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The Citadel in the News: Archive

September 2003

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Tuesday
September 30, 2003
Bulldogs running on empty
...Broughton, the Bulldogs' 6-0, 240-pound tailback, took a pitch to the right and paved over Appalachian State free safety Corey Lynch on the way to a 33-yard touchdown run...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Tuesday
September 30, 2003
Kenneth Stanton Welch (scroll down for complete obit)
...After several years in the banking business on Broad Street, he was drafted into the US Army and served in the Finance Department of the 3rd Infantry Division in Seoul, Korea. Upon returning home, he enrolled in the Citadel and was elected to the Veterans Council, the Ring and Invitations Committee, the Economic Honor Society, the Citadel Honor Society and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Tuesday
September 30, 2003
Uneven Progress for Women on Princeton Science Faculty
Women on the faculties of the sciences and engineering at Princeton University feel less job satisfaction and less of a sense of inclusion than men, according to a new study...
Published in: The New York Times

Monday
September 29, 2003
Attorney eligible for pretrial program
Ex-Citadel board member was charged in June with possessing cocaine...
Published in: The State

Sunday
September 28, 2003
AFA 'DECLARING WAR' ON SEX CRIMES
The Air Force Academy's new superintendent, Lt. Gen. John Rosa Jr., pulled no punches Thursday:br> The academy has a "huge problem." The behavior of some cadets has been "sick..."
Published in: The Rock Mountain News (Denver, CO)

Sunday
September 28, 2003
Citadel finally finishes off Appalachian State
...The noise coming from the 13,569 fans at Johnson Hagood Stadium, and from inside the Bulldogs' locker room, was jubilant testimony to this fact -- for the Bulldogs, this one had been a long time coming...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
September 28, 2003
Citadel holds cachet for candidates
Republicans, Democrats alike choose military school when the time comes to make speeches and walk onto a national stage...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,14
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
September 28, 2003
HARRIS MURRAY: Truth or consequences
(Columnist expresses his opinion on the amount El Cid will be spending on ethics and leadership program).
Published in: The Times and Democrat

Saturday
September 27, 2003
Charleston Attorney With Drug Charge Gets Chance At Clean Slate
Charleston (AP) - A prosecutor says that a former Citadel board member charged with cocaine possession at a College of Charleston fraternity could avoid prison time if he completes an alternative program...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4

Saturday
September 27, 2003
Former Citadel board member could avoid prison time
A former Citadel board member charged with cocaine possession at a College of Charleston fraternity could avoid prison time if he completes an alternative program, a prosecutor says...
Published in: The Associated Press, The Herald (Rock Hill), The Sun News

Saturday
September 27, 2003
The Citadel's Les Robinson speaks to Edisto club
Thursday night was a big night for the Edisto Citadel Club. Bulldog Athletics Director Les Robinson came to bring the group up to speed on Citadel athletics. The first topic Robinson covered was the renovations to Johnson-Haygood Stadium...
Published in: The Times and Democrat

Friday
September 26, 2003
(Football game ad - not web accessible)
S C O R E ! Citadel Football 2003 - Saturday, Sept. 27, 2003 - 2 p.m. - Johnson Hagood Stadium - vs. Appalachian State - First 4,000 fans receive a FREE Citadel Football poster.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Friday
September 26, 2003
Academy to review decision denying rape confidentiality
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, COLO.--The Air Force Academy will take another look at its decision to deny confidentiality to rape victims, the academy's superintendent said Thursday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page Page A5

Friday
September 26, 2003
Bulldogs Fall To UNC Greensboro, 7-0
Charleston - Amy Carnell scored twice for the Spartans, as UNC Greensboro (UNCG) went on to beat The Citadel in Southern Conference action, September 24, at the UNCG Soccer Stadium...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4

Friday
September 26, 2003
Clemson to set up shop at MUSC
Schools join in biomedical engineering effort...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Friday
September 26, 2003
College Diversity
Colleges and Universities in South Carolina are working hard to attract minority students and staff...At the Citadel, making sure the college reflects our world today is a top priority for the school. This year, the Citadel's freshman class has 650 students. Of that total, 99 are minorities. Last year, 2,099 students enrolled in the Corps of Cadets and Undergraduate Studies. Of that number, 412 were minority students...
Published in: WBCD - Channel 2

Friday
September 26, 2003
Colleges, universities struggle to recruit minority staff (AP story)
GREENVILLE--Colleges and universities are working to add more diversity in classrooms by attracting minority students and staff...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
September 26, 2003
EDITORIAL Lasting reform at academy?
A lineup of changes outlined by Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa Jr., the new Air Force Academy superintendent, makes us optimistic that lasting reform may be in the works to prevent repeats of the sexual assaults and rapes that have tarnished the school's reputation...
Published in: The Denver Post

Friday
September 26, 2003
The Lone Mountaineer Mt. Pleasant man is sole survivor from App State's first team
Seventy-five years later, the memories have dimmed just a bit. "Tell you the truth," says 95-year-old Joe Taylor, "I can't remember whether we wore helmets or not. The thing I remember most about it was that I was on the ground most of the time..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Paage C1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Friday
September 26, 2003
UT bequeathed $232 million
After receiving the second-largest gift ever for a public university, the University of Texas at Austin is gearing up to push its already prestigious School of Geosciences into the top ranks of its field...
Published in: Star-Telegram (Ft. Worth, TX)

