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The Citadel in the News: Archive

June 2005

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Thursday
June 30, 2005
Islanders' grandson graduates from The Citadel
Their grandson, Patrick Joseph O'Rourke Jr., who graduated in May with high honors from The Citadel - The Military College of South Carolina, awaits his commission as a 2nd Lt. in August where he will be attending the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma.
Published in: Marco Island Sun Times - web site
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Thursday
June 30, 2005
(Radio interview with Gen. Michael Barrett)
This is an interview with Professor Michael Barrett on WBT radio in Charlotte on the Wednesday morning news show discussing President Bush's speech.
Broadcast on: WBT - Charlotte, NC

Thursday
June 30, 2005
Allard: AFA needs religion rules now
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Army is expected to exceed its active-duty recruiting goal in June after significant shortfalls in the last four months, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday.
Published in: Gazette.com (Colorado Springs, CO) - web site

Thursday
June 30, 2005
CGPS ad - not web accessible
Citadel CGPS info session Tuesday, July 12th 5-6:30 pm, Holliday Alumni Center
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB5

Thursday
June 30, 2005
Claflin will have chapel for first time in 37 years
Steeple will be highest point on campus as reminder of university’s roots...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
June 30, 2005
Colleges' push to excel creates above-average tuition
Public universities and colleges in South Carolina are trading in their affordability for what school officials say is a higher-quality education — a move that has propelled state schools upward in the college rankings but left sticker-shocked students and parents in its wake...
Published in: Greenville News - web site
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Thursday
June 30, 2005
Legendary Jolly to join S.C. tennis hall of fame
...The Hall of Fame’s other inductee will be Ben Varn of Inman. Varn played at Charleston High School, The Citadel — winning Southern Conference and state titles all four years — and in the Air Force. He was ranked as high as No. 8 nationally in singles and No. 5 in doubles...
Published in: The State - Page C2

Thursday
June 30, 2005
USC’s research campus could stretch across the state
The next phase of USC’s research campus calls for a new, larger home for the USC Nanocenter and new health sciences buildings in Columbia, Greenville and Charleston.
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
June 29, 2005
Army expects rosy recruiting numbers for June
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Army is expected to exceed its active-duty recruiting goal in June after significant shortfalls in the last four months, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday...
Broadcast on: CNN.com - web site

Wednesday
June 29, 2005
Campus to hatch cars of future
Goal of Clemson center to create hub for students, industry researchers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,01

Wednesday
June 29, 2005
Citadel's gain (letter to the editor - scroll down)
From personal experience and as an alumnus of the U.S. Air Force Academy, I believe Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. probably is the best superintendent the academy has ever had.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Wednesday
June 29, 2005
Easley's Ragsdale turns Outlaw to chase racing dream
EASLEY — Like thousands of Easley youngsters, Will Ragsdale ('97) grew up attending races at Greenville-Pickens Speedway, learning about the names painted on the wall of champions, dreaming of making his own magic on the historic half-mile oval. He went to college at The Citadel, where he earned a business degree, and ended up back in Easley, handling sales accounts at Martin Printing Co...
Published in: Greenville News - web site
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Monday
June 27, 2005
Female Citadel grads tiny, growing group
CHARLESTON - The Citadel, long the exclusive preserve of young men, has opened its doors to young women in ways some alumni might have thought impossible a decade ago. "The pool of women interested in going to a military college is relatively small," said Nancy Mace, who in 1999 became the first woman to graduate from the Corps of Cadets. "I don't believe we'll ever see a big jump in the numbers."
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Sunday
June 26, 2005
Number of Citadel women rises sharply
CHARLESTON — The Citadel, long the exclusive preserve of young men, has opened its doors to young women in ways some alumni might have believed impossible a decade ago. “The pool of women interested in going to a military college is relatively small,” said Nancy Mace, who in 1999 became the first woman to graduate from the Corps of Cadets. “I don’t believe we’ll ever see a big jump in the numbers.”
Published in: The State - web site

Sunday
June 26, 2005
Seasoned leader steps in to direct Citadel's growth
CHARLESTON - A decade ago, the gray Moorish architecture on The Citadel campus came to symbolize the state military college's fortress mentality as it mobilized to keep a teenage Anderson County woman out of its all-male Corps of Cadets. Today, after a federal court order to admit Shannon Faulkner and a new president who threw open its gates, the college is more open, more diverse and far less controversial. With its past and future in mind, The Citadel's board announced last week the college's next president would be an active duty three-star Air Force general, a Citadel graduate who embodies all that today's Citadel leaders would like every cadet to become...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Friday
June 24, 2005
Affirmative Action: Two Years Later
U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights is pushing colleges to drop race-conscious policies and programs that are both effective and lawful, according to a report issued Thursday by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund...
Published in: Inside Higher Ed - web site

Friday
June 24, 2005
Tuition to increase at USC campuses (not web accessible)
COLUMBIA--The University of South Carolina board of trustees gave final approval Thursday for tuition increases at all eith campuses for the 2005-06 school year as part of an $862 million budget passed Thursday, according to a release from the university.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Friday
June 24, 2005
USC to name new assistant basketball coach
USC basketball coach Dave Odom will announce today that he will add a familiar face to the Gamecocks’ staff. Furman assistant coach Ken Potosnak, who spent two seasons as a graduate assistant on Odom’s staff at Wake Forest, will fill the vacancy left when former assistant Ricky Stokes took the head coach position at East Carolina. Potosnak was an assistant for five seasons at The Citadel before spending seven years with the Paladins...
Published in: The State - web site

