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The Citadel in the News: Archive

March 2004

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Wednesday
March 31, 2004
Sorensen, MUSC chief visit, thank legislators
Campus presidents state gratitude for overriding Sanford veto on research university money...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
Businessman, governor to speak at Citadel graduations
A Charleston businessman and the S.C. governor will deliver this year's commencement addresses at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - School Plus - Page D2

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
CCU baseball
Today's Coastal Carolina baseball game against The Citadel will be broadcast on the radio on WJXY-FM, 93.9, and on the Internet at www.coastal.edu/athletics...
Published in: The Sun News - (web site)

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
Citadel following crosstown foe's lead
quirk of the Southern Conference baseball schedule has The Citadel following College of Charleston around the league...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
Future work world demands changes in education
Schools must change to prepare students for the future world of work. That was the message of Gary Marx, president of the Center for Public Outreach and author of "Ten Trends: Educating Children for a Profoundly Different Future."
Published in: The Post and Courier - School Plus - Page D1

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
Henry C. 'Hank' Saylor C&P Telephone Co. Official (obit)
...Mr. Saylor was a native Washingtonian and a graduate of Coolidge High School. He attended The Citadel for about a year before he joined the Army during World War II. Serving as a gunner and forward observer in the infantry, he participated in the fighting in the Hurtgen Forest and the Battle of the Bulge...
Published in: Washington Post

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
Lt. Gov. West played major role for state
This past week we have all grieved over the passing of our friend John Carl West. At a time like this we naturally think back and recall his many contributions to our state and nation. Much has already been said and written about his outstanding service as governor during a period when our state was in a serious transition and his tenure as ambassador to Saudi Arabia during equally challenging times. Little, however, has been recorded about his term as lieutenant governor of our state (1967-71), an office that is often viewed as only marginally important...
Published in: The State - Page A9

Tuesday
March 30, 2004
REnovations begin at Johnson Hagood Stadium (photo - not web accessible)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Monday
March 29, 2004
Accused cadet remained at academy
DENVER--An Air Force Academy cadet who had been accused of rape and threatened to crash a glider into a dining hall was allowed to remain at the school for several more months, during which he was arrested for allegedly sodomizing a woman in a wheelchair and accused of raping another cadet, according to files obtained by The Associated Press...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A3

Monday
March 29, 2004
COMING UP (There are several news items in this article.)
TODAY
WEST CHAIR: U.S. State Department official Glyn Davies speaks on national security policy as part of the West Chair Series. The lecture begins at 10 a.m. in Bond Hall, The Citadel campus. Call 953-6779 for more information.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
March 29, 2004
Good investment (letter to the editor by BoV member Doug Snyder)
...The S.C. Legislature is currently considering a $700,000 budget item to assist with a proposed college bowl football game. Based on very conservative estimates, the college bowl weekend will yield at least $1.5 million back into the state's coffers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A8

Monday
March 29, 2004
Professor's e-mail sparks investigation
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.--Federal authorities are investigating UNC-Chapel Hill after a February incident in which an English instructor singled out a conservative student for "hate speech."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Monday
March 29, 2004
THE CITADEL 8, WOFFORD 4, 10 INN. (scroll down)
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Monday
March 29, 2004
USC student leader breaks barrier
First openly gay campus president says his sexuality has nothing to do with his success...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Sunday
March 28, 2004
Cougars outslug App State; Brown, Dogs ward off Wofford
CITADEL 7, WOFFORD 4
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Sunday
March 28, 2004
Highly paid state jobs on rebound
...USC, Clemson, The Citadel, Medical University of South Carolina and S.C. State combined have added 103 highly paid employees since July...
Published in: The State

Thursday
March 25, 2004
Citadel wards off Winthrop, 5-4
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
March 25, 2004
Citadel's Stackley earns honor
Citadel right fielder Josh Stackley has been named the Southern Conference baseball player of the week...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Thursday
March 25, 2004
DO YOU KNOW? (not web accessible)
Bernadette Cali...Education: Attended New York University and Rutgers; earned an art degree at the College of Charleston and a master's in education at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Your Lowcounrtry section - Page 1ZB

Thursday
March 25, 2004
Senior Games planned at Citadel (not web accessible)
The Lowcountry Senior Games will be held April 27-May 1 at The Citadel campus. The annual five-day event is open to all individuals 50 years of age and older. Both athletic and passive activities, as well as social and educational events are featured...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Your Louncountry section - Page 9ZB

Thursday
March 25, 2004
Sluggish start hurts Eagles in loss
Citadel pitcher Maxwell shuts down Winthrop in early innings...
Published in: The Herald - web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
(Political cartoon of former Gov. West - scroll down)
Published in: The State - Page A10
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Admirers praise West for his heart, humility
The Rev. William F. Summers had a vision Sunday of God speaking to St. Peter about former Gov. John West...
Published in: The State
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Allen, other historically black colleges still meet need
In an era when the history of Americans of African descent is finally being celebrated, Allen University continues to exemplify living history. In 1870 — a few short years after the end of the Civil War — the African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina saw the need for an institution to educate people of color not simply to survive, but to excel...
Published in: The State - Page A11

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Bulldogs break out bats against Bucs
THE CITADEL 19, CHAS. SOUTHERN 6
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5
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Wednesday
March 24, 2004
C of C names Pitts business school dean
The College of Charleston announced Tuesday that Robert Pitts, head of the business college at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., will replace Clarence "Chip" Condon III as dean of the School of Business and Economics July 1...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Former Gov. West buried in hometown
...U.S. Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings and some other surviving members of The Citadel's class of 1942 served as honorary pallbearers. A group of Citadel cadets served as official pallbearers, and a Citadel flag flew near a U.S. flag by the coffin...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Gov. John West leaves legacy of positive change
SOUTH CAROLINA PAUSED on Tuesday to remember a man who changed our state for the better...
Published in: The State - Page A10

