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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The Citadel’s oldest alumnus to be remembered fondly

The Citadel is remembering one of its longest-living alumni, a member of the Class of 1938, who dedicated his life to his family and country.

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Remembrance at The Citadel War Memorial led by Assoc. of the U.S. Army and Brig. Gen. Dickinson, USA (Ret.), Class of 1967

Despite the inability to host a traditional event, Memorial Day 2020 would not be disregarded by the Association of the U.S. Army and the Citadel Alumni Association.

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SC’s future military leaders were commissioned on Zoom, Facebook Live due to coronavirus

Soon-to-be-officers joined a Zoom meeting where they practiced the ceremony. Each name was called, cadets gave their salutes remotely.

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Recognizing award-winning members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets

As each spring semester closes, The Citadel recognizes some of the outstanding cadets and active duty students at the college through a series of awards.

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May 12 COVID Update

It is our aim to begin 2020 Fall Semester on time in August, and in-person, with the the health and safety of everyone remaining a first priority.

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Swain School servant leaders dedicating futures to caring for others

During a major pandemic, men and women of The Citadel are moving ahead to dedicate their lives to caring for others through careers in healthcare.

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Student excellence day virtual conference

Each spring at The Citadel, top cadets and students share their engaged scholarship and experiences at the annual Student Excellence Day.

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Members of the Class of 2020 get down to serious business

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business educates and develops innovative leaders of principle to serve both their global and local communities.

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Celebrating cadets and active duty students becoming officers in the U.S. Armed Forces

Approximately a third of the South Carolina Class of 2020 earn commissions to become military officers upon graduating which will be close to 200.

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