Letter: Prison cellphones

A letter to the editor from Citadel professor Brian Norris regarding cellphone blocking technology in South Carolina.

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Safety in Numbers: Mitigating a Tourism Downturn after Terrorism

There were 6.4 times fewer terrorist attacks in the U.S. in the last ten years compared to the 1970s, according to the Global Terrorism Database.

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Manager Hones Leadership Skills in Graduate Program

As a general manager at the Georgia Ports Authority, Karl Nell oversees almost 100 people in the crane division at one of the world’s busiest ports. So, when Nell decided he wanted to learn more about how to lead and influence his employees, he turned to The Citadel’s leadership studies program.

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Preparing Graduate Students for International Careers

Professionals looking to advance their military careers or pursue work in international relations, law, or business can get practical training at The Citadel’s International Politics and Military Affairs graduate program.

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Pat Conroy at The Citadel Symposium

The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences is hosting a free public event to explore the life and legacy of celebrated American author Pat Conroy, entitled, “Pat Conroy at The Citadel Symposium.” The symposium takes place from 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 3, at the college’s Holliday Alumni Center.

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Meet Terry Mays, Professor of Political Science

Terry Mays served 30 years on active duty and reserve duty for the United States Army. Learn more about Mays’ service and long family history of serving in the armed forces. The Citadel is proud to honor those who have served our country, including the veterans who are now members of our faculty and staff.

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Citadel prof, author, to lecture at Fort Ligonier

Fort Ligonier will host author and Citadel professor David L. Preston for “The Military Education of George Washington in the Braddock Expedition.”

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Former Charleston mayor’s new course designed to help a “fractured America”

Citadel professor and former Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., is teaching a new course for the spring semester called The Why and the How: The Making of the International African American Museum. Every class in the course is open to the public.

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Cadets welcome Mexican foreign relations dignitary to campus

One of Mexico’s leading trade and development dignitaries shared his view of relations with the United States this week while visiting Charleston. Luis Rubio, chairman of the Mexican Council of Foreign Relations and of the Mexico City-based Center for Research for Development, spoke to classes at The Citadel.

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Nikki Haley’s political stock still rising despite being passed over for secretary of state job

United Nation Ambassador Nikki Haley appears to have been passed over for the job long-rumored to be her next political step: secretary of state.

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