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
John C. West mourned as humble man of service
...Only members of the clergy spoke. There was no lengthy eulogy during the half-hour service and no ride to the cemetery on a horse-drawn caisson, although about eight aging classmates from West's Citadel Class of '42 acted as honorary pallbearers to the official pallbearers, current Citadel cadets...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Man who dropped off boy sought
(The boy mentioned in this story is the son of Troy Thompson '84.)
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
S.C. bids ‘man of the people’ fond farewell
People from all walks of life came to Camden Tuesday to pay tribute to John Carl West...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
Sanford gives spokesmen sizable raises
COLUMBIA, S.C. - Gov. Mark Sanford, a self-described penny pincher, stands by his decision to give three members of his staff sizable pay raises in a tight budget year...
Published in: The State - web site

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
USC students hear apologies
The USC student whose Janet Jackson impersonation caused a campus furor apologized to students Tuesday but said — like Jackson — he was the victim of a wardrobe mishap...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Wednesday
March 24, 2004
WHO WAS THERE (VIP's that attended former Governor West's funeral)
Elected officials and other dignitaries at Tuesday’s funeral for former Gov. John West included:
Published in: The State

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Agency structure keeps government from doing its job (editorial)
IT’S HARD TO ARGUE, with a straight face, that South Carolina’s government is doing the things we need and deserve for it to do...
Published in: The State - Page A8

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Black colleges look for ways to stem HIV outbreak
Experts say spread of disease caused by ignorance, denial, homophobia...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B6

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Exhibit documents career of former Gov. West
Photographs, writings tell of leader known for his progressive policies on race in S.C...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Former Gov. John C. West (editorial)
Throughout his life, John Carl West was always counted among the brightest and the best. It was true when he was a cadet at The Citadel, and a student at the University of South Carolina Law School. It was true throughout a political career that took him from the state Legislature to the governor's office to an ambassadorship. While his intellect was an important ingredient of his success, his superb personal qualities were key to his achievements, particularly in the area of race relations...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Former Gov. West made history at Winthrop
..."John had just graduated from The Citadel and was about to go overseas. Lois still had one year left to go," said Moore, who said she was happy to help out the lifelong sweethearts...
Published in: The Herald
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Former Gov. West's funeral set for today
Citadel Class of '42 to be honorary pallbearers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Housing a magnet for South; Home settings cited in relocation decisions
...The numbers don't surprise Frank Finlaw ('77), Beazer Homes' area president. Finlaw, a Citadel graduate, and his wife Susan moved without jobs seven years ago after several years of vacationing in Charleston and a winter marked by 28 inches of snow in New Jersey...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
John West (obit)
Former Governor John C. West died Sunday afternoon at his home in Hilton Head Island at the age of 81. Born in Camden, South Carolina August 27, 1922, he was the son of the late Shelton J. and Mattie R. West. He graduated from Camden High School, The Citadel Class of 1942, and the University of South Carolina School of Law, Magna Cum Laude, in 1948...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
John West; Ex-Governor Of S.C. Eased Racial Strain (could not archive)
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Former governor John C. West, who helped smooth racial tensions in South Carolina in the years after highway patrolmen fatally shot three black student protesters, died March 21. He was 81...
Published in: Washington Post

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
S.C. to pay respects to John West at Camden church
Services for former governor to begin at 2 p.m. today...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Save Morris Island (letter to the editor)
There are so many reasons to oppose the proposed development of Morris Island. On Jan. 9, 1861, Citadel cadets on Morris Island fired artillery at the Union ship "Star of the West," and the Civil War began. As depicted in the movie "Glory," Union troops, including the Massachusetts' 54th, fought hard to take the island from the Rebels. Civil War historian Bruce Catton described it as, "the deadliest sandpit on earth." Clara Barton and Harriet Tubman both served on Morris Island caring for the wounded...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Sorority event upsets black USC students
USC officials are scrambling to quell a controversy caused by a sorority fund-raiser that featured a dance number by a white student in black body paint...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
Surprisingly, women choose funeral studies
NEWTON, MASS. Burned out in administrative work, Lynne Dewey walked away from her 9-to-5 desk job and went back to college. Not for some high-paying executive job, but for a career in funeral directing...
Published in: Christian Science Monitor

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
THANK YOU ALL
(This e-mail was posted on the alumni BBS. It's from Troy Thompson '84, who is the father of the young boy who was abducted recently in Anderson, SC).
Published in: Alumni BBS - web site

Tuesday
March 23, 2004
USC library displays sample of West papers
A collection of photos and writings spanning the career of former Gov. John C. West — including diaries that documented the daily events of his service as governor and ambassador to Saudi Arabia — is on display at the University of South Carolina’s South Caroliniana Library...
Published in: The State - Page A5

Monday
March 22, 2004
'Colorblind' governor championed racial reform
Former Gov. John Carl West, who vowed to bring South Carolina out of its “vicious cycle of illiteracy, ignorance and poverty,” died Sunday at his home on Hilton Head Island. He was 81...
Published in: The State - Page A1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Monday
March 22, 2004
(Quotes about former Governor John C. West)
Published in: The State - Page A4

Monday
March 22, 2004
Bulldog Challenge
The Citadel is providing an opportunity for residents to get a real taste of a military-style endurance test with its eighth annual Citadel Semper Fidelis Society Bulldog Challenge, a seven-mile course that includes 11 obstacle challenges. Prizes will be given to the winning male, female and co-ed teams...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,2

Monday
March 22, 2004
Former Gov. John West dies at 81
Democrat remembered as a giant in helping to heal S.C. race relations...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Monday
March 22, 2004
FORMER GOVERNORS
Published in: The State - Page A5

Monday
March 22, 2004
HONORING JOHN WEST
Several South Carolina institutions and landmarks are named for the late governor, who died Sunday:
Published in: The State - Page A5

Monday
March 22, 2004
JOHN C. WEST (biography)
Published in: The State - Page A1

Monday
March 22, 2004
JOHN WEST’S ACHIEVEMENTS IN PUBLIC OFFICE
Published in: The State - Page A1

