Jaguars undrafted free agent CB Dee Delaney leaning on discipline gained at the Citadel

Though the OTA schedule is rigorous, Dee Delaney said it’s nothing compared to what he experienced when he played at The Citadel.

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‘Pride of our campus’: At The Citadel, cadets and bulldogs living together

On the rare mornings that Citadel cadet Jennifer Pozzani slept through her alarm, her roommate in Law Barracks was quick to action.

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Finishing what he started

William Alexander Faulconer was inspired by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to serve his nation. He joined the Army and served 10 years before returning to college to finish his degree in business administration.

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Family affair – 3 Citadel brothers receive degree from father

The expression “keeping it in the family” is the most accurate way to describe the Tye family and their relationship with The Citadel.

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Larry Daniel on Preparing Literacy Specialists to Adapt to the Read to Succeed Bill

Larry Daniel talks about how the Read to Succeed Bill has changed the landscape of education in South Carolina.

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Data Science: An Inescapable Facet Of Smart Business

Data science, the process used to develop analytics from the big data to use for research and development, is an inescapable topic these days.

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The Citadel Fought the Admission of Women. Now a Female Cadet Will Lead the Corps.

When Sarah Zorn applied for admission to the Citadel four years ago, she had not heard the story of Shannon Faulkner.

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Chief of the Army Ordnance Corps promoted to the rank of brigadier general

The chief of the Army Ordnance Corps was promoted to the rank of brigadier general during a ceremony April 13 at Mark Clark Hall.

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Letter: Prison cellphones

A letter to the editor from Citadel professor Brian Norris regarding cellphone blocking technology in South Carolina.

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