Positives of the Pandemic: Resiliency in Relationships

“We are actively seeking out communication in a way that we’ve never done before,” said Chip Taylor, Head of Psychology at The Citadel.

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What’s Lurking in our Flood Waters?

A joint research project, with Dr. John Weinstein and Dr. Claudia Rocha, is analyzing microplastics and bacteria found in tidal flood waters.

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What to Do With a Mechanical Engineering Degree

Lt. Col. Robert Rabb, the Mechanical Engineering department head, describes the profession as “one of the broadest engineering disciplines.”

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The Economic Impact of Climate Change

From South Carolina Public Radio, by Mike Switzer 2020’s hurricane season has been one of the most prolific in history, suggesting to most climate experts that global warming is accelerating. 

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How this Air Force captain turned her late-night sketches into an activewear line

Angel Johnson — originally from Hanahan, SC — graduated from The Citadel in 2013 with a Bachelor of Art degree in History.

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Gov. McMaster Names SCHP Veteran Robert Woods, a Citadel alum, to Lead S.C. Department of Public Safety

Robert Woods graduated from The Citadel in 1988 with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and was awarded gold stars in every semester he attended.

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The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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Congress’s new faces include ex-astronaut, Citadel’s first female grad

Nancy Mace, Citadel Class of 2000, will represent South Carolina’s Lowcountry after beating freshman Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham.

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Spartan veteran, nurse breaks barriers

Adrienne Crosby and six of her peers made history in 2002 as the first class of African American women to graduate from The Citadel.

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Terror attacks in France over Muhammad cartoons spark debate on secularism, Islamophobia

Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in The Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security Studies is quoted in this article.

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