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The Citadel in the News: Archive

September 2004

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Thursday
September 30, 2004
(USC articles - scroll down)
1. USC gets $2 million research grant
2. USCSick USC student is out of intensive care
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
September 30, 2004
3 finalist bie for top Spanish teacher (not web accessible)
Three Lowcountry teachers have been named finalist in The Citadel's inaugural Lowcountry Spanish Teacher of the Year contest...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB

Thursday
September 30, 2004
Bringing up Duran
Newton and Duran Lawson. Those were the quarterbacks in the Class AAAA-II state football championship game three years ago, when Newton's Marlboro County team took on Lawson's Conway Tigers at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Thursday
September 30, 2004
They're LIFE scholars, not tutors (editorial)
A proposal before the S.C. Commission on Higher Education to require recipients of the state's LIFE Scholarship to serve as tutors or mentors for public-school students, though well-intentioned, would undermine that program's effectiveness. The current requirement that LIFE scholars maintain a B average in college to stay in the program is a fair -- and sufficient -- burden...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A16

Thursday
September 30, 2004
Trial date set for suit against Colo. university
DENVER--A judge set a trial date Wednesday for a lawsuit against the University of Colorado that touched off a scandal in the football program over allegations that sex, drugs and alcohol were used to lure recruits...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A6

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
At Center of Connecticut Case, A Man Who Exuded Power
Cid Grad in the New York Times .....Peter N. Ellef '67?
Published in: Alumni BBS

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
Democrats bid Hollings farewell
WASHINGTON — For retiring U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings, this goodbye party was a family affair — thrown for senators, by senators...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
DUKE
...So it goes on for Duke. This week, however, a rare chance for victory with The Citadel visiting. The Division I-AA member Bulldogs have just as many problems, even more challenges to attract quality players...
Published in: USA Today

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
Florida A&M president fired
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (AP) -- The president of Florida's historically black public university was fired Tuesday after a little more than a two-year tenure marked by a dispute over the school's football program and bookkeeping problems...
Published in: CNN.com
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Wednesday
September 29, 2004
Overtime loss to Panthers the pits for Paladins (scroll down)
...-- Citadel fans who pine for the days of the Military Classic of the South might want to visit Charleston Southern on Saturday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
Playing 1-AA teams not worth the risk
By the time Jamoga Ramsey made Auburn's final touchdown of a 33-3 victory over The Citadel Saturday afternoon, Jordan-Hare Stadium was largely empty...
Published in: Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
U. of Colo. Bars Freshmen From Pledging
BOULDER, Colo. - The University of Colorado has barred freshmen from joining fraternities and sororities during their first semester after the death of an 18-year-old student who had apparently been drinking heavily with his new frat brothers...
Published in: Yahoonews.com

Wednesday
September 29, 2004
W. Lewis Spearman Sr.
...He is survived by his wife, Essie Pearl Inman Spearman of West Columbia; son, William Lewis Spearman, Jr. (former director of Center for International and Regional Development), and wife, Sylvia of Mountain City, TN;
Published in: The State - Page B5

Tuesday
September 28, 2004
Dogs looking to Ern more
Citadel coach John Zernhelt had the idea even before he watched Ern Mills race 79 yards with a kickoff return against ninth-ranked Auburn last Saturday. The idea -- get Mills the ball more often...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 28, 2004
Frederick Charlotte Jr. (obit - not an alum)
Mr. Charlotte was self-employed in specialty advertising, a U.S. Air Force veteran, member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Absher-Flowers Post 9337, graduate of Anderson Boys High and attended The Citadel.
Published in: The State - Page B4

Tuesday
September 28, 2004
Krawcheck swaps jobs at Citigroup
...The current head of Smith Barney, Sallie L. Krawcheck, 39, will take over as chief financial officer and head of strategy...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page F2

Tuesday
September 28, 2004
Lawyer for nearly 50 years
Ernest J. Hewett II, an attorney with Steel, Hector and Davis for nearly 50 years who at one time represented FPL and The University of Miami, died Saturday from cancer. He was 83. A New Jersey native, known as ''Ernie'' to friends, Hewett moved to Ormond Beach when he was a child. He earned his bachelor's degree from the Citadel in 1942 and then began his U.S. Army service as a tank commander in Arizona during World War II...
Published in: The Miami Herald

