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The Citadel in the News: Archive

March 2015

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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
1. The Citadel introduces VMI's Duggar Baucom as new head basketball coach
The Citadel has announced the school will hire VMI head coach Duggar Baucom as the school's next head basketball coach. The Citadel held an introductory press conference Monday afternoon with Athletic Director Jim Senter and Baucom at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Monday's announcement of the new hire comes just two days after a source at The Citadel confirmed to Live 5 News that Baucom was next in line for the head coaching gig. "This is an exciting day for Citadel basketball," said Senter. "Duggar has a proven track record of success, not only on the court, but more importantly, in building young men of character off the court."
Broadcast on: WUPW-TV Toledo, OH
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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Broadcast on: WDBJ-TV Roanoke, VA
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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The Citadel Director of Athletics Jim Senter announced on Monday that Duggar Baucom has been named as the 30th head coach in men's basketball history. Baucom comes to The Citadel after a successful 10-year stint at VMI.
Broadcast on: WSET-TV Roanoke, VA
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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baucom basketball
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV Charleston, SC
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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mer VMI head coach Duggar Baucom is taking over Citadel men's basketball team. Citadel athletic director Jim Senter annou
Published in: ESPN.com
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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Broadcast on: WLTX-TV Columbia, SC
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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Published in: FoxNews.com
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
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Published in: The Telegraph
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March 31, 2015
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Broadcast on: WCBD-TV Charleston, SC
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
2. The Citadel names new provost
A member of Elon University's senior cabinet will become The Citadel's next provost and dean in July, according to a news release from the military college. Connie Ledoux Book, associate provost of academic affairs at the school in North Carolina, will replace Brig. Gen. Samuel M. Hines Jr., who will retire as provost and dean at the end of the academic year. As provost, Book will be responsible for all academic functions of the college and will be the second-ranking official at The Citadel, reporting directly to President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa.
Published in: Charleston Regional Business Journal
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
HR Books review reunites author with local classmates, friends
Members of the Bethany United Methodist Church book club in Gloucester recently enjoyed a visit by John Warley, author of several books including "A Southern Girl," released in 2014.. Under any other circumstances, this might simply have been another stop on Warley's book tour. However, the gathering of attendees that day made the event seem more like a reunion of sorts for the former Hampton Roads resident. Warley, who spent his early years in Charleston, S.C., moved to York County at the age of 10, when his father took a job at the Yorktown Naval Weapons Station. There, he and his siblings attended York High School, while his mother taught at Magruder Elementary School. Following his time in York County, Warley attended The Citadel in South Carolina and law school at the University of Virginia.
Published in: DailyPress.com
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Tuesday
March 31, 2015
The Citadel aiming for upset as 18th-ranked South Carolina visits Riley Park
Citadel baseball coach Fred Jordan knows that Bulldog fans would rather beat South Carolina than just about any other team on the schedule. But when The Citadel upset then 11th-ranked South Carolina, 10-8, at Riley Park a year ago, Jordan was already thinking about the Bulldogs’ series against Southern Conference rival Furman. "Our alumni enjoy beating South Carolina a whole lot more than I do," Jordan said after last year's victory. "I'd rather beat Western Carolina two out of three."
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. Citadel names Duggar Baucom men's head basketball coach
The Citadel Athletic Director Jim Senter announced today that Duggar Baucom will be the college's men’s head basketball coach. He comes to The Citadel from Virginia Military Institute where he led a successful program for 10 years. "This is an exciting day for Citadel basketball," said Senter. "Duggar has a proven track record of success, not only on the court, but more importantly, in building young men of character off the court." The Citadel will hold an introductory news conference with Senter and Baucom at 2 p.m. today at Johnson Hagood Stadium Club Level. Please RSVP to Pat Lee at 843-953-6779.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. Report: Baucom to leave VMI to develop into Citadel's basketball coach
new basketball coach
Published in: Sentry Review Grand Prairie, TX
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. The Citadel To Hire VMI''s Duggar Baucom As Basketball Coach
A source at The Citadel has confirmed to Live 5 News that the school will hire VMI head coach Duggar Baucom as the school's next head basketball coach. An announcement, barring any setbacks, could come either Monday or Tuesday. Baucom has spent the last 10 seasons as the head coach of the Keydets where he put together a record of 151-159 including going 75-91 in conference play which included 9 years in the Big South and last season back in the Southern Conference.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV Charleston, SC
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. The Citadel To Hire VMI's Duggar Baucom As Basketball Coach
A source at The Citadel has confirmed to Live 5 News that the school will hire VMI head coach Duggar Baucom as the school's next head basketball coach. An announcement, barring any setbacks, could come either Monday or Tuesday. Baucom has spent the last 10 seasons as the head coach of the Keydets where he put together a record of 151-159 including going 75-91 in conference play which included 9 years in the Big South and last season back in the Southern Conference.
Broadcast on: WUPW-TV Toledo, OH
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. The Citadel To Hire VMI's Duggar Baucom As Basketball Coach
A source at The Citadel has confirmed to Live 5 News that the school will hire VMI head coach Duggar Baucom as the school's next head basketball coach. An announcement, barring any setbacks, could come either Monday or Tuesday.
Broadcast on: WFXG-TV Augusta, GA
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. The Citadel To Hire VMI's Duggar Baucom As Basketball Coach
source at The Citadel has confirmed to Live 5 News that the school will hire VMI head coach Duggar Baucom as the school's next head basketball coach. An announcement, barring any setbacks, could come either Monday or Tuesday.
Broadcast on: WSFA-TV Montgomery, AL
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Monday
March 30, 2015
1. VMI's Duggar Baucom to lead The Citadel
new men's basketball coach
Published in: The Roanoke Times Roanoke, VA
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. Citadel accepting donations for football player DaSean Daniels
The Citadel is accepting donations to help defray the medical expenses of football player DaSean Daniels, who collapsed with a blood clot on his brain on March 10 and survived a two-hour emergency surgery at Medical University Hospital. Daniels, a freshman fullback from Lawrenceville, Ga., aims to return to The Citadel on Sunday, when cadets return from spring break. He had surgery last week to reattach a part of his skull that was removed during the first surgery.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. Citadel accepting donations on behalf of injured football player
In response to inquiries from members of the public wanting to aid Citadel football player DaSean Daniels, The Citadel has set up a fund to accept donations. Donations to the fund will be used to offset any medical expenses not covered by insurance and to help pay for expenses incurred by his family while they were by his side during his hospital stay in Charleston. On March 10, the fullback from Lawrenceville, Georgia, collapsed during a spring practice session and had to be rushed to the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) where he underwent emergency surgery for a subdural hematoma that occurred when a blood vessel burst in his brain.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. The Citadel Accepting Donations for Daniels
dasean daniels
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV Charleston, SC
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. The Citadel Accepting Donations for Daniels
In response to inquiries from members of the public wanting to aid Citadel football player DaSean Daniels, The Citadel has set up a fund to accept donations. Donations to the fund will be used to offset any medical expenses not covered by insurance and to help pay for expenses incurred by his family while they were by his side during his hospital stay in Charleston.
Broadcast on: WXFG-TV Augusta, GA
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. The Citadel Accepting Donations for Daniels
fund to accept donations. Donations to the fund will be used to offset any
Broadcast on: WSFA-TV Montgomery, AL
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Monday
March 30, 2015
2. The Citadel Accepting Donations for Daniels
In response to inquiries from members of the public wanting to aid Citadel football player DaSean Daniels, The Citadel has set up a fund to accept donations. Donations to the fund will be used to offset any medical expenses not covered by insurance and to help pay for expenses incurred by his family while they were by his side during his hospital stay in Charleston.
Broadcast on: WUPW-TV Toledo, OH
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Monday
March 30, 2015
3. Dr. Connie Ledoux Book named provost and dean of The Citadel
A respected senior leader from Elon University will become provost and dean of The Citadel early this summer. The Military College of South Carolina announced today that Connie Ledoux Book, Ph.D., currently the associate provost of academic affairs and a member of the senior cabinet at Elon, will begin leading academics at The Citadel in July. Book began at Elon University in 1999 as an assistant professor, eventually becoming a tenured professor, department chair, and associate dean, before advancing to her current roles there.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 30, 2015
4. More than a name in marble
