They met at The Citadel. 35 years later, a Fort Mill teacher gave his ‘brother’ a kidney

As seen in the Rock Hill Herald, by Tobie Nell Perkins Rob Settin needed a kidney. A sacrifice by a Citadel classmate who Settin hadn’t spoken to in 35 years

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Hicks: CAPT Geno Paluso made The Citadel, and the Corps of Cadets, better

“This place has to constantly change and get better. That’s what I wanted to do, giving back what I learned in 25 years with the Navy.”

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A Memorial Day message from the First United States Army, narrated by Citadel alumnus

Watch as First Army Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Thomas S. James Jr., Citadel Class of 1985, honors the memory of Cpl. Bryant J. Luxmore.

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Citadel professor recognized by ‘Marquis Who’s Who’

Citadel Physics professor Scott Yost, Ph.D., has been recognized for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics.

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Nai’Ryan Bookert’s journey to The Citadel: A group home, a new family and 8-man football

“I’m going to do what I have to do to play, to get on the field. And in the classroom, I’ll do what I have to do to get a degree.”

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American Ballet Theatre bus coming to Charleston

The buses roll into Charleston for a July 17 outdoor performance at The Citadel, which will be performed without an intermission.

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Three finalists for superintendent of Berkeley County School District include two Citadel graduates

The Zucker Family School of Education and Berkeley County School District have a longstanding relationship, which is set to enter a new era.

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Media reports on The Citadel’s COVID success

As the in-person commencement ceremonies approached, local media outlets reported on The Citadel’s success managing the COVID-19 crisis.

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National study to examine extreme summer heat in communities

Over at The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, Lt. Col. Scott Curtis monitors data from this outdoor weather station every day.

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Side effects of pipeline shutdown linger in Lowcountry

“It has grown into a larger disruption because of the panic buying behavior,” said Hee Yoon Kwon, a supply chain management professor at The Citadal.

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