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The Citadel in the News: Archive

December 2005

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Saturday
December 31, 2005
Top Models in Charleston
1. JENNIFER LOUISE LOVEDAY - Occupation: I am a graduate student at The Citadel getting my MAT and MAE. I am also the graduate assistant to The Citadel Counseling Center.
Published in: The Post and Courier

Friday
December 30, 2005
Man citadel for conservation, education efforts
The Charleston County legislative delegation presented S.C. Department of Natural Resources employee Charles Farmer with the governor's Order of the Silver Crescent on Dec. 13. This award is South Carolina's highest honor for volunteer and community service...He received a master's degree from The Citadel in 1973 while working full time with the DNR.
Published in: The Post and Courier

Friday
December 30, 2005
SOCIETY FOR MILITARY HISTORY
The Citadel History Department will host the 2005 Society for Military History annual meeting...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Wednesday
December 28, 2005
Respect teachers (letter to the editor)
...Dad graduated from The Citadel after returning home from the Navy, following service in World War II and the Korean War. He was driven to succeed by his wife and my mother, a woman who valued education above all else...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Tuesday
December 27, 2005
Executive Items
Walt Corbin, Andrew W. Davis and Rebecca Luther have joined the engineering staff of HLA, Inc. Corbin joins the engineering staff. He holds a degree in civil engineering from The Citadel. Davis has joined the surveying staff. He holds a bachelor's degree from the College of Charleston and is pursuing a land-surveying degree. Luther is public relations administrator. she holds a degree in sociology from Appalachian State University.
Published in: The Post and Courier

Tuesday
December 27, 2005
Letter to the Editor metions Pat Dennis
I have to commend Ken Burger on his article about Citadel basketball coach Pat Dennis. I never attended The Citadel neither did any of my immediate family, but being from Charleston, The Citadel and its sports have been a part of our childhood and adulthood.
Published in: The Post and Courier

Friday
December 23, 2005
Land containing Carolina Bay to become conservation easement
More than 1,000 acres along Pocotaligo Swamp, containing one of the mysterious Carolina Bays, have been donated as conservation easements with the Lowcountry Open Land Trust. Mike Pierce, a Mount Pleasant dentist, and Richard Porcher, biology professor emeritus at The Citadel, donated the properties in Clarendon County 10 miles east of Manning...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Wednesday
December 21, 2005
Brain Balance
It's the holidays. After a hectic few weeks of school, your kids are off until early January. You've got family to visit, functions to attend and you want to keep your kids sharp so they will be ready when they return to school. One thing to keep in mind — relax. "In the typical family, the routines of school and work and the holidays make everyone overdue for 'family time,' " said Conway Saylor, psychology professor at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Monday
December 19, 2005
Brother, sister mourned after crash
The only son and daughter of two Lexington 1 school administrators died in a traffic accident Friday on I-77 in Fairfield County. CGPS student Carrie Mayer-Cowan, 29, and Benjamin Mayer, 23, died after their 2006 Toyota Scion crossed the median on I-77 and was hit on the passenger side by a Dodge Durango.
Published in: The State - Local

Monday
December 19, 2005
Hammack not enough to support Dogs' hopes
CULLOWHEE, N.C. - The Citadel Bulldogs got Kevin Hammack back on Sunday, but they would have needed Michael Jordan to have a shot against Western Carolina.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Sports

Monday
December 19, 2005
Obit - Carrie E. Mayer-Cowan, CGPS student
Published in: The State - Obituaries

Monday
December 19, 2005
Teacher, brother killed in wreck
A chemistry teacher at Hanahan High School and CGPS student and her brother died Friday when their car crossed the center line and collided with an oncoming sport utility vehicle just north of Columbia.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Local

Sunday
December 18, 2005
Dogs welcome back Hammack
Senior point guard Kevin Hammack is slated to return to The Citadel's lineup today, and not a moment too soon. The Bulldogs open their Southern Conference basketball schedule at Western Carolina.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Sports

Sunday
December 18, 2005
Retired Citadel leaders still drawing salaries
Former Citadel president Maj. Gen. John S. Grinalds draws a $123,000 salary as part of a compensation package he negotiated with the college’s board in 2002. The school hopes Grinalds returns as a professor after he finishes a sabbatical to write a book. Brig. Gen. Emory Mace, former commandant of cadets, receives nearly $121,000 to advise incoming administrators for one year. Both retired in August.
Published in: The State - ?

