My ring story: Self discipline and accountability

To “wear the ring” means that The Citadel is a unique and shared experience…that we have earned our right to be in the Long Grey Line.

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Department of Intelligence and Security Studies launches lecture series on national security

one of The Citadel’s fastest-growing programs is launching a new, virtual lecture series to cover topics related to national security.

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With new members, Charleston’s Equity, Inclusion and Racial Conciliation committee takes shape

Felice Knight, Ph.D., a Citadel professor, specializing in African American History and slavery, and serves on Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation team.

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One of The Citadel’s most in-demand programs gains a new leader

The newest faculty member is Larry Valero, Ph.D., who is now head of the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies.

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Citadel professor published in Foreign Policy

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., is the executive director of Quilliam North America and an Intelligence and Security Studies professor at The Citadel.

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A dubious distinction? Hardly! Meet The Citadel’s 80-year-old, Class of 2020 graduate

“I worked as many as three part-time jobs at once to get by. Still, I always regretted not being able to finish my degree at The Citadel with my class in 1961.”

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Future federal cyber warriors selected for Citadel’s CyberCorps program

First S.C. CyberCorps Scholarship for Service cadets selected to begin program this fall Four cadets at The Citadel will complete their junior and senior years as South Carolina’s first CyberCorps®

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The Citadel prepares to replace Capers Hall

The Citadel is planning to demolish Capers Hall, one of the most utilized academic buildings on campus, next year and replace it with a more modern facility.

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