Scotty Schulhofer: Better With Age

A former member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets went on to a horse racing career that included 1,328 victories and earnings of $54,657,686.

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Citadel class of 1920 ring returned after being lost for 50 years

The Citadel class of 1920 ring belonging to the late Angus Wilson Riley was presented to members of his family in Cheraw on Dec. 7.

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Amid impeachment drama, Congress also moves forward with bills that help SC

Included among the items in the spending bills is a $10 million grant for cybersecurity institutions at military colleges including The Citadel.

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The Citadel listed in Top 35 for Online Master’s in Science Education

The Citadel has been ranked at #25 in the nation for its Master of Education in Interdisciplinary STEM Education program.

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A Russian surveillance ship raised alarm for ‘unsafe’ operations off the SC coast

Carl Jensen, the head of the department of intelligence and security studies at The Citadel, said the move by the Russians was not uncommon.

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Impeachment Divides a Nation, a District and a Dinner Table

The couple met in their hometown, rural Cameron, S.C. He went to The Citadel, the famed Southern military college, and she to Clemson University, a land-grant school known for engineering and other sciences.

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Citadel’s Watergate panel to take fresh look at scandal

The Citadel will bring together, for the first time, five of the FBI’s lead investigators in the Watergate scandal for a panel discussion in February.

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Adams and Bezjian named to All-Southern Conference faculty and staff team

The Southern Conference named its All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team, with two representatives from The Citadel included in the recognition by the league.

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Rep. Cox picked as 1st head of new SC Veterans’ Affairs Dept

S.C. State Rep. Bobby Cox is a 2002 graduate of The Citadel, where he served as Cadet Regimental Commander in charge of all students.

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UK terror attack: Rehabilitating extremists is hard, but it can be done

This week’s terrorist attack in London by Usman Khan shows yet again why the international community must remain more vigilant than ever against extremism.

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