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The Citadel in the News: Archive

August 2003

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Sunday
August 31, 2003
Citadel stadium fund gets anonymous gift
CHARLESTON -- Citadel president Maj. Gen. John S. Grinalds says a donor who wished to remain anonymous gave The Citadel Foundation $1.5 million with the major portion going to a refurbishing of Johnson Hagood Stadium.The latest donation means nearly $3 million in private funds have been raised toward the $10 million project, the school says. -- AP
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Saturday
August 30, 2003
Bucs-Dogs is almost a rivalry
Tradition, competition and proximity -- not to mention a hearty dose of dislike -- are the usual ingredients of a college football rivalry...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,2

Friday
August 29, 2003
(Sports Briefs)
College athletics -- Golfer Dick Horne and basketball player Regan Truesdale will be among the five new inductees to The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame.
Published in: The Herald

Friday
August 29, 2003
Bugs worm way through campus computers
...On Sunday, technicians at The Citadel completely shut down the computer system for students' barracks after Welchia started spreading, said college spokeswoman Charlene Gunnells...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8

Friday
August 29, 2003
Charleston Southern healthy heading into Citadel game
The countdown to the official beginning of a new era in Charleston Southern University football history continues to roll inexorably toward Saturday's 2 p.m. kickoff at Johnson Hagood Stadium, where first-year coach Jay Mills and the Buccaneers open the 2003 campaign against The Citadel Bulldogs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,9

Friday
August 29, 2003
NATION REPORT (3 stories)
1. General admonishes Air Force cadets
2. Professor selected U.S. poet laureate
3. NAACP tries to block Florida testing
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A8

Friday
August 29, 2003
Truesdale, Horne to enter Citadel hall
Regan Truesdale, The Citadel's all-time leading scorer in basketball, and golfer Dick Horne are among five who will be inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame on Nov. 1...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C7

Friday
August 29, 2003
U. of Michigan Alters Admissions Use of Race
The University of Michigan unveiled an admissions policy yesterday that preserves affirmative action but applies it less strictly, without assigning any numerical advantage, or extra points, to minority applicants...
Published in: The New York Times

Friday
August 29, 2003
Why Willie belongs at The Citadel
...To many Citadel graduates, Willie Simmons doesn't belong. To some, a fifth-year transfer student not only has no business being the starting quarterback, he is a symbol of eroding Citadel tradition...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
August 28, 2003
'What is this fearful danger that all things living apprehend?'
The following account of the Great Charleston Earthquake of Aug. 31, 1886, was written by Isabella Strybing Klinck, the wife of Gustavus Wickenberg Klinck. He was a cadet at The Citadel when the Civil War began and participated in several engagements as a sergeant in the Cadet Battalion. Klinck built a house for her at 134 Broad St. Ninety-two people died in the earthquake. Property damage was in the millions of dollars...
Published in: The State - Page D1,3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
August 28, 2003
3 S.C. universities launch joint nutrition project
...The presidents of the University of South Carolina, the Medical University of South Carolina and Clemson University gathered in Columbia to announce the formation of S.C. Nutrition Research Consortium, a $1.2 million effort to become a leader in dietary science...
Published in: The State - Page B1,7

Thursday
August 28, 2003
4,000 Yale campus workers begin strike (scroll down)
NEW HAVEN, CONN.--Nearly 4,000 Yale University workers went on strike over wages, pensions and job security early Wednesday, a walkout that coincides with students' return to the Ivy League campus...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B9

Thursday
August 28, 2003
C of C makes bid for televised debate among presidential candidates
For one night in January, the College of Charleston could become the most important political address in South Carolina...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Thursday
August 28, 2003
Citadel's Scooter still a QB at heart
Scooter Johnson is The Citadel's reluctant receiver...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
August 28, 2003
Military school to induct five into Hall of Fame
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Golfer Dick Horne and basketball player Regan Truesdale will be among the five new inductees to The Citadel Athletic Hall of Fame...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Thursday
August 28, 2003
NCAA gets it right for once with Simmons ruling
...Willie Simmons, the former Clemson quarterback who transferred in May to Florida A&M, has resurfaced at The Citadel. The NCAA will let him play after previously showing a heart the size of the Grinch's by twice ruling him ineligible...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Thursday
August 28, 2003
The good, the bad and the others
...-- We don't often get to praise the NCAA, but the governing body of college athletics deserves a pat on the back for the way it quickly recognized the plight of former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons and approved his transfer to The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Thursday
August 28, 2003
There is still prayer at The Citadel (By Maj. Gen. Grinalds)
The recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit that prayer at mandatory gatherings is unconstitutional is personally troubling to me. However, The Citadel will obey the court. The college has replaced the cadet-led prayers in the mess hall with a moment of silence -- a change that permits cadets to offer private prayers instead of listening to someone else pray for them.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page

Wednesday
August 27, 2003
Citadel prayer time (Letter to the Editor
The Citadel gives up mealtime prayers. Wow! What a great example of military leadership. "Rather than wait for a legal fight," they surrender first. Our founding fathers must be turning over in their graves! LYNDA DENARO 1437 Highway 52 North Moncks Corner
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Wednesday
August 27, 2003
Condon announces candidacy for Senate
...Condon spoke at The Citadel's alumni house before a crowd of 40 people including family, supporters and some students. The backdrop was a white wall with the American and state flags...
Published in: The State - Page B1,3

