- Congratulations to Dale Ann Hawkins, a student in one section of the Lowcountry Writing Project class "Writing Children's Books." Her book about a young boy's exciting historical find on Folly Beach, begun as a project in that LWP class, is available on Amazon. See the book, My Best Find ... Ever! here: http://www.amazon.com/Best-Find-Ever-Dale-Hawkins/dp/1484959175/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1410027546&sr=8-1&keywords=dale+ann+hawkins
- Congratulations to Cadet Preston Hipps who has been offered admission to the prestigious Harvard Law School.
- Cadet Jane Ma (class of 2015), who double majors in English and Biology, was the lead author of the article "Continued Work: Screening School Children for Congenital Heart Disease in Developing Countries" in the Feburary 2014 Congenital Cardiology Today.
- Watch English major Sloan Lindsey talk about his experience as an English major while being interviewed on SCETV. Click here to watch. Sloan is featured at time marks 17:42 and 23:42.
- Cadet Harry Griffin, a student in Dr. Licia Hendriks' ENGL 215 class, not only was a finalist in the 2013 Norton Student Recitation Contest, he was the first Citadel winner of it. Read more here!
- Cinelle Ariola Barnes, who took the graduate-level Lowcountry Writing Project Freelance Writing class a few years ago, is a finalist for the Association of Writers & Writing Programs award in Non-Fiction for her memoir "Letter from an Illegal."
- Alumna Lisa Wu has become involved in theater productions in Virginia, where she lives, and that has led to work in commecials. Here she is in a commercial for Hills Brothers' cappuccino.
- The Charleston Post and Courier featured English major Blaise Flamio on the front page of their "Health" section.