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The Citadel in the News: Archive

December 2012

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Monday
December 31, 2012
50 Favorite Photographs of 2012

1st Lt. Ryan Davis Rawl's roomate from the Citadel, Ryan Theriot, pays his last respects to his friend. "Everything he did he did with his whole heart. That's what I remember most about him." said Theriot. Rawl was one of three S.C. Guardsmen killed last week by a suicide bomber in Khost Province, Afghanistan.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/12/31/2573227/50-favorite-photographs-of-2012.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - online
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Monday
December 31, 2012
SoCon Basketball 2012-13: The Citadel Set to Ring in New Year at Clemson

The Citadel (3-7, 0-1 SoCon) will open up the new year with its final nonconference test before beginning SoCon play in earnest as the Bulldogs face off against ACC foe and Palmetto State rival Clemson (7-4) in a 4 p.m. contest on New Year's Day.  The Bulldogs and Tigers will be meeting for the 83rd time on Tuesday afternoon, with the Tigers holding a commanding 60-22 all-time edge, including having won the past 14 games between the two teams.

Published in: Bleacher Report - website
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Sunday
December 30, 2012
Change comes to C of C

5. Change comes to C of C -  Bobby Cremins came to the rescue of College of Charleston basketball in 2006 after Gregg Marshall accepted the job one day and turned it down the next. But in January of 2012, a fatigued Cremins took a medical leave of absence that lasted the rest of the 2011-12 season, and then retired in March. The Cougars hired ex-Tulsa coach Doug Wojcik to take his place, but change was only starting on George Street. After months of debate and controversy, C of C announced in November that it was leaving the Southern Conference for the Colonial Athletic Association. The Cougars begin play in the CAA in 2013-14, and the wisdom - or folly - of the move will begin to reveal itself.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 30, 2012
Real estate developer Morton Needle dies

Morton Needle, a retired real estate developer, died Saturday. He was 81.Born Feb. 14, 1931, in Charleston, he was the son of Joseph Needle and Bertha Rephan Needle. He served in the Navy during the Korean War, received his bachelor's degree from The Citadel and did graduate work in public relations at George Washington University.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 30, 2012
Top state sports stories

7. Lowcountry shines in NFL -  Throw in Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap (Fort Dorchester HS) and Cardinals receiver Andre Roberts and Steelers cornerback Cortez Allen (both from The Citadel), among others, and the Lowcountry is well represented in the league.

9. Citadel football wins, finally - The Bulldogs' 3-0 start this season included wins over top 10 FCS teams Georgia Southern and Appalachian State, the latter a shocking 52-28 beatdown in Boone. That earned the Bulldogs a national ranking and sparked hopes for their first SoCon title since 1992.The Citadel could not fulfill those hopes, but at 7-4 overall and 5-3 in the SoCon registered their best season since '92, and inspired hope for even better things in 2013.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 30, 2012
Young resident visits the capital

Krystal Brown was one of the 23 Citadel cadets who traveled to Washington, D.C., receiving the opportunity to meet many congressional leaders. As a graduate of Hardeeville High School, Brown aspired to get involved with the legal system. She finished her final exams in early December and will receive her diploma in May.

Published in: Savannah Morning News - website
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Saturday
December 29, 2012
Cof C's Christian Powell Signs With Minnesota Twins

CHARLESTON, SC -   College of Charleston junior Christian Powell has signed a professional contract with the Minnesota Twins and will start playing for the Elizabethton Twins of the Rookie-level Appalachian League.  A native of Greenwood, S.C., Powell was drafted by the Twins in the eighth round of this year's MLB Entry Draft.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 Charleston - website
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Friday
December 28, 2012
Happy 100th birthday to a Charleston treasure: Ted Stern

When Ted became president of the College in 1968 the private school had 481 students, an annual budget of $700,000, and was on the verge of bankruptcy and losing its accreditation. Ten years later, when he "retired" in 1978, the College was a state school with a student body of more than 5,000 and an annual budget of $13 million. The $34 million in capital improvements to enlarge the college, which included the restoration and adaptation of 80 historic properties, and the College's $34 million annual impact on the local economy transformed Charleston physically and advanced the city's commercial renaissance.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 27, 2012
Citadel football players survive Christmas Day tornado in Mobile

Carl Robinson’s family was sitting down to a Christmas Day dinner when the severe weather sirens went off around 4:30 p.m. The family scrambled into the den, switching on the TV to see what was happening. “The sirens were really loud,” said Robinson, a sophomore linebacker at The Citadel from Irvington, Ala., just outside of Mobile. “It went from a regular Christmas day to a scary one pretty quickly.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 26, 2012
Citadel Cadet Nathaniel Madden meets top Congressional leaders in Washington, D.C.

Nathaniel G. Madden of Anderson was among 24 Citadel students who recently traveled to Washington, D.C., where they met with some of the nation's foremost Congressional leaders. Madden is a junior and a political science major and serves as first sergeant in the Regimental Band Company.

