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The Citadel in the News: Archive

May 2005

PUBLISH DATE STORIES
Tuesday
May 31, 2005
Somberly remembering war dead
Alicia Buehring found love in Charleston when she first set eyes on a rising Citadel cadet named Chad Buehring. They were soon married on The Citadel campus, their reception held at the Francis Marion Hotel. On Memorial Day, Alicia and her family again were assembled near the hotel in downtown Charleston where she and Chad had shared their first dance as husband and wife. This time, Chad was not present...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9

Monday
May 30, 2005
C of C’s $10 million Beatty Center nears completion
The College of Charleston’s Beatty Center awaits its finishing touches. The new 48,000-square-foot building at 5 Liberty Street will be dedicated June 30. After the celebrations are done, Robert Pitts, dean of the School of Business and Economics, says the building will go a long way in unifying the business program...
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - May 30 - June 12, 2005 issue

Sunday
May 29, 2005
College Notes (news from other S.C. colleges)
1. Morris College named School of the Month
2. Limestone promotes two admissions office
3. Benedict finished 9th in national academic meet
4. USC inducts 78 into Phi Beta Kappa
5. Coastal to offer physics, resort tourism degrees
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
May 29, 2005
Field of flags notes sacrifice
...At The Citadel, Memorial Day also carries special meaning. Eight alumni have been killed fighting the war on terrorism, said Charlene Gunnells, spokeswoman for the military college...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Sunday
May 29, 2005
Shoppers find bargains in cadets' trash
Profit from yard sale at The Citadel goes toward scholarships
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
May 27, 2005
Charles 'Scrib' Johnson (letter to the editor - scroll down)
Charles "Scrib" Johnson, co-owner of the Ark Lounge on Grove Street from 1958 to 1998, passed away last week. He was 75. Charlie pulled the tap for my first draft beer in the early '60s and my last in 1989. I figured I might as well stick with a pro until I was full. Scrib also poured thousands of Citadel cadets their first draft in the tiny building across the street from College Park...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12

Friday
May 27, 2005
Charleston, Citadel keep hopes alive
CITADEL 10, E. TENNESSEE ST. 6
Published in: The State - Page C5

Friday
May 27, 2005
Citadel Wins Over Elon in Round 3 of SOCON 2005 Tournament (not web accessible)
The #6 ranked, Citadel Bulldogs, beat the #4 ranked, Elon University Phoenix by a score of 8-7, in Round 3 of the Southern Conference Baseball Tournament at Joe Riley Park in Charleston, SC today.
The Citadel Bulldogs will now play the winner of the Collge of Charleston vs Western Carolina Univesity game which is scheduled to begin at approximately 1:30pm. That winner will play the Citadel at approximately 7:30 pm tonight.
Broadcast on: WCBD - Channel 2 News - web site only

Friday
May 27, 2005
Design details emerge for USC baseball stadium
Plans include plaza, playground, berms for seating
Published in: The State - Page A1,4

Friday
May 27, 2005
Prepared for ETSU's gamble, Bulldogs batter Bucs
East Tennessee State senior Caleb Moore is so good, he made the All-Southern Conference baseball team twice -- as a catcher and as a relief pitcher. That's why Buccaneers coach Tony Skole, facing elimination in ETSU's final SoCon Tournament, wanted to squeeze everything he could from Moore's career, sending him to the mound Thursday for his first start of the season. But The Citadel Bulldogs saw the bold move coming, and battered Moore for eight runs en route to a 10-6 victory in front of 2,214 fans at Riley Park...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Friday
May 27, 2005
The Graduating Class of 9/11
Students Leave Naval Academy for a Different and Dangerous World
Published in: Washington Post - via alumni BBS

Thursday
May 26, 2005
University announces appointment of deans (scroll down)
The University of South Carolina announced the appointment Wednesday of two deans. One already works on the Columbia campus, and a second will come from a university in Georgia.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Thursday
May 26, 2005
Catamounts' McCullen sends Bulldogs to losers' bracket
Brian McCullen picked the perfect game to have a career night. McCullen threw a complete game and Trey McDaniel had three hits and scored two runs to lead Western Carolina past The Citadel, 6-1, Wednesday night in front of a crowd of 3,428 at Riley Park in the opening round of the Southern Conference Tournament...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,6
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
May 26, 2005
Ninfa, The Most Romantic Garden in the World (not web accessible)
(By Angie LeClercq, special travel correspondent. Col. LeClercq is the director of Daniel Library.)
Published in: Charleston Mercury - Page 7

Thursday
May 26, 2005
Stadium Sale (not web accessible)
The Citadel Women's Club will hold its annual Stadium Sale 8 a.m.-noon Saturday at the Altman Center in the end zone at Johnson hagood Stadium on Hagood Avenue at Fishburne Street.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB2

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
Bulldogs get hot at right time
In 2004, the road to the Southern Conference championship ran through Charleston -- in more ways than one. College of Charleston dominated in running away with the regular-season title. And The Citadel grabbed its share of the spoils by taking the SoCon Tournament championship at Riley Park, sending both Charleston schools to the NCAA playoffs...
Published in: The Post and Courier - SoCon Tournament Supplement - Page 7

