Citadel Biology Department to Class of 2020: Congratulations!

The Citadel Biology Department put together a video message from faculty, staff and students to congratulate the Class of 2020.

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Remembering Ra’Shaud Graham, The Citadel Class of 2017

The Citadel family, and many people in Lake City, are mourning the passing of a young leader who impacted the lives of the many people he served.

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April 27 COVID Update

Early May, as outlined below, is the time for cadets from 1st, 4th, and 5th Battalions to retrieve their belongings; cadets will have two date options.

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Too much screen time? Maybe not, depending on what your child is doing, says incoming Citadel dean of education

“A lot of the research kind of gets thrown out at this point,” said Evan Ortlieb, Ph.D., incoming dean of education at The Citadel.

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Engineering cadets win $10,000 for ‘wall-climbing’ robot

Take a drone, a remote-controlled car, five senior mechanical engineering cadets — put them together — and what do you get?A $10-thousand-winning idea.

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Upstate commercial lab, founded by Citadel alum, first in SC to test for COVID-19

Kevin Murdock, Class of 1992, founded Premier Medical Laboratory Services, the first private SC commercial testing facility to test for COVID-19.

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Share your COVID-19 story to be included in historic records

The Citadel Archives is seeking stories and images from our students, faculty and staff for a permanent collection focusing on their COVID-19 experiences.

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Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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The Citadel Tailor Shop steps up to help keep campus co-workers healthy

The Tailor Shop would normally be busy right now with uniform needs for commencement. But with cadets away, the staff made a new way to help their community.

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‘Zoombombing’ phenomenon threatens SC educational spaces, events

Cory Nance, a cybersecurity and computer science professor at The Citadel, said that hackers are able to take control of Zoom meetings a few different ways.

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