Monday
March 22, 2004
New breed of networking targets women entrepreneurs
If the idea of attending another tired networking event makes you want to set every last business card on fire, it’s time to put down your matches. “The civic club, golf course, good old boy network doesn’t work for women,” says Jennet Robinson Alterman, executive director of the Center for Women, which is why the Citadel School of Business Administration and the Center for Women are taking a fresh approach to building relationships...
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal

Monday
March 22, 2004
USC library displays West's papers
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A collection of photos and writings spanning the career of former Gov. John C. West - including diaries that documented the daily events of his service as governor and ambassador to Saudi Arabia - is on display at the University of South Carolina...
Published in: The Beaufort Gazette

Monday
March 22, 2004
Wilson Paces Bulldogs At Weems Baskins
Charleston - Freshman Will Wilson seized second-place in the steeplechase as The Citadel traveled to the University of South Carolina to participate in the annual Weems Baskin Sprint Relays last weekend...
Broadcast on: Channel 4 - Web site

Sunday
March 21, 2004
A Question of Ethics: How to Teach Them?
AS scandals ripple through the corporate world, some business schools have introduced ethics courses, tweaked existing ones and conducted classroom conversations about the implosions of major companies like Enron and WorldCom...
Published in: The New York Times

Sunday
March 21, 2004
Cougs sweep Wofford, go to 5-0 in SoCon
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Sunday
March 21, 2004
Former Gov. John C. West dies at 81
Published in: The Beaufort Gazette

Sunday
March 21, 2004
Former governor West dies
Former Gov. John C. West, a Democrat who helped attract foreign investors to the state and ease racial tensions as schools desegregated, died Sunday after a battle with cancer. He was 81...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
March 21, 2004
Greenville native helps lead changing culture at The Citadel
Viann Bolick took the position in a high school term paper that women shouldn't be allowed into The Citadel Corps of Cadets. Today, she is the second highest-ranking cadet officer on campus and the first female to serve on the honor court at the school that did not accept women until eight years ago...
Published in: Greenville News
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
March 21, 2004
International students refuse to pay new fee
BOSTON, Massachusetts (AP) -- About 200 international students at the University of Massachusetts have refused to pay a new student fee, a protest that could result in dismissal from the school and loss of their student visas...
Published in: CNN.com

Saturday
March 20, 2004
Around and about: USC hits the track
COLUMBIA — South Carolina's track and field teams opened the outdoor portion of their schedule Friday with day one of the Weems Baskin Relays...
Published in: Greenville News

Saturday
March 20, 2004
Harvard caps fund managers' pay
Harvard University has reduced the amount managers of its $19.3 billion endowment can earn in years when the fund performs better than expected after criticism from some alumni who think the school handed out extravagant bonuses last year...
Published in: The Boston Globe

Friday
March 19, 2004
April glimpses, M-Z
Marine Capt. Benjamin Sammis...Sammis was a 1996 graduate of The Citadel, where he majored in civil engineering...
Published in: USA TODAY

Friday
March 19, 2004
Bobby Gene Sentell ('57 - obit)
...Mr. Sentell was of the Lutheran faith, a 1957 graduate of the Citadel where he was 2nd in his class...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Friday
March 19, 2004
Dogs, Cougs heating up tennis courts
Tennis weather is finally here, but the tennis teams at The Citadel and College of Charleston have been hot for awhile. The three teams are a combined 14-0 against Southern Conference foes thus far...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Friday
March 19, 2004
General: Iraq battlefield for terror war
Gen. Michael Moseley, the second ranking general in the Air Force, told Citadel cadets Thursday the battlefield in the war on terror is in Iraq where terrorists are attacking their own people...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Friday
March 19, 2004
Markey and McClester Advance; Clifton, Linane and Thompson All Eliminated From 2004 Wrestling Championship
Charleston - St. Louis, MO - Bulldog grapplers Sean Markey and Ryan McClester will move on to the third round of the 2004 NCAA Wrestling Championships Friday, March 19 as they have records of one win and one loss, while Keith Clifton, Billy Linane and Dan Thompson were all eliminated with two losses in day one of the national tournament held in St. Louis' Savvis Center...
Broadcast on: WCIV - Channel 4 - web site

Friday
March 19, 2004
Markey scores upset in NCAA wrestling
ST. LOUIS--The Citadel's Sean Markey upset Central Michigan's Jordan Webster as he was the lone Bulldog to advance in the winners' bracket during the first session of the first round of the NCAA wrestling championships on Thursday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5
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Friday
March 19, 2004
Panel Ponders Shift in Rates Now Fixed on Student Loans
WASHINGTON, March 18 — With Congress poised to rewrite the Higher Education Act this year, the House of Representatives is considering important changes to a popular program that allows college graduates to consolidate their educational loans at a fixed rate over many years...
Published in: The New York Times - ?

Friday
March 19, 2004
Q&A | With Les Robinson
Ex-Wolfpack coach back in Raleigh
The Citadel athletics director Les Robinson is the Division I men's basketball committee's representative at the RBC Center in Raleigh. He also coached N.C. State from 1990 through '96...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Friday
March 19, 2004
Road widening on fast track after bus wreck
Less than two months after a Citadel cadet and a College of Charleston student died in a car crash on a two-lane section of U.S. Highway 17, a state highway commissioner received a letter urging that the road be widened to four lanes...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Friday
March 19, 2004
UC Regents Disavow Chief's Claim of Bias in Admissions
SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California regents clashed sharply over race and admissions practices Thursday as the board narrowly passed a resolution repudiating the views of Chairman John J. Moores, who in a magazine essay this month accused UC of racial discrimination...
Published in: L A Times

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Air Force vice chief of staff speaks to The Citadel cadets
(Charleston-AP) March 18, 2004 - The vice chief of staff of the Air Force says today things are better in Iraq and Afghanistan because of what America has done to fight the war on terror...
Broadcast on: WIStv - Columbia - website

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Air Force vice chief says Iraq, Afghanistan better off
..."Today, little girls can go to school in Afghanistan," Moseley, the Air Force vice chief of staff, told cadets at The Citadel on the eve of the first anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq...
Published in: Associate Press (story published in The Herald and Sun News)) - via LexisNexis