Published in: Anderson Independent - website
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Wednesday
December 26, 2012
Senator Tim Scott: History in the Making

Nevertheless, Scott Buchanan, a political science professor at The Citadel in Charleston, says that one impact the Scott appointment will not have is to improve the GOP’s appeal among black voters. “In his two congressional elections, he got very little of the black vote,” says Buchanan.” I don’t think he’ll get any significant black support” in 2014.

 

Published in: Southern Political Report - website
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Tuesday
December 25, 2012
Cortez Allen Becoming A ‘Principled Leader’ On Steelers’ Defense

In 2010, Allen was rated the second-best draft eligible cornerback in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks by The NFL Draft Report and was the first NCAA Football Championship defender to intercept the first play from scrimmage and return it for a touchdown during a season opener. Following the mission of the school to make “principled leaders”, Allen endured ‘hell week’ at The Citadel only to see a little bit of heaven as he led the Bulldogs with six pass deflections, eight stops inside the red zone, and added two interceptions; one for a touchdown

Published in: CBS Examiner - website
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Monday
December 24, 2012
Flight path to success

Jeffrey Johnson wanted to help people with medical problems once he completed his education, but a twist of fate forced his focus to airplane ailments instead.That turn of events has led the Charlotte businessman to expand his aircraft maintenance and avionics business to the Lowcountry.  Johnson attended the College of Charleston, majored in biology, graduated in 1983 and went to work at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., doing cancer research as he figured out which field he wanted to specialize in while planning to enroll in medical school.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 23, 2012
Capsule reviews

THE WINNER EFFECT: The Neuroscience of Success And Failure. By Ian H. Robertson. St. Martin's Press. 320 pages. $25.99.Why are some people winners and others are not?  In "The Winner Effect," Ian Robertson examines whether winners are born or made, in psychological and biological terms, using a diverse sample population. The interweaving of real-life examples with the scientific findings make the book an interesting read, not a dull technical journal. The quizzes throughout the book allow the reader to decipher his or her own winning aptitude.

Reviewer Doretha Walker is an adjunct professor of women and gender studies at the College of Charleston.

 

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 23, 2012
McEwan draws from real life (book review by CofC professor)

No room in the books she likes for the "double agent." McEwan is, of course, a double agent, constructing a world that the last chapter deconstructs. It's possible to read "Sweet Tooth" as two books: the one you open innocently and the one you rediscover after the final twist. Try it.

Reviewer Catherine Holmes teaches English at the College of Charleston.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 23, 2012
The Citadel Falls At Denver

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Broadcast on: WCSC TV 5 Charleston - Click on the thumbnail to view the news clip.
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Saturday
December 22, 2012
Holsey scores 14 points as Georgia Tech's defense stifles The Citadel in a 73-41 rout

Kammeon Holsey scored 14 points, Robert Carter pulled down 10 rebounds and Georgia Tech's defense stifled The Citadel in a 73-41 rout on Saturday.  Marcus Georges-Hunt had 12 points on 4 of 5 shooting from beyond the arc in  the first half for the Yellow Jackets (8-2), who won their fourth straight and  improved to 6-0 at home.

Published in: FOX News - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
40-point loss at St. Bonaventure a ‘learning lesson’ for Citadel basketball

A 95-57 loss at St. Bonaventure on Wednesday night will be a “learning lesson” for The Citadel, basketball coach Chuck Driesell said. It’s the latest in a lengthening list of painful lessons for the Bulldogs (3-6), who have lost five straight games by an average margin of 25 points. Dating to last season, The Citadel has lost 11 December games in a row.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Bonnies administer 40-point beating to Citadel

OLEAN There are 347 teams playing Division I basketball and the Ratings Percentage Index lists The Citadel at the bottom of the bunch. The Bulldogs raised no argument Wednesday night at the Reilly Center.  St. Bonaventure built a 15-point halftime lead and steadily pulled away thereafter with the final result, a 97-57 thrashing, good for its fourth victory in the last five games.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Charleston Hope brings Christmas to 2 schools

"It's good to help people out during Christmas. When you have time to give, you might as well give it," said Hampton Cokeley, a senior at The Citadel.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Charleston Hope brings Christmas to 2 schools

Laughter and excitement erupted last Friday when the students of Charleston Progressive Academy heard bells ringing in the hallway. They knew a special guest was on his way: Santa Claus.Charleston Hope, an organization started by College of Charleston freshman and Goose Creek native Emily Hoisington, brought gifts to all the students of Burns Elementary School and Charleston Progressive Academy.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Citadel basketball drops fourth straight game at Gardner-Webb, 71-58

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. — The Citadel basketball team lost its fourth straight game tonight, dropping a 71-58 decision at Gardner-Webb. The Bulldogs fell to 3-5 overall despite points and 15 rebounds from senior center Mike Groselle. Dylen Setzekorn scored 16 points off the bench. Before the game, coach Chuck Driesell announced that sophomore forward C.J. Bray of James Island is out for the season with an ankle injury.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Citadel coach Driesell relies on recruiting legacy

Chuck Driesell comes from good recruiting stock. His father Lefty, the legendary college basketball coach at Davidson, Maryland, James Madison and Georgia State, was a recruiting wizard, attracting the kind of talent to take four programs to the NCAA tournament, three of them from relative obscurity.

