Students develop compounds in the search for a new pain relief drug

Citadel students are creating and studying compounds that could be used to produce a new pain relief drug or could contain new biological activities.

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The Citadel draws record-setting freshman class

The Citadel continued its record of strong enrollment, welcoming one of its largest classes on Saturday, Aug. 11.

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The Hardest Moments

When Catherine Hill learned that her father’s alma mater offered nursing, she committed to an education that challenged her beyond anything she expected.

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Military Youth of the Year recipient joins Citadel Class of 2022

When Errett Bainum decided to attend The Citadel to pursue a military education and a career in the Air Force, those who knew him were not surprised.

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Massey’s Victory

As a sophomore football player he was sidelined and at a crossroads when he realized that he could still win.

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Undergraduate research: refuting scientific dogma to prove a cellular discovery

A living cell has thousands of internal parts. The movement of those parts is at the center of a research effort led by a Citadel biology professor.

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The Citadel Volunteers at EPIC Summer Camp

Volunteers from The Citadel visited K-3 students attending PCG-UI’s EPIC Summer Camp to read to more than 130 campers and donate books.

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‘Pride of our campus’: At The Citadel, cadets and bulldogs living together

On the rare mornings that Citadel cadet Jennifer Pozzani slept through her alarm, her roommate in Law Barracks was quick to action.

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Family affair – 3 Citadel brothers receive degree from father

The expression “keeping it in the family” is the most accurate way to describe the Tye family and their relationship with The Citadel.

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6 ways The Citadel helps lead the education of K-12 students

The Citadel works year-round to positively impact classrooms and shape effective educators for the state of South Carolina and the nation.

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