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The Citadel in the News: Archive

December 2006

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Sunday
December 31, 2006
Dogs set 3-point mark in victory

n recent years, Atlanta Christian College's annual visit to McAlister Field House has been occasion to break out The Citadel's basketball record book. The Bulldogs' 113-59 blowout of the Division II Chargers on Saturday was no different, as The Citadel set a school record by sinking 18 shots from 3-point range to the delight of 857 fans...

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Friday
December 29, 2006
Citadel's Everhart eager to return

J'Mel Everhart sat in his apartment last week, listening on the radio as his Citadel basketball team lost road games at Western Carolina and West Virginia. No offense to play-by-play man Robby Robinson, but the Bulldogs' senior forward did not enjoy the experience. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Friday
December 29, 2006
Houston AD is coach of the year

Houston County High School Athletic Director and head football coach Doug Johnson ('77) was honored as High School Coach of the Year by the Atlanta Area Officials Association earlier this month in Atlanta. ...

Published in: Macon Telegraph - website

Thursday
December 28, 2006
James E. “Ned” McDonald Jr. ('35 - obit)
COLUMBIA — James E. “Ned” McDonald Jr., 92, grew up in Chester and was the son of the late James E. and Lucy Heyward McDonald. He graduated from The Citadel in 1935 and the University of South Carolina, School of Law in 1938. ...
Published in: The State - website

Thursday
December 28, 2006
Remembering President Ford
... Ford arrived in Charleston on March 15, 1974, under sunny skies and heavy security. The motorcade of limousines and police cars caused a spectacle as it sped down Interstate 26 toward The Citadel, where Ford was scheduled to hold a news conference and receive an honorary degree...
Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 28, 2006
Top 10 Palmetto 2006 sports stories
7. A special reunion - The Citadel and its former linebacker, Marc Buoniconti, reconcile more than 20 years after he was paralyzed while making a tackle. ...
Published in: Spartanburg Herald - website

Tuesday
December 26, 2006
Grambling search attracting fair share of youthful prospects

While it's perhaps too early to call this a trend, many of the first confirmed applicants in Grambling State's coaching search have been notable for their relative youth.  At least four names already associated with the process — including Kenny Carter ('90), Ron Dickerson Jr., Broderick Fobbs and James Reese III — were still in college in the 1990s.

Published in: The News Star, Monroe, La. - website

Sunday
December 24, 2006
West Point Gently Weeps
The words echoed through the mess hall: ''Please give your attention to the first captain!'' Standing at attention at their dining tables, the 4,300 cadets at the United States Military Academy braced for bad news. From a balcony above the cavernous room, the top-ranked cadet addressed the corps. ''I regret to inform you of the death of First Lt. David Fraser, class of 2004. First Lieutenant Fraser was killed 26 November in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle...
Published in: The New York Times - website
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Tuesday
December 19, 2006
Catamounts down depleted Bulldogs

CULLOWHEE, N.C. - With senior forward and leading rebounder J'Mel Everhart back home with a knee injury, The Citadel started four guards at Western Carolina on Monday night. The Catamounts scored big as the Bulldogs went small, cruising to an 82-63 victory at the Ramsey Center and handing The Citadel basketball team its fifth straight defeat. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Tuesday
December 19, 2006
Donor's gift a boost for USC

A new academic center for University of South Carolina athletes will be named after Dolores F. Anderson of Greer in light of a record-breaking gift to the school's athletic program. Anderson, 78, is the widow of Robert Anderson, the former president and chairman of Anderson Hardwood Floors. The amount of the contribution has not been announced, but USC Athletics Director Eric Hyman on Monday called her contribution the largest philanthropic gift in the history of South Carolina athletics. ...

Published in: The Spartanburg Herald - website

Tuesday
December 19, 2006
Gamecocks center to bear donor’s name

Greer woman’s gift is largest ever to USC athletics, Hyman says ...