Tuesday
September 28, 2004
The Citadel Loses to Charleston, 3-0
Charleston, SC - Senior middle blocker Audra Ritchie racked up 10 kills and senior setter Katie Livingston tallied 20 assists as The Citadel fell to the College of Charleston 3-0 in Southern Conference volleyball action in McAlister Field House Tuesday night...
Published in: collegesports.com - web site

Monday
September 27, 2004
Colleges focus on marketing
Mention a BMW, and adults think of quality. Talk about an iPod, and college kids know they want one. But throw out the name of a major university, and chances are pretty good that neither adults nor students can tell you a thing about its academic programs. The difference often boils down to marketing campaigns, a corporate staple that has drawn the interest of trustees at N.C. State University...
Published in: Newsobserver (Raleigh/Durham area)

Monday
September 27, 2004
Cross at the light (letter to the editor - scroll down)
(by Tamara Bolding in the Provost's Office)
In regard to the tunnel for the Charleston Municipal Golf Course, I have two questions:
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Monday
September 27, 2004
Warren Bailey Jones, Senior ('64 - obit - scroll down)
...A Chicora High School alumni, he received his B. S. and M.A.T. degrees from The Citadel (Class of 1964) where he was a member of the First Battalion Staff and The Citadel Sport Parachute Team...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4 (also listed in The State)

Sunday
September 26, 2004
Bulldogs can't focus Auburn (not web accessible)
Tigers rout Citadel in a weekend lull between games against ranked foes...
Published in: The State - Page S6

Sunday
September 26, 2004
Dr. Joseph Brunson ('30)
..He graduated from Ridge Spring High School in 1926 and from the Citadel in 1930 with a BS degree...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Sunday
September 26, 2004
No paper Tigers, but Auburn must earn it against Dogs
AUBURN 33, THE CITADEL 3
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,5

Sunday
September 26, 2004
Rev. John Mullis Sr. ('50 - obit)
...Mullis was a 1950 graduate of The Citadel and Tennessee Temple Seminary, Chattanooga, TN...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Sunday
September 26, 2004
USC trustees OK pharmacy school merger
Combined program could save state $2 million a year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Sunday
September 26, 2004
Vet schools too constrained to alleviate veterinarian shortage
ATHENS, Ga. — When she was 5, Jennifer Simpson decided she wanted to be a veterinarian when she grew up. By middle school, she had researched colleges and had her heart set on earning her doctorate from the University of Georgia...
Published in: The State - Page F1,3

Saturday
September 25, 2004
Citadel honors Hollings, unveils barracks
...Friday, Hollings was honored in front of Padgett-Thomas for more than 50 years of public service and for helping to secure $28 million to build the new barracks...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6
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Saturday
September 25, 2004
The Citadel Rifle Takes Second Place
Charleston, S.C. - The Citadel rifle team finished in second place behind North Carolina State at the USAMU Invitational held in Ft. Benning,Ga. this past weekend. Senior shooter Justin Dickinson led the Bulldogs with a score of 566...
Published in: collegesports.com - web site

Saturday
September 25, 2004
The Women Take Third in Citadel Invitational
Charleston, S.C - The 23rd annual Citadel Cross Country Invitational turned out a big crowd as 17 colleges and 26 high schools participated in the meet held at James Island County Park Saturday morning...
Published in: collegesports.com - web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Saturday
September 25, 2004
USC signals support for joint pharmacy education with MUSC
A USC trustees’ panel endorsed two proposals Friday described as ways to streamline delivery of pharmacy instruction and expand health-related research...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8

Friday
September 24, 2004
"John" Collins Elvin John Higgs (scroll down)
...He attended the Citadel before serving in the US Merchant Marines. Mr. Higgs was a retired superintendent with Braswell Shipyards and was a member of First United Methodist Church, Isle of Palms, SC...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Friday
September 24, 2004
(McPherson Named Minor League Player of the Year)
THE CITADEL: Ex-Bulldogs third baseman Dallas McPherson has been named Minor League Player of the Year by The Sporting News, a national publication...
Published in: The Herald

