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The Citadel in the News: Archive

September 2013

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Monday
September 30, 2013
Band Fall Concert

What: The Charleston Community Band will perform its fall concert with a program of traditional and new works for concert band.

When: 5-6 p.m. Oct. 6

Where: Buyer Auditorium, Mark Clark Hall, The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St., downtown Charleston

Price: Free and open to the public.

More Info: 830-3233 or www.charlestoncommunityband.com

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Citadel offers Safe Zone to address LGBT issues

People might think it’s unusual for The Citadel to offer a program designed to educate the campus community about the needs of gay students and faculty members, said Julie Lipovsky, the military college’s assistant provost for diversity initiatives. But the program, called Safe Zone, demonstrates the school’s commitment to non-discrimination, and to providing a safe campus for everyone, she said. It’s part of the school’s larger diversity initiative, she said.

Published in: The Post and Courier - Printed version and online
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Col. Ben Davis assumes command of the 35th Maintenance Group

Davis is accompanied on this two year deployment by his wife Michelle and their youngest daughter Jenna, a high school sophomore. Their other daughters, Lundy and Callah will be staying stateside since Lundy will be a junior at the College of Charleston and Callah will be entering the Citadel

Published in: The Spartanburg Hearld - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Driesell, Bulldogs Start Practice on Sunday
Citadel head coach Chuck Driesell and the Bulldog basketball team officially opened training camp in preparation for the 2013-14 season on Sunday afternoon. New legislation passed by the NCAA during the offseason allows teams to begin practice 42 days prior to the start of their first contest, which is on Nov. 8 in the case of The Citadel.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Haley criticized for Citadel board appointment

Democrats criticized Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday for replacing The Citadel’s only black board member with a white campaign donor. Haley responded that race didn’t factor into her decision.Party officials and Democratic legislators accused Haley of pay-to-play politics for her appointment of S.C. Bank and Trust executive Greg Lapointe of Greenville. He replaces Columbia businessman James McQuilla, an appointee of former Gov. Mark Sanford

Published in: Greenville News - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Haley criticized for Citadel board appointment

Democrats criticized Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday for replacing The Citadel’s only black board member with a white campaign donor. She contends that race didn’t factor into her decision.   Party officials and Democratic legislators accused Haley of pay-to-play politics for her appointment of South Carolina Bank and Trust executive Greg Lapointe of Greenville. He replaces Columbia businessman James McQuilla, an appointee of former Gov. Mark Sanford.

Published in: The Times and Democrat - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Haley criticized for Citadel board appointment

Democrats criticized Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday for replacing The Citadel's only black board member with a white campaign donor. She contends that race didn't factor into her decision.  Party officials and Democratic legislators accused Haley of pay-to-play politics for her appointment of South Carolina Bank and Trust executive Greg Lapointe of Greenville. He replaces Columbia businessman James McQuilla, an appointee of former Gov. Mark Sanford.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/09/30/4354598/haley-criticized-for-citadel-board.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: Charlotte Observer - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Haley draws fire over Citadel appointment; Democrats want GOP candidate to apologize

Democrats criticized Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday for replacing The Citadel’s only black board member with a white campaign donor. Haley responded that race didn’t factor into her decision.Party officials and Democratic legislators accused Haley of pay-to-play politics for her appointment of S.C. Bank and Trust executive  Greg Lapointe of Greenville. He replaces Columbia businessman James McQuilla, an appointee of former Gov. Mark Sanford.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/30/3012822/sc-politics-haley-draws-fire-over.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Real estate (scroll down)

Geoffrey R. Reid has joined CityCraft Ventures as director of CityCraft Centers. Previously, he was manager of the Sustainability Institute’s Green Cities Program and communications director for The Noisette Co. He has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Georgia and a master’s in project management from The Citadel.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
The Citadel hosting port security conference

The Citadel will host the Southeast Region Security and Intelligence Conference Oct. 11-12 at the Francis Marion Hotel. The conference will explore national security and port vulnerability. All panel sessions are free and open to the public.  The event is organized by the military college’s Department of Criminal Justice as part of the school’s new graduate and undergraduate programs in National Security Studies and Intelligence Analysis.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 30, 2013
Women’s soccer (scroll down)

Maureen Buff broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 66th minute, and Wofford went on to a 2-0 win over The Citadel in Spartanburg. The Bulldogs (2-5-2, 0-2 SoCon) lost to the Terriers (5-2-1, 1-0) for the first time in four years.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
September 29, 2013
Citadel loses to Furman

To view the sports report, click "view article" below and then open a thumbnail.

Published in: Local and state TV coverage - website via TVEyes News Monitoring Service
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Sunday
September 29, 2013
Citadel reeling after loss

Usually silent in defeat, The Citadel locker room was loud with the sound of hot tempers Saturday night. Voices were raised and doors slammed after a 24-17 loss to rival Furman before 12,693 fans at Johnson Hagood Stadium, leaving the Bulldogs with a 1-4 record nearly halfway through a once eagerly anticipated football season.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
September 29, 2013
College notes, Sept 29

The Citadel sets Parents’ Weekend - The Citadel will hold its annual Parents’ Weekend celebration Oct. 4-6. Families, friends and alumni are expected for a weekend of activities, from the promotion of freshmen to cadet privates and their induction into the S.C. Corps of Cadets to the presentation of class rings to seniors. See the school website for a complete schedule.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/28/3008270/college-notes-sept-29.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - website
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Sunday
September 29, 2013
Former Big 22 Player of the Year leaves Citadel

Former Big 22 Player of the Year Devan Robbins has reportedly left Citadel for personal reasons. The former Belmont-South Point standout was a freshman running back for the Bulldogs and was also used as a kick returner. Robbins played in three games, had one rushing touchdown and leaves Citadel with 110 all-purpose yards. WSOC-TV Sports' Tiffany Wright talked with Robbins' mom on Sunday. She said he is back home and seeking other opportunities.

Broadcast on: WSOC-TV 9, Charlotte - website
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Saturday
September 28, 2013
Citadel ‘D’ ready to make a stand

Citadel defensive tackle Derek Douglas shook his head as he emerged from the Bulldogs’ tiny locker room at Old Dominion last Saturday night. “Our offense was spectacular tonight,” Douglas said after The Citadel’s 59-58 loss at ODU. “They did everything they could to get us a win. The defense, we needed to step up a little bit, and I think we failed there.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
September 27, 2013
Citadel plays Furman Saturday

To view the sports reports, click on "view article" below and then open a thumbnail.

Published in: Local and upstate TV coverage - websites via TVEyes News Monitoring Service
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Friday
September 27, 2013
Dupree carrying load for Bulldogs

Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree issued a withering self-critique after the Bulldogs’ 21-10 loss to Wofford three weeks ago. “I played like a sophomore,” Dupree said after he rushed for just 18 yards and the Bulldogs’ offense produced only a field goal against the Terriers.  “We didn’t put up any touchdowns,” he said. “That tells you all you need to know right there.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
September 27, 2013
No Headline

Next Game Who: Furman (1-2, 0-1) at The Citadel (1-3, 1-1)

When: Saturday, 6 p.m.

Where: Johnson Hagood Stadium

Radio: WQNT 1450-AM

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
September 27, 2013
Teacher of the Year to speak at Teacher Cadet College Day

Pickens Elementary School teacher and 2014 S.C. Teacher of the Year Darlene Sutton will be the keynote speaker at the Teacher Cadet College Day hosted on Oct. 1 in the Greater Issues Room of Mark Clark Hall on The Citadel campus.  The program will begin at 8:30 a.m. with Sutton giving the address at 10:25 a.m.

 

Published in: http://www.citadel.edu/root/2014-sc-teacher-year - website
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
Bulldog Volleyball Opens SoCon Play Against UNCG, Elon

The Citadel volleyball team will attempt to use the momentum gained from Wednesday night's sweep of Savannah State this weekend when it opens Southern Conference action against UNCG and Elon at McAlister Field House.  The Dogs will host UNCG on Friday evening with the match set to begin at 6 p.m. and follow with Elon on Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. 

Published in: Citadelsports.com - Citadel Athletics website
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
Citadel offers Safe Zone training to raise awareness and safety for LGBT students, faculty and staff

People might think it’s unusual for The Citadel to offer a program designed to educate the campus community about the needs of gay students and faculty members, says Julie Lipovsky, the military college’s assistant provost for diversity initiatives. But the program, called Safe Zone, demonstrates the school’s commitment to non-discrimination, and to providing a safe campus for everyone, she said.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website only; no print version to date
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
Citadel vs. Furman this Saturday

To view the sports reports, click on "view article" below and then open a thumbnail.

Broadcast on: Local TV coverage - website
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
Mrs. Elizabeth "Pete" Johnston receives Legacy Legend award

Born and raised in Moncks Corner, Ms. Pete attended Limestone College and the Citadel. Ms. Pete taught in the Berkeley County School District for forty years. Most of that time was spent teaching eighth grade math at Berkeley Middle School. Ms. Pete says, "The night before school started every single year I would get so excited, I couldn't sleep. I wanted to see my children. I wanted to see my children.

Broadcast on: WCBD-TV 2, Charleston - website
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
Parents' weekend coming up for Ctiadel cadets

 It was only a few weeks ago that parents dropped off their cadets at The Citadel, but now they're being invited back for Parents' Weekend.  Parents, family, friends and alumni will be greeted on campus Oct. 4-6 for the promotion of the freshmen to cadet privates and their induction into the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. There will also be a ceremony to present class rings to the senior class.