Thursday
September 25, 2003
Area Citadel alums to meet Thursday (scroll down)
The Edisto Citadel Alumni Club will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, at Camp Anderson on Lake Edisto Drive. Athletic director Les Robinson will be the guest speaker. The cost is $10, which includes dinner. The club is comprised of Citadel alumni from Orangeburg, Bamberg and Calhoun counties. For more information, call 534-5231.
Published in: The Times and Democrat (Orangeburg)

Thursday
September 25, 2003
Bulldogs' Armstrong moves from surf to turf
Back in August, Ross Armstrong sat on the porch of the Sea Island Yacht Club and ran his hand through a tangle of curly blond hair. "It'll have to come off soon," Armstrong sighed...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
September 25, 2003
California Is Set to Ban Spam
California is trying a deceptively simple approach to the problem of junk e-mail: it is banning spam...
Published in: The New York Times

Thursday
September 25, 2003
Different deliveries, same result
As I was listening to Citadel coach Ellis Johnson talk this week about how and why his Bulldogs lost another football game, an odd thought struck me -- I never thought I would long to sit through another Don Powers mushy testimonial on Citadel football. But in a way, I kinda miss them...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
September 25, 2003
No More Teachers, No More Books
Morris Brown College is struggling for survival...
Published in: MSNBC

Thursday
September 25, 2003
Schedule to test Bulldogs; CITADEL WRESTLING
Citadel wrestling coach Rob Hjerling says the Bulldogs' 2003-04 schedule will test his squad on a national level...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Catawbas play video poker card (full story)
An attorney for the Catawba Indian tribe said Tuesday the tribe might sue the state of South Carolina and introduce video poker machines on its York County reservation if it is not allowed to set up a federally approved bingo operation near I-95...
Published in: The State - Page A1,12

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Catawbas pledge $2M for university program
COLUMBIA--The Catawba Indian Nation has pledged to give as much as $2 million a year to South Carolina State University, if it is allowed to develop a bingo hall in Santee...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Clark's Balancing Act
...Whoever wins the Democratic nomination is going to need Dean's volunteers, and Clark best positions himself to claim them by making the kind of speech he delivered at the Citadel on Monday, affirming an America that welcomes dissent in wartime and understands that unilateralism is a strategic dead end...
Published in: Washington Post

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Few state employees use flexible spending accounts
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Because so few state employees use a state flexible spending account for medical costs, state workers are paying more than they have to for health care, officials say...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Georgia Southern Volleyball Downs The Citadel, 3-0
Charleston - Statesboro, GA - The Georgia Southern Eagles opened their home season in style Tuesday night, by defeating SoCon foe The Citadel in three games, 30-19, 30-16, 30-18. The win also marks the Eagles first Southern Conference victory of the year...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4 (web site)

Wednesday
September 24, 2003
Making a pitch for a Miracle (Channing Proctor '91)
The first time Channing Proctor saw a Miracle League game, he cried...The former Citadel baseball player and his fundraising effort are rounding first base with a dedicated head of steam. A plot of land has been donated by the city of Charleston...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
3 Eagles soar with family's love and support
(Story of triplets from Charlotte - one currently enrolled at Citadel) ...It hit, and he and Paula dedicated their lives to raising the guys as good as they knew how. They just sent them off to college -- Brenton to Florence-Darlington Technical College, Payson to Coastal Carolina and Radisson to the hell that is freshman year at The Citadel...
Published in: Charlotte Observer - Family & Faith

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Campaign brings Clark to Citadel
Democratic candidate says criticizing war not unpatriotic...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
CAMPUS NOTES (news from other S.C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2 - School Plus section

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Clark Calls for a 'New American Patriotism'
...But he also used the setting of the Citadel, the military college here, to appeal to about 150 cadets and civilians on the parade grounds to help restore something loftier, a sense of national spirit that he suggested that the administration's campaign against terror had corroded...
Published in: The New York Times

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Clark campaigns for first time in South Carolina (AP story)
..."We have got to have a new kind of patriotism that recognizes that, in times of war or peace, democracy requires dialogue, disagreement and the courage to speak out," Clark told a crowd of about 250 people gathered on the parade ground of the state military college...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Clark opens in S.C. at Citadel (AP story)
Democrat tells crowd the courage to speak up is a sign of patriotism...
Published in: Charlotte Observer

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Clark Tied With President Bush in Polls
(coverage of Gen. Clark's visit on yesterday - several links to choose from)
Published in: DRUDGE Report
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Clark: Challenge takes courage
Candidate and former general says administration wrong on Iraq...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Democratic hopeful stumps in S.C. (AP story)
Clark speaks at The Citadel...
Published in: The Sun News (Myrtle Beach)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Despite his early lead, Clark is still untested
WASHINGTON — Democrats haven't been drawn to retired general Wesley Clark because of his detailed policy positions. He doesn't have any. On his signature issue, opposition to the war with Iraq, he has contradicted himself in recent days on whether he would have voted last fall to authorize it...
Published in: USA Today
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
General Wesley Clark Promotes his Vision for the Country
Charleston, SC - Presidential candidate General Wesley Clark paid a visit to Charleston Monday to present his vision for the country. The retired four-star general spoke to a crowd of about 250 at the campus of the Citadel...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Holderman boasted of connections
MIAMI--A former president of the University of South Carolina boasted about his White House connections to an undercover officer trying to net him in a visa sting, according to tapes played at his trial Monday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Marisa Buchanan on Wesly Clark
(Commentary on Gen. Clark's visit)
Published in: MSNBC.com

