Looking to a digital future, The Citadel launches Department of Intelligence and Security Studies

For students who want to pursue The Citadel’s new Bachelor of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies, there is at least one prerequisite.

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Retired Lieutenant Colonel writes a book – Michael Brady featured at Waccamaw Library Author’s Table

The Waccamaw Library is pleased to have Michael Brady present his first book, “Into the Shadows: The Fever: A Spy Novel,” at the Author’s Table.

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From pro soccer contracts to Army Officer

What would you give to serve your country? Would you turn down an opportunity to play a professional sport? Though soccer has always been a large part 1st Lt. Anthony Uriarte’s life, he declined multiple professional soccer contracts to follow his calling of being an officer in the United States Army.

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Workers at One of America’s Most Sensitive Nuclear Facilities Are on Strike

The Savannah River Site, in South Carolina, is home to the radioactive fuel that powers hydrogen bombs, and right now, its workers are on strike.

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Citadel professor joins “dream team” of Revolutionary War historians in latest book

David Preston, Ph.D., an award-winning author and professor of history at The Citadel, can now add a third acclaimed book to his bibliography. Preston recently released his latest work, “Theaters of the American Revolution”.

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15,000 miles in seven days: Learning in Qatar

A group of cadets will settle in at home for the summer after an exciting beginning that took them on a 15,000-mile round-trip journey halfway across the planet, led by the head of The Citadel Department of Political Science.

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A reflection on race and leadership at Emanuel AME with Citadel Prof. Joe Riley and Rep. James Clyburn

A discussion held at the site of one of the nation’s most horrific hate crimes was held as a component of Prof. Joseph P. Riley Jr.’s course at The Citadel.

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Riley’s class open to the public for a discussion on race in America at Emanuel AME Church, with guest lecturer Congressman James Clyburn

As the city approaches the second anniversary of the mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Citadel Prof. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. takes his class of cadets and students to the church for a discussion on race in America that will be open to the public.

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Citadel professor earns 2017 Distinguished Book Award for military history

Research conducted by Citadel English professor, Michael Livingston, Ph.D., is changing the way scholars view an infamous battle that occurred centuries ago. The findings are published in Livingston’s latest book, The Battle of Crécy: A Casebook.

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