Published in: Atlanta Journal-Constitution - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Citadel delays internal sex abuse investigation

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The Citadel's internal investigation into the handling of a complaint about a former camp counselor molesting boys is being delayed up to three months. Special counsel Joe McCulloch says the delay comes because 1 of the two firms hired to conduct the investigation was too expensive. McCullough says another firm has been found.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - online
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Citadel probe delayed

The Citadel’s internal investigation into the handling of a complaint about child molester Louis “Skip” ReVille has been delayed up to three months. Special Counsel Joe McCulloch said the school’s Board of Visitors had hired two firms to conduct the investigation. But one of those firms had become too expensive.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Thursday
December 20, 2012
Citadel’s ReVille investigation delayed 19-21 Dec 2012 (6 sources)

From the Tv transcript, "...there are changes in the way the citadel is handling its internal investigation.. after a complaint about accused child molester louis "skip" reville. one of the firms hired to conduct the investigation-- "manuel, daniels and burke international l-l-c," is no longer involved--apparently because it reportedly became too expensive. the university has now hired new firm "margolis, healy and associates." two firms will conduct the internal investigation.. which is now expected to be finished by march."

Published in: TVEyes News Monitoring Services - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Internal Citadel sex abuse investigation delayed

The Citadel's internal investigation into the handling of a complaint about a former camp counselor molesting boys is being delayed up to three months.  The Post and Courier of Charleston reported Thursday that special counsel Joe McCulloch says the delay comes because one of the two firms hired to conduct the investigation was too expensive. McCullough says another firm has been found

Broadcast on: WCBD-TV 2, Charleston - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Local train collectors share love for hobby

"I'll keep all the small trains just for nostalgia," West said if he ever had to downsize his vast collection. West, a retired Navy engineer, said he got his first train for Christmas in 1947 when he was 5. For several years after, he was fascinated by trains until his father, a naval officer, moved the family to the Philippines. So instead of playing with his trains, he spent his time exploring and "running through the jungle."Many years later after returning to the United States and graduating from The Citadel, the trains resurfaced.

 

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Long ago mentoring from businessman credited for Scott's current path to US Senate

Tim Scott was the friendly high school kid working at a North Charleston movie theater who would order French fries and water at John Moniz’s Chick-fil-A.  But Scott gained a purpose and drive under Moniz, a Citadel graduate and Air Force veteran who owned the fast-food restaurant across from the Northwoods mall movie theater where the teenager worked.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/12/20/2562721/long-ago-mentoring-from-businessman.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2012/12/20/2562721/long-ago-mentoring-from-businessman.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - website
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Thursday
December 20, 2012
Taekwondo event at The Citadel draws hundreds of competitors from across the country

Participants traveled from as far away as California to participate in the recent Battle at the Bay, a Class A tae kwon do tournament held at The Citadel’s McAlister Field House and hosted by Team Martial Arts of Goose Creek.  More than 500 competitors who ranged in age from 3 to 70 along with 150 judges (some of whom also competed) showed up for the event.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 19, 2012
Citadel quarterbacks coach Craig Candeto named head coach at Capital University

In the middle of recruiting season, Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins finds himself adding to his wish list. Higgins found out Tuesday that he must replace quarterbacks coach Craig Candeto, a key cog in the Bulldogs’ resurgence in the triple-option offense.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 19, 2012
Citadel’s ReVille investigation delayed up to three months

The Citadel’s internal investigation into the handling of a complaint about child molester Louis “Skip” ReVille has been delayed up to three months. Special Counsel Joe McCulloch said the school’s Board of Visitors had hired two firms to conduct the investigation. But one of those firms had become too expensive. The board has replaced it with another firm, but the switch has delayed the investigation, which originally was to be completed by the end of the year.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website

Tuesday
December 18, 2012
State draws fewer jobs

College of Charleston Economics Professor Frank Hefner seemed to agree with Hitt, arguing the election, the troubles in Europe and other macroeconomic factors kept companies from making big investments. "One thing about that is you can't have a banner year every year. That just doesn't work," Hefner said. "Once you get a Boeing for example, what do you do next?"

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
December 17, 2012
(no headline)

Charleston County hotels were thankful for the brisk business that came their way in November.  Occupancy increased 3.6 percent as lodgings sold 8,000 more room nights over November 2011, the average daily rate jumped 2 percent and revenue per available room rose 5.5 percent, said Kevin Smith of the College of Charleston Office of Tourism Analysis.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
December 17, 2012
Partnering with the port

"The benefits of having the outside party joining is they really get a sense of what you're all about and your needs," said Kent Gourdin, chairman of the management and marketing department at the College of Charleston. "They can bring in some fresh perspectives that you just can't get with an arms-length relationship."