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Reeling Bulldogs need disaster relief
...The Bulldogs' penchant for turning bad, or even average, plays into full-blown disasters cost them dearly in last week's 28-21 loss to Western Carolina. Even more galling -- many of those mistakes were made by The Citadel's most experienced players...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
September 23, 2003
Tuesday's Letters to the Editor (two Citadel pieces)
1. Joe Shine was strong defender of justice
2. Move to GOP discredits O'Dell
Published in: The State - Page A8

Monday
September 22, 2003
Air Force Ignored Abuse at Academy, Inquiry Reports
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 — Top leaders of the United States Air Force disregarded persistent warnings over the last decade that frequent and unpunished sexual assaults were undermining its academy in Colorado Springs, a civilian commission investigating the matter reported today...
Published in: The New York Times

Monday
September 22, 2003
ALABAMA TEN COMMANDMENTS MONUMENT (commentary)
Case reveals ultimate constitutional problems...What Congress can do, and ought to do, is use its Article III powers to strip the inferior federal courts of jurisdiction in cases where an "establishment of religion" is alleged in cases involving activities that have been traditionally accepted practice in this country - schoolchildren reciting the pledge, monuments on courthouse squares that recognize the Ten Commandments as a cornerstone of our law, or prayers before meals at Virginia Military Institute or The Citadel, just to name a few examples....
Published in: The Sun News (Myrtle Beach)

Monday
September 22, 2003
Citadel kicks off ethics program
$2 million project funded by gift from 1963 grad...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Sunday
September 21, 2003
'Way ahead of his time' (former govenor John C. West '42)
...Hilton Head Island At 81, former Gov. John West is no lion in winter, no aged warrior...
Published in: Washington Post - Page D1,2,5

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Bulldogs will examine run game, pass rush
CULLOWHEE, N.C. -- Citadel quarterback Willie Simmons averaged more yards per carry than any Bulldog Saturday against Western Carolina...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Citadel board votes to begin stadium project
School hopes to have new grandstand completed by start of 2004 season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Citadel cadet travels to Israel to study response to terrorism
Terrorism -- and what to do about it -- has been a top priority for our Armed Forces since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Last month, Citadel Cadet Keith Stilwell traveled to Israel to see how that country deals with the problem...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Citadel launches $2 million plan to instill ethics
Retired Gen. John Grinalds, president of The Citadel, wrapped up a budget presentation to state officials by saying, "Now, I want to talk about something really important."
Published in: The Sun News - Myrtle Beach

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Citadel plans leadership initiative to promote ethics
Retired Gen. John Grinalds, president of The Citadel, wrapped up a recent budget presentation to state officials with this: "Now, I want to talk about something really important..."
Published in: The State

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Goal-line stand boosts Western past Bulldogs
Western Carolina 28, The Citadel 21
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Sunday
September 21, 2003
Singletary named Banker of the Year (George A. Singletary '59)
...Singletary was born in Holly Hill and currently resides there. He attended Holly Hill High School. He is a graduate of The Citadel and holds a graduate degree from the L.S.U. School of Banking of the South...
Published in: Times and Democrat (Orangeburg)

Sunday
September 21, 2003
The Citadel Drops To Troy State, 5-4
Charleston - Freshman Kelly Sheehy's two goals were not enough to give the Bulldogs a victory over Troy State, in non-conference action, September 21, on Washington Light Infantry. Troy State freshman Janna Mosher tallied two goals for the Trojans, including the game-winner, in the 5-4 win over The Citadel...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4

Friday
September 19, 2003
Clark Comes Out Blazing at Bush's 'Arrogance' on Iraq
...The first was that Mother Nature is often more powerful than even Democratic voting blocs. Plans to make a speech at the Citadel in South Carolina, established as a military college in 1842, were scotched when campaign staffers hesitated to fly Clark so close to the eye of Hurricane Isabel...
Published in: Los Angeles Times