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
College Board plans changes to AP courses
EUGENE, Ore. - The College Board, which administers Advanced Placement courses and the SAT, is quietly mapping out changes to some of its flagship programs amid concerns that they cover too much content and don't allow for in-depth study. A team of researchers at the University of Oregon in Eugene is leading a re-examination of AP courses in U.S. history, biology, chemistry, physics, European history, world history and environmental science...
Published in: The State - eb site

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
Cougars are not the real SoCon champs
The banner hanging on the right-field fence at the College of Charleston's Patriot Point Field is misleading at best.
"2004 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS" it says.
It should say "2004 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS."
Or "2004 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (regular season)."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
Cougars still seek elusive title
They've won 91 games and two regular-season titles. They've been to one NCAA regional and are a lock for a second. They've rewritten the College of Charleston record book, and forced national pollsters and the members of the Division I baseball committee to take notice...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
DID YOU HEAR?
Orangeburg student finds $10,000 treasure How many people died in Hurricane Hugo? Who fired the first shot in the Civil War? Where were famous Charlestonians buried? For Orangeburg's Erin Strong, there was a lot riding on the answers to these and 21 other questions. In fact, there was about $10,000 on the line for Strong, a second-year MUSC dental student, and about 275 other participants in the first Charleston City Treasure Hunt May 6...
Published in: Times and Democrat - web site

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
Dogs are in, but can they win?
When The Citadel lost at South Carolina on April 6, Gamecocks coach Ray Tanner tried to buck up his counterpart...
Published in: The Post and Courier - SoCon Tournament Supplement - Page 2

Wednesday
May 25, 2005
Study shows modest decline in college students’ credit card debt
NEW YORK — College students remain big fans of credit cards, but they’re carrying fewer of them and using them less. A study released Tuesday by college lender Nellie Mae found that 76 percent of undergraduates carried credit cards in 2004, down from a peak of 83 percent in 2001, when the last survey was made...
Published in: The State - Page B9

Tuesday
May 24, 2005

...Korean War veteran George McDaniel('52) of Orangeburg thinks of flag-studded graves in Memorial Park Cemetery, including that of Bob Pierce Cannon, a former Citadel classmate killed in Korea in 1953, and of Donald Brickle, who married two weeks before he was killed by a sniper in Vietnam...
Published in: Times and Democrat - web site

Tuesday
May 24, 2005
A pain in the grass
They covered over the bare spots with green spray paint, but there's no glossing over the fact that the patchy field conditions at Riley Park could affect College of Charleston's bid to host an NCAA baseball regional. has been laid down to cover the dying rye grass.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
May 24, 2005
Inquiry Into Dismissal of an Air Force Chaplain
The Department of Defense inspector general's office is looking into accusations that a chaplain at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs was dismissed from her administrative job and given orders to transfer to a base in Japan because she had criticized the religious proselytizing of academy cadets...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Monday
May 23, 2005
COMING UP
Saturday - STADIUM SALE: The Citadel Women's Club holds its annual yard sale, including cadet uniform items, clothing, shoes, books, appliances, computer hardware, furniture, sports equipment, linens, video tapes, CDs, luggage, tools, toys, board games, bicycles and more. 8 a.m.-noon. Altman Center, Johnson Hagood Stadium. Call 953-5057 for more information.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Monday
May 23, 2005
Commission urges strict academic enforcement
WASHINGTON — Members of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics urged the NCAA on Monday to be vigilant in enforcing its new academic standards, which will gauge an athlete's academic standing and progress toward a degree...
Published in: USA Today - web site

Monday
May 23, 2005
Law school has smooth first year
Accreditation process to begin in October
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,7

Monday
May 23, 2005
Paladins pull off sweep, slip into tourney
...The Citadel (23-32, 14-16), which slipped into the tourney with a doubleheader sweep of Georgia Southern on Saturday, is the No. 6 seed and will take on No. 3 Western Carolina (32-21, 18-12) at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Pa ge C1,5

Monday
May 23, 2005
State Spending on Student Aid Up 6%
States awarded $7.3 billion in student financial assistance in 2003-4, up 6 percent from the previous year, according to a new survey from the National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs...
Published in: Inside Higher Education - web site

Sunday
May 22, 2005
At Harvard, the Trust Is Yours Till Death Do You Part
HARVARD UNIVERSITY has been generating more than its share of headlines lately. President Lawrence H. Summers's comments on gender differences - he said in January that "intrinsic aptitude" might explain the scarcity of women in science and engineering - set off an uproar that shows no signs of being quelled. And an announcement that Jack R. Meyer, who supervises the Harvard endowment's investments, will leave later this year along with two of his top traders started endless speculation about the identity of his eventual successor...
Published in: The New York Times - web site