Published in: The State - Page A1,6
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Tuesday
December 19, 2006
New doctoral degreeoffered at USC center - scroll down
The University of South Carolina, beginning this summer, will offer a doctoral degree program in educational administration at the Lowcountry Graduate Center. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Tuesday
December 19, 2006
USC planning to buy Dunbar funeral home
The University of South Carolina plans to buy the historic Dunbar funeral home building at Gervais and Pickens streets to become the new home for its Children’s Law Center. ...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6
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Tuesday
December 19, 2006
W. Carolina 82, The Citadel 63
CULLOWHEE, N.C. (AP) - Antonio Russell scored a game-high 21 points and finished with a career-high seven assists to lead Western Carolina over The Citadel 82-63 on Monday night. ...
Published in: The Herald, Rock Hill - website

Monday
December 18, 2006
'Foul' shooting plagues Bulldogs

The telephone rang in Ed Conroy's office at about 10 a.m. on a Thursday morning. "Yeah, we're practicing right now," The Citadel's basketball coach said. "We're shooting free throws."  Indeed, the Bulldogs' two-week layoff - they haven't played since a 56-52 loss to Appalachian State on Dec. 4 - has been largely occupied with two activities: Taking exams and shooting free throws. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Monday
December 18, 2006
Grads take divergent paths

When Woo-Kum Lee arrived at the University of South Carolina 15 years ago to study for an advanced chemistry degree, he could not have known that his parents would one day follow in his footsteps. But today his mother, Sung-Ok Kim, and his father, Young-Whan Lee, both 74, will receive master’s degrees earned through a program offered by USC in Seoul. ...

Published in: The State - Page B1,5
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Monday
December 18, 2006
Insure your Christmas (BoV member, Col. Love, quoted)

'Tis the season ... for break-ins.  As the Christmas tree becomes surrounded by expensive gifts, it's a good idea to check your homeowners insurance policy to ensure you're covered. It may feel more like Scrooge than Santa, but for many households, the value of gifts waiting to go on Santa's sleigh can push many policies over their limit. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E7, Business Review

Monday
December 18, 2006
Kwanzaa slow to catch on in South Carolina (Prof. Marcus cox quoted)

Television commercials or a trip to the mall reveal an obvious truth: The countdown to Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa has begun.  But while blacks make up almost a third of South Carolina’s population, Kwanzaa is largely a confusing, relatively obscure holiday in the Palmetto State. ... “I personally don’t know a single person who celebrates the holiday,” said Marcus Cox, founding director of the African-American Studies Program at The Citadel. ...

Published in: The State - Page A1,6

Sunday
December 17, 2006
Colleges strive to help undecideds
... Colleges around the country are devoting more time, money and staff power to students who can't decide on a major, concerned that many of them will leave school without graduating or will prolong their college careers and take up precious spots for prospective students. Indecision can be costly for students, as well, in times of rising tuition. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
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Friday
December 15, 2006
$16 million formula may lure top students
South Carolina college students receiving LIFE and Palmetto Fellows scholarships could see their annual awards rise by thousands of dollars if they study math, science, or engineering, House Speaker Bobby Harrell said Thursday. ...
Published in: The State - Page A1,12
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Friday
December 15, 2006
'It's a milestone in our history'

Seven years passed between the time College of Charleston officials announced that they needed a new basketball arena and Thursday's groundbreaking on the sports complex, the Carolina First Center. John Kresse, the college's special assistant to the athletic director and former men's basketball coach, said the movement for a new facility began in 1999. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,13
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Friday
December 15, 2006
Hotelier named new chamber chairman
Hotelier Steve Chapman ('90) was elected chairman of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors on Tuesday during the board's monthly meeting. ...
Published in: The Sun News - website

Friday
December 15, 2006
Kauffman Foundation Awards $25.5 Million for Entrepreneurship Education

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has announced a total of $25.5 million in grants to nine U.S. universities that have pledged to work to make entrepreneurship education a campus-wide opportunity. ...

Published in: PND Digest (Philantrophy News Digest - website
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Friday
December 15, 2006
Star Track: Trevar Broughton
Trevar Broughton of Hampton, who plays for The Citadel's football defense, was named a second-team all-Southern Conference linebacker this season by the league's coaches.  ...
Published in: Daily Press, Hampton Roads, VA - website

Friday
December 15, 2006
Using college cash as hook (Col. Ben Legare quoted)
...House Speaker Bobby Harrell detailed legislation that, for students in those majors, would add money to the merit-based scholarships that are available to South Carolina students who attend either private or public universities in the state. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6

