Citadel professor to star in Discovery Channel series that looks for proof of alien ‘Contact’ on Earth

The show follows investigators as they look for evidence needed to prove that extra-terrestrials have made contact with the human world.

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Howie family and friends to observe 75th anniversary of the liberation of Saint-Lo

More than 20 family and friends are traveling to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Saint-Lô and the death U.S. Army Maj. Thomas Howie.

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75 years ago, the major of Saint-Lô

Thomas Howie: Citadel class president, star football halfback, captain of the baseball team, high school teacher, coach and, finally, American hero.

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Lessons learned at Citadel pay off for opera star Morris Robinson

Morris Robinson is the only former cadet and All-American football player at the Citadel to become a world-renowned opera singer.

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Howard Pickett King, Class of 1961, presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award

With more than 53 years of experience in law, King has become an authority in his industry and currently serves as an Active Retired Circuit Court Judge.

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Remembering Col. Chaplain Charles Clanton

Inside The Citadel’s Summerall Chapel, there are photos of many former chaplains to the Corps of Cadets, honoring the time they dedicated to the college’s shrine of religion, patriotism and

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From bands to bets; Citadel’s director of music competing in World Series of Poker

For months, Timothy Smith, The Citadel’s director of music has been preparing to compete for $10 million at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

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The Citadel’s Quarters One

Before Gen. Walters and his wife, Gail, could call Quarters One home, the 65-year-old presidential house needed a face-lift to repair signs of aging.

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Citadel students live and learn in Washington, DC, summer program

A group of 14 cadets and students from The Citadel are working, going to class, and learning from real-world decision makers in “The Citadel in DC” program.

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Morris Robinson, Class of 1991, tackles ‘Porgy’ on his own terms

Morris Robinson, ’91, finally committed to serious vocal training and his opera career began when he was cast in “Aida” in 1999.

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