Editorial: Celebrate our success on Mars. Another giant leap may be near.

What they’re doing on site with the X-rays, UV and Raman spectroscopy, they can get that information directly uplinked.

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Citadel Physics Department makes virtual learning into a physical reality for high school students

The Physics Department offers a virtual, but still hands-on, “class” for high school students about physics and its practical applications.

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Citadel professor finds not all plastic is equal in study on decomposition

Weinstein said there are only about 100 of these composters, begging the question of whether someone who chooses a PLA product as a green option would actually be able to dispose of it properly.

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Class of ’21 cadet studying in Canada through prestigious Fulbright Killam Fellowship

The Citadel Honors Program cadet is studying at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, during the spring semester through a Fulbright Canada Killam Scholarship.

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Department of Defense funds $1.465 million for cybersecurity education at The Citadel

20 cadets selected annually for The Citadel Department of Defense Cyber Institute Photo above: Former Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats meets with cadets and students studying cyber security and

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Citadel creates Center for Mathematical Inquiry to help SC public school students

Rural SC high school math teachers encouraged to apply for professional development opportunity, with $2,000 stipend, by Jan. 31 deadline

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Citadel student finds rare plant for the first time in Charleston County

Citadel Graduate College Biology researcher Celie Dailey said in trips to the Black River site, she had to push through thickets of grass taller than she was.

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