Sunday
May 22, 2005
HOW SWEEP IT IS
Citadel wins its way into SoCon Tournament Bulldogs finish season by winning seven of last nine
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Saturday
May 21, 2005
For 3rd time, info accessed on computer at Purdue
Officials are telling 11,360 current and former employees to check their credit reports, financial statements.
Published in: Indystar.com - web site

Saturday
May 21, 2005
S.C. State seeks funds despite poor finances (scroll down)
South Carolina State University says it has worked hard to clean up years of shoddy bookkeeping practices and wants the state to give it permission to borrow $42 million from the federal government to build a new apartment-style dorm.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Saturday
May 21, 2005
USC seeks critical mass on research
News stories on business and technology often use the words “critical mass” to describe the conditions that breed success in the marketplace. Before businessmen put the phrase into a corporate context, researchers knew critical mass as the minimum amount of fissionable material necessary to support a sustaining chain reaction. Whether we’re talking about business or academic research, the goal is the same: achieve a desired result.
Published in: The State - Page A9

Friday
May 20, 2005
Boo V and General (letter to the editor - scroll down)
Recently an informative and amusing feature in the paper was published on doghouses. For many of us in The Citadel community it contained a noticeable error. It claimed that General and Boo V were the first live mascots at The Citadel since the '50s. Boo V was preceded by Boo 1 through 4 most of which resided on the campus...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Friday
May 20, 2005
C of C scholarship honors pioneering black judge
County Bar Association donates $20,000 to help establish fund for minority undergraduates...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B6

Friday
May 20, 2005
Dogs fall in series opener
GEORGIA SOUTHERN 8, THE CITADEL 5
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Friday
May 20, 2005
Frist addresses medical university graduates
CHARLESTON, S.C. - Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist warned graduates of the Medical University of South Carolina on Friday the most ominous threat to the world is disease...
Published in: The State - web site only - posted Friday afternoon

Friday
May 20, 2005
Hundreds attend trooper funeral
SUMTER, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina trooper killed when a robbery suspect's car slammed into his parked patrol car in Sumter County was remembered as an officer passionate about his responsibility to protect others. ..."Jon loved being a law enforcement officer," Dr. Dearld B.Sterling said. "When he came home from The Citadel he told me that the only thing he wanted to be was a police officer. ... He loved what he did. He was passionate about it."
Published in: The Herald - web site

Friday
May 20, 2005
MUSC dental college to take a bigger tuition bite
...The board voted to raise tuition at all six of MUSC's health-science colleges, with most increases ranging from 6 percent to 12 percent...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Friday
May 20, 2005
The Citadel's next great athlete/writer
Some pretty impressive statistics for Citadel junior outfielder Matt Covington: He has a .310 batting average, no errors and has written three books. This kid can do it all out there: Hit, field, throw, write, report and publish...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
May 19, 2005
Ard sizzling at right time for Dogs
Chris Ard has had hot streaks before. When The Citadel's third baseman was a sophomore, he once banged out 12 hits in 17 at-bats over a five-game stretch, a batting average of a cool .706.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Thursday
May 19, 2005
Area colleges lament plans lost to vetoes
...Other vetoes included C of C's Economic Partnership Initiative for expanded small business education ($591,550); maintenance costs at The Citadel ($500,000); MUSC's Rural Dentists program ($250,000); C of C's Office of Tourism at the business school ($129,000); and maintenance costs at Trident Tech ($100,000).
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A9

Thursday
May 19, 2005
Citadel cadet, professor get Fulbright grants (not currently web accessible)
Citadel Cadet Carter lee Palmer and modern languages professor have been awarded Fulbright grants.
Published in: The Post and Courier - ZB7

Thursday
May 19, 2005
Class Notes (scroll down)
The Citadel | Raymond Richard Foltz of Little River was named a first honor graduate of The Citadel where he was the recipient of the William Porcher Dubose Award. Foltz was also awarded a Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship.
Published in: The Sun - web site

Thursday
May 19, 2005
College football tickets hot in Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. - (KRT) - The promises of a new stadium, new coach and new conference homes have been boosting college football season-ticket sales in this state, showing a little newness can wipe out the memories of even an 0-11 season. ...Florida State is wrapping up its renewal phase, with the school contacting season-ticket holders it hasn't heard from to confirm their plans for the fall. Coming off a 9-3 season and with a home schedule that includes Miami on a Monday night but also The Citadel, the excitement that exists on other campuses is a bit more cautious in Tallahassee.
Published in: Charlotte Observer - web site

Thursday
May 19, 2005
FSU's Bowden says DeBerry fighting religious battle
...Last season, DeBerry was asked to remove a banner from the locker room which displayed the "Competitor's Creed," including the lines "I am a Christian first and last ... I am a member of Team Jesus Christ."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Thursday
May 19, 2005
LOCAL/STATE (two articles)
1. C of C to establish minority scholarship
2. House approves contribution increase (S.C. Retirement system
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
May 19, 2005
Pick The Citadel MBA at the Lowcountry Graduate Center (ad - not web accessible)
The LGC has the program you've been craving. Drop in to learn about the growing opportunities at the LGC like The Citadel's Master of Business Administration. Information Session: Tuesday, May 24 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A9

