Women’s History Month: Meet Cadet Hannah Jalbert, Company Commander, Oscar

Cadet Hannah Jalbert attends The Citadel as an Army scholarship student. She is majoring in Intelligence and Security Studies

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The Citadel digs into elections past and present with renowned Symposium on Southern Politics

It’s the most comprehensive conference for the presentation and discussion of scholarly research on the contemporary politics of a specific region.

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All Aboard for Neil Simon’s Classic Comedy: Biloxi Blues

Play held on Citadel campus by professional theater company being directed by noted NYC acting coach/alumnus Combining 1940s nostalgia, an appreciation for military service, and coming-of-age comedy, Neil Simon’s classic

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Citadel Criminal Justice bachelors degree ranked #9 in country

Note: The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice is one of the most popular degrees at The Citadel for members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Many alumni are

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FBI secrets, the Watergate investigators and more: The Citadel to host landmark intelligence conference

The Department of Intelligence and Security Studies will host a major conference, including a historic gathering of the FBI’s lead Watergate investigators.

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Update: Fraser-Rahim to discuss “America’s Other Muslims” with CNN’s Peter Bergen at New America event in D.C.

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., a professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, says his new book as being about average American Muslims.

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Honoring the contributions of the college’s first assistant provost of diversity and 26 year faculty leader

26 years after joining The Citadel Department of Psychology, Dr. Julie Lipovsky, Ph.D. ABPP, retires with a long legacy of achievements for the college and the community.

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