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The Citadel in the News: Archive

October 2003

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Friday
October 31, 2003
There's a new General in charge at The Citadel
Generally speaking, The Citadel's new four-legged mascot is the most popular thing to hit The Military College of South Carolina since weekend leave was invented...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
October 30, 2003
Citadel degree programs to be discussed (not web accessible)
Students interested in getting an undergraduate degree at night or completing a master's program can learn more about how The Citadel's College of Graduate and professional Studies can help beginning with the spring semester.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3Z

Thursday
October 30, 2003
Citadel homecoming to honor alumni (not web accessible)
Homecoming at The Citadel will be a celebratory and solemn affair as the college pays tribute to the alumni who fought and died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3Z

Thursday
October 30, 2003
Dogs have their day
Citadel seniors enjoying success...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
October 30, 2003
Love and Title IX
Citadel coaches find happiness, despite the rules...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Thursday
October 30, 2003
Memorial set for Lt. Col.
A memorial service is planned for Monday in Fayetteville, N.C., for Lt. Col. Charles "Chad" Buehring, who was killed in last week's rocket assault on Baghdad's al-Rashid Hotel...
Published in: Orlando Sentinel

Thursday
October 30, 2003
School offers $50M for jobs
Clemson University unveiled plans Wednesday to attract an additional $50 million over the next five years to invest in its Anderson County research park on a project it says will create high-tech, high-paying jobs, draw new industries and expand the state's economy...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B9

Thursday
October 30, 2003
The Citadel disappoints Bulldog grad
Shannon Higdon didn't get the satisfaction that he was looking for...
Published in: The Sun News

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
A sad, proud Citadel Homecoming
Pride will be tempered with sadness when The Citadel celebrates Homecoming this Friday. Pride because so many Citadel graduates are serving their country in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Citadel reports that at least 440 graduates have served or are serving in the two combat zones. Sadness because four graduates have given their lives in serving their country since the beginning of the Iraq War...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Brother of York man killed in Baghdad
...Chris Buehring's brother, Lt. Col. Charles H. Buehring, 40, was in his room when the hotel was attacked Sunday. Fifteen people also were injured in the barrage...
Published in: The Herald

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Bulldogs closing the deal
..."You are going to have seven or eight games at The Citadel each year that go down to the last two minutes," said Bulldogs football coach Ellis Johnson...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Capt. Tom Metsker; Citadel graduate's heroic death ends in love story
WASHINGTON--This is a story about love and war. I've written many a story, and a couple of books, about wars and rumors of wars, but this is my first real love story. Like the war stories, it is something I have lived...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A15

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
CGPS ad (not web accessible)
Citadel CGPS Informaltion Session; Monday, Noverber3, 5-6:30p;Holliday Alumni Center Drop by to flind out more about our three undergraduate programs including our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or any of our graduate programs listed below.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Citadel wrestlers picked first in preseason polls
The Citadel wrestling team has been picked to finish first in the Southern Conference by IntermatWrestle.com and the SoCon wrestling coaches...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Demise of Big Three weakens SoCon's overall playoff chances
SoCon teams have won five national championships since the I-AA title game began in 1978. Throw in the four titles Georgia Southern won before it joined the SoCon, and that number grows to nine...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Wednesday
October 29, 2003
Edward Edward Hutchinson Cochran, 74 (obit)
...He was a graduate of Charleston High School, attended The Citadel for one year, and graduated from the College of Charleston...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
$50 Million Gift Is Left to Notre Dame
Joan B. Kroc, whose husband, Ray, founded the McDonald's Corporation empire, has left $50 million to the University of Notre Dame, the largest single gift in the 160-year history of the university...
Published in: The Boston Globe

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Americans Give Less to Largest Charities
WASHINGTON - Contributions to the largest charities fell in 2002 for the first time in a dozen years because of the troubled economy and uncertainty among donors, a survey finds...
Published in: Associated Press

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Army officer killed in attack on Baghdad hotel advised on Iraqi cooperation (alumni '85)
...The Pentagon identified the officer as Lt. Col. Charles H. "Chad" Buehring, 40. He was in his hotel room Sunday at the time of the attack, which also injured fifteen people...
Published in: AP via LexisNexis

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Army Officer Killed in Iraq Advised Bremer
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- The Army officer killed in a rocket barrage on a Baghdad hotel had a high-ranking position in which he directly advised civilian administrator L. Paul Bremer on how the occupation was being received by Iraqis, a military official said Monday.The Pentagon identified the officer as Lt. Col. Charles H. ``Chad'' Buehring, 40. He was in his hotel room Sunday at the time of the attack, which also injured fifteen people...
Published in: The New York Times

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Army's Interactive Tour will visit The Citadel
The Army's Interactive Tour will visit The Citadel 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. today and 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
At least 34 dead in Iraq suicide strikes
... Lt. Col. Charles Buehring, 40, was identified Monday as the American colonel killed over the weekend in a rocket attack on Baghdad's Al Rasheed Hotel. Buehring was a Citadel graduate whose brother and sister-in-law live near Charlotte.
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Citadel crashes poll in time for Wofford
The Citadel's showdown with Wofford Saturday -- already the military school's biggest football game since 1992 -- got a shot of extra juice Monday when the Bulldogs broke into the top 25 in two national Division I-AA polls...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Citadel grad dies in Iraq rocket attack
Army Lt. Col. Charles H. "Chad" Buehring, a 1985 graduate of The Citadel, was killed early Sunday when Iraqi insurgents launched a rocket attack on the Al Rasheed Hotel in downtown Baghdad...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A8
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Graduates who fought in Mideast to be honored at Citadel Homecoming
Homecoming at The Citadel will be both a celebratory and solemn affair as the college pays tribute to the alumni who fought and died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan over the last year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Retired SPA general manager Barr dies
MOUNT PLEASANT--Retired Navy captain and general manager of the South Carolina State Ports Authority Capers G. Barr Jr. died Monday. He was 90...Born in Georgetown, Barr was a graduate of The Citadel and the University of South Carolina Law School...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4 (obit listed also)

