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The Citadel in the News: Archive

October 2004

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Sunday
October 31, 2004
Relentless Terriers down Citadel
SPARTANBURG — The balance of talent between Wofford and The Citadel, or anyone else for that matter, does not often tip in Wofford's favor...
Published in: The State - Page C9

Sunday
October 31, 2004
Struggling Bulldogs vow not to give up
SPARTANBURG--The Citadel's tour of Division I-A teams and the upper reaches of the I-AA Top 25 is at an end. And all the Bulldogs have to show for it is a 1-6 record and some deep frustrations...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E6

Sunday
October 31, 2004
Student legislature elects governor (scroll down)
Edward Charles Sutton II of the Citadel was elected governor during the fall session of the South Carolina Student Legislature held Oct. 13-17, in Columbia...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
October 31, 2004
Wofford's big plays ice Dogs
WOFFORD 38, THE CITADEL 17
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E1,6

Saturday
October 30, 2004
Fighting starts, ends with one family
...At this point in the Civil War, cadets from the Citadel had fired on the Union ship Star of the West, preventing it from providing supplies to Fort Sumter; Fort Sumter had been fired upon and surrendered to the Confederate army; and a few small skirmishes had occurred. However, no major battle had yet taken place, but both sides knew it was imminent...
Published in: Washington Times - web site

Saturday
October 30, 2004
Terriers' playoff hopes depend on stretch run
The Wofford Terriers find their playoff fate back in the hands of the Division I-AA selection committee this season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Saturday
October 30, 2004
The Citadel searching for breakthrough vs. Wofford (not web accessible)
Published in: The State - Page - special section

Friday
October 29, 2004
“FIRING ON THE STAR OF THE WEST” RE-ENACTMENT (scroll down)
9:30 a.m. Saturday Nov. 6 at Brittlebank Park. Sponsored by the Citadel Class of 1969, Rebel Yell Bourbon. Free. Nat Davis, (843) 813-1617.
Published in: The State - web site only

Friday
October 29, 2004
Coastal Carolina the surprise in Big South
...There's a similar philosophy at The Citadel, but for a different reason. The Bulldogs are suffering through a dismal season, and first-year Citadel coach John Zernhelt is calling more on his youth. Freshman quarterback Duran Lawson has started the past two games against Furman and Georgia Southern, and freshman tailback Montrell Lee gained a career-high 123 yards on 21 carries in the loss to the Eagles. Lee was named SoCon freshman of the week...
Published in: The Herald

Friday
October 29, 2004
Scottish generosity (scroll down)
From Sept. 15 to Sept. 19, I had the responsibility and pleasure of executing the set-up for the 33th annual Charleston Scottish Games and Highland Gathering at Boone Hall. To the many volunteers and society members involved, the society extends its thanks. I also extend thanks to the Citadel cadets who gave their time. The cadets worked side by side with me and other members to prepare for about 3,500 visitors and about 1,500 participants...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Thursday
October 28, 2004
Firing Re-enactment (not web accessible)
The Citadel Class of 1969 and Rebel Yell Bourbon will sponsor the re-enactment of the firing on the Star of the West, the first shots fired at the start of the Civil War.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB - school plus section

Thursday
October 28, 2004
German-American contribution honored (not web accessible)
The German-American Friendship Award was presented to Dr. James Hardin on Oct. 15 the The Citadel. The presentation was made in Mark Clark Hall by Dr. Andrea Zimmer, deputy consul general of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB, schools plus section

Thursday
October 28, 2004
Hipp resigns from helm of SCBT
COLUMBIA — C. John Hipp III, the 53-year leader who presided over unprecedented expansion of SCBT Financial Corp. and its flagship bank in Orangeburg, resigned Thursday as president and chief executive officer..."I know that I leave this company in good hands, under the tremendously talented guidance of Robert Hill, with whom I've worked for 16 years, and the other highly experienced executive officers." Hill is a 1988 graduate of The Citadel and holds a master's in business administration from the University of South Carolina. He is married and has two sons, 9 and 12.
Published in: Times and Democrat

Thursday
October 28, 2004
Small wonder; Citadel RB uses size to advantage
How short is Citadel running back Montrell Lee?
"He could probably run under this table," Bulldogs coach John Zernhelt said as he ate lunch at his weekly news conference Monday. The Citadel's roster lists Lee, the freshman who cracked the 100-yard mark against No. 2 Georgia Southern last week, at 5-8 and 182 pounds. Lee himself confesses to being more like 5-6.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
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Wednesday
October 27, 2004
3 Comments on ... The U.S. Economy (not web accessible)
The American enonomy is growing, and the war in Iraq is unlikely to short-circuit the recovery, Roger W. Ferguson Jr., vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, said in a speech Tuesday to cadets at The Citadel.
Published in: The State - Page A12

