Women’s History Month: Meet Cadet Ruby Bolden, Regimental Public Affairs NCO

Bolden will rise to the position of Regimental Public Affairs Officer for the 2020-21 academic year.

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Women’s History Month: Meet Cadet Hannah Jalbert, Company Commander, Oscar

Cadet Hannah Jalbert attends The Citadel as an Army scholarship student. She is majoring in Intelligence and Security Studies

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Introducing The Citadel360: Feel like you’re on campus, even when you can’t be

Normally each spring, The Citadel campus is bustling with high school students enjoying cadet-led tours, information sessions with their parents or staying overnight in the barracks for a Pre-Knob cadet

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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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From campus to computer, how The Citadel is supporting online academics

One of the considerable benefits of The Citadel experience, affirmed regularly by cadets, is the strategic development of time management skills.

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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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“The Fourth-Class System is no longer in effect.”

“The Fourth-Class System is no longer in effect.” On Friday, March 13, those words echoed off the walls of all five battalions on The Citadel’s campus.

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Cadets, both battalion commanders, honored with distinguished awards

February’s final parade featured the presentation of two distinguished awards, meant to recognize two cadets’ service to the Corps, The Citadel and more.

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