Thursday
December 14, 2006
Moderation, profanity and sailing
Sporting notes compiled while wondering if the Electoral College is the only college not playing in a bowl game this year: ...--The recent coaching change at The Citadel means Robby Robinson, Voice of the Bulldogs, can finally move back down to press row near the team bench. Previously, his broadcasts had been banished to the rafters of McAlister Field House because microphones picked up too much profanity. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
December 14, 2006
Three recruits sign with Citadel wrestling
Citadel wrestling coach Rob Hjerling has signed three recruits during the early signing period - J.C. Oddo of Eastside, Justin Sparrow of East Gaston, N.C., and Keith Koziel of Brandon, Fla. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Wednesday
December 13, 2006
Clemson, Hunley winmajor battle
COLUMBIA - Clemson University got the state's OK to take over the restoration of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley as part of a new North Charleston campus focusing on materials science, historic preservation and urban ecology. The approval came despite Gov. Mark Sanford's questioning its public benefits and cost. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,6
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Wednesday
December 13, 2006
Clemson’s Hunley site gets first approval
Over Gov. Mark Sanford’s objections, the S.C. Budget and Control Board on Tuesday tentatively approved $10.3 million for Clemson University to start a satellite campus in North Charleston anchored by the Hunley submarine preservation project. ...
Published in: The State - Page A1,8
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Wednesday
December 13, 2006
Incubator nurtures fledgling businesses

Benedict College gives entrepreneurs opportunity to get established...

Published in: The State - Page B10
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Wednesday
December 13, 2006
Samuel Newton Pratt ('55 - obit)
Mr. Samuel Newton Pratt of Hazelwood Farm, 4954 Billy Wilson Road, York, died Monday, December 11, 2006, at Piedmont Medical Center. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5

Tuesday
December 12, 2006
Bulldogs 12th in I-AA in attendance
The Citadel ranked 12th in the nation and first among the state's Division I-AA football teams in average attendance for 2006, according to NCAA figures. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Tuesday
December 12, 2006
Data of UT Dallas students, staff potentially stolen

The University of Texas at Dallas discovered over the weekend that social security numbers and other sensitive information relating to 5,000 students, faculty members and staff may have been exposed by a computer network intrusion.  Phone numbers, e-mail addresses and home addresses also may have been exposed. ...

Published in: Dallas Business Journal - website
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Tuesday
December 12, 2006
Executive Items

Engineering - Jeff Mosher and Heith Robinson have joined the structures department of ADC Engineering. Mosher holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from The Citadel. Previously, he worked on the Ravenel Bridge for HDR Inc.  Robinson holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from The Citadel.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E4

Tuesday
December 12, 2006
Larger Army needed, retired general says

Saying the Army is “maxed out” fighting simultaneous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, former Army chief of staff Gordon Sullivan said Monday the service needs to boost its active-duty ranks by 100,000 soldiers. The increase in active-duty troops would lessen the Defense Department’s need to call up reservists and National Guard members, said Sullivan, president of the Association of the United States Army. ...

Published in: The State - Page B3
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Tuesday
December 12, 2006
LIFE AND PALMETTO FELLOWS SCHOLARSHIPS; Some may get more money
House Speaker Bobby Harrell plans to announce on Thursday “enhancements” to the state’s LIFE and Palmetto Fellows scholarships that would increase the amount given to students who study math or science, said state lawmakers familiar with the plan. ...
Published in: The State - Page A1,10
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Tuesday
December 12, 2006
Limestone freshman dies after party
GAFFNEY - A Limestone College freshmen died in his sleep after a night of partying last weekend, authorities said. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
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Tuesday
December 12, 2006
S.C. colleges aim to build engineers

The University of South Carolina in Columbia plans to reach into middle and high schools to grow engineering majors to meet an increasing statewide demand. ... Dennis Fallon, dean of engineering at The Citadel, said he's constantly trying to increase the number of engineering students at the school. Now, about 300 are enrolled. He offers high school students the opportunity to spend a day and a night at the school to better understand what's it's like to be an engineering student and a Citadel cadet. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B6

Tuesday
December 12, 2006
The eyes have it; Researcher enlists students in project studying 'on-off switches' in frogs' eye cells

Citadel biology professor Alix Darden found a way to indulge two of her passions - teaching students about science and conducting genetics research.  Since 2004, she's been studying vision in frogs, and has included high school, undergraduate and graduate students in every phase of her work. The project, which is funded by a $167,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, could ultimately help scientist better understand human vision and retinal degeneration diseases, Darden said.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,6
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Monday
December 11, 2006
Air support
Air Force supplements training so members can fight shoulder-to-shoulder with soldiers and Marines...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9
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Saturday
December 9, 2006
Author is fighting real-life demons