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Thursday
September 26, 2013
UWA men’s basketball releases schedule

This year’s 30-game schedule includes three exhibition matchups on the road with Division I Opponents University of Texas El-Paso on Nov. 17, the University of Southern California on Nov. 21 and against The Citadel as a part of the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament in Towson, Maryland on Nov. 30. The Tigers will also face Abilene Christian in the tournament as a non-exhibition game.

Published in: The Demopolis Times, AL - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Capson Physicians Insurance Company announces a new addition to its management team strengthening operations, strategic initiati

Frank holds an MBA in Finance and Operations Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, a law degree from Samford University, and a degree in electrical engineering from The Citadel. Frank was named the Austin Business Journal's Top CFO for small companies for 2010.

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Citadel hosting Port Security conference

The Citadel is hosting the Southeast Region Security and Intelligence Conference Oct. 11-12 at the Francis Marion Hotel. The conference will explore national security and port vulnerability. All panel sessions are free and open to the public. The event is organized by the military college’s Department of Criminal Justice as part of the school’s new graduate and undergraduate programs in National Security Studies and Intelligence Analysis.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Citadel QB Ben Dupree no longer playing ‘like a sophomore’

Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree issued a withering self-critique after the Bulldogs’ 21-10 loss to Wofford three weeks ago.  “I played like a sophomore,” Dupree said after he rushed for just 18 yards and the Bulldogs’ offense produced only a field goal against the Terriers.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Furman-Citadel to renew SoCon's oldest rivalry

Furman and The Citadel are set to renew the Southern Conference's oldest football rivalry this Saturday when the two old foes square off in Charleston. Furman owns a commanding 57-32-3 advantage in the series that began in 1913 and later became a SoCon rivalry in 1936 when the two schools joined the league.

Published in: Travelers Rest Tribune - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Morris: UCF’s Taaffe no stranger to signifcant victories

DURING A COACHING career that spans 40 years, Charlie Taaffe counts any number of significant victories. While the coach at The Citadel, Taaffe’s Bulldogs defeated Arkansas, South Carolina, Army twice and Navy on two occasions.  More recently, as offensive coordinator, Taaffe and Central Florida registered a win against Penn State. A victory Saturday against 12th-ranked South Carolina would be yet another notch on Taaffe’s coaching belt.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/25/3002351/morris-ucfs-taaffe-no-stranger.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Poll of GOP voters mixed

The Republican primaries are less than a year away, and Graham already has three GOP challengers: state Sen. Lee Bright, Piedmont businessman Richard Cash and Nancy Mace, a businesswoman who was The Citadel’s first female graduate.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Poll: Sen. Lindsey Graham’s 2014 re-election chances uncertain (Citadel professor quoted)

Professor Scott Buchanan, executive director of South Carolina’s Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, said that Mr. Graham’s toughest critics still represent a minority in the state electorate. “When you look at the polls, 8 to 10 percent of Republicans in the state consider themselves a member of the tea party,” Mr. Buchanan pointed out. “They are very outspoken in the media. But only one in 10 Republicans in South Carolina identify themselves as tea partyers.”

Published in: The Washington Times - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Savannah State drops home opener to The Citadel

The Savannah State volleyball team opened home play Wednesday evening with a thrilling nonconference match against The Citadel. The Lady Tigers fell 3-0 to the Bulldogs. Trailing in the match 2-0, SSU battled the Bulldogs to the wire in the final set. The Lady Tigers and the Bulldogs knotted up the score five times in the opening minutes, before SSU took a 15-12 lead behind a 4-1 run capped by a kill from Asiha Williams.

Published in: meac.com - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
SC Sen. Graham in toughest re-election of career

Mace is best known as the first woman to graduate from South Carolina's military college, The Citadel, in 1999. She doesn't shy away from talking about the trail she blazed, while also pointing out she is a working mother with her own marketing firm that has designed and operated websites for several state politicians.

Published in: The State - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
Sen. Lindsey Graham vulnerable in 2014 primary: poll

A new poll shows that South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s hopes of securing a third term in the Senate next year could be in jeopardy. ... Mr. Graham faces several challengers in the GOP primary, including Nancy Mace,  the first female graduate of the citadel.

Published in: The Washington Times - website
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Wednesday
September 25, 2013
West Alabama men’s basketball schedule out

 First-year head coach Mark Downey and the University of West Alabama men’s basketball program announced the 2013-14 schedule Wednesday.   The 30-game schedule includes three exhibition games on the road against Division I opponents Texas-El Paso (Nov. 17), Southern California (Nov. 21) and against The Citadel as a part of the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament in Towson, Md., on Nov. 30. The Tigers will also face Abilene Christian in the tournament as a nonexhibition game.

Published in: Tuscaloosa News, AL - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Citadel announces basketball schedule

Road trips to Tennessee, Wake Forest and Nebraska and a home date with College of Charleston highlight The Citadel’s 2013-14 basketball schedule announced Monday. The 30-game slate also includes the opening All-Military Classic at VMI, with Air Force and Army also in the tournament, and a Dec. 4 game at Navy.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Citadel’s sole focus is Furman

With a 1-3 record, The Citadel football team finds itself in a vastly different position than last year, when the Bulldogs won their first three games. Yet coach Kevin Higgins says his team can draw on lessons from 2012, when The Citadel followed its 3-0 start with three straight losses on the way to a 7-4 record.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
College of Charleston Baseball Releases 2014 Schedule

On March 7-9, the Charleston baseball community will be treated to a three-game series between CofC and The Citadel, with Friday and Sunday's games coming at The Citadel's Riley Park and Saturday's matchup at Patriots Point.

Published in: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Deaths Summary for Tuesday, September 24, 2013

BENDER, Roger Stillman, 98, of Mount Pleasant, a retired physics department chairman with The Citadel, teacher and researcher with the University of Wisconsin and the University of Pittsburgh and husband of Margaret Krivonak Bender, died Saturday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Mount Pleasant Chapel.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Graham faces hardest fight

Mace is best known as the first woman to graduate from South Carolina’s military college, The Citadel, in 1999. She doesn’t shy away from talking about the trail she blazed, while also pointing out she is a working mother with her own marketing firm that has designed and operated websites for several state politicians.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Roger Stillman Bender Ph.D. (obit - former Citadel dept head)

Roger Stillman Bender, PhD, 98, of Mt. Pleasant died at his home on September 21, 2013. A memorial gathering will be held in early November, details for which will be released by the family. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Mount Pleasant Chapel. He finished his career as the Chairman of the Physics Department at The Citadel, retiring in 1980. While at The Citadel, he conducted groundbreaking research on space radiation at the Commonwealth University of Virginia. 

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
Taaffe, Sands to meet again

Charlie Taaffe can’t help himself. He still beams with pride and even gets a little emotional when talking about one of his former players, Everette Sands.  Taaffe and Sands spent five years together at The Citadel — Taaffe as the winningest football coach in the school’s history and Sands as a record-setting All-America running back. The bond the two forged over the course of those five seasons at The Citadel is as strong today as it was two decades ago.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 24, 2013
The Citadel Hosts First Responders Recognition Night on Saturday

The Citadel athletic department will hold First Responder's Night and host a halftime presentation by The Citadel Pipe Band and the Charleston Police Department Pipes and Drums when the Bulldogs host Furman Saturday at 6 p.m. at Johnson Hagood Stadium.   All first responders with proper identification as well as immediate family members will receive a standard ticket, normally priced at $25, for only $5.

Published in: Citadelsports.com - Citadel Athletics website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Bae, HPU women’s golf lead Myrtle Beach tourney

Winthrop is in third, one stroke behind Gardner-Webb. Presbyterian College (320) sits fourth and Radford (325) fifth. The Citadel rounds out the team scores with 342.

Published in: High Point Enterprise - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Barnes opts for transfer

 Forrest Barnes is known for his moves on the football field, but this is a change of direction of a different sort.  The 2013 Seneca Valley graduate originally committed to The Citadel, but has transferred to Robert Morris University.  “It was a very tough decision for me to make,” said Barnes, who holds Seneca Valley’s all-time rushing record with 3,393 yards and is second in school history with 91 receptions. “Guys who come out of The Citadel go on to be highly successful. It’s a very prestigious institution and I wanted to be part of that so bad. In the end, though, I decided that the military aspect just wasn’t for me. I made my final decision in August.”

Published in: The Cranberry Eagle, PA - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Ben Dupree Tabbed with SoCon Offensive Player of the Week Honors

Senior quarterback Ben Dupree was named the Southern Conference's Offensive Player of the Week for his six touchdown performance in Saturday's wild 59-58 loss to Old Dominion. Dupree rewrote The Citadel record book, accounting for 36 of the team's 58 points via five touchdowns on the ground and one through the air en route to his second straight 100-yard rushing game and fifth of his career.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Citadel announces basketball schedule

To view the sports reports, click on "view article" below and open a thumbnail.

Broadcast on: Local TV coverage - via TVEyes News Monitoring Services
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Citadel QB Ben Dupree earns SoCon player of the week award

The Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree has been named Southern Conference offensive player of the week for his performance in last week’s 59-58 loss at Old Dominion. Dupree, a junior Harrisburg, Pa., ran 24 times for 149 yards and a school-record five touchdowns against ODU, scoring on runs of 13, 17, 33, 2 and 19 yards.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Cox, Jude post record-setting rookie performances

 It was an offensive explosion in Norfolk, Va., this past Saturday, as The Citadel's Ben Dupree gave Old Dominion all it could handle by accouting for 36 of the Bulldogs' 58 points in a 59-58 loss.  With just over a minute and a half remaining in the game, Dupree's first touchdown pass of the game pulled the Bulldogs within 59-58, but a failed two- point conversion kept it that way.

