World War II veterans honored by Normandy trip

Three Charleston men leave Saturday, June 9 to travel to Normandy, France to honor and follow in the footsteps of World War II veterans.

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These are the colleges most likely to land you a job in every state

Thanks to a some new data, we know exactly which colleges or universities in each state are most likely to land you a job.

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Opp balances class, cadet life, athletics at The Citadel

Many college freshmen find the adjustment from high school a challenge. But Amber Opp wasn’t most college freshmen.

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Remembering The Class That Never Was

A look at the story of The Citadel Class of 1944, commonly known as “The Class that Never Was.”

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This summer, I will be checking out electroweak interactions in collisions producing Z bosons. You?

Citadel nuclear physics researcher Dr. Scott Yost is working to facilitate discovery of new particles with global collaborators and with the help of cadets.

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Your tires are polluting Charleston Harbor

Groundbreaking research shows that seven tons of microscopic plastic particles can be found floating in Charleston Harbor.

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Meet Michael Barth, Associate Professor of Finance

Michael Barth discusses his most defining moment during service as well as how the leadership skills he gained in the Army have applied to teaching.

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Gifts name Citadel’s School of Science and Mathematics for Swain family

A pair of substantial gifts to name the Swain Family School of Science and Mathematics was formalized June 1.

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A lesson in gaining buy-in from policy makers: an author Q&A with Dr. Daniel Bornstein

Dr. Bornstein discusses how to align public health needs with the issues that matter to policy makers can create greater buy-in.

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Critical role of philanthropy in S.C. higher education

As the state faces tough decisions each year to allocate limited resources, our colleges are challenged to supplement appropriations with donor dollars.

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