Wednesday
August 27, 2003
Condon tones down, enters Senate race
...In an 11-page speech at The Citadel's alumni house, Condon said America should follow President Bush's doctrine of pre-emptive action against terror threats...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
August 27, 2003
Washburn waived by Giants; Player collapses after trade
Former Citadel defensive end Cliff Washburn was one of 12 players waived by the New York Giants this week, as NFL teams faced a Tuesday deadline to cut their rosters down to 65 players...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Bucs a mystery to Bulldogs
When The Citadel opens its season Saturday against Charleston Southern, it will mark the first time since 1936-37 that the Bulldogs have played consecutive games against the same team...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Condon joins race for Sen. Hollings' seat
...It will be delivered at the Citadel Alumni House to a group of alumni, supporters and reporters. And Condon plans similar speeches to outline his positions...
Published in: The Sun News (Myrtle Beach) - State News Briefs

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Condon to make speeches to get Hollings' seat
Instead of flying around the state for an airport news conference in the major media markets, Condon will announce today he is seeking the Republican nomination with a formal speech at The Citadel on the war on terrorism...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Education commission names new interim director
Former College of Charleston provost will lead agency that oversees public state colleges...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Hello to College Joys: Keep Stress Off Campus
Adults are often quick to tell college students: "Enjoy yourselves. This is the best time of your lives." But for an increasing number of students, the college experience is marred by chronic anxiety, stress and distress...
Published in: The New York Times

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Home cooking
Home cooking Mother’s advice leads Zimmerman to Newberry,where he finally will play... "When I heard (Zimmerman) was going to Newberry, how could you not want to be part of something so special?" said former Citadel quarterback Mazi Drummond, who also played for Willis at Pikeville College, an NAIA program...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
Mr. Richard Rohan Foster, '46 (scroll down for entire obit)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Tuesday
August 26, 2003
USC tech staff struggles to deworm computer net
Students' equipment infected university system last week USC officials say it might be two weeks before its computer networks are working full speed again after getting hit by a triple cocktail of computer worms...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Monday
August 25, 2003
Citadel sticking with sexual abuse policies
8 reports of abuse or harassment filed since women were first admitted...
Published in: The State

Sunday
August 24, 2003
Citadel praises harassment policy
CHARLESTON — Sexual assault allegations at the Air Force Academy have not prompted the Citadel to examine its sexual harassment policy, the school's president says...
Published in: Greenville News

Sunday
August 24, 2003
Citadel upholds sexual harassment policy
College says incidents relatively few, unlike Air Force Academy scandal...
Published in: The Post and Courier - ?

Sunday
August 24, 2003
Officers mourn one of their own as deputy laid to rest
In their best navy blues, blacks and grays, law enforcement officers from across the Southeast came to pay their respects to slain Greenville sheriff's Deputy Andrew Mazur...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
August 24, 2003
Simmons highlights Citadel's scrimmage
Transfer quarterback Willie Simmons completed 13 of 20 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown to highlight The Citadel's sixth annual Meet the Bulldogs night at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Saturday...
Published in: The State

Sunday
August 24, 2003
Very Few Sexual Assault Cases Reported at the Citadel
Charleston (AP) - The president of South Carolina's military college says sexual assault allegations at the Air Force Academy have not prompted the Citadel to examine its sexual harassment policy...
Broadcast on: WCIV Channel 4

Saturday
August 23, 2003
Citadel Trades Prayer for Moment of Silence
The Citadel military college has started having a moment of silence instead of spoken prayers before meals in response to a recent appellate court decision...
Published in: Los Angeles Times

Saturday
August 23, 2003
Simmons cleared to play for The Citadel
It was the best practice Willie Simmons has ever participated in. The former Clemson quarterback was informed in the middle of Friday's practice that his waiver from the NCAA to play for The Citadel this season was approved.
Published in: The State

Friday
August 22, 2003
Buccaneers set to begin Mills era
(Citadel mentioned in caption of the picture.)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,9
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Friday
August 22, 2003
Business programs rank high
The University of South Carolina's business programs won high rankings again from U.S. News & World Report's annual survey of undergraduate schools...
Published in: The State - Pabe D1

Friday
August 22, 2003
GOOD MORNING LOWCOUNTRY
(Photo included with this piece that reads, "Citadel freshman S.T. Spencer from Summerville reads the cadet handbook.") ...COLLEGE NEWS: The Citadel ranks No. 3 among the South's top public universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2004 "America's Best Colleges Guide." It's No. 10 on the list for best Southern public and private universities with undergraduate and graduate degrees. The Citadel's engineering program is ranked No. 27 nationally...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B2

Friday
August 22, 2003
Sorensen asks technology council for support
USC president Andrew Sorensen is fretting over prospects for a new research campus because of opposition to the university's effort to build a hotel...
Published in: The State - Page D1,5

Friday
August 22, 2003
Students Use the Web to Ease Freshman Anxieties
...Gone are the days where a stilted phone call was the only way to talk to roommates about who should bring the mini-fridge and who had the best stereo. Incoming freshmen have an array of Web-based tools available to research their classmates before they reach campus, and they go beyond the initial Google or other Internet searches...
Published in: The New York Times

Friday
August 22, 2003
U.S. News ranks N.C. schools near top
Other Carolinas colleges ranked in the top 10 of their respective categories: Best Southern master's universities No. 9, Elon University No. 10 (tied), The Citadel
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Friday
August 22, 2003
USC fans to ride trolleys to Friday night pep rallies
USC students and other Gamecocks fans will be able to take the trolleys to pep rallies at the Carolina Center on Friday nights before home football games...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
August 21, 2003
Another Hemingway in Paris; Citadel graduate's son rises again in high jump
...Some 80 years later, Matt Hemingway -- whose grandfather was a cousin of the great writer, and whose father, Tom, was a Citadel graduate and Bulldogs football player -- will also journey to Paris to seek his greatest fame...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,8

