The student activities building. It houses a variety of services for cadets as well as The Citadel Bookstore; Buyer Auditorium, named in honor of former U.S. Representative from Indiana Steven Buyer, Class of 1980; and the Munnerlyn Food Court, a full-service snack bar open to the public.
The burial site of The Citadel’s 11th president and one of America’s top five commanders during World War II. Gen. Mark W. Clark became the nation’s youngest three-star general at the age of 46. He commanded the Fifth Army and later the 15th Army Group. When he died in 1984, his funeral in Summerall Chapel drew dignitaries from around the world.
Named for the wife of Charleston philanthropist Andrew Buist Murray, this was one of the first buildings erected on campus. First Battalion is named for Andrew Buist Murray.
Named for 1924 alumnus Col. David S. McAlister, the field house was rebuilt in the late 1980s with the same facade and a 6,000-seat arena. McAlister, which contains offices for the athletic director and staff, frequently hosts large campus gatherings, such as the annual commencement ceremony for the Corps of Cadets and the Greater Issues speaker series.