Col. Cardon Crawford, USA (Ret.), ’83, now senior vice president for The Citadel

“Col. Cardon Crawford’s proven abilities as a military commander and strategist…make him ideally suited to oversee the daily operations of The Citadel.”

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Reuniting after 20 years: The Citadel’s first female African American graduates to be honored on campus

The Citadel African Alumni Association brings the seven women together to be honored Feb. 4 at parade Photo above: The first female African American cadets to graduate from The Citadel

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Interim executive director Howard Knapp, ’08, to lead South Carolina Election Commission permanently

The South Carolina Election Commission unanimously voted Howard Knapp, ’08, the permanent head of the agency overseeing elections.

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Alumnus, veteran named Presidential Leadership Scholar

I applied to become a Presidential Leadership Scholar with the hope of working on a project to close the unemployment gap for military spouses and veterans.

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Nurses from Citadel’s first class of BSN graduates help deliver professor’s baby at MUSC

Nurses Maddy Salem and Tamar Sternfeld reflect on helping Citadel family, working as nurses since graduating amid pandemic Michael and Jacey Verdicchio got a happy surprise when checking into the

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Army Ranger and Citadel alumnus Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz awarded Medal of Honor

“Christopher Celiz was courage made flesh,” said President Joe Biden during the Medal of Honor presentation ceremony on Dec. 16.

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Prime placement for the world-famous story authored by a Citadel alumnus

The Wheel of Time, based on the book series by Robert Jordan (aka James Rigney, ’74) premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, Nov. 19

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The Citadel Alumni Association 2021 Awards

Charles D. Burnside’s sincere passion for The Citadel was infectious and motivated those with whom he interacted.

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