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Friday
November 21, 2014
.Two new lawsuits filed against Louis "Skip" ReVille

A child sex predator who abused dozens of boys in three different counties in the Lowcountry is facing two new lawsuits. 
One lawsuit names The Citadel, the other names The Citadel's president, lawyer, and director of the summer camp where ReVille worked. Both lawsuits claim Citadel leaders ignored complaints against ReVille, allowing him to keep abusing children. 

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - website
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Friday
November 21, 2014
Another suit filed against the Citadel in ReVille molestation case

Another lawsuit is filed against the President of the Citadel in connection to Louis "Skip" ReVille. The lawsuit claims the school covered up allegations of sexual abuse years before ReVille was arrested in 2011.  The suit, filed November 13th, names President John Rosa and 3 others.

Broadcast on: WCBD-TV 2 (Charleston) - website
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Friday
November 21, 2014
Silver Shako at stake in Citadel-VMI matchup

The Citadel wraps up the 2014 season on Saturday with the Military Classic of the South and the battle for the coveted Silver Shako when the Bulldogs take on VMI in Lexington, Va., at 1:30. The game can be seen live on ESPN3 and heard throughout South Carolina on The Citadel Sports Network beginning with the tailgate show at 11:30 a.m.

Broadcast on: WCBD-TV 2 (Charleston) - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
...New lawsuit accuses Citadel, school officials of covering up for serial molester

A victim of serial molester Louis "Skip" ReVille has filed a lawsuit against Citadel President retired air Force Lt. Gen. John Rosa, an attorney for the school and others accused of "covering up" allegations of sexual abuse that surrounded ReVille years before his arrest in 2011.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
..NCAA grant to help Citadel develop alcohol abuse and awareness programs

A recent grant award to The Citadel will help the military college develop programs aimed at guiding cadets to make good choices about alcohol.  The NCAA's CHOICES grant program has awarded The Citadel $30,000 over three years to fund alcohol awareness and education programs through the college's Campus Alcohol and Drug Information Center.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
.Spend Christmas in Charleston and Maybe Forever (circulated by 38 additional media outlets)

 Seniors can generally take any class offered, but many colleges also have specialized senior learning programs. Charleston Southern College and The Citadel are also located within the community. Colleges in Charleston SC attract students from all over the country, affording opportunities for forging new friendships.

Published in: MoneyShow.com - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
CofC and The Citadel Crown the 2014 S.C. Spanish Teacher of the Year

On November 13 at 7pm the College of Charleston’s and The Citadel’s chapters of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, crowned their 10th annual S.C. Spanish Teacher of the Year for 2014: Ashleigh Berrian of Meadow Glen Middle School in Lexington, S.C. All three finalists were recognized with award plaques during a ceremony in the Greater Issues Room of Mark Clark Hall at The Citadel.

Published in: College of Charleston website - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
Moore leads Citadel over Toccoa Falls

Ashton Moore drilled a career-best six 3-pointers en route to a team-best 20 points to lead The Citadel to a 71-58 victory over Toccoa Falls in the Bulldogs' home opener Wednesday night at McAlister Field House. After starting the season just 2-of-13 from downtown, Moore went 6-of-15 from deep - including 4-of-8 in the first half for 14 points - and dished out four assists and grabbed three rebounds for The Citadel (1-2), which is now 15-2 in its last 17 home openers.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
Moore, Horgan Lead Dogs in 71-58 Home Opening Win

Ashton Moore scored a team-high 20 points and P.J. Horgan added 18 points and seven rebounds as The Citadel earned an 71-58 victory over Toccoa Falls in its home opener on Wednesday evening. Entering the second half with a 38-23 advantage, The Citadel combined the inside play of Horgan and C.J. Bray with the 3-point shooting of Moore and Marshall Harris III to lead 50-35 just under eight minutes into the frame.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - website
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Thursday
November 20, 2014
Unforced turnover (letter to the editor - scroll down)

