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Current Citadel students are encouraged to join the staff. For information, please contact the current editors or advisor.

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2018 - 2019 Editors and Advisor
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Elijah J. Melendez
Elijah, an English Major, comes from Tampa, Florida. He is a Class of 2019 Citadel Scholars’ recipient. Besides being a cadet in Palmetto Battery, Elijah has also served as a member of the Vestry for St. Alban’s Chapel, an officer in the Pre-Law Society, and an active member of The Citadel Rotoract service club and Honors Program. He plans on pursuing ordination in the Anglican Church with the goal of being a military chaplain and practicing public theology. 
 Photograph of Editor Allen Holladay
Allen J. Holladay
Allen, a sophomore in November Company, was raised in Six Mile, South Carolina. He is currently studying Political Science while also being a member of the Honors Program, leading a knob bible study for November Company, and working for the Student Success Center as a Writing assistant and Political Science tutor. He hopes to be a missionary after graduation and, later, attend seminary with hopes of being a full-time pastor. 
 Photograph of Editor Hunter Crawley
Hunter E. Crawley
Hunter, a senior in Band Company, comes from Inman, South Carolina. She is currently the Regimental Drum Major of the Citadel's Regimental Band and Pipes. Hunter is a Chemistry major with a Biochemistry concentration and Psychology minor. She is the President of the Women's Rugby team and Vice President of the American Chemical Society chapter. She is currently pursuing a Gold Seal track in the Honors Program, and looks to attend medical school on US Army scholarship following graduation in May. 
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Sierra M. Morris
Sierra is a junior Business Supply Chain and Logistics major with a minor in Fine Arts. She plays the Flute and Piccolo in the Regimental Band, and is also a student in the Citadel Honors Program. Sierra grew up on a twenty five acre farm in Spring City, Tennessee. She has a passion for creating and collecting art across a plethora of mediums. Upon graduation, Sierra is contracted to commission into the Marine Corps as a Second Lieutenant. 
 Photograph of Editor James Quimby
James R. Quimby
James, a junior in Band Company, comes from York, South Carolina. He is serving as a Band Company First Sergeant, aspires to commission in the Air Force upon graduation. James is a Physics major with an interest in Aeronautical Science. He is a member of the Citadel Honors Program, Chapel Praise Band, Events Coordinator for the Honors Program Student Advisory Council, and Secretary and Treasurer of the Citadel Chapter of the Society of Physics Students. He works on campus as a Physics department tutor and as a private math tutor. 
 Photograph of Editor Carleton Bailiff
Carleton Bailiff III
Carleton, a sophomore Psychology major, hails from Blythewood, South Carolina. He has served as a Company Clerk and is currently a Squad Corporal in the Regimental Band and Pipes. In addition to his major, Carleton is pursuing a double minor in Fine Arts and Education. He is a member of the Citadel Honors Program and also serves as both the Secretary of the Citadel African American Society and the Assistant Secretary of the Citadel Gospel Choir. Upon graduation, Carleton plans to obtain a Ph.D. in either Social Psychology or School Psychology. With this, he hopes to either attain a college professorship or become a high school counselor to underprivileged youth. 

Dr. Suzanne Mabrouk
Advisor and Founder

Dr. Mabrouk has been teaching chemistry at The Citadel since fall 1993.
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