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
December 17, 2012
Wando wide receiver Rudder Brown commits to The Citadel

Wando standout wide receiver Rudder Brown has committed to play football for The Citadel Bulldogs. The 6-4, 190-pounder had a big senior season with 51 receptions for 875 yards and 12 touchdowns.  Brown was named the team’s most valuable receiver his junior season because of his blocking abilities.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 16, 2012
Citadel basketball loses fourth straight, and forward C.J. Bray

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. — Out of the game early in its last three losses, The Citadel managed to push Saturday night’s game at Gardner-Webb into the second half. But the end result — a 71-58 defeat for the Bulldogs’ fourth straight loss — was little different, and came with a dose of bad news.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 16, 2012
Getting a Handel on 'Messiah'

Rob Taylor, director of the CSO Chorus and director of choral activities at the College of Charleston, agreed, calling the score "ingenious."  Handel knew how to write for the voice better than Bach, he said. Not that it's easy to sing. "It's far from easy. Just because you know the melisma of 'He Shall Purify' doesn't mean it's in your voice."

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 16, 2012
Hate crimes still abound in area

At the College of Charleston, campus police officers have tried to track down the perpetrator of several inflammatory, often misspelled remarks scribbled in ballpoint pen on bathroom walls.  Public safety officers responded six times last year to the school's Education Center on St. Philip Street, where they found writings that advocated the sterilization of black people, the gassing of "all the Jews" and the deaths of "a gypsie and a muslim," according to incident reports.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 16, 2012
Spotlight on state salaries: Who makes the most?

Doctors, professors, power company executives and college sports coaches are among the highest-paid South Carolina government employees, The Post and Courier's new government “Salary Spotlight” tool shows. Every year, $2.7 billion in tax dollars goes toward the salaries of state employees.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
December 15, 2012
Supervisor-elect turned hazing into lesson

When Dave Roberts was elected last month as the county’s first new supervisor in nearly two decades, it was one of the high points of his life, certainly his political life.  But one of his lowest points is never far from his mind, and he says it provides a lesson he shares with others. A little more than three decades ago, Roberts, who is gay, was a freshman at The Citadel, a South Carolina military college known for hazing, when he was attacked by fellow cadet.

Published in: UTSanDiego.com - website
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Friday
December 14, 2012
Regimental Band and Pipes invited to another international tattoo

Following the resounding success at the world's largest military Tattoo two years ago , The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes has been invited to perform at the July 2013 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. Created in 1979, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo is an indoor weeklong show that features military and civilian performing groups from Canada and countries all around the world.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - online
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Thursday
December 13, 2012
Former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen establishes football scholarship at The Citadel

Former Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen got his start in the business at The Citadel in 1973. Now, the former ACC and national coach of the year is giving back to the military school.  Friedgen and his wife, Gloria, have established a football scholarship with The Citadel Brigadier Foundation. The Ralph & Gloria Friedgen Scholarship will go to an offensive player beginning in 2013-14.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 13, 2012
Lowcountry Writing Project offering spring classes for teachers

The Lowcountry Writing Project, Charleston and The Citadel’s local affiliate of the National Writing Project, is accepting applications for two spring courses. The first course targets content-area teachers who, in compliance with the new Common Core State Standards, need to include more writing in their classes.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 13, 2012
Mike Sellers becomes all-american -- 12 Dec 2012

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Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Services - website
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Wednesday
December 12, 2012
Ex-Maryland Coach Establishes Citadel Scholarship

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Former Maryland head football coach Ralph Friedgen got his start as a fulltime assistant at The Citadel and has decided to give something back to the Bulldogs.  The school said Wednesday that Friedgen established the Ralph & Gloria Friedgen Scholarship that will go to an offensive player starting next season.

Broadcast on: CBS Baltimore - website
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Wednesday
December 12, 2012
Former Citadel football great John Small dies

Former Citadel football great John Small, an All-American and first-round NFL draft pick, died Monday at the age of 66 in Augusta, Ga. Small, a native of Lumberton, N.C., played for the Bulldogs from 1967-69 and was a first-team All-American as a senior linebacker. He was picked in the first round of the NFL draft by Atlanta in 1970, and also played for the Detroit Lions.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 12, 2012
Former Citadel football great John Smalls dies

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Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Service - website
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Wednesday
December 12, 2012
Proposed child abuse law (Citadel mentioned)

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Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4 Charleston - website
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Tuesday
December 11, 2012
Citadel active duty Navy student Michael Lacey meets top Congressional leaders in Washington, D.C.

CHARLESTON, SC (12/11/2012)(readMedia)-- Michael Lacey of Colleyville, Texas, was among 24 Citadel students who recently traveled to Washington, D.C., where they met with some of the nation's foremost Congressional leaders. Lacey is an officer candidate enrolled in The Citadel's Seaman-to-Admiral 21 education and commissioning program.

