Plastic scraps from Charleston Harbor make for trashy art

A group of cadets from The Citadel have entered a diving pelican sculpture in the Port Royal Sound Foundation Recycled Art Contest, to be judged against other schools and groups for a potential $2,000 in prizes.

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VFW Scholarship Helps Veteran Continue His Studies at Military College

Juan Campana wants to use his Intelligence and Security Studies major to return to work in the federal government after graduation.

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The Citadel’s Mark Clark Chair to provide lecture Oct. 30

One of the U.S. Marine Corps’ greatest historians, Lt. Col. Charles P. Neimeyer, UMSC (Ret.), Ph.D., is The Citadel’s 2018 Mark Clark Chair.

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Nine ways The Citadel encourages innovation

The Citadel is ranked among the most innovative schools in the South, and to celebrate, we rounded up some of the ways the college has encouraged innovation.

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Meet Sean Cleveland, Assistant Professor in English, Fine Arts and Communications and Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation

Cleveland retired from the Army as a professor in 2017 but was not ready to leave the classroom. When a position opened up at The Citadel, he jumped on it.

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Emmanuel AME Church, Enslaved African Muslims and the Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Extremist groups have tried and failed to court disenfranchised populations and play on the grievances of the African-American community.

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Director of National Intelligence; Deputy Director of FBI speak at The Citadel

Director Dan Coats of the DNI and Deputy Director David Bowdich of the FBI spoke at The Citadel Tuesday, September 25.

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DNI Dan Coats warns China cyber activities target U.S. state, local governments

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats issued one of the starkest and most explicit warnings to date about China’s cyber activities.

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Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. Students earn nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual and intelligence course.

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