Citadel begins demolishing historic Capers Hall and will construct a new academic building

Photo above: Demolition begins on The Citadel’s Capers Hall on June 8, 2021. Lauren Petracca/Staff As seen in The Post and Courier, by Thomas Novelly The Citadel started demolishing its

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Cadet Samuel De Los Santos recognized as this year’s best-drilled cadet

De Los Santos, a Psychology major from Irmo, SC went up against 36 other cadets during The Citadel’s Star of the West competition.

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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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Positives of the Pandemic: Resiliency in Relationships

“We are actively seeking out communication in a way that we’ve never done before,” said Chip Taylor, Head of Psychology at The Citadel.

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All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team announced

Dr. Chip Taylor and Henry Bouton are The Citadel’s newest All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team members.

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Growing Acceptance of Mental Health Issues Generates Higher Demand in Clinical Counseling

With more acceptance of and interest in mental health, it’s no surprise that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 22% increase in the mental health workforce between now and 2030. Earn your Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from The Citadel.

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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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Remembering Prof. Dan Bellack

The life of Dan Bellack, Ph.D., a visiting professor with The Citadel Graduate College for 20 years, will be celebrated at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 24 at Trident Technical College.

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Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. Students earn nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual and intelligence course.

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