Friday
June 24, 2005
USC wins over best, brightest
For first time ever, more than a third of freshmen will come from out of state...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Thursday
June 23, 2005
Air Force Academy Staff Found Promoting Religion
WASHINGTON, June 22 - An Air Force panel sent to investigate the religious climate at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs found evidence that officers and faculty members periodically used their positions to promote their Christian beliefs and failed to accommodate the religious needs of non-Christian cadets, its leader said Wednesday...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Thursday
June 23, 2005
Furman gets $4.3 million from Duke Endowment (scroll down)
GREENVILLE--Furman University has been awarded three grants totaling $4.3 million from the Duke Endowment of Charlotte...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
June 23, 2005
Gibbes director accepts top post at Converse College
Betsy Fleming spent the past three years adding texture, color and depth to a lackluster and financially struggling Gibbes Museum of Art in downtown Charleston. Fleming, the museum's executive director, announced Wednesday that she will display her leadership talents at Converse College in Spartanburg. Fleming, 36, was publicly named as the ninth president of the all-women's liberal arts college. Selected from an initial pool of about 100 candidates, she will take the helm sometime in October...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Thursday
June 23, 2005
Report cites religious insensitivity at Air Force Academy
WASHINGTON--The Air Force Academy has been troubled by insensitivity toward non-Christian cadets and staff, but officials have not committed acts of overt religious discrimination, military investigators said Wednesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A5

Thursday
June 23, 2005
The Good Life in the High Hills of Santee (not web accessible)
(article written by Col. James A.W. Rembert, professor of English)
Published in: Charleston Mercury - Page 1,4

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
Air Force Chaplain Submits Resignation
WASHINGTON, June 21 - An Air Force Academy chaplain who accused superiors of improperly promoting evangelical Christianity among cadets submitted her resignation from the military on Tuesday, one day before an official task force was to report on the religious climate at the campus, in Colorado Springs...
Published in: Washington Post - web site

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
Citadel Reacts To Air Force Academy Report
THE MAN SET TO TAKE OVER AT THE CITADEL.. AT THE CENTER OF A RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY.THE MAN SET TO TAKE OVER AT THE CITADEL.. AT THE CENTER OF A RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY. A REPORT RELEASED TODAY SAYS A CLIMATE OF RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE EXISTS AT HIS CURRENT SCHOOL.. THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY. THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF VISITORS TOLD ME TONIGHT.. THEY HAVE FAITH IN JOHN ROSA.. AS OF RIGHT NOW THEY'VE SEEN NOTHING TO PROVIDE ISSUE.. AND AS FAR AS THEY'RE CONCERNED.. IT'S NOT. A REPORT RELEASED TODAY SAYS A CLIMATE OF RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE EXISTS AT HIS CURRENT SCHOOL.. THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY. THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF VISITORS TOLD ME TONIGHT.. THEY HAVE FAITH IN JOHN ROSA.. AS OF RIGHT NOW THEY'VE SEEN NOTHING TO PROVIDE ISSUE.. AND AS FAR AS THEY'RE CONCERNED.. IT'S NOT.
Broadcast on: WCIV Channel 4 - Charleston - web site

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
College dean not liable for trying to review student newspaper
In an about-face from a decision two years ago, a federal appeals court has ruled a dean at Governors State University cannot be held liable in a lawsuit alleging she tried to review the student newspaper before it went to press. The lawsuit was filed by two former editors and a former writer at the Innovator newspaper at the University Park campus. The plaintiffs alleged Patricia Carter, dean of student affairs, ordered the newspaper's printer not to print any more issues until she had reviewed it after a series of controversial stories in 2000...
Published in: Chicago Sun-Times - web site

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
Delay looms in Air Force academy rape trial
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP) -- The start of an Air Force officer's trial on charges he raped a fellow cadet at the Air Force Academy could be delayed by a legal dispute over access to a rape counselor's records...
Broadcast on: CNN.com - web site

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
New dormitory right move to boost S.C. State (editorial)
SOUTH CAROLINA State University’s students are better off, and the university’s mission is enhanced, by the state Budget and Control Board’s decision to allow a dormitory project at the school to move forward...
Published in: The State - Page A10

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
Planting more miracles on the diamond
"This has become a rallying point for the whole community," Charleston Miracle League founder Channing Proctor (87-88 did not graudate from The Citadel) said as he gazed from the first-base dugout across Joe Griffith Miracle Field on the grounds of West Ashley's Forest Park Playground. The $130,000 worth of artificial turf allows for a smooth trip around the bases, as handicapped children from throughout the Lowcountry were thrilled to find out this spring. Charleston's inaugural Miracle League season included more than 100 players, kids with various handicaps united by the joy of opportunity...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Wednesday
June 22, 2005
Report faults Air Force Academy on religion
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Air Force Academy failed to accommodate minority beliefs but there is no overt religious discrimination at the college, an Air Force report on the religious climate at the institution said on Wednesday. The report was prompted by allegations that the academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, which produces junior officers for the U.S. Air Force, promotes evangelical Christianity and a climate of intolerance toward other religious beliefs...
Published in: Washington Post - web site

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
Academy's Leader Will Step Down to Become President of the Citadel (subscrption needed to view online)
Lt. Gen. John Rosa Jr. will step down as superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, an institution that has been investigated in recent years for ignoring sexual misconduct and religious discrimination, to become president of the Citadel, the South Carolina military college announced on Sunday...
Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education - web site