Thursday
August 21, 2003
C.B. BERRY HISTORY - First of Hemingway family noted in census
...Allard Belin Hemingway, born 1846 at Brookgreen Plantation, died Jan. 6, 1922. He served with The Citadel Cadets in the Confederate Army. He married Mary Louise Britton of Williamsburg County, and they were the parents of seven children...
Published in: The Sun - Myrtle Beach

Thursday
August 21, 2003
Faith, love sustain slain deputy's wife
A gold wedding band dangled from a bracelet around Bryce Mazur's wrist Thursday as she sat in her Mauldin living room and talked about her husband. He was wearing the ring Sunday when he was shot and killed in the line of duty...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
August 21, 2003
New midyear cuts hit state agencies, schools
...The Citadel will be asked to set aside $141,700, spokeswoman Charlene Gunnells said. That might sound small, but it comes on top of about $4.5 million worth of cuts during the past two years, she said. "Every hit we take now hurts," she added. "If all they ask is a 1 percent this year, we'll be breathing a sigh of relief..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Thursday
August 21, 2003
Prayer at The Citadel (scroll down)
My old school is in the news again and as usual surrounding itself with controversy. Since my graduation in 1981, the school has changed tremendously...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12 - Letter to the Editor

Thursday
August 21, 2003
State agencies might have to help pay off budget deficit
COLUMBIA — Five of the state's top elected leaders clashed Wednesday over what to do about a two-year-old budget deficit of $155 million, deciding to leave the problem to lawmakers despite a warning from Gov. Mark Sanford that any legislative action on the issue next year is "dreaming..."
Published in: Greenville News

Thursday
August 21, 2003
State colleges (Citadel 2003-2004 Basketball Schedule)
The Citadel men's basketball team will play host to Georgetown and South Carolina this season. The Bulldogs will face USC on Dec. 3 and Georgetown on Dec. 22, the first time they have played two major-college programs at home since 1997.
Published in: The State - Page C2,7

Thursday
August 21, 2003
State Schools Get Top Honors in List of Best Colleges
South Carolina (AP) - Two state schools were awarded with top honors in a listing of the country's best colleges. The Citadel was ranked third among public universities in the south. Also, the University of South Carolina's undergraduate international business school retained its number one ranking
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - WCIV's web site

Thursday
August 21, 2003
Tough slate will test mettle of young Dogs
Citadel basketball coach Pat Dennis calls this season's schedule, featuring home games with Georgetown and South Carolina, "the toughest we've had since I've been here..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Thursday
August 21, 2003
USC chair would honor Mary McLeod Bethune
The University of South Carolina's African-American Studies program is trying to honor one of the state's most distinguished daughters by creating a $2.5 million Mary McLeod Bethune professorship...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Thursday
August 21, 2003
Simmons shines in Citadel scrimmage. (scroll down)
Senior quarterback Willie Simmons threw for 98 yards and three touchdowns, and junior running back Ern Mills ran for 103 yards and two scores in The Citadel's third preseason scrimmage Wednesday...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Citadel to host Georgetown, South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Two big-time basketball programs will make their way to Charleston this December for games against The Citadel...
Published in: The Herald - (AP wire)

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Citadel to host Georgetown, South Carolina
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Two big-time basketball programs will make their way to Charleston this December for games against The Citadel...
Published in: The State - (from the AP wire)

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
College Footall Roundup: Ayers praises guard Gibbs
...The Citadel CHARLESTON — The Citadel's practice was shortened because of inclement weather. Coach Ellis Johnson and his squad practiced for one hour before lightning and driving rain forced the team to leave the field. The Bulldogs return to the practice field for their fourth two-a-day session today. They will have their third scrimmage Wednesday at Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Published in: Greenville News - Sports

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Georgetown, South Carolina Highlight The Citadel’s 2003-04 Hoops Schedule
(The lines did not wrap in this article.) Charleston - Citadel coach Pat Dennis announced the 2003-04 basketball schedule that will include 27 games and will be highlighted by home games against national powers Georgetown and South Carolina in McAlister Field House...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - WCIV web site

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
King wins Clark award
...Carmel Middle School student Ivey Jane King earned the Mark Clark Award at The Citadel Summer Camp.The award goes to the campers who best exhibit excellence in sports, physical fitness and sportsmanlike conduct. King is the daughter of Debra and DeWitt King III of Charlotte...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer - People/neighborhood section

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Luncheon to kickoff SCSU/Savannah State game
CHARLESTON -- South Carolina State and representatives from the university's Charleston area alumni chapter have scheduled a Coaches' Luncheon for noon today in Charleston to kick off promotions for the Bulldogs' Sept. 20 contest against Savannah State Tigers at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Published in: The Times and Democrat - Sports

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Private donations exceed USC goal
Private donors have given $53.7 million to the University of South Carolina in 2002-03...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
August 20, 2003
Simmons, Mills Dominate Bulldogs' Third Scrimmage
Charleston - Senior quarterback Willie Simmons threw for 98 yards and three touchdowns, while junior running back Ern Mills ran for 103 yards and two scores in The Citadel’s third preseason scrimmage Wednesday afternoon on Summerall Field...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - WCIV web site

