Forgotten SC Tragedy Memorialized

As seen in The Charleston Chronicle, by Citadel Professor Damon Fordham, MA The citizens of Batesburg, SC attempted to right a 73 year old wrong on February 9 in their

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Cadets honored with distinguished MacArthur and Cincinnati awards

Photo: Cadets Sarah Zorn and Mitchell Felt at awards parade Two members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets are now proud recipients of prestigious awards. The highlight of February’s final

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The revival of The Citadel Gospel Choir

Photo: Citadel Gospel Choir performing at MLK Picture Awards By Cadet Rhaei Brown “It’s a family.” That’s what Regimental Executive Officer David Days says that The Citadel Gospel Choir means to

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Face of The Citadel, Kannapolis native featured in school’s promotional campaign

As seen in The Independent Tribune, by Kyle Ingram Kannapolis native Logan Miller’s face is greeting visitors in the Charleston airport in a giant banner for The Citadel, the military

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Citadel freshman cadets in jeopardy: The 2019 Citadel Math Jeopardy Contest

Clue: An annual event where cadets competed for vouchers to the school’s canteen and Chick-Fil-A. Answer: What is The Math Jeopardy Contest for Freshmen? After two rounds of math questions,

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Hundreds of students Storm The Citadel for 2019 STEM competition

Students from around the state are celebrating the result of their hard work after a successful showing at the ninth annual Storm The Citadel event. Hundreds of students, from K-12

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What the Green Book was really all about

The Green Book was an important part of the lives of thousands of American motorists for almost decade, as Citadel historian and African American studies expert Professor Damon Fordham explains.

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A message from the President

Citadel Family: From time to time current events present an opportunity to discuss issues important to our college. Recent public discourse about the Governor of Virginia responding to questions after

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The name of Army Ranger Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz added to The Citadel War Memorial

U.S. Army Ranger Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Andrew Celiz, who attended The Citadel as part of the class of 2008, is now listed on The Citadel War Memorial among the college’s 760 alumni killed in action while serving their country.

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