Citadel campus community to begin reconstitution for second semester

The college asks for cooperation as it limits access to campus to those on official, confirmed business from Jan. 13 – 29.

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Citadel Intelligence and Security Studies veteran student awarded Rangel Graduate Fellowship for foreign service

Ashley Towers served America for eight years in the Army National Guard’s military police force. Now she will serve the nation again, this time in foreign service through the U.S.

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Atlanta attorney and humanitarian pledges $20 million to The Citadel

Class of 1959 alumnus, William Baer Endictor, announces legacy gift to support college’s academic endowment He may be retired, but Atlanta attorney William Baer Endictor, The Citadel Class of 1959,

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Renowned Citadel health scientist leading new military sector for National Physical Activity Plan

CPR3 director, Dan Bornstein, Ph.D., continues work to improve fitness for national security The Citadel offers one of the only graduate degrees in America designed to meet the growing demand

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Veteran; former Naval artist’s work for The Citadel part of his legacy

According to a tag on the back, it was given to donors who contributed up to a certain amount to the “Promoting the Advancement of Citadel Education.”

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Quest for next Commandant of Cadets now underway

The Citadel President initiated the search to identify the next Commandant of Cadets, a role that is crucial to the success of the Military College of South Carolina.

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Remembering Col. J. W. Bradin,’58: His life of service to America and his alma mater

On four occasions he was awarded America’s third highest military combat medal, the Silver Star, for gallantry in action.

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