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
AFA's Rosa garners praise
Officials say his successor should have the same qualities of honesty and leadership he showed in handling academy scandals...
Published in: Denver Post - web site

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
Air Force Ends Intolerance Probe at School
DENVER -- The Pentagon said Tuesday it had finished its investigation into allegations of religious intolerance at the Air Force Academy _ a subject that has led to ugly confrontations in Congress and urgent calls for improvement... Mikey Weinstein of Albuquerque, N.M., an academy graduate and outspoken critic of alleged proselytizing at the prestigious school, said school superintendent Lt. Gen. John Rosa showed him the report in confidence Tuesday.
Published in: Washington Post - web site

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
Citadel's new leader takes bull by horns
From battling a sex-assault scandal to uncovering athletic steroids, Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. is seen by many as a proverbial rainmaker who turned around the U.S. Air Force Academy. During his two years in command, Rosa sought to reform the academy's culture via a pattern of first admitting problems, then promising reforms. Sometimes he took on an issue personally, inclu-ding his decision to study the causes of sexual assault in America...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
Corrections (not web accessible)
"Because of a reporter's error, a story on Page 1A of Monday's editions of The Post and Courier about the selection of Air Force Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr. as The Citadel's new president contained incorrect information. Nancy Mace graduated from The Citadel in 1999."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A2

Tuesday
June 21, 2005
CSU wants to cancel land sale
Charleston Southern University wants to cancel its offer to sell a riverfront parcel at Bacon's Bridge to a group that would set it aside as a Dorchester County park. Local conservationists are fighting to force the sale because the park is part of a deal to downsize the Poplar Grove development...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
June 20, 2005
Act now to cut college debt
WASHINGTON — If you have a student loan, chances are you earned a degree in confusion. One area that is particularly confusing is the federal consolidation program. For example, many borrowers who have already bundled their student loans into a single fixed rate loan with one payment are confused about letters they’ve been getting from lenders looking for their business...
Published in: The State - Page D1

Monday
June 20, 2005
Air Force Academy Chief to Head The Citadel
Air Force Academy Supt. Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr., who took over the Colorado Springs school after a sex assault scandal and acknowledged problems of religious intolerance, is leaving to become The Citadel's president...
Published in: Los Angeles Times - web site

Monday
June 20, 2005
Air Force Academy Head to Lead Citadel
DENVER, June 20 -- The superintendent of the Air Force Academy, Lt. Gen. John Rosa, who took over the school after a sex assault scandal and acknowledged problems of religious intolerance, is leaving to become president of his alma mater, The Citadel. Rosa, a 1973 Citadel graduate, will replace John Grinalds, who will leave Aug. 1 after eight years running the state military college in Charleston, S.C., to become headmaster at a private prep school there...
Published in: Washington Post - web site
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Monday
June 20, 2005
Air Force educator new Citadel president
The Citadel has chosen the Air Force Academy's superintendent as its new president, the military school's board said Sunday...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Monday
June 20, 2005
Army rolls out new approach to address recruiting shortfall
Army recruiters are changing their pitch. Instead of selling benefits and jobs, they are trying to become mentors and counselors to prospects. “We call it the Army interview,” said Lt. Col. David Dougherty, commander of the Columbia Recruiting Battalion. The new approach is being tried as the Army struggles to find enough recruits...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Monday
June 20, 2005
Citadel board names Air Force Academy's Rosa as new president
CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Citadel has chosen the U.S. Air Force Academy's superintendent as its new president, the military school's board said Sunday. Air Force Lt. Gen. John Rosa Jr. has run the academy since 2003. The 1973 Citadel graduate will replace Maj. Gen. John Grinalds, who leaves Aug. 1 after eight years running the state military college in Charleston...
Published in: The State - A 1,

Monday
June 20, 2005
Citadel board votes to raise tuition
Students at South Carolina’s military college will see tuition increase 6.7 percent in the fall. The Citadel board approved the increase Friday...
Published in: The State

Monday
June 20, 2005
Citadel names new president
Air Force Academy superintendent picked to run military school...
Published in: Charlotte Observer - web site

Monday
June 20, 2005
Lt. Gen. Rosa to lead Citadel
Board selects Air Force Academy superintendent as next president...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,4

Monday
June 20, 2005
New Citadel President
Charleston, SC - No longer in the works, the search for a new top Bulldog Administrator.
Broadcast on: WCIV Channel 4 - Charleston, SC - web site

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Air Force Academy Superintendent Leaving To Head Citadel
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Air Force Academy Superintendent John Rosa is resigning to become the president of his alma mater, The Citadel in South Carolina...
Broadcast on: The Denver Channel (channel 7) - web site

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Citadel Selects New President
DENVER -- Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. John Rosa, who took over the school following a sex assault scandal and acknowledged problems of religious intolerance, is leaving to become president of his alma mater, The Citadel...
Published in: Washington Post - web site

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Education played role in shaping him, but family more important (Wayne Daltry '69)
His sense of ethics and duty — which nearly everyone agrees has played a role in how the real estate market has emerged here — has deep roots. He was born at Fort Knox, Ky., the son of a highly decorated career Army infantry officer buried at the rank of colonel in Arlington National Cemetery. Daltry describes his dad as "quiet, never cruel." His mother was precocious, trend-setting and verbal, like Daltry. Easygoing as he seems on the surface, there is nothing soft about him... Daltry's life has been tempered by his enrollment in the Citadel, the tough- as-nails Southern military academy made famous in part by Pat Conroy's novel, "The Lords of Discipline," which describes a fierce warrior code gone wrong, but righted by a code of honor just as fierce.
Published in: The News-Press, Fort Myers, FL - web site

