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April 24, 2018
1. SC Football Players Could be Picked in NFL Draft

Student-athletes from South Carolina, Clemson, South Carolina State, and The Citadel are hoping one team will give them the chance, but draft experts have different opinions on their abilities.

Published in: WLTX 19 - Online
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April 24, 2018
2. Citadel cadets, faculty and partners honored for civic engagement

Citadel cadets, faculty and partners are being recognized for their commitment to service learning and civic engagement by South Carolina Campus Compact (SCCC). SCCC is a coalition of 17 South Carolina colleges and universities that collaborate to promote and develop the civic purposes of higher education.

As a SCCC member, The Citadel annually nominates candidates for the South Carolina Civic Engagement Leadership Awards. All nominees were honored, and some won statewide awards, during the 2018 Civic Engagement Leadership Summit on Friday, April 13. The nominees were recognized on campus during an awards ceremony on Friday, April 20.

Published in: LowCountryBizSC - Online
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April 24, 2018
3. Oxford’s retiring Public Defender, Richard C. Davis, believes everyone deserves a second chance

Richard C. Davis believes everyone deserves a second chance – and sometimes even a third or fourth chance. For 30 years, he has helped provide those chances to countless individuals as the Municipal Public Defender for Oxford.

Davis understands needing a second chance. Growing up in Miami by a single mother, he admits he was a difficult child, heading down a wrong path with no guidance. In an attempt to get her son back on track and provide discipline and order that she alone couldn’t provide, his mother sent Davis to live at the Thornwell Orphanage in South Carolina at 11 years old.

He lived at the orphanage, that also served as a boy’s school until he graduated high school and attended Citadel Military College.

Published in: Oxford Eagle - Online
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