Thursday
May 19, 2005
World War II exhibit (letter to the editor by Citadel professor)
The new Charleston Museum exhibit, "Everybody Did Something, Charleston Remembers World War II," is a wonderful exhibit. My wife, Anne, and I recently attended the opening reception and were most impressed by the content and the excellent layout of the displays. The chief curator of the project, Carl Borick, and his talented associates did an amazing job of cataloging and arranging the exhibit.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A10

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
'He was proud of that gray uniform'
SUMTER — Stepping into his work clothes was an honor for S.C. Highway Patrol Senior Trooper Jonathan Parker. “He was proud of that gray uniform,” said Marcus Johnston, a close friend and former co-worker of Parker.
Published in: The State - Page A1,14

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
(Correction re: Jonathan W. Parker - not web accessible)
Jonathan W. Parker, a senior trooper in the S.C. Highway Patrol who died in a care crash Monday, attended The Citadel bit did not graduate. Incorrect information appeared in a story Tuesday on Page A1.
Published in: The State - Page A2

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Audit advises state to limit worker travel
COLUMBIA--A state agency chief and an adviser to the State Retirement System each spent more than $350 a night on hotel rooms while traveling on the state's tab, according to report released Tuesday.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Brown graduates from The Citadel
William Russell Brown recently graduated from The Citadel. As senior class president, he gave a speech...
Published in: Anderson Independent - web site

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Citadel scoreboard deal gets state approval
The state Budget and Control Board approved The Citadel's deal for a new scoreboard at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Tuesday, clearing the way for the school's marketing deal with Daktronics, Inc. Scoreboard maker Daktronics will install $1.4 million worth of scoreboard equipment and signage at Johnson Hagood and at McAlister Field House. The scoreboard at the football stadium also will include a $582,000 videoboard...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Conroy surprised by Georgia Writers induction ceremony
Pat Conroy says he was surprised to find himself at a ceremony inducting him into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame...
Published in: The State - Page A2

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Lance Cpl. Jonathan Parker
SUMTER — Lance Cpl. Jonathan Wade Parker, 29, husband of Susan Brewer Parker, died Monday, May 16, 2005. Born in Anchorage, AK, he was a son of Col. Gregg O. Parker (USAF, Ret.) and Carol R. Parker...
Published in: The State - Page B5

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
New effort offers hope plus assistance to go to college
WHAT CAN it mean to a family when the first of its members attends and completes college? The experience transforms that person, his or her children, grandchildren and beyond. The benefits — things such as higher lifelong earnings and the intangible assets of broader cultural experiences — compound as one generation encourages another to strive higher and achieve more. Getting the first generation through college is one of the surest ways to break the cycle of poverty in a family and, by extension, the entire community...
Published in: The State - Page A12

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Sanford’s budget ax hits higher ed hard
Gov. Mark Sanford’s mantra of government — smaller is better — was written all over the 163 vetoes he issued Tuesday in the General Assembly’s proposed $5.8 billion state budget.The vetoes total nearly $96 million, more than 1 percent of the total budget, and top last year’s veto count of 106...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Trident tuition increases
Trident Technical College commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a 9.7 percent tuition increase for the 2005-06 school year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
USC considers asking city for stadium money
USC might “explore the possibility” of asking for city money to help pay for part of the cost of a baseball stadium, university spokesman Russ McKinney said Tuesday. Previously USC had said the new baseball stadium would require no taxpayer money...
Published in: The State - Page B1,5

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
VETO STORM HITS LOWCOUNTRY
Budget battle shaping up as Gov. Sanford rejects about $20.1 million in area projects...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,3

Wednesday
May 18, 2005
Writing honor takes Conroy by surprise (not web accessible)
Athens, Ga. - Pat Conroy says he was surprised to find himself at a ceremony being inducted into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A2

