Citadel expands Title IX team; updates policy

Expanding our Title IX team from two to seven trained deputies is imperative to providing a supportive environment that encourages reporting of sexual harassment and sexual violence.

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Terror attacks in France over Muhammad cartoons spark debate on secularism, Islamophobia

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in The Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security Studies is quoted in this article.

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Getting to know Cadet Col. Nicholas Piacentini, Regimental Commander for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets

Regardless of our backgrounds, what part of the nation or the world we are from, or our personal opinions, we remain unified through our core values, no matter the adversity we face.

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The Citadel recruits an acting coach and a retired drill sergeant for Biloxi Blues

The Citadel’s fine arts program and the South of Broadway Theater Company produced the play, directed by a Citadel alum turned acting coach.

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Cadets and students: here’s how to show off your Merits

The Citadel provides a platform where the college, and you, can make your achievements known, in a professional and comprehensive manner.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – November and December 2020

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including the Baker Business Bowl, the Witting Tree and more.

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The Citadel Bookstore to be operated by Follett Higher Education

“Follett was chosen as the vendor that would offer the best programs and opportunities for cadets and students to save on the overall costs of course materials.”

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A message from the President of the Citadel

The Citadel must always reflect the best of our nation, and the best in each of us.

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More chilling than Halloween: Top 10 cybersecurity threats of 2020

They can run tools called “packet sniffers” which essentially grab little “packets” of your data being transmitted.

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