Terror attacks in France over Muhammad cartoons spark debate on secularism, Islamophobia

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in The Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security Studies is quoted in this article.

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Getting to know Cadet Col. Nicholas Piacentini, Regimental Commander for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets

Regardless of our backgrounds, what part of the nation or the world we are from, or our personal opinions, we remain unified through our core values, no matter the adversity we face.

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The Citadel recruits an acting coach and a retired drill sergeant for Biloxi Blues

The Citadel’s fine arts program and the South of Broadway Theater Company produced the play, directed by a Citadel alum turned acting coach.

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Citadel Distinguished Scholars Program preparing cadets to qualify for elite post-graduate scholarships

CDSP provides its scholars with targeted mentoring and fellowship advising – learning who they are, what they want to accomplish, and helping them chart a path for getting there.

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A goal is a dream put into action

My journey to graduating from The Citadel began in August of 1996 when I joined the Corps of Cadets, and cross country and track teams.

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Remembering General William W. “Bill” Hartzog, USA (Ret.), Citadel Class of 1963

My philosophy was always to give as clear guidance as I possibly could and then to empower subordinates to run on the ragged edge of audacity and do what they

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Cadet selected to serve on board for National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society

The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, has named The Citadel’s Micah L. Cohen as the newest member of its Board of Student Advisers.

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Opinion: Trump debate refusal to discourage unrest after the election shows he doesn’t get the U.S.

Think, NBC News’s home for op-eds, in-depth analyses and essays about news, published an article by Citadel professor Jacob Hagstrom, Ph.D.

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My ring story: I am stronger

“I vividly remember coming for my pre-knob visit and immediately thinking I could never survive at this school.”

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Remembering Col. J. W. Bradin,’58: His life of service to America and his alma mater

On four occasions he was awarded America’s third highest military combat medal, the Silver Star, for gallantry in action.

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