Dissecting the Gibbes Museum’s latest economic impact study

The Gibbes Museum of Art released the Citadel School of Business Administration’s study that reveals the Gibbes’ economic impact on the tri-county area.

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Amy Joseph on Preparing Nurses for Leadership Roles

Amy Joseph, Swain Department Head of Nursing at The Citadel, talks about how important leadership is in the nursing field.

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Nikki Haley’s political stock still rising despite being passed over for secretary of state job

United Nation Ambassador Nikki Haley appears to have been passed over for the job long-rumored to be her next political step: secretary of state.

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Campus Life In The News

War memorial dedication as seen on Live5 News

The Citadel War Memorial was dedicated on October 27, 2017. Here is a report from local CBS affiliate WCSC-TV.

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The Value of Grant-Funded Scientific Research

Talk of deep cuts in federal funding for basic and applied research this past spring had many in the scientific community alarmed.

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Larry Daniel on Adapting to the New Demands Educational Leaders Face

Larry Daniel speaks on the new upcoming challenges and demands educational leaders are facing.

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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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