US military training is best known for the big screen. Movies paint a gruesome picture of the first weeks in the service of Uncle Sam, with Full Metal Jacket and Jarhead as stand outs. Breaking the will, the decompensation of the mind, creates the perfect fighting machine. It is not necessarily an incorrect observation, but one without qualification. Training is needed to forge a unit that follows commands in wartime. But not only in the army do candidates undergo Bootcamp or what is called Hell Week. Also at American military academies, cadets are subject to a heavy introduction. From there, at least 40 percent of the men and women will go into active military service in 2015, and they are a showcase for the country. Formed by brutal workout, driven by honor and love. One of the academies is The Citadel. Seventy years ago: many students of that school in South Carolina left their homes and country. Before their graduation, they went into the military service to repel the Nazis in Europe. The price to be paid by many was painfully high; and then relatives should welcome the return of remains.
Published in: The Citadel Memorial Europe
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Monday
March 30, 2015
4. Richard Ebeling: Discrimination in Indiana - Private or Political?
Richard Ebeling is currently the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. Discrimination has become a "dirty word." It has come to carry the "politically incorrect" connotation of prejudice, hatefulness, racism, and cruel intolerance towards others in society. There is only one problem: which one of us does not discriminate? Indeed, everything we do reflects discriminating choices and decisions. The issue of discrimination has captured the headlines, once again, because of a recent law passed by the Indiana legislature and signed by the state's governor, which allows people to not associate with those who are "gay" under certain circumstances, if such association were to conflict with their religious beliefs concerning sexual relationships between those of the same gender.
Published in: EpicTimes.com
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Monday
March 30, 2015
5. Introducing The Citadel's most elite
When they move, people stop to watch. When they march, people gather along the streets to admire their ability to perform complex drills as a singular unit of excellence. Since 1932 The Citadel's Summerall Guards have provided precision drill performances and made appearances, representing the best of the best of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Each March, on the college's Corps Day, the next year's group of Summerall Guards is presented - 61 rising seniors who came out on the top of the list of juniors who put themselves through rigorous training and competitions in hopes of being selected. This year, the changing of the guards occurred on Summerall Field at 9 a.m. on Sat., March 13, which is the 172nd birthday of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 30, 2015
6. The Citadel Falls to Western Carolina in SoCon Opener
Western Carolina opened up a close game with three runs in the sixth, and The Citadel failed to take advantage of several scoring opportunities as the Catamounts handed the Bulldogs a 7-2 defeat in the opener of a three-game Southern Conference series on Friday. The Citadel (14-10, 0-1 SoCon) will look to even the series and snap a three-game losing streak in the middle game on Saturday at 2. The game can be seen on the SoCon Digital Network and heard on SportsRadio 1450 with Mike Legg calling the play-by-play.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 30, 2015
7. Catamounts Storm Back in Seventh to Rally Past Bulldogs
Western Carolina knocked out six hits and took advantage of two key errors in an eight-run seventh, rallying the Catamounts to a 12-5 victory over The Citadel to clinch the Southern Conference series. The Bulldogs (14-11, 0-2 SoCon) will look to snap a four-game losing streak and salvage the final game of the series on Sunday at 1 p.m. The game can be seen on the SoCon Digital Network and heard on SportsRadio 1450 with play-by-play announcer Mike Legg calling the action.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Friday
March 27, 2015
1. Citadel hires Connie Book as new provost
Connie Ledoux Book, the associate provost of academic affairs and a member of the senior cabinet at Elon in North Carolina, will begin leading academics at the military college in July, The Citadel announced in a press release. Book has a bachelor's degree in journalism from LSU, a master's degree in education from Northwestern State University and a Ph.D. in journalism from the University of Georgia.
Broadcast on: WCIV-TV
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Friday
March 27, 2015
2. Dr. Connie Ledoux Book named provost and dean of The Citadel
A respected senior leader from Elon University will become provost and dean of The Citadel early this summer. The Military College of South Carolina announced today that Connie Ledoux Book, Ph.D., currently the associate provost of academic affairs and a member of the senior cabinet at Elon, will begin leading academics at The Citadel in July. Book began at Elon University in 1999 as an assistant professor, eventually becoming a tenured professor, department chair, and associate dean, before advancing to her current roles there. "Dr. Connie Book is a student-centered educator with exceptional talent for academic leadership. During her time at Elon, she has earned the respect of her colleagues as a strategic and thoughtful administrator who strives to advance the university mission and strategic plan for the benefit of students," said Elon University President Leo M. Lambert. "We will miss her many contributions but wish her well as she applies her talents in this new leadership milestone at The Citadel."
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Friday
March 27, 2015
3. Connie Ledoux Book named provost at The Citadel
Connie Ledoux Book, Elon University's associate provost for academic affairs, an accomplished professor of communications and a member of the university's senior staff, has accepted the position of provost and dean at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. She begins her work as The Citadel's second-ranking official this summer. "We are pleased to welcome Dr. Connie Book as our new provost and dean of The Citadel," said Citadel President Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa. "She not only has the leadership and academic experience we sought, but she clearly embraces our mission. She is the perfect fit during this exciting time at The Citadel."
Published in: Elon.edu
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Friday
March 27, 2015
4. Deadly force: Police who kill rarely face criminal charges; Hummelstown case is rare
Allegations of the use of excessive force by police officers have engendered widespread outrage across communities and calls for deeper accountability and transparency in police work. But U.S. law enforcement officers are rarely charged with homicide as a result of their actions or conduct in the line of duty, even though thousands of people are killed each year by police officers. Even fewer are ever convicted. "In large part it's because the system recognizes that police officers are making split-second decisions in circumstances that are often very heated," said criminology professor Sean P. Griffin, interim department head of criminal justice at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. "We get the benefit of taking our time and walking through from 300 feet doing microscopic surgery on their detailed decisions. There's always deference to police. If you are assigning blame or motive, civilians are more willing to give police the benefit of the doubt."
Published in: PennLive.com
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Friday
March 27, 2015
5. In the Military: Summerall Guards
Matthew Kraft was recently named a 2016 Summerall Guard in the changing of the guard ceremony, in which the 2015 guard exchange rifles with the new platoon and give a drill demonstration. Kraft is a rising senior in political science at the military college at The Citadel in South Carolina. Since 1932, The Citadel's Summerall Guards have provided precision drill performances and made appearances, representing the best of the best of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.
Published in: New Milford Spectrum
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Friday
March 27, 2015
6. Local students make dean's list in fall of 2014
Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets Savannah Emmrich - Plainfield
Published in: The Herald News
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Friday
March 27, 2015
7. BMV announces new chief of staff: Citadel alumni
Kent Abernathy, commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), has announced a new chief of staff for the agency, Peter L. Lacy. Lacy recently served as national vice president of operations at FinishMaster Inc., which is the leading distributor of automotive coatings and associated products in the U.S. His previous experience includes process improvement, business model transformation and acquisition integration. "Peter is a great addition to the agency," Abernathy said. "His skills and background will help advance our progress and success at the BMV." Lacy is also active in the community and serves as chair of the Clinic Advisory Council for the School of Physical Education & Tourism Management at IUPUI. He is a board member of Junior Achievement and was previously board chair of Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis. Before earning his MBA from Xavier University, Lacy received his bachelor's degree from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, in Charleston.
Published in: The Flyer Group
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Friday
March 27, 2015
8. Catamounts, Bulldogs Square-Off on the SoCon Baseball Diamond
Two of the Southern Conference's baseball standard bearers square-off in league action this weekend as Western Carolina hosts The Citadel for a three-game series at Childress Field / Hennon Stadium beginning Friday evening. First pitch of the opener is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. with Saturday's game slated for 2:00 p.m. and the finale on Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. All three games will be broadcast on the SoCon Digital Network by the Catamount Sports Network with free, live streaming video online. Fans can also follow the games with live GameTracker through CatamountSports.com.
Published in: CatamountSports.com
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
1a. Superintendent Spearman Announces Student Advisory Council
State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman recently formed a Student Advisory Council to provide feedback from a student's perspective on education in South Carolina's classrooms. "Sometimes when we discuss important education issues, we forget to listen to those who are impacted the most by the decisions we make," said Spearman. "That is why, as State Superintendent, the first advisory group I wanted to form was focused on students. These individuals represent their peers across our state and will provide essential feedback directly to me on policies that affect their schools, families, and communities. I plan to meet with these students at least twice during the school year and work with them to move our education system forward." The following students are on the council: James McManus, The Citadel
Published in: Ed.SC.gov
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
1b. SC schools chief Spearman forms student advisory panel
