The Citadel’s Regimental Pipe Band helps bring Scotland to the Lowcountry

In just a few months, The Citadel Pipe Band will be performing in front of a national audience at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland.

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Citadel cadets qualify for national Ethics Bowl

After four 90-minute rounds, The Citadel’s Ethics Bowl team finished in 4th place, earning a spot at the national competition early next year.

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The many faces of the voice for the Corps

She’s a two-time Army Ranger Challenge competitor, she’s on track to become an officer in the U.S. Army after graduating, and she was also Miss Charleston.

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FOCUS: Citadel military band to represent U.S. at Edinburgh Tattoo

The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes will represent the United States next year as the country’s designated military band at the at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland.

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Soldiers are failing the Army’s new fitness test. Citadel cadets are figuring out why

A group of 20 randomly selected Citadel students on track for an Army commission were taken as part of a group to measure the success of the training program.

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Citadel to represent America in world’s most prestigious military music festival

The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes will proudly represent the United States as the country’s designated military band performing at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland in 2020.

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A day to demonstrate the servant leadership of Citadel cadets

Servant leadership through community service is integral to the college’s mission of developing cadets into principled leaders.

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Cadets in the community: leading the way and giving back

Leadership Day only happens once a year, but the impact of the help from hundreds of cadets during that one day is far-reaching.

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A Citadel Homecoming tradition: getting to know this year’s regimental commander

Public Affairs NCO, Ruby Bolden, interviews Regimental Commander, Benjamin Snyder, about his inspirations and values.

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