The Blaze: This mom of 6 went to night school for years, got her master’s, then fulfilled her dream of becoming a cop

Jennifer Petrone says her lifelong dream was to become a police officer, even if it seemed out of reach for a long time. However, after years of hard work and late nights, the low-country South Carolina mother of six has made that dream a reality, through The Citadel Graduate College.

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AAC&U visits The Citadel while on the road

AAC&U’s Tia Brown McNair conducted a site visit at the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center at The Citadel.

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‘A patriot’: Father praises Marine killed in training accident in California

With heavy hearts, The Citadel family mourns the passing of U.S. Marine 1st Lt. Conor McDowell, ’17, who was killed during a tragic training accident late last week. 1st Lt.

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Citadel graduates its 1st female regimental commander

For the first time in the Citadel’s 176-year history, the formerly all-male military college in South Carolina will graduate a female regimental commander.

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21 down, 9,979 to go: The Citadel graduates its first class of nursing students

As seen in The Post & Courier, by Jerrell Floyd By 2030, a major nursing shortage has been predicted for South Carolina — the fourth worst in the country. So

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SC women rank high in many areas at The Citadel

(Above) Cadet Hunter Crawley, The Citadel Class of 2019, first woman Drum Major for The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes As seen in The Greenville News, by Angelia Davis Sarah

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Military, civilians band together for domestic threat response training

Photo: Citadel cadets gather together during a joint training exercise with Charleston County S.W.A.T. and 628th Security Forces Squadron April 12, 2019, on Naval Weapons Station-Charleston (Courtesy: Joint Base Charleston) As

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Charleston mayor and police chief will hold anti-discrimination talk at mosque with faith leaders on Wednesday

The Citadel’s Assistant Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, J. Goosby Smith, will give the keynote speech at a dialogue about anti-discrimination.

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Cadet from 1960s finally graduates 53 years after he began

“After leaving The Citadel, I never felt like my heart was anywhere else,” Barron said. That’s how he felt for nearly 50-plus years, until January 2017, when he discovered an online degree program at The Citadel and decided it was his time to go back.

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Media advisory: E. Fritz Hollings funeral coverage guidelines for media

(Above) Former Vice President Joe Biden says goodbye to his longtime friend Fritz Hollings after delivering the eulogy at the funeral of the late former South Carolina Senator at Summerall Chapel

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