Saturday
December 17, 2005
Citadel still paying two former leaders
Two top former leaders at The Citadel continue to draw handsome state salaries, even though both retired in August.
Published in: The Post and Courier - ?

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
2nd Annual Hot Stove Banquet to Feature Ex-Yankee/Author Jim Bouton (not web accessible)
Charleston, SC - Jim Bouton, the former New York Yankees pitcher and famed author of "Ball Four," will be the featured speaker at the 2nd Annual Hot Stove Banquet & Silent Auction on January 27 at the Holliday Alumni Center on The Citadel campus...
Published in: CollegeSports.com - web site

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
Champ’s focus extends beyond mat; Tyler Thompson is eyeing a third state title, and a career beyond wrestling
...Instead of pursuing a wrestling career at The Citadel, one of the few S.C. colleges that offers the sport on a varsity level, Thompson has other ideas...
Published in: The State - Page C5

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
Saudi prince gives Harvard, Georgetown $40 million
Dec 13, 2005 — BOSTON (Reuters) - A billionaire Saudi prince, ranked by Forbes Magazine as the world's fifth richest person and wealthiest Muslim businessman, has donated $40 million to Harvard and Georgetown to expand their Islamic studies programs.
Published in: ABC News - web site only

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
State gives raises to agency leaders (scroll down)
The South Carolina Budget and Control Board Tuesday approved $236,000 in raises for the heads of state agencies, a 4.4 percent increase...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
Summerall Chapel At The Citadel (not web accessible)
(All photos were given by our Citadel photographer, Russ Pace.)
Published in: Sandlapper - The Magazine of South Carolina - Winter 2005-06

Wednesday
December 14, 2005
UD's Cohen accepts Hofstra's head football job
NEWARK Dave Cohen, defensive coordinator for the University of Delaware football team the last four years, has accepted an offer to be Hofstra’s head football coach, he said today. ...Delaware has not yet hired a replacement for defensive backs coach Isaac Collins, who left to become defensive coordinator at The Citadel. Cohen planned to switch to coaching the defensive backs had he stayed at Delaware.
Published in: Delaware online - web site

Tuesday
December 13, 2005
Dogs eye Collins for defensive coordinator
Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins is reaching back to his days at Lehigh to find the Bulldogs' new defensive coordinator.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Sports

Tuesday
December 13, 2005
Dogs eye Collins for defensive coordinator
Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins is reaching back to his days at Lehigh to find the Bulldogs' new defensive coordinator. Higgins is expected to hire Delaware secondary coach Isaac Collins, who was an assistant under Higgins at Lehigh in 2000. Collins would replace former coordinator Dick Hopkins, who was let go last month after two seasons at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier

Tuesday
December 13, 2005
Obit - William Roy Swancy Jr.
William Roy Swancy, Jr., 68, Class of 1960 died Sunday, December 11, 2005.
Published in: The State - ?

Tuesday
December 13, 2005
UVa. health system gets $45M donation
The University of Virginia Health System has received a $45 million donation for biomedical research. The money from the Ivy Foundation of Charlottesville, will be used by the university's health system to expand laboratory space and speed up the development of new discoveries into effective treatments. The gift will also support new facilities for clinical research and patient care, with a focus on cancer and children's health...
Published in: Washington Business Journal - web site

Tuesday
December 13, 2005
William Roy Swancy Jr. ('60 - obit)
SPARTANBURG — William Roy Swancy, Jr., 68, husband of Harriette Collins Swancy of 609 Spencer Circle, died unexpectedly Sunday, December 11, 2005.
Published in: The State

Monday
December 12, 2005
Primary source
John A. Glusman to speak during the Daniel Library Friends' book and lecture series at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bond Hall Room 165.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Good Morning Lowcountry

Sunday
December 11, 2005
Happenings
John Glusman, author of "Conduct Under Fire," will sign copies of his book following an address in Bond Hall 165 at The Citadel.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Book Reviews

Sunday
December 11, 2005
Happenings
--John Glusman, author of "Conduct Under Fire," will sign copies of his book following an address in Bond Hall 165 at The Citadel.
Published in: The Post and Courier

Friday
December 9, 2005
‘It’s a game for the ages’
...Furman, of course, sees The Citadel as its oldest and biggest rival, just as Appalachian State carries on a bitter feud with its mountain neighbors from Western Carolina. But when it comes to playing meaningful and exciting football, you would be hard pressed to find a better rivalry than Furman-Appalachian State. The past six meetings, all of which had Southern Conference championship implications, have been decided by 15 points. Total...
Published in: The State - Page C1,5