Wednesday
October 27, 2004
Citadel grad among Hendrick crash dead
A Citadel graduate who flew Army helicopters during the Vietnam War was among the 10 people killed when a Hendrick Motorsports airplane crashed Sunday en route to the Nextel Cup event in Martinsville, Va...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C7

Wednesday
October 27, 2004
Fed official guarded on nation's economy
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson, second only to Alan Greenspan in setting U.S. monetary policy, gave an optimistic but guarded assessment of the U.S. economy Tuesday during a visit to Charles-ton. In a 20-minute speech at The Citadel, Ferguson said business spending in the United States is improving, but more slowly than it did in the wake of past recessions. He acknowledged that the war in Iraq may be one of the factors holding companies back from shelling out more money for employees, computers and buildings...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B12

Wednesday
October 27, 2004
Groups to address college sports reform
The NCAA this week is expected to propose team academic standards that could lead to scholarship losses, and the Knight Commission is in Indianapolis today to discuss financial issues in college sports...
Published in: Indystar.com

Wednesday
October 27, 2004
Wofford punting this weekend? It's a 50-50 proposition
Much to its dismay, The Citadel learned last week that even when you get Georgia Southern to fourth-and-long, you haven't stopped the Eagles...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
October 27, 2004
Yeah, but the travel squad is only 2,000 (scroll down)
With The Citadel traveling to Spartanburg this weekend, it's time again to point out just how small Wofford is:
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
October 26, 2004
Cadets gat hands-on lesson in helping out (not web accessible)
(photo opportunity)
Citadel Cadets Chris Altman and Warren Phillips, along with classmates from The Citadel's Problem Solving and Team Building classes, load a tractor-trailer with hurrican relief supplies for Aort Pierce, Fla., on Monday.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
October 26, 2004
Dedicated cop delivers a message
When Jim Ettari ('83) graduated from a New York high school 25 years ago, a tattoo on one arm proclaimed "Death Before Dishonor." The tattoo on the other arm informed that "Saturday Night is Just for Fighting."
Published in: Greenville News
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Tuesday
October 26, 2004
Mid-season report cards in for state colleges
Furman and Wofford are ranked in Division I-AA's Top 10, and South Carolina State is knocking on the door of the Top 25. Presbyterian, Charleston Southern and Coastal Carolina are aiming at winning seasons, and The Citadel successfully played a home game last week without interruption from tropical disturbances...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Saturday
October 23, 2004
Citadel professor an advocate for bicycle-, pedestrian-friendly towns
Citadel economics professor Don Sparks and his wife were on a cross-country bicycle trip from San Diego to Charleston in 1993 when they got a rude reminder of the status of cycling in the Palmetto State...
Published in: The Post and Courier - via web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Saturday
October 23, 2004
Dobelle returning
Former University of Hawaii president Evan Dobelle is expected to return to New England to take a job leading a Boston-based nonprofit agency that supports higher education. Dobelle, who is also the former president of Trinity College, is expected to be named next month as president of the New England Board of Higher Education. He would begin in December. (Evan Dobelle attended The Citadel for 2 years and is a member of the Class of 1966)
Published in: Starbulletin.com (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Thursday
October 21, 2004
28-year retirement must be abolished to stabilize system
ACTIONS HAVE consequences. Reduce the number of years people have to work before drawing full retirement benefits, don’t increase the amount of money they have to pay into the retirement system, and do this at a time when lifespans are increasing, and you’re going to create a train wreck. That is precisely what our General Assembly did in 2000. And in a little more than a year, as The State’s Jeff Stensland recently reported, either state government retirees or current state employees or all the taxpayers of South Carolina are going to start experiencing the consequences.
Published in: The State - Page A8

Thursday
October 21, 2004
CGPS Ad (not web accessible)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Thursday
October 21, 2004
Citadel's Bryant -- he ain't as heavy as his brothers
It was a Thanksgiving tradition at the Bryant house in Edmond, Okla. Before the ingestion of mass quantities of food could begin, there was a brotherly football game. And this game of two-on-two featured about 1,000 pounds of brother. "I took a few hits from them," admitted Citadel freshman Jacob Bryant, who at 6-1 and 273 pounds is the "little" brother in the Bryant family...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
October 21, 2004
ON CAMPUS (not web accessible)
1. Parents' Weekend
2. Greater Issues Series
3. CGPS Open House
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 9ZB

