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Allison Bringardner named winner of NACAS South Regional Rising Star Award
During Hurricane Florence, Chad DeKold gave up his leave to help manage a shelter in North Charleston for people whose homes were threatened.
Donnell was passionate about football, but when he realized that he was only going to be an average player, he revised his playbook and became passionate about what he knew he could do well.
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.
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.
When Catherine Hill learned that her father’s alma mater offered nursing, she committed to an education that challenged her beyond anything she expected.
As a sophomore football player he was sidelined and at a crossroads when he realized that he could still win.
As cadets and students return to campus and a new school year begins, The Citadel is launching a new brand campaign.