Published in: readMedia - website
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Tuesday
December 11, 2012
Citadel's Sellers honored again

For the second time in the past week, Citadel standout Mike Sellers was named a first team All-American, this time by The Sports Network.Last week, the Bulldogs' junior center received the same honor from the American Football Coaches Association. He has also been recognized by the Southern Conference as the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Award as the top offensive lineman in the league.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
Former Musketeer, Falcon John Small Sr. dies

Small was courted by many big schools, including the University of Geor­gia. He opted for The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, S.C. “I didn’t want to sell my flesh to any school,” Small said. “The Citadel offered me four years of academics.” He graduated with a degree in physical education and became a consensus All-American. The Cita­del retired his jersey in 2003.

Published in: Augusta Chronicle - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
In the FCS Huddle: Six repeat on FCS All-America first team

The offensive linemen were James Madison senior Earl Watford and juniors Michael Bamiro of Stony Brook, Mike Sellers of The Citadel, Billy Turner of North Dakota State and Bryan Witzmann of South Dakota State.

Broadcast on: FOX News - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
John Small (death announcement) -- 10 Dec 2012 (3 sources)

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Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Service - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
Momentum Moving Away from Unions? (Mallory Factor featured - video included)

Citadel visiting professor, Mallory Factor, interviewed.

Published in: Lou Dobbs Show via FOX Business - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
Postseason Honors Continue to Roll In for The Citadel's Mike Sellers

CHARLESTON, SC -   For the second time in the past week, Mike Sellers has been named a first team All-American, this time by The Sports Network. Last week, The Citadel junior center received the same honor from the American Football Coaches Association. He has also been recognized by the Southern Conference as the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Award as the top offensive lineman in the league.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
The Citadel MBA: Backed by Real Life Flexibility (video)

Students can take courses in the evenings, without interruption to their careers or excessive disruption to their personal or family lives. The Flexible MBA is designed to be completed in One year or up to Six years. With your needs in mind, the working professional, we work with you to find the best pathway so that you can obtain your MBA. Citadel MBA student and working mom Holly Anderson speaks about the flexible program.

Published in: You Tube - website
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Monday
December 10, 2012
This Week in the Arts

Tuesday - Holiday band concert

What: The Charleston Community band's annual holiday concert.

When: 7-8 p.m. Dec. 11

Where: Summerall Chapel at The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St.

Price: Free

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 9, 2012
Charleston Natural History Society restores isolated wetland in Dorchester County (professor Paul Nolan quoted)

The work also is a learn-as-you-go experiment for the society. There is, as president Paul Nolan points out, no manual for this. But the society does have Cockrell, who does wetland restoration for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He’s overseeing the whole thing. He wants to establish a “wet meadow” type of wetlands like you find in a Carolina Bay. For now, the plants have begun to establish themselves. The pond cypress, Nolan said, “is going like gangbusters.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 9, 2012
Combat rules aren’t worth defending

If history is any indication, many pioneering women won’t meet the physical requirements or will choose to drop out, as cadet Shannon Faulkner did in 1995 after the Supreme Court forced The Citadel to end its all-male tradition. But The Citadel is now 10 percent women. For the Pentagon, working through an inevitable change on its own terms is far preferable to going to trial — and, quite possibly, losing.

Published in: Hawaii Tribune Herald - website
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Saturday
December 8, 2012
Remembering Robards: A banker dedicated to Rock Hill

Frank Robards III’s devotion to his father has no bounds. Both graduated from The Citadel and both served in the military. Last Sunday, Frank Robards III spent 30 hours traveling to Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic of the Congo in Africa. A captain in the Navy reserves, he had been called to active duty.


Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/2012/12/08/4470266/remembering-robards-a-man-dedicated.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The Herald, Rock Hill - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Auburn Hires Ellis Johnson as Defensive Coordinator

AUBURN—Ellis Johnson, one of the best respected defensive minds in college football, has been named Auburn’s defensive coordinator, head coach Gus Malzahn announced Thursday. Johnson is a 30-plus year coaching veteran who has 16 years of experience coaching in the Southeastern Conference.

Broadcast on: CBS 42 Birmingham, AL - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins earns contract extension through 2014 season

A 7-4 record this season earned The Citadel football coach Kevin Higgins a one-year contract extension, through the 2014 season.  Higgins has a record of 38-51 in eight seasons at The Citadel, including two winning seasons (2007 and 2012). 

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Ex-Citadel standout Chris McGuiness picked by Cleveland Indians in MLB Rule 5 draft

Former Citadel standout Chris McGuiness was picked by the Cleveland Indians with the fifth overall selection in today’s MLB Rule 5 draft. McGuiness, a left-handed hitting first baseman from James Island, was the MVP of the Arizona Fall League this year, hitting .370 with five doubles, four home runs and 27 runs batted-in in 25 games.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Kevin Higgins contract extended

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Published in: TVEyes News Monitoring Services - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Ohio State Defeats The Citadel and VMI

COLUMBUS, Ohio – With an open aggregate score of 6,389, the Ohio State pistol team defeated The Citadel (6,127) and VMI (3,996) Dec.1-2 at the Inouye Marksmanship Center in Charleston, S.C., to conclude the first half of the season with a 5-1 record.