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Andrew Goodpaster, 90; Army General Served as NATO Commander and Aide to Four Presidents
...He also taught at the Citadel, South Carolina's military college in Charleston, and wrote the book "For the Common Defense."
Published in: Los Angeles Times - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Ard takes SoCon honor
The Citadel's Chris Ard earned Southern Conference player of the week honors for helping the Bulldogs to a three-game SoCon sweep of Furman...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Citadel, Daktronics reach marketing deal
Associated Press
CHARLESTON, S.C. - The Citadel agreed to a sports marketing partnership with Daktronics, Inc., that will net the Bulldogs new scoreboards at Johnson Hagood Stadium and McAlister Field House...
Published in: Ft. Wayne - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Citadel, Daktronics reach marketing deal
The Citadel agreed to a sports marketing partnership with Daktronics, Inc., that will net the Bulldogs new scoreboards at Johnson Hagood Stadium and McAlister Field House...
Published in: Tuscaloosa News - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Expelled Citadel cadet sues college (scroll down)
CHARLESTON -- A former Citadel cadet has sued the state military college, saying he didn't get a fair hearing from a school review board.
Published in: Charlotte Observer) - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Harvard aims to improve climate for women scientists
BOSTON--Harvard President Lawrence Summers committed his university Monday to spending $50 million over the next decade on a range of programs -- from mentoring to child care to late-night transport -- aimed at improving the climate for women scientists, many of whom were angered by his remarks that questioned female aptitude for top-level math and science...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Local company gets military contract
71 Force Protection vehicles ordered in $45.7 million deal
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E1
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Report urges centralized state-owned cars
State could save $52 million in 5 years by better management, reimbursement cuts
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Sumter trooper dies in crash with fleeing suspect
A 29-year-old S.C. Highway Patrol trooper was killed Monday when a suspect in a truck-stop robbery slammed into the back of his car along S.C. 527, near the intersection of U.S. 378 in Sumter County...
Published in: Florence Morning News Online - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Trooper dies in crash with robbery suspect
A state trooper died in a fiery wreck Monday when a Colleton County robbery suspect fleeing police in a red Thunderbird slammed into the rear of the patrol car, authorities said. Trooper Jonathan W. Parker, 29, was killed about noon on S.C. Highway 527 off Interstate 95 in Sumter County. A South Carolina state trooper's destroyed car sits in the trees Monday off S.C. Highway 527 in Sumter County. Authorities said a state trooper was killed when his cruiser was rear-ended by a car driven by an armed robbery suspect... Eric Shawn Ridel, 34, of Connecticut was in critical condition in a Columbia hospital Monday night, Sumter County Sheriff Anthony Dennis said. Parker attended The Citadel in the mid-1990s and majored in history. He graduated from Sumter High School and worked for the Sumter County Sheriff's Office before joining the Highway Patrol in 2000. Parker was married and still lived in Sumter County.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,7 also located in The State and Charlotte Observer

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
Trooper dies in crash with robbery suspect
SUMTER - A state trooper was killed in a crash Monday when his cruiser was rear-ended by an armed robbery suspect, authorities said. Senior Trooper Jonathan Parker, 29, (attended The Citadel) died in the crash about noon on S.C. 527 in Sumter County, according to a news release from the S.C. Department of Public Safety...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Tuesday
May 17, 2005
USC law school seeks to raise more money
COLUMBIA--After five years of fund-raising, the University of South Carolina still falls short of money needed for a new law school building and a chance to boost program's reputation, school leaders say...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Monday
May 16, 2005
A scientist looks in the sky for extraterrestrial life
(Saul Adelman, professor of physics, was featured in a newspaper article. The article is in Spanish.)
Published in: La Gaceta (Tucuman, Argentina) - Page 12

Monday
May 16, 2005
Cadet sues, saying expulsion unfair (scroll down)
A former Citadel cadet has sued the state military college, saying he didn't get a fair hearing from a school review board. Junior cadet Paul G. Burnett of Greenville was expelled in January after allegations he hazed other cadets and brought alcohol on campus...
Published in: The Sun News - web site also located in the Herald

Monday
May 16, 2005
College of Charleston honors graduates
Commencement prompts students to reminisce...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,5
(photo included) (view article) (cached)

Monday
May 16, 2005
Distinctions (scroll down)
The Salvation Army's has named new members to its Advisory Board: Brig. Gen. (ret.) Hugh Tant III ('71), senior vice president, Southcoast Community Bank; Henry Siegling, Southcoast Community Bank; Lynda Sullivan, attorney; and Joe Buckheister, vice president and general manager, McAllister Towing of Charleston.
Published in: The Post and Courier - ?

Monday
May 16, 2005
Ex-West Point superintendent Goodpaster dies
WASHINGTON--Gen. Andrew J. Goodpaster, who led Army troops in World War II and Vietnam, oversaw U.S. military operations in Europe in the early 1970s and was called out of retirement to run the military mcademy at West Point, died Monday. He was 90.
Published in: The New York Times - also located in The Post & Courier and The State

Monday
May 16, 2005
Sweep boosts Bulldogs' drive for tourney
THE CITADEL 5, FURMAN 2
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Monday
May 16, 2005
USC LAW SCHOOL STRUGGLES IN SURVEY
School falls to 90th out of 179 reviewed
Published in: The State - Page A1,5

Sunday
May 15, 2005
Back-to-back homers lift Bullgods into 8th (not web accessible)
The Citadel 7, Furman 4
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C6

Sunday
May 15, 2005
Citadel ROTC is tops in the South
The Citadel’s Army ROTC program has been named No. 1 in the region, edging out 124 other programs.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Saturday
May 14, 2005
Citadel closes gap (not web accessible)
Ard leads Bulldogs with five hit to within 1/2 game of 8th position...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
May 12, 2005
Governor bestows state's highest honor on Hollings
COLUMBIA—Former U.S. Sen. Ernest "Fritz" Hollings received the state's highest honor on Wednesday. Gov. Mark Sanford awarded the Order of the Palmetto to the longtime Democrat who retired in January after 38 years as a U.S. senator...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Thursday
May 12, 2005
Tuition for VMI increasing $804
Cadets from Virginia will have to pay $804 more to attend Virginia Military Institute next school year.
Published in: Richmond Times Dispatch - web site