State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman wants input from students on what it is like to attend S.C. schools. The Republican who took office in January has formed a student advisory panel made up of college, high- and middle-school students across the state, including from a private school. "Sometimes when we discuss important education issues, we forget to listen to those who are impacted the most by the decisions we make," Spearman said in a news release. "That is why... the first advisory group I wanted to form was focused on students. These individuals represent their peers across our state and will provide essential feedback directly to me on policies that affect their schools, families and communities." Spearman also announced an advisory committee made up of principals from around the state this month. Spearman said she plans to meet with the student-advisory panel at least twice this school year to hear their input. The following students are on the council: James McManus, The Citadel (Charleston)
Published in: The State
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
1c. SC schools chief Spearman forms student advisory panel
State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman wants input from students on what it is like to attend S.C. schools. The Republican who took office in January has formed a student advisory panel made up of college, high- and middle-school students across the state, including from a private school. "Sometimes when we discuss important education issues, we forget to listen to those who are impacted the most by the decisions we make," Spearman said in a news release. "That is why... the first advisory group I wanted to form was focused on students. These individuals represent their peers across our state and will provide essential feedback directly to me on policies that affect their schools, families and communities." Spearman also announced an advisory committee made up of principals from around the state this month. Spearman said she plans to meet with the student-advisory panel at least twice this school year to hear their input. The following students are on the council: James McManus, The Citadel (Charleston)
Published in: Island Packet
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
2. Citadel, College of Charleston teams join forces to save James Island rugby program
The annual battle for the Holy City Cup is one of the Lowcountry's most intense rugby rivalries, pitting sides from The Citadel and College of Charleston. "It is a fierce rivalry," said Nick Conners, who plays for the Cougars. "We take a week out of our year, and they take a week out of theirs, just to prepare for that match. That's how much we care about the rivalry." Players from both sides of the rivalry are taking time out of their schedule to save the fledgling rugby program at James Island Charter High School. After the club team's original coach had to leave, the program was in danger of folding after just one season until Citadel assistant coach Tommy Duffy and players from The Citadel and College of Charleston stepped in. "Rugby has taught me so much," said Citadel senior Zach Pritchett, one of the Bulldogs who is helping to coach the Trojans. "I started playing in high school like these guys, and I wanted to show them how great it is, and to help grow the sport."
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
3. JCSD teachers thankful for new literacy classes
Some teachers in the Jasper County School District are gaining a new experience and taking classes through a program offered by The Citadel. The Jasper County School District has partnered with The Citadel to offer literacy training. Dr. Dan Ouzts and Dr. Larry Daniel helped bring the program to the district along with superintendent Vashti Washington. The program allows qualified teachers to earn a Literacy Education Certificate.
Published in: Savannah Morning News
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
4. 22 Combat Veterans preparing for 175-mille challenge
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state's waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24. "Why 22? The answer is easy, we are doing this to bring attention to the fact that an average of 22 American combat veterans commit suicide every day," said Bobby Farmer, a Vietnam Veteran who heads Project Josiah Ministry which is leading the event. "We want to support this particular group of South Carolina veterans through this physically demanding and inspirational river journey, but we also want the 175-mile PTSD River Challenge to remind all Americans to be ever vigilant about helping combat veterans adjust to everyday life."
Published in: LowcountryBizSC.com
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
5. Jeb's South Carolina firewall fails to take shape
Twice before, South Carolina has delivered for the Bush family. In 1988, it famously served as George H.W. Bush's firewall after he finished third in Iowa. Twelve years later, it served the same role for George W. Bush after John McCain's New Hampshire victory. Below the radar, Santorum has spent considerable time on the ground since finishing third, with 17 percent, in the 2012 primary. He has two kids enrolled at The Citadel in Charleston, and his brother lives on nearby Kiawah Island.
Published in: Politico.com
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
6. Mtn. Grove School Board Candidates
Greg Tesch Brief biography: I was born in Colorado, and because my father was in the US Army, we continued to move around. I graduated from high school in Texas and completed my bachelor's degree at the US Air Force Academy, where I met my wife, the former Annette Martin, daughter of Lacy and Erika Martin. I was commissioned as an artillery officer in the US Marine Corps and served for 20 years before I retired as a Major in 2007. During that time, I deployed to 19 different countries and served in 12 different states. At each duty station, I made the effort to volunteer as much as I could in the communities where I lived. When I was stationed in South Carolina in the late 1990s, I served as a Marine Officer Instructor and Associate Professor of Naval Science at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in Charleston, for three years where I taught classes at every level, freshman through senior.
Published in: Mountain Grove News Journal
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
7. The Citadel narrows field for basketball coaching job
It's been two weeks since The Citadel fired basketball coach Chuck Driesell, and athletic director Jim Senter seems to be narrowing the field of prospective candidates. A source at the military school said the list of candidates for the job includes VMI coach Duggar Baucom and ex-Citadel assistant coach Doug Novak, now the head coach at Division III Bethel University in Arden Hills, Minn.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
8a. Shooters Named to Scholastic All-America Team
A total of 14 shooters from The Citadel have been named as Scholastic All-Americans by the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association for the 2014-15 season. The Citadel was tied with Tennessee-Martin for the most selections of any school in the nation. The Bulldog contingent is led by seniors Robert Jackson, Nathaniel Moy, Teddi Haliscak and Elizabeth Ordway. Juniors who earned spots on the team included Michael Chen, Jennifer Burch, Amber Mills, Haley Osmer and Fallon Weaver. Honored as a sophomore was John Hightower, and freshmen Matthew Davenport, Morgan Long, Colton Poole and Raven Wills were also recognized.
Published in: CitadelSports.com
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
8b. Big First Inning Powers Winthrop Past The Citadel
Winthrop scored five times in the first and went on to snap an eight-game losing streak to The Citadel, defeating the Bulldogs 11-4 on Tuesday in Rock Hill. The Eagles (16-8) earned a season split with The Citadel (14-9) after losing 6-5 at Riley Park last Wednesday. The last Winthrop win over the Bulldogs came on April 6, 2011. Brad Kaczka tripled three times and drove in five runs to pace Winthrop. He launched a three-base hit to right center to highlight a five-hit first that staked the Eagles to their early lead and added three more RBI on a triple in the fourth that built Winthrop's advantage to 9-1.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
8c. Easler signs with The Citadel
Harry Easler, a senior at Williamsburg Academy, committed to The Citadel to play football next fall. Easler was a four-year starter on the offensive line for the Stallions. Harry was a three-time All-Region selection, selected to the High School Sports Report All-Rookie Team, a three time All-State selection, and played in the North/South football game this season.
Published in: King Tree News
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Wednesday
March 25, 2015
9. William "Billy" Philpot, Jr. Citadel Alumni Obituary
There will be a celebration of the life well lived for William K. Philpot Jr. who joined the Church Triumphant Sunday, March 22, 2015. In November 2013, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He had cancer, but it never had him. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 29, at First Reformed Church, 210 Central Avenue, Landis, NC. The Rev. David Franks will officiate. The family will receive friends Sunday after the service at the church. Billy was the first child of Dr. William K. Philpot and Mae Bowles Philpot, born on their wedding anniversary, July 9, 1933, in Augusta, Ga. After graduation from Richmond Academy in Augusta and to his father's delight, he chose to attend The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. He wears The Ring as a proud member of the Class of '55. As a first-class (senior) cadet he was a member of the Summerall Guards, a precision drill platoon. Becoming a member of the Guards is considered one of the highest achievements for a cadet at The Citadel.
Published in: IndependentTribune.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
1. The 25 Public Colleges Where Students Graduate The Fastest
The schools that will help you avoid the wasted time and added expense of spending a fifth year (or more) in the classroom. One casualty of the ongoing budget problems and overcrowding at public colleges is speed. The average time public college students take to earn what used to be called a "four-year degree" is currently about 4.6 years.
Published in: Time.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
2. Combat veterans in S.C. prepare for a challenge unlike any other
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state’s waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24. "Why 22? The answer is easy, we are doing this to bring attention to the fact that an average of 22 American combat veterans commit suicide every day," said Bobby Farmer, a Vietnam Veteran who heads Project Josiah Ministry which is leading the event. "We want to support this particular group of South Carolina veterans through this physically demanding and inspirational river journey, but we also want the 175-mile PTSD River Challenge to remind all Americans to be ever vigilant about helping combat veterans adjust to everyday life."
Published in: LowcountryToday.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
2. Combat veterans in S.C. prepare for a challenge unlike any other
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state’s waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24. "Why 22? The answer is easy, we are doing this to bring attention to the fact that an average of 22 American combat veterans commit suicide every day," said Bobby Farmer, a Vietnam Veteran who heads Project Josiah Ministry which is leading the event. "We want to support this particular group of South Carolina veterans through this physically demanding and inspirational river journey, but we also want the 175-mile PTSD River Challenge to remind all Americans to be ever vigilant about helping combat veterans adjust to everyday life."