Broadcast on: FOX News - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
HAMMOND TIED FOR 13TH TO GUIDE WOMEN'S GOLF IN MYRTLE BEACH

Radford, Presbyterian College and The Citadel will play together in Tuesday's final round, which begins at 7:30 a.m. off the 10th hole for the three squads.

Published in: Radford University - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Jude Named Sports Network National FCS Co-Freshman of the Week

The other weekly award winners were The Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree (Offensive), Gardner-Webb defensive lineman O.J. Mau (Defensive), Jacksonville kicker Dylan Lynch (Specialist) and Appalachian State running back Marcus Cox (Co-Freshman).

Published in: Eastern Kentucky University - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Lapointe appointed by Haley to Board of Visitors; McQuilla moving from BOV to SC Commission on Higher Education

Gov. Nikki Haley has appointed Greenville resident and 1985 Citadel graduate Greg A. Lapointe the newest member of The Citadel’s Board of Visitors, the college’s governing body.  Lapointe will serve a six-year term, replacing James M. McQuilla who has been appointed by the governor to a seat on the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
Lt. General Vaught ('46) remembered as 'Great American' (video included)

A retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General that passed away Friday afternoon has ties to the Lowcountry. Lt. Gen. James B. Vaught is a direct descendent of Francis Marion and attended the Citadel in the 1940s.  His body was found in an Horry County pond. The autopsy shows he died of asphyxia due to drowning but also showed signs of cardiac disease.

 

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (scroll down)

Ben Dupree, The Citadel, QB, Sr., 5-9, 185, Harrisburg, Pa. -  Dupree's Bulldogs put up a serious fight against FCS-to-FBS transitioning program Old Dominion, but ultimately fell short in the loss. ...His five rushing scores set a single-game school record and tied for the third-best total in Southern Conference history.

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Monday
September 23, 2013
Palazzo hosts Academy Day for area high school students

Congressman Steven Palazzo invites area students and their families to come out for Academy Day at the University of Southern Mississippi from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday.  Representatives from the U.S. Navy Academy, the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the USM Army & Air Force ROTC’s and The Citadel will be on hand to answer questions and meet with interested candidates.

Published in: hattiesburgamerica.com - http://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/article/20130923/NEWS01/130923025/Palazzo-hosts-Academy-Day-area-high-school-students?nclick_check=1
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Monday
September 23, 2013
The Citadel Announces 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

Citadel basketball head coach Chuck Driesell has announced the team's 2013-14 schedule on Monday, including 14 home games and meetings with two of the three NCAA Division I service academies. The season opens on Nov. 8 with the third installment of the All-Military Classic when the Bulldogs take on host VMI in Lexington, Va., preceded by a game between Army and Air Force.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV5, Charleston - website
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Monday
September 23, 2013
World Affairs Council of Charleston Kicks Off New Season

The World Affairs Council of Charleston will kick off it 2013-2014 season on Monday, September 30 with a presentation by internationally acclaimed diplomat, educator, author, and award winning documentary film maker Dr. Jerry Leach on “Where is the Egyptian Revolution Going?”  The presentation will begin at 6 p.m. at the Citadel Alumni Center and will be preceded by a social reception starting at 5:15.

Published in: The Island Connection - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
Bulldogs come up ‘six inches’ short

Old Dominion could not stop Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree on Saturday night — until the Monarchs absolutely had to. ODU cornerback Reggie Owens knocked Dupree out of bounds just short of the goal line on a 2-point conversion, preserving a 59-58 win for the heavily favored Monarchs before a sellout crowd of 20,118 at Ballard Stadium.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
Citadel falls to ODU Sept 21-22, 2013

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Sunday
September 22, 2013
Cougars sweep past UNCA

The Citadel completed a 3-0 sweep (25-20, 25-14, 25-17) over Bethune-Cookman at the Winthrop Invitational. Behind a pair of eight-kill efforts from Ise d’Angelo and Bailey Kernodle, the Bulldogs finished with 38 team kills and a .248 attack percentage.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
From The Citadel’s barracks to Dachau’s ovens, Jewish man recalls WWII ('42)

Bernard Warshaw grew up, the small-town son of a Jewish businessman, with dreams of going to The Citadel. He couldn’t tell you why exactly, then or now, but the military college intrigued him. He harbored no visions of wartime heroism. After all, it was 1937, a moment of calm.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
Gambles lead Monarchs to 59-58 win over The Citadel

If Bobby Wilder were a gambling man, he would have hit the jackpot Saturday night in Las Vegas. With his defense unable to stop The Citadel's triple option, Wilder called for onside kicks on two successive kickoffs. Both times, ODU recovered. The recoveries allowed ODU to pad a precarious three-point lead and eke out a wild 59-58 victory over The Citadel before 20,118 at Foreman Field.

Published in: The Virginian Pilot - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
Greenwood, Sucha competing on links

A pair of Granville graduates are contributing to their women’s golf teams. Sucha, a freshman at The Citadel, recently had a two-round total of 161 to place 58th overall in the Great Smokies Intercollegiate in Waynesville, N.C. Sucha shot 81 and 80 for her two rounds

Published in: The Newark Advocate - website
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Sunday
September 22, 2013
If you go

If you go

WHAT: Jewish at The Citadel panel

WHEN: 10 a.m. Sept. 29

WHERE: Physicians Memorial Auditorium at the College of Charleston

COST: Free; baby-sitting provided

Details: Bernard Warshaw will join a panel of Jewish Citadel alumni and current cadets to discuss their varied experiences over seven decades at the military college. The public event is organized by the col- lege’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program.

More info: Go to jewish.cofc.edu, email jwst@cofc.edu or

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Sunday
September 22, 2013
The Writing Life

The fans are whirring near the table at which Cassandra King inscribes copies of her new novel “Moonrise,” but they don’t blow hard enough to keep the love bugs away. They flit erratically here and there, only to be shooed off by the patrons of McIntosh Book Shoppe lingering outside the store to chat with King and her husband, Pat Conroy.

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Saturday
September 21, 2013
Ball control key for Citadel

The Citadel opened last week’s 28-21 victory at Western Carolina with a 19-play touchdown drive, the Bulldogs’ longest march to a TD since 2002. The team could use about five of those 19-play drives Saturday against high-scoring Old Dominion.  Ball control will be key against the 1-2 Monarchs, who scored 76 points in a rout of Howard last week and are averaging 41 points this season.

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Saturday
September 21, 2013
Christopher Campion Named to President's List at The Citadel

Christopher Max-Wyne Campion of Easley, SC, has been named to the President's List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.  The President's List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed.  It indicates excellence in academics and military duties for the  previous semester.  The President's List is a combination of the Dean's List and the  Commandant's Distinguished Service List, which is composed of cadets who contribute the most to their companies and who have excellent military  and academic records.

Published in: Easley Patch - website
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Saturday
September 21, 2013
Douglas Kelley named to President's List at The Citadel

Douglas Andrew Kelley of Greenwood, SC, has been named to the President's List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. The President's List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed.  It indicates excellence in academics and military duties for the previous semester.

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Saturday
September 21, 2013
Jobless rate unchanged at 8.1%

The stagnant employment growth is tied partly to reluctance among companies to invest in more workers — typically their biggest cost — ahead of the start of the Oct. 1 federal health care reforms and amid calls to raise the minimum wage, said Russell S. Sobel, visiting scholar in The Citadel’s School of Business Administration.

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Saturday
September 21, 2013
ODU overcomes awful defense to edge The Citadel 59-58

NORFOLK — Brevity is not Bobby Wilder's forte. But were Old Dominion's football coach so inclined, his pregame Knute Rockne on Saturday could (should?) have been four words: They beat Georgia Southern. Or, if Wilder absolutely, positively could not resist, he could have added four words: They run the option.  "They" are The Citadel Bulldogs, and predictably, their talented, deceptive offense befuddled the Monarchs.

Published in: The Daily Press - website
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Saturday
September 21, 2013
Retired army general with strong Horry County roots dies in apparent drowning ('46)

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. James B. Vaught, one of Horry County’s most decorated U.S. Army veterans and a direct descendant of Francis Marion, died Friday after being found in a pond near Old Reaves Ferry Road.  Vaught was born in Conway and attended the Citadel in Charleston in the early 1940s. He was drafted in 1945 and received his commission as a second lieutenant in February 1946. His civil and military education spanned more than 23 years, and has more than 38 years of service.


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Published in: The Sun News, Myrtle Beach, SC - website
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Saturday
September 21, 2013
S.C. colleges named to Military-Friendly Schools list

Victory Media has released its 2014 Military-Friendly Schools list. The designation is awarded to the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that work to ensure the success of military students. Among those included in South Carolina are ...The Citadel, Trident Technical College, University of South Carolina (Columbia, Beaufort, Sumter and Aiken), and Williamsburg Technical College.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/21/2994362/college-notes.html#storylink=cpy
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Friday
September 20, 2013
Citadel vs. Old Dominion University (coming up)

Coming Up Who: The Citadel (1-2) at Old Dominion (1-2)

When: 6 p.m. Saturday

Where: Ballard Stadium, Norfolk, Va.

Radio: WQNT 1450-AM

Published in: The Post and Courier - online
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Friday
September 20, 2013
Citadel’s Robinson sparks defense

The saddest room in The Citadel’s barracks last year might have belonged to Carl Robinson and Rah Muhammad. The Bulldogs’ linebackers, both juniors and both from Alabama, each suffered season-ending injuries in consecutive weeks in 2012. Robinson tore his ACL against Chattanooga on Sept. 29, and Muhammad broke his ankle the next week at Samford.

