My ring story: the band of gold means the world to my mother and me

By Cadet Jariek T. Richburg, Health, Exercise and Sport Science Major, Cadet-athlete, Citadel Success Institute leader My ring already means the world to me. This is why. I was born

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The Great ShakeOut: Learning more about earthquake impacts

Researchers at The Citadel are working to use the shear wave velocities to predict the response of soils at a variety of Charleston-area locations

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Plastics: The Final Straw?

This week we tackle the War on Straws and how worried we should be about all the plastic filling our oceans.

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Eighth year as top public college in South by U.S. News & World Report

For the eighth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report ranks The Citadel as the #1 public college in the South offering up to a master’s degree.

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6 reasons The Citadel’s evening nursing program may be right for you

Perhaps you’ve always wanted to be a registered nurse, but life got in the way. Perhaps you embarked on some other path, but now realize the appeal of a profession

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Faculty additions and promotions for the 2018-19 academic year

Welcoming new faculty to The Citadel and celebrating faculty promotions for the 2018-19 academic year.

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Students develop compounds in the search for a new pain relief drug

Citadel students are creating and studying compounds that could be used to produce a new pain relief drug or could contain new biological activities.

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New Partnership Connects Students to Veteran Patients

A brand new partnership between a Lowcountry college and downtown hospital comes with a unique military connection.

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Undergraduate research: refuting scientific dogma to prove a cellular discovery

A living cell has thousands of internal parts. The movement of those parts is at the center of a research effort led by a Citadel biology professor.

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Oikos, economics, and our coastal ecosystems

As disciplines, economics and ecology are largely thought of as distinct and separate from one another, often taught on opposite ends of campus.

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