Friday
December 9, 2005
Determined student soldiers on
College students have an arsenal of excuses for letting their studies slide. The sun fried my calculator. Gunfire interrupted my studies. My wife is expecting any day. These weren't whoppers for Brent Byars, a 28-year-old soldier from Goose Creek fighting in Iraq. He overcame each of these obstacles. The military flew in a replacement calculator. He tuned out the sounds of war. He made it home on leave the day before his wife delivered their first child. He got an "A." Byars is a sergeant in the South Carolina Army National Guard who aced the online math course at Trident Technical College. Recently back from his one-year deployment, he continues chipping away at a science degree.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,13

Friday
December 9, 2005
Hurricane Katrina could prove costly for MUSC
You won't see it on any damage estimates, but Hurricane Katrina could cost the Medical University of South Carolina more than $18 million. That's the likely cost over five years to relocate generators in the MUSC hospital and other campus buildings to higher levels in case a Katrina-like storm, or worse, washes too much of the Atlantic Ocean onshore...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B9

Friday
December 9, 2005
Tulane says it will cut jobs, programs
NEW ORLEANS - Staggered by Hurricane Katrina, Tulane University announced Thursday that it is laying off about 230 faculty members, dropping some sports and eliminating several undergraduate programs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page AA1

Thursday
December 8, 2005
Cadets' commandant arrives
Retired U.S. Army Col. Gregory Stone knows a thing or two about raising military leaders. The Citadel's new commandant of cadets hopes the fact that his four children are in military uniforms helps cadets see him as a real person, not just an authority figure...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
December 8, 2005
Citadel's Dennis should receive a medal for bravery
Imagine you're Pat Dennis. You've been coaching basketball at The Citadel for 13 seasons and you finally have a player who can make the Bulldogs into a contender. Warren McLendon, a strapping 6-5 forward who can use his 255-pound body inside, was clearly under- recruited. He looked and played like Charles Barkley. A man among boys. A real player. In recruiting this kid, he said all the right things. He wanted to be there. His family was behind him. His older brother even transferred in to play with him. As a freshman, McLendon averaged more than 10 points a game, hauled down more than five rebounds and was named to the All-Southern Conference freshman team. Then, one year into it, you find out you made a mistake. Or he made a mistake. Regardless of who made the mistake, things turn sour.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Thursday
December 8, 2005
Expansion is music to ears of USC’s arts program
USC music and dance programs will get new rehearsal and performance venues, a move university professors say is a major boost to its arts programs.
Published in: The State - Page B5

Thursday
December 8, 2005
Schools Plus section (not web accessible)
1. Spanish teacher recognized - Jennifer Bryant of Eastside High School in Taylors has been named the 2005 South Carolina Spanish Teacher of the Year by The Citadel's Tau Iota Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society.
2. Alumnus of the Year - Charles T. Cole Jr. recently was named The Citadel School of Business Administration's first Alumnus of the Year. The award will be given annually to honor a graduate who has had success and made contributions to the community through the principles of integrity, fairness and concern for others.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB9

Thursday
December 8, 2005
Student loan suit decided
WASHINGTON - America's seniors and disabled cannot escape debts from old student loans, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, freeing the government to pursue Social Security benefits as part of an effort to collect billions in delinquent loans...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A3

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Business experts speak out
What is the biggest issue facing women in business today? Participants in Tuesday’s entrepreneurs’ summit offered a range of answers. ...“Building the right network ... building social capital.” — Dorothy Moore, entrepreneurship professor at The Citadel
Published in: The State - web site

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Campbell, former South Carolina governor, dead at 65
Former Gov. Carroll Campbell, the man most responsible for building the South Carolina Republican Party into the political force it is today, died early this morning after a long bout with Alzheimer’s disease.
Published in: The State - web site only

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Carroll Campbell dead at 65
Heart attack cause; Republican pioneer suffered from Alzheimer's
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site only