Tuesday
May 10, 2005
Fans tout Mike Corrado tune to Oprah
They tried to tell Ryan Seacrest about their idol, but apparently he wouldn't listen. Now they're hoping Oprah Winfrey will. Greg Brady , Crystal Legends and Gonzo, members of 96.3/103.7 The Hot FM's morning show, based in New Bern, started the "Play It Forward" campaign last week. Through a combined effort with listeners, the DJs are hoping to get Mike Corrado's ('92) song "On My Watch Tonight" into the hands of someone with enough clout to give the song the national attention they feel it deserves.
Published in: The Daily News - web site

Tuesday
May 10, 2005
Critical Mass
The University of Maryland-Baltimore County has had a growing reputation over the last decade as one of the most successful institutions in the country at recruiting and graduating black students in the sciences. Through a combination of scholarship programs and mentoring, the university year after year places students in top Ph.D. programs at a time that many institutions struggle to identify and educate black science talent...
Published in: Insider Higher Education - web site

Tuesday
May 10, 2005
Distinctions (Business Review - not web accessible)
Anne Jamison Mace has been named 2005 Teacher of the Year by the S.C. Business Education Association. Mace is the head of career and technical education at Wando High School and is the instructional technology facilitator.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Business Review, Page E4

Tuesday
May 10, 2005
Frederick Thomas Fuller
...He graduated from North Charleston High School and attended the Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4

Tuesday
May 10, 2005
Graduates planning for future
Mary Ellen Lawrence Robinson and her brother Jimmie Lawrence Jr. walked across the stage in their caps and gowns Monday to a deafening sound of claps and cheers. The Technical College of the Lowcountry students, two of 240 to graduate this semester, supported and helped each other through their college years, they said.
Published in: The Beaufort Gazette - web site

Monday
May 9, 2005
'We still have a heartbeat'; Dogs rally from 10 runs down
THE CITADEL 19, EAST TENN. STATE 10
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Monday
May 9, 2005
Confederate Day
On May 10, we will observe an official South Carolina holiday -- Confederate Memorial Day, which is the anniversary of Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's death. ...James G. Holmes of the Citadel Cadet Rangers, Co. F, 6th S.C. Calvary Regiment, designed the bronze figure...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A8

Monday
May 9, 2005
Shannon Faulkner: No regrets about Citadel
Shannon Faulkner made history 12 years ago when Charleston's all-male military college, The Citadel, refused to admit her. After a lawsuit, Faulkner entered as a cadet in August 1995. After five days, Faulkner dropped out of the cadet corps. But her battle forced the Citadel to admit women; there are now 96 female alumnae. Staff writer Jennifer Rothacker spoke with Faulkner, now 30...
Published in: Charlotte Observer - web site

Monday
May 9, 2005
Still recovering from scandal, FAU hopes fund raising cruises into fast lane
Sent into a skid by a red Corvette, Florida Atlantic University's fund-raising operation is laboring to get back on track. Private donations have dropped for the past two years and are down significantly with less than two months left in this budget year. And next year is seen as critical to proving that FAU's fund raising can regain momentum, especially since the university is contemplating a $500 million campaign...
Published in: Sun Sentinel - web site

Sunday
May 8, 2005
Bulldogs Come From Behind, Post 19-11 Win Over Bucs
Charleston, SC - The Citadel came back from a 10 run deficit to down East Tennessee State 19-11 as the Bulldogs also picked up the series win in SoCon action Sunday afternoon at Riley Park. Freshman Chance Smith belted his first collegiate homer as senior second baseman Jon Aughey drove in five runs to help lift the Bulldogs over the Bucs...
Published in: CollegeSports.com - web site

Sunday
May 8, 2005
Citadel leader looks back on tumultuous era
CHARLESTON - When retired Marine Maj. Gen. John Grinalds arrived on The Citadel campus to assume his duties as president in 1997, the military college was routinely in the media spotlight struggling to make women part of its cadet corps...
Published in: The Sun News - web site

Sunday
May 8, 2005
College Notes
News from other S. C. colleges and universities.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Sunday
May 8, 2005
Colleges reward years of hard work (not yet web accessible)
Loved ones from near and far basked in pride Saturday as hundreds of graduates received their degrees from area colleges...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,7

Sunday
May 8, 2005
The anti-Bostonian
WHEN HE DIED in 1849 at age 40, Edgar Allan Poe’s literary reputation was at its nadir. Why? According to ‘‘Poe’’ (Mississippi), a new biography by James M. Hutchisson (English Professor), the writer’s ostracism from American literary culture can be chalked up to his unwise battles with influential Bostonian wordsmiths.
Published in: The Boston Globe - web site

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Bob Jones University looks to the future with a new leader
Twenty years ago, there was a high green hedge along Wade Hampton Boulevard in front of Bob Jones University. Dr. Bob Jones III says its purpose was to buffer traffic noise and to conceal a chain link fence around the school. People around Greenville thought otherwise...
Published in: Greenville News - web site

