Community Knows No Distance

As a freshman, Matthew Hammond joined his Kilo Company classmates working with Metanoia, a nonprofit organization that focuses on holistic community development. Three years after becoming involved with the Metanoia project, Hammond is one of the co-leaders of the Kilo Company service project, and develops lesson plans, coordinates cadet schedules and actively volunteers.

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Citadel adds transfer running back with 2,000 career yards to recruiting class

Citadel football expects to sign most of its 2019 recruiting class during the early signing period that starts Wednesday, and the class should come with an added bonus — a transfer running back with more than 2,000 career rushing yards to his credit.

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Cadets on a mission: Rwanda

The four cadets funded the mission trip themselves through their personal savings, their families and friends, and with assistance from The Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics at The Citadel.

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The Citadel in Cyprus – being thankful for new cultural experiences

Citadel Cadets studying abroad in Cyprus, Greece are engrossed in learning about the Cypriot culture that surrounds them.

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South Carolina Corps of Cadets’ regimental commander in Scholastic magazine

When almost 800,000 middle school students around the nation open the November issue of Junior Scholastic magazine, they’ll be learning about global issues, science and history. They’ll also be learning about the first woman to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

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First Citadel female regimental commander makes fellow cadets her priority

Sarah Zorn’s goal never was to be the first female regimental commander at The Citadel in Charleston. Her goal always was to put her fellow cadets first.

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Cadets, kids and neighbors lead community initiative to save Gadsden Creek watershed.

The Gadsden Creek watershed, located in an urban area near The Citadel campus, is one of the Charleston peninsula’s last remaining tidal creek systems.

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The Weight of Gold

During Hurricane Florence, Chad DeKold gave up his leave to help manage a shelter in North Charleston for people whose homes were threatened.

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Area students get chance at scholarships at college fair

The fair is designed to help Birmingham students who may not have access to colleges and universities.

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Tuition rates for 2019-2020 released early to help cadets, families plan

The Citadel Board of Visitors released the 2019-2020 academic year tuition rates earlier than usual, and with an increase that is lower than the projected Higher Education Price Index rate.

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