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Slain colonel got news to Iraqi people
Fort Mill man says his brother, a Citadel graduate, loved his job...
Published in: The State

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Slain colonel got news to Iraqi people (not printed in newspaper)
...Charles Buehring of Fayetteville, N.C., a Citadel graduate known to friends and family as Chad, was killed Sunday in a rocket barrage against the Al Rasheed Hotel in Baghdad. He was 40...
Published in: The State

Tuesday
October 28, 2003
Students want professors to put laptops to use
CLEMSON — Clemson University junior Jordan Hawkins sits on campus, searching the Web on her laptop’s wireless Internet connection...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Friday
October 24, 2003
30-year plan for C of C shows changes on horizon
Board of trustees receives recommendation for $360 million in buildings and amenities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Friday
October 24, 2003
USC gets $4.5M grant to study why people stay on couch
CDC says 300,000 Americans die each year because of sedentary lifestyles...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
October 24, 2003
Wofford, Citadel surprise SoCon leaders
And guess what - Southern Conference fans are used to seeing a South Carolina team among the league leaders.But Wofford and The Citadel? Now that's something different...
Published in: The State & The Herald - (not in print version)

Thursday
October 23, 2003
Baseball's Griffey named to Board of Visitors
ORANGEBURGó Former baseball great Ken Griffey Sr. has been named to serve on the new South Carolina State University Board of Visitors...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Thursday
October 23, 2003
Here comes the cadet (photo - not web accessible)
The cut line reads, "Citadel Cadet Chris Tran practices with a Tango Company wedding detain Wednesday afternoon outside Summerall Chapel. They will be traveling to Charlotte for the Saturday wedding of 1997 graduate Trey Harris."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Thursday
October 23, 2003
Leadership role good fit for Hodge
Furman trailed The Citadel by a touchdown in the final minute of the first half Saturday when Bulldogs linebacker Travis Hodge trotted over to the sideline to confer with defensive coordinator Les Herrin...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Thursday
October 23, 2003
Looking for a leaping gnome
...-- You may remember former Citadel kicker Justin Skinner, Class of '97, who has an avocation in film making. Having worked as a kicker in the movie "The Replacements" with Keanu Reeves and Gene Hackman, he now has a similar role in "Radio..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
October 23, 2003
The Citadel Blanks South Carolina State, 6-0
Junior Kelly Pesterfield scored two goals for The Citadel (2-11-1, 0- 8 SoCon) as the Bulldogs shutout South Carolina State, 6-0, Wednesday afternoon at Oliver C. Dawson Bulldog Stadium on the campus of South Carolina State. South Carolina State (4-7-0) ran out of gas in the second half as The Citadel netted five of their six goals in the last 45 minutes of the match...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4 - web site

Wednesday
October 22, 2003
Five schools eye berths in postseason
...The Citadel. If Benedict’s not the state’s surprise team, it’s The Citadel. The program hasn’t had a winning record since 1997, but it is in second place in Southern Conference. Win out and the Bulldogs will claim the automatic playoff berth. However, there is a long road ahead, including a game against Georgia Southern on the road Saturday and against Wofford at Johnson Hagood Nov. 1...
Published in: The State - Page C2

Wednesday
October 22, 2003
In Profile
William J. Luti ('75) Title: Deputy undersecretary of defense for Near Eastern and South Asian affairs
Published in: Washington Post

Wednesday
October 22, 2003
Matt Bryant Tied for Third After Two Rounds At Pirate Invitational
Charleston - Sophomore Matt Bryant finished the first day of the Pirate Fall Intercollegiate tournament tied for third-place after posting a 36-hole total 142 (70-72) two strokes under-par. The tournament is being held at the par-72, 7,033-yard course at Bradford Creek Country Club in Greenville, NC...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - web site

Wednesday
October 22, 2003
Terriers' success puts Ayers' name in play for other jobs; SOCON FOOTBALL
.."Wofford always seems to improve throughout the season," Citadel coach Ellis Johnson said. "You might see them early in the season and think they don't have a whole lot. But they always seem to get better each week, while other teams might start out hot and then have some trouble..." .
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
October 22, 2003
War casualty prompts love story
...Tom Metsker was a 1961 graduate of The Citadel, a native of Indianapolis, and I met him three days before he was killed when I marched with the 1st Battalion 7th U.S. Cavalry on a long, hot walk through the tangled bamboo thickets east of Plei Me Special Forces Camp...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer & The Sun News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
October 21, 2003
Bulldogs' Broughton honored by SoCon
Citadel tailback Nehemiah Broughton was named the Southern Conference offensive player of the week after rushing for 159 yards on 28 carries in a 10-9 win over the Paladins last week...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
October 21, 2003
Citadel defense turns it around
Ellis Johnson's favorite statistic is points allowed. No surprise from a guy who's made his living coaching defense. "I've always believed that's the most reliable, consistent statistic you can look at," The Citadel football coach says...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
October 21, 2003
Lady Bulldogs fall 6-0 to The Citadel
The S.C. State Lady Bulldogs (4-7-0) ran out of gas Wednesday afternoon taking a 6-0 loss to The Citadel (2-11-0, 0-8 SoCon). SCSU gave up five goals in the second half to take just their third home loss of the season and their second loss of the season at the hands of a Southern Conference opponent...
Published in: The Times and Democrat