Friday
September 19, 2003
Experts: Clark still has time to impress S.C. voters (AP story)
...Clark is wasting little time getting to know South Carolina voters. He will address cadets at The Citadel on Monday. He plans to meet with folks at a restaurant in downtown Charleston before he heads to the state's military college, where his campaign has rented a large hall to address Citadel cadets about the role of the military in America...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Friday
September 19, 2003
Football game heat (letter to the editor)
I'm a 1992 graduate of The Citadel. From the time I was 8 years old, my parents have attended virtually every Citadel home football game. Why on earth does Coach Ellis Johnson punish the loyal fans by subjecting us to the hottest part of the day to watch a football game?
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Friday
September 19, 2003
Old Glory comes down (photo - not web accessible)
The caption reads, "Citadel cadets Steevn Baxter (from left), Daniel Rhodes and Javier Yudice, all sophomores from Palmetto Battery Company, fold the J. S. flag at the end of the day Thursday. Palmetto Barrery Company raises and takes down the banner daily."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
September 18, 2003
'Rev' earning respect, catching on at Citadel
...Johnson, The Citadel's senior All-America receiver, had asked freshman Rontreal Tyler to fill in for him during a preseason drill. The knob refused...
Published in: The Post and Courier - LPage C1,3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
September 18, 2003
First quarter grades are now posted
...In the case of South Carolina, Clemson and The Citadel, some tutoring in remedial offense may be needed if they expect a passing grade at the end of the season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
September 18, 2003
Howard Underdown DuRant '60 (obit - scroll down)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Thursday
September 18, 2003
New technology to get kids to cars after school in Clemson
CLEMSON — Clemson Elementary will use federal money to test a new computerized method of getting children quickly and safely to parents' cars after school...Graduate students at Clemson University and in South Carolina State University's new masters program in transportation will work with Clemson Elementary and an Orangeburg school. They will develop software and work on implementation, installation, data collection and evaluation....Faculty involved include David B. Clarke at Clemson, Veretta J. Sabb at South Carolina State and William J. Davis at The Citadel.
Published in: Greenville News - ?

Thursday
September 18, 2003
Professor tackles Gamecock scheduling
Next month's game against Kentucky on ESPN is slated for eve of many midterm exams...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Thursday
September 18, 2003
The Citadel, Wofford games on TV
...The Georgia Southern-Wofford game will be broadcast by Fox Sports Net (cable channel 31 in Columbia) at 7 p.m., and The Football Network will air The Citadel-Western Carolina game on WMMP in Charleston and WBSC in the Greenville area at 3:30 p.m...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Thursday
September 18, 2003
The State wins two awards (for coverage of The Citadel Conference on Civil Rights)
Parent company honors reporters, columnists on civil rights package, as well as online editor...
Published in: The State - Page B1,2

Wednesday
September 17, 2003
S.C. State official charged with misusing money
Indictment says man used school credit card to buy personal items...
Published in: The State - Page B1,2

Wednesday
September 17, 2003
What to think of the SoCon season so far
...-- The Citadel (1-2) "might have the best offensive personnel in the league," Western Carolina coach Kent Briggs said. If so, the Bulldogs better start showing it. Losses to Delaware and Maryland were hardly a shock, but the magnitude of the defeats was -- The Citadel scored seven points in those two games. Coach Ellis Johnson needs the veteran O to control games for a young defense...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
ACHIEVERS
1. Cario Middle School seventh-grader Michael T. Dawley Jr. of Mount Pleasant received the Mark Clark Award during graduation exercises for The Citadel summer camp.
2. Cadet Suzanne R. Campbell of Mount Pleasant, a junior at The Citadel, recently was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi Society for academic excellence.
Published in: The Post and Courier - School Plus section - Page D2

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
Article based on Citadel Conference wins award (from alumni BBS)
SAN JOSE, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Knight Ridder (NYSE: KRI) today announced the winners in its seventeenth annual James K. Batten Excellence Awards competition, designed to recognize and celebrate the successes of Knight Ridder people...
Published in: Knight-Ridder Newspapers

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
Bulldogs, Cats still a mystery following early mismatches
After three games -- or 25 percent of the season -- Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson still has no idea how good (or bad) his team might be...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C6

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
FYI (misc. school info)
1. Charleston College Fair planned for Thursday
2. Voorhees College buys radio station WRIT
Published in: The Post and Courier - School Plus - Page D1

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
New law school hires two USC faculty members
The private Charleston Law School, which won't start until next year, is raiding the University of South Carolina Law School's faculty and staff...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
Time for Congress to protect religious traditions
...What Congress can do, and ought to do immediately upon its return to the nation's capital, is use its Article III powers to strip the lower federal courts of jurisdiction in cases where an "establishment of religion" is alleged in cases involving activities that have been traditionally accepted practice in this country -- schoolchildren reciting the pledge, monuments on courthouse squares that recognize the Ten Commandments as a cornerstone of our law or prayers before meals at VMI or the Citadel, just to name a few examples...
Published in: The State - Page A9

Tuesday
September 16, 2003
Wachovia executive Cole to retire at end of year
...Cole, a Citadel graduate, took over as the head of Wachovia's Columbia and Charleston operations in 1999. He joined Wachovia in the early 1990s, when the North Carolina bank acquired South Carolina National...
Published in: The State - Page B6

Monday
September 15, 2003
Clemson researchers develop plastic 'blend' (scroll down to article)
CLEMSON Clemson University researchers hope a special process for mixing plastics will improve the effectiveness of everyday items such as food wrap...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Monday
September 15, 2003
Georgia always on minds of USC recruiters
Limited in-state options for football prospects help draw some across the border to USC...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5

Monday
September 15, 2003
Joe Shine (letter to the editor)
As cadet recruits, Joe Shine and I entered the Citadel together in August of 1967. Having come from the segregated public schools of Charleston, that was all we had in common on that hot summer day. Four years later, we were forever bonded as graduates in the Class of 1971. Our respective paths through those four years were very different. His was far more difficult...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Monday
September 15, 2003
Judicial fiat (letter to the editor)
U.S. courts are venting judiciary opinions that deny religion by insensitive interpretations of the First Amendment. The First Amendment that refers to separation of church and state was not established for the purpose of abating freedom of religion but for the protection of our religious freedom...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Monday
September 15, 2003
Men Place Fifth At Davidson
Charleston - Senior Robert Killian led the team to a fifth-place finish, beating cross-town rival College of Charleston as he took 18th with an 8K time of 28:01...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - 7:08 P.M.

