My ring story: how the generosity of strangers helped change my life

I am the first in my family to graduate from The Citadel, but I hope I am creating a legacy for others here.

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My ring story: coming into the Corps broken did not break me

When I called the college to report my injury, the Navy ROTC office told me that my contract would be cancelled and I would have to wait to matriculate.

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My ring story: dedicated to the brothers I lost

I have chosen to honor my two brothers on my own Band of Gold. In their memory, I have inscribed “CR & AR” on my ring, so that I know that I will always carry them with me.

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Civic service continues as cadets and students study abroad

Citadel cadets and students are continuing their commitment to civic service as they travel abroad.

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Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. Students earn nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual and intelligence course.

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A foundation for success

Army National Guard Cadet Miller Ford knew from a young age that he wanted to join the Military, but he didn’t realize it could also help him pay for his education.

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Wonder women

“I want to get my hands in there and guide people the right way,” says Paige Herbst, Army National Guard cadet.

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PFC. Ralph Johnson Scholarship Continues Marine’s Legacy Of Changing Lives

Montray Robinson, a Goose Creek High School graduate, is the first recipient of the PFC Ralph Johnson, USMC, MOH Scholarship.

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