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Ex-Bulldog battles injury (not web accessible)
Former Citadel pitcher T.A. Fulmer is making a comeback after being placed on the disabled list for 20 day this season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Minor League Notes (scroll down)
... Citadel alumnus T.A. Fulmer returned to the mound for Class A Visalia on Sunday after a two-week layoff because of a sore shoulder. ...
Published in: The State - Page C8

Sunday
June 19, 2005
Relentless Pursuit: Buoniconti Keeps Promise, Gives Hope
Nick Buoniconti's Champagne glass was still in the air when the phone rang. Lounging on a New Jersey terrace beneath a bright October sun in 1985, Buoniconti and a college roommate had more than enough reasons to hold their glasses high. ...Buoniconti also had two sons trying to follow his path to the N.F.L.: Nick, a 21-year-old middle linebacker and senior captain at Duke, and Marc, a 19-year-old sophomore playing the same position at the Citadel...
Published in: The New York Times - ?
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Saturday
June 18, 2005
Citadel Increases Tuition For All Students
Charleston, SC (AP) - The Citadel's Board of Visitors increased tuition by an average of six-point-seven per-cent Friday...
Broadcast on: WCIV Channel 4- Charleston, SC - web site

Saturday
June 18, 2005
Citadel Increases Tuition For All Students
Charleston, SC (AP) - The Citadel's Board of Visitors increased tuition by an average of six-point-seven per-cent Friday...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4, Charleston - web site

Saturday
June 18, 2005
More tuition hikes troubling sign for access to schools (editorial)
University of South Carolina trustees are scheduled to vote Thursday on a 12 percent increase in tuition for undergraduate students. A year ago, USC implemented an 11 percent tuition hike while Clemson University raised its tuition 13 percent. Also at that time, the College of Charleston raised its in-state tuition by 7.5 percent. Trustees at Clemson and the College of Charleston will meet later this month to set their tuition for next year.
Published in: The State - ?

Friday
June 17, 2005
McPherson and Other Former Citadel Baseball Players Having a Breakthrough Year
Charleston, SC - Ever since The Citadel was placed in the national spotlight with an appearance in the 1990 College World Series, several Bulldogs have caught the eye of professional baseball. Recent notable players such as Dallas McPherson, Chip Cannon, Jonathan Ellis, Chris Morris, Britt Reames, and T.A. Fulmer have all been taken under the wings of major league organizations...
Published in: Collegesports.com - web site
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Friday
June 17, 2005
N.Y.U. Moves to Disband Graduate Students Union
New York University is moving to close down its graduate students union at the end of the summer, the labor movement's only toehold among graduate students at private universities. Union officials quickly attacked N.Y.U. 's plan and vowed to fight the university in any way they could...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Friday
June 17, 2005
Starting In on the Higher Ed Act
And they’re off. Members of the 109th Congress took their first formal actions on renewing the Higher Education Act Thursday, as the House Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Select Education drafted bills that deal with two sections of the mammoth higher education law...
Published in: Inside Higher Ed - web site

Friday
June 17, 2005
USC creates scholarship to attract minority students
COLUMBIA--The University of South Carolina School of Medicine has created a scholarship fund to attract more minority students. The school wants to raise $500,000 to help qualified minority students with the financial burdens of medical school, which can cost $30,000 a year at USC for in-state students, said Dr. Larry Faulkner, dean of the School of Medicine...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Thursday
June 16, 2005
Survival of the fittest on Military Channel (not web accessible)
NEW YORK -- "Survivor" fans who jmiss the physical aspect of the game should check out "Best Ranger" (8 p.m., Military Channel, three hours of coverage of the Army's Best Ranger competition held annually at Fort Benning, Ga.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D8

Thursday
June 16, 2005
Termites are out there, even if you don’t see them (BoV member noted)
...Termite damage is not covered by homeowner insurance, noted Allison Dean Love, executive director of the S.C. Insurance News Service, a nonprofit agency funded by insurers. Thus, people buying homes need termite bonds and need to maintain those anti-termite contracts with pest-control companies.
Published in: The State - web site

Thursday
June 16, 2005
USC fund adds to doctor’s legacy
Scholarships to help minority students follow in Everett Dargan’s footsteps...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Thursday
June 16, 2005
William Gist Jeter Jr. ('59 - obit)
Mr. Jeter was born April 9, 1936 in Columbia, S.C., a son of the late William G. Jeter Sr. and the late Mary White Jeter. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force where he served two tours in the Vietnam War and was a graduate of The Citadel. Mr. Jeter was predeceased by his wife, Mrs. Marguerite Bamburg Jeter...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Wednesday
June 15, 2005
New Citadel Program (not web accessible)
The citadel School of Engineering through the College of Graduate and Professional Studies will offer a new nondegree graduate certificate program in technical project management this fall. The certification series consists of four graduate courses, at three credit hours each, and focuses on broadening the knowledge, skills and abilities of today's technical project managers.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB7

Wednesday
June 15, 2005
Research campus gets seed money
Construction could begin by the end of the year on the largest expansion of USC in recent history, now that state officials have freed up $58 million for the school’s “research campus.” The State Budget and Control Board gave final approval Tuesday to the expansion — a key part of USC’s goal to enhance its research profile while helping attract high-tech companies to the Midlands...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Wednesday
June 15, 2005
S.C. State gets go-ahead to replace WWI-era dorms
For the second time in nine months, S.C. State University has received the state budget oversight panel’s blessing to build a new dormitory with money it intends to borrow from the federal government. The State Budget and Control Board signed off again Tuesday on the Orangeburg school’s plan to erect a 784-bed dorm — this time at a cost of $42 million. University administrators said construction should begin in July...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6-7

