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Citadel News Service
9 Oct 2014

Homecoming 2014

 

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 Celebrating. Reuniting. Remembering.

Remarkable people, accomplishments, events and stories are part of the fabric that makes The Citadel one of the greatest colleges in America. Each homecoming it is the blending of new experiences with old friends that make the college community even stronger. 

Click on the links below to read about some of the many people, events and stories worth noting as part of The Citadel's Homecoming 2014 (Nov. 7 - 9):

As early as the Class of 1886, Citadel graduates have been holding reunions on campus to celebrate their achievements and catch up with their classmates. The first homecoming football game was on Oct. 25, 1924. According to newspaper reports at the time, The Citadel played Furman in Hampton Park and graduates had a barbeque picnic on Indian Hill.

Then like now homecoming is a time to reflect on the past and celebrate where graduates and the college are today. Homecoming now spans three days and includes not only reunion celebrations, but a host of activities that highlight the Corps of Cadets and alumni achievements.

Schedule of Events 

(Scroll down for full schedule of academic department open houses)

 

Academic Open Houses ( Friday from 3- 4 p.m.)

Biology - Duckett Auditorium, room 101

Chemistry - Byrd Hall, room 101

HESS - Deas Hall, room 224

MACS - Thompson Hall, room 227

Physics - Grimsley Hall, rooms 204 & 208

Traveling to Charleston?

Click here for discounted lodging information for Citadel visitors.

Wondering where to park?

Take a look at the maps below: Red for Nov. 7 (Friday), purple for Nov. 8 (Saturday)

 

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