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Friday
September 20, 2013
Conference examines threats to national security

How vulnerable are our ports and what means are, or ought, to be in place to counter rising terrorist threats to American citizens?

That question will be the focus of The Citadel Southeast Region Security and Intelligence Conference. Organized by the Department of Criminal Justice as part of the college's new graduate and undergraduate programs in National Security Studies and Intelligence Analysis, the meeting will be held Oct. 11-12, at Francis Marion Hotel. All panel sessions are free and open to the public.

Published in: LowcountryBizSC - website
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Friday
September 20, 2013
Haley draws fire over Citadel appointment; Democrats want GOP candidate to apologize

Democrats criticized Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday for replacing The Citadel’s only black board member with a white campaign donor. Haley responded that race didn’t factor into her decision.Party officials and Democratic legislators accused Haley of pay-to-play politics for her appointment of S.C. Bank and Trust executive  Greg Lapointe of Greenville. He replaces Columbia businessman James McQuilla, an appointee of former Gov. Mark Sanford.


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Published in: The Sun News, Myrtle Beach - website
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Citadel coach: ODU already looks like an FBS team

Technically, Old Dominion is a Football Championship Subdivision team this season, but Citadel coach Kevin Higgins said that description isn't really accurate. Higgins, whose Bulldogs travel to Foreman Field Saturday night, said because ODU has been recruiting and preparing for the Football Bowl Subdivision for more than a year, the Monarchs appear to already be there.

Published in: The Pilot, VA - online
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Citadel vs. Old Dominion University (upcoming)

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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Ellis Johnson Traces Long Coaching Career Back to The Citadel (blog)

Following a successful four years as a defensive end and cadet-student-athlete at The Citadel, 1974 graduate Ellis Johnson spent the next 39 seasons on the same side of the ball where he began his playing career, becoming known as one of the most respected defensive minds in college football.

Published in: wordpress.com - blog site
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Local students named to President's List at The Citadel

The following students have been named to the President's List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.

The President's List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed. It indicates excellence in academics and military duties for the previous semester. The President's List is a combination of the Dean's List and the Commandant's Distinguished Service List, which is composed of cadets who contribute the most to their companies and who have excellent military and academic records.

Hunter B. Freitas of Dillon

David Vincent Leeth of Hartsville

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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Most distinguished cadets named to spring 2013 President's List

The following cadets have been selected for the President's List for achievements during the spring 2013 semester.

The President's List is one the most distinguished cadet awards presented by The Citadel. It indicates excellence in academics and military duties. The list is a combination of the Dean’s List and the Commandant’s Distinguished List, which is composed of cadets who contribute the most to their companies and who have excellent military and academic records.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - online
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
New Xulon Book: Relevant Facts on the Hot Abortion Issue (book by '66 alum)

A little about the author: Richard White was raised as an only child by his mother and grandmother.  A graduate of The Citadel (B.S. '59), Richard served in the Air Force. He is presently a syndicated, free-lance columnist and author of more than six published manuals on topics ranging from hurricane preparedness to real-estate calculations and formularies.


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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Old business landmark, new entrepreneurs getting deserved attention

The business is called CoPilot Designated Drivers, a service to get drivers and their vehicles home responsibly. Or at least that’s the word from a Citadel alumni publication and the Internet. A CoPilot driver will arrive on the scene with a portable motorbike that is then folded and stored in the customer’s car.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Peace Week Comes to Charleston

Reba Parker, a sociology professor at the College of Charleston and the President of Charleston Peace One Day, got the idea to bring Peace Day to the College with help from her sociology 101 in 2007. By 2008, Peace Day had become a citywide festival.

The movement has continued to evolve, and now the campus observes not only one day, but a whole week dedicated to the creation of peace. Parker now teaches peace studies at both the College of Charleston and The Citadel and believes that field of study will only continue to grow.

Published in: Cisternyard.com - website
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
Wages less than before recession

Citadel economics professor Donald Sparks said we now live in a world that demands higher skills in order to compete. Black’s job offers seem to illustrate Sparks’ point. “Since World War II South Carolina has been known as the low-wage, low-skill, low-tax and anti-union state,” said Sparks.

Published in: The Post and Courier - online
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Thursday
September 19, 2013
With losing streak over, Lincoln High searching for more wins

The Yellow Jackets’ defensive coordinator is Thelien Smith, a former assistant at Clemson, LSU, Charleston Southern and Marshall. Former Citadel assistant Gerald McCully is the offensive coordinator.

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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
111 take oath to become citizens

The naturalization ceremony was the 16th annual one held at the Pinckney Historic Site under the auspices of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the National Park Service and the U.S. District Court. The Daughters of the American Revolution provided refreshments and distributed U.S. flags. The Wando High School Choir performed the National Anthem, and the Citadel Color Guard participated. Councilwoman Thomasena Stokes-Marshall congratulated the new citizens and welcomed them to Mount Pleasant.

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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
Best Regional Universities in the South for 2014

Here are the 2014 best regional universities in the South.

4. The Citadel, the highest ranked public school on this list, has a 300-acre campus in Charleston, S.C., with 2,629 nearly all male undergraduates. It ranked No. 5 last year.

In-state tuition is $2,237, out-of-state is $31,038. Undergraduates are cadets and have strict codes, cannot possess alcohol on campus and live in dormitories all four years. There are no fraternities or sororities.

Published in: U.S. News University - online
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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
Big South rising

When Charleston Southern knocked off The Citadel, 32-29, on Aug. 31 at Johnson Hagood Stadium, Buccaneer fans could have sent up a cheer of “Big South! Big South! Big South!” Had they known how the first weeks of the college football season would unfold, they might have.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
Citadel partners to host first Southeast cyber security conference

The Citadel is partnering with Homeland Security Outlook (HSO), SCRA, and the University of South Carolina to host the first southeast regional Cyber Security for National Security (CS4NS) Conference in Charleston September 10. The event is designed to address the cyber infrastructure needs of state and local governments and small to midsized companies.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
Citadel preparing for ODU

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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
Conference examines threats to national security

In 1983, Edward Zwick’s television drama Special Bulletin depicted terrorists bringing a nuclear weapon on board a vessel into the port of Charleston with disastrous consequences. The production earned four Emmy awards, the Directors Guild of American prize, the Writers Guild of America prize, and the Humanitas prize for the way it raised the then largely unasked question:

How vulnerable are our ports and what means are, or ought, to be in place to counter rising terrorist threats to American citizens?

That question will be the focus of The Citadel Southeast Region Security and Intelligence Conference.  Organized by the Department of Criminal Justice as part of the college’s new graduate and undergraduate programs in National Security Studies and Intelligence Analysis, the meeting will be held Oct. 11-12, at Francis Marion Hotel. All panel sessions are free and open to the public.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - online
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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
DA Smith to speak at Drug Court commencement

The Barrow County Drug Court has announced that Brad Smith, Piedmont Judicial Circuit District Attorney, will be the featured speaker at the Court’s next commencement.  After graduating with honors from The Citadel, Smith received his law degree from the University of Virginia, in 1996. He first began working as an assistant district attorney in the Circuit (comprising Barrow, Banks and Jackson Counties) in 1997. Smith was elected to the position of District Attorney in 2009 and is currently serving his second term. 

Published in: mainstreetnews.com, GA - online
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Wednesday
September 18, 2013
William Matthew Bledsoe ('04 - obit)
William Matthew Bledsoe passed away on Sunday September 15th at North Medical Center in Greeley, CO. He was a graduate of Sumter High school. He attended the Citadel and the University of South Carolina.  Matthew served his country in the US Marine Corps in Iraq and served as a Warrant Officer in the US Army. He was completing the AIMS Flight School and EMT program in preparation for a Med-Vac career. He was currently a Correctional Officer for the state of Colorado.
Published in: Aiken Standard - online
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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Campbell-ODU game won't be televised

That's not out of line with guarantees ODU is paying other Football Championship Subdivision schools to come to Norfolk. The Citadel, ODU's opponent this weekend, is receiving $250,000. ODU also saved $60,000 that it would have had to pay to cancel the 2014 game at Charlotte -- officials at both schools agreed to no cancelation fees.

Published in: The Virginian Pilot - website
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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Douglas David Kugley Sr. ('66 - obit)

Douglas David Kugley, Sr. 69, of Tampa, Florida, formerly of Charleston, South Carolina, husband of Kay Gibson Kugley, entered into eternal rest Friday, September 13, 2013. His Funeral Service will be held Thursday, September 19, 2013 in Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1157 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard at 1:00 p.m. Interment, Live Oak Cemetery, Walterboro.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Errors Unravel the Runnin’ Bulldogs in 3-1 Loss at The Citadel on Tuesday Night

The Gardner-Webb volleyball team saw its game plan unravel with a total of 46 errors, 29 of which were attacking errors, as the Runnin’ Bulldogs fell to The Citadel in four sets 3-1 on Tuesday night at the McAlister Fieldhouse in Charleston, S.C. The Runnin’ Bulldogs loss to The Citadel 25-23, 25-13, 23-25 and 25-17 in non-conference action.

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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Finally, a game WCU can win

The Cats (0-3), after losing a pair of FCS money games to Middle Tennessee (45-24) and Virginia Tech (45-3), dropped their Southern Conference opener to The Citadel last week 28-21.  “We didn’t have the composure to play in a big game (vs. The Citadel), and that’s my fault as the coach. We have to get the players to have the right mental preparation to hit the field at the start and execute.”

