Prime placement for the world-famous story authored by a Citadel alumnus

The Wheel of Time, based on the book series by Robert Jordan (aka James Rigney, ’74) premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, Nov. 19

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Live and learn in DC with The Citadel

“Studying in D.C. this semester is helping me make important and meaningful connections that I otherwise would likely have not made.”

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From the Coast Guard to the Corps: Meet veteran and current cadet Luke Darling

“Being a veteran at The Citadel gives me the opportunity to share my experiences from my time in the military with my fellow cadets.”

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Surviving and overcoming a historic missile attack: Meet Army veteran student Ashlyn Howard

“The ballistic missile attack on January 8, 2020 happened to my base. So I actually saw about half of the missiles flying.”

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“Shut up and push forward”: Meet Marine Corps veteran student Dimitri Fragopoulos

Veteran student Dimitri Fragopoulos expects to graduate in May 2022 with a degree in Intelligence and Security Studies.

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A 1,000-year-old battle sparks a fresh war among academics, amateurs

Battle recommenced this year when Mr. Livingston, a professor at The Citadel, South Carolina’s military college, released a book pinpointing Brunanburh as happening on the Wirral Peninsula, near Liverpool.

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My Ring Story: “through adversity to the stars”

Cadet Ashley Ruiz is from Taylor, Michigan. She is a double major in both Intelligence and Security Studies and Political Science.

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My Ring Story: working together to build on the legacy of those who came before

Cadet Tyler Mitchell, from Columbia, SC, is a Political Science major. He serves as president of The Citadel College Democrats.

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My Ring Story: becoming a cyber warrior

“After my time here at The Citadel I will be working with the Department of Defense within the cyber domain for at least two years.”

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