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Bulldogs bully Pack
After his team's tough loss, baseball coach Elliott Avent headed straight to the game film to find out where his team went wrong and where improvements need to be made...
Published in: The North Carolina State Technician - website
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Bulldogs' Stackley rediscovers swing
Josh Stackley has met the enemy. And it is Josh Stackley...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Citadel knocks off No. 17 N.C. State
COLLEGE BASEBALL
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Flag flap could hurt bowl plans
The NCAA's ban on holding championship games in South Carolina, because of the Confederate flag flying on the Statehouse grounds, could eventually impact plans for a football bowl game in Charleston...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3,6

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Friend of Reading Recovery Award (not web accessible)
Col. Dan T. Ouzts of The Citadel School of Education accepted the Charleston County School District's Friend of Reading Recovery Award 2004 at a luncheon Feb. 13....
Broadcast on: WIStv Columbia - web site

Thursday
March 18, 2004
Report finds college president plagiarized
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut (AP) -- The president of Central Connecticut State University plagiarized from three sources in an opinion piece published in The Hartford Courant, according to an investigative report obtained by The Associated Press...
Published in: CNN.com

Thursday
March 18, 2004
The Citadel Trumps NC State Baseball, 5-2
RALEIGH, N.C. - The Citadel sent 10 men to the plate in the first inning and five of them scored as the Bulldogs defeated 17th-ranked NC State 5-2 Wednesday at Doak Field. The Citadel, which defeated a ranked team for the second time this season, evened its record at 8-8, while the Wolfpack, which saw its four-game winning streak snapped, dropped to 14-4...
Published in: N.C. State Athletics Website
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Thursday
March 18, 2004
Veto override boosts MUSC, Trident
COLUMBIA--The massive bill that began as the Life Sciences Act, which holds several key economic development opportunities for the Charleston area, became law Wednesday as the General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to override the governor's veto...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,11

Wednesday
March 17, 2004
City asks state for help on baseball stadium
...Councilwoman Michelle Shain said Columbia received state funds to build a sports arena, and Charleston could get $350,000 this year to expand the Citadel's football stadium to qualify for a college bowl game...
Published in: Greenville News

Wednesday
March 17, 2004
Darryl Butler was only 34, 'so that was his lifetime'
..."This was the time that Darryl attended a camp at The Citadel," he said, pointing to a picture on the wall. "Those who did extremely well at the camp were invited to shake hands with Gen. Mark Clark, who rated among the best generals in U.S. Army history." Still a high school student at the time, Darryl nearly dwarfed the aging Clark in the photograph...
Published in: The Times and Democrat
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Wednesday
March 17, 2004
Dr. Oscar Darryl Butler -- Orangeburg
...He was a member of the 1991 Football Academic Team, received the Orangeburg Junior Service League's Distinguished Youth Award, the coveted Mark Clark Award from The Citadel Summer Camp for boys and served as president of H.L.S. (High Light Society)...
Published in: Times and Democrat

Wednesday
March 17, 2004
Season a major reversal for Citadel wrestling team
Ed Steers is one of the best wrestlers ever at The Citadel. He won three Southern Conference individual titles and was a junior on the Bulldogs' squad that won the SoCon championship in 1967, when he was named the league tournament's outstanding wrestler...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Tuesday
March 16, 2004
Coal miner's son; Coach Z brings hard-coal work ethic to Citadel
Like many of the dads in the hard-coal region of Pennsylvania, Jack Zernhelt worked in the mines for most of his life. A machinist for Alcoa Aluminum, Zernhelt loved to work with his hands and could repair most anything in the mines that needed it...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Tuesday
March 16, 2004
Glimpses: U.S. soldiers killed in March
Marine 2nd Lt. Therrel Shane Childers:A born leader, serious and focused, Childers built his life around being a Marine. "His idea of fun was skiing, backpacking, anything to keep in shape for the Marines," said Army Sgt. Richard Brown, Childers' brother-in-law. Childers, 30, based at Camp Pendleton, died March 21 after being shot in Iraq. He grew up in a military family primarily in Harrison County, Miss., and enlisted after high school. He served in the 1991 Gulf War, and in 2001 he completed the Marine Enlisted Commissioning Education Program at The Citadel. Retired Master Sgt. Steve Whitten said his wife often ribbed Childers about being single. "He had plenty of girls after him," Whitten said, but "Shane was married to the Marine Corps."
Published in: USA TODAY

Tuesday
March 16, 2004
Mass. school offers S.C. students in-state tuition
...The college's program is similar to The Citadel's in that students have to live on campus and pay fees. Though the tuition costs are reduced, cadets still are responsible for about $6,000 in fees, Hansen said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Schools Plus section - Page D1

Tuesday
March 16, 2004
October casualties
Army Lt. Col. Charles Buehring...After graduating from The Citadel in 1985, Buehring was commissioned as a second lieutenant. He later earned master's degrees in international relations and in military arts and strategic studies.
Published in: USA TODAY

Tuesday
March 16, 2004
WORRILL, JAMES H. ('41 - obit)
...He was a past president of the New Orleans Citadel Alumni Association...
Published in: The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA)

Monday
March 15, 2004
Citadel AD's six years on NCAA committee draw to close
Some time tonight, Les Robinson will walk out of a hotel and look up into the lights of Indianapolis. It probably will be the first time he's ventured outside in five days, and the second-guessing will have already begun...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Monday
March 15, 2004
COMING UP
MONDAY
DISCUSSION: The Citadel's College of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Friends of the Charleston County Public Library present "Civil War and Peace in South Carolina: A Panel Discussion" at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Charleston County Library. The event is free and open to the public.
THURSDAY
MOSELEY: Gen. T. Michael Moseley, vice chief of staff of the U.S. headquarters of the Air Force, speaks to the Corps of Cadets at 11 a.m. at McAlister Field House, The Citadel campus. Moseley was at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, when it was attacked by terrorists. He also commanded coalition air forces for 656 days during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Call 953-6779.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
March 15, 2004
Dogs' McClester has All-American goals heading into NCAAs
It's a familiar tale in wrestling circles. If a guy can't make it in one of the "popular" sports, he'll often turn to the mat. "It was always my dream to be Michael Jordan," said The Citadel's Ryan McClester...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C9