Tuesday
June 14, 2005
Next Generation of Conservatives (By the Dormful)
...Among notable former Heritage interns are Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, and Thad T. Viers ('99), elected at 24 to the South Carolina Legislature. Now a 27-year-old law student as well as a lawmaker, Mr. Viers described Heritage as a prized stop on a journey that stretched from a childhood in a single-wide trailer through college at the Citadel and into political life...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Tuesday
June 14, 2005
Rosa's leadership is key to redeem AFA
Superintendent needs to build support in Colo. Springs and Washington in effort to bolster cadets' respect for all religions and both genders...
Published in: Denver Post - web site - editorial

Monday
June 13, 2005
A LIFE OF CHARITY; Professor can’t give money away fast enough
WASHINGTON — Numbers always have defined Richard Semmler. A 59-year-old mathematician, he teaches calculus and algebra at Northern Virginia Community College. But in his private life, Semmler has reduced his existence to the simplest equation. In the past 35 years, by working part-time jobs and forgoing such everyday comforts as a home telephone and vacations, by living in an efficiency apartment and driving an old car, Semmler has donated as much as half of his annual income or more to charity.
Published in: The State - Page A4

Monday
June 13, 2005
Air Force Academy Superintendent In Contention For The Citadel Post
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. John Rosa is a finalist to head The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, S.C. Rosa was appointed to the academy's top position after a sexual assault scandal broke in early 2003. He is one of six decorated military leaders selected as a finalist from a field of 77 candidates. Rosa said a search committee approached him about the job...
Published in: The Day - New London, CT - web site

Monday
June 13, 2005
Beaty joins staff of Peoples First Insurance (scroll down)
Milton Beaty ('03) recently joined the staff of Peoples First Insurance at 466 Hood Center Drive...
Published in: The Herald - web site

Monday
June 13, 2005
Fewer applying to US military academies
Observers cite Iraq conflict, decline from post-9/11 surge...
Published in: The Boston Globe - web site

Monday
June 13, 2005
Local filmmakers: Grip industry by the camera lens and just shoot
John Barnhardt, who produces television commercials for ABC affiliate WCIV Channel 4 in Mount Pleasant, has a message for local filmmakers who want to see a vibrant Lowcountry film industry: Make films. ...“Austin is a university town, and those are the communities where things like film festivals happen,” Wilson points out. The College of Charleston, The Citadel, Charleston Southern University and TTC can also produce an enthusiastic film culture, he says...
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - June 13 - 26, 2005 edition

Monday
June 13, 2005
Shaw taking action against DUIs
SUMTER — Traffic crashes kill more members of the Air Force than war, and alcohol ranks as one of the leading causes of that highway mayhem. To help combat the problem, Col. Phil Ruhlman, commander at Shaw Air Force Base, has come up with a unique incentive. If the 4,500 airmen who belong to the 20th Fighter Wing can go 60 days without someone getting arrested for drunken driving, Ruhlman will give everyone a day off...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Sunday
June 12, 2005
Citadel seeks history of its top dog
The Citadel's history is littered with tales of its English bulldog mascots, cunning canines that solved crime and caught cadets creeping off campus. These dogs have stood on the football sidelines for nearly a century, barking for their namesake teams. They have met presidents and died untimely deaths. In the military college's lore, they have become the stuff of legend. As with most legends, it's hard to separate the bull from the dog...
Published in: The Post and Courier - A1,11

Sunday
June 12, 2005
Citadel seeks history of its top dog (currently not web accessible)
School tries to find out exact dates, IDs of its beloved mascots
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Sunday
June 12, 2005
College Notes
(News from other S.C. colleges and universities.)
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
June 12, 2005
Joseph T. Marcello ('64 - obit)
.Mr. Marcello graduated from Jonesville High School and The Citadel, class of 1964, with a B.S. in Business Administration. He was employed with Tax Savers and was semi-retired. He was of the Catholic faith and attended St. Paul The Apostle Catholic Church. Mr. Marcello also served in the U.S. Army National Guard... ..
Published in: Spartanburg Herald - web site

Sunday
June 12, 2005
Pell Grant changes to hit state's students hard
CLEMSON — South Carolina students and their families could shoulder more college costs under federal aid eligibility changes that some say could widen the gap between the haves and have-nots. The shift leaves the most needy students in the state digging deeper into their pockets, said Karen Woodfaulk, director of Student Services at the state Commission on Higher Education...
Published in: Greenville News - web site

Sunday
June 12, 2005
SoCon is looking for a new leader
Then there are Big South commissioner Kyle Kallander and Ohio Valley Conference commish Jon Steinbrecher, who are both expected to interview. Finally, there is The Citadel athletic director Les Robinson, who might be the most qualified candidate out there if only he could be persuaded to apply. A former basketball coach at both The Citadel and East Tennessee within the league, a former athletic director at N.C. State, Robinson not only understands the budget problems that plague all SoCon schools, he also knows how the big guys do it. Already over 60, Robinson would undoubtedly be a short-term solution, but would probably be the best man for the job...
Published in: Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tennessee) - via LexiswNexis

Saturday
June 11, 2005
Rosa to The Citadel?
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lieutenant General John Rosa Junior is among six finalists to become the next president of The Citadel.
Broadcast on: KKTV - Colorado Springs/Pueblo, CO - web site

