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Citadel football game relocation; Friday campus activities postponed

The Citadel continues monitoring Hurricane Irma in partnership with state and coastal county emergency operations officials, who are focused on preparations for a potential coastal evacuation and sheltering requirements, should either become necessary.

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Update on Hurricane Irma monitoring

We continue monitoring Hurricane Irma, in partnership with emergency operations officials.

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Closely monitoring Hurricane Irma

The college is operating under normal conditions. We are closely monitoring Hurricane Irma, in partnership with emergency operations officials, for any potential impacts to campus and necessary actions that may result.

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Normal conditions

As of Tuesday, Sept. 5, The Citadel is currently operating under normal conditions.

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Citadel kicks off its year-long 175th anniversary celebration this weekend

Saturday’s first Citadel football game will mark the kickoff of the school’s year-long┬ácelebration of its 175th year.

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Charleston-area hires and promotions

A list of recent Charleston-area hires and promotions, including graduates of The Citadel.

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Col. Tom Clark on Providing The Citadel’s Cadets with Opportunities for Ethical Development

Col. Tom Clark speaks on developing cadets and students to be more ethical once they join the workforce or service.

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Citadel awarded grants to lead community conversations on racial equity

The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has selected The Citadel to be one of 10 colleges in the United States to develop guidebooks for other colleges to support campus and community conversations on racial understanding and equity.

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Undergrad researchers yield change-making results while refining career paths

Undergraduate researchers are vigorously engaged in discovery and learning at The Citadel throughout the year.

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Citadel Graduate College professor, instructor assist in bridging counseling gaps in Belize

A husband and wife team of professors, Guy Ilagan, Ph.D., who teaches counselor education, and Jill Ilagan, PsyD., an adjunct instructor of psychology, recently returned from leading suicide prevention workshops in San Ignacio and Dangriga, Belize.

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