Earn a degree in Intelligence and Security in Charleston

Intelligence, homeland and cyber security issues are constantly in the news – from the Russian elections interference to Facebook hacks to the recent rash of pipe bomb mailings.  Which is why our next guest’s Lowcountry university recently launched a degree program focused on intelligence and security.

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The Citadel’s coach explains what it’s like to be tied with Alabama at the half

“One thing we’ve realized ever since we’ve been here is, our kids will get up for those games,” Thompson says. “They’ll play extremely hard. Most of my guys don’t have a whole lot of scholarship offers coming out of high school. They play with a little bit of an edge.”

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South Carolina Corps of Cadets’ regimental commander in Scholastic magazine

When almost 800,000 middle school students around the nation open the November issue of Junior Scholastic magazine, they’ll be learning about global issues, science and history. They’ll also be learning about the first woman to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.

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First Citadel female regimental commander makes fellow cadets her priority

Sarah Zorn’s goal never was to be the first female regimental commander at The Citadel in Charleston. Her goal always was to put her fellow cadets first.

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The guy behind The Citadel’s savage Twitter account explains the strategy

He said he’s “just a graphic designer,” but King was the name behind The Citadel football team’s Twitter account that went viral during the 50-17 loss at Alabama.

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The Citadel and the Royal Navy pay tribute to submarine used during World War II

On Veterans Day, The Citadel and the visiting officers from the Royal Navy payed tribute to a British submarine that was critical during WWII.

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Leaving his mark on the Corps: General Glenn M. Walters Led Efforts to Develop and Retain Marines

A Cobra pilot who later was instrumental in establishing the MV-22 program, Gen Walters’ career has taken him far beyond the cockpit and has been marked by numerous challenges and successes.

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Area students get chance at scholarships at college fair

The fair is designed to help Birmingham students who may not have access to colleges and universities.

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Citadel ’64 alumnus on Forbes’ list of 10 exceptional entrepreneurs running for Congress

Rabin grew up in Charleston, South Carolina, and went to school at The Citadel and then served in the Army. He began his fashion career at Bloomingdale’s before designing menswear for Givenchy, Emilio Pucci, and Oscar de la Renta.

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