Opinion: Trump debate refusal to discourage unrest after the election shows he doesn’t get the U.S.

Think, NBC News’s home for op-eds, in-depth analyses and essays about news, published an article by Citadel professor Jacob Hagstrom, Ph.D.

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Remembering Col. J. W. Bradin,’58: His life of service to America and his alma matter

On four occasions he was awarded America’s third highest military combat medal, the Silver Star, for gallantry in action.

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With new members, Charleston’s Equity, Inclusion and Racial Conciliation committee takes shape

Felice Knight, Ph.D., a Citadel professor, specializing in African American History and slavery, and serves on Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation team.

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SC State Guard mobilized to set up field hospital in Charleston

MAJ David Preston, Ph.D., a Citadel History professor, is the Executive Officer of 3rd Battalion, 1st Civil Support Brigade in the S.C. State Guard.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – March 2020

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including the Symposium on Southern Politics, Corps Day, Recognition Day and more.

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Study military history from almost anywhere in the world – with the experts

Some of the most distinguished minds in military history today will teach students enrolled in The Citadel Graduate College’s new Master of Arts Degree in Military History.

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What the Green Book was really all about

The Green Book was an important part of the lives of thousands of American motorists for almost decade, as Citadel historian and African American studies expert Professor Damon Fordham explains.

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Can you pass The Citadel’s entrance exam from 1882?

In the fall of 1882, one hundred eighty-nine cadets reported to The Citadel for the first time in seventeen years. Before they were offered admission to the South Carolina Military

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The Citadel’s Mark Clark Chair to provide lecture Oct. 30

One of the U.S. Marine Corps’ greatest historians, Lt. Col. Charles P. Neimeyer, UMSC (Ret.), Ph.D., is The Citadel’s 2018 Mark Clark Chair.

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Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. Students earn nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual and intelligence course.

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