Tuesday
October 21, 2003
Report shows you can value state employees and criticize TERI (Editorial)
STATE EMPLOYEES have habitually viewed criticism of the TERI retirement program as an attack on their own individual worth, or even on their competence. As a result, the criticism has never produced anything more than sound and fury in the Legislature, where state employees speak with a loud voice...
Published in: The State - Page A8

Tuesday
October 21, 2003
The Citadel Volleyball Loses to Georgia Southern 3-0
The Citadel Volleyball team lost their tenth conference match of the season against Georgia Southern 3-0 Tuesday night in Southern Conference action in McAlister Field House...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - web site

Monday
October 20, 2003
Bill Would Penalize Colleges on High Tuition Rises
Putting educators on notice, one of the Republican lawmakers overseeing higher education legislation in the House introduced a bill yesterday that would withhold federal money from colleges that raised tuition much faster than inflation, a category that could include hundreds of universities...
Published in: The New York Times

Monday
October 20, 2003
Citadel CGPS Information Session (ad - not web accessible)
Monday, November 3, 5-6:30pm, Holliday Alumni Center
Drop by to find out more about our three undergraduate programs including our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration or any of our graduate programs listed below...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Pabe E9 - Business Review section

Monday
October 20, 2003
COMING UP (happenings this week)
TUESDAY - LECTURE: Clyde Wilson leads "A South Carolina Lcon: John C. Calhoun." 6:30 p.m. in Room 165, Bond Hall, The Citadel. Free.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B!

Monday
October 20, 2003
Ga. Southern next on surging Bulldogs' to-do list
(Story last updated at 8:10 a.m. Monday, October 20, 2003) In the last month, Citadel football players have beaten Appalachian State and Furman for the first time in their careers...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Monday
October 20, 2003
MUSC says projected growth to pay for $292M hospital
As the Medical University of South Carolina gets ready to build a $292 million hospital designed to look like a traditional building that happens to have a 175-foot tall glass sail, not a few people have asked me some form of this question: "How the heck is MUSC going to pay for it?"
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E9 - Business Review section

Monday
October 20, 2003
Sports
...DAVIDSON 5, THE CITADEL 0: Freshman Jessica Lahre scored twice and had an assist for the visiting Wildcats (6-7-2, 3-2-2 Southern), who will play at Charlotte Tuesday at 7 p.m. Rose Rodriguez had 10 saves for the Bulldogs (1-11-1, 0-8)....
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Monday
October 20, 2003
Student inspires Citadel-MUSC dual degree
Two local schools are teaming up to offer a new dual degree program to pharmacy students who also want a master's degree in business administration. Their partnership was born after the schools saw the success of one student who did it on his own. Derek Underhill will finish his MBA at The Citadel in December and will graduate with his PharmD from the Medical University of South Carolina this spring...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,7

Monday
October 20, 2003
UM raises a half billion in gifts
The University of Miami launches its $1 billion fundraising campaign with $552 million already in hand, including one of the largest gifts to a music school -- $33 million.
Published in: Miami Hearld

Sunday
October 19, 2003
Authors thrive in Charleston; Three Lowcountry writers reach New York Times best seller list
“Charleston is Byzantium as directed by Fellini on a particularly good day,” says fantasy writer Robert Jordan (James O. Rigney, Jr. '74), whose “Crossroads of Twilight” again reached the top of the list. It’s the 10th volume in his “The Wheel of Time” series and the fourth to reach to No. 1.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
October 19, 2003
College Gets $9 Million Donation
The College of Wooster has received its largest donation to date, a $9 million gift from the family that runs retail giant Wal-Mart...
Published in: Ohio News Network (online)

Sunday
October 19, 2003
College Sports (Cross Country)
...Furman scored 30 points in the men's race as the Paladins had four runners finish in the top 10. Birmingham-Southern took second place with 75 points, followed by The Citadel with 92 points and Winthrop with 93. Queens was fifth with 107 points while Radford was sixth with 110....
Published in: The Herald - Rock Hill

Sunday
October 19, 2003
Fund may take time to pay off for Furman
Multimillion-dollar estate left to school could take years to liquidate...
Published in: The State - ?

