Intel Report

Every year, the CIA descends upon The Citadel’s campus in teams of four to five. Their mission? To recruit the best and brightest of the Corps.

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The Citadel earns national grant to encourage community dialogue about race

The Citadel has received a $30,000 grant to be used for encouraging community dialogue about race.

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Sumter Citadel alumni share praise for new college president

Citadel alumni from Sumter spoke well of Walters and look forward to his leadership at the college.

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Marine General Nominated to Lead Central Command

President Donald Trump has nominated Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., Citadel graduate, as the next commander of Central Command.

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Former Wando football player helps construct new District 2 Stadium

As a token of gratitude, Citadel rising junior and Wando graduate James Jennings seized the opportunity to show his thankfulness toward his high school.

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Concussions ended Josh Massey’s Citadel football career, but not his drive to succeed

Josh Massey awoke in the training room at The Citadel, unsure of where he was or who was staring down at him.

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South Pointe grad talks about the ‘terrifying’ injury that ended his college football career

The Herald caught up with Massey recently to talk about the injuries that forced him to stop playing football, and what’s happened since.

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Analysis: Citadel has $3M impact on Charleston County

An economic impact analysis released by The Citadel found that the military college generated an estimated $3 million per year between 2014 and 2016.

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New Partnership Connects Students to Veteran Patients

A brand new partnership between a Lowcountry college and downtown hospital comes with a unique military connection.

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Oikos, economics, and our coastal ecosystems

As disciplines, economics and ecology are largely thought of as distinct and separate from one another, often taught on opposite ends of campus.

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