Thursday
October 21, 2004
Solicitor's race centers on youth crime
The 1st Circuit solicitor's office needs to team up with more churches to divert young people from drugs and crime, says David Pascoe ('89), a Democrat who is running against Republican incumbent Robby Robbins.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
437th gets 1st woman commander
With more than 3,500 hours in the cockpit to her credit, Col. Susan Y. Desjardins on Tuesday became the first woman to assume command of the 437th Airlift Wing at Charleston Air Force Base...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8
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Wednesday
October 20, 2004
A Lesson In Ice Cream
Wholly Cow teams with C of C marketing class to develop expansion plans...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B9,10

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
Building Arts college crafts future on McLeod
The American College of the Building Arts announced plans Tuesday to open its doors in 2005, while James Islanders vowed to continue the fight to prevent the college from making a local historic site its home...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
Last Border Patrol recruits graduate
The U.S. Border Patrol Academy, with roughly 7,700 new agents to its credit over the past eight years, graduated its last class Tuesday from its campus at the former Charleston Naval Base. "The last class had 43 graduates," said Paul McGuire, a spokesman for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center at Glynco, Ga. McGuire said the Border Patrol will shift its training for rookie agents to an expanded academy in Artesia, N.M. In Charleston, a federal training center has emerged in the Border Patrol academy's place that will offer training to Coast Guard service members.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
Public University Tuition Is Up Sharply for 2004
Tuition at the nation's public universities rose an average of 10.5 percent this year, the second largest increase in more than a decade, according to the latest annual survey by the College Board. Last year's rise, 13 percent, was the highest...
Published in: The New York Times

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
Top Colleges, Rated by Those Who Chose Them
For years, editors and educators have turned out lists grading the nation's coolest, hottest, hardest-partying, and of course, academically best colleges and universities. But while those surveys captured what administrators, faculty members, students, and other experts thought, no one ranked colleges based entirely on where America's best and brightest ultimately decided to go...
Published in: The New York Times

Wednesday
October 20, 2004
Tuition increases slow a bit
Public college cost up 10.5%, compared to last year's 13%...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A6

Tuesday
October 19, 2004
Creighton Lewis (obit - posted on 19 Oct 04)
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site only

Tuesday
October 19, 2004
No rest in sight for weary Bulldogs
The Citadel began this season with the second-toughest schedule in Division I-AA football. And believe it or not, it's only gotten tougher. With No. 2 Georgia Southern coming to Johnson Hagood Stadium on Saturday, the 1-4 Bulldogs are facing the middle game of a three-game stretch against Top 10 Division I-AA teams. They lost to No. 7 Furman by 33-14 last week and face No. 5 Wofford on Oct. 30.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Monday
October 18, 2004
Citadel student killed in auto accident
WHITMIRE--A 21-year-old senior cadet at The Citadel died instantly early Sunday when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a tree while in town visiting his parents...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
October 18, 2004
COMING UP
TUESDAY - WE WERE SOLDIERS: Joseph L. Galloway, co-author of the national bestseller "We Were Soldiers Once and Young" will speak at 6:30 p.m. at The Citadel, Bond Hall, Room 165. Free, open to the public.

WEDNESDAY - LEADERSHIP FORUM: The Citadel School of Business Leadership Forum presents "Challenges Facing Married Career MBAs and Private and Public Sector Innovation" at 5:45 p.m. in Duckett Hall Auditorium at The Citadel.

COL. LACKEY: The Citadel Senior Scholars will host Col. Tony Lackey, assistant commandant of the S.C. Corps of Cadets, and top-ranking cadets as they discuss leadership training, instruction and daily life at 2 p.m. in Mark Clark Hall at The Citdel. To join Senior Scholars, call the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at (843) 953-5089.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
October 18, 2004
Creighton Andrew "Andy" Lewis ('05 - obit)
Creighton Andrew "Andy" Lewis, 21, died October 17, 2004 after injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Andy was born in Newberry County, July 28, 1983, son of William "Bill" Primm and Elizabeth "Beth" Marshall Lewis. A 2001 graduate of Union High, he was a member of International Honor Society, Beta Club, and the Tennis Team. Upon graduation he was enrolled at The Citadel where he was a senior Cadet, Class of 2005, he currently holds rank of Cadet Second Lieutenant, honor Representative of Charlie Company which is an elected position of the most Honorable Cadet.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Monday
October 18, 2004
Navy’s dress code won’t require skirts
The U.S. Navy is getting a 21st century makeover, with a new dress code that makes skirts optional for its more than 54,000 female sailors for the first time since women officially entered the service in 1908...
Published in: The State - Page A5

