Regimental Commander to the Corps – It’s time to dig in and stay disciplined

Wake up tomorrow and continue the climb because life goes on and you are more prepared and more blessed than the rest.

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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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A message from The Citadel President on COVID-19 related refunds

I wanted you to know to expect the remittance of funds, tailored to your financial arrangements with the college, by April 30.

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Filling the connection gap for athletes during COVID-19

Athletes who are practicing social distancing now have to turn to social media and technology to stay in touch with their friends and fellow athletes in quarantine.

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Krause Center honors Dr. John Palms, ’58, for distinguished leadership and service

The most prestigious award presented by the Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics is normally announced at the annual Principled Leadership Symposium.

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Citadel working to address both present and future medical mask shortages

In response to COVID-19, three Citadel professors are working on a new design for an N95 medical mask while also printing pre-approved masks for MUSC.

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Coping with COVID-19: assistance for cadets and students

Change and uncertainly are often accompanied by stress and anxiety. The new “abnormal requiring learning and sheltering at home, plus social distancing from our network of friends, can lead to

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