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Friday
September 21, 2018
1Colonial warfare historian to talk about borderlands strife

David Preston will be at Saratoga Town Hall in Schuylerville Saturday afternoon to discuss the colonial conflicts that occurred along the eastern New York frontier from 1650 to 1777, when the Americans and British fought two battles at Saratoga. Preston, a history professor at The Citadel in South Carolina, has researched the decades of conflict during that period and how it led to the Revolutionary War's Battles of Saratoga.

Other media sources reporting this story include:

The News & Observer
New Jersey Herald
WBNG News

Published in: The State - Online
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Friday
September 21, 2018
2Abbeville Opera House play tells story of Citadel grad, SC WWII hero

The life of a South Carolina native, Citadel graduate and World War II hero is the subject of a local play opening the season at Abbeville Opera House.

See You in St. Lo tells the story of the war hero who said those words moments before he was killed in France, Major Thomas Howie. The script was written by Abbeville resident and award-winning screenplay writer Shelley Reid.

Published in: South Carolina Radio Network - Online
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Friday
September 21, 2018
3College News

Christopher Thorsen of Edison was awarded a gold star who achieved a 3.7 grade-point average and Paul Vargas of Edison was named to the spring dean's list with a 3.20 grade-point average at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.

Published in: Central Jersey - Online
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Friday
September 21, 2018
4What is the Economic Impact of Tariffs?

The United States suddenly finds itself in the middle of a vast international kerfuffle about international trade barriers and tariffs apparently arbitrarily imposed to increase the cost of imported goods. Where did this come from? What will the impacts be?

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Friday
September 21, 2018
5Game Day Central: At Mercer

The Bulldogs hit the road for the second time in Southern Conference play as they travel to face Mercer on Sept. 22. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. at Five Star Stadium.

Published in: Citadel Sports - Online
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Friday
September 21, 2018
6Weekend preview: Bulldogs open SoCon play at Samford, Chattanooga

Southern Conference play opens up this week with The Citadel women's soccer team on the road at Samford (Friday, Sept. 21) and Chattanooga (Sunday, Sept. 23). It marks the second straight year the Bulldogs have opened SoCon play on the road as the 2017 Bulldogs began last year's conference campaign at Mercer.

Published in: Citadel Sports - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
1A foundation for success

Thanks to a range of education, training and tuition programs, when you commit to serve, the Military commits to supporting your future

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. Miller is a junior at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, but when he arrived, a college degree wasn’t his only ambition.

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
2Wonder women

“I want to get my hands in there and guide people the right way,” says Paige Herbst, Army National Guard cadet. While she’s a natural leader, she admits she had a little help. “I’d say that’s who I am, but more so, the Military definitely brought it out in me,” she says.

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
3Albany Technical College Signs A Pathway Program Agreement with The Citadel

Albany Technical College officially signed a Pathway Program agreement with The Citadel on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 that paves the way for students at Albany Technical College to work on a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in conjunction with the completion of their studies at Albany Technical College.

Published in: Albany CEO - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
4A Real Agenda for a Renewal of Free Market Liberalism

By Dr. Richard M. Ebeling, BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel

To mark its 175th birthday, the highly regarded and widely read British news magazine The Economist published a “manifesto” in its September 15, 2018, issue outlining its agenda for a renewed and relevant political and economic liberalism for the 21st century. But can it restore the liberal ideal at a time when liberalism is under attack from so many directions?

Published in: American Institute for Economic Research - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
5In Remembrance: Dr. Fayrine Gilmore Brown

It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Dr. Fayrine Gilmore Brown on Monday, September 7, 2018. Dr. Brown was born September 24, 1951, in Texarkana, Texas. Dr. Brown earned her doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in the area of Education Leadership. She also has a BA (Bachelor of Arts) degree from Bishop College – Dallas, Texas; MAT (Masters of Art in Teaching) degree from the College of Charleston – Charleston, SC.; M.Ed (Masters of Education) degree from the Citadel – Charleston, SC.; and Ed.S (Educational Specialist) degree from the Citadel – Charleston, SC.

Published in: The Chronicle - Online
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Thursday
September 20, 2018
6Hurricane Alters S.C. Sports Schedules

The impending threat of Hurricane Florence significantly altered the local sports schedule last week, forcing several games to be rescheduled or postponed. The entire preps slate was washed out alongside the closings of the respective high schools. The S.C. High School League voted Tuesday to make up the missed football games on Nov. 2, marking the third time in four years the regular season has been extended due to weather. The S.C. Independent School Association has no plans to make up the football games missed in its league, despite potential region and playoff implications. There are currently no plans to extend the seasons of other fall sports.

The football game between The Citadel and Charleston Southern scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday has been postponed. The teams have agreed to reschedule Saturday's postponed game until Nov. 29 at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The game is contingent on neither team qualifying for the FCS playoffs.

Published in: Athletic Business - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
1FUTURES Magazine 2018

FUTURES magazine provides an in-depth look into the lives of the people who make up today's Military - from careers and education to how they spend their down time.

Featuring Citadel cadets Paige Herbst and Miller Ford.

Published in: Today's Military - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
2Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a 10-week summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. The program earns students nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual perception course they participate in throughout the summer.

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
3Tri-Town News On Campus, Sept. 19

Christian Shave of Howell was named to the dean’s list at The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., for his academic achievements during the 2018 spring semester.

Published in: Central Jersey - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
4Examiner On Campus, Sept. 19

The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., awarded a gold star to Christopher Bellanova of Allentown, who achieved a 3.7 grade point average or higher during the 2018 spring semester.