Sunday
October 19, 2003
Old-school defense wins for the Bulldogs
It was a great day for the ex-Clemson guy. And former Tigers quarterback Willie Simmons did some good things Saturday at Johnson Hagood Stadium in The Citadel's 10-9 Southern Conference victory over Furman...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C,18

Sunday
October 19, 2003
QB Simmons takes long way on TD run
That's how the stat line will report The Citadel's only touchdown in a 10-9 victory over rival Furman on Saturday. But that doesn't come close to describing what was as thrilling a 3-yard run as Bulldog fans could ever hope to see...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C17

Sunday
October 19, 2003
S.C. COLLEGE ENDOWMENTS
(This information was listed in conjunction with another article entitled "Fund may take time to pay off for Furman.") ...Citadel $39 million...
Published in: The State - Page B1,3

Sunday
October 19, 2003
Shocker in the SoCon
CHARLESTON — The Citadel football players poured onto the field as the Johnson Hagood Stadium scoreboard lit up “WE WON” — but it wasn’t over. Two seconds were put back on the clock, giving Furman one last chance, but a desperation pass was batted to the ground by defensive back Marcus Cohen and it was over ... again...
Published in: The State - Page C10

Sunday
October 19, 2003
SoCon-climbing Bulldogs finally overcome Furman
As Citadel center Kevin Olecki ran off the field Saturday evening, he was bear-hugged by a proud Citadel alum. "Make sure those guys know what they just did," former Bulldog punter Stan McGill yelled into Olecki's ear. "That was Furman!"
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,17
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Saturday
October 18, 2003
A lot's at stake in Furman-Citadel clash
Willie Simmons has no reason to hate Furman. Even during his four years at Clemson, The Citadel's quarterback never played against the Paladins. He never learned the contempt for all things purple that Citadel cadets seem to absorb along with their knob knowledge...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Saturday
October 18, 2003
Citadel 10, Furman 9
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) Nehemiah Broughton rushed 28 times for a season-high 159 yards to lead The Citadel 10-9 over Furman on Saturday...
Published in: The Boston Globe

Saturday
October 18, 2003
Citadel edges Furman
CHARLESTON — The Citadel's Willie Simmons and Nehemiah Broughton gave them something to celebrate Saturday night in the stately old streets of the Holy City...
Published in: Greenville News

Saturday
October 18, 2003
Furman at The Citadel (not web accessible)
Rivalry game has some punch to it this year
Published in: The State - Page S3 (special football section)

Saturday
October 18, 2003
USC to build parking garage
1,000-space facility part of $126 million plan for upgrades, maintenance...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Friday
October 17, 2003
Charleston Southern reports on financial community impact
While Charleston Southern University reports that it generates millions of dollars for the state and local economy, officials learned Thursday that their university often goes unrecognized...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
October 17, 2003
Medical school dean at University of South Florida ousted over political fund raising
The University of South Florida's president is replacing the dean of the medical school after admonishing him for asking his staff to contribute to a lawmakers' campaign for U.S. Senate...
Published in: ? - AP

Friday
October 17, 2003
Several states suspending prepaid tuition
(AP) -- A combination of rising costs and plummeting investments has forced several states to suspend enrollment in prepaid tuition plans designed to protect families against spiraling expenses at public colleges...
Published in: CNN.com

Friday
October 17, 2003
South Carolina Shakeout
...Senator John F. Kerry announced his candidacy in Charleston. Senator John Edwards dropped in just hours after he officially threw his hat into the ring. Former General Wesley K. Clark made the Citadel, the famed military academy in Charleston, the second stop of his Presidential tour. And Al Sharpton has been there so often that one minister chuckled that the preacher from New York seemed ready to open a church...
Published in: BusinessWeek via LexisNexis

Friday
October 17, 2003
Turnovers, penalties plaguing Paladins
..."It's been very frustrating," said Lamb, whose team takes a 4-2 record and No. 13 Division I-AA football ranking into Saturday's game at The Citadel. "The biggest problem has been turning the ball over at inopportune times. The most disappointing thing against App State was that we didn't give Danny Marshall a chance to win the game for us...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Friday
October 17, 2003
Yale Graduate Students Felt Pressure on Union
Many graduate students at Yale who have supported forming a union have felt threatened or intimidated by faculty members, a panel of professors and legal experts concluded in a report released yesterday...
Published in: New York Times

Thursday
October 16, 2003
'Elvis' hounding QBs for Citadel
Elvis lives. And who knew he was so good at football? James Elvis Wilson, a redshirt freshman defensive end at The Citadel, was not named after Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll.He was named after his father, James Elvis Wilson Sr...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Thursday
October 16, 2003
He's got a grip on game (Posted Wednesday, October 15, 2003 - 7:34 pm)
Willie Simmons isn't in the Corps of Cadets, so he doesn't wear the spiffy military school uniform of those who've gone through knob year and forged the bond of comrades for life...
Published in: Greenville News

Thursday
October 16, 2003
Red Cross brings Life Tour to Citadel (scroll down)
The American Red Cross's Save a Life Tour 2003 visits The Citadel today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Thursday
October 16, 2003
Republican bill backs mealtime prayers at military academies (scroll down)
The bill wouldn't affect state colleges such as Virginia Military Institute and The Citadel, which scrapped mealtime prayers in response to court rulings.
Published in: The New York Times - Religion in Brief

Thursday
October 16, 2003
Rivers has Les Robinson to thank
IF PHILIP RIVERS is invited to attend the Heisman Trophy Award ceremonies come December in New York, atop his guest list should be Les Robinson, The Citadel’s athletics director...
Published in: The State - Page C2

Thursday
October 16, 2003
Saddam-free currency big step in reviving Iraq’s economy (Hugh Tant '71)
...Two South Carolinians head that effort. George Wolfe is the director of economic development for the coalition. Hugh Tant III, a retired brigadier general from Mount Pleasant, is in charge of the Iraqi currency exchange...
Published in: The State - (posted to web after print version)