Like an indomitable character in one of his novels, Jim Rigney ('74) continues to fight the good fight. Known to millions of readers by the pen name Robert Jordan, the best-selling author of "The Wheel of Time" fantasy series has crossed swords with the rare blood disease amyloidosis and said he is holding his own. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3

Friday
December 8, 2006
CSU wish list: New Buc Dome
It's usually not a good idea for a journalist to tell a university how to spend its hard-earned tuition money, unless the university suddenly comes into Bill Gates money or strikes oil on the quad. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1

Thursday
December 7, 2006
College instructor accused of trading grades for cash
NEW YORK (AP) -- A computer science lab instructor at a community college changed students' grades for cash and wine and told a student to lie before a grand jury in an attempt to cover up his lucrative scheme, prosecutors said. ...
Published in: CNN.com - website
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Thursday
December 7, 2006
Antolik prepares for North-South game
...But, Bonneville said, he himself is a perfect example of how that can happen. After his senior season at Spring Valley in 1997, colleges were unaware of him until he had a strong performance in the North-South game, which landed him a spot on The Citadel’s team. ...
Published in: The State - Page C6

Thursday
December 7, 2006
Beach great place to see shuttle tonight (Citadel professor Adelman quoted - not web accessible)
NASA plans a rare nightime launch of the space shuttle Discovery at 9:35 p.m. tonight, and here are some tips for viewing it locally. ... Saul Adelman, as astronomer in The Citadel's Department of Physics, says that when the shuttle blasts past Charleston, about four minutes after launch, it will be about 12 degrees off the horizon almost due shoutheast. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A4

Thursday
December 7, 2006
C of C, Citadel game changed

 

The Citadel's basketball game against the College of Charleston has been moved to Tuesday, Jan. 9, with a 7:05 p.m. tip-off set at McAlister Field House. The game was originally scheduled for Jan. 8.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C3

Thursday
December 7, 2006
Citadel's Cannon named MVP
Former Citadel first baseman Chip Cannon has been named most valuable player of the 2006 Arizona Fall League, a league for top minor-league baseball prospects. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Thursday
December 7, 2006
Some help with history (photo - not web accessible)
The caption reads, "Porter-Gaud Upper School history teacher Dr. Chuck McCarver (husband of Patricia McArver, VP for communications) has an impromptu meeting with freshman Joanna Reinhold on a sunny afternoon."
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page ZB5

Thursday
December 7, 2006
The Citadel Acquired Serious Talent - Part II (not web accessible)
D. Sykes Wilford Named Hipp Distinguished Chair - D. Sykes Wilford believes teaching college student leaership skills is something that is lacking in many universities across the country.  So when he heard about The Citadel's strong emphasis on leadership skills, he knew he wanted to get involved. ...
Published in: Charleston Mercury - Page 3

Wednesday
December 6, 2006
Citadel cadets, grad students to take Stewards of Child
The Citadel School of Education and Darkness to Light announced today a joint initiative aimed at presenting child sexual abuse.  The pilot program could set an example for other Lowcountry colleges and colleges nationwide. ...
Published in: The Chronicle - Page 2b

Wednesday
December 6, 2006
Engineer program to grow at USC
USC’s College of Engineering and Information Technology aims to boost enrollment by 30 percent — or 360 students — by 2010, the school’s dean, Michael Amiridis, said Tuesday. ...
Published in: The State - Page A1,6
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Wednesday
December 6, 2006
John Blackwell Rembert Sr. (obit - attended The Citadel)
ORANGEBURG — Dr. John Blackwell Rembert Sr., 83, of Orangeburg, died Monday, December 4, at his home. He was born in Manning, March 10, 1023, to the late Haynes Richardson and Lillian Blackwell Rembert. ...
Published in: The State - Page B5
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Wednesday
December 6, 2006
State helps save Morris Island
The South Carolina Conservation Bank is one of the most important institutions in the fight to protect South Carolina’s precious natural and historical resources. ...It was from the northern tip of this island that Citadel cadets fired one of the first shots of the Civil War.  ... 
Published in: The State - Page A11

