His grandfather fought for the U.S. in Vietnam. Citadel’s Class of ’64 paid him back.

When the Class of 1964 found out Alex Pang-Riddle, Krajan’s grandson, was enrolled at The Citadel, members of the class decided to help with his tuition.

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Citadel alumnus awarded South Carolina’s highest civilian honor

Tommy Young, III, The Citadel Class of 1974, is being honored for his years of service and leadership with multiple organizations throughout the state.

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Planeside ceremony for the return of 1st Lt. Hugh McDowell, The Citadel Class of 2017

MDTA Police officers conduct a plane-side “Dignity Transfer” ceremony for all fallen members of the armed forces that arrive at BWI Airport and 1st Lt. McDowell will be no different.

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Meet some of The Citadel’s recent graduates who are getting straight to business

Meet three graduates from the Class of 2019 who will use what they learned in the Baker School of Business to get ahead in their professions.

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Alumni Campus Life News Releases

Honorary degree recipients recognized at Class of 2019 commencement ceremonies

Anually at graduation, The Citadel presents honorary degrees to the speakers for the commencement ceremonies for The South Carolina Corps of Cadets and The Citadel Graduate College, as well as

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The Citadel’s legacy of tradition continues with the Class of 2019

Legacy cadets and students receive their diplomas from special alumni Attending The Military College of South Carolina is a tradition for some families that dates back generations. That presents a

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Reflecting on a life lived in the service of others: E. Fritz Hollings, Citadel Class of 1942

Former U.S. Senator and former South Carolina Governor, E. Fritz Hollings lived his life in the service of others; the kind of servant-leader The Citadel, through its mission to educate and develop principled leaders, strives to produce.

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A letter from Joseph P. Riley Jr., to fellow Citadel alumnus, colleague and friend, Ernest Fritz Hollings

Citadel professor and former Charleston Major Joe Riley’s final letter to former Sen. and fellow Citadel alumnus, Ernest Fritz Hollings.

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A statement on the passing of Senator Fritz Hollings

As a cadet, soldier, governor, senator and citizen, Fritz Hollings cared deeply about those who were less fortunate. He focused on the importance of keeping our nation strong and secure.

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Citadel alum with Parkinson’s returns for annual parade, fulfilling last wish

Norris “Buck” Newton, who has been living with Parkinson’s Disease for more than a decade, had one of his last wishes to come true on Saturday.

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