What Are Orangutans Thinking?

Citadel professor Audrey Parrish, Ph.D., featured in an article for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo Let’s play a game…for science! With a tap of the touch-screen computer, orangutans at the Smithsonian’s National

Read More

Traces of plastic found in Columbia’s drinking water and rivers; researchers not surprised

As seen in The State, by Sammy Fretwell Tiny plastic particles have been discovered in Columbia’s drinking water and some area rivers in what researchers say is the first study

Read More

Four new members serving on The Citadel Board of Visitors

The Citadel Board of Visitors (BOV) has four new members to assist in guiding and supervising the college. ol. A. Sean Alford, Ph.D., Maj. Gen. R. Van McCarty, SCNG, and Col. James E. Nicholson Jr. are now active members of the BOV. A fourth board member, Col. Robert E. Lyon Jr. will begin serving July 1.

Read More

First-of-its-kind scholarship at The Citadel pays off for both founder and recipient

Photo: Holly Irvine and Taryn Hall in Daniel Library Citadel alumna determined to increase the number of women cadets Women cadets make up about a tenth of the South Carolina

Read More

The ubiquitous SC coastal marsh grass is no longer called spartina

Photo: Spartina grass, courtesy of Danny Gustafson, Ph.D. As seen in The Post and Courier, by Bo Peterson The spartina grass that makes for miles and miles of beauty along the

Read More

Return From ISIS: American Women Want Out Of Extremism

Listen to Citadel professor Muhammad Fraser-Rahim on NPR’s “On Point” With Meghna Chakrabarti An American woman joined the Islamic State, went to Syria, married three ISIS fighters and called for attacks

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More