Published in: JournalScene.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
2. Combat veterans in S.C. prepare for a challenge unlike any other
combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back
Published in: The Digitel
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
2. Combat Veterans in S.C. Prepare for Challenge Unlike Any Other
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state's waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24.
Published in: HighBeam.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
3. Richard Ebeling: Keynesian Central Banker Induced Credit Bubbles and More Centrally Planned Credit Bubbles Coming Soon
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed Austrian School Economist and author Richard Ebeling. Richard is currently the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. He also writes Austrian School of Economics books and occasionally writes for the Mises Institute. During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Richard to explain the differences between the 3 major schools of economics: Keynesian, Monetarist and Austrian School of Economics. Richard goes in depth and into great detail on the origins and core philosophies of all 3 major schools of economic thought.
Published in: InvestmentWatchBlog.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
4. Citadel basketball's Jake Wright requests transfer release
Citadel basketball player Jake Wright, who made the Southern Conference all-freshman team last season, has requested a release to transfer from the military school, a school spokesman has confirmed. The request has been denied until The Citadel hires a new coach, the spokesman said. Wright's request was first reported by scoutsfocus.com. Wright, a 6-4 guard from Hopkins, Minn., averaged 8.9 points in 29 games for the Bulldogs last season. He shot 42.1 percent from 3-point range, tied for third in the SoCon.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
5. Bulldogs Head to Winthrop and Western This Week
The Citadel baseball team visits Winthrop on Tuesday in the makeup of an earlier rainout before opening Southern Conference play this weekend at Western Carolina. The Bulldogs begin the week with a record of 14-8, a mark built on the strength of a nine-game winning streak that ended in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against UMBC. The Citadel went 10-4 on its recently completed 14-game homestand.
Published in: CitadelSports.com
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Tuesday
March 24, 2015
6. Winthrop baseball faces The Citadel, USC Upstate in midweek action
The Winthrop baseball team will look to even the score as it plays host to The Citadel on Tuesday and USC Upstate on Wednesday. The Eagles (15-8, 1-2 Big South) dropped games to both teams earlier in the year, playing each less than 24 hours after wins over Clemson and South Carolina. Both of this week's games are scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Winthrop Ballpark.
Published in: The Herald
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Monday
March 23, 2015
1. Combat veterans in S.C. prepare for a challenge unlike any other
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state’s waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24. "Why 22? The answer is easy, we are doing this to bring attention to the fact that an average of 22 American combat veterans commit suicide every day," said Bobby Farmer, a Vietnam Veteran who heads Project Josiah Ministry which is leading the event. "We want to support this particular group of South Carolina veterans through this physically demanding and inspirational river journey, but we also want the 175-mile PTSD River Challenge to remind all Americans to be ever vigilant about helping combat veterans adjust to everyday life."
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 23, 2015
2. Combat veterans in S.C. prepare for a challenge unlike any other
A group of combat veterans in South Carolina is preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges they have faced since coming back home from Iraq, Afghanistan and other regions of conflict. The 175-mile PTSD River Challenge will take 22 combat veterans from all branches of the military on an eight-day kayak/canoe and camping journey through the state's waterways from Columbia to Charleston April 17-24. "Why 22? The answer is easy, we are doing this to bring attention to the fact that an average of 22 American combat veterans commit suicide every day," said Bobby Farmer, a Vietnam Veteran who heads Project Josiah Ministry which is leading the event. "We want to support this particular group of South Carolina veterans through this physically demanding and inspirational river journey, but we also want the 175-mile PTSD River Challenge to remind all Americans to be ever vigilant about helping combat veterans adjust to everyday life."
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 23, 2015
3. Citadel presents new class of Summerall Guards
When they move, people stop to watch. Since 1932 The Citadel's Summerall Guards have provided precision drill performances and made appearances, representing the best-of-the-best of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Each March, on the college's Corps Day, the next year's group of Summerall Guards is presented - 61 rising seniors who came out on the top of the list of juniors who put themselves through rigorous training and competitions in hopes of being selected.
Published in: The Times and Democrat
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Monday
March 23, 2015
4. Citadel Cadet Robert Waldrop joins the Class of 2016 Summerall Guards
When they move, people stop to watch. Since 1932 The Citadel's Summerall Guards have provided precision drill performances and made appearances, representing the best of the best of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Each March, on the college's Corps Day, the next year's group of Summerall Guards is presented - 61 rising seniors who came out on the top of the list of juniors who put themselves through rigorous training and competitions in hopes of being selected. On March 13, Robert Waldrop, of South Plainfield, New Jersey, was christened as a 2016 Summerall Guard in the much anticipated changing of the guard ceremony, in which the 2015 guard exchange rifles with the new platoon and give a drill demonstration. Waldrop is a rising senior in Criminal Justice at the Military College of South Carolina.
Published in: Tap into South Plainfield
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Monday
March 23, 2015
5. The Citadel Directors' Institute Event
A Morgan Stanley board member, a former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice, and a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board are among the nationally renowned leaders participating in The Citadel Directors' Institute (CDI) to be held May 1. Registration is currently underway for the one-day program which is hosted annually by The Citadel School of Business. This will be the sixth year for the event which will take place from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Charleston's Francis Marion Hotel located at 387 King St.
Published in: CharlestonCVB.com
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Monday
March 23, 2015
6. Clyburn aide hiring may be a clear pro-Hillary signal
Word that a longtime aide to U.S. Rep. James Clyburn is poised to run Hillary Clinton's presidential effort in South Carolina is a clear signal he'll be out early and often for her this year, some Democrats believe. Clay Middleton, a Citadel graduate and experienced political organizer with deep roots in the state, will be Clinton's South Carolina campaign director, running her bid in the Democrat's first foray into the South.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 23, 2015
7. Richard Ebeling More Centrally Planned Credit Bubbles Coming Soon
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed Austrian School Economist and author Richard Ebeling. Richard is currently the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. He also writes Austrian School of Economics books and occasionally writes for the Mises Institute. During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Richard to explain the differences between the 3 major schools of economics: Keynesian, Monetarist and Austrian School of Economics. Richard goes in depth and into great detail on the origins and core philosophies of all 3 major schools of economic thought.
Published in: SilverIsTheNew.com
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Monday
March 23, 2015
8. 'Why We Lost' author, retired Lt. Gen. Daniel Bolger, to speak at FTCC
A retired three-star general who has been critical of the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will speak this week in Fayetteville. Retired Lt. Gen. Daniel Bolger will speak at Fayetteville Technical Community College on Friday. The public lecture will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Cumberland Hall Auditorium and will be followed by a signing of Bolger's book, "Why We Lost: A General's Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars." Bolger commanded Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan, the 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood and the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana, during his 35-year Army career. A graduate of the Citadel in South Carolina, Bolger never served at Fort Bragg. He is a distinguished visiting scholar in the School of Public and International Affairs at N.C. State University.
Published in: Fayetteville Observer
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Monday
March 23, 2015
9. Hires and promotions: Citadel alumni
Jeff Carper and Amelia Smith have been promoted in the Charleston office of Weston & Sampson. Carper is project manager. He has more than 20 years of experience in engineering design for municipal infrastructure and private projects. He has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from The Citadel. Smith is senior marketing coordinator. She has a bachelor's degree in marketing from the University of South Carolina and a master's in business administration from The Citadel.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 23, 2015
Bulldogs Extend Streak to Eight by Downing UMBC
The Citadel scored 12 times over the first three innings and coasted to a 13-6 victory over UMBC in the opener of a three-game series Friday at Riley Park. The Bulldogs (13-7) extended their winning streak to eight in the first-ever meeting with the Retrievers (4-8) on the diamond. The series concludes Saturday with a 2 p.m. doubleheader which can be seen free of charge on the SoCon Digital Network. The winning streak is the longest since The Citadel ran off 10 in a row from April 12-27, 2013.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 23, 2015
Bulldogs Split with UMBC; Win Streak Ends at Nine
Skylar Hunter tied the all-time Southern Conference saves record in a 5-3 Citadel win over UMBC in the opening game of Saturday's doubleheader at Riley Park before the Retrievers salvaged the final game of the series with an 8-5 victory in the nightcap. The loss in the second game snapped The Citadel's nine-game winning streak and brought a 14-game homestand to an end. The Bulldogs (14-8) play at Winthrop on Tuesday in the makeup of an earlier rainout before opening SoCon play at Western Carolina next weekend.
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Friday
March 20, 2015
1. Citadel Recognizes 4 Outstanding Leaders!