Sunday
October 17, 2004
C of C's economic impact on S.C.
For Congress, the pending issue of institutional accountability for federal spending on higher education is fairly new. For university presidents, however, accountability has been at the forefront for a long time. After all, under current federal legislation, the educational futures of 6 million college students are on the line. Over $60 billion of federal financial aid is in jeopardy. How can we afford to be complacent?
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A13

Sunday
October 17, 2004
College Notes
(News from other S.C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
October 17, 2004
Furman flattens Bulldogs
FURMAN 33, THE CITADEL 14
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E1,5

Sunday
October 17, 2004
Lawson loosens up late in loss
GREENVILLE--One second-half play Saturday might have indicated the future direction of The Citadel's offense. Freshman quarterback Duran Lawson dropped to pass and was forced to scramble. He side-stepped five or six tacklers on the way to a 52-yard run that set up The Citadel's first touchdown in a 33-14 loss to Furman...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E5

Sunday
October 17, 2004
New SAT stirs student concerns
...Starting in March, students will take a new version of the SAT, which adds an essay and makes significant changes in the math and verbal sections. Zach said he expects the new test to be harder...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,7

Sunday
October 17, 2004
Paladins pound Bulldogs
The Furman Paladins had heard quite enough about their one-point loss to Appalachian State last week...
Published in: Greenville News

Sunday
October 17, 2004
Top 20 drive a big deal for Clemson, entire state
Americans love lists, so it’s no surprise that we also love ranking colleges and universities on everything from athletics to the quality of food served in the dining halls. Some rankings clearly are tongue-in-cheek while others have tremendous influence on an institution’s ability to recruit top students and faculty members...
Published in: The State - Page D3

Saturday
October 16, 2004
Bulldogs ready for Southern Conference's 'Murderers' Row'
Some in the Southern Conference are calling it "Murderers' Row," and it is easy to see why. Thanks to the SoCon's schedule rotation, The Citadel Bulldogs will face three of the top eight Division I-AA football teams in the nation in the next three weeks, starting today at No. 8 Furman. Then it's games against No. 2 Georgia Southern and No. 6 Wofford...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Saturday
October 16, 2004
Fritz of the Tart Tongue
After 38 years in the Senate, Hollings bringing sharp, caustic wit back to South Carolina...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,14

Saturday
October 16, 2004
Furman 33, Citadel 14
Ingle Martin threw two touchdowns and was 17-for-28 for 213 yards as Furman beat The Citadel 33-14 on Saturday. The Paladins (5-2, 2-1 Southern Conference) gained 551 yards of offense, while holding the Bulldogs (1-4, 0-2) to 230 yards...
Published in: San Francisco Chronicle

Friday
October 15, 2004
Freshman quarterback brings poise of a veteran to first start
Duran Lawson showed remarkable balance. He held a plate of lasagna with a huge brownie on the side in one hand, and a glass of juice in the other, and didn't spill a drop while answering questions about his first start as a college quarterback...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Friday
October 15, 2004
Retirees’ pensions might be affected in 2006
More than 84,000 South Carolina retirees enrolled in the state’s pension system could see their last cost of living adjustment this spring, state officials warn...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Friday
October 15, 2004
Soon-to-retire Hollings not keeping quiet
Senator makes fun of Thurmond, calls Bob Jones University’s leaders ‘jackasses’
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Thursday
October 14, 2004
Arthur Gasque Howe (attended - did not graduate)
(opinion section) The death this week of Arthur Gasque Howe was a blow felt not only by the Charleston legal community but by attorneys throughout South Carolina. Arthur Howe was held in high regard for his professional skill as well as beloved for his personal qualities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Thursday
October 14, 2004
Citadel's Hill at home on offensive line
Antwuan Hill has moved all over The Citadel's depth chart this season, from the defensive line to tight end to the offensive line. He likes his current home, starting at right tackle, the best. "I get to eat now," said the 6-4, 275-pound junior from Cartersville, Ga. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Thursday
October 14, 2004
DO YOU KNOW (not web accessible)
Chuck Long - Education: B.S. in business administration and economics from Newberry College; MAT from The Citadel in secondary school administration and psychology; and postgraduate work at the College of Charleston in elementary and middle school educayion.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB1

Thursday
October 14, 2004
On Campus (not web accessible)
1. Open House: The Citadel's College of Graduate and Professional Studies will host an information session 5-6:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Holliday alumni Center on Hagood Avenue.