Friday
September 24, 2004
Davidson Volleyball Defeats The Citadel, 3-0
Davidson, NC - The Davidson volleyball team hit a season-best .312 on its way to a 3-0 (30-22, 30-24, 30-20) victory over The Citadel Friday evening in Belk Arena. With the win, the Wildcats (3-12, 1-0 SoCon) earned their first home triumph of the year and also snapped The Citadel¹s (7-7, 0-2) five-match winning streak...
Published in: collegesports.com - web site

Friday
September 24, 2004
UC system raises admission bar
SAN FRANCISCO--University of California officials have raised the bar for admission to the prestigious system, despite protests the decision will hinder enrollment of disadvantaged students. "Educate, don't segregate!" students chanted as the Board of Regents voted 14-6 Thursday to raise the minimum grade-point average from 2.8 to 3.0, effective in the fall of 2007...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A9

Thursday
September 23, 2004
Daniel Library Fall lPrograms (not web accessible)
The 2004 Daniel Library Friends annual book and lecture series will cover the spectrum this fall as it examines leaders tom the Civil Was and modern political leaders to those in art, archiecture and preservation...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 2ZB

Thursday
September 23, 2004
New Citadel Staff Members (not web accessible)
Alisha Simmons, DeAnnue Daguiar and Crystalyn Bragg recently joined the stafff of The Citadel Human Resources Department....
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB

Thursday
September 23, 2004
Not your typical I-AA player
...The object of Burnham's admiration was Julian West, the 6-3, 225-pound senior from Florence and the Bulldogs' most impressive looking athlete this side of tailback Nehemiah Broughton...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Thursday
September 23, 2004
Queries may suggest Clemson cutbacks
Questions Gov. Mark Sanford and his staff asked during state budget hearings Wednesday suggest that spending cuts may be on the way for some Clemson programs. The governor criticized Clemson’s lobbying to preserve a budget for public service programs and services that benefit wealthy land and golf course owners...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
September 23, 2004
Society for Military History Meeting (not web accessible)
The Citadel History Department will host the 2005 Society for Military History annual meeting...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB

Thursday
September 23, 2004
Tatum inspires students
Columbia College celebrates: 150th anniversary
Changing the world for the better should be a goal for today’s college students. That’s what those attending the kickoff Wednesday of Columbia College’s 150th anniversary celebration heard from keynote speaker Beverly Daniel Tatum, author and president of Spelman College in Atlanta...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
September 22, 2004
Benedict policy may harm school’s good name
Readers following local stories on the firing of professors Milwood Motley and Larry Williams and ensuing coverage of Benedict College’s grading system must have wondered: Where do other Benedict College faculty stand on the Success Equals Effort policy, whereby freshman and sophomore students receive credit for “effort” as well as for “knowledge”?
Published in: The State - Page A9

Wednesday
September 22, 2004
SPARTANBURGWofford College celebrating impact on judiciary (scroll down)
Wofford College will celebrate its impact on the judiciary with “Wofford and the Law,” a legal education seminar set for Friday and Saturday at the college...
Published in: The State - ?

Wednesday
September 22, 2004
Terriers try to pick up pieces
...With 2-1/2 sacks agains App State last week, Citadel linebacker Julian West has more sacks than he did all of last season (two)...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
September 22, 2004
USC treats 800 to halt meningitis
Students given antibiotics after freshman falls ill...
Published in: The State - Page A1,10

Sunday
September 19, 2004
Citadel board applauds Grinalds
President cited for meeting college's goal of educating principled leaders, fund raising...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,9
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Sunday
September 19, 2004
Citadel votes to pursue Stoney Field site
The Citadel has decided to eliminate its "Plan B" option to renovate Johnson Hagood football stadium if the college can gain ownership of Stoney Field...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D5

Sunday
September 19, 2004
Mountaineers too much for Bulldogs
APPALACHIAN STATE 28, THE CITADEL 14
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,5