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
'Old Guard' grumbling about Willie
For as long as we can remember, there has been a long gray line of coaches crying about the disadvantage they faced because they coached at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Daniel Library Friends lecture series will focus on leaders as a theme topic
(not web accessible) South Carolina's tradition of excellent leaders is the theme for the fall 2003 Daniel Library Friends lecture series at The Citadel. All events begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Daniel Library unless otherwise noted. Sessions are free.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2 - School Plus section

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Donna Sorensen takes moves in stride
USC's first lady balances personal and professional obligations...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Doors to military life open for Citadel knobs
...Not that they'll have much time for chatting. The 650 incoming knobs, freshmen in civilian terms, are at the beginning of a process that breaks down their old civilian ways and begins building the ways of a soldier...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Fallen deputy was looked up to by his peers
A leader. A good Christian. A dedicated deputy. These were words frequently used Monday to describe Deputy Andrew John Mazur, the 24-year-old deputy who was killed in the line of the duty on Sunday...
Published in: Greenville News

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Hispanic honor society gets chapter recognition
The Citadel's Tau Iota Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, was named an Honor Chapter for the 11th consecutive year for outstanding activities during the 2002-03 academic year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1 - Schools Plus section

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Iraq war has ended murderous regime (scroll down)
(Letter to the Editor by Mike Henslee, employeed in the machine shop of the physical plant.)
Published in: The State - Page A8

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
NCAA batting .500 with Crosby, Simmons
...First, the NCAA unjustly denied former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons the chance to play his final season of college football at Florida A&M. Simmons is now going through another appeals process with the NCAA in an attempt to play at The Citadel...
Published in: The State - Page C1,6

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Professional group names chief
Brent Stewart, director of The Citadel Career Center, has been elected president of the South Carolina Association of Colleges and Employers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2 - School Plus section

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Rising tuition burdens Clemson freshmen
CLEMSON--Nearly all South Carolina freshmen entering Clemson University have a state scholarship, but they are accumulating more debt to keep up with rising tuition costs, a school official says...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
State's top-paying jobs at universities
COLUMBIA--Although the number of highly paid state employees has decreased and the total number of employees has fallen, the biggest salaries still are paid by South Carolina universities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
August 19, 2003
Universities paying top S.C. salaries
Although the number of highly paid state employees has decreased and the total number of employees has fallen, the biggest salaries still are paid by South Carolina universities...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Monday
August 18, 2003
2001 Citadel graduate killed in line of duty (not web accessible)
BEREA--Greenville County sheriff's deputy Andrew Mazur, a 2001 Citadel graduate, was killed Sunday after being shot in the head with his own gun while trying to apprehend a suspicious person, Sgt. James McCann said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
August 18, 2003
Citadel added to Auburn's '04 slate (not web accessible)
Published in: The State - Page C5

Monday
August 18, 2003
Citadel discontinues pre-meal prayer
Move comes after court ruling declares practice unconstitutional...
Published in: The State

Monday
August 18, 2003
Citadel gives up pre-meal prayer after ruling
The Citadel has dropped mealtime prayers after a federal appeals court decision this week involving the Virginia Military Institute...
Published in: The Sun (Myrtle Beach)

Monday
August 18, 2003
Deputy shot, killed; manhunt under way (Andrew Mazur '01)
...Andrew Mazur, 24, was shot to death Sunday after struggling with a suspect in Berea, investigators said...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Monday
August 18, 2003
Man accused in deputy's death shot himself in standoff, authorities say
A man accused of killing a Greenville County sheriff's deputy shot himself in the head during a standoff with officers this morning, authorities said...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Monday
August 18, 2003
Police Corps grad was well-liked by his fellow deputies
...Mazur, 24, was a two-year member of the sheriff's office and assigned to the Delta platoon, Loftis said. He graduated from Police Corps, a program that gives college students hands-on experience with law enforcement...
Published in: Greenville News

Monday
August 18, 2003
Religious heritage of The Citadel published
South Carolina author Michael Blackwell, a 1969 graduate of The Citadel, has written a history of the religious heritage of the school...
Published in: The Herald - (scroll down)

Monday
August 18, 2003
The Citadel adds muscle
By some measures, The Citadel has shown significant improvement during Ellis Johnson's two-year tenure as coach...
Published in: Greenville News - Sports

Monday
August 18, 2003
The Citadel drops pre-meal prayer
CHARLESTON — The Citadel has dropped mealtime prayers after a federal appeals court decision this week involving the Virginia Military Institute...
Published in: The Washington Times

Sunday
August 17, 2003
Simmons happy to focus on football
Willie Simmons returned to the football field Saturday and even a poor performance couldn't dampen his spirits. After an off-season that took him from Clemson to Florida A&M to The Citadel, the senior quarterback saw limited action in the Bulldogs' scrimmage, his second practice with the team...
Published in: Washington Post

Sunday
August 17, 2003
The Citadel Stops Mealtime Prayers
The Citadel has dropped mealtime prayers after a federal appeals court decision this week involving the Virginia Military Institute...
Published in: The Los Angeles Times - not web accessible

Saturday
August 16, 2003
Citadel Drops Mealtime Prayer
Charleston (AP) - The Citadel has dropped mealtime prayers after a federal appeals court decision this week involving the Virginia Military Institute...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - WCIV's web site

Saturday
August 16, 2003
Citadel drops pre-meal prayer
CHARLESTON, South Carolina (AP) -- The Citadel has dropped mealtime prayers after a federal appeals court decision this week involving the Virginia Military Institute.
Published in: CNN.com
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Saturday
August 16, 2003
Citadel gives up mealtime prayers
The Citadel is voluntarily dropping its mealtime prayers for the Corps of Cadets after a federal appeals court this week let stand a ruling that the same type of prayers at the Virginia Military Institute are unconstitutional...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,10