They have distinguished themselves through their leadership and service to The Citadel, the community, and the state of South Carolina. Now they are among those who have received one of the college's most elite recognitions, The Palmetto Medal.  The Palmetto Medal Award was created by the college's Board of Visitors to recognize cadets, faculty, staff or alumni for exceptional performance that reflects great credit on the college or the state of South Carolina. The Palmetto Medal is the second highest honor bestowed by the college. The first is an honorary degree. The awards were presented to the following four recipients during a Corps Day ceremony on March 14, 2015:

Published in: AMCSUS News - website
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Friday
March 20, 2015
A discussion of leadership with the commandant of cadets at The Citadel

The newest commandant is Captain Eugene F. Paluso, U.S. Navy (Ret). Paluso returned to his alma mater in the summer of 2014 to lead the Corps where his career began. A member of the Class of 1989, he graduated from The Citadel with a degree in mathematics before receiving his commission as an ensign in the U.S. Navy. He served as a Navy SEAL, eventually becoming the commander of Navy Special Warfare Group 3 consisting of 700 SEALS and support staff.  He has led men and women in combat at all levels around the world. His service awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal ,Meritorious Service Medal (2), Joint Commendation Medal (2), Navy Commendation Medal (5), Joint Achievement Medal, and the Navy Achievement Medal. The following conversation is between Capt. Paluso (EP) and Logan Hester (LH), the 2014-15 Regimental Public Affairs Officer for the Corps, majoring in civil engineering at The Citadel.

Published in: Citadel Newsroom - website
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Friday
March 20, 2015
Richard Ebeling: More Centrally Planned Credit Bubbles Coming Soon!
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed Austrian School Economist and author Richard Ebeling. Richard is currently the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.   During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Richard to explain the differences between the 3 major schools  of economics: Keynesian, Monetarist and Austrian School of Economics.  Richard goes in depth and into great detail on the origins and core philosophies of all 3 major schools of economic thought.
Published in: Investment Watch - website