Saturday
September 18, 2004
Citadel plan for barracks put on hold
The Citadel needs more money to replace an old barracks after construction bids came in significantly higher than expected, college officials said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,5

Friday
September 17, 2004
Bulldogs scale back strength of schedule (Citadel Basketball)
Games against fellow military schools Army and Navy and trips to Georgetown and Clemson highlight The Citadel's 2004-05 basketball schedule, announced Thursday by coach Pat Dennis...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C7

Friday
September 17, 2004
Ivan brings wind, rain, rising streams, power outages
..."We are used to going to the beach. We are used to the sun shining. Part of our geographical identity is sunny paradise," said professor Steve Nida, head of the psychology department at The Citadel. "It is harder for us to handle these long stretches of bad weather that are totally inconsistent with what we are used to."
Published in: The Herald

Friday
September 17, 2004
Well-earned tribute for Hollings (editorial)
For 56 years, Ernest F. Hollings has held elective office -- the last 38 as a U.S. senator. For many years to come, the cancer center at the Medical University of South Carolina will carry on a life-sustaining legacy in his name...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Brown University gets $100 million gift (scroll down)
Brown University has received a $100 million gift from a liquor importer for its financial aid program, allowing the Ivy League school to offer its neediest students outright grants instead of loans. The gift is the largest single donation in Brown’s 240-year history...
Published in: The State - Page B7

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Campus fills modern niche
As Columbia College stands on the cusp of its 150th anniversary, it looks back on a proud history but moves forward with a 21st century purpose of empowering women...
Published in: The State - Page A1,10

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Citadel has tough non-conference schedule
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The Citadel's schedule this year begins with tough road games at Georgetown, Clemson and Army, the school said Thursday...
Published in: The Herald

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Colo. U. limits alcohol after student dies
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Following the death of a female student and two off-campus riots, Colorado State University officials Thursday said alcohol sales for most of its football stadium would be suspended until at least Feb. 1...
Published in: Boston Globe

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Daniel Library Fall Programs (not web accessible)
The 2004 Daniel Libraryu Friends annual book and lecture series will cover the spectrum this fall as it examines leladers from the Civil War and modern political leaders to those in art, architecture and preservation.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 6ZB

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Education advocates plan town hall meetings
...The Coalition for Education Equity now calls itself Education First and is sponsoring town hall meetings across the state, where it will make the case that the Legislature should provide more money to public schools...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Hurricane may hit Citadel again
The Citadel can't seem to escape hurricanes. The Bulldogs will head well inland to play Appalachian State on Saturday and, if forecasts hold true, will be greeted by potentially heavy rain from what's left of Hurricane Ivan...
Published in: Winston-Salem Journal

Thursday
September 16, 2004
Job climate makes picking a major hard
...And in today’s uncertain job market, it’s a lot more. Positions once filled by graduates with yesterday’s hot majors are disappearing or being shipped overseas, so a student’s answer to the question is one of the most important financial decisions they will ever make...
Published in: The State - Page B6

Thursday
September 16, 2004
The secret is out about Claflin’s quality
I suspect The State’s “By the Numbers” article (Sept. 6), showing where S.C. colleges and universities are ranked nationally by U.S. News & World Report, raised a few eyebrows when Claflin University in Orangeburg was the only institution listed in its category. It is understandable. Founded in 1869, Claflin is the oldest historically black college or university in South Carolina, but it has no football team to fuel publicity, so it may be the state’s best-kept secret...
Published in: The State - Page A18

Thursday
September 16, 2004
The Waiting Game
After week off and postponement of CSU game, Citadel players ready to finally play...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
‘Bright ... and inviting’
Converse College in Spartanburg dedicated a new science building Tuesday in conjunction with its annual fall convocation, culminating a five-year fund-raising campaign that brought in $82.5 million...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
Benedict’s critics should do their homework
The Success Equals Effort Policy is designed to produce competent graduates in four years. The policy works in conjunction with other Benedict College policies, including a mandatory attendance policy and a Satisfactory Academic Progress policy that places a student on probation if his grade-point average goes below 2.0, and suspension if these conditions persist for more than one semester...
Published in: The State - Page A9

