American Ballet Theatre bus coming to Charleston

The buses roll into Charleston for a July 17 outdoor performance at The Citadel, which will be performed without an intermission.

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Three finalists for superintendent of Berkeley County School District include two Citadel graduates

The Zucker Family School of Education and Berkeley County School District have a longstanding relationship, which is set to enter a new era.

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An update on masks on The Citadel campus

Recent guidance changes from the CDC and South Carolina DHEC allow us new flexibility in mask use based on individual vaccine status.

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Media reports on The Citadel’s COVID success

As the in-person commencement ceremonies approached, local media outlets reported on The Citadel’s success managing the COVID-19 crisis.

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National study to examine extreme summer heat in communities

Over at The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, Lt. Col. Scott Curtis monitors data from this outdoor weather station every day.

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Side effects of pipeline shutdown linger in Lowcountry

“It has grown into a larger disruption because of the panic buying behavior,” said Hee Yoon Kwon, a supply chain management professor at The Citadal.

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Rick and Mary Lee Bastin honored in ribbon-cutting ceremony

Bastin Hall, a state-of-the-art academic facility, was made possible because of a $6-million gift from the couple.

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Citadel initiatives to focus on campus and community diversity

“The push for diversifying The Citadel experience begins even before cadet and students walk in the door.”

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Introducing the Class of 2022 Summerall Guards

The Citadel announces the 61 rising-senior cadets who are now officially members of the elite military drill troupe.

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