Tuesday
December 5, 2006
$245M for future retirees' health care, Sanford says

COLUMBIA- Gov. Mark Sanford wants legislators to put $245 million into covering health care costs for future retirees. Putting the money in now will sharply reduce the $9.2 billion problem looming over state finances as the Governmental Accounting Standards Board requires states to recognize the costs of health care for retirees, Sanford said. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5
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Tuesday
December 5, 2006
C of C hopes to boost campus diversity (Citadel listed in chart included with this article but the chart is not web accessible)

College of Charleston officials hope to enroll 100 more black and other minority students next year to stem the decline in diversity on campus. Interim president Conrad Festa said several efforts are under way, including considering admitting students whose SAT scores are slightly below the freshman-class average...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B1,8
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Tuesday
December 5, 2006
Cremins, Odom to reunite on hardwood
Dave Odom loved walking along the beach. He loved having old friend Bobby Cremins by his side, along with their wives, sharing old stories and talking basketball. ... It appears to be, as former N.C. State coach Les Robinson said, a case of opposites attracting: the organized, methodical Odom and the class-clown Cremins. ...
Published in: The Sun News - website

Tuesday
December 5, 2006
Giant step for School of Law (editorial)
Congratulations are in order for the Charleston School of Law, which received provisional accreditation this weekend. The decision by the American Bar Association is great news for the college and its students, who will be able to take the bar exam when they graduate. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A12
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Tuesday
December 5, 2006
Montford Alexander DeSouza (past Citadel employee)
Montford Alexander DeSouza, III, 64, of Charleston, died Friday, December 1, 2006 at St. Francis after a brief illness. ...Subsequently he was selected by Col. Stackhouse, Provost Marshal at The Citadel, as a South Carolina Police Officer with duty at The Citadel. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4
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Tuesday
December 5, 2006
Taylor Barron III ('75 - obit)
CAMDEN — Walter Taylor Barron III, died December 3, 2006, in Lexington Medical Center. ...
Published in: The State - Page B6

Tuesday
December 5, 2006
The Citadel can't hold off Mountaineers' rally

The Citadel basketball coach Ed Conroy tweaked his starting lineup and lengthened his bench for Monday night's Southern Conference opener against Appalachian State. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,3

Monday
December 4, 2006
Allen Gantt Folline, Jr. ('61 - obit)
COLUMBIA - A celebration of the life of Allen Gantt Folline, Jr, 67, devoted family and church man, will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, with burial in the churchyard. Visitation will be Monday 5-7 p.m. at 3100 Amherst Ave. Mr. Folline died Saturday, December 2, 2006. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B4; The State, page B4
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Monday
December 4, 2006
Charleston law school gains accreditation

Students graduating in May will be eligible to take S.C. Bar Exam...

Published in: The State - Page A1,5
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Monday
December 4, 2006
Executive items

Engineering - Jeff Mosher, Heith Robinson and Diane Palmer have joined the structures department of ADC Engineering. Mosher holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from The Citadel. Previously, he worked on the Ravenel Bridge for HDR Inc. Robinson holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from The Citadel.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page E4, Business Review

Monday
December 4, 2006
McLendon leads Dogs with 20 in loss to Army
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Jarell Brown had 23 points as Army held off The Citadel to defeat the Bulldogs 63-55 Saturday afternoon. Brown hit four 3-pointers and Matt Bell hit two from long range to add 17 points for the Black Knights (6-2). Donny McLendon had 20 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Bulldogs (2-7). ...
Published in: Courier Hearald, Dublin, GA - website

Sunday
December 3, 2006
Benedict’s Callahan elected NNER chair
Gary Callahan, assistant dean for the Benedict College School of Education, has been appointed the National Network for Education Renewal’s Arts & Sciences chair for the Tripartite Council. ...
Published in: The State - Page B3
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Sunday
December 3, 2006
Dogs hit Army wall
"Army Strong" is the new recruiting slogan for the U.S. Army. And for the first time in almost 30 years, that phrase could also describe Army basketball. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Sunday
December 3, 2006
Finalists for Coastal presidency announced
...The finalists are: Kyle R. Carter, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at Western Carolina University; David A. DeCenzo, provost and senior vice president of academic administration at Coastal; Sue DeWine, provost of Marietta College; and Maurice William Scherrens, senior vice president at George Mason University. ...
Published in: The State - Page B3
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Sunday
December 3, 2006
One-on-One with Les Robinson
...He’s coached basketball at The Citadel, East Tennessee State and North Carolina State, been the AD at all three schools, and served on the prestigious NCAA Division I basketball committee. He recently went One- on- One with The Post and Courier’s Jeff Hartsell...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Sunday
December 3, 2006
School of Law gets the go-ahead

