The Citadel will conduct its monthly test of its emergency communications sirens at approximately noon on Monday, Sept. 1, 2008.
The grounds of Johnson Hagood Stadium are now guarded by a tenacious new presence on campus: The Citadel Bulldog Monument! Made of bronze and in the likeness of live mascot Boo V, the monument will greet football fans for the first time this weekend.
Parents from near and far will travel to Charleston and The Citadel Oct. 10-12 for Parents' Weekend 2008. The annual weekend in honor of all Citadel parents will feature a military dress parade, Saturday afternoon football, the presentation of senior rings and the Class of 2012 promotion to cadet privates.
Leaders in academics and military life, 33 new members have joined the ranks of The Citadel’s faculty. The group includes adjuncts and ROTC instructors.
The Citadel continues to be among the top 10 colleges and universities in the South that offers value and a quality educational program to its students based on the 2009 U.S.News & World Report rankings.
The Citadel's Tau Iota Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, has been named Honor Chapter for the 16th time.
In separate addresses to the fourth class this week Commandant of Cadets Col. Greg Stone and President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa shared their different educational and military backgrounds but echoed each other with encouraging words midway through the rigors of military training.
With 711 reporting, the Class of 2012 is the largest freshman class to report to The Citadel in 32 years. For a complete look at this year's freshmen profile, click here.
The Class of 2012, which is expected to number more than 700 cadet recruits, reported to campus on Aug. 16 for academic orientation and military training. The class is expected to be the largest in 30 years.
The journey toward principled leadership will begin on Saturday, Aug. 16 for the more than 700 freshmen who are expected to report for military training and academic orientation. The Class of 2012 is poised to be the largest freshmen class in 30 years.
Diane Knich, higher education reporter with the Charleston Post and Courier, was embedded in The Citadel's weeklong Leadership Seminar. She stood alongside cadets at morning physical training and took part in the discussions about principled leadership development. Click on the headline to see her daily blogs from the campus and the culminating story.
Speakers at The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends’ fall book and lecture series will address such wide-ranging topics as the gardens of France, Reconstruction in South Carolina, and U.S. foreign policy in Vietnam, Iran, Iraq and Korea.