Six people were inducted into The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame this past weekend. They are baseball's Phil Hartig and Britt Reames, basketball standouts Rick Swing and Tom Slawson, former Director of Athletics Walt Nadzak and longtime football videographer Carl Kilpatrick.
Monthly tests of the campus emergency warning sirens are part of the college’s BulldogAlert emergency notification system. A test of the siren system will be conducted on the first workday of each month.
Former CNN Washington correspondent Charles Bierbauer will discuss the media’s role and impact on the November elections when he visits campus on Thursday, Oct. 30. Bierbauer, the John C. West Lecture Series speaker, is now dean of the College of Mass Communications and Information Studies at the University of South Carolina.
Today's military dress parade is cancelled due to inclement weather. The next parade will be at 3:45 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31.
War journalist Joseph L. Galloway, co-author of the New York Times best seller “We Were Soldiers Once – and Young,” will visit The Citadel on Wednesday, Oct. 22 to talk about his new book “We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam.”
Four finalists have been named for the position of vice president for finance and business affairs at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
Clay Middleton, '03, will share his experiences working for a presidential candidate and a U.S. congressman when he visits campus Thursday as a guest of the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice.
The Citadel Fall Career Fair will provide current Citadel cadets and graduate students with the opportunity to meet employers and graduate school admissions representatives and discuss full-time jobs, internships, and graduate and professional school programs.
Leaders in the South Carolina Corps of Cadets were honored during Parents' Weekend events on Saturday as hundreds of family and friends of cadets flocked to campus.
The Citadel welcomes families this weekend for Parents’ Day 2008. Highlights of the weekend include the ring ceremony, a state of the college address to parents by Citadel President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, a military dress parade and a football game against Elon University.
The museum has unveiled a special exhibit honoring Maj. Gen. James A. Grimsley, Jr., 16th president of The Citadel and president emeritus. The exhibit is open to the public.
Sixty years ago, cadet Melvyn Sandler picked up his 1949 Citadel Class ring while the Korean War loomed on the horizon. Classmate James DeVane got his ring at the same time, but as a much older veteran student. This week, members of The Citadel Class of 2009 will get their rings — complete with melted bits of the coveted 10-karat gold bands each man earned long ago. Read more of the Charleston Post and Courier story by clicking here.
The Princeton Review has named The Citadel School of Business Administration among its best 296 business schools. The New York-based education services company profiles the school in the 2009 edition of its “Best Business Schools.”
Pat Caddell, one of America’s most knowledgeable and experienced interpreters of the public’s opinions, attitudes and changing values, will be the guest speaker for Thursday’s John C. West Lecture.
The Citadel on Tuesday will host the South Carolina Psychological Association’s 2008 Academic Day for undergraduate and graduate psychology majors and their faculty.
Artist John Duckworth of Johns Island, S.C., will visit The Citadel Oct. 7 to discuss the South Carolina Lowcountry through his art work, photography and filmmaking. "Scenes from the South" will be an examination of recent trends in southern art.
The U.S. Army’s 183rd Reconnaissance Aviation Company will hold its annual reunion and memorial service at The Citadel on Friday, Oct. 3. The visit will include a motorcade of 40 Rolling Thunder motorcyclists from across South Carolina.
Parents' Weekend - the biggest Citadel weekend of the year - is just around the corner. Festivities begins Oct. 10 and run through Oct. 12. Highlights of the weekened activities include the presentation of senior rings and the promotion of the freshmen from cadet recruits to cadet privates and their induction in the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.
Alumni from near and far will return to The Citadel in November to celebrate Homecoming. This year's theme is "Come Home to the new Johnson Hagood" in honor of the revitalized football stadium.