Saturday
August 16, 2003
Former Clemson QB is at Citadel
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons' quest for a final season of college football went to The Citadel on Friday...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer - Sports

Saturday
August 16, 2003
New leader takes reins at Camden Military
Promotion moves Boland into top job at academy in Kershaw County...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Saturday
August 16, 2003
S.C. State appoints Smalls vice president
The interim director of the state's Commission on Higher Education is leaving the agency to become the new vice president of finance for South Carolina State University...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Saturday
August 16, 2003
Winthrop names roads on campus
Winthrop University has named its campus roads to help new students, 911 operators and students who want to register to vote...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Friday
August 15, 2003
Dogs looking for backup backs
Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson knows what he has in Nehemiah Broughton -- a 6-0, 240-pound bruiser of a running back who rushed for 1,038 yards last season and could one day play in the NFL...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C9

Friday
August 15, 2003
Simmons Cleared For Practice
Charleston - Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson announced Friday morning that former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons is the newest member of the 2003 Bulldog football team...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Web Site

Friday
August 15, 2003
Simmons pins hopes on Citadel
Former Clemson University quarterback Willie Simmons could be on The Citadel's practice field as early as today, according to coach Ellis Johnson...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Friday
August 15, 2003
The Buzz (sports news from other state colleges)
Mills carries load in scrimmage At Charleston, junior tailback Ern Mills rushed nine times for 95 yards and a touchdown during The Citadel's first scrimmage of the preseason. Mills earned the majority of his yardage on a 59-yard touchdown run in the early moments of the scrimmage. Senior middle linebacker Travis Hodge tallied a sack, a tackle for loss, two pass break-ups and an interception.
Published in: The State - Page C5

Thursday
August 14, 2003
CDR Malachy Joseph Collet (obit - scroll down for entire piece)
Published in: The State - page B4

Thursday
August 14, 2003
Federal Court Upholds Its Ban on VMI Prayers
An evenly split federal appeals court yesterday upheld its decision striking down the Virginia Military Institute's suppertime prayers as unconstitutional, refusing to reconsider an earlier ruling that said the 50-year tradition violates the First Amendment rights of cadets...
Published in: Washington Post - Education
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Thursday
August 14, 2003
Hero Williams' roommate to attend school dedication
LANSING, Mich. -- As Citadel alumnus Benjamin Franklin Webster was inducted into The Citadel's Arland D. Williams Jr. Society in 2000, his thoughts drifted from his own accomplishments to the deeds of his former pal, affectionately known as Chub...
Published in: Journal Gazette & Times Courier (Matoon, IL)

Thursday
August 14, 2003
Mills Carries The Load In Citadel’s First Scrimmage
Charleston - Junior tailback Ern Mills rushed nine times for 95 yards and a touchdown to highlight The Citadel’s first scrimmage of the preseason Thursday morning in Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Web Site

Thursday
August 14, 2003
NATION REPORT (Two stories included)
1. U.S. clarifies stand on campus free speech
2. Court lets stand ban on mealtime prayers at VMI
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Thursday
August 14, 2003
Photo (not web accessible)
Caption reads, "Senior Pvt. Beth Bohachie, a biology major, gives a May tour at the Murray Barracks to a Group of perspective students and parents at The Citadel."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Downtown Peninsula - Page 1ZB

Thursday
August 14, 2003
Rigorous school program growing
Others follow A.C. Flora High's lead to start International Baccalaureate...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Thursday
August 14, 2003
Simmons headed to The Citadel
Willie Simmons moved one step closer to becoming a Citadel Bulldog Wednesday, receiving his official release from Florida A&M...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,4

Thursday
August 14, 2003
The buzz (the latest sports from state colleges) - Citadel practice heats up. (scroll down)
At Charleston, The Citadel felt the heat in its second two-a-day practice...
Published in: The State - Page C6

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Around the schools (Summer Camper Receives Award)
The Citadel Drayton C. Wade, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wade of Rock Hill, received the coveted Mark Clark Award during graduation from The Citadel Summer Camp.
Published in: The Herald

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Horne to play in Senior Amateur
Mount Pleasant's Dick Horne ('62) is headed back to the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship, which comes as no surprise given his track record in senior golf...
Published in: The State - Page C6

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Rozzi hired as coach at Wando
Former Citadel assistant takes over soccer program...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Simmons talks to The Citadel
Former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons has contacted The Citadel and is considering transferring to the Division I-AA institution...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Simmons wants to play for Citadel
Former Clemson QB still has hurdles to clear before joining Bulldogs' squad...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Something fresh and fishy
Legend has it that Latin American fishermen so savored their catches that they would squeeze limes over fish caught in the morning and indulge in the flavors by lunch... "It's whole out of the water - the freshest of the fresh - right off the boat," said Jeffrey Pilcher, associate professor of history at The Citadel and an expert on Mexican cuisine...
Published in: The State - Page D1,6

Wednesday
August 13, 2003
Tenenbaum will run for Senate
(posted on their web site this a.m.) State Education Superintendent Inez Tenenbaum will run for the U.S. Senate, her husband said Wednesday morning.
Published in: The State - ?

