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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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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A goal is a dream put into action

My journey to graduating from The Citadel began in August of 1996 when I joined the Corps of Cadets, and cross country and track teams.

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Citadel faculty, staff to participate in study of Charleston sunny day flood waters

Researchers from The Citadel are taking a closer look at threats hiding in flood waters and marshes across Charleston and surrounding areas.

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Citadel President announces future retirement of Commandant of Cadets

Since arriving in July 2014, Captain Paluso demonstrated the same professionalism, grit, energy, and determination as Commandant that made him a highly successful and decorated U.S. Navy SEAL officer.

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Editorial: Citadel strategy promises to benefit Charleston, all of South Carolina

The Citadel has played a large role in shaping Charleston and South Carolina since its creation 177 years ago, and its new strategic plan is an encouraging sign that will continue to be the case.

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Cadet selected to serve on board for National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society

The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, has named The Citadel’s Micah L. Cohen as the newest member of its Board of Student Advisers.

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Passing the torch

In 2016, AnaMalae Tia walked onto campus at the Citadel in South Carolina with her sights set on an Army commission in 2020.

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Company accused of polluting ocean with plastic has an ally: SC ports

For John Weinstein, Ph.D., Department Head of Biology at The Citadel, the harm that plastics cause to marine ecosystems is his life’s work.

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