Monday
March 15, 2004
Rose captains champion Citadel wrestling team
James Rose was ready for Georgia Southern. His parents had put a deposit down on an apartment and paid a portion of his tuition. Many of his closest friends in the South Gwinnett Class of 2000 were headed for the Statesboro school. Then came a change of heart. Rose was given a flier about wrestling at The Citadel, a Charleston, S.C. military school that was rebuilding its program. A wrestler who went 37-4 as a high school senior and finished second at both region and county, he decided he wasn’t ready to give up the sport...
Published in: Gwinnett Daily Post

Monday
March 15, 2004
S.C. State VP of student affairs dies
ORANGEBURG — The recently appointed vice president of students affairs at South Carolina State University has died...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
March 15, 2004
SoCon tournament (letter to the editor)
Another highly successful Southern Conference Basketball Tournament concluded at the North Charleston Coliseum. As chairman of this year's tournament, my heartfelt thanks for the generous and enthusiastic support the event received from all of our sponsors, patrons, marketing and media partners, corporations, volunteers and especially so many local and regional fans who attended the games...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Monday
March 15, 2004
State's finances would improve with Palmetto Bowl revenue (commentary)
You have to step carefully across a minefield of naysayers and doom-purveyors to become a dragon slayer. This appears to be the case in the tug-of-war of public scrutiny for the proposed Palmetto Bowl. As a born and raised Charlestonian, I have a natural bias of pride for my community. So many publications tell me that my pride is well founded...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Sunday
March 14, 2004
Dogs' defense controls final spring scrimmage
The eternal question of spring football practice presented itself to Citadel coach John Zernhelt Saturday, as the Blue team beat the White by 7-3 in the final spring scrimmage.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C7

Sunday
March 14, 2004
Who Are These People?
The members of this year's NCAA men's basketball committee: Les Robinson, The Citadel athletic director: Former player at North Carolina State, later went on to coach The Citadel, East Tennessee State and N.C. State. Was AD at N.C. State in 1996, moved to The Citadel in 2000.
Published in: Washington Post

Saturday
March 13, 2004
Cougars, Bulldogs take SoCon openers; USC 15-0 (scroll down)
THE CITADEL 5, ELON 4
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Saturday
March 13, 2004
Thomas W. Lane, Jr. ('69 obit)
Published in: The Sun

Friday
March 12, 2004
Bowl proposal is absurd
A state on a starvation diet can't afford Twinkies. Investing even the relatively small sum of $700,000 to start a bowl game in Charleston is unthinkable when the state faces a projected deficit of $350 million, and that probably is a conservative estimate...
Published in: The Herald

Friday
March 12, 2004
C of C instructor witnessed destruction on way to airport
A James Island resident saw the destruction of Thursday's bombings in Madrid as she left Spain...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A5

Friday
March 12, 2004
Clemson PSA a good steward of state dollars
As the president of the Self Family Foundation, which puts its energy and wealth toward the betterment of our state, I believe we need to strengthen existing community development networks, not cut them apart. I draw this conclusion after decades of activities in our smaller communities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A13

Friday
March 12, 2004
Cougars, Dogs start SoCon play on road
The opening weeks of the college baseball season have uncovered issues for The Citadel and College of Charleston. Both teams start Southern Conference play on the road this weekend with some questions unanswered...
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Friday
March 12, 2004
Cougars, Dogs start SoCon play on road
The opening weeks of the college baseball season have uncovered issues for The Citadel and College of Charleston. Both teams start Southern Conference play on the road this weekend with some questions unanswered...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5
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Friday
March 12, 2004
House OKs budget, more nuclear waste
...In one of the few new expenditures, legislators did find a source for $380,000 for a proposed Palmetto Bowl, a football game to be played at The Citadel. The payment would be the first of 15 required to help expand the stadium. Although some legislators complained about the expenditure, the measure passed on a voice vote...
Published in: The State - Page A1,10

Friday
March 12, 2004
S.C. House approves $5.3b spending plan
Budget bill avoids raising taxes and increases state wages by 2 percent...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,3

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Campus HIV outbreak sparks call for action
ATLANTA--Federal health officials are urging Southern states to be vigilant for signs of campus HIV outbreaks like the one that recently surprised health officials in North Carolina...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Citadel Discussions (not web accessible)
...The Citadel's College of Graduate and Professional Studies along with the Friends of the Charleston County Public Library will present "Civil War and Peace in South Carolina: A Panel Discussion" at 7 p.m. Monday in the library auditorium.
On Tuesday, The Citadel history department will host "South Carolina and dthe Civil War at 6:30 p.m. in Bond Hall Room 165.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Citadel to celebrate 161st year (not web accessible)
The Citadel will celebrate the 161st anniversary of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets during its Corps Day Weekend on March 12-14...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Pabe 2ZB

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Palmetto Bowl opportunity much bigger than one man's opinion
While I respect the opinions of sportswriter Gene Sapakoff, I must reply responsibly. He took, perhaps, two hours to research what I have researched over two years. Readers were able to digest these views in two minutes. Unfortunately, the timing and negativity of the column has the potential to cost this state untold millions in revenue. In a way, I'm glad that he brought these issues to the fore so that this community can evaluate the potential negatives and gain a better understanding of the process. I would like to rebut his contentions:
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Secret money grab for bowl violates public trust
REASONABLE PEOPLE can disagree about whether it makes sense for the Legislature to spend $380,000 to help start a football bowl when the state can’t afford to put an adequate number of troopers on our highways or enough guards in our prisons or to provide basic care for the severely mentally ill or to pay for the teacher specialists and summer school programs we promised failing schools...
Published in: The State - Page A10

