Prof. Lawrence Sullivan appointed to S.C. Commission on Consumer Affairs

Lawrence Sullivan, a geography professor, an instructor with the Department of History at The Citadel, was appointed to the South Carolina Commission on Consumer Affairs.

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Daniel Island ‘Field of Honor’ returning June 29

The display is a gift to the community made possible through donations and the efforts of many volunteers, according to Field of Honor chair J.C. Dominick.

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A preeminent servant-leader retires after dedicating 42 years to The Citadel

The futures of many Citadel alumni were fortified by Dr. Mark Bebensee, the man some call the “saint” of The Citadel.

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Letters to Dr. Mark Bebensee

As word traveled about the retirement of Mark Bebensee, Ph.D., letters and notes were sent to the college. They came from Bebensee’s former students, their parents, friends and colleagues.

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North Carolina natives travel to France for 75th anniversary of D-Day

Samuel McCauley, ’15, was part of the cordon for the arrival of President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron during D-Day commemoration.

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Through the eyes of the Charleston hospital workers movement: 50 years later

The Post and Courier shares the words of strikers, community leaders and others remembering the Charleston Hospital Workers’ Strike.

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An Amazing Life Journey

Photo: Dr. Conway Fleming Saylor ’73 received the Distinguished Alumni Award at Collegiate’s Commencement May 24. Neely Markel, Alumni Association president, bestowed the honor. As seen on the Collegiate School

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Meet Bender, The Citadel School of Engineering’s self-driving vehicle

Bender is on the run. So are 45 other intelligent vehicles. They’re converging, with their student inventors, in Rochester, Michigan where they will face off to show off their swagger.

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Remembering their sacrifices on the 75th anniversary of D-Day

The names of 281 Citadel alumni are engraved in the marble of The Citadel War Memorial, honored for their sacrifices after being killed in action during WWII. Of those men, two were killed 75 years ago today during D-Day and the Battle of Normandy.

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First trip out of the USA takes cadet to Amazon basin

Peru is the fourth largest rain forest country on the planet, and Carleton Bailiff is venturing right into the middle of it. Bailiff is outside of the U.S. for the

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