Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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‘Zoombombing’ phenomenon threatens SC educational spaces, events

Cory Nance, a cybersecurity and computer science professor at The Citadel, said that hackers are able to take control of Zoom meetings a few different ways.

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Service academies grapple with commissioning grads amid pandemic

The Citadel has its Army cadets take the oath of office together, going one-by-one to state their name, then repeating the rest of the oath in unison.

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Citadel alumnus, Charleston native promoted to major general

Major General David Wilson, a member of the Class of 1991, is the first African American graduate from The Citadel to become a two-star general.

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Public Higher Ed Partners to Produce Critical COVID-19 Medical Supplies

A project that began with The Citadel, MUSC and Coastal Carolina University to produce crucial medical equipment has grown into a statewide effort.

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SC State Guard mobilized to set up field hospital in Charleston

MAJ David Preston, Ph.D., a Citadel History professor, is the Executive Officer of 3rd Battalion, 1st Civil Support Brigade in the S.C. State Guard.

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3D printed masks at The Citadel help save lives

Dan Hawkins, Dr. James Bezjian, Dr. Sarah Imam have been hard at work 3D printing six medical masks a day, to be donated to MUSC.

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Traditional Media is not Dead

Maria Aselage is a full-time marketing and communications professor at The Citadel, who owns HearSay Communications, a Charleston-based boutique company.

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SC cadet students build robot hands to teach American Sign Language

The goal is to build a pair of hands to communicate as a teaching aid and potentially as a human substitute when an ASL translator can’t be brought in.

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Editorial: Joe Riley helped city rebuild after Hugo: ‘This is different. We will be changed’

“You don’t go through something like this without alterations. But the human spirit is resilient, and there’s a special kindness in this community.”

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