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
High court seems to support recruiting on campus
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court appeared ready Tuesday to rule against colleges that want to limit military recruiting on campus to protest the Pentagon's policy on gays. New Chief Justice John Roberts and other court members signaled support for a law that says schools that accept federal money also have to accommodate military recruiters. The justices seemed concerned about hindering a Defense Department need to fill its ranks when the nation is at war.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Interim vice president for fundraising named (scroll down)
The University of South Carolina has appointed Michelle DeRussy Dodenhoff as interim vice president for university advancement, replacing Hudson Akin, who has resigned.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
McLendon unsure about next move
Now that his Citadel basketball career is over, Warren McLendon is not sure what his next move will be. The 6-5, 255-pound sophomore forward was dismissed from the Bulldogs' team on Monday for what coach Pat Dennis called 'conduct detrimental to the team.' McLendon played in 34 games as a Bulldog, averaging 12.4 points and 6.4 rebounds for his career...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Sanford calls for tuition hike caps; Schools blame cuts in state funding for need to raise costs
...Col. Curt Holland, the vice president for finance and business affairs at The Citadel, said the tuition increases have continued because the college attempted to spread out the increases over several years and ease the burden on students and their families...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,12

Wednesday
December 7, 2005
Shaping up before shipping out
56 Navy sailors are being cross-trained at Fort Jackson for overseas duty...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Pentagon, law schools square off
Can universities accept federal funds, reject military recruiters?
Broadcast on: CNN.com - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Police plan to battle underage drinking at Colby undercover
WATERVILLE -- Deputy Police Chief Joseph Massey said he will send undercover police officers to the Colby College campus to stem the surge of underage drinking after another alleged weekend of college boozing. Massey said five Colby women, three of them members of the college's lacrosse team, were arrested and several others were issued summonses after parties Friday night and Saturday night. He said the numbers of hospital visits, arrests and summonses for illegal possession of alcohol by minors this school year has forced his hand...
Published in: Kennebec Journal, Augusta, ME - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
University leaders pledge to help women in academia
BERKELEY Declaring that "barriers still exist to the full participation of women, not only in science and engineering, but also in academic fields throughout higher education," the leaders of nine of the nation's premier research universities announced today (Tuesday, Dec. 6) that they will undertake further efforts to remove the barriers...
Published in: UC Berkeley News - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
A plan for free ride at 4-year colleges
New Jersey lawmakers want to sweeten the pot for the nearly 2,500 top-performing students attending the state's community colleges. Students who graduate through the New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship program would be eligible for free tuition at any state college or university under a bill sponsored by State Sen. Wayne R. Bryant (D., Camden)...
Published in: Philadelphia Daily News - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Bulldogs win first game without star McLendon
THE CITADEL 126, ATLANTA CHRISTIAN 61
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Citadel's McLendon 'hurt' by dismissal
Pat Dennis' long-running battle with his most talented player came to an end Monday, when The Citadel's basketball coach announced he had kicked sophomore forward Warren McLendon off the team.
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Citadel's McLendon 'hurt' by dismissal
Pat Dennis' long-running battle with his most talented player came to an end Monday, when The Citadel's basketball coach announced he had kicked sophomore forward Warren McLendon off the team. Dennis cited "conduct detrimental to the team" in dismissing the 6-5, 255-pound McLendon, who made the All-Southern Conference freshman team last season and was averaging 10.9 points and 5.4 rebounds per game this season...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
First African-American Woman Named to Harvard Corporation
Harvard University for the first time named an African-American woman, legal scholar Patricia A. King, to serve on its governing corporation on Sunday. King, a specialist on biomedical law and ethics at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., will replace Conrad K. Harper, who resigned in July after pressing the corporation to deny a pay raise to Harvard’s president, Lawrence H. Summers ’75, after Summers publicly speculated that women may not have the same ‘’intrinsic aptitude” for science as men...
Published in: The Boston Globe - web site

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Katrina evacuees attending collegesin Lowcountry facing big decisions
College has a way of etching indelible memories on freshmen - the fun, freedoms and friendships. But Zack Gorstein of Mount Pleasant is likely to look back on his freshman year for far different reasons: He moved into his dormitory at Tulane University in New Orleans on Aug. 27, the same day the city ordered a massive evacuation in anticipation of Hurricane Katrina.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Tuesday
December 6, 2005
Rice gets $20 million anonymous donation
Rice University has received a $20 million anonymous gift, the largest individual donation in the university's history, officials announced today.
Published in: Houston Chronicle - web site

Monday
December 5, 2005
Benedict seeks more incubator space
Business center being redesigned in effort to meet needs
Published in: The State - Columbia Business Journal, Page 8

