Tire particles found in Charleston waterways, researchers say

Most people see some form of plastic pollution every day like water bottles or single-use straws, but it’s the plastic we don’t see that’s a larger concern.

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Citadel hosts traveling art exhibit raising awareness of veteran suicide

The Citadel is one of 13 stops for Scott LoBaido, an artist traveling along the coast to honor veterans who put their lives on the line for our country.

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Citadel included in Vice News feature on reformed terrorist

Vice News came to the 2018 Intelligence and Cybersecurity Conference at The Citadel to cover a guest of Dr. Muhammad Fraser-Rahim. Rahim is a Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security studies professor, who is also the Executive Director, North America, for Quilliam International. Quilliam International is the world’s oldest counter-extremist organization with headquarters in the United Kingdom and Washington, D.C. Fraser-Rahim works to help de-radicalize former terrorists, which is how he came to know Mohammad Khalid, the subject of this story.

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THE MOTHER OF ALL ARTICLES

In honor of Women’s History Month, Chaplain Joe Molina pays homage to those special women in our lives that played or are playing an extraordinary role

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Citadel president speaks in Florence, receives key to the city

He said when he met with the Corps, The Citadel student body, recently he was asked about his legacy. Walters said he hopes it would be helping the cadets become happy, healthy, productive members of society

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What Are Orangutans Thinking?

Citadel professor Audrey Parrish, Ph.D., featured in an article for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo Let’s play a game…for science! With a tap of the touch-screen computer, orangutans at the Smithsonian’s National

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Traces of plastic found in Columbia’s drinking water and rivers; researchers not surprised

As seen in The State, by Sammy Fretwell Tiny plastic particles have been discovered in Columbia’s drinking water and some area rivers in what researchers say is the first study

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Is there plastic in Columbia’s drinking water? One study says yes

As seen on WIS-TV, by Paul Rivera For months, WIS has been investigating the effects of plastic waste on our Midlands waterways. On Monday, we told you about a floating

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The ubiquitous SC coastal marsh grass is no longer called spartina

Photo: Spartina grass, courtesy of Danny Gustafson, Ph.D. As seen in The Post and Courier, by Bo Peterson The spartina grass that makes for miles and miles of beauty along the

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Senior military colleges aim to fill gaps in cyber skills for the Defense Department

As seen in Stars and Stripes, by Rose Thayer Examples of an expanding cyber force within the Defense Department are all around. The Marine Corps established a new specialty field

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