2. Greater Issues Series" Roger W. Ferguson Jr., vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, will deliver a "Greater Issues" address to the South Carollina Corps of Cadets at 11:15 a.m. Oct. 26 at McAlister Field House.
Published in: The Post and Courier - School Plus - page 9ZB

Thursday
October 14, 2004
Sprinklers help douse Benedict College fire (scroll down)
A sprinkler system prevented the chapel at Benedict College from being destroyed by a fire started by an electrical short, said Columbia Assistant Fire Chief Bradley Anderson.Firefighters were dispatched at 1:51 a.m. to the chapel at 1600 Harden St. and arrived four minutes later, Anderson said. The fire, which was under control at 2:35 a.m., caused $10,000 in damage.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
October 14, 2004
The Nitty-Gritty Senator
Sen. Fritz Hollings, the 82-year-old South Carolina Democrat, is sitting on his office sofa, telling stories in his inimitable style, which is funny and caustic. Suddenly, his eyes close and his chin drops to his chest. He looks like a man who's about to drool on his impeccable blue-and-white pinstripe shirt...
Published in: Washington Post - Page C01
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Thursday
October 14, 2004
USC deploying wave sensors along coast (scroll down)
There will be a little data for everyone when the University of South Carolina deploys sensors along the coast to provide 24-hour readings on waves, currents and water levels near the shore.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
October 14, 2004
What's up, Doc? (scroll down)
Longtime Citadel trainer Andy Clawson said he was going through the usual pre-game rituals prior to the Bulldogs' Oct. 2 game at Duke when he met with local physicians to make sure everyone knew where emergency equipment could be accessed...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
(Two clips that mention The Citadel - scroll down)
1. Peper pops up on Comcast channel - An added bonus: Peper's partner will be former Citadel athletic director Walt Nadzak.
2. A great Saturday for college football's worst - And then there's Army, coached by former Citadel assistant Bobby Ross.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page F2

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
City trades with college foundation for parking
The city of Charleston has agreed to trade its oldest parking garage to the College of Charleston Foundation for a new 320-car parking garage. The foundation would pay up to $6.5 million to build the new structure for the city at King and Queen streets. Under the agreement, the city garage at George and St. Philip streets would become the site of a new parking, residential housing and retail complex the College of Charleston envisioned last year in its 30-year master plan...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
Freshman from Conway to take snaps for Citadel
The Citadel has handed its starting quarterback job to a true freshman, but not Justin Knox from Union High School...
Published in: Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
Lawson earns first start at QB for Dogs
When The Citadel football team went out to practice Sunday, coach John Zernhelt told freshman quarterback Duran Lawson, "You're with the ones."
Published in: The Post and Courier - B4

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
Lawyer Arthur Howe, 77, dies (attended but did not graduate)
...Howe was born in Charleston and graduated from The Citadel and the University of South Carolina School of Law...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
Mid-season report cards in for state colleges
The Citadel -- The Bulldogs are 0-2 against I-A teams, 1-0 against Division II teams and 0-1 in the Southern Conference.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page F3

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
New fundraising motto: It's best to give and receive
...For some years now, fundraisers have been seeking to make charitable giving as pleasurable and as painless as possible. It's a strategy designed to boost philanthropy in a culture in which notions of sacrifice and self-denial hold little appeal...
Published in: Christian Science Monitor

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
Schools move to create med research unit
...The Medical University of South Carolina, Clemson University and the College of Charleston are in early-stage discussions of a plan for a Charleston Bioengineering Center that would house the area's burgeoning bioengineering education and research efforts...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E1,6

Wednesday
October 13, 2004
The Citadel Comes Clean
But who’s going to pay for their boondoggle?
he Citadel Board of Visitors went to confession last month and finally admitted what most of us already knew — and City Paper reported in August — namely, that the Military College of South Carolina had no serious intention of rebuilding Johnson Hagood Stadium on its current site.
Published in: Charleston City Paper - Page 18

Tuesday
October 12, 2004
Big men are big question for Cougars, Bulldogs
SPARTANBURG--Basketball expectations are not off the charts for College of Charleston and The Citadel this season. At the Southern Conference preseason basketball meetings Monday, the Cougars were picked to finish third in the South Division by league coaches, matching their lowest prediction since they joined the Southern Conference in 1998. The Bulldogs, meanwhile, were picked to repeat last year's last-place finish in the SoCon South...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Tuesday
October 12, 2004
College students fail to apply for free money
A new study says hundreds of thousands of college students who could be eligible for federal financial aid don’t get it for a simple reason — they don’t apply...
Published in: The State - Page A4