Tuesday
August 12, 2003
Citadel next for Simmons?
Former Clemson quarterback Willie Simmons is not certain what the future holds for him after the NCAA ruled him ineligible to play football this season at Florida A&M. But that future could well include The Citadel.
Published in: The State - Page D1,3

Tuesday
August 12, 2003
Fritz serves public (Letter to the Editor)
...As a Citadel grad, I am most grateful for his attention to our alma mater. Yet, I am confident that those affiliated with MUSC, USC, etc. will make the same comment...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Tuesday
August 12, 2003
FYI (news from other S. C. colleges)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Tuesday
August 12, 2003
Simmons might land at Citadel (not web accessible)
Willie Simmons' waiver request to transfer to Florida A&M and play immediately was denied by the NCAA, and the forjmer Clemson quarterback siad Monday he is considereing attending The Citadel.
Published in: The State - Page C3

Tuesday
August 12, 2003
State buzz
- Bulldogs pull double duty. At Charleston, The Citadel completed its first day of two-a-days.
Published in: The State - Page C3

Monday
August 11, 2003
Dogs dazzle Johnson with intensity
The Citadel Bulldogs donned full pads for the first time Sunday afternoon and had one of the most physical first days in pads head coach Ellis Johnson can recall...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Monday
August 11, 2003
The Citadel Completes First Day Of Two-a-days
Charleston - The Citadel Bulldogs completed their first day of two-a-days Monday afternoon, August 11, in Johnson Hagood Stadium. The Bulldogs began their first two-a-day with a morning practice in Johnson Hagood and concluded the day with an intense afternoon session...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Sunday
August 10, 2003
As governor, Hollling shaped modern South Carolina
...Former Gov. John West, a state senator at the time Hollings spoke, earlier this year at an academic conference at The Citadel called it "the gutsiest display of political courage I've ever seen. It came at a time when the state could have gone either way..."
Published in: The State

Sunday
August 10, 2003
Bulldogs pick up transfer from Duke
Former Duke free safety Anthony Roberts has joined The Citadel's football team as a graduate-student transfer and will help bolster a thin secondary, coach Ellis Johnson said Saturday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Sunday
August 10, 2003
Finding Nemo
Bulldogs' star fullback Nehemiah Broughton is growing up...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
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Sunday
August 10, 2003
For years Hollings told harsh truths to others - and at the end, to himself
"Many of his friends, myself included, have said his mouth can sometimes outrun his brain, but that's Fritz," said West, who has known Hollings since they were Citadel classmates in the early 1940s...
Published in: The State - Page A1,15

Sunday
August 10, 2003
Military News (scroll down)
...Historian and retired Marine Maj. Bruce Norton, now a tactical officer at The Citadel, has assembled a remarkable book entitled "I Am Alive!"
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Sunday
August 10, 2003
Speaker at USC stresses education
At graduation, neurosurgeon tells his story, decries lack of respect for life of the intellect...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
August 10, 2003
When good press is bad news
The more I know about what goes on behind the walls of The Citadel the less I want to write about the young football players who live there...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Saturday
August 9, 2003
-- COLLEGE NOTES (news from other S.C. colleges)
Published in: The State - Page B2

Saturday
August 9, 2003
Citadel to have new helmet this year
There'll be a new helmet design at The Citadel this football season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Saturday
August 9, 2003
Citadel unveils new helmet (not web accessible)
At Charleston, there'll be a new helmet design at The Citadel this football season. The helmets will have a mletallic silver and gray background with a navy facemask and two navy stripes from front to back. The school name is in block letters and underlined in blue, matching the uniforms.
Published in: ? - Page C5

Saturday
August 9, 2003
MUSC trustees increase tuition 10%
Rare mid-year hike to help university balance operating budget...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8

Friday
August 8, 2003
Charlotte potential whitewater hub
Olympic official: Area ideal place for training...Beaver also says the commission is finalizing plans for the second Military Classic of the South (presented by Bank of America) between Virginia Military and The Citadel this fall. The college football game is scheduled for Nov. 15 at Memorial Stadium...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer - Sports

Friday
August 8, 2003
Citadel Volleyball Set To Begin Practice
Charleston - The Citadel volleyball team is set to begin its preparation for the upcoming 2003 season as preseason drills will start Saturday, August 9, in Deas Hall. The Bulldogs will practice in Deas Hall until Monday, August 11, due to the refurbishment of their home court in McAlister Field House...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Friday
August 8, 2003
Clemson genetics degree a first in South Carolina
(you'll need to scroll down to the article)
CLEMSON--Clemson University expects about 30 freshmen to enter the state's first undergraduate degree program in genetics later this month.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
August 8, 2003
MUSC may raise tuition again
Proposed 10% increase would bring in $1 million to offset state funding cuts...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7 - Business section

Friday
August 8, 2003
UT gets ready to wade into affirmative action
In the first major step toward reintroducing affirmative action in Texas, the state's biggest public university system was given the green light Thursday to consider race in admissions — a move aimed at improving college access for minority groups...
Published in: San Antionio Express News

Thursday
August 7, 2003
Bulldogs Second Practice Full Of Intensity
Charleston - Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson was pleased with the second day of preseason drills as he saw noted improvement at Johnson Hagood Stadium Thursday afternoon...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Thursday
August 7, 2003
College football roundup: Schools continue to open training
...The Citadel began preseason drills at Johnson Hagood Stadium. The Bulldogs' first scrimmage is scheduled for Aug. 14. ...
Published in: Greenville News - Sports