Monday
September 15, 2003
Public servant
PERHAPS YOU HAD not heard of Joe Shine until the news of his untimely death ran in The State on Thursday. Mr. Shine was not a spotlight-grabbing politician. He was instead a solid, steady and respected contributor to public service in South Carolina...
Published in: The State - page A10

Monday
September 15, 2003
Savings program pays for private colleges
Parents have a new way to save for their children's college education, especially if they want them to attend some of the nation's top private colleges and universities...
Published in: The State - Page D1

Sunday
September 14, 2003

USC will open an office of economic development this fall to give the business community and industry recruiters one stop for dealing with one of the region's biggest economic engines...
Published in: The State - Page F1,3

Sunday
September 14, 2003
Battered Bulldogs: We'll be all right
COLLEGE PARK, MD.--Three games into the season, The Citadel Bulldogs are ready for a new start...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Sunday
September 14, 2003
Bulldogs End In Double Overtime Draw With Canisius
Charleston - Kelly Pesterfield scored the lone goal for The Citadel as Bulldogs end a double overtime battle in a 1-1 draw against non-conference opponent Canisius, September 14, at the Demske Sports Complex...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4 - sports

Sunday
September 14, 2003
Maryland 61, Citadel 0
Charleston - Josh Allen opened the game with a 72-yard touchdown run and Steve Suter scored on a punt return in a 24-point first quarter as Maryland cruised to its most lopsided win in 49 years, 61-0 over The Citadel on Saturday night...
Published in: WCIV - Channel 4 - Sports

Sunday
September 14, 2003
Taaffe's Terrapins overpower Citadel
COLLEGE PARK, MD.--Charlie Taaffe and Ralph Friedgen, a pair of former Citadel football coaches, had little use for nostalgia Saturday night...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4
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Sunday
September 14, 2003
USC seeks to increase diversity
COLUMBIA--The University of South Carolina is wrestling with how to foster diversity 40 years after its integration...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Saturday
September 13, 2003
Can Citadel reclaim success of Taaffe years?
As Charlie Taaffe stared at the flickering images on the TV screen this week, the memories came rushing back...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3
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Saturday
September 13, 2003
Johnson wins national economic honor (scroll down to article)
Henry H. "Hal" Johnson, executive director of the Orangeburg County Development Commission, received the 2003 Economic Developer of the Year award from the National Rural Economic Developers Association. Johnson, a 1988 graduate of The Citadel, worked with the S.C. Department of Commerce for three years before going to Orangeburg County in 1999.
Published in: The State

Saturday
September 13, 2003
Kerry visits with Benedict students
Presidential candidate discusses plans for funding higher education...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Saturday
September 13, 2003
Maryland 61, Citadel 0 (scroll down to the article)
Josh Allen opened the game with a 72-yard touchdown run and Steve Suter scored on a punt return in a 24-point first quarter as Maryland cruised to its most lopsided win in 49 years, 61-0 over The Citadel in College Park...
Published in: Greenville News

Saturday
September 13, 2003
State board delays budget cut ruling
COLUMBIA--Members of the S.C. Budget and Control Board will have to wait a bit longer before deciding if another round of midyear budget cuts will be necessary for the current year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Saturday
September 13, 2003
Students take to the streets to spur voting
Benedict College, Allen University volunteers take part in statewide project to register voters...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Friday
September 12, 2003
ASU's new alumni chief quits after just 4 days on the job
The newly hired president of the Arizona State University Alumni Association quit after only four days on the job and homecoming just weeks away...
Published in: The Arizona Republic

Friday
September 12, 2003
Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce (not web accessible)
Citadel cadets are featured on the front cover of this month's' edition. The photo captures an arial view of five cadets walking across the quad.
Published in: Business Advocate

Friday
September 12, 2003
Coaches Know Citadel Mind-Set
In 1973, a young graduate assistant at Maryland named Ralph Friedgen took his first full-time coaching job at The Citadel, a military academy in Charleston, S.C. Thirty years later -- this Saturday, to be exact -- Friedgen will coach the Terrapins against the Bulldogs, and he won't be the only member of his staff who understands what it's like to coach in that strict, regimented environment...
Published in: Washington Post

Friday
September 12, 2003
Greenville remembers 9-11
...In Charleston, hundreds gathered to pray and sing in a park near Charleston Harbor, according to Associated Press reports. A crowd of 300 gathered in Liberty Square and heard Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr., speak. Cadets at The Citadel played taps on campus and a flag that flew over the Pentagon was to be raised at the Naval Hospital in Beaufort, the AP reported...
Published in: Greenville News