Monday
October 11, 2004
Campus groups catch voters while they’re young
While many of their peers are out at bars, the young foot-soldiers in this election have been busy registering voters and strategizing on how to crash opponents’ political rallies. To Matt Kennedy, a member of the Young Democrats at USC, it’s exciting stuff...
Published in: The State - Page A5

Monday
October 11, 2004
CGPS ad (not web accessible)
Citadel CGPS Info Sessiion Tues, October 26th 5-6:30 pm Holliday Alumni Center
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review, Page E14

Monday
October 11, 2004
COMING UP
SOUTHERN SLIDES: The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends will present "Charleston, Savannah and New Orleans," a slide lecture by author Susan Sully that will explore the architecture and design of the cities at 6:30 p.m. Bond Hall, Room 165, The Citadel. Free. Call (843) 953-1267 for more information.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
October 11, 2004
For the freedom fund
U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Military Academy and The Citadel
Published in: The NCAA News - Page 16
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Monday
October 11, 2004
Real blame for culinary delay (editorial)
Don't blame the state Commission on Higher Education for the delay in the establishment of a culinary arts program for Trident Technical College. Blame the General Assembly. If the enabling legislation for Trident had been passed as a separate bill -- as it should have -- rather than being "bobtailed" to the massive Life Sciences bill, the commission would have had to consider the new program on its merits...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Monday
October 11, 2004
S.C.’s youth vote is coming of age
From the economy to war in Iraq, this presidential race has seized the attention of South Carolina’s young adults...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5
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Monday
October 11, 2004
Spread of honors colleges raises concerns
No one has really defined the concept, says USC’s Peter Sederberg...
Published in: The State - Page A6

Sunday
October 10, 2004
College Notes (news from other S.C. colleges & universities)
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
October 10, 2004
In college admissions, enthusiasm a plus
Some worry schools’ emphasis on eagerness can harm applicants with less money...
Published in: The State - Page A12

Sunday
October 10, 2004
Slide Lecture (not web accessible)
Author Susan Sully explores the architecture and designs of "Charleston, Savannah and New Orleans." 6:30 p.m. Bond Hall 165, The Citadel. Free. Followed by bok signing.
Published in: The State - Page G2

Saturday
October 9, 2004
S.C. will be well-served by one pharmacy school
THERE IS GREAT PROMISE in the plans moving forward to establish one pharmacy school for our state. The South Carolina College of Pharmacy can incorporate the best aspects of today’s pharmacy schools, located at the University of South Carolina in Columbia and the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. And it will eliminate the single greatest disadvantage of them both — a tiny state like ours doesn’t need to unnecessarily duplicate any higher educational offerings...
Published in: The State - Page A8

Saturday
October 9, 2004
The Citadel men earn the 16th spot, the women 17th at the 32nd Annual Furman Invitational
Greenville, S.C. - The Citadel men's cross country team placed 16th out of 27 teams as the women grabbed 17th at the 32nd Annual Furman Invitational Saturday morning at the Furman University Golf Course...
Published in: Collegesports.com
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Friday
October 8, 2004
4-Year trident course stalls
COLUMBIA--Culinary arts and hospitality students may not have a Lowcountry-based replacement for Johnson & Wales University in the fall of 2006. The Commission on Higher Education delayed a vote Thursday that would allow Trident Technical College to offer a four-year culinary arts program...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8

Friday
October 8, 2004
Bulldogs wear down Benedict
Freshman QB shines as Citadel records first victory of season, first shutout in 12 years; THE CITADEL 29, BENEDICT 0
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6
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Friday
October 8, 2004
USC betting millions on nanoscience initiative
...Webb is USC’s first rainmaker. The internationally renowned researcher’s job: make breakthroughs in the burgeoning field of nanoscience that will bring big federal research dollars and plenty of prestige to USC...
Published in: The State - Page A1,10

Thursday
October 7, 2004
(School Plus section - not web accesssible)
1. Citadel Leadership Forum - Leaders in business, industry and the media will highlight this year's Citadel Leadership Forum speaker's series.
2. Open House - The Citadel's College of Graduate and Professional Studies will host an inforlmation session 5-630 p.m. Oct 26 at the Holliday alumni Center on Hagood Avenue.
3. Teacher of the Year - Three tri-county teachers have been named finalists in The Citadel's inaugural Lowcountry Spanish Teacher of the Year contest.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 9ZB