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Student article sparks ethics debate
NEW YORK (AP) -- A story in a campus paper has alarmed administrators of one of journalism's highest awards, prompted a crackdown by the university and sparked a debate over journalism ethics, privacy and freedom of the student press...
Published in: CNN.com

Thursday
March 11, 2004
Wal-Mart heirs pour riches into education reform
Wal-Mart's founders transformed U.S. business. Now they are taking on a very different subject: the nation's public schools. The Waltons — the USA's richest family — have quietly become top philanthropists in education reform, including controversial charter-school and school-voucher causes...
Published in: USA TODAY

Wednesday
March 10, 2004
A quick spin: What’s going on around the State House
(There are several news items in this article.) SENATE OKS COLLEGES, RESEARCH BILL
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
March 10, 2004
E. Ervin Dargan '31 (obit - not web accessible)
Published in: The State - Page B4

Wednesday
March 10, 2004
Photo (not web accessible)
A picture of the bagpipers in the Good Morning Lowcountry section.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B2

Wednesday
March 10, 2004
Proposed bowl game in trouble (not web accessible)
Published in: The State - Page B1,3

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
'Greatest Generation' Struggled With History, Too
When the U.S. Department of Education reported that in 2001 nearly six out of 10 high school seniors lacked even a basic knowledge of the nation's history, Bruce Cole was indignant and concerned...
Published in: Washington Post

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Citadel baseball players earn all-tournament honors (scroll down)
Citadel first baseman Chip Cannon, outfielder Josh Stackley and pitcher Jonathan Ellis were all named to the 2004 First Hawaii Title Rainbow Baseball Tournament all-tournament team...
Published in: The State - Page C2

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Citadel writing project offers photo workshop (scroll down)
The Lowcountry Writing Project at The Citadel is offering a workshop to help teachers use digital photography in the classroom. It is open to all kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Clemson's Center for Sustainable Living an invaluable coastal asset
When the phrases "natural disaster and "coastal South Carolina" are paired together, two words come to mind: Hurricane Hugo. In 1989, the South Carolina coast suffered a catastrophic natural disaster that left in its wake almost $5 billion in damages to coastal counties...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
ESPN letter confirms interest in Palmetto Bowl
COLUMBIA--House Ways and Means Chairman Bobby Harrell, R-Charleston, has received a letter from ESPN confirming the network's commitment to the proposed Palmetto Bowl...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
FedEx admits error, funds Fulbrights
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -- Shipping company FedEx Corp. has agreed to help fund a prestigious international scholarship program after it absolutely, positively failed to deliver some student applications on time...
Published in: CNN.com

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
In debt from Day One
As a student at Johns Hopkins University, Justin Anderson had fairly idealistic notions when it came to his career. He loved the idea of teaching, and even dreamed of getting a doctorate in history after graduating. Then reality sank in...
Published in: The Christian Science Monitor

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
ON CAMPUS (news from other S.C. colleges)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D2

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Palmetto bugs infest bowl game
Palmetto Bowl promoters imagine an ideal scenario for the postseason college football game proposed for The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium: An Atlantic Coast Conference team -- Clemson? -- defeats a Conference USA team before a sellout crowd of 35,000 fans, most of whom hang around Charleston long enough to buy lots of she-crab soup and make a massive economic impact...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Senate Democrats not ready to give up on South
...While Corzine was making his case to reporters last week, scholars of Southern politics concluded at a conference held at The Citadel, a military school in Charleston, S.C., that religion remains a "pre-eminent factor." It is why "cultural wars" will dog the Kerry campaign in the South, said Susan MacManus, a University of South Florida political scientist who attended the meeting...
Published in: USA Today

Tuesday
March 9, 2004
Three Bulldogs named to all-tournament team
(This article contains several news items.) HONOLULU -- Three Citadel baseball players were named to the 2004 First Hawaii Title Rainbow Baseball All-Tournament Team on Monday
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Monday
March 8, 2004
Accolades & More (not web accessible)
Peter L. deKeratry, campaign director for The Citadel Foundation, has been awarded the professional designation of "Certified Fundraising Executive" by Certified Fundraising Executive International. He met a series of standards in his profession, education, professional achievements and commitment to service to nonprofit organizations.
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - Page 78

Monday
March 8, 2004
CGPS ad (not web accesible)
Citadel Summer School 2004
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - March 8-21 edition (page 10)

Monday
March 8, 2004
CGPS ad (not web accessible)
MAYMESTER AND FOUR SUMMER SESSIONS--DAY AND EVENING LCASSES FOR BOTH GRADUATE & UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS, ALL IN A NON-MILITARY ENVIRONMENT.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B2

Monday
March 8, 2004
Lowcountry Graduate Center will benefit by adding new programs
Recently, two important reports on economic development have been released. At the state level, Gov. Sanford has commissioned Michael Porter and Monitor Group to develop the "South Carolina Competitive Initiative." On the local level, our three area Chambers of Commerce have issued "Reaching the Next Level" -- a regional economic development plan by Ed Morrison...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A9

Monday
March 8, 2004
Stadium proposal critics say money could be better spent
COLUMBIA--The idea of spending $700,000 to build enough stadium seats to possibly host a new football bowl game in Charleston isn't sitting well with some people who are feeling the pinch of recent state budget cuts...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,7

Monday
March 8, 2004
USC lands collection from writer's estate
COLUMBIA--George V. Higgins was a novelist, a newspaper columnist and a lawyer who worked both sides of the aisle. His literary collection at the University of South Carolina is just as eclectic...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
March 8, 2004
USC Sumter awaits S.C. Senate’s verdict
Many at school excited at prospect of becoming a 4-year university, but others object...
Published in: The State - Page A1,9

Sunday
March 7, 2004
Behind the whistle
...When he began calling games in the Southern Conference in 1969, Burch was the first black official in the league (later, he was among the first black referees in the ACC). He laughs as he recalls one early trip to The Citadel’s McAlister Gym...
Published in: The State - Page S1,6

