh Tattoo

The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes will represent the United States next year as the country’s designated military band at the at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland.

Read More

The search for the Battle of Brunanburh is over

It was the event that brought England into existence. For centuries the location of Brunanburh was lost, but now many think the search is over.

Read More

Soldiers are failing the Army’s new fitness test. Citadel cadets are figuring out why

A group of 20 randomly selected Citadel students on track for an Army commission were taken as part of a group to measure the success of the training program.

Read More

Citadel alumnus gave order to begin operation which led to ISIS leader’s death

As seen on WCSC – Live 5 News, by Nick Krueger The man who gave the order to start the operation which led to the death of Islamic State leader

Read More

Citadel 2003 alumna selected for new class of White House Fellows

Rita Avila, Citadel Class of 2003, is from Charleston, South Carolina, and is placed at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Read More

Honor, Service & Valor

Upon graduating from The Citadel, he was commissioned in the US Marine Corps, where he served two tours in Vietnam and earned a Silver Star for Valor.

Read More

The NBA’s China problem due to political control over markets

Citadel business professor, Richard Ebeling, gives an interview for WJIM’s Steve Gruber show about the disagreement between the NBA and China.

Read More