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

“We’ve had the great delight and privilege of coming to Charleston for four days,” said Commander William King, of the Royal Navy. “And as part of that visit, we established links with The Citadel and we’ve come to commemorate this old submarine that was so critical in the second world war for both of our countries.”

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Four finalists announced for The Citadel provost and dean of the college

There are four finalists from the field of applicants who have applied to become The Citadel’s next provost and dean of the college. The position is the second highest-ranking administrative role at the college.

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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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Historians to commemorate Washington’s visit to Fort LeBoeuf

The Fort LeBoeuf Historical Society will mark the 265th anniversary of Washington’s visit this Dec. 15 with a “Trail to a Nation” celebration.

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Citadel’s Fraser-Rahim publishes “Enslaved and Freed African Muslims: Spiritual Wayfarers in the South and Lowcountry”

Fraser-Rahim is an expert on violent extremism issues with areas of specialty on transnational terrorist movements, counter-terrorism, Islamic intellectual history, Islam in America and contemporary theology in the Muslim world and African affairs.

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The Great ShakeOut: Learning more about earthquake impacts

Researchers at The Citadel are working to use the shear wave velocities to predict the response of soils at a variety of Charleston-area locations.

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Meet Sean Cleveland, Assistant Professor in English, Fine Arts and Communications and Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation

Cleveland retired from the Army as a professor in 2017 but was not ready to leave the classroom. When a position opened up at The Citadel, he jumped on it.

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Comfort Bears No Fruit

Donnell was passionate about football, but when he realized that he was only going to be an average player, he revised his playbook and became passionate about what he knew he could do well.

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Remembering Col. Jay Beam

Lt. Col. Jay Beam, USAF (Ret.), was a man of great passion and integrity with an abundance of skills and experience.

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Emmanuel AME Church, Enslaved African Muslims and the Struggle Against Violent Extremism

Extremist groups have tried and failed to court disenfranchised populations and play on the grievances of the African-American community.

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