Published in: Central Jersey - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
5While Citadel football dodged Hurricane Florence, Bulldogs’ schedule got tougher

With his team sidelined by Hurricane Florence, Citadel coach Brent Thompson found himself with a lot of time and a TV remote in his hand on Saturday. “I watched a lot of football,” he said Tuesday. “Some of it good and some of it not so good.” Some of the best ball, unfortunately for Thompson, was played by The Citadel’s next two opponents, Southern Conference team Mercer and non-conference foe Towson. The Bulldogs play at both schools in the next two weeks.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Online
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Wednesday
September 19, 2018
6Volleyball travels to SC State for midweek match

The Citadel volleyball team will travel to Orangeburg, South Carolina for a midweek match against South Carolina State. S.C. State currently holds an 0-8 record while The Citadel sits at 4-6.

Published in: Citadel Sports - Online
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Tuesday
September 18, 2018
1Plastics: The Final Straw?

We’re back! This week we tackle the War on Straws and how worried we should be about all the plastic filling our oceans. We speak to marine biologist Christine Figgener, environmental educator Carrie Roble, physiology Prof. John Weinstein, and ecology Prof. David Barnes.

Published in: Gimlet Media - Online
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Tuesday
September 18, 2018
2‘The Man Who Knew Bin Laden’

Tune in to the new Quilliam Internationals podcast with your host Muhammad-Fraser-Rahim to hear more from: ‘The Man Who Knew Bin Laden’.

Think you know the real Bin Laden? This man does. Noman Benotman came from a wealthy Libyan family. As a child, he spent his holidays in Britain. Radicalised by the idealistic Islamist politics sweeping the Middle East in the 1980s, he found himself camping with Bin Laden in Afghanistan . As a trusted confidante, he discussed and debated politics and theology with the Al Qaida leader. In his own words he describes the man behind the monster, and his own journey out of extremism.

Published in: Quilliam International - Online
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Tuesday
September 18, 2018
3Meet Sarah Zorn, first woman to lead Corps of Cadets at The Citadel

In our series, Profiles in Service, we spotlight Americans who dedicate their lives to helping others. First on "CBS This Morning," we met Sarah Zorn, the first woman to lead the Corps of Cadets at The Citadel. The South Carolina military college first allowed women to join the Corps in 1995 under federal court order. Women now make up about 9 percent of the undergraduate student body. Norah O'Donnell reports.

Published in: CBS News Radio - Online
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Tuesday
September 18, 2018
4PFC. 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. Robinson graduated last May in the top third of his class. While in school, he played soccer and was a member of the school’s band. He reported to The Citadel March 11 where he was assigned to the Regimental Band and plans to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Published in: The Chronicle - Online
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Tuesday
September 18, 2018
5The Citadel-Charleston Southern to play Nov. 29

The Citadel and Charleston Southern have agreed to reschedule Saturday's postponed game until Nov. 29 at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The game is contingent on neither team qualifying for the FCS playoffs. The game, originally scheduled for Sept. 15, was postponed due to Hurricane Florence.

Published in: Citadel Sports - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
1First woman to lead Citadel's cadets says academy has changed "180 degrees" for women

In our series, Profiles in Service, we spotlight Americans who dedicate their lives to helping others."CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell speaks with the first woman to lead the corps of cadets at the Citadel. The South Carolina military college first allowed women to join the corps in 1995 under federal court order. Women now make up about nine percent of the undergraduate student body and that number continues to grow. At the helm of the more than 2,300 cadets is senior Sarah Zorn.

Published in: CBS This Morning - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
2Eighth Year As Top Public College in South by U.S. News & World Report

For the eighth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report ranks The Citadel as the #1 public college in the South offering up to a master’s degree. The Citadel ranks #3 Best College in the South, when private and public schools are combined, up from #4 last year.

Examples of other media sources reporting this story include:

WBBH TV
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
WIS TV
Washington Business Journal

 

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
3Citadel Foundation hires Gaylord Greene as chief athletics fundraiser

The Citadel Foundation (TCF) has tapped Lt. Col. Gaylord Greene, USA (Ret.), to serve as its next Vice President for Athletic Development. Greene currently serves as Senior Associate Athletics Director for the Army West Point Athletic Association at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
4SC colleges and universities prepare to return to class

After taking precautions for the threat of Hurricane Florence, college students are gearing up to return to class.

Citadel officials are planning to return to normal operations, including normal class schedules, on Tuesday. The military college stated that they will continue to follow the delay and closing schedule of the Charleston County government.

Published in: WCSC Live 5 News - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
5Jennifer Pozzani named to The Citadel’s spring 2018 dean’s list

Jennifer Pozzani of Stony Point was named to The Citadel’s dean’s list for their academic achievements during the 2018 spring semester.

Published in: Rockland County Times - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
6Local students making college news

Katherine Keller of East Williston was named to the Dean’s List for academic achievements during the 2018 spring semester.

Published in: The Island Now - Online
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Monday
September 17, 2018
7Macro Aggregates Hide the Real Market Processes at Work

By Dr. Richard M. Ebeling, BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel

For the 12 months that ended in July 2018, price inflation in the United States, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, was 2.9 percent. That is, a basket of goods that cost $100 in July 2017 increased in expense by almost $3 by July 2018. But is this sort of index really all that needs to be emphasized when discussing the impact of inflationary processes at work in the United States or any other country in the world? No, very far from it.

Published in: American Institute for Economic Research - Online
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