“The greatest benefit to being a veteran here is the community”: Meet Army veteran student Samuel Erickson

Samuel Erickson is a veteran and an undergraduate student at The Citadel majoring in Intelligence and Security Studies and focusing on Chinese language studies. He served for six years in the military before attending a college in Chicago, eventually enrolling into The Citadel. After graduating, Erickson plans continue serving his country and work at the Defense Intelligence Agency.

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“The Citadel is a great place to transition into from the military”: Meet Navy veteran student Aurel Edyvean

Aurel Edyvean is a veteran day student at The Citadel studying Political Science with a concentration in International Politics and Military Affairs. He is the current president of the Student Veterans Association at The Citadel. Edyvean still serves in the U.S. Navy Reserves and plans to pursue a career in either government work or law school after graduation.

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My Ring Story: “Make an impact on the people around you”

Damirelys Perez is a Psychology major. She was born in Pennsylvania and has lived in Japan and Germany. She is captain for the women’s rifle team and has been named

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What led a Citadel professor to the “Origins of The Wheel of Time”

Citadel professor Michael Livingston, Ph.D., is set to release a companion book on the best-selling “Wheel of Time” series. His book, titled “Origins of The Wheel of Time: The Legends and Mythologies that Inspired Robert Jordan” will debut on Nov. 8.

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My Ring Story: Navigating the uncomfortable

Mason Hand is a political science major from Greenville, South Carolina. He is a Dean’s List and Gold Stars recipient and is in the Honors Program. Hand is an editor for the Gold Star Journal, Vice Chairman of the Hollings Society and member of the Political Honors Society. He serves as the Regimental Adjutant for the 2022-23 school year. Hand is also a legacy cadet whose father, Michael Hand, ’90, served as First Battalion adjutant.

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America’s Intelligence Community gains 85 new professionals from the South Carolina Corps of Cadets

The Class of 2022 includes 85 cadets who studied Intelligence and Security Studies. Before graduation, some shared their career goals and advice for others considering The Citadel.

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Citadel professor co-organizing conference marking 50th anniversary of Watergate

Registration is now open for the free, online conference that will allow Watergate experts to explore some of the scandal’s lingering mysteries.

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Advancing careers: certificates in intelligence analysis

Students in the Intelligence and Security Studies online program come from all over the country with a variety of backgrounds.

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The Citadel faculty serving as expert resources on Ukraine and many trending issues

Photo: Dr. Jeffrey Rogg, a professor in the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies, during an interview with WCSC-TV on Wednesday, March 16. Faculty answers call to contribute from media,

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