Six generations of Workmans and a wakeup

When Billy Workman matriculated in August of 2020, he was simply echoing the Workman family tradition. He was after all the sixth in a line of William Douglas Workmans to attend the Military College of South Carolina.

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Live performances may have stopped, but The Citadel Gospel Choir has not

Members of The Citadel Gospel Choir gathered with safe distancing to record a variety of songs, to be played in lieu of a live performance.

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Past and future meet in a plastic present

An interdisciplinary team from The Citadel, with the Gibbes Museum, is lifting the veil that separates the artistic from the technological.

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Citadel Intelligence and Security Studies veteran student awarded Rangel Graduate Fellowship for foreign service

Ashley Towers served America for eight years in the Army National Guard’s military police force. Now she will serve the nation again, this time in foreign service through the U.S.

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Remembering longtime Democratic Party leader, veteran and Citadel professor, Don Fowler

Don Fowler, a man known for his leadership of and contributions to the Democratic Party, but especially for his for generosity of time and wisdom, passed away this week at the age of 85.

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Atlanta attorney and humanitarian pledges $20 million to The Citadel

Class of 1959 alumnus, William Baer Endictor, announces legacy gift to support college’s academic endowment He may be retired, but Atlanta attorney William Baer Endictor, The Citadel Class of 1959,

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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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Citadel completes in-person fall semester

“We asked much of you, and you delivered in an environment unique in our 177-year history.”

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Bowling for business bucks: cadets and students prepare to compete for $10,000

Five teams will spend their winter furlough working on a business idea that could turn into their future career — and also a hefty check.

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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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