In case you missed it: Team Eubanks edges Team Rainey in ‘most fun’ Citadel spring game

Early in March, before the campus was closed due to COVID-19, The Citadel held its annual Blue-White spring football game on Summerall Field.

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A Marine General’s Next Battle: Grocery-Store Logistics

Lt. Gen. Larry Nicholson, a member of The Citadel Class of 1979, was recently one of the final candidates for president of The Citadel.

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Ben Carnell’s journey, from Citadel football to American soldier: ‘The last 100 yards’

Photo: Special Forces Capt. Ben Carnell, a former Citadel quarterback, was wounded a year ago while serving in Afghanistan (Courtesy: Grace Beahm Alford, The Post and Courier) As seen in

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The Citadel’s first African American barber recalls his journey at South Carolina’s military college

The first African American cadet graduated from The Citadel in 1970. One year later, the school hired its first black barber to groom cadets of color.

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Joint Base Charleston hosts Air Force, Army joint training exercise

The 628th Security Forces Squadron teamed up with Citadel Air Force and Army ROTC cadets for a joint training exercise.

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The Citadel mounts ‘Biloxi Blues’ in partnership with South of Broadway Theatre Company

It’s the first collaboration between the school and the North Charleston-based company, and is part of The Citadel’s effort to expand its fine arts program.

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Remarkable Women: Dr. Conway Saylor

This year, the child psychologist and researcher is celebrating 30 years as a professor at The Citadel. But her impact spans far beyond the classroom.

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Citadel cadets win 1st place in national fitness competition

A group of five Citadel cadets, four males and one female, competed against 36 other military colleges and schools from across the U.S.

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100 things to do in Charleston before you die: experience a Citadel dress parade

In the recently released (second edition) of 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die the college’s military review parades are listed at #76, just after “Worship the Churches of the Holy City, #75.

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