I was able to come to Charleston and watch the exciting Furman-Citadel football game recently and actually held a hard copy of The Post and Courier in my hands on Sunday instead of my normal online version. I was quite disappointed to see a tiny headline with an opening paragraph on the front page of the Sports section mentioning the game, with coverage on Page 3 to include a black-and-white photo of The Citadel's Jake Stenson diving for the end zone after breaking tackles.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
Alcohol education grant in action at The Citadel

The Campus Alcohol and Drug Information Center (CADIC) at The Citadel is a department within the Office of the Commandant that educates cadets about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse. The mission of CADIC is to enhance the well-being of cadets and students by decreasing risk factors contributing to substance abuse while empowering them to make healthy choices. This mission is achieved through services, programs, events and outreach that are now being enhanced by a three-year grant provided by the National College Athletic Association (NCAA).

Published in: Office of Communications - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
Citadel football 'ticked off' heading into final game at VMI

By Tuesday, the heartbreak of The Citadel's 20-17 loss to Samford on Senior Day last week had hardened into something else.  "We've moved on from feeling sorry for ourselves to more of a ticked off, mad as fire attitude," coach Mike Houston said at his weekly news conference Tuesday.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
Community events

Guest speaker - The World Affairs Council of Charleston will present its third speaker of the season on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. at the Citadel Alumni Center. The subject is “The role of Pakistan in the context of the Dec. 31 U.S. withdrawal of U.S. combat personnel from Afghanistan.” The speaker is Dr. C. Christine Fair, assistant professor in the Peace and Security Studies Program at Georgetown University.

Published in: Moultrie News - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
Medal of Honor Bowl tickets on sale Saturday

Tickets to the second annual Medal of Honor Bowl game go on sale Saturday.  The college football all-star game is set for 2:30 p.m. Jan. 10 at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium.  General admission tickets on the stadium's east side are $15 each, with general admission tickets on the west side going for $20 each.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
obit - Roy Lynn Sanders

Roy Lynn Sanders, 76, of Morganton slipped through Heaven's Doors into the arms of our Heavenly Father on Tuesday, November 18, 2014.  Born August 2, 1938 in Mecklenburg County he was the son of the late Roy Spurgeon Sanders and Johnsie Sanders McGill. After graduating from Myers Park High School, Roy attended the Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, and went on to serve in the Air National Guard during the Vietnam War.

Published in: Bladen Journal - website
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Wednesday
November 19, 2014
The Citadel Announces 2015 Baseball Schedule

Five conference champions, three new Southern Conference members and the continuation of rivalries against several in-state opponents highlight The Citadel's 2015 baseball schedule, head coach Fred Jordan announced on Wednesday. At the conclusion of a challenging regular season slate, the Bulldogs will serve as host to the SoCon Tournament at Riley Park on May 20-24.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - website
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Tuesday
November 18, 2014
Fitzgerald's Croley signs with The Citadel

Fitzgerald senior Johnny Croley is taking his talents to Charleston, SC and The Citadel. The Purple Hurricane pitcher signed his national letter of intent Tuesday morning. He says The Citadel was a perfect fit for what he wants in baseball and academically.

Published in: Toledo News - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
..Joe Riley, Pat Conroy among six inducted into Citadel Athletics Hall of Fame (news roundup)
Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
..More gambling doesn't up fixing

Sean Patrick Griffin, a professor of criminal justice at The Citadel and the author of "Gaming the Game," which details the NBA gambling scandal involving former referee Tim Donaghy, says the topic of increased gambling and match-fixing has been discussed for years in Europe, where gambling on sports is legal.

Published in: ESPN - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
.4 million pledged to Citadel education school (scroll down)

Charleston business leader and philanthropist Anita Zucker, along with the Zucker family, have pledged $4 million to support and advance The Citadel’s education school. Dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 11, the Zucker Family School of Education is the first of The Citadel’s academic schools to be named for a major contributor.


Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2014/11/15/4609001_news-from-sc-campuses-nov-16.html?sp=/99/134/&rh=1#storylink=cpy
Published in: The Sun News (Myrtle Beach) - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
Citadel loses a heartbreaker on Senior Day, 20-17 to Samford

Citadel quarterback Aaron Miller stood with his helmet tucked under his left arm, staring straight ahead at the Corps of Cadets in the stands. After he finished singing the alma mater, the senior looked backed at the scoreboard before walking off the field at Johnson Hagood Stadium for the final time as a player.  What he saw on that scoreboard hurt.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
obit '59 - Clarence Johnson: Orlando native was best friend to many people

A "trickster" to his grandchildren and mentor who "broke the code of life," Orlando native Clarence Amory Johnson II died of cancer Nov. 13 adamant about one particular handling of his affairs in the hereafter. As a third generation Floridian, the younger Johnson lived nearly all of his life in Orlando, proud of his schools, from Princeton Elementary to Edgewater High, and rooted in business and real estate. He left for the Citadel military college, a stint in the Air Force and summers in Maine.

Published in: Orlando Sentinel - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
SC startup's app focuses on corporate wellness

Two entrepreneurs hope to take corporate wellness to a whole new level. Gene Nettles ('98), 38, and his wife, Rosanne, 32, both of Spartanburg are developing their digital tech startup Rally Fit at the Iron Yard's second accelerator in downtown this year, along with eight other teams.

Published in: Erie Times News - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
SC startup’s app focuses on corporate wellness

Two entrepreneurs hope to take corporate wellness to a whole new level. Gene Nettles ('98), 38, and his wife, Rosanne, 32, both of Spartanburg are developing their digital tech startup Rally Fit at the Iron Yard’s second accelerator in downtown this year, along with eight other teams.

Published in: Washington Times - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
State Street Global Advisors Appoints David Saulnier ('89) to Chief Risk Officer

State Street Global Advisors (SSgA), the asset management business of State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT), announced today the appointment of David Saulnier as chief risk officer. Saulnier, age 47, previously served as chief risk officer for State Street’s investment servicing business in the Americas. He will assume his new role at SSgA effective immediately.

Published in: Business Wire - website
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Monday
November 17, 2014
VMI edges The Citadel 66-65

Trey Chapman made a 3-pointer with 19 seconds left to lift Virginia Military Institute over The Citadel 66-65 on Friday night. P.J. Horgan hit two free throws with 2:43 left to give The Citadel a 65-63 lead.  QJ Peterson led VMI with 25 points on 10-of-23 shooting. Brian Brown added 16, including four 3-pointers, and Chapman had five points. The Keydets made 11 of 29 3-pointers, compared to just 2 of 4 for The Citadel.

Published in: FOX Sports - website
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Sunday
November 16, 2014
.Citadel Receives $4 Million Gift for College of Education

The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, has received a $4 million gift from local businesswoman and philanthropist Anita Zucker and her family in support of its School of Education. Made as part of the military college's LEAD Plan 2018 campaign, the gift will provide support for current programs at the School of Education as well as an expansion of its curriculum.

Published in: Philanthropy News Digest - website
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Saturday
November 15, 2014
Air Force beats The Citadel 68-55

Max Yon hit four 3-pointers and finished with 16 points to lead Air Force past The Citadel 68-55 in the All-Military Classic on Saturday.  Justin Hammonds and Hayden Graham added nine points apiece for Air Force (1-1). The Falcons made 24 of 43 shots, including 9 of 20 from 3-point range, and outrebounded The Citadel 34-22.

Published in: USA TODAY - website
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Friday
November 14, 2014
...Conroy being inducted into Citadel Athletic Hall (news roundup)
Published in: State and local media outlets - website
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Friday
November 14, 2014
..Anita Zucker pledges $4 million to name The Citadel’s School of Education

Celebrated Charleston business leader and philanthropist Anita Zucker, and the Zucker family, have generously pledged $4 million to support and advance The Citadel’s School of Education. The family’s gift will name and endow the Zucker Family School of Education, providing support for current programs and expanding its educational curriculum.

Published in: Lowcountry BizSC - website
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