Remembering General William W. “Bill” Hartzog, USA (Ret.), Citadel Class of 1963

My philosophy was always to give as clear guidance as I possibly could and then to empower subordinates to run on the ragged edge of audacity and do what they

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Citadel Board of Visitors elects new chair, vice chair

The Citadel Board of Visitors elected Col. Myron C. Harrington Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, (Ret.), ’60, as Board chair.

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Citadel President announces future retirement of Commandant of Cadets

Since arriving in July 2014, Captain Paluso demonstrated the same professionalism, grit, energy, and determination as Commandant that made him a highly successful and decorated U.S. Navy SEAL officer.

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Passing the torch

In 2016, AnaMalae Tia walked onto campus at the Citadel in South Carolina with her sights set on an Army commission in 2020.

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Clear sailing ahead: water culture restored to The Citadel campus

Thanks to a generous donation, The Citadel is again taking advantage of the Ashley River, bordering tidal basin, Charleston Harbor and more.

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Charleston County’s staff attorney, a Citadel alumnus, picked to become federal judge by Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has picked Charleston County’s senior government attorney, Joe Dawson III, Class of 1991, to be a federal judge.

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Remembering Col. J. W. Bradin,’58: His life of service to America and his alma mater

On four occasions he was awarded America’s third highest military combat medal, the Silver Star, for gallantry in action.

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Commentary: Goldfinch’s power play hurt Citadel, all SC colleges

“As a Citadel graduate who served as a state senator from Charleston for 12 years and a member of the Citadel Board of Visitors for eight years, I find the whole situation extremely troubling.”

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