The Citadel’s rifle and pistol range will be dedicated at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1 in honor of long-time pistol coach Joel Sexton.
“They’re bright. They’re articulate. They’re smart, and they care about this country,” Fox News’ Frank Luntz said of cadets. The cadets appeared on “Hannity and Colmes” Jan. 11. In the segment, cadets talk about what it is they are looking for in a presidential candidate. (Windows Media software is required to view this file.)
In 1995 when he was regimental commander, Kevin Jarrard was revered among his classmates. Now the Marine major who helped save the life of a two-year-old Iraqi girl has attracted international attention with his humanitarian effort.
Director of Athletics Les Robinson, the only person in NCAA history to serve as head basketball coach and director of athletics at three Division I institutions and who has been Citadel AD for the last seven years, has announced his retirement.
A memorial service for Brian Ruff, Class ’08, begins at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 28, in Summerall Chapel. All faculty, staff, and cadets are invited to attend.
Four finalists have been named for the position of dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Interviews will be conducted on campus over the next four weeks.
The Citadel’s cadet-student-athletes posted impressive stats in the classroom for the fall semester as the 14 teams and 250 athletes collectively earned an overall grade point average equivalent to that of the Corps of Cadets.
Dates for the major weekends during the 2008-2009 academic year have been tentatively scheduled.
Weather permitting, Friday military dress parades return this week. The traditions of United States military reviews and parades began at Valley Forge. At that time, brigades of soldiers were formed in order of battle. Modern day ceremonies are conducted to render honors, preserve tradition, and foster esprit de corps. The Jan. 18 parade begins at 3:45 p.m. Parade schedule.
The Daniel Library Friends spring books and lecture series begins Tuesday with a look at Franklin D. Roosevelt as commander in chief in World War II. Lectures are free and open to the public. Click here for a complete schedule.
Athletic standouts on the hard court, diamond and football field will return to The Citadel in February as part of Black History Month. "Beyond the Playing Field" will explore life after athletics and the achievements of accomplished athletes away from their field of play.
Last semester, 648 cadets and 26 active duty military students performed well enough academically to earn placement on the Dean's List and to receive Gold Stars. Gold Stars will be presented at the Friday dress parade on Feb. 1.
Cadets and graduate students return to campus this week for the spring semester. Graduate classes begin today and the Corps of Cadets will hit the books on Wednesday. The first military dress parade of the new year will be at 3:45 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18.
This semester, The Citadel will launch a revamped emergency notification system that will allow campus constituents to receive emergency communications via telephone and email. Students, faculty and staff should start now to update their contact information in PAWS and WISE. For more information click here.
The education today's cadets receive is more than simple academic instruction; it is a combination of four components - the Four Pillars - academic instruction, military training, physical readiness and character development. Training in these four distinct areas is what sets The Citadel cadet apart. Today we look at athletics.
The education today's cadets receive is more than simple academic instruction; it is a combination of four components - the Four Pillars - academic instruction, military training, physical readiness and character development. Training in these four distinct areas is what sets The Citadel cadet apart. Today we look at character.