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Citadel cadets are scheduled to return to campus today at 6 p.m. for knobs and 7:50 p.m. for upper class cadets.
This decision was made to ensure the safety of the college’s cadets, students, faculty and staff due to heavy rain and street flooding.
Suspect, Dylann Roof of Columbia, South Carolina arrested in Shelby, NC.
Authorities have identified the suspect in the Emanuel AME church shooting as 21-year-old Dylann Roof of Columbia, South Carolina.
Follow this link here to view photos of the possible suspect in the Emanuel AME church shooting.
THIS IS A DRILL The Citadel is conducting a training session. It is a mock security breach/campus lockdown drill. In the event of an actual emergency, campus gates would be locked.
Several systems are experiencing an outage and ITS is working to resolve the problem.
The Citadel will resume normal operations tomorrow, Wed. Feb. 25.
The Citadel will open at 10:00 AM tomorrow morning, 24 Feb 2015, due to anticipated inclement weather.
Winter is here, and while it does not happen frequently, we wanted to remind you about the process for weather related delays and closings impacting The Citadel campus.