Friday
September 12, 2003
High Tuition Debts and Low Pay Drain Public Interest Law
Often saddled with huge debts taken on to pay for their legal educations, more and more law school graduates are finding it hard to work in low-paying positions as public defenders, legal aid lawyers and — notwithstanding the popularity of "Law and Order" — prosecutors...
Published in: The New York Times

Friday
September 12, 2003
Hundreds pause to remember terror atacks (AP story)
...Among other events around the state, cadets at The Citadel played taps on campus and a flag that flew over the Pentagon was to be raised at the Naval Hospital in Beaufort...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Friday
September 12, 2003
Joint stadium is win-win for USC and Bombers
...There are obvious obstacles that need to be overcome in an agreement that would be similar to one that works famously between The Citadel and the city of Charleston at Joe Riley Park...
Published in: The State - Page C1,8

Friday
September 12, 2003
Joseph Dawson Shine
Joseph Dawson Shine, who died unexpectedly at age 53 Wednesday, leaves a distinguished legacy of achievement. He earned a history degree as the second black graduate of The Citadel, a master's degree from Southern Illinois University and a law degree from Harvard University. But most importantly, he earned the profound respect of those who knew him best...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A18

Friday
September 12, 2003
Local firefighters, police officers, students reflect on Sept. 11
...At precisely 8:46 a.m., the time the first plane hit, Citadel junior Philip Mantz raised his trumpet to play taps on the school's Summerall Field. Faculty trickled out of nearby buildings and stood silently. "I've had to play taps a lot," Mantz said, adding that "I've seen people in my own company go to Iraq..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14
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Friday
September 12, 2003
Ties run deep between staffs at The Citadel, Maryland
Had things gone a little differently three years ago, Ellis Johnson might have been sitting alongside Charlie Taaffe in the Maryland coaches' box Saturday when the Terps take on The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Friday
September 12, 2003
USC honors 40 years of campus integration
Three who helped desegregate school in '63 provide firsthand accounts of painful journey...
Published in: The State - Page B1,2

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Charles A. Gabriel; Chief of Air Force (former Advisory Council member)
Charles A. Gabriel, 75, a four-star general and fighter pilot who served as Air Force chief of staff under President Ronald Reagan, died Sept. 4 at the Jefferson assisted living facility in Arlington. He had Alzheimer's disease...
Published in: Washington Post

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Citadel's Washburn lands with Chicago
The Chicago Bears have signed former Citadel defensive end Cliff Washburn to their practice squad, the NFL team announced...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Death of General Charles Gabries, USAF Retired, former U.S. Chief of Staff of the Air Force
Here is an excerpt from a memo from the president's office to former presidents of The Citadel "Gen. Charles A. Gabriel, USAF (Ret) of our Advisory Council We believe he passed away last Thursday. Funeral services will be on Wednesday, 17 Sep 2003 at 1300 at the Arlington Post (Old Post) Chapel at Ft. Myer. Arrangements are through Damaine Funeral Home, 520 South Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. Phone number is 703-549-0074."
Published in: Excerpt from Correspondence from President's Office

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Early black Citadel graduate dies
Joseph Dawson Shine, a former attorney for the S.C. Budget and Control Board and the second black graduate of The Citadel, died Wednesday. He was 53...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6
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Thursday
September 11, 2003
Ex-chief of cadet discipline denies seeing 'true rape' at academy
Female colonel tells Air Force investigators that drinking, fraternization led to problems...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A5

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Lowcountry 9-11 Events (not web accessible)
Taps at The Citadel, 8:46 a.m., Summerall Field
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Obituaries
1. Anderson, C. William (attended - did not graduate)
2. Deas, John '40 - memorial service tomorrow in Summerall Chapel, 10 a.m.
3. Molony, Raymond D. (attended - did not graduate)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4,5

Thursday
September 11, 2003
Pound for pound, Grant is Bulldogs' top hitter
...Back when Grant was a little 7-year-old roaming the pee-wee football fields of Sumter, league officials were forced to alter their rules, outlawing contact in flag football...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
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Thursday
September 11, 2003
Prominent lawyer Joe Shine dies at 53
Joe Shine, respected lawyer, public servant and husband of a federal judge, collapsed and died unexpectedly Wednesday morning. He was 53...
Published in: The State - Page B1,3

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
Citadel looks like safe bet for Maryland
In the 161 years since the founding of The Citadel, a k a the Military Academy of South Carolina, probably nobody has been happier to see a school delegation arrive than Ralph Friedgen will be Saturday evening at Byrd Stadium...
Published in: The Washington Times - Sports

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
Health care insurance premiums jump again
S.C. employers and workers to see big increases in costs next year...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
Joseph Shine, 2nd Black Citadel Graduate, Dies at 53
South Carolina - The Citadel's second black graduate has died after collapsing at the Savannah River Site where he was the head lawyer for the company that runs the facility...
Broadcast on: WCIV -TV - Channel 4 - 11:00 Newscast

