ROTC programs in the Carolinas explained

Interested in how ROTC programs work? Here are answers to frequently asked questions.

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The foundations of prosperity and freedom

Lara-Murphy Report interviews Dr. Richard M. Ebeling, the BB&T Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel.

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Columbia native, Citadel graduate is on this season of ‘The Voice’

Mitchell Lee used to sneak his guitar into the Citadel and play in the barracks. That led to his cadet friend recommending an open mic night in town at the old Wild Wing Cafe on Market Street, which then began the start of an unexpected music journey.

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Cybersecurity Becomes a Career Choice

Data breaches are everywhere and they’re beginning to realize that it’s up to them to keep our personal and national information private.

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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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Shortage of engineering graduates leads to unfilled jobs across America

Engineering has held strong as one of the hardest jobs to fill according to and it seems U.S. colleges can’t produce enough graduates to meet the demand.

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ZCHS grad spends 24 hours working out to raise funds for veterans

While working on his master’s degree at The Citadel in international politics and military affairs, Christian Simon was surrounded by military personnel.

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Capriotti takes over Citadel judo club

Dr. Lisa Capriotti, a chemistry professor at The Citadel, has been selected to replace Al Jacobs as judo coach at the military school.

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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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