Monday
December 5, 2005
Citadel Track Breaks School Records in Clemson Open (not web accessible)
Clemson, SC - The Citadel track team began the 2005-06 indoor season at the Clemson Open hosted by the University of Clemson last Friday and Saturday. The women broke two school records as the men captured fifth place in their season opener.
Published in: College Sports TV - web site
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Monday
December 5, 2005
Distinctions (scroll down)
The Citadel School of Business Administration has been named one of the nation's top 237 business schools by the Princeton Review.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review, Page E4

Monday
December 5, 2005
Executive Items (Medical - scroll down)
Dr. John D. Steichen and Robert A. Faile III have joined Charleston Neurosurgical Associates LLC. Steichen is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and will practice in the Mount Pleasant, North Charleston and West Ashley offices. Faile is practice administrator. He is a graduate of The Citadel, holds a master's degree in health care administration from the University of South Carolina and is an Air Force veteran.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review, Page E4

Monday
December 5, 2005
The Citadel 126, Atlanta Christian 61
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Demetrius Nelson scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds as The Citadel beat Atlanta Christian 126-61 Monday.
Published in: The State - web site only

Monday
December 5, 2005
USC program ready for big move
New home will help technology incubator consolidate its development efforts...
Published in: The State - Columbia Business Journal, Page 7,9

Sunday
December 4, 2005
Campus Notes
1. CITADEL ACCREDITATION
2. WRITING PROJECT
Published in: The Post and Courier

Sunday
December 4, 2005
College Notes (news from others S.C. colleges and universities)
1. Clemson president gets alumni honor
2. Francis Marion to offer new degree
3. Charleston professor gets NASA award
4. Coastal gets OK for MBA program
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
December 4, 2005
High Court considers military recruiting on campus
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Tuesday will consider whether the U.S. government may withhold funds from colleges that limit military recruiters' access to campus to protest the Pentagon's policy of barring openly gay people from serving in the armed forces...
Published in: USATODAY.com - web site

Sunday
December 4, 2005
USC’s destination depends on Outback (this quote comes at the very end)
...Not so fast. The Citadel athletics director Les Robinson said Saturday that he has not talked to USC about playing the Gamecocks in 2006. An Internet news service reported Saturday that the Bulldogs would fill the void on USC’s schedule that was created when Central Florida pulled out of the Sept. 16 game in Columbia...
Published in: The State - Page C1,4

Friday
December 2, 2005
Bucs claim crown for first time in 20 years
Charleston Southern 74, the Citadel 57
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Friday
December 2, 2005
Clyburns set up fund at S.C. State
COLUMBIA - A Midlands Democrat will host a banquet today celebrating a new endowment for his alma mater. U.S. Rep. James Clyburn hopes the gala at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center will become an annual fundraiser for the gift to South Carolina State University...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B8

Friday
December 2, 2005
College head causes ire
RICHMOND, Va. - Insulting alumni and donors isn't the best way to show that you are trying to improve your university's national profile, as the president of the University of Richmond has found...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A11

Friday
December 2, 2005
Court questions whether TERI was contract
S.C. high court hears class-action suit challenging payments made by those in retirement incentive plan...
Published in: The State - B1,5

Friday
December 2, 2005
Online college applications soar
Online college applications are surging, stoked by an array of tactics schools have adopted to nudge applicants away from traditional paper filings. The development started as an effort by colleges to cut costs and make life simpler for admissions officers...
Published in: The State - Page D2

Thursday
December 1, 2005
Charleston Southern at The Citadel
When: Today, 7:15 p.m. Where: McAlister Field House. Radio: 1450-AM
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Thursday
December 1, 2005
CSU freshman deeply missed
Nearly a month after the beating death of Charleston Southern freshman Grant Ringenberg, emotional wounds suffered by his friends and family are still raw. A service with hundreds of students was held at the university Tuesday, the third service for the baseball player from Apex, N.C...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
December 1, 2005
NC State Wrestling In Las Vegas For Cliff Keen Invitational
...NC State defeated Newberry and The Citadel in dual matches to begin the season, then won eight of the 10 weight classes at the Wolfpack Open. The Citadel easily provided the Pack with its toughest competition to date, but this weekend will see the competition cranked up several notches...
Published in: GoPack.com, NC State University - web site
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Thursday
December 1, 2005
Racial discrimination at Greenville Tech, NAACP says
GREENVILLE, S.C. - The local NAACP chapter says it received a number of racial discrimination complaints at Greenville Technical College following the resignation of a former administrator who referred to children of hurricane evacuees as "yard apes."
Published in: The State - web site

Thursday
December 1, 2005
The Citadel's Annual Christman Candlelight Service (scroll down)
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1

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