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
N. Chas. sued over solicitation charge
Former Mount Pleasant Town Councilman William C. "Billy" Mills ('71) has sued the city of North Charleston, alleging his reputation was damaged and he was wrongfully arrested in September 2001 when police charged him with soliciting a prostitute...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
No. 2 vs. No. 3 could be title preview - SoCon Football
...These are tough times around the SoCon as App State, The Citadel, Western Carolina and Chattanooga all were soundly whipped last week. But nowhere is it more difficult than at Elon, which lost 17-3 to Division II Tusculum, dropping the Phoenix to 0-2...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
Obituaries (not web accesible)
1. Col. John Deas, USAF Retired, '48
2. Raymond Deal Molony, (attended - not a grad)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4 & B5

Wednesday
September 10, 2003
Second black Citadel graduate dies
Joseph Dawson Shine, the second black graduate at The Citadel and a former attorney for the State Budget and Control Board, died suddenly Wednesday. He was 53...
Published in: AP via LexisNexis

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
9-11 EVENTS IN LOWCOUNTRY
...The Citadel will remember victims of Sept. 11 and pay solemn tribute to the servicemen and women who have died in the war on terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq with low-key remembrances. Taps will be played at 8:46 a.m. at the flag pole on Summerall Field. A moment of silence will be observed at lunch to remember Citadel graduates Marine Lt. Shane Childers, 2001; Marine Capt. Benjamin Sammis, 1996; and Navy Lt. Peter Ober, 1998. Prayer on Summerall Field will follow...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B6

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
Army to teach 'warrior ethos' to soldiers
FORT MONROE, VA.--The U.S. Army is upgrading basic training for officers and enlisted personnel to emphasize combat leadership skills and what officers at the Training and Doctrine Command here are calling the "warrior ethos..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A5

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
Coaches called on the carpet
..."I think this summit has some merit," said Citadel coach Pat Dennis. "But I don't know that a three-hour meeting is going to make the difference in somebody cheating or not. My belief is that people who are going to cheat are going to cheat. But I think the NABC just wants people to think about things before they act."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
Music group files piracy lawsuits
RIAA warns thousands may face penalties for copying online music files...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
On Iraq and Bush's Speech, a Sampling of the Public Pulse Finds Varying Beats
...Mr. Sellars, who said he came from a military family and had a son in school at the Citadel, did not put much stock in critics who say that more troops are needed in Iraq, or that the military is spread too thin around the globe. "I believe the president," he said. "I'm sure he's not relying on just one general's information. If the president says we have enough troops, I think we have enough..."
Published in: The New York Times

Tuesday
September 9, 2003
Volunteers mark 9-11 anniversary
Thousands to give back to community...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Monday
September 8, 2003
Black colleges' creative fundraising
In the United States, black colleges are changing their marketing strategies and finding creative ways to raise much-needed funds.
Published in: BBC - United Kingdom

Monday
September 8, 2003
Coming Up (events for the week -- not web accessible)
TUESDAY - Lecture: Daniel Library Friends free lecture series begins with "Discipline with dignity, The Citadel's Sword Drill" featoring auther and Citadel graduate David Epps at 6:30 p.m. at The Citadel. THURSDAY - Tribute: The Citadel will remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001terrorist attacks and pay a solemn tribute to the servicemen and women who have died in the war on terrorism.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
September 8, 2003
Friedgen, Terps Still Waiting for Offense to Show
...As he scrutinized the tape of Saturday night's 35-10 blowout loss at Florida State -- a loss that leaves the Terps 0-2 headed into this week's home opener against the Citadel -- Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen was trying to figure it all out. Friedgen has a reputation for being an offensive genius, a mastermind, a guru -- pick your buzzword -- but the lack of production is mystifying to him...
Published in: Washington Post

Sunday
September 7, 2003
Applaud Citadel (Letter to the Editor)
I have been reading with interest the letters written by my fellow alumni proclaiming the ultimate demise of The Citadel, now that grace before meals will no longer be required. I, on the other hand, applaud the current leadership's position of eliminating the prayer and establishing a "period of silence..."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Sunday
September 7, 2003
Bulldogs' running game goes nowhere
NEWARK, DEL.--The Citadel ran roughshod over Charleston Southern last week, gaining 435 yards rushing against the Bucs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Sunday
September 7, 2003
Hall's Blue Hens leave Bulldogs cold
NEWARK, DEL.--Saturday night was cool and comfortable in this college town some 45 minutes south of Philadelphia. The only heat generated at Delaware Stadium came from the charcoal grills outside, part of a thriving tailgate scene...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Sunday
September 7, 2003
HOPE Scholarships threatened in Georgia
Atlanta Cheryl Hendricks is counting on Georgia's lottery-funded HOPE Scholarship to give her teenage boys a free ride to college. But the much-replicated program may have become too popular for its own good...
Published in: The State - Page A7

Sunday
September 7, 2003
Strapped Hood College to Dip Into Endowment
Hood College, beset by financial woes that threatened its survival, has won permission to use $10.5 million of its endowment funds to pay off its most serious debts in a move that some experts called unique...
Published in: Washington Post

Saturday
September 6, 2003
Greenville TD Club to meet
Greenville TD Club to meet: The Greenville Touchdown Club will meet for lunch at noon Monday at the Embassy Suites in Greenville. Les Robinson, The Citadel athletics director, will be the speaker. Membership is $50. For information, contact Frank Fitzgerald at 298-0010.
Published in: Greenville News