Thursday
March 19, 2015
1. Dad says Citadel football player who collapsed is recovering from final surgery
DaSean Daniels is quickly recovering in a downtown Charleston hospital from a scary collapse on the football field on Tuesday, March 10. Daniels' father says his son is progressing well, and that the doctors who operated on his son's brain to reduce the swelling they found came in Thursday morning (March 12) to remove his breathing tube. David Daniels said since then his son has been talking with his football coaches at The Citadel. He's even asked about what happened during Tuesday's practice. DaSean Daniels remembers falling, but he does have some problems with remembering a few things.
Broadcast on: WCIV-TV
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
1. Potential 2016 candidate Jeb Bush makes stop at MUSC
The long road to the White House has always passed through South Carolina early and often. But a possible contender made an early stop Wednesday at the Medical University of South Carolina. After high-profile trips to Columbia, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach, the former Florida governor wanted a low-key stop in the Lowcountry. Jeb Bush knows South Carolina treated his brother well several years ago in his campaign for president, and he's hoping that love still lingers now. Citadel political science professor Dubose Kapeluck isn't surprised to see another possible presidential candidate make a stop in Charleston. "South Carolina is a hot spot for Republicans - and Democrats, too - but particularly Republicans," he said.
Broadcast on: WCIV-TV
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
2. What an interest rate hike could mean for your money
Will they or won't they? The language in Wednesday's release from the Fed's Open Market Committee gave analysts and investors some more clues about how soon the central bank could raise interest rates. While the committee dropped the word "patient" from its post-meeting statement, it made clear that "an increase in the target range for the federal funds rate remains unlikely at the April FOMC meeting," a phrase missing from previous communiques. And while the long-term result of a rate increase will be positive for consumers, short term, it's likely to be costly, said economist Richard Ebeling, the BB&T distinguished professor of ethics and free enterprise leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. "This entire time of quantitative easing has meant they have had access to artificially low interest costs for consumer loans, auto loans, home loans," he said. "Even a modest increase by the Fed will start nudging up all the related interest rates."
Published in: CNBC.com
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
2015 Palmetto Awards presented for excellence in leadership at The Citadel
They have distinguished themselves through their leadership and service to The Citadel, the community, and the state of South Carolina. Now they are among those who have received one of the college's most elite recognitions, The Palmetto Award. The Palmetto Medal Award was created by the college's Board of Visitors to recognize cadets, faculty, staff or alumni for exceptional performance that reflects great credit on the college or the state of South Carolina. The Palmetto Medal is the second highest honor bestowed by the college. The first is an honorary degree. The awards were presented to the following four recipients during a Corps Day ceremony on March 14, 2015.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
3. Citadel Directors' Institute to connect SC executives with national leaders
A Morgan Stanley board member, a former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice, and a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board are among the nationally renowned leaders participating in The Citadel Directors' Institute (CDI) to be held May 1. Registration is currently underway for the one-day program which is hosted annually by The Citadel School of Business. This will be the sixth year for the event which will take place from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. at Charleston's Francis Marion Hotel located at 387 King St.
Published in: LowcountryBizSC.com
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
4. National leaders in science, health and sport business recognized for innovation
South Carolina scientists and mathematicians leading the country in their career achievements are now among those honored by The Citadel Academy of Science and Mathematics. The academy honored professionals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership in their work. The academy's annual awards event was held on March 12 and included highlights of the innovative work being accomplished by cadets, students and their faculty advisors as well as major initiatives underway within The Citadel School of Science and Mathematics.
Published in: LowcountryBizSC.com
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
5. Organ in Historic Summerall Chapel undergoing complex restoration
The heart of The Citadel's historic Summerall Chapel is getting a complex makeover. The first part of a three-phase plan to rebuild the chapel's organ is now complete and extensive sound tests to voice the organ have been conducted. Now, in its new, hand crafted console, the organ will debut with its new look and sound during the 9 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 15, as part of Corps Day Weekend.
Published in: LowcountryBizSC.com
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
6. 25 College-Inspired Baby Names for Little Boys With Big Futures
The days of exams, textbooks, and overnight visits to the library might be over for you, but that doesn't mean that the college days have lost their influence. In fact, those schooling years could help you make one more major decision in life: picking a baby name for your little boy. In fact, all that time you spent walking the hallowed halls and furiously taking notes could actually influence your little guy's name. And there is plenty of inspiration to be found. Check out the list of top collegiate baby names for boys: 1.Benedict: No, it has nothing to do with the famous Cumberbatch, but Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina is the collegiate inspiration for this school-themed name. 2.Charleston: There's the University of Charleston (in West Virginia), and the College of Charleston (in South Carolina), which are just a couple of the collegiate connections with the name. The SC city is also home to The Citadel, one of the country's six senior military colleges.
Published in: CafeMom.com
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
Athlete of the Week, Citadel alumni: Astros' Asher Wojciechowski
Asher Wojciechowski has always been a special pitched, from Beaufort High to The Citadel, a first round pick through four years in the minor leagues, but this may be his year to be widely known. ABC Sports 4 caught up with Wojciechowski during spring training with the Astros. For the first round pick, the expectations are always there, and now the reality is very close. "It's still a dream of mine, that is why I work hard to one day get that opportunity and make the best of it," he said.
Broadcast on: WCIV-TV
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
Sawyer Root completes a remarkable prep career
It took Sawyer Root just a little longer than he expected to clinch his third consecutive state wrestling championship at the Silver Spurs Arena Saturday. All the way into the second period. "I just had a little trouble with my ride, I got sloppy," he said. "Once I got it reversed, I didn't have any trouble." Root, a long and lean 6-4 senior who will compete for The Citadel on scholarship next season, was dominant.
Published in: Osceola News-Gazette
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
The Citadel Rallies in Ninth to Defeat Winthrop
Drew Ellis produced his second game-winning hit in as many nights, doubling home pinch runner Shy Phillips to cap a two-run uprising in the bottom of the ninth as The Citadel posted a 6-5 win over Winthrop on Wednesday at Riley Park. The Citadel (12-7) won its seventh in a row by rallying against Eagle closer Joey Strain. Austin Mapes led off with a single and advanced to second on a passed ball. With one out, Stephen Windham singled to center for his third hit and second RBI, plating Mapes with the tying run.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Thursday
March 19, 2015
VMI basketball coach likes Citadel, source says
VMI basketball coach Duggar Baucom's name continues to surface in regard to The Citadel's search for a replacement for Chuck Driesell, who was fired March 9 after five seasons as Bulldogs' head coach. Baucom didn't return a telephone message left Tuesday regarding the opening. However, a source close to the 10-year Keydets coach said that he's interested in the job and will interview soon - if he hasn't already - with Bulldogs athletic director Jim Senter.
Published in: The Roanoke Times
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Wednesday
March 18, 2015
1. Clinton taps longtime Clyburn aide ('03) to run South Carolina campaign (news roundup)

Hillary Rodham Clinton has selected a longtime aide to Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) to run her South Carolina primary campaign, according to Democratic officials familiar with the move. Clay Middleton, a grassroots political organizer in South Carolina with deep ties in the state's African American, faith and military communities, is slated to serve as Clinton's South Carolina state director and oversee her first-in-the-South primary campaign. 

Washington Post - http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2015/03/17/clinton-taps-longtime-clyburn-aide-to-run-south-carolina-campaign/

Post and Courier - http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150317/PC1603/150319368

FOX News - http://www.wach.com/news/story.aspx?id=1179154

CNN - http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/17/politics/hillary-clinton-2016-election-staff/

WCIV-TV 4 (Charleston) - http://www.abcnews4.com/story/28548635/clinton-taps-sc-campaign-head

The State - http://www.thestate.com/2015/03/17/4052572_sources-clinton-taps-longtime.html?rh=1

The Hill - http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/236012-clinton-adds-doj-spokesman-to-team

The Register Guard - http://projects.registerguard.com/apf/politics/us-dem-2016-clinton-south-carolina/

The Herald (Rock Hill) - http://www.heraldonline.com/news/state/south-carolina/article15231350.html

 

Published in: Washington Post - website
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Wednesday
March 18, 2015
2. Citadel Directors’ Institute to connect SC executives with national leaders

A Morgan Stanley board member, a former Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice, and a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board are among the nationally renowned leaders participating in The Citadel Directors’ Institute (CDI) to be held May 1. Registration is currently underway for the one-day program which is hosted annually by The Citadel School of Business. This will be the sixth year for the event which will take place from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Charleston’s Francis Marion Hotel located at 387 King St.

