Citadel cadets get paid to speak up

Five cadet finalists spoke for five to seven minutes on any topic that is informational, persuasive or inspirational to compete for cash prizes.

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Honors Program freshmen conquer the gauntlet; reflect on knob year

The most difficult thing about making it through to Recognition Day is learning that everything at The Citadel is done a certain way for a reason.

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A new party gets started at The Citadel

Citadel College Democrats spent first year helping the community and campus, including participating in a tri-partisan debate with other cadets.

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Cadet Blog: Traveling through the history of Civil Rights

Photo: Citadel cadets outside the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated Dozens of Citadel cadets are spending the first part of their spring furlough visiting southern

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One of the first women with 3-star general Army rank visits The Citadel, speaks with cadets

Photo: Lt. Gen. McQuistion speaking to Citadel ROTC cadets “Women’s achievements have served not just the army, but the country” One of the first women to earn a 3-star general rank

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First-of-its-kind scholarship at The Citadel pays off for both founder and recipient

Photo: Holly Irvine and Taryn Hall in Daniel Library Citadel alumna determined to increase the number of women cadets Women cadets make up about a tenth of the South Carolina

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Cadets honored with distinguished MacArthur and Cincinnati awards

Photo: Cadets Sarah Zorn and Mitchell Felt at awards parade Two members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets are now proud recipients of prestigious awards. The highlight of February’s final

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The revival of The Citadel Gospel Choir

Photo: Citadel Gospel Choir performing at MLK Picture Awards By Cadet Rhaei Brown “It’s a family.” That’s what Regimental Executive Officer David Days says that The Citadel Gospel Choir means to

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Face of The Citadel, Kannapolis native featured in school’s promotional campaign

As seen in The Independent Tribune, by Kyle Ingram Kannapolis native Logan Miller’s face is greeting visitors in the Charleston airport in a giant banner for The Citadel, the military

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Citadel freshman cadets in jeopardy: The 2019 Citadel Math Jeopardy Contest

Clue: An annual event where cadets competed for vouchers to the school’s canteen and Chick-Fil-A. Answer: What is The Math Jeopardy Contest for Freshmen? After two rounds of math questions,

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