Law Enforcement career jumpstart: first cadets are sworn in as community service officers

The Citadel welcomed its first class of cadet Community Service Officers during a ceremony led by the college’s Department of Public Safety.

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Embassy of Georgia welcomes Citadel cadets and students studying in D.C.

The timing for our gathering at the Embassy of Georgia was fortuitous from an educational aspect. There were numerous high level Georgian officials.

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Citadel professor to publish companion book on internationally best-selling “Wheel of Time” series

“Origins of The Wheel of Time” is written by Michael Livingston, Ph.D., Secretary-General of the United States Commission on Military History and professor of medieval literature at The Citadel

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Cadets getting wild in the Charleston County Public Library

This exhibition showcases artwork by fourteen cadets selected from Prof. Rick Sargent’s popular drawing and wildlife drawing classes. Cadets used charcoal or pen and ink on toned paper to draw a variety of animals from a bear to a butterfly.

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The Citadel celebrates high caliber creativity

Though it’s an academic minor at The Citadel, Fine Arts has a major appeal for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

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Intelligence and Security Studies, one of The Citadel’s hottest programs, leads to in-demand careers

The Citadel has developed leaders for the America’s Intelligence Community since three-letter agencies like the FBI were formed.

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Student artwork in Daniel Library honors veterans

The Daniel Library is currently displaying cadet and student artwork to raise awareness and honor the sacrifices of veterans.

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