There are only a few times a year when Cadets get the opportunity to take their talents outside Battalion and show what they have to offer to the Campus. Barracks to Broadway kicked off the show with the number, "Another Opening, Another Show" from Kiss Me Kate, which ironically depicts the worry the cast and crew … Continue reading Barracks to Broadway: Spring 2019 Edition
Every year at the Citadel, Cadets embrace the suck while waiting for the last SMI of the school year, President's Inspection. Many Cadets hold the belief the moment after President's Inspection; they can mail it in for the year. However, this year that has not been the case. In previous years, all of the second-semester … Continue reading President’s Inspection 2019: Will There Be Any Surprises?
When The Citadel and VMI get together for a sporting event, it is incredibly competitive. It doesn't matter how talented the teams are; whether it be in Football, Wrestling, Baseball, or the recent event of the Cadet versus Keydet Basketball Game.
Over the Holidays, The Citadel and The Naval Academy Club Hockey Teams had the opportunity to join forces to play some Semi-Professional Teams in the United Kingdom. The excursion was over a week where they played four teams throughout their time in the UK.
On November 1st, 2018, The Citadel was honored to welcome Davit Bakradze, Georgia’s Ambassador to The United States. Mr. Bakradze talked about Georgia and a lot of their country’s ongoing issues. He spoke about topics like their desire to join NATO and the EU, their relationship with The United States, and their ongoing relationship with Russia.
As the sun disappeared over the Western horizon of the Ashley River, mysterious silhouettes appeared on Summerall Field, only barely visible by the dim lights of the surrounding buildings and the pale moonlight. Walking closer to investigate, one would find a small group of cadets and professors, with three odd looking cylinders on tripods pointed … Continue reading Physics Department Hosts Stargazing Night
On the evening of Tuesday, September 18th, cadets and faculty gathered in Bond Hall Room 165 along with honored guests for a Hispanic Heritage Month panel discussion. The topic was “Latinos in America: Finding the Balance Between Identity and Integration.” Moderated by Chaplain Joe Molina, the panel included Father Gildardo Garcia - the Catholic Chaplain … Continue reading Local Latino Leaders Speak at El Cid