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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Charleston County’s Dawson confirmed by US Senate to be new SC federal judge

Dawson, 50, a 1991 graduate of The Citadel and 1997 graduate of the University of South Carolina Law School, will be the only African American male judge on the state’s federal bench.

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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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Excellence in Leadership: Lt. Sarah Zorn

Army leaders have strong intellect, physical presence, professional competence, high moral character, and serve as role models. Lt. Zorn has been recognized for her selfless care within the ‘Thunderbolt’ community.

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Gov. McMaster Names SCHP Veteran Robert Woods, a Citadel alum, to Lead S.C. Department of Public Safety

Robert Woods graduated from The Citadel in 1988 with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and was awarded gold stars in every semester he attended.

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Majority of South Carolina colleges going virtual after Thanksgiving break

They’re going to take their exams remotely, reducing that movement on public transportation and airlines and reducing that possibility of having COVID-19 come back to campus.

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The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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A “General” review of the closed weekend

Cadets, who can’t leave campus before returning home for the long Thanksgiving/winter furlough, enjoyed some fun diversions for the on-campus weekend.

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Congress’s new faces include ex-astronaut, Citadel’s first female grad

Nancy Mace, Citadel Class of 2000, will represent South Carolina’s Lowcountry after beating freshman Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham.

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