Newly launched, The Citadel Poll will survey South Carolina voters each year 

The Citadel Poll — which was recently launched to survey public perceptions in South Carolina — aims to better understand what is on the minds of voters in the state.

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A Citadel cadet recounts his semester abroad at the Royal Military College of Canada

Cadet Sam Wilson is currently studying abroad at the Royal Military College in Canada, an opportunity made possible through the Killam Fellowship.

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Generous donation from former professor creates Lipovsky Family Clinical Counseling Scholarship at The Citadel

A former Citadel professor is giving back to the school by establishing a scholarship for psychology students in The Citadel Graduate College.

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“The Citadel offered me a community when a community was what I needed”: Meet Navy veteran student Langley Brimm

Langley Brimm is a veteran and an undergraduate student at The Citadel majoring in Criminal Justice with a focus on international affairs. Brimm served for five years in the Navy.

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The Citadel’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences wraps up John C. West Chair Speakers series on campus

The Citadel’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences is finishing up the end of its John C. West Chair Speaker Series, which has brought numerous senior government leaders from careers in intelligence, military and diplomatic areas to campus to speak to cadets and community members about important policy issues.

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My Ring Story: “The challenges that we have to overcome are just speed bumps in our journey to being built into leaders”

Emily Hickey is an Intelligence and Security Studies major with a minor in Criminal Justice from Melrose, Massachusetts. After graduation, she expects to accept a commission into the Navy.

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My Ring Story: Leading with humility

Cadet Gianna Rabassi is an Intelligence and Security Studies major with a minor in Business from Jacksonville, North Carolina. She serves as Papa Company commander and expects to accept an Air Force commission in May 2024.

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The Citadel gets new multi-million dollar arts facility, offering cadets ‘creative rigor’

The Citadel has just snipped the ceremonial blue ribbon to open the new Capers Hall, which houses the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. The previous building of the same name was demolished in 2021 to make way for the new one, which was designed by the architectural firm Woolpert.

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Editors and experts of the world-famous “Wheel of Time” series to speak at The Citadel on October 3

The Military College of South Carolina will host an event titled “The Wheel of Time: Books to Film at The Citadel” on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 6:30 p.m.

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