Citadel seeks community input on long-term plan for campus buildings, infrastructure

The Citadel’s campus master plan will create a vision of what the public military college could look like 15 years from now.

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Citadel professor’s commentary: ‘Assassination’ of Iranian general just upped the stakes in Middle East

Jan Goldman, Ph.D. is a professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, and is an expert on the role of ethics and intelligence operations.

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Citadel cadets’ ‘traffic solver’ concept might save lives

Photo: A prototype of Citadel cadets’ “traffic solver” concept. As seen in The Post and Courier, by Jeff Hartsell You see them at both ends of a traffic construction zone,

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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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Getting to know Dr. Sally Selden, the college’s second in charge

As Provost and Dean of The Citadel, Sally Selden, Ph.D., SPHR, serves as the college’s chief academic officer and second ranking administrator.

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Citadel cadets raise $1,800 to send longtime janitor to Dallas Cowboys game

Longtime Citadel janitor Dwight Holmes never misses a Dallas Cowboys game, even though he can’t travel home to watch his team.

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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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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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