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
Group behind report card gives U.S. colleges 'F' on affordability
...While noting progress in areas such as student preparation, the biennial study by the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education drops the country to an "F" in affordability from the "D" it received in the nonprofit group's report two years ago...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
TEAM WITHOUT A GAME? (scroll down)
Pity The Citadel Bulldogs, who seem to drag a hurricane with them wherever they go. Having lost their opener against Charleston Southern to Hurricane Frances, the Bulldogs now are keeping an eye on Ivan, which threatens Tennessee and North Carolina this weekend...
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site only

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
USC engineers push steel to its limit
Some University of South Carolina researchers are testing their metal, trying to find better steel for state bridges...
Published in: The State - Page B1

Wednesday
September 15, 2004
Zoning change OK'd to allow college at plantation site
The great-grandchildren of slaves, preservationists, archeologists, educators, urban planners, and neighbors of McLeod Plantation offered sharply contrasting views Tuesday on plans to site a college campus on the historic property. City Council approved a zoning change allowing a small college on the land, but not before nearly two dozen of more than 100 people attended the council meeting weighed in on the controversial issue.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
September 14, 2004
Barring Ivan, Citadel to open season at last
What does The Citadel have in common with the Ivy League? Academic merits and tuition rates aside, the answer is this -- the Bulldogs and the eight Ivy League schools are the only teams in Division I football that have yet to play a game this season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Tuesday
September 14, 2004
BEAUFORT Supreme Court reprimands former Beaufort city judge (scroll down)
...George H. O’Kelley Jr. ('65) was an associate municipal judge for the city of Beaufort from 1996 until his resignation in October 2003. Among his duties were adjudicating parking tickets...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Tuesday
September 14, 2004
Deputy, second person shot at trailer park (David Weiner '00)
...Like Mazur, Weiner is a Citadel graduate and joined the Sheriff's Office from the Police Corps. Weiner, a deputy for four years, played the trumpet in the Citadel's regimental band, according to school records...
Published in: Greenville News
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Tuesday
September 14, 2004
Georgia Southern Tops The Citadel in SoCon Opener
Statesboro, GA - The Georgia Southern volleyball team opened the defense of their Southern Conference crown Tuesday evening at Hanner Fieldhouse, topping The Citadel in four games in the conference openers for both schools...
Published in: collegesports.com - web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
September 14, 2004
Hill says goodbye to Sen. Hollings
WASHINGTON — More than 600 friends from South Carolina and Washington toasted retiring U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings on Monday evening as one of the Senate’s most colorful and productive members of the last century...
Published in: The State - Page A1,5
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Tuesday
September 14, 2004
Lt. Col. William Kaminer Jr. ('38 - obit)
...Mr. Kaminer Sr. was a US Government Employee in the Philippines following service in the Spanish American War. In 1917, the Kaminer family moved to the family homeplace in Lexington, S.C. Bill was home-schooled by his mother through the seventh grade. He was a 1929 graduate of Lexington High School and a 1933 graduate of the Citadel where he earned a bachelor’s of Science degree in Chemistry...
Published in: The State - Page B4

Monday
September 13, 2004
Guard fights to fill ranks
COLUMBIA--The South Carolina National Guard is struggling to meet its recruiting goals for the first time since the war in Iraq began, and commanders worry retirements could further deplete the ranks...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Monday
September 13, 2004
Pat Conroy's Lowcountry (not web accessible)
The water, sand, and salt air of Beaufort County captured this writer's heart and fueled his fiction...
Published in: Southern Living Magazine - September's Issue

Monday
September 13, 2004
Stolen property (letter to the editor)
...Perhaps if I had been Commandant of Cadets at The Citadel, the Sheriff's Office would have at least returned my phone calls, and tried to find my stolen property.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Sunday
September 12, 2004
A Message For Corporal Ramirez
...From here Alabaman Col. Kenneth McKenzie Jr.('79), the 22nd MEU’s commander, has been directing 2000 Marines, and recently Army infantry troops as well, in combat operations against Taliban and other forces across an area half the size of North Carolina...
Published in: Parade Magazine

