Citadel cadets look back, to lead the way forward

Two servant leaders from The Citadel family — one current and one former cadet — are working to give back to the Charleston community.

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Commentary: Foreign adversaries, homegrown terrorist recruitment and black pain

“International and domestic terrorist organizations along with foreign state actors are eager to exploit our racial and societal rifts for their own benefit.”

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Words of encouragement from Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, a Citadel alumna minister

Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, CGC Class of 2004, became the first African American woman ordained in the South Carolina Wesleyan Church last fall.

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The cybersecurity effects of coronavirus

Lieutenant Derek Bernsen, a member of The Citadel Class of 2013, is a Naval officer with an expertise in cyberspace operations.

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Citadel alumnus narrates Memorial Day message from First United States Army

Lt. Gen. Thomas James Jr., ’85, narriates a video from the First United States Army to remember Memorial Day, by highlighting a World War II soldier.

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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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