Thursday
October 7, 2004
Former football hero a rising influence in Bulldog athletics (Jack Douglas '92 BoV member)
When Jack Douglas sits in the visiting team's radio booth tonight at Johnson Hagood Stadium, he'll have a hard time figuring out who "we" is. Douglas, a Citadel football hero and probably the best-remembered player from the Bulldogs' 1992 Southern Conference championship team, will broadcast tonight's game against Benedict College -- for Benedict...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
October 7, 2004
God bless his vocal cords (Morris DeRhon Robinson '91) scroll down
Wonder who gave what many described as a stirring rendition of God Bless America during Game 1 of the American League Division Series at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday night? Well, wonder no further. That was former Citadel football player Morris DeRhon Robinson...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2
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Thursday
October 7, 2004
Harvard faculty push gender issue
A group of more than 50 senior Harvard University professors met with president Lawrence H. Summers yesterday to ask him to reverse a sharp drop in senior job offers to female professors during his three-year presidency...
Published in: The Boston Globe

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
2 professors sue college after losing jobs over grading policy
COLUMBIA--Two former Benedict College science professors who were fired after they refused to follow a college-wide grading policy have sued the school and its president, David Swinton...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
Early admissions process confusing
College group changes its guidelines to allow 'single choice early action'
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
Five binge-drinking deaths ‘just the tip of the iceberg'
This month has been deadly for binge-drinking college students. Five underclassmen in four states appear to have drunk themselves to death, police say, after friends sent their pals to bed assuming that they would “sleep it off.”
Published in: USA TODAY

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
Pray For The Troops (photo - not web accessible)
Photo shows a color guard squard from The Citadel.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
S.C. HOUSE SEAT 68 (scroll down)
Thad Viers (Republican)
Education | Bachelor's degree in political science from The Citadel in 1999; currently a first-year student pursuing a juris doctorate at the University of South Carolina School of Law...
Published in: The Sune News

Wednesday
October 6, 2004
Young Bucs turning Charleston Southern football around (scroll down)
HOME SWEET HOME
According to unofficial research conducted by The Post and Courier, The Citadel is the only Division I football team that has yet to play a home game this season. In fact, the 0-3 Bulldogs have not played at Johnson Hagood Stadium in almost a year, since Nov. 1, 2003, to be exact.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
October 5, 2004
Civil suits target Benedict
Former professors sue for being fired for refusing to raise students’ grades...
Published in: The State - Page B1
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Tuesday
October 5, 2004
College aims to clear air for nonsmokers
C of C may limit smoking areas
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Tuesday
October 5, 2004
Law school readying for second class
The Charleston School of Law, which welcomed its initial class of more than 200 full and part-time students in August, is now accepting applications for its second class, officials said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
October 5, 2004
McPherson: From Citadel to the World Series?
Dallas McPherson began this season in Little Rock. He could end it playing in the World Series. The former Citadel baseball star, now playing third base for Anaheim, will be on the Angels' playoff roster when they start their American League Division Series with Boston today...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
October 5, 2004
Sanford questions agencies about budgets
Gov. Mark Sanford questioned the allocation of teachers and whether ETV is making the most of its airtime and money during a budget hearing Monday with the heads of those agencies...
Published in: The State - Page B1

Tuesday
October 5, 2004
The Citadel Baseball Ranked Among Nation's Leaders in Baseball Attendance
Charleston, SC - The NCAA released the 2004 baseball attendance figures early Tuesday afternoon and The Citadel, the 2004 Southern Conference Champions, found itself among the nation's leaders in total home attendance and average home attendance for the sixth consecutive season.
Published in: Collegesports.com
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Tuesday
October 5, 2004
Third down now job one for Bulldogs
After his team's 28-10 loss at Duke on Saturday, Citadel football coach John Zernhelt said, "We've got to take a long look at what we do on third down."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Monday
October 4, 2004
Citadel CGPS Info Session (not web accessible)
Tues, October 26th 5-630 pm Holliday Alumni Center
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - Oct. 4-17, 2004

Monday
October 4, 2004
COMING UP - Wednesday (scroll down)
STRIKING A BALANCE: Citadel Senior Scholars will feature Jim Elliot of the S.C. Center for Birds of Prey at 2 p.m...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
October 4, 2004
Duke v. Citadel: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
For the first time this season, the Blue Devils walked off the field as victors after pounding the Citadel 28-10. Saturday’s win was crucial for Duke as the team heads into a bye week before traveling to Atlanta on the 16th of October. TDD recaps the game and looks ahead...
Published in: TheDevilsDen.com - web site
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Monday
October 4, 2004
SATURDAY'S EDITORIAL; THE ISSUE: House prayer event
On Tuesday, Oct. 5, members of the House will stand together to make a public commitment to pray for the safety of our nation and our troops exactly four weeks to the day before Election Day...A spokeswoman for the House speaker says a large turnout of members is expected. Included will be Citadel bagpipes and Charleston Democratic Rep. Floyd Breeland singing God Bless America...
Published in: The Times and Democrat

