Engineering service learning project produces real-world solutions

For about four months the cadets and students worked with neighborhood leaders, conducted site visits and field investigations.

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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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Servant leadership for the community and the Corps

To be a servant leader means working to meet the needs of others, in order to allow followers to better focus on, and accomplish, the mission.

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Update: Fraser-Rahim to discuss “America’s Other Muslims” with CNN’s Peter Bergen at New America event in D.C.

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., a professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, says his new book as being about average American Muslims.

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Sustaining what is now an American tradition: The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes as “America’s Band”

The band will represent America for the fourth time, and remains the only U.S. military college band to have received the coveted invitation.

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Honoring the contributions of the college’s first assistant provost of diversity and 26 year faculty leader

26 years after joining The Citadel Department of Psychology, Dr. Julie Lipovsky, Ph.D. ABPP, retires with a long legacy of achievements for the college and the community.

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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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From the Corps of Cadets to the Salvation Army

More than 30 Citadel cadets used this time to give back to local children in need, and the Salvation Army is still accepting donations through Dec. 18.

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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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