Alumnus president flies mechanical engineering cadets to world-leading company, makes offers to three

Not long before the pandemic became a daily actuality, four seniors majoring in mechanical engineering enjoyed an experience they won’t likely forget.

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Employees find a new normal in the pandemic

The Citadel employs more than 1,000 people, plus contract employees like Iris Hamilton-Seabrook, who works for the company that provides custodial services.

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Missing the annual Doggy Day study break? Here’s a fun look at some cadets and their pets de-stressing at home

Normally, during finals, cadets can soothe their study jitters by playing with dogs brought to campus for the Daniel Library’s Doggy Day.

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Service academies grapple with commissioning grads amid pandemic

The Citadel has its Army cadets take the oath of office together, going one-by-one to state their name, then repeating the rest of the oath in unison.

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New Dean named for The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Brian Madison Jones of Johnson C. Smith University to lead SHHS, the largest academic unit of the five schools comprising the college.

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Vintage Citadel study snack: Congo Bars

Though the ingredients may not align with today’s nutrition guidelines, the chocolaty sweets were a welcome addition to meals in the mess “back in the day.”

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Citadel engineering student, Boeing employee, making devices to improve face mask comfort and fit

Marchant is using open source CAD files from the internet to produce the 3D print mask extenders and clips for medical personnel and front-line workers.

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Citadel alumnus, Charleston native promoted to major general

Major General David Wilson, a member of the Class of 1991, is the first African American graduate from The Citadel to become a two-star general.

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Public Higher Ed Partners to Produce Critical COVID-19 Medical Supplies

A project that began with The Citadel, MUSC and Coastal Carolina University to produce crucial medical equipment has grown into a statewide effort.

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