Through the eyes of the Charleston hospital workers movement: 50 years later

The Post and Courier shares the words of strikers, community leaders and others remembering the Charleston Hospital Workers’ Strike.

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Is Your Data Safe? A Cybersecurity Expert’s Perspective

Dr. Shankar Banik, a cybersecurity expert at The Citadel says cybersecurity is a problem that is managed, not solved. You can take precautions to minimize your vulnerability, but as recent high-profile attacks on the state of South Carolina, Target, Facebook, Twitter, Marriott Hotels and many, many other organizations demonstrate, no one’s information is totally safe. The more online services you use in your daily life, the more vulnerable you are, Dr. Banik warns.

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Dr. J. Goosby Smith on Inclusive Leaders & Spiritual Growth

Dr. J Goosby Smith leads a module for the Applied Wisdom Institute, meant to help emerging leaders understand who they are and why they do what they do.

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Citadel professor weighs in after Ben Sawyer bridge closes due to heat

Citadel professor John Ryan speaks with Channel 2’s Sofia Arazoza about how extreme heat caused the Ben Sawyer Bridge to become stuck open.

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His grandfather fought for the U.S. in Vietnam. Citadel’s Class of ’64 paid him back.

When the Class of 1964 found out Alex Pang-Riddle, Krajan’s grandson, was enrolled at The Citadel, members of the class decided to help with his tuition.

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Citadel alumnus awarded South Carolina’s highest civilian honor

Tommy Young, III, The Citadel Class of 1974, is being honored for his years of service and leadership with multiple organizations throughout the state.

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Former Citadel commandant and an alumnus both among those selected for 82nd Airborne Division Hall of Fame

The 82nd Airborne Division will induct its second Hall of Fame class on Wednesday, May 22, during All American Week, the North Carolina-based division’s celebration of paratroopers past and present.

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The Blaze: This mom of 6 went to night school for years, got her master’s, then fulfilled her dream of becoming a cop

Jennifer Petrone says her lifelong dream was to become a police officer, even if it seemed out of reach for a long time. However, after years of hard work and late nights, the low-country South Carolina mother of six has made that dream a reality, through The Citadel Graduate College.

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AAC&U visits The Citadel while on the road

AAC&U’s Tia Brown McNair conducted a site visit at the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Center at The Citadel.

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