This is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System. Broadcasters, in cooperation with the FCC and other authorities (or, in later years, "federal, state and local authorities") have developed this system to keep you informed in the event of an emergency.
Jamie Duberstein, Clemson research assistant professor, records data at a marsh site in the Savannah River estuary, April 2, 2014.
Josh Salter, Clemson research technician, navigates a research vessel in the Savannah River estuary, June 16, 2014.

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This winter, while some people may say "let it snow, let it snow, let it snow," many men at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District are saying "let it grow, let it grow, let it grow."

It's part of a national men's health movement called "No-Shave November," where men all across the country are putting down their razor blades to raise awareness for cancer.

Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, the No-Shave November campaign started in 2009 on Facebook with fewer than 50 participants. Today, thousands of people across the globe have joined in.