Saturday
June 11, 2005
AFA chief a finalist for Citadel job
Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. John Rosa Jr. is a finalist for president of The Citadel, his alma mater, according to the South Carolina school’s Web site. He’s one of six chosen to interview for the 163-year-old school’s top post from a field of 77 candidates. Four are Citadel graduates...
Published in: The Gazette - Colorado Springs, CO - web site

Saturday
June 11, 2005
AFA's leader a Citadel finalist
Rosa could leave academy halfway through his tour...
Published in: Rocky Mountain News - web site

Saturday
June 11, 2005
Citadel panel selects six finalists for president
The superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, a member of the federal base closure commission and the chief of staff for the U.S. Army European Command are among six finalists for president of The Citadel, the college's governing board announced Thursday...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Saturday
June 11, 2005
S.C. State gives president 5-year contract
South Carolina State University president Andrew Hugine can keep his job for at least the next five years...
Published in: The State

Saturday
June 11, 2005
State retirees to get yearly pension boosts
More than 63,000 state retirees are now guaranteed annual cost-of-living increases under a new law that requires workers and employers to pay more into the state pension system. The sweeping law, signed Friday by Gov. Mark Sanford, is one of the most complex passed this year and will affect some 270,000 South Carolinians who pay into the $25 billion retirement system or collect benefits...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Friday
June 10, 2005
Sound Bites: Morris Robinson
Morris Robinson doesn’t hesitate to affirm that his sartorial sensibilities are not entirely typical among today’s jumble of up-and-coming young singers. “I have on Timberland boots, Fubu jeans, an Enyce shirt. I wear my hat backwards,” he says, articulating a look that seems more likely for Manhattan’s hip-hop-club-going set than for its opera singers. “That’s pretty much how I dress when I go to work.”
Published in: Opera News Online - June 2005 volume
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Friday
June 10, 2005
Citadel names finalists for president (scroll down)
An Irmo resident is one of six finalists in The Citadel’s search for its 19th president. Lt. Gen. Garry L. Parks, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.), is a 1969 Citadel graduate who served in the Marine Corps for 35 years. He is president and CEO of the S.C. Credit Union League and Affiliates.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Friday
June 10, 2005
Citadel presidential search narrows to 6
Six highly decorated military leaders, including the head of the U.S. Air Force Academy, are in the running to become the next president of The Citadel. The Charleston-based military college released the names of its top candidates Thursday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,12

Friday
June 10, 2005
USC expected to raise in-state tuition this fall
COLUMBIA--Tuition at the University of South Carolina is expected to increase this fall by 11.6 percent for undergraduate students who live in South Carolina, school officials said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
June 10, 2005
USC tuition hike looms
In-state students will pay $379 more in the fall under board of trustees’ proposal...
Published in: The State - Page A 1,5

Thursday
June 9, 2005
A Traveller's History of Cyprus (review by Citadel professor)
Elizabeth Connor, The Citadel, Military Coll. of South Carolina Lib., Charleston
Published in: Library Journal Reviews - via LexisNexis

Thursday
June 9, 2005
Air Force Academy Chief Under Review
The Air Force is reviewing the conduct of the No. 2 officer at the Air Force Academy, a born-again Christian who's been criticized for promoting his religion inappropriately in memos and speeches, The Associated Press has learned...
Published in: Associated Press - via alumni BBS

Thursday
June 9, 2005
Army likely to fall short of recruiting goal
WASHINGTON--The Army appears likely to fall short of its full-year recruiting goal for the first time since 1999, raising longer-term questions about a military embroiled in its first protracted wars since switching to a volunteer force 32 years ago...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A6

Thursday
June 9, 2005
Class Notes
Local students graduate - Thomas Bedell Jr. of Conway, Raymond Foltz of Little River and Jhonna Casey of Murrells Inlet graduated from The Citadel on May 7.
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Thursday
June 9, 2005
William Ronald Williamson (obit - scroll down)
GREEN SEA | Mr. William Ronald Williamson, age 60, died Tuesday, June 7, 2005 at Conway Medical Center following a sudden illness. ... He graduated from Clemson University and received his Masters from the Citadel.
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Wednesday
June 8, 2005
(Prospective knob - scroll down)
Austin Neal of Charlotte and Mike Oelz of Matthews work at the Piper Glen Autobell. Neal is headed to The Citadel. Oelz attends Appalachian State University.
Published in: Charlotte Observer - web site

Wednesday
June 8, 2005
Cadets, active duty students graduate (not web accessible)
The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, honored the following cadets and active duty students for completing undergraduate degrees during the spring semester of the 2004-2005 academic year.
Published in: The Hanahan, Goose Creek and North Charleston News - Page 10

Wednesday
June 8, 2005
Claflin to get grant to help with biotech job training (scroll down)
COLUMBIA--Claflin University will get a $750,000 federal grant to help train students for biotechnology jobs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Wednesday
June 8, 2005
Finding a comfort zone
Former Citadel star McPherson makes his hits count for Angels...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Wednesday
June 8, 2005
Search narrows for next president of The Citadel
The committee searching for The Citadel's next president will name its top candidates this week and send the names to the Board of Visitors. The board decides who will become the military college's 19th president and replace Maj. Gen. John Grinalds, who retires Aug. 1.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Citadel honors Beaufort students
The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, honored several cadets from Beaufort this spring:
Published in: Beaufort Gazette - web site

