The Citadel Foundation earns third CASE Educational Fundraising Award and first Sustained Excellence Award

The Citadel Foundation has received a 2019 Educational Fundraising Award in overall performance from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

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Channel 2’s Suzie Q and The Citadel

In the fall of 1958, two cadets and an elephant helped lead The Citadel Bulldogs football team to a victory over rival VMI.

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Citadel great Wells now an all-star overseas

Cameron Wells’ name is one that surely still gives opposing Southern Conference coaches and fans nightmares, and one that Citadel fans remember fondly.

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A Father’s Dream

Reflecting upon his childhood outside of New York City, Dave Pawlowski immediately recalls the work ethic of his father—a successful entrepreneur in the finance sector. “I watched him wake up

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Upcoming news from The Citadel – August 2019

A look at some of the big events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including Matriculation Day, the Oath Ceremony and Meet the Bulldogs.

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Citadel quarterback Javonte Middleton hosts second annual “Get Going” charitable event

Javonte Middleton, current quarterback for The Citadel, is back in Savannah to give 2019 graduates a boost headed into their first year of college.

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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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Autonomous vehicles and AI: Citadel’s future engineers prepared to thrive in evolving technical landscape

The availability of highly skilled engineers prepared to help lead the development of A.I. and its associated industries in the Charleston, South Carolina area is vital to the state’s competitiveness and its economy. The Citadel School of Engineering, one of America’s oldest engineering programs, is meeting that growing demand.

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