Remembering Ken Byrd, Class of 1974

Among his many roles, Ken Byrd served as Aberdeen Town Commissioner, volunteer director for The Citadel’s Alumni Association and a colonel in the Air Force.

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News from around our 50 states

As seen in USA TODAY Charleston, South Carolina: A nonprofit and the city are building oyster shell reefs to lessen the environmental impact of planned construction projects. The Post and Courier

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Lifetime Achievement: David Aughtry

David Aughtry of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry discovered something about himself after graduating from The Citadel, picking up degrees in law and accounting at the University of South Carolina and earning an LLM in taxation at Emory: “I was born to try tax cases.”

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Tri-County Cradle to Career Board of Directors welcomes Hsu, Walters

College of Charleston president Andrew Hsu, Ph.D., and The Citadel president Gen. Glenn Walters, USMC (Ret.), both elected to three-year terms with TCCC.

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The best college in each state for getting a job in 2019

The Citadel is ranked as having the highest rates of employment in South Carolina, ten years post enrollment, according to the 2019 College Scorecard.

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Daniel Island ‘Field of Honor’ returning June 29

The display is a gift to the community made possible through donations and the efforts of many volunteers, according to Field of Honor chair J.C. Dominick.

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North Carolina natives travel to France for 75th anniversary of D-Day

Samuel McCauley, ’15, was part of the cordon for the arrival of President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron during D-Day commemoration.

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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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