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These new Navy ensigns and Marine second lieutenants are among the 36 percent of the Class of 2004 who received military commissions at graduation.
(That percentage does not include non-ROTC commissionees such as PLC and the South Carolina National Guard.)

Alumni with service in Iraq and Afghanistan.


17-18 September
       Board of Visitors meets

24 September
       Dedication of PT Barracks

22 October
       Ring ceremony

23 October
       Parents' Weekend

6 November

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The 2005 U.S.News & World Report once again lists The Citadel in the top 10 for best value and best all-around among colleges and universities in the South. The School of Engineering keeps its national ranking.

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The Citadel is closely monitoring Hurricane Frances and is prepared should the storm take aim at Charleston.

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Cadets moved into Padgett-Thomas Barracks this month. This gleaming icon of our campus will be dedicated before parade Sept. 24.

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The Citadel has named Donald A. Steven as provost and dean of the college. He brings a wealth of experience in academic leadership, strategic planning and scholarship.

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As summer ends, the new college year looks promising thanks to work that preceded the return of cadets and CGPS students.

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The Citadel Bulldogs have time on their hands in preparing for the 04-05 season and they're trying to be positive about the delay.

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Much of The Citadel's history is a story of those who have come and gone. In a new series about lesser known monuments on campus, Roy Freedman writes about the tribute to the late Steven Michael Wildman, Class of 1970.

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Six Star of the West fellows use the summer for intellectual workouts.

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New outdoor soils labs gives engineering majors some hands-on experience with complex heavy equipment.

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Cadets and CGPS graduates of 2004 share their plans for life after The Citadel.

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