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Fit Kids - A neglected goal
Experts worry that lack of exercise, inactivity and poor eating habits will lead to more overweight children, obesity and health problems later in life... William Johnson, a psychology professor at The Citadel, has studied obesity since the late 1960s. He said changing the tide of a child's eating habits and fitness should be a family affair. "You can't focus on the child alone," he said. "You need to address the family."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,2

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Improving South Carolina's competitiveness requires change (commentary)
(BILL HEWITT 34 Prioleau St. Hewitt is a Sanford campaign finance co-chair, a MUSC trustee, chair of The Citadel School of Business Administration Advisory Board and past chair of the Spoleto Festival.)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A15

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Military seeks village leader's help; In northern Iraq, lieutenant delivers message: Cooperation pays
...As he sat cross-legged on a rug facing a handful of tribal elders, Lt. Dwight Cathcart II ('03), a native of Columbia, S.C., delivered a message stripped of the usual niceties to the mukhtar, Nezhar Bagdhar...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Minority enrollment bounces back at U-M
Aggressive recruiting -- everywhere from church pulpits to the Internet -- appears to have helped the University of Michigan recover minority enrollment in its incoming freshman class, which had dropped significantly in 2004, the university reported Monday...
Published in: Detriot Free Press - web site

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Title IX Lawsuit
The Supreme Court yesterday refused to consider reinstating a lawsuit that accuses federal officials of discriminating against male athletes in enforcing equal opportunities for women. Justices, without comment, rejected an appeal from the National Wrestling Coaches Association and other groups that have been fighting federal policies under the anti-discrimination law known as Title IX...
Published in: Washington Post - web site

Tuesday
June 7, 2005
Williams Named One of America’s Top African Americans by the Urban League
It’s a long way from Colleton’s country roads to Seattle, Wash., but Ken Williams ('89) made the trip, and though a “country boy” who graduated from a country school, he arrived there in “first class.” Early this year, Williams, a strategic account manager with Microsoft, was named one of America’s top 40 African Americans under the age of 40 by the National Urban League
Published in: The Dispatch, Walterboro - web site
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Monday
June 6, 2005
Financial Aid Rules for College Change, and Families Pay More
...But she does. Like the Proctors, Californians whose son just finished his freshman year at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, thousands of American families might find it harder to qualify for financial aid this year and might be asked to contribute more money toward the cost of college because of changes to a complicated federal formula they barely know about, much less understand...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Monday
June 6, 2005
Lacy K. Ford Sr. ('32 - obit)
CLOVER — Lacy K. Ford, Sr., retired local businessman and educator, died Saturday, June 4, 2005, at the age of 93. born November 3, 1911, the son of the late Jesse B. and Margaret Little Ford, Mr. Ford was a lifelong resident of York County with a long record of service to his church, community, state and nation. He completed the Clover public schools in 1928 and graduated from The Citadel in 1932...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Monday
June 6, 2005
Professor charged with stealing students' IDs
WINTER HAVEN, Florida (AP) -- A community college professor has been charged with using his students' names and Social Security numbers to obtain department store credit cards...
Broadcast on: CNN.com - web site

Monday
June 6, 2005
Wofford College professor pens weekly column
SPARTANBURG--You have to live in towns such as Red Bank, Ala., Vidalia, Ga., Big Stone Gap, Va., Paris, Tenn., or Hazard, Ky., if you want to read Larry McGehee's weekly newspaper column, "Southern Seen." People in these and 95 other small towns across the South read the Wofford College vice president and religion professor's weekly musings about life below the Mason-Dixon Line...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Sunday
June 5, 2005
(clips not web accessible - may be accessible tomorrow)
1. U.S. student to focus on Constitution on Sept. 17
2. Faised to SERVE; Matine brins sense of duty to Citadel(Maj. Bill Bell '94, tac officer, Murray barracks)
Published in: The Post and Courier - sections B & F

Sunday
June 5, 2005
(Clips that are currently not web accessible - may be accessible tomorrow)
1. Role of prayer before diverse faiths at MUSC graduation disputed
2. Francis Marion trustees approve tuition increase
3. Winthrop announces tuition, fee increases
Published in: The Post and Courier - sections A & B

Sunday
June 5, 2005
Boston U. trustees tap new president
MIT provost Brown gets unanimous OK, will begin on Sept. 1
Published in: The Boston Globe - web site

Sunday
June 5, 2005
D-Day heroes live in legend
...The major, Howie said, was "very much a Renaissance man" who barely missed a Rhodes Scholarship when he graduated from The Citadel in 1929. The major lives on, in World War II histories and in memorials in Abbeville, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Staunton, Va., and St. Lo, France...
Published in: Greenville News - web site

Sunday
June 5, 2005
Midlands Tech seeks to expand facilities
School proposes $32 million in improvements, classrooms, more...
Published in: The State - Page B1,6

Sunday
June 5, 2005
RAISED TO SERVE; Marine brings sense of duty to Citadel
Most cadets have left The Citadel's campus for home. Murray Barracks is nearly empty. Its courtyard is quiet. Rain drizzles on the quad's neat red-and-white-checked floor, and Maj. Bill Bell ('94) sits in his office.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page F1,2

Sunday
June 5, 2005
Willis Collection photos saved, restored for viewing
...Fincher is interested in the photographs taken by Willis' brother Lt. Col. Robert Henry Willis Jr. Willis was the first honor graduate in The Citadel's class of 1908. He served in the Philippines before becoming a pilot and spending time in San Diego, Texas, Mexico and France. He was killed in France in 1918...
Published in: Spartanburg-Herald - web site

