Concussions ended Josh Massey’s Citadel football career, but not his drive to succeed

Josh Massey awoke in the training room at The Citadel, unsure of where he was or who was staring down at him.

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South Pointe grad talks about the ‘terrifying’ injury that ended his college football career

The Herald caught up with Massey recently to talk about the injuries that forced him to stop playing football, and what’s happened since.

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Alumnus uses Citadel values, baseball experience to coach children in Africa

Connor Walsh’s goal is to change the lives of children living in challenging, even destitute, environments.

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Two of college baseball’s top programs run by Citadel grads

With Chris Lemonis named as the new coach at Mississippi State on Monday, former Citadel players will hold two of the top jobs in college baseball.

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The Intersection of Leadership and Community

Bo Cain has always been focused on supporting service activities, and has spent four years with Metanoia. 

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As Cincinnati Opera nears its 100th anniversary, collaboration is key

Cincinnati Opera has come a long way since it was a festival that presented four grand operas each summer in Music Hall.

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Jaguars undrafted free agent CB Dee Delaney leaning on discipline gained at the Citadel

Though the OTA schedule is rigorous, Dee Delaney said it’s nothing compared to what he experienced when he played at The Citadel.

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Meet Chad Humelbaugh

Meet one of America’s newest military officers, 2nd Lt. Chad Humelbaugh, U.S. Air Force pilot in training.

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Meet Gary McKenzie

Meet Gary McKenzie: husband, father, GEICO Vice President (Southeast Region), and Masters of Science in Leadership Studies graduate.

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Citadel Cadets heading to Ernst & Young

Meet four cadets who are among those heading from The Citadel to work for one of the world’s ‘big four” global firms – Ernst and Young, now called EY.

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