Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz includes Citadel’s first woman Regimental Commander in change makers exhibit

The woman who has taken some of the most iconic photos in the world selected the first woman to lead the South Carolina Corps of Cadets as one of her

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A Family Legacy of School, Honor and Business Savvy

In September, Forbes Magazine named Citadel Alumnus, Patrick Cunningham, as one of the top “Best-in-State Next-Generation Wealth Advisors.”

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Vietnam veterans honor fallen Citadel graduate who saved their lives

“I tried to get him out. He was trying to help us. If it hadn’t been for him and his platoon, we wouldn’t be here today.”

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My ring story: a family tradition

The Citadel was fascinating to me. I knew I wanted to be a part of this place and I wanted to earn my own ring.

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Citadel alum, Dorchester native arguing cases before Constitutional Court of South Africa

Citadel alumnus and Dorchester native Mozar Ross embarked on a nine-month clerkship at South Africa’s highest court in August.

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Hurricane Hugo and The Citadel – 30 years later

A gallery of photos of The Citadel campus after Hurricane Hugo, as well as photos of cadets cleaning up the campus and neighborhood after the storm.

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Kingdom of Thailand honors Citadel alumnus for cave rescue efforts

Lt. Col. Charles D. Hodges, USAF, is expected to receive a royal chivalric order from the Kingdom of Thailand in ceremonies at the Royal Thai Embassy, Washington, D.C., for his efforts helping lead the Tham Luang cave rescue in Thailand.

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Items belonging to Sen. Fritz Hollings find new home on Citadel campus

This summer, Fritz Hollings’s brother-in-law donated the long-time senator’s class ring, honorary sword and two American flags to The Citadel Archives.

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Citadel Homecoming 2019

During the last weekend of October, The Citadel and The Citadel Alumni Association will hold one of the college’s biggest events of the year on campus.

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Family of Marine missing in the Sierras since February wants to resume search now that snow has melted

For five months Greg Kraft, his wife Roxanne and other family members have been waiting and hoping that Matthew’s body would be found.

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