Saturday
June 4, 2005
Anthony "Tony" Starks ('78 - obit)
COLUMBIA - The funeral for Mr. Anthony "Tony" Starks, formerly of Chester, will be conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 4, at Gethsemane Baptist Church. Dr. Charles Pratt will officiate and burial will follow in the church cemetery...
Published in: News & Reporter, Chester, SC - web site
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Saturday
June 4, 2005
Central?s Dorman signs with The Citadel
BROOKSVILLE Four years ago, when Teresa Dorman entered Central High, she had never done much athletically. This past month she left Central, one the most versatile and valuable athletes on the track and field squad, bound for The Citadel on a track scholarship...
Published in: Hernando Today, Brooksville, FL - web site

Saturday
June 4, 2005
Sharon Johnson (obiit)
...She received post secondary education from The Citadel, Charleston, S.C., and was a 1998 graduate of the College of Charleston, Charleston, S.C., with a degree in Physics. She was a member of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, Blackville, S.C...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Saturday
June 4, 2005
Thomas A Palmer, former C of C professor, dies at 79
Thomas Dr. Thomas A. Palmer, 79, of Charleston died Friday, June 3, 2005. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, June 7, 2005 at eleven o'clock at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Charleston, S.C. Burial will follow in St. Michael's Episcopal Churchyard (Columbarium). ARRANGEMENTS BY J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Saturday
June 4, 2005
Winthrop to increase tuition and other fees
Winthrop University is increasing tuition and other fees, including room and board, by $650 for in-state students and $1,050 for out-of-state students this fall, the school said in a release Friday...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Friday
June 3, 2005
Charles Evans Boineau (obit - attended The Citadel)
COLUMBIA — Services for Charles Evans Boineau will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 1100 Sumter Street. The family will receive friends Friday 5-7 p.m. at 1829 Senate Street. Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, is assisting the family...
Published in: The State - ?

Friday
June 3, 2005
Harrell ('71) to succeed Wilkins as speaker of S.C. House
In less than 30 minutes Thursday, the fulcrum of power in South Carolina shifted dramatically to the coast. The Upstate lost a powerful advocate as Greenville Republican David Wilkins, House speaker for the past 11 years, resigned effective June 21 — the day he will be sworn as U.S. ambassador to Canada. Greenville’s loss is Charleston’s gain — House members Thursday elected Charleston Republican Bobby Harrell to succeed Wilkins...
Published in: The State - Page A1,9
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Friday
June 3, 2005
House picks Harrell to be new speaker
COLUMBIA--The state House of Representatives elected Charleston Republican Bobby Harrell as its next speaker, giving the Lowcountry a trinity of power perhaps unmatched in state history...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Friday
June 3, 2005
IMPORTED GOODS; Out-of-state players fuel S.C.'s success
...There's still one state team that's cornered the market on state players. That would be The Citadel, with 33 of 38 players (86 percent) from South Carolina. Unfortunately, they're sitting home.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Friday
June 3, 2005
School aims to curb ID theft
CHARLESTON - The College of Charleston hopes to prevent identity theft by switching to a new program that assigns ID numbers rather than identifying students by their Social Security number. ...Students at The Citadel receive a "CIT" number, Associate Provost Spike Metz said. That number includes the two-digit year of entry followed by a four-digit number. Metz said the system was implemented five years ago. ...
Published in: The Sun News & Florence Morning News - web site

Friday
June 3, 2005
The Entrepreneur
Mark Barnes has taken a passion for learning about business and security and made himself into a respected leader who can convey security's to his executive team. ... valueHe didn't stop with his bachelor's. After receiving that degree in 2002, Barnes kept right on going, earning his MBA from The Citadel in May 2004. Barnes completed both his undergrad and grad programs—at night—in a tidy five years.
Published in: CSOonline.com - CSO Magazine - June 2005 issue
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Friday
June 3, 2005
Webster's graduation scheduled for tonight (scroll down)
More than 100 students from throughout the Lowcountry are expected to graduate tonight from Webster University. The Charleston Metropolitan Campus of the worldwide university will hold its 22nd annual commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. in the North Charleston Performing Arts Center...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
June 2, 2005
C of C adopts new identity program
School hopes to prevent ID theft...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
June 2, 2005
College 'Glory Days' (letter to the editor - scroll down)
As the "Glory Days" of college baseball draw to a close for my family, I offer this perspective: Recently, The Post and Courier's sports section headlines declared, "College of Charleston, City Champion" over its cross-town rival, The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Thursday
June 2, 2005
Institute on writing at The Citadel (not web accessible)
The Lowcountry Writing Project, hosted by The Citadel, has announced the participants in the 20005 Invitational Summer Institute.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB7

Thursday
June 2, 2005
John McDonald Wray ('47 - obit)
COLUMBIA — A memorial service for John McDonald “Don” Wray, 79, will be held Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Shandon Presbyterian Church. The family will receive friends following the service in the church parlor. Memorials may be made to Shandon Presbyterian Church. Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel, is assisting the family.
Published in: The State - Page B5

Wednesday
June 1, 2005
Army translators take final exam
An Iraqi businessman has been brought to a military compound for questioning. He was detained for a curfew violation, but more importantly the U.S. liaison officer believes the man knows something about a recent massacre in Sadr City.It’s the job of a 34-year-old private to work with U.S. interrogators and find out what the man knows...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
June 1, 2005
USC professor Jeffrey Arpan dies at 58
Jeffrey S. Arpan was remembered Tuesday as an ambassador to the world on behalf of the University of South Carolina, where he taught and helped build the international business program into one of the country’s best...
Published in: The State - Page A11

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