Saturday
September 6, 2003
Heat won't help The Citadel this time
There's a reason Citadel football coach Ellis Johnson likes to schedule home games for Saturday afternoons. And there's a reason opposing teams have to stare into the sun as it glares over the Ashley River, not far from Johnson Hagood Stadium...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Saturday
September 6, 2003
Man who watched over Hunley's crew loses cancer fight
Burt was a fixture at every modern Hunley event. He marched in the 1999 burial of the Hunley's first crew, discovered buried beneath Johnson Hagood Stadium at The Citadel. He participated in the annual ceremonies that marked the departure of the Hunley's final crew from Breach Inlet on Feb. 17, 1864...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill)

Friday
September 5, 2003
Attorney general rejects events fees by Highway Patrol
...Citadel spokeswoman Charlene Gunnels said such a move would not affect the military college, which uses city of Charleston police to direct traffic at its special events...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Friday
September 5, 2003
Blue Hens relying on transfers, too
The Citadel won't be the only team on the field Saturday at Delaware with a former ACC quarterback on offense and an ex-Blue Devil on defense...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Friday
September 5, 2003
Citadel ad (not web accessible)
The Citadel will be participating in 2003 Career Fair on Tuesday, September 23rd from 10am - 1pm & 2pm - 6pm.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Friday
September 5, 2003
G.O.P. Plan Would Restrict Rise in Tuition
Two House Republican leaders sharply attacked American colleges and universities in a report yesterday, saying their costs were out of control...
Published in: The New York Times

Friday
September 5, 2003
General takes one last flight (Brig. Gen. Gerald A. Black '67)
315th Airlift Wing commander retiring after 36-year career...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Friday
September 5, 2003
Kenneth Lillard ('49)
Camden -- Funeral services for Kenneth Carter Lillard, 78, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, September 5, 2003, at Saint Timothy's Lutheran Church with burial to follow in Quaker Cemetery...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Friday
September 5, 2003
Lady Eagles fall behind early, drop close game to Citadel
The Citadel held off a late Winthrop rally to defeat the Lady Eagles 3-2 Wed- nesday night in women's soccer action on Eagle Field...
Published in: The Herald (Rock Hill) - Sports

Friday
September 5, 2003
Law school plan clears big hurdle
COLUMBIA--The Charleston School of Law moved one step closer to becoming a reality Thursday, receiving permission from the S.C. Commission on Higher Education to begin advertising and enrolling students for classes starting in September 2004...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A 1 ,11

Friday
September 5, 2003
State needs Carter as chief of staff more than school
THERE MAY BE NO more difficult job in state government than chief of staff to the governor. And, especially when the governor in question has no prior experience in South Carolina's Byzantine governmental and political system, there may be no more important job in state government...
Published in: The State - Page A8

Friday
September 5, 2003
USC to look at impact of nanoscience
...The University of South Carolina was awarded a $1.3 million grant to study the impact of tinkering with nature's building blocks...
Published in: The State - Page B1,3

Thursday
September 4, 2003
C of C weighs minor in gay, lesbian studies
As film and lecture series opens, faculty plans to develop program that could be first in state...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,5

Thursday
September 4, 2003
Hardin twins hit the field together for The Citadel
When the Hardin boys are going at it, Citadel football players have learned to stand back and stay out of the way...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Thursday
September 4, 2003
Kenneth Carter Lillard, 78, '49
Camden -- Funeral services for Kenneth Carter Lillard, 78, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, September 5, 2003, at Saint Timothy's Lutheran Church with burial to follow in Quaker Cemetery...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Thursday
September 4, 2003
Music file-sharing hits sour note on campus
S.C. colleges heed industry crackdown on those who download pirated songs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Thursday
September 4, 2003
Sertoma Club (Letter to the Editor)
...Sertoma welcomes new members. We meet every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at The Citadel Alumni Center on Hagood Avenue, and each luncheon meeting features a variety of speakers on interesting topics. For further information, please call 853-7107...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Thursday
September 4, 2003
Sfevan Burt "75
BURT, Steven Entered into eternal rest on the evening of September 1, 2003...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Thursday
September 4, 2003
USC Provost Odom plans to go back to teaching
COLUMBIA--University of South Carolina Provost Jerry Odom plans to step down from his post next year and return to teaching and research in the chemistry department...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
September 4, 2003
USC provost to leave position
Jerry Odom plans to teach again after seven years as head of academic affairs...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Monday
September 1, 2003
As state money evaporates, many left high and dry
Among other things, The Citadel cut two sports, soccer and golf. (A private effort later raised enough money to keep the golf program going for another year.)
Published in: The Post and Courier

Monday
September 1, 2003
N.C. couple dies in plane crash
(Pilot Robert Edward Bell Jr., 61, '64) HILTON HEAD ISLAND--A couple from Hickory, N.C., were killed Sunday when their single-engine plane went down in some woods near the island's airport.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
September 1, 2003
Prayer ban could lead to more restrictions
I can't believe that anybody but a pitiful excuse of a person would object to one thanking God for his food. The Citadel and the Virginia Military Institute are American institutions that train men and women for military leadership for our country. Such opposition to prayer is an ungrateful expression to a holy God, our men and women in uniform and to us Americans...
Published in: The State

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