Published in: Black Mountain News - website
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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Hargrave to host Meet the Tigers night on Thursday

In addition to the scrimmage, the Tigers will officially retire the number of Mike Gallagher, a member of the first post-graduate basketball team at Hargrave during the 1990-91 season prior to playing college ball at The Citadel. Many of Hargrave’s players were excited about the opportunity to meet someone who paved the way for them to do what they’re doing now.

Published in: Danville Register & Bee, VA - website
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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Higgins: ODU already looks like FBS program

But in the view of Citadel coach Kevin Higgins, Old Dominion is ahead of GSU and App State in the transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision.  “They look like an FBS program already, even as they make the transition,” said Higgins, whose 1-2 Bulldogs play at Old Dominion on Saturday.  “I think Georgia Southern and Appalachian State, they still look like FCS programs as they move up. But this team, it looks like they’ve been there two or three years already.”

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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Recruiting News (scroll down)

Summerville OL Zack Bailey (6-5, 307) is now in his second season playing for John McKissick at Summerville and is emerging as one of the state’s top prospects for 2015. Bailey is playing tackle this season after being a guard last season. His versatility and flexibility are just two of the traits the college coaches covet. His early offers include Clemson, USC, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and The Citadel.

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Tuesday
September 17, 2013
Vols announce basketball start times and TV schedule

Tennessee announced TV designations and tipoff times for several men's basketball games Tuesday. Home games against The Citadel and Tennessee State on Nov. 16 and 18, respectively, both will tip at 7 p.m. ET and will be shown regionally on Fox Sports Net.

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Monday
September 16, 2013
Citadel football at Old Dominion 21 Sept 2013

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Sunday
September 15, 2013
Citadel holds off late rally for first victory

CULLOWHEE, N.C. — Citadel coach Kevin Higgins vowed this week to simplify his offense in order to help the Bulldogs win their first game of the football season. The Citadel’s 28-21 victory at Western Carolina on Saturday, before 9,345 fans at E.J. Whitmire Stadium, was anything but simple, however.  The results of two botched punts swung the game the Bulldogs’ way, and victory was not certain until an Immaculate Interception of sorts in the final minutes.

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Sunday
September 15, 2013
Citadel win over Western Carolina

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Sunday
September 15, 2013
Junger to visit Charleston

Author and documentary filmmaker Sebastian Junger will visit Charleston Nov. 13 for a moderated afternoon Q&A session with local students and a public keynote address that evening. Hosted by the College of Charleston Friends of the Library, the first event, scheduled for 4 p.m. in Rivers Green (behind Addlestone Library) caters only to students from the College, The Citadel and the Medical University.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Citadel bests Western in season’s first victory

Ben Dupree rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns to lead The Citadel to a 28-21 win over Western Carolina on Saturday.  Dupree put together a 19-play touchdown drive on the first possession of the game, ultimately taking the ball in himself to get the Bulldogs (1-2, 1-1) on the board. Dupree led the Bulldogs running game but managed only 17 yards passing with one interception. Starting fullback Darien Robinson ran for just 50 yards on 14 carries.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/09/14/4314971/citadel-bests-western-in-seasons.html#.UjdkQibD-M8#storylink=cpy
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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Cougars to open season at national champion Louisville

The Cougars, who went 24-11 last season, will face three Southern Conference teams in Davidson, Furman and The Citadel. The Cougars take on Davidson on New Year’s Day. The Cougars’ home opener is on Nov. 12 against Charlotte.

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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Dupree carries The Citadel past W. Carolina 28-21

— Ben Dupree rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns to lead The Citadel to a 28-21 win over Western Carolina Saturday. Dupree put together a 19-play touchdown drive on the first possession of the game, ultimately taking the ball in himself to get the Bulldogs (1-2, 1-1) on the board.


Read more here: http://www.sunherald.com/2013/09/14/4951407/dupree-carries-the-citadel-past.html#storylink=cpy
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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Lt Dan Band concert (Gen Rosa interviewed) 14 Sept 2013

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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Lt. Dan Band at The Citadel (photo gallery)

Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band rocked the crowd at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium Saturday night. The concert was a benefit for The Independence Fund, which helps provide injured troops with the tools, therapies and guidance that they otherwise are not receiving. Since playing the role of disabled Vietnam War veteran Lt. Dan in the 1994 film “Forrest Gump,” Sinise has spent a lot of his free time performing and raising money for injured troops.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Post-Lt Dan Band concert at The Citadel 14-15 Sept 2013 (5 sources)

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Saturday
September 14, 2013
Pre-Lt Dan Band Concert at The Citadel (8 sources)

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Saturday
September 14, 2013
WCU a mystery for 0-2 Bulldogs

It’s been almost a year — 10 months and 11 days, to be exact — since Western Carolina played what Catamounts coach Mark Speir calls “a like team.” The last time WCU played a fellow FCS squad was on Nov. 3, 2012, when the Catamounts lost 45-24 to Southern Conference for Chattanooga.  Since then, Western Carolina has played FBS teams Alabama (losing 49-0) to close the 2012 season, and Middle Tennessee State (losing 45-24) and Virginia Tech (losing 45-3) to open this season.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
Are happy players better?

It’s important to develop positive thought processes, getting accustomed to uncomfortable positions and situations,” Tally said. “When they get into difficult situations on the field, they are prepared and stay relaxed.”  Tally has worked with the football team at The Citadel for four seasons as well as the basketball and baseball teams.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
Citadel honor 9/11 Presentation - World Trade Center memorial at parade (7 sources)

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Friday
September 13, 2013
Citadel vs. Western Carolina (pre-game coverage)

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Friday
September 13, 2013
Lt Dan Weekend getting under way on SC coast

A presentation at The Citadel and a concert featuring actor Gary Sinese will mark the upcoming Lt. Dan Weekend in Charleston.  During the Citadel dress parade on Friday, part of a floor joist from the World Trade Center will be presented to the military college.  More than 150 wounded veterans will be joined by representatives of the New York Fire Department, Charleston Fire Department and the Independence Fund for a series of weekend events.


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Friday
September 13, 2013
New York City Fire Department brings 3-foot steel beam from World Trade Center to Citadel

CHARLESTON, South Carolina — Members of the New York City Fire Department are bringing a 3-foot steel beam from the World Trade Center to The Citadel in Charleston.The presentation is taking place Friday just before the military college's 3:30 p.m. dress parade. The fragment is a piece of a floor beam from one of the towers. School officials say they are pleased to have the fragment since many of the current students were in grade school at the time of the terrorist attacks 12 years ago.

Published in: The Republic, IN - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
New York firefighters bring 9-11 beam to Citadel

Members of the New York City Fire Department are bringing a 3-foot steel beam from the World Trade Center to The Citadel in Charleston. The presentation is taking place Friday just before the military college's 3:30 p.m. dress parade. The fragment is a piece of a floor beam from one of the towers. School officials say they are pleased to have the fragment since many of the current students were in grade school at the time of the terrorist attacks 12 years ago.

Published in: The Times and Democrat - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
New York firefighters bring 9-11 beam to Citadel

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Members of the New York City Fire Department are bringing a 3-foot steel beam from the World Trade Center to The Citadel in Charleston. The presentation is taking place Friday just before the military college's 3:30 p.m. dress parade.  The fragment is a piece of a floor beam from one of the towers. School officials say they are pleased to have the fragment since many of the current students were in grade school at the time of the terrorist attacks 12 years ago.

Published in: Florence Morning News - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
New York firefighters bring 9-11 beam to Citadel

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Members of the New York City Fire Department are bringing a 3-foot steel beam from the World Trade Center to The Citadel in Charleston. The presentation is taking place Friday just before the military college's 3:30 p.m. dress parade. The fragment is a piece of a floor beam from 1 of the towers. School officials say they are pleased to have the fragment since many of the current students were in grade school at the time of the terrorist attacks 12 years ago.

Published in: WBTV-TV 3, Charlotte - website
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Friday
September 13, 2013
South Carolina: Citadel starts safe zone programming

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Citadel, South Carolina’s military training college, has announced the creation of its new Safe Zone program, originally launched in the 2012-2013 school year. The program, birthed in part by the creation of the Citadel’s first Gay-Straight Alliance in October 2012, is an effort to promote safety on its campus for its cadets, faculty and staff, including members of the LGBT community.

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Friday
September 13, 2013
Women have overcome roadblocks to education success (commentary)

The Department of Education reports that women earn more college degrees than men on every level — associate, bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees. I offer a brief historical overview of education to help readers understand how hard women have had to fight for educational opportunities. Americans were shocked by the raw hatred and cruelty exhibited in 1996 by male students when women were admitted to the Citadel. My research indicates that these kinds of protests were typical of men's behavior when women first gained admittance to U.S. colleges.

Published in: San Antonio Express - website
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Thursday
September 12, 2013
Citadel faces new lawsuit from abused camper (6 sources)

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Thursday
September 12, 2013
Helping Out for Sept. 11, 2013

The fourth annual Lowcountry Lt. Dan Weekend takes place this weekend in Charleston. It will include several events, including a meet-and-greet with veterans, a 5K and a Warrior Ride. A concert on Saturday at The Citadel’s Johnson Hagood Stadium will be headlined by the Lt. Dan Band, featuring actor Gary Sinise, known for his Oscar-nominated performance as Lt. Dan in the 1996 film Forrest Gump.

Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal - website
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Thursday
September 12, 2013
Letter: Two costly wars don't justify a third (written by '11 alum)

To the Editor:

Newspaper columnist George Will was the 2011 keynote speaker at a graduation ceremony that I attended at The Citadel, the military college in South Carolina. Will basically said this about the Middle East: The Middle East is a mess and we cannot do anything about it.

Published in: NJ.com - website
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Thursday
September 12, 2013
Lt. Dan Weekend set on new stage in new city

The event was moved after the organization received an offer from The Citadel, South Carolina’s military college, to hold the concert there, he said.  They travel to Charleston on Friday where, during The Citadel dress parade, members of the New York City Fire Department and Independence Fund present the college a fragment of steel from the wreckage of the Twin Towers destroyed in the 9/11 attacks. The next day, a bike ride and a 5K race will be held at the Citadel’s Johnson-Hagood Stadium followed by the concert that night.


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Thursday
September 12, 2013
Ollie Ford (Citadel retiree - obit)

Mrs. Ollie Tee Moultrie Ford, 84, of 1439 Westway Drive, Charleston, S.C. widow of James Ford, Sr. and a Citadel retiree, died Friday, September 6, 2013 at Roper Hospital, Charleston, S.C. Funeral services will held at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, September 13, 2013 at the Lovely Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 670 Best Swamp Road, Charleston, S.C. with the Rev. Anthony Duncan and Rev. Robert Deas, officiating. Burial will be in the Live Oak Cemetery.

Published in: The Post and Courier - online
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
9/11 memorial ceremony in Travelers Rest

The event was part of the Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County Day of Service and RemembranceThe keynote speaker was Arthur Baiden III, a graduate of The Citadel ('62  and former BoV member) and a retired Major General in the U.S. Army. Baiden served three combat tours, two in Vietnam and one in the Dominican Republic, and is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Metal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Purple Heart and Air Medal.

Published in: The Travelers Rest Tribune - website
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
9/11 Presentation at Citadel parade

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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Citadel ranked by US News and World Report

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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Citadel sued again over former camp counselor Skip ReVille’s sex abuse

Another Citadel camper supervised by sex offender Louis “Skip” ReVille has filed a lawsuit against the military college. A plaintiff identified as Camper Doe 6 filed a complaint against The Citadel on Monday in the Court of Common Pleas in Charleston. He claims that ReVille sexually molested him on several occasions during the summer of 2003.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
FoxNewsReport - Claflin University chaplain ('99) offers counseling to those hurting after 9/11

As the nation remembers the 9/11 terror attacks many also take the time to deal with the loss of loved ones years after the attacks. Major Ken Walden (USAFR) and Chaplain of Claflin University...

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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Never Forget: 9/11 Events around the Lowcountry

Citadel Presentation:  A piece from the World Trade Center will be presented to The  Citadel by the Fire Department of New York City and the Independence  Fund on Friday Sept. 13 at 3:30 p.m. The presentation will take place before the military college's dress parade on Summerall Field.

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Parents' weekend 2013, a weekend of celebration

The Citadel will welcome parents to campus in October for the annual Parents' Weekend celebration October 4-6, 2013. Families, friends and alumni from across the country and around the globe are expected on campus for a weekend filled with pomp and circumstance and milestones worth celebrating—from the promotion of the freshmen to cadet privates and their induction to the South Carolina Corps of Cadets to the presentation of class rings to the seniors.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Parents' Weekend Academic Open Houses

Welcome to Parents' Weekend 2013!

All cadets, parents and guests are invited to the academic open house at each school or department from 1-2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. The purpose of the open house is to give parents and guests the opportunity to meet our faculty and staff and learn more about our academic programs. At 1 p.m. a representative from each school or department will give a brief welcome after which time you will be able to talk informally with individual faculty and staff members.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Tough Doesn't Begin To Describe Andre Roberts

Popping up time after time after he was pounded to the turf in St. Louis, Andre Roberts showed his toughness, even if anyone who wondered about that hadn’t paid attention to what Roberts had gone through to get to this point. As a rookie in the NFL, he suffered through a terrible training camp – enough so that onlookers wondered if the third-round draft pick would even make the roster. And even before that, the wide receiver attended The Citadel in college, a military school renowned for long, structured days and tough treatment of its freshmen.

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Wednesday
September 11, 2013
Western Carolina will face Citadel in first home game

Western Carolina’s football team will be trying to break a 22-game Southern Conference losing streak Saturday when Citadel comes to E.J. Whitmire Stadium/Bob Waters Field for a 3:30 p.m. kickoff. “We’ve got a very good Citadel football team coming in,” Coach Mark Speir said. “I think our guys are excited to go against a team from the Football Championship Subdivision and Southern Conference.”

Published in: The Sylva Herald - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
9/11 events

What: A fragment from the World Trade Center will be presented to The Citadel by the Fire Department of New York City and the Independence Fund. When: 3:30 p.m. Friday, before the military college’s dress parade.

Where: Summerall Field, The Citadel

What: An exhibit of photographs taken by military combat photojournalists after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

When: Available now

Where: In the lobby of Capers Hall, The Citadel

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Attack websites for 2014 SC governor’s race go live

Undecided voters are the targets of the websites, which The Citadel political scientist Scott Buchanan called inexpensive 21st-century attack ads. But with the election 14 months away, those undecided voters might not even be thinking about the 2014 race yet, he said. And as Election Day approaches, they likely will look more at debates and other news coverage to help choose a candidate.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/10/2971702/attack-websites-for-2014-sc-governors.html#storylink=cpy
Published in: The State - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Cadets run in honor of fallen family members

The Independence Fund in coordination with The Citadel will host the Lt. Dan 5K Run, Saturday, Sept. 14, to support disabled veterans and their families.  Registration is available online at TicketRiver  or in person at 7:30 a.m. Saturday in front of Johnson Hagood Stadium.  The cost to attend is $35 and includes a ticket to the Lt. Dan Band concert, which is raising money to support disabled veterans.  The run will begin at 10 a.m.

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
CCU inches up in U.S. News and World Report’s ‘Best Colleges’ rankings

CCU also ranked 15th in the South among all schools in the Best Value category, higher than all other public schools in the state except The Citadel.


Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2013/09/10/3700929/ccu-inches-up-in-us-news-and-world.html#storylink=cpy
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Citadel to display fragment of steel from the World Trade Center

Many Citadel cadets say the 9/11 terror attacks motivated them to enroll in a military college, perhaps even join the armed forces.  At a special event before Friday’s dress parade, representatives from the Fire Department of New York City and the Independence Fund will present the fragment to The Citadel. The public is invited to attend.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Citadel, CofC ranked in top schools list

The U.S. News and World Report list of best colleges and universities has come out and a couple of Charleston schools have made the cut. In the regional universities rankings, The Citadel ranked fourth for best southern school behind Elon, Rollins and Sanford. The College of Charleston got 12th place.

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4, Charleston - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Cyber security conference

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Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - via TVEyes News Monitoring Service
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Higgins: Back to basics for winless Bulldogs

With a backfield and line stuffed full of seniors, it seemed like a good idea at the time. The Citadel spent much of spring football practice and fall camp diversifying its offensive portfolio, adding I-formation and shotgun looks to its core triple-option offense.  But after watching the 0-2 Bulldogs muster one field goal on offense in last week’s 21-10 loss to Wofford, Citadel coach Kevin Higgins says it’s time to go back to basics.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Lady Pirates notch first wins of 2013

The Lady Pirates began action on Friday, in the tournament opener against The Citadel. ECU got off to a strong start, but fell behind by six points on three separate occasions during the set. However, they fought hard late in the set, taking the lead at 19-18, then going on a 7-3 run to win the set.

Broadcast on: The East Carolinian - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Notes from Tuesday's (Sept. 10) SoCon Football Teleconference

Cullowhee, N.C. - Western Carolina head coach Mark Speir took part in the weekly Southern Conference Football Head Coaches' Teleconference on Tuesday morning. He spoke about WCU's opening two games against Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) opponents, Middle Tennessee and Virginia Tech, before turning to this coming Saturday's game against The Citadel in both the home and conference opener. Kickoff is set for 3:30 pm.

Published in: Catamountsports.com - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
SC universities high in latest U.S. News & World Report ranks

Holding spots near the top of U.S. News & World Report rankings is becoming commonplace for colleges and universities in South Carolina. U.S. News & World Report released its list of 'Best Colleges 2014' early Tuesday. For a third year in a row, The Citadel ranked number one among public schools in the South. The College of Charleston ranked fourth on that same list.

Broadcast on: WCIV-TV 4 - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
The Citadel No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report for third straight year

For the third straight year U.S. News & World Report selected The Citadel the top public college in its category in the South. The college was also designated a “Best Value” and recognized for “strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.”

Highlights of The Citadel’s rankings:

No. 1 Public college in the South offering a master’s degree

  • Overall score (88) highest nationally for all publics in The Citadel’s category

  • Average alumni giving rate (29 percent) highest nationally for all colleges in The Citadel’s category, both public and private

No. 2 “Best Value” among public colleges in The Citadel’s category in the South

No. 22 Undergraduate Engineering program at schools without a doctoral program

No. 3 Public college in The Citadel’s category in the South for “strong commitment to undergraduate teaching”...

Published in: Citadel External Affairs - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
The Citadel No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report for third straight year

For the third straight year U.S. News & World Report selected The Citadel the top public college in its category in the South. The college was also designated a “Best Value” and recognized for “strong commitment to undergraduate teaching.”

