Cadets show respect for veterans in Operation Enduring Honor

“The efforts of the cadets were an outward demonstration of honoring veterans who have served our country.”

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At the Citadel, a three-step approach to keeping college-age Eagle Scouts involved

These Eagle Scouts take trips together, host events for local packs and troops, and complete acts of service in the community.

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Parades, programs and presentations: Citadel finds new ways to celebrate MLK Day despite pandemic

On Monday and Tuesday, Citadel cadets, students, faculty and staff will find new and socially distant ways to celebrate King’s legacy.

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Citadel cadets look back, to lead the way forward

Two servant leaders from The Citadel family — one current and one former cadet — are working to give back to the Charleston community.

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Story Time with The Citadel: created for kids without classrooms

It’s a new, story-reading web resource for teachers and parents, and the children they are educating while schools are closed due to the pandemic.

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Krause Center honors Dr. John Palms, ’58, for distinguished leadership and service

The most prestigious award presented by the Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics is normally announced at the annual Principled Leadership Symposium.

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Cadet mentor, future nurse, builder of “Little Free Libraries” selected as Newman Civic Fellow

In recognition of his civic service, Crook was selected as a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow, after being nominated by The Citadel President, Gen. Glenn M. Walters

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Remarkable Women: Dr. Conway Saylor

This year, the child psychologist and researcher is celebrating 30 years as a professor at The Citadel. But her impact spans far beyond the classroom.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – March 2020

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including the Symposium on Southern Politics, Corps Day, Recognition Day and more.

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