Sunday
October 3, 2004
Bittersweet week for Citadel, Duke
DURHAM, N.C.--At first glance, an October college football game in which a pair of winless teams do battle in an outdated stadium with rain falling most of the first half . . .
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D5

Sunday
October 3, 2004
Dogs' punting adventures continue
DURHAM, N.C.--In his first three games as a Citadel punter, freshman Mike Adams has found himself kicking with his wrong foot, trying to recover a football in the end zone and trying to kick a football out of the end zone...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D5
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Sunday
October 3, 2004
Duke denies Dogs
Citadel can't capitalize on opportunities; DUKE 28, THE CITADEL 10
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,5

Sunday
October 3, 2004
Team travels to college campuses with rape prevention message
A national rape prevention tour that encourages men on campus to take a stand against sexual assault is making a stop at the College of Charleston on Monday and Tuesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,7

Sunday
October 3, 2004
The Citadel Falls to Chattanooga, 5-0 Women's Soccer
Charleston, S.C. - Junior Tirza Ridgely opened the scoring within the first minute for Chattanooga as the Lady Mocs defeated The Citadel 5-0 Sunday afternoon at WLI Field...
Published in: Collegesports.com - web site
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Saturday
October 2, 2004
College football loved by Y'all
Any good businessman is going to cater to the needs of his potential clientele, particularly when trying to get his company off the ground. The editors of Y'all -- the self-professed Magazine of Southern People -- figured out pretty quick that a publication devoted to culture and life in the South better find ample space within its pages to focus on college football...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Saturday
October 2, 2004
Duke 28, The Citadel 10
..The sophomore on Saturday threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, and Duke piled up a season-high 397 yards in a 28-10 victory over Division I-AA The Citadel...
Published in: San Francisco Chronicle

Saturday
October 2, 2004
Quotes: Duke 28, The Citadel 10
...Citadel Head Coach John Zernhelt "I thought we played very well defensively. The biggest thing was the missed tackles, missed tackles in the secondary. So many times we held them on first down, second down and had them behind the sticks. Even play-to-play on third down, we had too many missed tackles. Offensively, we had better movement and better consistency, but we didn't take advantage of a turnover early in the second half. Instead, we turned the ball back over. We had some general breakdowns in consistency, but it's not as bad as it was, so we're getting better."
Published in: GoDuke.com - web site

Saturday
October 2, 2004
Roof rebuilding still tough job at Duke
...And to top it off, the Duke student newspaper practically guaranteed a victory over The Citadel today, with a "Football to get its first win" headline on a preview story...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C6

Saturday
October 2, 2004
The Citadel Loses Heartbreaker to Wofford, 3-2
Charleston, SC - Senior middle blocker Audra Ritchie had 16 kills and six solo blocks while junior right side hitter Marina Daniel added 15 kills and three solo blocks, but it was not enough to defeat Wofford as The Citadel lost 3-2 (30-27, 25-30, 18-30, 30-27, 15-9) in Southern Conference volleyball action in McAlister Field House Saturday afternoon...
Published in: Collegesports.com - web site
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Friday
October 1, 2004
Lady Paladins Down The Citadel 6-0, Earn First SoCon Win
GREENVILLE, S.C. - Freshman Katie Tucker scored the first two goals of her career and nine Lady Paladins tallied assists as Furman downed The Citadel 6-0 in women's soccer action in front of a crowd of 323 Friday night at Stone Soccer Stadium. The win, Furman's first Southern Conference victory of the season, snapped a four-match losing streak...
Published in: Collegesports.com - web site
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Friday
October 1, 2004
Some find SATs don't 'define quality'
Twenty years ago, Maine's Bates College, a highly selective liberal arts institution, launched what was considered a bold initiative — it made submission of SAT I scores optional for applicants. Now it has examined two decades of data and found that Bates students who did not submit their scores did as well academically as those who did...
Published in: USA Today

Friday
October 1, 2004
The Citadel Falls to Furman, 4-1
Charleston, SC - Senior middle blocker Audra Ritchie tied her season match high with 17 kills and two other Bulldogs scored in the double digits while senior setter Katie Livingston set a four game assist high for the season with 44, but it was not enough to push the Cadets past Furman as The Citadel lost 3-1 (32-30, 20-30, 30-26, 30-23) in Southern Conference volleyball action in McAlister Field House Friday night...
Published in: Collegesports.com - web site only
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