Thursday
October 16, 2003
Wolfpack Will Face the Citadel Oct. 18 in Battle of Conference Rivals
RALEIGH, N.C. - Wolfpack rifle heads into its matchup with The Citadel having defeated the conference foe in three of the four head-to-head meetings this year, according to SEARC rules. The match will be on Oct. 18 at the Wake County Range in Holly Springs, N.C. Under NCAA sanctioned scoring, NC State is undefeated against The Citadel, and will look to run its record to a perfect 6-0 against The Citadel co-ed team and The Citadel women's team...
Published in: N.C. State University web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
C of C, Converse profs to help create 4 gifted education training centers
College of Charleston and Converse College professors will help state education officials develop four training centers for teachers of gifted and talented students, funded through a federal grant announced Tuesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
Get serious on restructuring higher education
AT A RECENT State Budget and Control Board meeting, Gov. Mark Sanford hinted that he will push for dramatic changes in the state’s 33 colleges and universities. Such reform and restructuring are long overdue, and should be accomplished to the overall benefit of a better-educated populace in South Carolina...
Published in: The State - Page A14

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
Grimsley recalls troops' heroic trip to Baghdad
Col. Will Grimsley distinctly remembers the atmosphere among the soldiers he leads when the orders came to proceed into Iraq in March...Grimsley, son of former Citadel President James Grimsley, described the experience Tuesday to members of the Rotary Club of Charleston at The Citadel's Holliday Alumni Center...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A7

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
John Tillman Talbert Jr. (obit '43)
John Tillman Talbert Jr. died Tuesday, October 14, 2003. He was born October 23, 1922, in Allendale, S.C., a son of John Tillman and Fannie Knight Talbert. He was a graduate of Allendale High School and The Citadel, Charleston, S.C...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
Pharmacy colleges may merge
Looking to save money at a time when the state is cutting their funding, South Carolina's two pharmacy colleges are considering plans that promise to significantly change the way pharmacists are educated in the state. Among the possibilities: closing the pharmacy school at either the Medical University of South Carolina or the University of South Carolina. Another option: merging the colleges, with much of the operations moved to a single campus under one dean...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
Red Cross tour scheduled at Citadel (not web accessible)
A mobile museum, the Save a Life Tour, is coming to Charleston on Thursday, The Americal Red Cross will send two large vehicles to The Citadel from 90 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
Red Cross tour scheduled at Citadel( web accessible as of 15 Oct 03 p.m.)
A mobile museum, the Save a Life Tour, is coming to Charleston on Thursday. The American Red Cross will send two large vehicles to The Citadel from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
SoCon shakeout starts this Saturday
The Southern Conference will stage its own version of "Separation Saturday" this week as the league's top six teams square off against each other...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Wednesday
October 15, 2003
University of Miami objective: $1 billion
MIAMI · The University of Miami will announce plans this week to raise $1 billion by 2007 -- and raise the philanthropic bar for Florida's colleges and universities...
Published in: Sun-Sentinel (Florida)

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
‘State’ inconsistent on single-gender schools (Letter to the Editor)
I was stunned by the Oct. 6 editorial supporting single-gender education as a bold new experiment. Is this the same newspaper that attacked The Citadel for single-gender education with its bold experiment that started in 1842...
Published in: The State - Page A8

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Citadel appoints McMillan to school of business
The Citadel has appointed Alex McMillan as an endowed professor to the school of business. McMillan, the former CEO of Harris Teeter, will serve as the W. Frank Hipp Distinguished Chair in Business Administration. In this role, McMillan will teach an undergraduate and graduate class and recruit speakers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Educational choices (Letter to the Editor)
At first glance, Gov. Mark Sanford's proposed streamlining of our state's system of colleges and universities appears to be a good idea ("Sanford supports fewer campuses," Oct. 3). Eliminating seemingly redundant programs and favoring a few select institutions would increase efficiency and significantly reduce the costs associated with state support of higher education...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Furman coach defends Paladins’ progress
...Military missives. After an 8-20 season, The Citadel coach Pat Dennis is happy to get a fresh start. “Last year we had seniors and freshmen; we never developed any chemistry and it was a struggle,” he said. “This year I really like the kids we have and they like each other....
Published in: The State - Page C2

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Furman, Dogs more than rivals this time
Furman and The Citadel are more than rivals this week. For the first time in years, both teams are contenders...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
FYI (scroll down to Citadel articles)
1. Citadel plans Teacher Cadet College Day today
2. The Citadel to hold 'Mathematics of Music'
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1 - School Plus section

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Killian's Best Lands Bulldogs Seventh-Place
Charleston - Senior Robert Killian ran a personal best on a rain soaked course at the Furman Invitational to help The Citadel to a seventh-place finish in Greenville, SC on October 11. The Bulldogs were one of 16 teams to run the tackle the waterlogged 5k course in the rain...
Published in: Channel 4 - WCIV - web site

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
The 100 best values in public colleges
...First are the military and service academies, including the federally run Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine and Navy academies, as well as two public colleges, The Citadel, in Charleston, S.C., and Virginia Military Institute, in Lexington, Va. All seven are highly selective and offer tremendous opportunities. The federal service academies charge no tuition and actually pay students a stipend to attend. The Citadel charges $15,655 for in-state cadets and $24,066 for residents of other states. VMI charges $13,050 for in-state cadets and $25,762 for others...
Published in: MSN Money - ?