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Bulldogs go long in opener (not yet web accessible)
The Citadel 8, East Tennessee State 5
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Citadel's Football Stadium Will Get New Scoreboard
Charleston, SC - The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium will receive a new scoreboard, complete with big-screen video, and perhaps a new name for the playing field as part of the effort to revitalize the aging football stadium. The Board of Visitors on Friday approved a 10-year deal with scoreboard maker Daktronics, which will provide $1.4 million in scoreboard and video equipment at Johnson Hagood. In exchange, Daktronics will get a 10-year deal to handle marketing for the athletic department, including advertising signage on the scoreboard, which is expected to be installed for the 2006 season...
Published in: CollegeSports.com - web site only

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Colleges reward years of hard work (currently accessible)
The Citadel, Charleston Southern award degrees to more than 650 graduates. Loved ones from near and far basked in pride Saturday as hundreds of graduates received their degrees from area colleges. More than 400 crossed the stage during The Citadel's 9:30 a.m. ceremony at the downtown Charles-ton campus. More than 250 Charleston Southern University students were awarded their degrees during a 10 a.m. ceremony at the North Charleston Coliseum...
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Female cadet in rock video
In a sign of how times have changed at The Citadel, a senior female cadet is featured in a new rock music video to promote an upcoming album by the Dave Matthews Band. Although the cadet appears only momentarily in a close-up, just being in the video is a big deal because of the stature of the band...
Published in: The Post and Courier - via LexisNexis

Saturday
May 7, 2005
Matulia is standing tall at The Citadel
The former Eustis star leads the Bulldogs in triples and is one of the team's top hitters...
Published in: Orlando Sentinel and Sun Sentinel - web site

Friday
May 6, 2005
'Tis the season of Charleston-area commencements
THE CITADEL - At The Citadel, the last cadet to cross the stage gives a speech. Robert Zobel III, like his father, grandfather and nine other family members before him, will be last this year...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
May 6, 2005
Bob Jones University: Kinder, gentler philosophy emerges
GREENVILLE — Is Bob Jones University losing its edge? Could America’s most famous bastion of hard-core Christian fundamentalism and pugnacious political conservatism be getting a little ... soft?
Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Friday
May 6, 2005
Citadel president bids farewell to cadets
(Charleston-AP) May 3, 2005 - Citadel president John Grinalds formally said goodbye to the almost 2,000 cadets at The Citadel Wednesday, urging them to obey the disciplines of the Lord...
Broadcast on: WIS Columbia - web site

Friday
May 6, 2005
Greenville Tech Charter High cited among nation's best
...Jordan Dosher, 18, the student body president who's headed for The Citadel after graduation, said his school "has proven itself over the last five years and finally we're getting some recognition."
Published in: Greenville News - web site

Friday
May 6, 2005
Grinalds marks last commencement at Citadel
When retired Marine Maj. Gen. John Grinalds arrived on The Citadel campus to assume his duties as president in 1997, the military college was routinely in the media spotlight struggling to make women part of its cadet corps...
Published in: Dateline Alabama News - web site only

Friday
May 6, 2005
Grinalds marks last commencement at Citadel
CHARLESTON, S.C. - When retired Marine Maj. Gen. John Grinalds arrived on The Citadel campus to assume his duties as president in 1997, the military college was routinely in the media spotlight struggling to make women part of its cadet corps...
Published in: The State - also post of The Herald's web site

Friday
May 6, 2005
Now or Never
Struggling Citadel needs extended winning streak to have any hope of reaching SoCon Tournament...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,5

Friday
May 6, 2005
State unveils PerksCard program
S.C. workers offered way to save money through new discount buying plan arranged by agency...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B9

Friday
May 6, 2005
The Early Show, 8:30 AM (just the first couple of lines)
(This is the text from the bumper.)
Published in: CBS - The Early Show - via LexisNexis

Friday
May 6, 2005
USC plan calls for razing Carolina Plaza (scroll down)
USC wants to demolish Carolina Plaza as part of the overall plan for its research campus, Harris Pastides, the university’s vice president for research, said Thursday...
Published in: The State - Page B3

Friday
May 6, 2005
Women Gain Ground at Citadel (includes link to the video that aired)
CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Citadel (search) has been adding women to its corps of cadets in a slow transition that began 10 years ago...
Broadcast on: FOXNews.com - web site
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Thursday
May 5, 2005
(Post & Courier public editor address confusion on Citatdel mascots)
Q: Tuesday's article about doghouses confused Citadel fans. It said bulldogs General and Boo V are The Citadel's "first live mascots since the '50s" and said General is the first live mascot to live on campus since the 1950s. There were Citadel bulldogs in the '60s and '70s. Pat, peninsula.
Published in: The Post and Courier - A2

Thursday
May 5, 2005
Bulldogs lose a la Carte
WINTHROP 13, THE CITADEL 6
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
May 5, 2005
Citadel cadet Foltz receives fellowship
Raymond R. Foltz is one of five civil engineering students from across the country to be awarded a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship. The fellowship, worth approximately $150,000, will allow Foltz to pursue his doctorate degree at any civil engineering program in the country and will pay his living expenses, as well as his tuition and fees for the three-year period.
Published in: The Post and Courier - via LexisNexis