Published in: Ohio State University - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Pet helpers visit The Citadel -- 7 Dec 2012 (two sources)

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Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Service - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Sunday

Holiday Book Signing

What: The Center for Women will host this event where local female authors such as Katie Crouch and Mary Alice Monroe will sign copies of their books. There will be book readings and free gift wrapping available.

When: Dec. 9, 2-5 p.m.Where: The Citadel's Holliday Alumni Center, 69 Hagood Ave.

Price: FreeMore Info: 763-7333, ext. 201, or www.c4women.org

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
December 7, 2012
Youngsters Allen, Brown stepping in for Taylor

PITTSBURGH (AP) - The seeds for a rivalry between Curtis Brown and Cortez Allen were planted early. Brown, a third-round pick, played at Texas. Allen, who went a round later,  played at The Citadel, far from the bright lights of big-time college  football.

Published in: Sports Illustrated - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Brown to cap year at North-South

Brown has been impressing college coaches all week. A coach from The Citadel watched him in drills Wednesday. Wofford and VMI have shown a lot of interest in Brown, and now Navy is showing interest.

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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Charleston Area Happenings (Today - ONE at The Citadel)

Today - ONE at The Citadel

What: Guest speaker Michael Gerson serves as senior adviser at ONE, a bipartisan organization dedicated to the fight against poverty and diseases.

When: 6:30 p.m. Dec. 6

Where: Bond Hall at The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St.

More Info: 593-5072

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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Citadel grad gets picked by Cleveland Indians -- 6 Dec 2012 (2 sources)

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Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Services - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Former Bush aide speaking at The Citadel

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A former aide to President George W. Bush is scheduled to speak at The Citadel. Michael Gerson is a syndicated columnist and author who is set to speak Thursday evening at the Charleston military college on global development.

Broadcast on: WBTV-3 Charlotte - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Former Citadel HC, USC DC Ellis Johnson Hired As New Auburn DC

AUBURN, AL (AP) -  Auburn has hired former Southern Miss coach Ellis Johnson as defensive coordinator.  New Tigers coach Gus Malzahn announced the hiring of the veteran Southeastern Conference assistant Thursday two days after getting the job. Johnson was fired after Southern Miss went 0-12 in his lone season, but has an impressive track record running SEC defenses.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Holiday Band Concert (scroll down)

What: The Charleston Community Band.

When: 7-8 p.m. Dec. 11

Where: Summerall Chapel, The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St.

Price: Free

More info: Visit charlestonscommunityband.com.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
LaShun Roy ready to march to a Citadel beat

She has spent the last seven years of her life learning to march in time to the tempo that is the heart beat of Troup schools. That lifeline is the band. And this year, LaShun Roy is one of the Drum Majors at the head of that team of marching musicians.  It is those years of training and discipline that Roy credits her latest accomplishment to. Roy has been accepted into The Citadel.

Published in: Tri County Leader, Whitehouse, TX - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Pet Helpers Bring Puppy Day to The Citadel

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Here's an excerpt from the TV transcript, "...helpers wants to bring some furry four legged study buddies this afternoon to help the students relax. yesterday pet helpers made a stop on the citadel's campus. research shows people in stressful situations handle it better when they're with a pet..."

 

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 Charleston - website
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Thursday
December 6, 2012
The Citadel MBA: Backed by Uncommon Tradition (video)

The Citadel's School of Business has also been named one of the nation's top 300 business programs in The Best 300 Business Schools: 2011 Edition published in The Princeton Review. In this interview, MBA student Kevin Thompson talks about the Uncommon Tradition at The Citadel.

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Thursday
December 6, 2012
Women Authors

What: Sixty women authors in one place at one time. Each year end, the Center for Women gathers local women authors - from well-known, national figures like Dorothea Benton Frank, Mary Alice Monroe, Sue Monk Kidd and Nathalie Dupree to inspired, self-published writers. You get a chance to meet and chat with your favorite authors, purchase books and have them signed. Readings by the better-known authors are conducted throughout the afternoon.

When: 2-5 p.m. Dec. 9

Where: The Citadel's E. Johnson Hagood Stadium, Club Level, 4th Floor, 69 Hagood Ave.

Price: Free admission

More Info: 763-7333 or http://c4women.org/book_signing.html

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
Charleston Southern blows out Citadel, 101-73, in city rivalry basketball game

Arlon Harper didn’t feel well all day Tuesday. During a pregame shootaround, Charleston Southern’s sophomore guard caught a chill and decided to wear a long-sleeve shirt under his basketball uniform.  “I felt like I was coming down with a cold,” Harper said. “My body felt weak, and I put on the long sleeves just to feel comfortable and like my old self.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
Charleston Southern blows out Citadel, 101-73, in city rivalry game

First it was Arlon Harper. Then it was Saah Nimley, folllowed by Jeremy Sexton. By the end of the night, most of Charleston Southern’s basketball players had taken their turn plundering The Citadel’s defense. The Buccaneers shot a sizzling 61 percent and made 14 3-points shot en route to a 101-73 victory before a raucous crowd at the CSU Field House.

