Meet Ashley Towers, incoming president of the Student Veteran Association

The Citadel Student Veterans Association is a student-governed organization that assists veteran students enrolled at the Military College of South Carolina

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The Right Path

Veteran day student Thomas Taylor planned to spend his career in the Army, but when he was injured on duty, he was forced to change his plans. And that’s when he started exploring the idea of pursuing a college education.

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Remembrance at The Citadel War Memorial led by Assoc. of the U.S. Army and Brig. Gen. Dickinson, USA (Ret.), Class of 1967

Despite the inability to host a traditional event, Memorial Day 2020 would not be disregarded by the Association of the U.S. Army and the Citadel Alumni Association.

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From service to The Citadel, these veteran graduates are good to go

Photo: Annette, a F-4C Phantom II jet, in front of Murray Barracks As the Military College of South Carolina, The Citadel is an obvious college choice, not only for cadets

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Citadel nursing alumni and students: servant leader heroes during pandemic

Photo above: Citadel Class of 2019 nursing alumna, Tamar Sternfeld, working in protective gear at MUSC in Charleston The Class of 2020 includes the Swain Department of Nursing’s second graduating

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Introducing The Citadel360: Feel like you’re on campus, even when you can’t be

Normally each spring, The Citadel campus is bustling with high school students enjoying cadet-led tours, information sessions with their parents or staying overnight in the barracks for a Pre-Knob cadet

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S.C. Democratic Primary brings noted guests; one candidate to campus

Democratic presidential contender, Pete Buttigieg, Dr. Jill Biden and CNN political analyst Bakari Sellers visit campus before S.C. Democratic Primary.

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Citadel announces Class of 2020 commencement speakers

The South Carolina Corps of Cadets Class of 2020 commencement will take place at 9 a.m., Saturday May 9, at McAlister Field House. About 500 cadet graduates and veteran day students will be addressed by this year’s commencement speaker, Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., USMC (Ret.).

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