Highlights of The Citadel’s rankings:No. 1 Public college in the South offering a master’s degree

  • Overall score (88) highest nationally for all publics in The Citadel’s category
  • Average alumni giving rate (29 percent) highest nationally for all colleges in TheCitadel’s category, both public and private

No. 2 “Best Value” among public colleges in The Citadel’s category in the South

No. 22 Undergraduate Engineering program at schools without a doctoral program

No. 3 Public college in The Citadel’s category in the South for “strong commitment to undergraduate teaching”

Published in: Lowcountry BizSC - website
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Treatment for concussion becomes a good break for Eagle's View player

Logan Bradshaw thought it was just the wear and tear of playing football causing the pain. Then came the most fortunate head injury of his life. It’s the final sequence for what Bradshaw hopes will lead him to college at  The Citadel and a career in the military. Even if Bradshaw’s future doesn’t  include football, he’s got one final season with his teammates, and that’s good  enough for him.

Published in: The Florida Times Union - websie
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
USC, Clemson both rise in new college rankings

 The Citadel ranked fourth among all Southern regional colleges – private and public – but first among public schools. College of Charleston ranked 12th among all Southern regional colleges, Converse College 20th and Winthrop University 25th.


Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2013/09/10/2970801/usc-up-slightly-clemson-is-21st.html#storylink=cpy
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Tuesday
September 10, 2013
Ways to commemorate September 11 around Charleston

The Citadel will receive a three-foot steel piece of a floor beam from the World Trade Center. This piece will be presented by representatives from the Fire Department of New York City and the Independence Fund before Friday's dress parade at 3:30 p.m. on Summerall Field. The public is invited to attend and can receive more information here.

Published in: Charleston City Paper - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
4th Lt. Dan Weekend being held at Citadel's stadium
The fourth annual Lt. Dan Weekend is being held this week in a new city with a new concert venue and a new sponsor.  But what is not new is the purpose - raising money to support wounded vets - and the headliner, actor Gary Sinise, playing with his Lt. Dan Band.  The first three Lt. Dan Weekends were held in Beaufort. This year, the events are being held in Charleston, with Sinise playing at The Citadel's John Hagood Stadium on Saturday night. Boeing is now the title sponsor.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5, Charleston - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
At 0-2, Citadel Bulldogs go back to basics

With a backfield and line stuffed full of seniors, it seemed like a good idea at the time.The Citadel spent much of spring football practice and fall camp diversifying its offensive portfolio, adding I-formation and shotgun looks to its core triple-option offense. But after watching the 0-2 Bulldogs muster one field goal on offense in last week’s 21-10 loss to Wofford, Citadel coach Kevin Higgins says it’s time to go back to basics.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
Citadel edges CSU in women’s soccer

The Citadel women’s soccer team remained undefeated in three home games this season following a 2-1 victory over crosstown rival Charleston Southern on Sunday at WLI Field. The Bulldogs (2-2-1) knocked off the Buccaneers for the third time in the past four years, trimming CSU’s lead in the all-time series to 5-3-1. CSU saw its three-game winning streak come to an end.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
Despite big game, Cardinals WR Andre Roberts focused on wins

Judging by Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams, Andre Roberts looks like he'll play a bigger role in the Arizona Cardinals offense.  The fourth-year wide receiver caught eight passes -- including four on third downs -- for 97 yards in the 27-24 loss in St. Louis.  "I'm happy I did some good things out there...but the biggest part is trying to come out with a win," The Citadel product said.

Published in: ArizonaSports.com - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
James F. Byrnes Foundation announces 2013 Scholars

The James F. Byrnes Foundation awards scholarships to young South Carolinians who have lost one or both parents by death. The scholarship program was established by the late Governor James F. Byrnes in 1948 and has awarded 1,100 scholarships to date.  The following scholars were named: Garrett Gabriel Graham from Batesburg-Leesville, SC attending The Citadel Military College...

Published in: The Spartanburg Hearld - website
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Monday
September 9, 2013
Kevin Lowring Named to President's List at The Citadel

Kevin Thomas Lowring of Bogart, GA, has been named to the President's List at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.  The President's List is the most distinguished awards list on which a cadet can be placed. It indicates excellence in academics and military duties for the previous semester.

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Monday
September 9, 2013
The Southern Conference named its football players of the week...

(Citadel players that were named are listed.  For the entire listing, click on the link provided).

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK:  Aaron Miller (The Citadel),

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon McCladdie (The Citadel),

FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Jorian Jordan (The Citadel),

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Sunday
September 8, 2013
Citadel drops 15th straight to Wofford

After losing to Wofford for the 15th straight time — and after losing for the second time in two weeks — Citadel football players insisted their season is not over. And, in fact, there are 10 more games on the schedule.  But in order to reach any of their goals for the season, the Bulldogs (0-2) will have to play a lot better than they did Saturday night in a dispiriting 21-10 loss to the Terriers before 14,545 fans at Johnson Hagood Stadium.

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Sunday
September 8, 2013
Citadel loses to Wofford

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oppose.html#storylink=cpyDeclining to say what next steps she would propose, Nancy Mace, the first female graduate of The Citadel and owner of a Charleston marketing firm, said in an e-mail that she sees “no compelling national security reason to engage our military in Syria.” Instead, Mace said, military action would harm U.S. national interests and worsen tensions in region.  Declining to say what next steps she would propose, Nancy Mace, the first female graduate of The Citadel and owner of a Charleston marketing firm, said in an e-mail that she sees “no compelling national security reason to engage our military in Syria.” Instead, Mace said, military action would harm U.S. national interests and worsen tensions in region.

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Sunday
September 8, 2013
DEATHS SUMMARY

FORD, Ollie T. Moultrie, 84, of Charleston, a Citadel retiree and widow of James Ford, died Friday. Arrangements by Ling Funeral Home of St. George.

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Sunday
September 8, 2013
Military news

Army Lt. Col. John Kubitz, Ruscombmanor Township, a son of Mary J. and Carl J. Kubitz, Amity Township, has assumed command of 104th General Support Aviation Batallion, Fort Indiantown Gap.  The battalion commander is a 1983 graduate of Daniel Boone High School and a 1987 graduate of the Citadel in South Carolina.

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Sunday
September 8, 2013
Wofford defense delivers with many red-zone stops

CHARLESTON — The Citadel knocked on the door a few times, but Wofford refused to let the Bulldogs in.    Near the end of the first half and on the opening drive of the second half, The Citadel had perfect opportunities to punch the ball into the end zone and tie the score. The Bulldogs were down to the 12-yard line and didn't score. They were down to the 3 and got only a field goal.

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
‘One game will not define this team’

A week ago, the Charleston Southern football team went into its 2013 season opener as a heavy underdog on the road against a superior team from a superior conference. The Buccaneers, however, overcame all of the odds and posted a 32-29 victory over The Citadel.  

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Saturday
September 7, 2013
Citadel losing streak to Wofford painful

Derek Douglas is completely correct when he points out that he and his fellow fifth-year players at The Citadel have not lost to Wofford 14 straight times. “I’ve only lost to them four straight times,” the Bulldogs’ defensive tackle said with a rueful chuckle this week.

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
Distiller set to open in Winston-Salem

Scot Sanborn has leased a space in the building at 918 Bridge St., and is in the process of applying for federal and state permits to manufacture distilled spirits. The business will be called Sutler’s Spirits. The name comes from the Civil War term “sutler” for a merchant who sold provisions to soldiers, said Sanborn, who said he developed an interest in American history while attending The Citadel in Charleston.

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
Football futility inflicts a heavy hit on fans

Then again, many Citadel fans have looked relatively fit by Palmetto State standards through a long run of general football futility. Though the Bulldogs went 7-4 last year, that was only their second winning season in the last 15.  And though The Citadel started this season with a 32-29 upset loss to Charleston Southern last week, it can bounce back at 6 tonight in the Southern Conference opener against defending league co-champion Wofford at Johnson Hagood Stadium.

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
KM volleyball player to take on unique challenge at The Citadel

KINGS MOUNTAIN — Logan Smith knows her life will be much different a year from now, and she said she’s ready for the challenge.   Early mornings, late nights, short hair and rigorous workouts will all be part of her routine. That’s because the Kings Mountain High senior has received a full scholarship to play volleyball at The Citadel.

 

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
Late TD lifts Wofford over The Citadel, 21-10

Wofford quarterback Michael Weimer connected on the second of two touchdown passes late in the game to secure a 21-10 Southern Conference victory over The Citadel Saturday. Weimer, who rotated with James Lawson, completed 3 of 8 passes — two for touchdowns. His final TD strike, a 19-yarder to Will Gay, capped a 15-play, 86-yard drive that ate up 7 minutes, 39 seconds of the final quarter. Wofford rose to 1-1 overall, 1-0 in the Southern Conference


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Saturday
September 7, 2013
The Citadel’s married man

Last May, Derek and Bevin kissed again during their wedding ceremony in Dallas, making Douglas — a fifth-year player and all-Southern Conference defensive tackle — the first married Citadel football player in recent memory.  Citadel cadets are not allowed to be married, but Douglas graduated last year and is in graduate school while playing out his fifth and final season of eligibility.

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Saturday
September 7, 2013
Wofford rebounds with SoCon win over The Citadel

CHARLESTON — Fifteen and counting.  The last time Wofford lost a football game to The Citadel, some of the current Terriers were in kindergarten. And they weren’t about to let the streak come to an end.  Wofford beat The Citadel, 21-10, Saturday night at Johnson Hagood Stadium to extend the series winning streak that began in 1998.