Tuesday
October 14, 2003
Wesley Clark and patriot games
...The retired general first publicly mentioned his vision for a "New American Patriotism" at a speech last month at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, less than a week after officially tossing his star-bedecked hat into an already crowded ring...
Published in: CNN.com via LexisNexis

Monday
October 13, 2003
Competing waiters serve wine on the run
Jim Crippen ('80)went to bed at 2:30 Sunday morning and got up at 8 a.m. The extra hour of sleep couldn't hurt, he figured. He really wanted to win the Taste of Charleston waiters' wine race....
Published in: ? - Page B1,5

Monday
October 13, 2003
U. of Tennessee trustees rescind former president's severance - package
KNOXVILLE -- University of Tennessee trustees rescinded a $422,956 severance package for former President John Shumaker on Friday and took steps to tighten internal controls after a state report suggested he impeded a probe of his spending practices...
Published in: The Daily Times (Maryville, TN)

Sunday
October 12, 2003
Donation gives Clemson new $2M teaching tool (scroll down to article)
CLEMSON--Clemson University students have a new tool to study the graphics communications industry and packaging science thanks to a $2 million gift from two companies...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Saturday
October 11, 2003
College Notes (news from other S.C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The State - Page B2

Saturday
October 11, 2003
GOP bill backs meal prayers
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - A group of conservative Republicans in Congress is pushing a bill that would safeguard the right of U.S. military academies to say grace before meals...
Published in: The Herald

Saturday
October 11, 2003
Sports Briefs (scroll down to Citadel section)
• THE CITADEL: Former Bulldogs shortstop David Griffin has been added to the school's baseball staff.
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Friday
October 10, 2003
C of C wrestles with the issue of diversity
Minority hire resolution stalls...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Friday
October 10, 2003
Commie shark bites Bigfoot (entertainment section)
... A 1993 story described how the ghost of a dead cadet had haunted The Citadel in 1980. (It apparently did not cure anyone's illnesses, though.)
Published in: The State - Page E3

Friday
October 10, 2003
Jallo Sets Single-Season Goals Record; Crandall Nets Hat Trick in UTC's 5-0 Win Over The Citadel
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Chattanooga’s Diana Jallo scored two goals in the Lady Mocs’ 5-0 shutout of Southern Conference opponent The Citadel and notched another place for herself atop the UTC record books...
Published in: Univ. of Tennessee at Chatanooga web site
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Friday
October 10, 2003
Military justice delayed (editorial)
As reported by The Associated Press, 16 Air Force Academy graduates accused of rape or sexual assault while attending the academy are serving today as active duty commissioned officers. The crimes they were accused of occurred as long ago as 1993 and as recently as 2002....
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Friday
October 10, 2003
Webb Playground
...Over 230 volunteers, including a "platoon" from The Citadel Corp of Cadets, worked tirelessly and gave selflessly of their time for many hours. The cadets, along with the Fire Department (Savannah Highway second shift), and the city Parks, led by Matt Compton and Dustin Clemens, created a "division" that encouraged those of us with weak backs to keep up...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Clemson reaches deal for auto research park (scroll down)
COLUMBIA--Clemson University's private real estate foundation will buy up to 250 acres in Greenville to create an automotive research park, officials announced Wednesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Thursday
October 9, 2003
DO YOU KNOW? (not web accessible)
Caleb Davis, Assistant Director of The Citadel Bridagier Foundation
Published in: The Post and Courier - Peninsula Charleston - Downtown edition

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Edible food at the college Cafeteria? Get out of here!
Eat your dessert, then drop and give me 20;
Of all the local college cafeterias, one operates a little differently than the rest. And as you might have guessed, it's the mess hall at The Citadel. If your a civilian, don't bother strolling by for a bite to eat. But Preview has a little trick up its sleeve to get around the rules.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E21 - Preview section
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Thursday
October 9, 2003
Hundreds mourn senator’s death
Hundreds of people have streamed through the Holland household in Camden since state Sen. Donald Holland died Sunday. Most of them had a story about how he has touched their lives...Jones said he remembers Holland finding out about a young man who was going to drop out of The Citadel after two years to get a job because he couldn’t afford to continue. Jones said Holland gave the man his tuition and refused to accept any repayment...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Minority college rate rises but still lags
The number of minority students on America's campuses has more than doubled since 1981, but white students are still more likely to attend college, a new report says...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Revised Simons Center expansion wins praise
After nearly a year of wrangling, the College of Charleston finally has arrived at a design for the expansion of its Simons Center for the Arts that seems to have won over formerly vehement critics...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Thursday is like Saturday, only earlier (scroll down to sections on Citadel)
*Maj. Steve Smith was misquoted saying the touchdown cannon is the original whereas the cannon is a replica. This information has been brought to the attention of the Post and Courier.*
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
October 9, 2003
Vice Admiral David Frederick Emerson (obit - not an alumn)
..He made numerous contributions to the holding of the NROTC Lirbrary at the Citadel from his vast lifelong collection of military history titles...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
'Dark Side' tour stumbles over curfew
(John LaVerne '91) ...Cobblestone's founder, John La-Verne, contends that he got the OK from the city in January and that his groups were not technically a tour when in the residential areas -- he instructed his guides months ago to stay quiet while walking the blocks in question, and he told them to collect money only in the jail rather than on the street...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,13
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Wednesday
October 8, 2003
A New College Ranking System, Wanted or Not
The ranking of top colleges has become a multimillion-dollar industry for magazine and book publishers, fueled by anxious parents looking for guidance and by the institutions themselves, which spend lavishly to raise their standings in such surveys...
Published in: The New York Times