Thursday
August 7, 2003
New start for new quarterback at Citadel
Kenwood Lattimore had never even heard of The Citadel until earlier this summer...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,5
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Thursday
August 7, 2003
Orangeburg TD Club looking for added greater success in '03
...The club averaged near 100 in attendance per week at Thursday luncheons held at The Cinema in the Orangeburg Mall, which drew speakers like USC's Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers, former SCSU and National Football League All-Pro Donnie Shell, Citadel coach Ellis Johnson, former Clemson assistant Rick Stockstill, Wofford coach Mike Ayers, former USC Gamecock assistant Charlie Strong, former O-W and N.C. State coach Dick Sheridan and noted college recruiting analyst Phil Kornblut...
Published in: The Times and Democrat - Sports

Thursday
August 7, 2003
The Citadel Begins Practice
- At Charleston, The Citadel held its first preseason workout on Wednesday...
Published in: The State - Page C6

Thursday
August 7, 2003
Thoroughbreds, cheerleaders and pre-nups (Citadel mentioned in first two bullets)
Sporting notes compiled while wondering when they'll make a feature film about that other thoroughbred, Lance Armstrong:
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1

Thursday
August 7, 2003
White among those being enshrine in College Football Hall of Fame (Citadel mentioned)
...So did a lot of college offensive linemen and quarterbacks as White, who was 6-5, 265 pounds as a senior defensive tackle, set school records for career sacks with 32, including 15 his senior season in 1983. He had four sacks against The Citadel alone that season...
Published in: The Associated Press - via LexisNexis

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
Budget board approves increases for public employee health plans
COLUMBIA--Public employees on South Carolina's health insurance plan will pay more for less next year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
Naval Academy's New Chief Plans to Focus on Character
The change of command at the U.S. Naval Academy, usually pregnant with pomp and circumstance, has been so low-key that it has barely caused a ripple in Annapolis...
Published in: Washington Post

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
Novel tells of revenge in a small town
...A Gastonia native, Whitesides entered The Citadel in 1945 after taking an exam that allowed him to skip his senior year at the old Gastonia High School. A year later, he transferred to UNC Chapel Hill, graduated in 1948 at age 19 and got accepted at the university's School of Law...
Published in: Charlotte Observer

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
Power play - Sanford quizzes Santee Cooper (not web accessible)
Gov. Mark Sanford, in his quest to raise state revenues and curtail spending, quizzed Santee Cooper President and Chief Executive Officer John Tiencken Aug. 17th about the utility's advertising, landholdings and customer base. The two-hour session was held at Bond Hall on the campus of The Citadel....
Published in: The Goose Creek Gazette - Page 6A

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
Quarterback is a major question mark for The Citadel
One thing is certain about the quarterback who will start for The Citadel against Charleston Southern on Aug. 30 -- whoever it is will be taking his first snap in a college game for the Bulldogs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,7

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
State workers to pay more for insurance
Rise in premiums , co-payments and deductibles will cost average employee $65 a month...
Published in: The State - Page A1,7

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
The Buzz - The latest from state colleges
- The Citadel to start practice.- The Citadel will begin practice at 3:30 p.m. today in Johnson Hagood Stadium. "The upperclassmen reported and they look like they are in great condition and are ready to play," third-year head coach Ellis Johnson said. "The coaching staff is excited and ready to start."
Published in: The State - Page C5 - Sports

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
UMass President, Facing Pressure Over Brother, Quits
BOSTON, Aug. 6 — William M. Bulger resigned today as president of the University of Massachusetts after months of mounting criticism and political pressure over his ties to his fugitive brother...
Published in: The New York Times

Wednesday
August 6, 2003
USC has record year for research funding
$131 million raised will help university advance in national college rankings...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
'A time... to go home'
...U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings, 81, said Monday that he’ll retire when his term expires in 2005, ending a political career that began in 1948...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5
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Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Changing financial aid rules will hit some students hard
Financial aid departments at some South Carolina universities are worried their students may feel a surprising pinch in their bank accounts when paying for tuition for the 2004-05 school year after recent new federal financial aid eligibility rules take effect...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Fritz calls it quits
State's political clout in Washington to diminish with senator's retirement...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9
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Tuesday
August 5, 2003
He used his clout to better S.C.
Fritz Hollings will be remembered most for his quiet leadership...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Hollings at a glance
...Education: Received bachelor's degree from The Citadel in 1942 and law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1947...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Hollings timeline
1942: Earns bachelors degree from The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - also listed in The Charlotte Observer

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Hollings to retire, leave Senate seat open for '04 race
Sen. Ernest F. "Fritz" Hollings (D-S.C.), who waited longer than anyone else in the nation's history to become his state's senior senator, announced Monday he will not seek re-election next year...
Published in: Atlanta Journal-Constitution - via LexisNexis

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Johnson: New NCAA preseason rules could aid Dogs
The oft-maligned NCAA got one right with its new practice rules, Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,6

Tuesday
August 5, 2003
Private Gifts to JMU Up From Last Year
HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Private gifts to James Madison University reached a record $9.8 million in cash and pledges in the 2002-03 academic year, an increase of more than $3 million from the previous year...
Published in: Washington Post

Monday
August 4, 2003
Brent Stewart elected president of state association (not web accessible)
Brent Stewart, director of The Citadel Career Center, has been elected president of the South Carolina Association of Colleges and Employers.
Stewart, a Summerville resident and North Dakota native, joined The Citadel in 1990 as an adjunct instructor and became director of career services in 1993.
He has a master's degree in business from the University of Wisconsin, an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and completed graduate work at the University of South Carolina.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review

