The Citadel marks a century along the Ashley, still intertwined with Charleston

It is said that The Citadel could not exist anywhere else, and we are thankful to be an enduring thread in the fabric of a place unlike any other — Charleston, South Carolina.

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First Black superintendent in Berkeley County strives to bring district into the future

Deon Jackson graduated from the South Carolina Corps of Cadets in 1999 and from The Citadel Graduate College in both 2005 and 2013.

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The Citadel to Host 76ers for Training Camp

The Philadelphia 76ers will conduct one week of preseason training camp inside McAlister Field House from Sept. 27-Oct. 2.

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Medal of Honor recipients speak to incoming Citadel freshman

Medal of Honor recipients Walter “Joe” Marm and James McCloughan spoke to the future cadets about leadership.

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WalletHub asks Citadel professor about best credit cards for young adults

Paul Meeks is a professor of practice in the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business who also supervises the Student Managed Investment Fund.

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The Citadel holds connection to new Netflix movie starring Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen

A new movie features a World War II submarine which has been part of a monument on The Citadel campus for decades.

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Money magazine ranks Citadel #1 in SC, #78 nationally

The Citadel is ranked #1 in SC. When looking at the complete, national list, The Citadel comes in at #78, followed by Clemson at #162.

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Mount Pleasant native named The Citadel Corps of Cadets Regimental Commander

Mayor Will Haynie met with The Citadel’s newest Regimental Commander of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, Brandon Johnson, Friday to congratulate him and discuss the time-honored responsibility.

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Thad Miller: A cut above the rest

Having worked on campus for 51 years , Thad Miller is still cutting the hair of Citadel cadets — past, present and future — among his many other loyal clients.

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The Citadel faculty serving as expert resources on Ukraine and many trending issues

Photo: Dr. Jeffrey Rogg, a professor in the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies, during an interview with WCSC-TV on Wednesday, March 16. Faculty answers call to contribute from media,

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