Sunday
March 7, 2004
Bulldogs tweak offense just a little
Two weeks into his first spring practice schedule as The Citadel's head coach, John Zernhelt has not attempted to re-invent Bulldogs football...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C8

Sunday
March 7, 2004
Charleston area has advantages in its quest to keep bases open
...Watt Jordan of the Military Order of the World Wars asked me to remind folks that the ceremony known as the Massing of the Colors is scheduled for 3 p.m. today at The Citadel's Summerall Chapel. Last year, roughly 40 organizations participated in this colorful, patriotic event...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Sunday
March 7, 2004
Citadel to offer minor in African-American Studies
Officials seek to improve school's image, increase number of minorities on campus...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6
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Sunday
March 7, 2004
Citadel's McClester named SoCon wrestler of the year
The Citadel and Chattanooga each placed four wrestlers on a 10-member All-Southern Conference wrestling team, led by conference wrestler of the year Ryan McClester of the Bulldogs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C8

Sunday
March 7, 2004
Hawai'i baseball claims tourney
...Fisherbaugh mixed his fastball with his change in striking out five of the seven batters he faced. He also had five strikeouts in two innings in getting the save against The Citadel on Thursday...
Published in: Honolulu Advertiser

Saturday
March 6, 2004
College marks 110 years
Predominantly black school in Rock Hill looks to raise profile...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Saturday
March 6, 2004
Photo (not web accessible)
The caption reads, "Kendra Laird crawls under a human bridge formation duriht The Citadel Spirit Run, a set of motivation exercises including pushups, flutter kicks and sit ups, held after the school's Friday parade. The Spirit Run always concludes with the Cadet Prayer, which all knobs are required to memorize."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Saturday
March 6, 2004
Thanks to all (letter to the editor)
...Volunteers offered assistance at ceremonies and competitions at The Citadel, Ashley Lanes, Triangle Lanes and Tapio School of Gymnastics. Their tasks ranged from serving meals to officiating competitions...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A14

Friday
March 5, 2004
Black leaders to fight bowl game
Organizers hope the Palmetto Bowl would bring prestige to South Carolina, but already the planned football game is bumping up against an ugly image from the past — the fight over the Confederate flag...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Friday
March 5, 2004
Colleges push for services for recovering addicts
NEW BRUNSWICK, New Jersey (AP) -- Living in a college dorm can mean little privacy and exposure to a lot of booze. That can make it a tough place for young adults who are in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction...
Published in: CNN.com

Friday
March 5, 2004
Democrats boo funds for bowl
...Charleston's odds of landing an NCAA college football bowl game in 2005 are improving everywhere except the Statehouse, where Democratic leaders were caught off guard by a quietly proposed $700,000 expenditure to help land the game...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,12
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Friday
March 5, 2004
Lawmakers question funding of bowl game
COLUMBIA - House Republican leaders have set aside $700,000 to help start a proposed college football bowl game, angering some Democrats who say the money would be better spent on education or health care in the budget crunch.
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Friday
March 5, 2004
Lawmakers throw flag on plans for bowl game
... The $700,000 would help start the Palmetto Bowl, a football game proposed between an Atlantic Coast Conference team and a Conference USA team to be played at The Citadel...
Published in: The Herald

Friday
March 5, 2004
Professor told to stick to syllabus
A College of Charleston professor who allowed students to show a pornographic film clip during a media literacy class presentation has been instructed to return to his initial, graphic-free syllabus...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Friday
March 5, 2004
Workers' suits claim bias at USC
A group of University of South Carolina maintenance workers whose job discrimination lawsuit was dismissed last year brought individual complaints against the institution this week...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
March 4, 2004
$700,000 for football ignites budget furor
In the tightest state budget in memory, House Republican leaders have found $700,000 to help start the Palmetto Bowl, a proposed college football game to be played in Charleston...The bowl game would be played at The Citadel and would feature an ACC team and a Conference USA team...
Published in: The State - Page A1,9

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Bowl plan thrills Charleston officials
Charleston leaders are excitedly planning the Palmetto Bowl, a proposed football game to be played each December...
Published in: The State - Page A9

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Elon ends Citadel's season
ELON 66, THE CITADEL 56
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Feds to ease limits on single-sex schools
Plan would grant public districts options to teach boys and girls in separate classes...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A5

Thursday
March 4, 2004
HIGHER ED BILL
A bill calling for the state to borrow $500 million for college research and economic development projects was approved Tuesday by a key committee...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Massing of the Colors (not web accessible)
(also listed in the Preview section on page F35) The General Westmoreland Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars and The Citadel will conduct the seventh annual Massing of the Colors ceremony at 3 p.m. Sunday in The Citadel's Summerall Chapel.
Published in: The Post and Courier - YOUR LOUNCOUNTRY - Page 2

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Max gives his best in last game
After Elon's 66-56 win over The Citadel, Phoenix coach Ernie Nestor sought out the Bulldogs' Max Mombollet. Nestor put his arm around Mombollet's neck and whispered a few words of congratulations to the 6-8 senior...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C4

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Southern Conference High Five
WHO: received assistance finding his seat along The Citadel team bench?
The Bulldogs’ assistant coach Chris Gerlufsen, who leaped up to protest a charging foul on leading scorer Max Mombollet. Citadel head coach Pat Dennis shoved his excitable colleague back down, apparently to avoid a possible technical foul.
Published in: The State - Page C7

Thursday
March 4, 2004
Strong finish gives The Citadel reason for optimism
NORTH CHARLESTON — The Citadel’s worst basketball season in 13 years almost had a Cinderella finish. But even after Wednesday’s 66-56 loss to Elon in the first round of the Southern Conference Tournament, coach Pat Dennis hoped he had found some building blocks for the future...
Published in: The State - Page C7

Thursday
March 4, 2004
The Citadel rallies to top Beavers, 7-6
HONOLULU — Aaron Mathews tied Oregon State's single-game record by hitting three doubles, but the Beavers fell to The Citadel 7-6 on Tuesday in the first game of the Hawaii First Title Rainbow Tournament at Les Murakami Stadium.
Published in: Gazette-Times, Corvallis, OR