Monday
August 4, 2003
President of U. of Tennessee Is Accused of Getting Job Through Rigged Search
The president of the University of Tennessee, John Shumaker, already under fire for his spending practices and use of a university airplane, is now facing questions about how he got the job in the first place. The president's ex-wife, Lucy Shumaker, has charged that the search process was rigged to give her former husband an unfair advantage over another candidate...
Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Monday
August 4, 2003
Randy J. Burns ('78) Joins Penford Corporation as Vice President, Operations and Supply Chain
...Burns holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Accounting from the Citadel, and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University...
Published in: Business Wire - via LexisNexis

Monday
August 4, 2003
The Big Give: Turning Warm and Fuzzy Feelings Into Dollars
...Faced with state budget cuts and shrinking endowments, colleges are using fund-raising tactics that give new meaning to the words ''school spirit'' as alumni offices adapt strategies that seem more at home in a boardroom. Universities are hoping warm and fuzzy flashbacks will translate into donations when combined with a take-no-prisoners marketing campaign...
Published in: The New York Times

Monday
August 4, 2003
U. of California Faculty Loosens Its Policy on Academic Freedom
University of California faculty leaders voted Thursday to give professors more wiggle room to express their political and personal opinions in the classroom by revising the institution's 69-year-old academic-freedom policy, which had required instructors to be impartial and to give "dispassionate presentations..."
Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Sunday
August 3, 2003
Attrition in the ranks; Citadel football losing numbers game
"OK, I don't want my football players marching to meals anymore. I don't want my bottle babies like John Crow getting hazed by a bunch of buzz-cut upperclassmen. I keep hearin' that hazing gets pretty hairy around here. I don't want John Crow running off to LSU in the middle of the night because the military rats put him in a hole ..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Sunday
August 3, 2003
College Football In The Carolinas
A preseason scouting report (chart) of Carolinas teams, many of which will report Monday for practice:
Published in: The Charlotte Observer - Sports

Sunday
August 3, 2003
College Guide for High School Students (not web accessible)
The Citadel is listed in the special advertising section (supplement) on Page 4.
Published in: The State

Sunday
August 3, 2003
Patience is a virtue for these (football media guides)
...The Sergeant Friday "Just the facts ma'am" Award goes to ... the Duke Blue Devils. This award goes to the football media guide that just gets by, both literally and visually. Points are awarded for a bound edition and for having the schedule on the back, but that's about it. Between the covers it's pretty much standard issue media guide reading, although I didn't know that the Blue Devils led the ACC last season in rushing defense. Who'da thunk it? They must be conserving coinage for basketball season. Runners-up in this category include Georgia Tech, South Carolina, The Citadel and Presbyterian...
Published in: The Times and Democrat (Orangeburg) - Sports

Sunday
August 3, 2003
PAUL MAGUIRE
...So were you a surfer boy on the West Coast? No, no, no. I'm from Youngstown. How the heck would I ever be a surfer guy? I went from the Citadel to the Chargers in Los Angeles the first year, and then they moved to San Diego...
Published in: Buffalo News (New York) - via LexisNexis

Saturday
August 2, 2003
Belly up to some really old bars (letter to the editor by Henry Rittenberg '38)
Holly Herrick's July 24 Preview article was of interest. However, not many spots she mentioned were even in existence back when my contemporaries and I might have indulged in them...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Saturday
August 2, 2003
USC seeks help with research campus
University solicits firms to help design, build complex...
Published in: The State - Page B1

Friday
August 1, 2003
Buccaneers' coach ready for first season at the helm
...The team will have 28 days to prepare for the Aug. 30 season opener vs. The Citadel at Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,9

Friday
August 1, 2003
Citadel golf (scroll down to view article)
The Bulldogs' golf program looked dead after the school's Board of Visitors voted June 14 to cut men's golf and men's soccer to help deal with a $3.2 million budget shortfall...
Published in: The Sun News (Myrtle Beach) - Sports

Friday
August 1, 2003
Citadel Golf Survives Budget Cut
Charleston - CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Citadel men's golf coach Benji Broadwater was in his office Thursday, making plans for his team's upcoming season -- something he didn't expect to be doing six weeks ago...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Friday
August 1, 2003
Citadel Golf Survives Budget Problems
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Citadel men's golf coach Benji Broadwater was in his office Thursday, making plans for his team's upcoming season - something he didn't expect to be doing six weeks ago...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer - Sports

Friday
August 1, 2003
Citadel Golf Survives Budget Problems
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Citadel men's golf coach Benji Broadwater was in his office Thursday, making plans for his team's upcoming season -- something he didn't expect to be doing six weeks ago...
Published in: The New York Times - Sports

Friday
August 1, 2003
Field grows in U.S. Senate race
Thomas Ravenel launches his campaign for the GOP nomination ('85)
Published in: The State - Page B1,7

Friday
August 1, 2003
HIV Outbreak at North Carolina Colleges Portends Worrisome Trend
Twenty-five male college students in a three-county region of North Carolina have contracted HIV since 2001, a disproportionately high number compared with their share of the overall population, according to a study released this week. Researchers said the study is the first to identify college campuses as "high-transmission areas" for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS...
Published in: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Friday
August 1, 2003
Newcomer with familiar name enters Senate race (Thomas Ravenel '85)
Sounding even more conservative than his popular politician father, Thomas Ravenel of Charleston formally entered the 2004 Republican race for U.S. Senate on Thursday, pledging tort reform and lower taxes.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
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Friday
August 1, 2003
USC student aids shuttle project
Graduate proves herself to NASA after simplifying search for pieces of Columbia...
Published in: The State - Page B1,4

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