Sunday
September 12, 2004
College Notes
(news from other S. C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
September 12, 2004
Former Mount Holly mayor dies (Thomas Belk Jr. '49)
...In private life, Belk was a vice president at Vision Hosiery in Belmont. He was a World War II veteran and a Citadel graduate who otherwise lived in Mount Holly all his life...
Published in: The Charlotte Observer

Sunday
September 12, 2004
Hunting Down Al-Qaeda (will be web accessible on 20 Sept)
A Message For Corporal Ramirez (here's an excert from the article)
...I have arrive at Camp Ripley, the desolate forward operating base of the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU). From here Albaman Col. Kenneth McKenzie Jr. ('79), the 22nd MEU's commander, has been directing 2000 Marines, and recently Army infantry troops as well, in combat operations against Taliban and other forces across an area half the size of North Carolina...
Published in: Parade Magazine from Sunday's paper

Saturday
September 11, 2004
Culinary center leaves good impression
Though still unfinished, Trident Tech's new facility offers glimpse into future...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Friday
September 10, 2004
New turf smooths way for Gamecocks
The clock had barely reached 9 a.m. when Clark Cox strolled across Williams-Brice Stadium’s thick Bermuda grass field. It was late August and the already suffocating humidity meant one of those famous Midlands blast-furnace days — the ones Cox had heard so much about but had scarcely felt since arriving from North Carolina State during the spring — was in the offing...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Friday
September 10, 2004
S.C. State wins approval of plan to finance new dormitories
S.C. State University received the OK Thursday from the state budget oversight panel to borrow $36 million through a federally sanctioned program to pay for construction of new dormitories...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Friday
September 10, 2004
September 11 events:
(scroll down)
TAPS: A bugler will play taps at The Citadel at 8:46 a.m.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
September 10, 2004
State stays with B of A for college savings
South Carolina is sticking with Bank of America Corp. as the private manager of its college savings programs, a year after the bank's mutual fund family and others were caught up in a trading scandal...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7

Friday
September 10, 2004
Trading In His Playbook for Operatic Scores
...Mr. Robinson, a two-time football all-American at the Citadel and a May graduate of the Metropolitan Opera's Young Artist Development Program, remains addicted to football despite what he calls the "bitter pill" of being informed he was too small to turn professional. "You lose your identity," he says. "And then you're told to go out there and live a normal life."
Published in: The New York Times
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Friday
September 10, 2004
USC plans its own ballpark
Decision shuts out Bombers, would put new $10 million stadium behind Colonial Center...
Published in: The State - Page A13

Thursday
September 9, 2004
Benedict doing students disservice by rewarding effort over achievement (editorial)
BENEDICT College’s president means well in pushing a policy that puts effort ahead of academics, but the practice ultimately sets students up to fail in life...
Published in: The State - Page A16

Thursday
September 9, 2004
Citadel job a high note for composer
College also picks director of music
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Thursday
September 9, 2004
Deception another reason to ban agency lobbying (editorial)
WHEN IS A lobbyist not a lobbyist? A. When she changes careers. B. When he decides to start calling himself a “legislative liaison.” C. Either time....
Published in: The State - Page A16

Wednesday
September 8, 2004
Bulldogs keep working, and wait for App
This season already shaped up as a challenging one for Citadel football -- a new coach, the second-toughest schedule in Division I-AA, back-to-back games at Auburn and Duke and half of the Southern Conference out for revenge...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
September 8, 2004
SCSU, Benedict meet today
The game marks a "Homecoming" for Corley, formerly of The Citadel, and one of 10 Columbia natives on the SCSU roster. It's also taking place on the same grassy field where Corley and then-head coach Tony Felder celebrated a 1997 state Class 3-A title victory for Fairfield Central.
Published in: Times and Democrat