Published in: Citadel Newsroom - website
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Wednesday
March 18, 2015
2.1 Young Cherokee (academic news)

Dalton Trevino, of Canton, recently was recognized by The Citadel, in Charleston, S.C., for excellence in leadership, service and academics. Trevino was among 47 other graduates including cadets, veterans and active duty students. Trevino, a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, earned a Bachelor of Science in physical education. 

Published in: Ledger-News - website
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Wednesday
March 18, 2015
3. Wounded Warriors softball team brings ‘no quit’ message to Citadel game

 Leonard Anderson and his military service dog, Azza, were on patrol about a mile from their base camp in Kandahar Province in Afghanistan. This was July 28, 2012, and Anderson and Azza were doing a routine check for improvised explosive devices. “My job was to find IEDs to allow safe passage for our soldiers,” said Anderson, a member of the Air Force security forces. “The last thing I remember is hearing a ping. Then, I felt like I was hanging in the air.”  Anderson, 31 and a graduate of Northwestern High School in Rock Hill, will play catcher or designated hitter for the Wounded Warriors.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
March 18, 2015
4. Citadel 4, Ga. Southern 3

Drew Ellis slammed a long home run to break a tie in the sixth inning, and Citadel pitching blanked Georgia Southern over the final eight frames in a victory over the Eagles on Tuesday night at Riley Park.  The Bulldogs won their sixth in a row to improve to 11-7 while completing a sweep of the home-and-home series against their former Southern Conference rival. The winning streak is the longest since a 10-game run from April 12-27, 2013. Georgia Southern fell to 12-10.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
1. Citadel player DaSean Daniels: 'Support has been overwhelming' since collapse at practic
The row of staples starts near the front of DaSean Daniels' skull, running back over the top of his head and behind his right ear to form a 'C'. That's where doctors cut out a piece of his skull to remove a blood clot that formed after a vein burst inside his head a week ago. "I'm getting a lot better every day," Daniels said Monday while sitting up in bed in his room at Medical University Hospital. "I have headaches now and then, but that's about the worst of it." Daniels, a freshman football player at The Citadel, remembers little about the March 10 practice when he collapsed and nothing about the two-hour emergency surgery he underwent that night.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
2. Cotton Wedding to support veterans relief fund
Watch a mock wedding, catch the latest bridal trends and meet a wide range of vendors, all while helping veterans in the Lowcountry. The Citadel Beach Club, one of the area's most desirable wedding venues, will host The Cotton Wedding on March 27 at 6 p.m. The house is located right on the beach on Isle of Palms at 4700 Palm Blvd., just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston. The Cotton Wedding is presented by Brinko Ties and Kendal Leonard Designs, with the proceeds from ticket sales and donations benefiting The Citadel Emergency Relief Fund for Veterans and Military Students.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
2. SC State board fires President Elzey
The South Carolina State University board of trustees voted to fire suspended president Thomas Elzey on Monday, three weeks after placing him on administrative leave and just hours after a state judge gave them the legal ability to do so. Elzey was placed on paid leave by the board last month and said he was told to clean out his office. But he filed a breach-of-contract suit before the board acted further, saying the trustees never gave a cause for firing him. Circuit Judge Edgar Dickson initially ordered a stay in the case but eventually sided with the board on Monday.
Broadcast on: South Carolina Radio Network
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
3. Business Ethics and Moral Market Conduct
A recently released report on the degree of confidence that Americans have in the country's leading political and economic institutions showed that few of these institutions are held in high regard by the public. The survey was conducted by NORC, a respected research organization at the University of Chicago. It was found that only 11 percent of those asked expressed significant confidence in the institution of the presidency of the United States. About 23 percent of the citizenry expressed positive confidence in the Supreme Court. But, seemingly, no one has confidence in the United States Congress. Only 7 percent of Democrats and 5 percent of Republicans expressed any great deal of confidence in the legislative branch of the Federal government.
Published in: EpicTimes.com
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
On Saturday, the Citadel hosted the 5th Annual Beautiful Bulldog contest. For the first time, puppies joined the adult dogs in their very own Puppies in Training category, ready to launch their futures into stardom. Thirty-seven hopeful pooches, some dressed in full costume, gathered to determine "Who is the most beautiful?" Other categories included Best Smile, Best Coat/Markings, Costume, Personality/Congeniality, and Best Physique.
Broadcast on: WJZ-TV Baltimore, MD
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: KCTV Kansas City, MO
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: KHSL-TV Chico, CA
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
2015 Beautiful Bulldog contest
Broadcast on: KTVL-TV Medford, OR
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
2015 beautiful bulldog contest
Broadcast on: KMAX-TV Sacramento, CA
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
4. 2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
2015 beautiful bulldog contest
Broadcast on: WFMY-TV Greensboro, NC
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
5. A grandmother's love: Strong enough to stop abortion?
What would you do if your unborn grandchild was about to be aborted against your wishes? Unfortunately, grandparents don't have many legal rights when it comes to these decisions if the pregnant woman is over the age of 18. Lenora Livingston found out about her son's unborn child back in 1982 while the mother was considering abortion. The author and former teacher is now sharing a miraculous story with readers in her new book, "Where's Stephanie." Lenora Livingston was born in Maryland, but has lived in South Carolina most of her life. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of South Carolina and continued postgraduate studies at The Citadel.
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
6. Coaching Rumors: Charlotte, The Citadel, and Others Looking for a Replacement
The Citadel Bulldogs Late last week the rumor came out that The Citadel was heavily pursuing VMI head coach Duggar Baucom and that the interest was mutual. Obviously Baucom has been very successful at a school very similar to The Citadel and would be a great fit for the Bulldogs. Baucom's name has come up in rumors before, like with Furman and Appalachian State the past few years, but this one seems more likely to stick than some of the others.
Broadcast on: WSB-TV Atlanta, GA
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Tuesday
March 17, 2015
7. Winthrop baseball faces South Carolina, The Citadel in midweek action
The Winthrop baseball team will begin a two-game road slate with No. 7 South Carolina on Tuesday at 7 p.m., followed by The Citadel on Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Published in: The Herald
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. baCitadel hosts 'Beautiful Bulldog' competition
On Saturday, the Citadel hosted the 5th Annual Beautiful Bulldog contest. For the first time, puppies joined the adult dogs in their very own Puppies in Training category, ready to launch their futures into stardom. Thirty-seven hopeful pooches, some dressed in full costume, gathered to determine "Who is the most beautiful?" Other categories included Best Smile, Best Coat/Markings, Costume, Personality/Congeniality, and Best Physique.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: WLNS-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
DOZENS OF BULLDOGS PUT ON THEIR BEST POUTS, COMPETING IN THE BEAUTIFUL BULLDOG CONTEST AT THE CITADEL IN CHARLESTON.
Broadcast on: WBTV Charlotte, NC
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: WIVB-TV Buffalo, NY
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: KOTV Tulsa, OK
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: WOWK-TV Charleston, WV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Beautiful Bulldogs
2015 Beautiful Bulldog Contest
Broadcast on: WNCT-TV Greenville, NC
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Citadel hosts 'Beautiful Bulldog' competition
On Saturday, the Citadel hosted the 5th Annual Beautiful Bulldog contest. For the first time, puppies joined the adult dogs in their very own Puppies in Training category, ready to launch their futures into stardom.
Broadcast on: WFXG-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1. Citadel hosts 'Beautiful Bulldog' competition
Their family members were eager to emphasize their own canine
