2022 Palmetto Medal Award recipients celebrated at The Citadel

Established by the Board of Visitors, the award is presented to those whose service to the college or state is particularly noteworthy.

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A message from the President

We do not walk alone in times of tragedy.  Every member of our Citadel family is precious.

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Andy Warlick, ’79, named 2022 Krause award recipient, addressing Corps of Cadets April 12

An alumnus, lauded for his dedication to The Citadel mission of developing principled leaders and for his integrity as an executive in the global textile industry, is again being honored by his alma mater.

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The Citadel to offer two full-ride scholarships to Ukrainian citizens affected by Russian invasion

The Citadel will offer two Ukrainian citizens who have been affected by the Russian invasion a scholarship covering full tuition and fees.

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“Remember, the journey does not stop here. In fact, it is just the beginning.”

Having completed the challenges of the fourth-class system, members of the Class of 2025 now begin a new phase of their journey through The Citadel’s four-year system of leadership development.

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Ready for Recognition: looking ahead to one of The Citadel’s most important weekends

On Friday, March 25, cadets will leave their battalions as knobs for the final time to begin the Gauntlet. The next day, they will march together to Marion Square and renew their cadet oath.

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From knob to nurse, Second Lt. Catherine Hill serves Charleston and America by living her dream

“All nurses lead whether at the bedside, in the community, or at hospitals. Catherine Hill is most certainly doing that.”

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Remembering Carmine Pecorelli, The Citadel Class of 1954

“Carmine was so important to everybody. He was everybody’s best friend.”

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Career fair brings employment opportunities to cadets and students

As The Citadel prepares cadets and students for success in the workforce, the Career Center gives them the tools needed to find the right job.

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The Citadel faculty serving as expert resources on Ukraine and many trending issues

Photo: Dr. Jeffrey Rogg, a professor in the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies, during an interview with WCSC-TV on Wednesday, March 16. Faculty answers call to contribute from media,

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