Tuesday
September 7, 2004
Bobby Ross is back, where he belongs
...I felt like I was a good fit here and I have a military background," said Ross, who served in Germany from 1960-62 as an officer with the Third Armored Calvary. "I went to VMI. I coached at VMI. I coached at The Citadel. I have a son who went to Air Force. Kevin went to Navy. I have a son-in-law who went to Navy. I believe in what this school stands for. I mean, I don't agree with everything but it's a tremendous place and this is college athletics in its pure form. And I have some energy."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3
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Tuesday
September 7, 2004
Fixing the state’s educational pipeline
South Carolina is in dire need of increasing the education of its citizens. We consistently rank near the bottom on education measures, and it’s affecting our state’s health and well-being. A key in reversing these trends, I believe, is in attacking what many are calling the “broken student pipeline.”
Published in: The State - Page A9

Tuesday
September 7, 2004
Kayak Country
...Two local experts -- Josh Hall of the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission and Ralph P. Earhart of LowCountry Paddlers and author of the "Kayak Charleston" guidebook -- offered their advice to people starting out...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,2

Tuesday
September 7, 2004
New tech college leaders cultivated
James Hudgins appears surprisingly calm when discussing what could be the toughest challenge facing the state’s technical college system in its 40-year history. With top administrators graying and a huge number of retirements looming, the next few years will bring an unprecedented leadership overhaul at the 18 schools.
Published in: The State - Page A1,9

Tuesday
September 7, 2004
Tech colleges face leadership overhaul
COLUMBIA--With top administrators graying and a huge number of retirements on the horizon, South Carolina's technical college system faces an unprecedented leadership overhaul at its 18 schools...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
September 7, 2004
• Citadel names interim dean of education (scroll down)
Dan T. Ouzts, professor of education, has been named interim dean of The Citadel School of Education. He replaces Kenneth T. Henson who has been named Distinguished Professor of Education...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Monday
September 6, 2004
GRANT AND LEE (scroll down)
The Citadel presents "Grant and Lee: The Civil War Personified" at 6:30 p.m. in Bond Hall 165, Daniel Library, Charleston. Speaker Gordon Rhea is the author of "The Battle of the Wilderness," "The Battles for Spotsylvania Court House," "The Road to Yellow Tavern," "To the North Anna River" and "Cold Harbor." Call (843)953-6779 for details.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
September 6, 2004
William Grier Middleton
...Mr. Middleton was born in Gaffney to the late William Bright and Lucille Grier Middleton. He had retired as a pharmacist. He attended The Citadel and was a graduate of University of S.C. Pharmacy School...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Sunday
September 5, 2004
College Notes
(news from other S. C. colleges and universities)
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
September 2, 2004
Daniel Library Fall Programs (not web accessible)
The 2004 Daniel Library Friends annual book and lecture series this fall will examineleaders to those in art and architechture and preservation.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page 7ZB - "Your Lowcountry" section

Thursday
September 2, 2004
Local camper honored this summer (scroll down)
Christopher William Sullivan Jr. of Myrtle Beach received the Mark Clark Award while at The Citadel Summer Camp...
Published in: The Sun News

Thursday
September 2, 2004
Lowcountry college students make evacuation plans
...At The Citadel, students are being paired up with cadets who live inland in S.C. or in Georgia or North Carolina. "It wouldn't be prudent to stay here," because the college is in a flood zone, spokeswoman Charlene Gunnells said...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A9

Thursday
September 2, 2004
Study finds Atlantic getting saltier, Pacific becoming fresher
USC professor co-authors global climate report...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B2

Wednesday
September 1, 2004
Battening down the hatches; Officials prepare for Frances, urge residents to do same
..."The numbers didn't grow as fast today as we expected," said Allison Dean Love, the group's executive director. "Maybe most of the claims came in on the first. But there will certainly be more to come."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A8

Wednesday
September 1, 2004
Frances delays citadel opener
Game against CSU moved to November...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Wednesday
September 1, 2004
Storm threat postpones Citadel game
Charleston | The Citadel has postponed its home opener against nearby Charleston Southern because of the potential that Hurricane Frances could be off the coast of South Carolina this weekend...
Published in: The Sun News

Wednesday
September 1, 2004
The Citadel pospones opener against Bucs
(not web accessible)
Published in: The State - Page C6

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