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
Bulldogs deny Oregon State (not web accessible)
HONOLULU -- Chip Cannon doubled with the bawses loaded and drove in three runs in the ninth inning to lead The Citadel in a come-from-behind 7-6 victory over Oregon State in game one of the First Hawaii Title Rainbow Baseball Tournament on Tuesday.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C6

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
Bulldogs pack their bags with newfound confidence
The Citadel Bulldogs packed their bags, boarded a bus and headed for their hotel Tuesday afternoon. Their trip was a short one -- just up I-26 to the North Charleston Coliseum -- but the Bulldogs are hoping for an extended stay at the Southern Conference Tournament...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
Colleges throw lifeline to students Goal is to halt suicide, spot depression
...The goal: To find out what really helps to improve mental health and prevent suicides on college campuses. It's a subject much on the minds of students, their parents and college administrators in the wake of some highly publicized suicides. And it's on the minds of campus mental health providers, who say they increasingly see students with serious problems...
Published in: USA Today

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
Higher education bill may face Sanford veto
Measure could lure medical firms, aid colleges; 4-year USC Sumter degrees at issue...
Published in: The State - Page A1,12

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
House G.O.P. to Drop Idea of Penalty for Steep Rises in Tuition
House Republicans plan to announce today that they are withdrawing legislation that would have imposed financial penalties on colleges and universities that raised tuition too sharply...
Published in: The New York Times

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
Late wins lighten Bulldogs' burden
What a difference a win makes. And two is even better.
The Citadel's season-ending victories over Wofford and Georgia Southern, by identical scores of 68-65, didn't really alter the tenor of the Bulldogs' season. Their 6-21 record (2-14 in the Southern Conference) was still the worst of coach Pat Dennis' 12 seasons, and the Bulldogs' lowest victory total since 1990-91.
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site only

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
S.C. House gets ready to pinch pennies
Schools, health care are budget priorities...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
State employees rally for raises
Robert T. Hancock and eight of his co-workers took Tuesday off, left Chesterfield County at 8 a.m. and carpooled to Columbia to track down their legislators...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5

Wednesday
March 3, 2004
State workers, retirees, educators rally for better pay and benefits
About 500 people gather at the Statehouse to appeal to legislators...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
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Wednesday
March 3, 2004
The Citadel 7, Oregon State 6 (scroll down)
Today — Chicago State vs. The Citadel, noon; Oregon State vs. Hawai'i, 6:35 p.m.
Published in: The Honolulu Adviser

Tuesday
March 2, 2004
Budget cuts take toll on state's universities
Catch-22: The state's public colleges have more students — but fewer dollars to serve them...
Published in: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Tuesday
March 2, 2004
Citadel sets symposium about Southern politics (scroll down)
The Citadel department of political science will sponsor the 14th Symposium on Southern Politics on Thursday and Friday in Mark Clark Hall, where nearly 50 scholarly papers will be presented...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1

Tuesday
March 2, 2004
Margaret Jane Paturzo (obit - scroll down)
...Ms. Paturzo was a secretary for the Citadel and retired after many years of service. She was a member of the State Employee s Association...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Tuesday
March 2, 2004
Survey shows S.C. drivers face longer commutes
...Charleston drivers' average commute is climbing as more people move into the area and new subdivisions are built, said Jeff Davis, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering with The Citadel. Unlike Charlotte, New York and Atlanta, where population growth has created several core urban areas, most people who move to the outskirts of Charleston still commute into the city to work...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Tuesday
March 2, 2004
Tourism gets lift from gift to USC
2M donation given for planned research center...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Monday
March 1, 2004
'Living proof' of why state trauma system is necessary (commentary)
Wilbert Wilks is a 1996 graduate of The Citadel and a recipient of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety Trooper of the Year award.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Monday
March 1, 2004
Citadel graduate inspires sibling
(article about Rachel Rogers '03, written by her sister Sarah Rogers)
... I didn't think matters could get any worse, but they did. During her senior year of high school, Rachel decided she was going to attend the Citadel, South Carolina's Military College. My father, a graduate of the school himself, wasn't too excited about her decision, but supported her nonetheless. I on the other hand, thought it was the dumbest idea ever and knew she would fully regret it. But Rachel went through with it...
Published in: The Gamecock

Monday
March 1, 2004
COMING UP
THURSDAY
SUNSOUTHERN POLITICS SYMPOSIUM: The Citadel Department of Political Science hosts the 14th Symposium on Southern Politics in Mark Clark Hall on the campus of The Citadel. In addition, there will be a roundtable discussion of the 2004 elections in the South. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, call 953-5072. DAY
MASSING OF THE COLORS: The General Westmoreland Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars and The Citadel hold the 7th annual Massing of the Colors ceremony at 3 p.m. in Summerall Chapel on the campus of The Citadel. Call 953-6779.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
March 1, 2004
No napping for Dogs' Hammack
Kevin Hammack was trapped in the backcourt by a couple of Georgia Southern Eagles, his team clinging to a four-point lead in the final two minutes. Exhausted, The Citadel point guard pivoted helplessly back and forth until a five-second violation was called, one of his 10 turnovers in the game...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Monday
March 1, 2004
Outsourcing becomes personal for students
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.--In a crowded MIT classroom, 55 aspiring executives grill a veteran consultant on the hot topic of foreign outsourcing...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review, Page E3

Monday
March 1, 2004
Two great Americans (letter to the editor)
...On Feb. 2, Brig. Gen. Hugh B. Tant III ('71) addressed the Rotary Club of North Charleston about his key role in converting the currency system in Iraq...
Published in: The Post and Courier - A10

Monday
March 1, 2004
USC, Clemson strive to make fuel cell conference a success
USC’s national center for fuel cell research and Clemson’s new center for automotive research have gotten solidly behind the FuelCellSouth 2004 conference to be held in Columbia later this month...
Published in: The State - Columbia Business Journal, Page 4

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