Thursday
May 5, 2005
Citadel president bids farewell to Corps of Cadets
When Maj. Gen. John Grinalds first addressed The Citadel's Corps of Cadets in 1997, he wore dress blues, his military best, out of respect for the undergraduate student body. For his farewell speech to cadets Wednesday, the president donned the same uniform, for the same reason...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1
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Thursday
May 5, 2005
Lenzo hired to coach Citadel soccer
Western Carolina women's assistant coach Chris Lenzo has been named as the new women's soccer coach at The Citadel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C7

Thursday
May 5, 2005
WHITE HOUSE MAKES STATEMENT ON NSC APPOINTMENT
The following information was released by the White House: Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Stephen J. Hadley announced today, the appointment of William J. Luti ('75) as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Defense Policy and Strategy...
Published in: States News Service - via LexisNexis

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
Academy's religious climate to be investigated
DENVER--A task force will investigate the religious climate at the Air Force Academy after reports of intolerance, including incidents of anti-Semitism, officials said Tuesday. It will assess Air Force policy and guidance when it comes to religious respect and tolerance, acting Secretary of the Air Force Michael Dominguez said in a statement...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A6

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
Air Force's Schwartz visits
Director of Joint Staff praises area's men, women in uniform at dinner in N. Charleston...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B6

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
Benedict president released from hospital (scroll down)
Benedict College president David Swinton was released from Palmetto Health Richland on Monday. College officials said Swinton, who was hospitalized on April 17, continues to improve. His diagnosis has not been released by the college to respect the wishes of family members.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
CSU batters Citadel, again wins season series
CHAS. SOUTHERN 11, THE CITADEL 0
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
Dogs' Dennis likes new Lithuanian point guard
They call him "V", for obvious reasons. But if Citadel coach Pat Dennis is right, Bulldogs basketball fans will soon learn to pronounce, and maybe even spell, the name of new point guard Vytautas Valiulis. Dennis announced the signing of Valiulis, a 6-1, 180-pounder from Lithuania, to a national of letter intent Tuesday.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
Grinalds calls on cadets to submit to highest discipline
Citadel President John Grinalds, wearing Marine dress blues with gold decorations gleaming, bid goodbye to the almost 2,000 cadets at The Citadel on Wednesday, urging them to follow the highest discipline. "My suggestion to you is not to submit to the lords of discipline, but to submit to the disciplines of the Lord," said Grinalds, who is retiring after eight years leading the state military college.
Published in: Associated Press - via LexisNexis

Wednesday
May 4, 2005
S.C. State to begin MBA program in fall
University to offer degrees in agribusiness, entrepreneurship...
Published in: The State - Page B6,9

Tuesday
May 3, 2005
Canine cribs
If you think Snoopy has an upscale address, it's nothing compared to the accommodations of Ballou, Boo V and General...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page D1,2

Tuesday
May 3, 2005
Nemo off to rough start at minicamp
Citadel running back Nehemiah Broughton had a rough start as a professional football player over the weekend. A seventh-round pick of the Washington Redskins, the "Nemo-sapien" suffered a strained hamstring during the team's rookie camp on Saturday and missed much of the three-day camp.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Tuesday
May 3, 2005
New dean named for social work college (scroll down)
Dr. Dennis Poole has been named dean of the University of South Carolina’s College of Social Work.
Published in: The State - Page B3

Tuesday
May 3, 2005
Shopaholics under microscope
The Citadel study's ultimate goal to help people kick harmful habit...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B7
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Tuesday
May 3, 2005
Supreme Court to hear military recruiting case
WASHINGTON--The Supreme Court said Monday it would settle a pivotal battle over whether colleges can ban Pentagon recruiters from campuses without losing federal funds. The case pits free speech and academic freedom against the power of the purse and the need for a strong national defense...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Monday
May 2, 2005
City to honor military at rally
America Supports You’ event to be held Tuesday at Finlay Park
Published in: The State - Page B3

Monday
May 2, 2005
Coming Up (not web accessible)
Citadel Commencement: U.S. Rep. J. Gresham Barrett, R-S.C., speaks at the South Carolina Corps of Cadets' commencement at 9:30 a.m. at McAlister Field House, The Citadel. Call (843) 953-6779 for details.
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1

Sunday
May 1, 2005
John Joseph J.J. Mahoney III (obit - '44)
...Born November 9, 1921 in Chattanooga, TN, he served in the US Army, was a graduate of the Citadel and earned his MBA from Georgia Tech...
Published in: The Post and Courier - web site

Sunday
May 1, 2005
William Ferguson Sachs (obit - '51)
COLUMBIA — William Ferguson Sachs, 76, husband of Lillian Lindsay Sachs died Saturday April 30, 2005 at Palmetto Baptist Medical Center in Columbia after a long illness...
Published in: The State - Page B5

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