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October 20, 2017
1. Citadel soccer player Caroline Cashion vows to come back from spinal injury: 'I want to play again'

It's a play that Craig and Yvonne Cashion have seen their daughter make many times in a lifetime dedicated to soccer. A corner kick, the ball high in the air and bending toward the goal. Caroline Cashion, a midfielder for The Citadel, leaps high to head the ball away. She collides with another player and falls to the grass. "I normally tell her, 'Just shake it off,'" Craig Cashion said. "I was waiting for her to hop up and be ready to go." But this time, Caroline didn't get up.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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October 20, 2017
2. Will The Citadel's Board of Visitors be changed?

The Citadel is unique among South Carolina's public colleges and universities because only graduates may be appointed to its governing board. Many feel that should change, but it's unclear if it will. The state's Legislative Audit Council looked at the board's composition as part of a sweeping review of the Charleston-based military college. The results, released Wednesday, include 50 recommendations. The very first urges the General Assembly to require that at least a minority of the board include non-alumni members.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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October 20, 2017
3. The Agenda: Citadel board facing possible shakeup, Charleston tourist linked to mysterious Cuba 'attacks'

Following a review by South Carolina's Legislative Audit Council, support has grown for re-evaluating who can serve on The Citadel's governing board — namely, opening the board up to non-alumni members.

Published in: Charleston City Paper
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