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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
Citadel center Mike Sellers named football All-American

Center Mike Sellers of The Citadel has been named to the FCS All-America team by the American Football Coaches Association.  Sellers, a junior from Forth Dorchester High School, is the first Citadel player honored by the AFCA in four years. He also was named first-team all-Southern Conference this season, and won the league’s Jacobs Blocking Award as the top offensive lineman.

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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
Citadel NROTC instructor on "Wheel of Fortune 5 Dec 2012 "

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"and what a career you're having -- naval surface warfare officer. active duty? i am. i am. i am an active-duty ship driver and i am currently an r.ooh, teinstructor at the citadel, so go bulldogs. good for you. and thanks for all that, and good to have you here."

Broadcast on: TVEyes News Monitoring Services - website
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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
Student EVOKE agents lend a hand Lowcountry Food Bank

Last weekend, seven of The Citadel's EVOKE "agents" rolled up their sleeves to help out at the Lowcountry Food Bank.  The Citadel's EVOKE network is comprised of students in the Political Science Department's Non-Western Studies class who are completing a 10-week certificate in global issues from the World Bank Institute, called EVOKE.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Wednesday
December 5, 2012
The Citadel MBA: Backed by A Powerful Network (video)

Networking is recognized to be as important as class time in The Citadel's School of Business Administration. With the extensive number of clubs and organizations offered to our MBA Students, you are guaranteed to be surrounded and supported by many prominent business people in the Charleston area. Jeff Carter, a Citadel MBA student and Boeing employee, talks about how he benefits from a strong network.

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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
(Today's Game)

The Citadel at Charleston SouthernWHEN: 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: CSU Field House

RECORDS: Citadel 3-3; CSU 2-5

RADIO: WQNT 1450-AM; WJNI 106.3-FM

NOTES: The Citadel is coming off an 84-54 loss at UNC Greensboro on Saturday and has dropped two straight ... Citadel C Mike Groselle is averaging 16.2 points and 8.6 rebounds and is shooting 61 percent from the field ... CSU is coming off a 101-69 win over Barber-Scotia to snap a three-game skid ... The Bucs have three players averaging in double figures in scoring: Arlon Harper (14.3 ppg), Saah Nimley (13.4 ppg) and Mathiang Muo (10.2 ppg).

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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Bulldog center selected to FCS All-America team

WACO, Texas (CIT) -- Citadel junior center Mike Sellers has been selected to the FCS All-America team by the American Football Coaches Association, becoming the first Bulldog to be honored by the organization in four years.  Previously this fall, Sellers received first team  All-Southern Conference recognition and was presented with the Jacobs Blocking  Award as the top offensive lineman in the league

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Charleston Southern overwhelms The Citadel 101-73

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Arlon Harper scored a career-high 30 points, Jeremy Sexton had 20 and Saah Nimley got 20 points and a career-high 12 assists to lead Charleston Southern to a 101-73 victory over The Citadel on Tuesday.  Sexton entered with 986 career points and became the 19th Buccaneers' player to surpass 1,000 in his career.

Broadcast on: WECT-TV 6, Wilmington, NC - website
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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Citadel rifle 2nd at final SEARC match

SPARTANBURG - The Citadel rifle team finished second in the fourth Southeastern Air Rifle Conference match of the season over the weekend at Wofford but was able to take the team crown in the NCAA portion of the contest.The conference scoring differs from the NCAA in that it takes the top four marks and adds them together, while NCAA regulations require that the coach must predetermine five shooters before the match and the top four scores from that pool will be added up and counted.

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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Lowcountry rivalries face uncertain future

The Citadel and College of Charleston began playing each other in basketball in 1901. And both teams began squaring off against Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) when that school opened in 1974.With a couple of gaps here and there, the Lowcountry's three Division I programs have provided a steady round-robin of generally well-attended and hard-fought intracity rivalry games since then.

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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Students discuss leadership with Congressional members

Twenty-one of the nation's top Congressional leaders recently met with Citadel cadets, veteran students and active duty students in Washington, D.C. Organized by Mallory Factor, the college's John C. West Professor of International Politics and American Government, the trip to the nation's capital gave the 24 students a unique opportunity to meet and talk to some of the nation's most prominent government leaders.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Tuesday
December 4, 2012
Students discuss leadership with Congressional members

Twenty-one of the nation's top Congressional leaders recently met with Citadel cadets, veteran students and active duty students in Washington, D.C. Organized by Mallory Factor, the college's John C. West Professor of International Politics and American Government, the trip to the nation's capital gave the 24 students a unique opportunity to meet and talk to some of the nation's most prominent government leaders.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Monday
December 3, 2012
Charles Dacus Baxter ('86 - obit)

ROEBUCK, SC-- Charles Dacus Baxter, age 48, husband of Cheryl Goodson Baxter for 26 years, died suddenly on Friday, November 30, 2012.  Charlie was born in Orlando, FL to Viola Rose Baxter and the late Charles D. Baxter. He was a graduate of Jefferson County High School in Danridge, TN. Charlie continued his education at the Citadel, graduating in 1986 as a member of India Company.

