Service Before Self

Samantha had a social enterprise idea, so she moved toward it. Literally. She moved to Charleston’s Eastside to live in service to her neighbors.

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Sumter Citadel alumni share praise for new college president

Citadel alumni from Sumter spoke well of Walters and look forward to his leadership at the college.

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Marine General Nominated to Lead Central Command

President Donald Trump has nominated Marine Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., Citadel graduate, as the next commander of Central Command.

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The Lure of Bagpipes

In high school, Connor Fuhrman was a party-loving lacrosse player without a care for his future. He became the Regimental Academic Officer responsible for the academic success of the Corps of Cadets.

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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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Citadel graduate involved in Thai cave rescue describes dramatic operation

As the final moments of an 18-day ordeal unfolded before him, Citadel graduate and Air Force Maj. Charles Hodges felt a sense of relief, the same one felt the world over.

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Citadel alum Dan McDonnell to participate in USA vs. Japan Collegiate All-Star Series

Former Citadel player, Assistant Coach and current Louisville Coach, Dan McDonnell, will be on hand for the USA vs. Japan Collegiate All-Star Series.

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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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Richland deputy was killed in military combat. How a fitness event honors his memory.

Ryan Rawl was killed by a suicide bomber in an Afghan market in 2012. Now, Richland County honors the Citadel alum every Independence Day with a bootcamp.

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