The nation’s newest Navy and Marine Corps officers

40 – 45 cadets from the Class of 2020 earning commissions into the Navy and Marine Corps will be recognized during a virtual ceremony on May 10.

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Celebrating The Citadel Class of 2020: Virtual Commencement Plus

On May 9, The Citadel Class of 2020 — more than 1,000 graduates total — will be celebrated during two virtual commencement ceremonies.

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An unbreakable band of gold: Legacy cadets come full circle

Attending the 177-year-old Military College of South Carolina is a family tradition that, for some, dates back generations.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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