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
Anonymous Fax Sent to Channel 5 (not web accessible)
We received a call from Channel 5 on yesterday inquiring about an anonymous fax they received alleging that a group of physical plant employees and a public safety officer face pay discrimination and unfair treatment based on race and gender.
Broadcast on: WCSC - Channel 5

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
At Princeton, Feeling Failed
PRINCETON, N.J. -- William Robertson wants Princeton University to give his money back -- all $525 million of it. Robertson's family foundation underwrites the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and for years he has lobbied, wheedled and insisted that school officials channel more students into careers in the U.S. government. And year after year, the school has churned out bright young men and women who go to work in nonprofit agencies, and universities, and private industry -- just about anywhere but the federal government...
Published in: Washington Post

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
Citadel wrestlers ranked (scroll down)
The Citadel wrestling team has five members ranked nationally in their weight class in preseason publications. Keith Clifton (20th), Sean Markey (12th), Ryan McClester (12th) and Billy Linane (18th) were recognized by The Amateur Wrestling News. Senior Jordan Everett (19th), Markey (18th) and McClester (10th) were ranked by The Wrestling Mall News.
Published in: The State - Page C5

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
College of Charleston faculty senate resolution takes aim at intolerance
The College of Charleston faculty senate supported a resolution Tuesday that political pressures, especially those "based on intolerance or bigotry," should not determine the school's curriculum. But the senate quickly dispersed before voting on a second proposal meant to encourage diversity among the school's leaders...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
Colleges granted funds for revitalization work (scroll down)
COLUMBIA--Two historically black colleges in South Carolina have received federal grants to revitalize distressed neighborhoods near their campuses...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
Switch to defense going well for Wilson
James Wilson apparently has this defensive thing down pat. Wilson, a redshirt freshman football player at The Citadel, made the transition from running back to rover end during spring practice...
Published in: The Sun News

Wednesday
October 8, 2003
USC lands deal for arena name
Insurance firm will pay $5.5 million to have facility called Colonial Center...
Published in: The State - Page B8

Tuesday
October 7, 2003
THE CITADEL (scroll down for update on players from Rock Hill area)
...THE CITADEL: Offensive tackle Cliff Conant, who played his prep athletics at Northwestern High School, saw some playing time in the Bulldogs' 24-21 victory over Appalachian State...
Published in: The Herald

Tuesday
October 7, 2003
CAMPUS NOTES (news from other S. C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2 - School Plus section

Tuesday
October 7, 2003
Harvard Welcomes Largest Gathering of Black Alumni
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 3 -- Harvard University President Lawrence H. Summers, who less than two years ago engaged in a high-profile dispute that led to the departure of one of Harvard's most famous black scholars, delivered today a rousing and far-ranging address to a gathering of black alumni, telling them, "Welcome home. This is your university, and we are a far greater university for it..."
Published in: Washington Post

Tuesday
October 7, 2003
The Citadel Volleyball Ties Series In Monday's Win 3-2 Against South Carolina State
Charleston - The Citadel Volleyball tied the all-time series against South Carolina State 3-3 in a 3-2 win of the season's second battle of the Bulldogs Monday night at McAlister Field House...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4 - sports

Monday
October 6, 2003
Acoustical company lends ear to clients
...The Citadel used the company last year to make sure people could be heard at its beach house. The facility is so large that sounds were bouncing off objects, creating an annoying echo. IMS installed sound-absorbing panels and fabrics to modify the noise...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E3 - Business Review section
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Monday
October 6, 2003
Alex McMillan (not web accessible)
Alex McMillan was appointed endowed professor to the school of business with The Citadel. McMillan former CEO of Harris Teeter, will serve as the W. Frank Hipp Distinguished Chair in Business Administration, teaching an undergraduate and graduate class and recruiting...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E4

Monday
October 6, 2003
Profile: Johnson a guiding force behind Orangeburg’s rejuvenation
Henry "Hal" Johnson '88
Published in: The State - Page 5 - Columbia Business Journal

Sunday
October 5, 2003
ASU, UA raking in private donations
Arizona's two major public universities are raising a record amount of private donations this year, mirroring a growing national trend...
Published in: Arizona Republic

Sunday
October 5, 2003
Bulldogs find Nemo, and a winning streak
THE CITADEL 31, ELON 7
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,14
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Sunday
October 5, 2003
Columbia man banks on helping rebuild Iraq
...Another South Carolinian — Charlestonian Hugh B. Tant, a retired Army brigadier general and 1971 graduate of The Citadel — recently arrived to oversee the distribution of the newly-minted dinars...
Published in: The State - post to The State's web site only - not printed in the paper

Sunday
October 5, 2003
The senior without a class ring
Willie Simmons didn't receive a Citadel ring at Friday night's ceremony for seniors, but he still considers himself a member of the class of 2004...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Saturday
October 4, 2003
Broughton, The Citadel Rush Past Elon, 31-7
Charleston - Junior tailback Nehemiah Broughton posted 147 yards on 14 carries for a career-high three touchdowns to lead The Citadel past Elon, 31-7, in Southern Conference football action Saturday afternoon in Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Saturday
October 4, 2003
James Leonard "Len" Rush
Mr. Rush was born in Santee, a son of the late Larry Allen Rush and Annie Jackson Rush. He was a graduate of Providence High School and an Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict. Mr. Rush was a graduate of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and received a master's degree from The Citadel...
Published in: The Times and Democrat - Obituary

Friday
October 3, 2003
Photo - not web accessible
Two photos showing cadets at band rehearsal.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
October 3, 2003
ROTC instructor sues college over dismissal
A former ROTC instructor at Presbyterian College has sued the Laurens County school and others for $5 million, claiming he was wrongly fired after he was deployed to Iraq...
Published in: The State - ?

