Army cadets learn leadership from one of The Citadel’s highest-ranking active duty officers

Maj. Gen. David Wilson, ’91, was — virtually — back on his old stomping grounds, teaching senior Army cadets about leadership.

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Hicks: When things went wrong, these Charleston institutions did things right

Unlike some people, the Corps of Cadets (to use another military term) has “embraced the suck.” They know this isn’t an ideal situation, but they’re doing what has to be done to remain on campus.

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Behind the Scenes: 1989 grad talks planning at the CDC

It’s been a little over a year since the novel coronavirus first hit the radar of CDC employee Bill Howard, Class of 1989.

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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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Faculty and Staff Virtual Town Hall Jan. 6

Citadel leadership to provide updates for faculty and staff on spring semester.

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Citadel completes in-person fall semester

“We asked much of you, and you delivered in an environment unique in our 177-year history.”

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Citadel laundry team helping care for homeless with clean linens on cold nights

“I think they are very proud to be able to do this kind of work to help our neighbors in the Charleston community.”

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Majority of South Carolina colleges going virtual after Thanksgiving break

They’re going to take their exams remotely, reducing that movement on public transportation and airlines and reducing that possibility of having COVID-19 come back to campus.

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The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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Citadel buckling down with holiday furlough just around the corner

Cadets will not be granted leave before the furlough departure. They will, however, be able to enjoy food trucks, increased intramural activities and outdoor games.

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