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At The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, we prepare principled leaders to be successful in whatever endeavor they choose.
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Adjusting to life at The Citadel was challenging, but his life-long commitment to honor his father’s legacy motivated Marcus to seek out new opportunities and do everything to the best of his ability.
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The Citadel 15h
Hurricanes, refugee asylum, food shortages and the threat of war—it’s the kind of things you hear about on national news. But during the last week in June, Lowcountry students are learning how to achieve world peace while responding to those challenges.
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The Citadel Jun 24
Some views never get old. 😎
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The Citadel Jun 24
Dr. Gregory Mazzaro, a professor of electrical engineering, is spending the summer working on an ongoing project with the Army Research Lab to develop a unique, “nonlinear” radar designed to find hidden objects.
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The Citadel Jun 20
For the fourth year, The Citadel in DC program is giving 14 cadets and students the chance to earn academic credit and real-world experience—made possible by the college’s strong ties with Washington, DC, as well as the large alumni network there.
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The Citadel Jun 19
During their most recent meeting, The Citadel Board of Visitors decided on a tuition increase of 0.8% for in-state cadets during the 2019-2020 academic year, rather than the projected 2.5% increase announced last November.
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The Citadel Jun 18
94.29% of our alumni are employed 10 years after graduation, making The Citadel the best college in South Carolina for getting a job. 😎
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Moultrie News Jun 17
The Citadel's new nursing program's accreditation enables prospective cadets and cadet nursing majors to apply for nursing ROTC scholarships. Veteran students can also use their GI Bill funds to pay for their nursing tuition at The Citadel.
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The Citadel Jun 17
Last week, The Citadel family celebrated the retirement of Brig. Gen. Mark Bebensee after 42 years of service to the college. Happy retirement, sir!
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The Citadel Jun 17
Lawrence Sullivan, is a geography professor, an instructor with the Department of History, and a biofuels, biomass and petroleum consultant and expert. Beginning July 1, he will also serve as member of the South Carolina Commission on Consumer Affairs.
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The Post and Courier Jun 14
“We’ll all be watching to see if they can pull it off." How produced 25% of the College World Series’ coaches:
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The Citadel Jun 13
The Swain Department of Nursing has earned national accreditation from The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, enabling cadets to apply for Nursing ROTC scholarships and Veteran students to use GI Bill benefits to cover tuition.
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The Citadel Jun 12
WEATHER ALERT: The Citadel is cancelling evening classes tonight, June 12, due to hazardous weather and street flooding. Normal operations are expected to resume tomorrow.
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The Citadel Baseball Jun 10
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The Citadel Jun 12
Thousands of students passed through Lesesne Gate over the past 42 years. Many of them have gone on to lead armies, governments, corporations, and their communities—and many were shaped by Dr. Mark Bebensee, the man some call the “saint” of The Citadel.
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The Citadel Jun 12
Army Staff Sgt. Michael Moody, '15, joined more than 1,300 U.S. service members partnered with 950 troops from Canada and Europe to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings last week in France.
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The Citadel Jun 11
Cadet Carleton Bailiff is spending his summer studying abroad in Iquitos, Peru—the world’s largest city that cannot be reached by road.
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The Citadel Jun 7
In a re-purposed shipping container that sits on the far side of campus by the Ashley River, cadets use tools you could probably find in your garage to develop sustainable solutions to improve the quality of life to those in need.
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The Citadel Jun 6
Five Citadel engineering students and their professor are competing with their self-driving vehicle, Bender, at the 27th Annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition at Oakland University.
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The Citadel Jun 6
The names of 281 alumni are engraved in the marble of The Citadel War Memorial, honored for their sacrifices after being killed in action during WWII. Of those men, two were killed 75 years ago today during D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.
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