Friday
October 3, 2003
Those long and winding back roads (articlel on Andy Solomon)
A small item appeared in the sports section this week. The headline read, "Solomon Named To NAIA Hall." It was only a few paragraphs. You probably didn't even notice it...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Friday
October 3, 2003
Training Day (photo - not web accessible)
The caption reads, "Forwanda Simmons walks past Citadel Army ROTC cadets learning squad tactics in Hampton Park on Thursday. 'It looks like they're getting top-notch training ... so we're in good hande,'Simmons said. The cadets were using dummy M-16s."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Asthma Walk set Oct. 11 at Citadel (not web accessible)
The American Lung Association will hold its Blow the Whistle on Asthma Walk at 9 a.m. Oct 11 at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 4ZB (Peninsular Charleston section)

Thursday
October 2, 2003
College costs often overestimated
A study released Wednesday by the National Center for Education Statistics, which analyzes educational data for the federal government, found that families often overestimated the cost of college tuition at four-year public institutions...
Published in: The State - Page A3

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Foretaste of higher ed fight
Gov. Mark Sanford got a small taste Tuesday of the resistance he can expect in trying to rein in the growth of the state's higher education system. There's a one-word reason why such a relatively small state has so many two- and four-year colleges, not to mention two medical schools: Politics...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12 (editorial)

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Former camper sues Citadel, camp counselor
A camper who attended The Citadel's summer camp has sued the state military college and a former counselor alleging he was sexually abused by the counselor in 2001...
Published in: AP via LexisNexis

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Legendary Sports and Entertainment Stars Gather for the 18th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner
...The Great Sports Legends Dinner annually unites leaders from the worlds of business, sports and entertainment to raise money for paralysis research. The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis was founded by 2001 NFL Hall of Fame Inductee Nick Buoniconti, in 1985, after his son Marc was paralyzed playing football for The Citadel. The Great Sports Legends Dinner honors sports stars for their athletic achievements as well as their commitment to raising awareness of The Miami Project and spinal cord injury research...
Published in: PRNewswire Assoc. via LexisNexis

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Reach of college branches tough for some lawmakers to grasp
COLUMBIA — South Carolina colleges and universities now operate 78 campuses and branches across the state, placing higher education in all but eight of the state's 46 counties, higher education records show...
Published in: Greenville News

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Sex abuse suit names The Citadel, ex-Marine counselor
In an unusual move, The Citadel announced Wednesday that the college and a former Marine Corps officer, who served as a summer athletic camp counselor, are being sued by a man who alleges that the ex-Marine sexually fondled him during summer camps between 1997 and 2001...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Thursday
October 2, 2003
Spartanburg engineering firm for sale amid parent's bankruptcy
The bankruptcy of a parent company is expected to force the sale of Spartanburg-based Lockwood Greene, a firm responsible for designing much of The Citadel in Charleston and textile mills all over the nation...
Published in: AP via LexisNexis

Thursday
October 2, 2003
USC panel endorses merging 2 colleges
Plan would create liberal arts, science and mathematics ‘super-college’
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Bulldogs WR Johnson to play in all-star game
Citadel receiver Scooter Johnson, an honorable mention All-American last season, has been picked to play in the first Division I-AA All-Star Classic in December...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Citadel Lawsuit
Former camper sues Citadel, former counselor
Broadcast on: WCBD - Channel 2

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Clemson to use free laptops to fix crashes
Laptop computers received by Clemson University from IBM as part of the school's agreement requiring all freshmen to buy laptops will be used exclusively for parts and for use as spares by students, said a school official Tuesday...
Published in: Greenville News

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Drug case of Charleston attorney arrested at frat house goes to PTI
Published in: Times and Democrat (Orangeburg)

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Former Citadel Camper Sues School Over Sexual Abuse Charges
Charleston, SC - A man who once attended The Citadel summer camp has filed a lawsuit against the military college and a former camp counselor alleging he was sexually abused by the counselor...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Higher costs for higher education
(CNN) -- It's the new joke on campus: No wonder they call it "higher" education -- tuition is sharply higher this year at state colleges and universities across the United States.
Published in: CNN.com

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
MUSC adds cancer prevention program
By adding new program, school could become a National Cancer Center...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Sanford won’t rule out closing colleges
Governor says 33 is too many campuses for state in tight budget times...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
Solomon to join NAIA Hall of Fame
CHARLESTON -- Andy Solomon, a veteran of 28 years of athletic administration at five South Carolina colleges and a former sports information director at Winthrop, has been selected for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Hall of Fame...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Wednesday
October 1, 2003
The Citadel wrestling schedule. (scroll down to view article)
The Citadel wrestling team will compete in five home matches and seven open tournaments this season...
Published in: The State - Page C6

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