Micro-plastics in the Lowcountry are tiring out the sea life

According to tonight’s key-note speaker at the South Carolina Aquarium, Dr. John Weinstein, Chair of Biology at The Citadel, micro-plastics are everywhere.

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Citadel’s Willie Eubanks III named SoCon defensive player of the year

Citadel linebacker Willie Eubanks III has been named defensive player of the year in the Southern Conference by the league’s football coaches and media.

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Could a floating garage on water fix Charleston parking? A Citadel grad thinks so.

A Citadel graduate was awarded a patent for a floating parking deck that he said could help alleviate Charleston’s parking crunch and help with disasters.

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Out of the impact zone: Surf therapy helps veterans heal

The therapy uses surfing as a vehicle to teach veterans different techniques for coping with the psychological and physical scars of war.

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Citadel Track and Field teams hold annual holiday food drive

The track and field and cross country teams took part in their annual holiday food drive earlier this week to support needy families in the Charleston area.

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The Intelligent Choice: The World Needs More Principled Leaders

Are you ready to take the next step in your leadership evolution? Do you wish to be a more effective leader within your organization?

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Citadel students featured in portrait series of women veterans in the Lowcountry

After their service, most of these veterans continue to give back in different ways, even though they are not in active duty.

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Citadel’s Paul Rhyne ranks among top 10 Army ROTC cadets in America

For the third consecutive year, a Citadel cadet is among the top ten Army ROTC cadets in the nation.

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Cadets react after Mike Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State, speaks at Citadel

“It made me feel more prideful about the service that I will be doing for my country,” said Ruby Bolden of Pompeo’s speech.

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