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Friday
September 6, 2013
91-year-old pilot brings history to life at Patriots Point

In honor of S.C. Aviation Week, Patriots Point is recognizing long-time volunteer Bill Cart, a former World War II, Marine Corps Dauntless and Corsair pilot. Cart, a Charleston native and resident of Mount Pleasant, left The Citadel his sophomore year in 1942 to join the V-7 Navy program, which made him an aviation cadet. Cart went on to the Marine Corps where he flew the SBD Dauntless Dive Bomber and then the Corsair.

Published in: Moultrie News - website
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Friday
September 6, 2013
Berman shines in collegiate debut

Recent Canton High School graduate and high school soccer All-American Lauren Berman is off to an impressive start at the University of Maryland. Berman, who set a record while at CHS for most career points, already has five points through her first four collegiate games, including a goal and two assists in the Terrapins’ 9-0 romp over the Citadel in their August 23 season opener.

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Friday
September 6, 2013
Clemson, S.C. State can find mutual benefits from interdivisional play

“I like having one,” Swinney said, before acknowledging Clemson will play a second FCS team, The Citadel, on Nov. 23. “It’s good for your team,” Swinney added. “You get the opportunity to develop some guys hopefully, and I think it’s good for our state. I really do. I’m a big believer in that.”

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Friday
September 6, 2013
CSU’s Bryant making most of final season

One of the shining stars in Charleston Southern’s season-opening upset of The Citadel last week was senior linebacker Calvin Bryant. Bryant finished with 12 tackles and forced a Citadel fumble in CSU’s 32-29 victory. He was named the Big South defensive player of the week and earned national defensive honors from The Sports Network.

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Friday
September 6, 2013
First female graduate of The Citadel presents case for Graham’s seat

As the first woman to graduate from The Citadel, Nancy Mace says she knows what it is like to be on the outside looking in. She was frequently ostracized by the males at the school. “When my father (Citadel graduate and retired Army Brigadier General Emory Mace) in a few words dropped me off at the gates of the Citadel in 1996, his final words to me were this: ‘Nancy, don’t call home if you want to quit. Just put on your shoes and start walking,’”

Published in: The Times and Democrat - website
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Friday
September 6, 2013
Greer Standout Jeff Farrington to Debut as North Greenville University's Head Football Coach Today

A former standout at quarterback and three-year letterman at Greer High School, he enrolled at the Citadel in 1978 and lettered twice as a defensive back before graduating. A 1982 graduate of The Citadel where he lettered twice as a defensive back, Farrington began work in the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at his alma mater and later at East Carolina  and Florida State.

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Thursday
September 5, 2013
Citadel Volleyball Named as AVCA 2013 Team Academic Award Recipent

Lexington, Ky. – The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) announced its 2013 Team Academic Award Winners. The Citadel, with a team GPA of 3.62, was one of only three teams in the Southern Conference and 131 NCAA Division I programs with this distinction.

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Thursday
September 5, 2013
Defensive end Thurley emerges for Wofford

Hunter Thurley's fast development at defensive end has not only vaulted him into the starting position but also strengthened Wofford's overall depth on the line.

 

Thurley, a redshirt freshman, took the first snaps in his collegiate debut Saturday against Baylor. When he proved capable of handling the job at left end, it allowed Wofford to move sophomore Tom Bove to backup E.J. Speller at nose tackle. Sophomore Darius Burton backs up Thurley.

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Thursday
September 5, 2013
Even at 1-2-1, JSU soccer hoping for bigger things down the road

After posting a 10-8-2 record last year but losing nine seniors and four starters, JSU is 1-2-1 after one week. The Gamecocks beat McNeese State 1-0, tied Louisiana-Lafayette 1-1 and lost to The Citadel 3-1 and Charleston Southern 4-2.

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Thursday
September 5, 2013
School Announcements

Cadet Luis Antonio Gamarra Mendoza Jr. will travel to Canada this summer with The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes to participate in the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo, featuring more than 2,000 Canadian and international military and civilian performers. Mendoza is majoring in psychology.

 

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Thursday
September 5, 2013
Wofford, The Citadel meet in pivotal early season game

The implications for the Wofford at The Citadel matchup on Saturday are astounding, considering it is, indeed, just the second week of the college football season. But these two Southern Conference teams have their best shot at winning the    conference outright in 2013 with FBS-bound programs Georgia Southern and    Appalachian State ineligible for the title. Of the four likely candidates to    win the SoCon crown, two of them are featured in this game.

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Wednesday
September 4, 2013
Graham: A lot
 at stake in Syria

Another prospective Republican opponent, Nancy Mace, a businesswoman and The Citadel’s first female graduate, said Monday that she finds no compelling national security reason to engage the U.S. military in Syria.  “I believe American troops should be fighting against al-Qaida, not alongside them,” she said. “Bolstering an opposition dominated by al-Qaida will hurt our national interests and only deteriorate the situation in the Middle East.”

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Wednesday
September 4, 2013
Marie Majarais Smith (CGC alum)

Marie Majarais Smith
Age: 34
Program Manager and Bilingual Victim Advocate, South Carolina Victim Assistance Network

Marie has a bachelor of science degree in biology and chemistry from College of Charleston and an MBA in international business from The Citadel. For the past two years, she has overseen the South Carolina Immigrant Victim Program. Fluent in Spanish with some knowledge of French, Tagalog, and German, Marie works with crime victims who have cultural, linguistic and/or immigration barriers to obtaining justice. 

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Wednesday
September 4, 2013
Mutz graduates from The Citadel (scroll down)

Mark Andrew Mutz II of Franklin recently graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. Gen. Robert Cone, commander of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command at Fort Eustis, Va., delivered the commencement address. Cone congratulated the cadets for choosing to take the road less traveled when enrolling at The Citadel four years ago.

 

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Wednesday
September 4, 2013
Ryan Rawl ('04)Freedom Run

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Tuesday
September 3, 2013
“Meet the Bulldogs” (scrool down)

Citadel volleyball fans are invited to attend the team’s annual “Meet the Bulldogs” event at 6 p.m. Tuesday at McAlister Field House. The event is free and open to the public.

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Tuesday
September 3, 2013
Citadel prepares for Wofford

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Tuesday
September 3, 2013
Citadel QB back on punt return

The plan all along was for Citadel quarterback Ben Dupree to return punts this season. Dupree’s quick feet and shiftiness made him a natural for the job and might provide him a way to attract the attention of NFL scouts. And with junior Aaron Miller and promising redshirt freshman Trey White behind Dupree at QB, coach Kevin Higgins was not too worried about Dupree getting injured while catching punts.

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Monday
September 2, 2013
(cyber security conference)

The South Carolina Research Authority is organizing a regional cyber security conference that focuses on businesses and local governments.  The event will include speakers from the University of South Carolina, The Citadel, the U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency.

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Monday
September 2, 2013
Executive tems

Banking - Jeremy A. Jutzeler has joined Synovus Trust Co. as an assistant vice president and relationship manager based in the NBSC branch in downtown Charleston. He has more than 13 years of experience. Previously, he was with First Federal. He has a bachelor’s degree in financial management from Clemson University and a master’s in business administration from The Citadel.

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Monday
September 2, 2013
THE MAN WHO HELD
THE RIDGE

Retired Col. Ted Bell became The Citadel’s most-decorated World War II veteran for his valor in holding a rugged ridge on the Pacific island of Okinawa, but the deaths of so many of his men in his Easy Company of the 77th Infantry Division weighed on his mind as the decades passed. “It was hard on him when he was by himself,” his wife, Mary Hill Bell, said Wednesday at the premiere of an S.C. ETV documentary on the 93-year-old.

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Monday
September 2, 2013
Women’s soccer

Women’s soccer - Mariana Garcia drilled a shot into the top of the net with 54 seconds remaining in regulation, and neither team scored in the two overtime periods as The Citadel and Canisius played to a 1-1 tie at WLI Field.  The Bulldogs (1-2-1) had trailed since the final minute of the first half before Garcia took a pass from Jillian Meyer, dribbled through the Canisius (1-3-1) defense and fired a bullet over the head of goalkeeper Megan Tock.

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Sunday
September 1, 2013
Graduation rates

Graduation rates for S.C. colleges* Clemson University 81.6%

College of Charleston 68.8%

Francis Marion University 42.5%

Lander University 40.5%

S.C. State University 34.3%

The Citadel 65.8%

USC-Aiken 42.9%

USC-Beaufort 22.5%

USC-Columbia 72.4%

USC-Upstate 37.5%

Winthrop University 53.2%

*6-year graduation rate for students who began as first-time, full-time freshmen in the fall of 2006.

S.C. Commission on Higher Education

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Sunday
September 1, 2013
Retention rates

Freshman to sophomore retention rate at S.C. colleges.* Clemson University 91.3%

College of Charleston 81.4%

Francis Marion University 65.2%

Lander University 60.8%

S.C. State University 61.3%

The Citadel 83.4%

USC-Aiken 67.5%

USC-Beaufort 50.1%

USC-Columbia 87.2%

USC-Upstate 66.3%

Winthrop University 72.8%

*First-time, full-time freshmen who enrolled in the fall of 2011 and returned as sophomores in the fall of 2012.

S.C. Commision on Higher Education

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Sunday
September 1, 2013
Sen. Graham Will Face Constitutional Challengers in Primary

In an article published August 25, the New York Times provided a summary of three people who “have stepped forward to challenge Mr. Graham in the June primary: State Senator Lee Bright; Richard Cash, a former Congressional candidate; and Nancy Mace, the first woman to graduate from the Citadel and, at the moment, the challenger whose political star is rising the fastest.” Bright, the Times notes, “tends to support extremely conservative legislation.”

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