Published in: Spartanburg Herald - website
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Monday
December 3, 2012
Health clinic for the poor needs help this holiday (operated by '60 and '58 alumns)

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Here's an excerpt from the TV transcript, "JOHNS ISLAND, S.C. (WCIV) – A medical clinic on Maybank Highway has helped nearly 20,000 poor patients get medical care. The clinic runs solely on donations. With it being the season of giving, the clinic is in the midst of its "We Care" campaign. It's one of three yearly events that the clinic depends on to stay in operation...."

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4 Charleston - website
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Monday
December 3, 2012
Women Authors Book Signing (scroll down)

Sunday -

What: The Center for Women will gather 60 local women authors, including Dorothea Benton Frank, Mary Alice Monroe, Sue Monk Kidd and Nathalie Dupree, for a meet-and-greet, readings and book signing. Books will be available for purchase.

When: 2-5 p.m.

Where: E. Johnson Hagood Stadium, Club Level, 4th Floor, The Citadel, 69 Hagood Ave.

Price: Free admission.

More Info: 763-7333 or www.c4women.org/book_signing.html

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
December 2, 2012
(photo) Charleston Christmas Parade

The Citadel Band marches along King Street during the annual Charleston Christmas Parade Sunday Dec. 2, 2012.

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Sunday
December 2, 2012
Bucs rip Sabers, end 3-game skid

CSU turns its focus to Tuesday night when it hosts The Citadel.  "It's another city rivalry game for us," Radebaugh added. "We have a lot of respect for The Citadel. They're a much improved team. They're big. They're long and they execute their system very well. It will be a battle. We need our fans out for it. We need the same atmosphere we had against College of Charleston and hopefully we'll come out and play very well."

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Sunday
December 2, 2012
Citadel drops SoCon basketball opener, 84-54, at UNC Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Plagued by turnover problems in the early season, The Citadel solved that problem Saturday night, giving the basketball away only seven times. But the rest of the Bulldogs’ game plan fell apart, resulting in an 84-54 loss to UNC Greensboro in The Citadel’s Southern Conference opener at the Greensboro Coliseum.

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Sunday
December 2, 2012
Conference honors football team’s winning year

He shared the honor with The Citadel’s Kevin Higgins, who led his team to a 5-3 record in the SoCon and 7-4 overall. Sullivan also led his squad to a 5-3 record in SoCon matchups, marking the first time Samford has finished with a winning conference record since joining the league in 2008.

Published in: samfordcrimson.com - website
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Sunday
December 2, 2012
Will nonprofit's plan to help uninsured work?

Adrian Grimes, the director of communications, had vowed that she would not return to work in health care, but she changed her mind. Likewise, Alice Kral, the office manager, went to The Citadel and got her master's degree in business administration partly because she was wanted to leave the nonprofit sector for a new challenge.

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Saturday
December 1, 2012
(photo) People at parties

On Nov. 8, Sigma Delta Pi held its 9th Annual S.C. Spanish Teacher of the Year Awards Ceremony at The Citadel. Pictured are (from left) Dr. Mark P. Del Mastro, founding director of the S.C. Spanish Teacher of the Year program and Chair of Hispanic Studies at the College of Charleston; Chrystal Hepler (runner-up) of West Ashley High School; Erin Gilreath (winner) of Dutch Fork High School; Martha Gadsden of Berkeley High School; and Dr. María José Hellín of The Citadel. 

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Saturday
December 1, 2012
Bucs roll through Barber-Scotia, 101-69

CSU turns its focus to Tuesday night when it hosts The Citadel. The Bucs' cross-Charleston rival visits the Buc Dome for a 7:30 p.m. tip. "It's another city rivalry game for us," Radebaugh added. "We have a lot of respect for The Citadel. They're a much improved team. They're big. They're long and they execute their system very well.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - online
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Saturday
December 1, 2012
Citadel vs UNC Greensboro

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Saturday
December 1, 2012
Dogs begin 6-game road test

A five-game homestand to open the season was designed to build confidence for a young Citadel basketball team.How well the strategy worked will be thoroughly tested over the next month, as the Bulldogs (3-2) play their next six games on the road. The first of those six road games, and the Bulldogs' Southern Conference opener, is tonight at UNC Greensboro, the preseason favorite to win the SoCon North Division.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
December 1, 2012
UNC Greensboro blows out The Citadel 84-54

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Drew Parker scored 15 points and Trevis Simpson had 14 in UNC Greensboro's dominant 84-54 victory over The Citadel in the Southern Conference opener for both teams Saturday night. Nicholas Paulos scored 11 points for the Spartans (2-5). Mike Groselle led the Bulldogs (3-3) with 20 points, and Ashton Moore had 11.


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