The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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Congress’s new faces include ex-astronaut, Citadel’s first female grad

Nancy Mace, Citadel Class of 2000, will represent South Carolina’s Lowcountry after beating freshman Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham.

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Spartan veteran, nurse breaks barriers

Adrienne Crosby and six of her peers made history in 2002 as the first class of African American women to graduate from The Citadel.

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Veteran; former Naval artist’s work for The Citadel part of his legacy

According to a tag on the back, it was given to donors who contributed up to a certain amount to the “Promoting the Advancement of Citadel Education.”

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Citadel cadets, students compete in elevator pitch contest

Eight teams of Citadel cadets and students are preparing to compete in the elevator pitch round of the Baker Business Bowl on Nov. 11.

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Terror attacks in France over Muhammad cartoons spark debate on secularism, Islamophobia

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in The Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security Studies is quoted in this article.

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The Citadel recruits an acting coach and a retired drill sergeant for Biloxi Blues

The Citadel’s fine arts program and the South of Broadway Theater Company produced the play, directed by a Citadel alum turned acting coach.

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A goal is a dream put into action

My journey to graduating from The Citadel began in August of 1996 when I joined the Corps of Cadets, and cross country and track teams.

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Citadel faculty, staff to participate in study of Charleston sunny day flood waters

Researchers from The Citadel are taking a closer look at threats hiding in flood waters and marshes across Charleston and surrounding areas.

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