Physics Department Hosts Stargazing Night

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

Local Latino Leaders Speak at El Cid

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

Citadel Board of Visitors announces selection of college’s 20th president

Gen. Glenn M. Walters, Citadel class of 1979, to lead alma mater after retiring from USMC CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Citadel’s 20th president will be Gen. Glenn M. Walters, USMC, who is currently serving as the 34th Assistant Commandant of the United States Marine Corps, the Corp’s second highest ranking officer. The Citadel Board of Visitors apprised the … Continue reading Citadel Board of Visitors announces selection of college’s 20th president

Inside The Citadel’s Presidential Search

  During the last week of March and the first in April , The Citadel hosted the four finalists in its search for a new president. Each candidate had an interview with the Board of Visitors, lunch with the Top 9 cadets, and an opportunity to present to the Citadel community. The finalists all had approximately … Continue reading Inside The Citadel’s Presidential Search

All the Way: Cadets living as Paratroopers

By CPT Homar M. Marval, APMS Army ROTC  During the first week of February, The Citadel Army ROTC program took a field trip to Fort Bragg (North Carolina), the home of the 82nd Airborne Division and the United States Army Special Forces Command. In this occasion, freshman and sophomore cadets interacted with experts and leaders from civil affairs … Continue reading All the Way: Cadets living as Paratroopers

Citadel Hosts MLK Humanitarian Awards

On Tuesday, the 16th of January, the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium hosted its 28th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Program. The program took place in Summerall Chapel and was the first Consortium program to ever take place at The Citadel. The Black History Intercollegiate Consortium is an organization of higher education institutions in … Continue reading Citadel Hosts MLK Humanitarian Awards