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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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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Return From ISIS: American Women Want Out Of Extremism

Listen to Citadel professor Muhammad Fraser-Rahim on NPR’s “On Point” With Meghna Chakrabarti An American woman joined the Islamic State, went to Syria, married three ISIS fighters and called for attacks

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Forgotten SC Tragedy Memorialized

As seen in The Charleston Chronicle, by Citadel Professor Damon Fordham, MA The citizens of Batesburg, SC attempted to right a 73 year old wrong on February 9 in their

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What the Green Book was really all about

The Green Book was an important part of the lives of thousands of American motorists for almost decade, as Citadel historian and African American studies expert Professor Damon Fordham explains.

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New vice president of facilities and engineering to begin at The Citadel

Civil engineer and strategic planning specialist Jeffrey Lamberson to begin in March The Citadel is bringing in a civil engineer and strategic planning specialist to serve as the vice president of

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Citadel professors honored for embodying the characteristics of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Photo: 2019 MLK Picture Award recipients at ceremony “I guess I’m just one of the soldiers trying to get up every day and do my best to be part of

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More Than Fitness

Dr. Dan Bornstein is leading the charge to solve some of the most pressing fitness, health and security issues facing the United States.

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Dr. Sally Selden to serve as The Citadel provost and dean of the college

The president of The Citadel has selected his new second in command. Sally Selden, Ph.D., SPHR, will take over as provost and dean of the college in June.

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