Can penguins and people get along? Citadel professor wants to know

Can penguins and people get along? That’s one of the questions Citadel professor Dr. Paul Nolan is trying to answer.

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Meet Pamela King, Cataloging and Government Documents Specialist at The Citadel’s Daniel Library

Pamela King served as buck sergeant in the United States Air Force from 1982-1989. She has been at The Citadel for almost four years. The Citadel is proud to honor those who have served our country, including the veterans who are now members of our faculty and staff.

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The world’s antiquities are in danger. Citadel students hope to save them with a scanner

As seen in The Post and Courier, by Paul Bowers James Bezjian returned from Scotland in December with a trove of Bronze Age and Byzantine artifacts stashed on a hard

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South Carolina National Guard leader offers cadets advice at The Citadel Army ROTC

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. R. Van McCarty, deputy adjutant general for South Carolina, shared advice with freshman and sophomore cadets.

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Citadel-led study reveals threat to U.S. military readiness due to unfit recruits

A research study released by The Citadel in collaboration with the U.S. Army Public Health Center and the American Heart Association is the first to show that the low fitness of U.S. Army recruits from 10 Southern states poses a threat to military readiness and national security.

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Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states

The Army’s problem of finding physically fit recruits at a time of rising obesity in the United States is especially acute in the South.

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Charleston City Council will get three new members Tuesday. What do they want to do?

Three new Charleston City Council members will be sworn in Tuesday after being elected in November to represent parts of West Ashley and James Island. All are new to local government and to politics in general.

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The Citadel’s Business Bowl helps launch young entrepreneurs

Citadel freshman C.J. Walker admitted to some nervousness before he made his “elevator pitch” at the school’s Bulldog Business Bowl.

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Remembering Professor Lori Kay Hicklin, Ph.D.

Dr. Lori Kay Hicklin, 59, of Charleston, South Carolina, entered into eternal rest Thursday, December 28, 2017.

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Holiday reading list idea: “Into the Shadows” by Lt. Col. Michael Brady

From managing threats to the homeland, to intelligence collection and emergency operations, Lt.  Michael Brady U.S. Army (retired) brings much more to a first- time novel than your average spy enthusiast. Brady served as a career tactical and strategic intelligence officer for the United States.

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