A look inside the new partnership between The Citadel and Beaufort County School District

For the first time, the ZFSOE is partnered with Beaufort County School District, offering teachers the opportunity become school counselors.

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Gov. McMaster presents ‘Order of the Palmetto’ to North Charleston Principal Henry Darby, CGC ’07 and ’10

Through the Zucker Family School of Education, Darby earned a M.Ed. in Secondary School Education in 2007 and an Ed.S. degree in 2010.

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Class of ’21 cadet studying in Canada through prestigious Fulbright Killam Fellowship

The Citadel Honors Program cadet is studying at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, during the spring semester through a Fulbright Canada Killam Scholarship.

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The Citadel unveils Bastin Hall, a new way to do business

Bastin Hall, with its fluid architectural design, high-tech classrooms and fresh approach to conveying the college’s iconic architecture is a learning complex that now reflects the exemplary quality of the business education The Citadel provides.

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The Citadel Minority Contractor Information Session, Feb. 16

“We intend for at least 10% of the work on the new Capers Hall to be awarded to minority contractors.”

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Capers Hall to be demolished this year

As seen on WCSC – Live 5 News, by Summer Huechtker The Citadel’s historic Capers Hall will soon be demolished and re-built. Officials say this will be the first time

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Citadel Intelligence and Security Studies veteran student awarded Rangel Graduate Fellowship for foreign service

Ashley Towers served America for eight years in the Army National Guard’s military police force. Now she will serve the nation again, this time in foreign service through the U.S.

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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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