Ben Carnell’s journey, from Citadel football to American soldier: ‘The last 100 yards’

Photo: Special Forces Capt. Ben Carnell, a former Citadel quarterback, was wounded a year ago while serving in Afghanistan (Courtesy: Grace Beahm Alford, The Post and Courier) As seen in

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The Citadel mounts ‘Biloxi Blues’ in partnership with South of Broadway Theatre Company

It’s the first collaboration between the school and the North Charleston-based company, and is part of The Citadel’s effort to expand its fine arts program.

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Citadel honors 50th anniversary of first African American graduate

It’s been 50 years since Charles Foster made history as the first African American graduate of The Citadel, and his legacy is continues to show.

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The “Oscar of Teaching” for South Carolina Goes to … Leslie Sullivan of North Charleston

Social studies teacher and Citadel Graduate College alumna Leslie Sullivan was surprised at Palmetto Scholars Academy with a $25,000 Milken Educator Award.

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Classmates of Corps of Cadets’ first African American graduate share memories of Charles D. Foster 50 years after his commencement

In this video, some of Foster’s classmates reflect on the man behind the “first” 50 years after Charles Foster’s graduation.

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Class of ’90 engineering alumnus promoted to Major General

Citadel School of Engineering alumnus promoted to major general with family and Citadel classmates at ceremony.

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From alumnus to cadet: building a career in construction engineering

As The Citadel’s first Construction Engineering majors prepare to graduate, an alumnus and senior cadet team up to guide future engineers.

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The Citadel honors South Bryan man for generous donation

A gift from Bob Mock, Citadel Class of 1958, will be used to establish an entrepreneurship lab at the college’s Baker School of Business.

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