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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“Just keep moving” to be healthy and fit at home

However we choose to do it, every person of any age who is not ill needs to just keep moving to be physically and mentally fit during this time of being cloistered in our home

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Top ROTC cadets recognized for their leadership and excellence

Despite a closed campus, more than 100 cadets are being recognized for their academic and military leadership and excellence during the academic year.

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COVID-19 Faculty & Staff

From HR: Suspected or Confirmed Case Protocol for Employees

These actions, provided by The Citadel Department of HR, are intended to protect the health and safety of campus occupants

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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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Citadel nursing alumni and students: servant leader heroes during pandemic

Photo above: Citadel Class of 2019 nursing alumna, Tamar Sternfeld, working in protective gear at MUSC in Charleston The Class of 2020 includes the Swain Department of Nursing’s second graduating

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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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