Charleston School of Law students breathed a collective sigh of relief Saturday after learning the institution had become accredited by the American Bar Association. The school was not accredited when it opened in the fall of 2004 because a law school can't earn accreditation until it has been open for at least two years.  ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page A1,9
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Sunday
December 3, 2006
The Citatdel vs Appalachian State (ad - not web accessible)

The ad reads, "The Citadel vs Appalachian State - Free admission with a new, unwrapped toy! All toys will be donated to Toys for Tots.  You will not only be supporting The Citadel Bullgods but also disadvantaged children who might otherwise be overlooked this holiday season."

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C5

Sunday
December 3, 2006
USC Law School appoints PR chief

The USC Law School has appointed Betsy Beckinridge as its director for external relations. Beckinridge previously was director of communications and publications for the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce. ...

Published in: The State - Page B3
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Sunday
December 3, 2006
USC rewards Spurrier

Coach gets $500,000 raise, extra year after reports Miami, Alabama wanted him...

Published in: The State - Page A1,9
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Saturday
December 2, 2006
Army 63, Citadel 55

Jarell Brown had 23 points as Army held off The Citadel to defeat the Bulldogs 63-55 Saturday afternoon. ...

Published in: The Sun News - website

Saturday
December 2, 2006
Elder McLendon survives trials, carries on at Citadel

Donny McLendon was not the average fresh-faced, bald-headed knob when he came to The Citadel in 2004.  Already a junior and veteran of two college campuses, McLendon was 21 years old when he endured the trials of knob year at the military school, taking orders from upperclassmen who often were younger than he was. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C1,4

Friday
December 1, 2006
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A True Military Clash - Watch as the Bulldogs take on the Black Knights of Army in basketball action - The Citadel vs Army - Saturday, December 2, Tip-off at 1:05 p.m., McAlister Field House
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page C2

Friday
December 1, 2006
Daniel Sherwood Miler ('50 - obit)
Daniel Sherwood Miler, Jr.,77, of Summerville, SC, husband of Edith Jeanne Fuller Miler, died Thursday, November 30, 2006. Funeral services will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Summerville, SC, Saturday afternoon December 2, 2006 at two o'clock. ...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B5; The State, page B5
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Friday
December 1, 2006
Former U.S. attorney general speaking in Charleston

Former U.S. Attorney General John D. Ashcroft will be the keynote speaker at a "Do Ethics Really Matter?" luncheon Mar. 9, 2007, at the Medical University of South Carolina. The event is sponsored by MUSC, the Free Enterprise Foundation, the College of Charleston and The Citadel. ...

Published in: Greenville News - website

Friday
December 1, 2006
Good Morning Lowcountry (two entries)
  • The last of three South Carolina Corps of Cadets' Christmas Candlelight Services will be held Monday night...
  • Charleston Symphony Orchestra and the CSO Chorus will perform Handel's Messiah on three nights in December... Thursday, 8 p.m., The Citadel's Summerall Chapel...
Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B2

Friday
December 1, 2006
North Charleston trying to save Clemson deal

North Charleston City Council hopes a move it made Thursday will salvage the potentially sinking deal of Clemson University building a research campus on the old Navy base around the Hunley submarine. Council voted unanimously to tweak the agreement that lays out the framework for the 82-acre Restoration Institute by adding a provision to get back the donated land if Clemson doesn't come through with its promises for the multi-million-dollar project. ...

Published in: The Post and Courier - Page B3
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Friday
December 1, 2006
Rod Carlyle, passionate tennis pro, founder of Old South Racquet Club ('63 - article associated with alumnus' recent death)

Somehow it made sense that Rod Carlyle would one day find himself speeding along the interstate with a naked Björn Borg in the back seat. Obsessed with all things tennis, Mr. Carlyle had volunteered to fetch the legendary player from the airport and serve as his host. The plane was so late, though, that Mr. Borg had to pull off a quick-change act en route to a tournament. ...

Published in: Atlanta Journal-Constitution - website
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