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1a. Walmart CEO speaks at Citadel's ethics symposium
Thursday, the CEO of one of Charleston's biggest employers and one of the biggest companies in the world stopped by The Citadel. Doug McMillon, the head of Walmart took part of in the school's ethics symposium, which is a two-day event that continues on Friday. Thursday's panel started featured Harvey Schiller, an alum and former CEO of Global Options Group, Dr. Richard M. Ebeling, the Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership, Clemson Turregano, an alum and director of the Center for Creative Leadership across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and Nancy Mace, an alum and commercial realtor, author, and former marketing executive.
Published in: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1b. Mayor Joe P. Riley receives prestigious Krause Center Leadership Award
A mayor who has set unprecedented values, bridged cultural gaps and fostered significant urban development was honored as the recipient of one of The Citadel's most prestigious awards. Mayor Joe P. Riley, Jr., a graduate of the Class of 1964, was selected to receive the 2015 Krause Center Award for Distinguished Service, Leadership, and Ethics. The award is presented annually by The Citadel's Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics to a Citadel graduate who exemplifies the highest ideals of leadership through integrity and service to others.
Published in: The Digitel
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1c. Mayor Joe P. Riley receives prestigious Krause Center Leadership Award
A mayor who has set unprecedented values, bridged cultural gaps and fostered significant urban development was honored as the recipient of one of The Citadel’s most prestigious awards. Mayor Joe P. Riley, Jr., a graduate of the Class of 1964, was selected to receive the 2015 Krause Center Award for Distinguished Service, Leadership, and Ethics. The award is presented annually by The Citadel's Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics to a Citadel graduate who exemplifies the highest ideals of leadership through integrity and service to others.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1d. National leaders in science, health and sport business recognized for innovation
South Carolina scientists and mathematicians leading the country in their career achievements are now among those honored by The Citadel Academy of Science and Mathematics. The academy honored professionals who have demonstrated exemplary leadership in their work. The academy's annual awards event was held on March 12 and included highlights of the innovative work being accomplished by cadets, students and their faculty advisors as well as major initiatives underway within The Citadel School of Science and Mathematics.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1e. Integrity, fitness and leadership set these upcoming seniors apart from the rest
When they move, people stop to watch. When they march, people gather along the streets of cities across the state and the nation to admire their ability to perform complex drills as a singular unit of excellence. Since 1932 The Citadel's Summerall Guards have provided precision drill performances and made appearances, representing the best of the best of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1f. Organ in Historic Summerall Chapel undergoing complex restoration
The heart of The Citadel's historic Summerall Chapel is getting a complex makeover. The first part of a three-phase plan to rebuild the chapel's organ is now complete and extensive sound tests to voice the organ have been conducted. Now, in its new, hand crafted console, the organ will debut with its new look and sound during the 9 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 15, as part of Corps Day Weekend.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1g. Citadel football player DaSean Daniels in fair condition, out of ICU
Citadel football player DaSean Daniels was upgraded to fair condition and moved out of intensive care at Medical University Hospital on Friday, according to MUSC officials and his father. Daniels, a freshman fullback from Lawrenceville, Ga., collapsed near the end of a Tuesday practice and underwent two hours of emergency surgery to relieve pressure on his skull. His father, David Daniels, said doctors believe a vein became detached in his head, causing bleeding in the brain.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 16, 2015
1h. Citadel alumni to honor their own with traditional muster
Later this week, local Citadel alumni will gather at a Fayetteville restaurant and honor those veterans who have been lost in the past year. Part of a tradition that started in 1998 - and one that mirrors a similar, much older tradition at Texas A&M - the Citadel Alumni Muster recognizes "the long gray line of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets who have passed away during the preceding year." Fayetteville and Fort Bragg are home to at least 200 Citadel alumni, officials said. Many of them will honor those lost at the Orchid Garden at 5048 Yadkin Road on Saturday.
Published in: Fayetteville Observer
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Monday
March 16, 2015
Clutch Hits by Walsh, Windham Rally The Citadel
Connor Walsh and Stephen Windham both drove in two runs in a five-run sixth, rallying The Citadel from a 3-1 deficit and an eventual 7-4 victory over Lafayette to clinch the weekend series. The Bulldogs have won four in a row to improve to 9-7 while Lafayette dropped to 1-5. The Citadel will go for the sweep Sunday at 1 p.m. in a game that can be seen on the SoCon Digital Network. The Citadel trailed 3-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth and had two on with two outs when Johnathan Stokes hit a sinking liner to center that a charging Drew Aherne was unable to corral, bringing in the first run of the inning.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
College baseball roundup: Citadel completes sweep
Bailey Rush and Philip Watcher homered to lead off the bottom of the fourth, triggering a six-run inning that powered The Citadel to its fifth straight win, a 16-2 victory over Lafayette on Sunday at Riley Park. The Bulldogs (10-7) swept the three-game series and are in the midst of their longest winning streak since running off 10 in a row from April 12-27, 2013. It was the second sweep of the year for The Citadel, which also took three in a row from Air Force to open the 2015 season.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 16, 2015
Strong Pitching Carries Bulldogs Past Lafayette
Freshman left-hander JP Sears tossed six innings of four-hit ball and struck out a season-high eight to give The Citadel a 3-1 win over Lafayette in the opener of a three-game series on Friday at Riley Park. Game two has been rescheduled for Saturday at 11 a.m. due to the threat of rain later in the day and can be seen live on the SoCon Digital Network. The series finale is still set for Sunday at 1 p.m.
Published in: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 16, 2015
White Takes The Citadel's Spring Game 51-48 Over Blue
The Citadel football team highlighted spring practice with the annual Coke Zero Blue-White game that went the way of the White team who captured a close 51-48 contest at Johnson Hagood Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Redshirt freshman quarterback Shon Belton led the way for the Bulldogs offensively with 141 rushing yards as he reached the endzone on three occasions. Among those carries included an 80-yard scamper past the Blue defense for the opening strike of the game.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Friday
March 13, 2015
1. Wal-Mart CEO: Look for more smaller-format stores in Charleston

Look for more smaller-format Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market stores in the future. Time-challenged consumers are looking for more convenience and that will translate into more stores, Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon said Thursday after participating in a panel discussion on business ethics at The Citadel.  “The prices are the same, but customers can get in and out fast,” McMillon said. “It’s all about convenience. Customers are starting to appreciate time management.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
1.1 Walmart CEO speaks at Citadel's ethics symposium

Thursday, the CEO of one of Charleston's biggest employers and one of the biggest companies in the world stopped by The Citadel. Doug McMillon, the head of Walmart took part of in the school's ethics symposium, which is a two-day event that continues on Friday. Thursday's panel started featured Harvey Schiller, an alum and former CEO of Global Options Group, Dr. Richard M. Ebeling, the Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership, Clemson Turregano, an alum and director of the Center for Creative Leadership across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and Nancy Mace, an alum and commercial realtor, author, and former marketing executive.

Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
1.2 Doug McMillon, president and CEO of Walmart, speaking at The Citadel

The president and CEO of Walmart is visiting South Carolina to speak at a symposium at The Citadel in Charleston.  Doug McMillon visits Thursday and appears as a panelist for a seminar on ethics in business. The event is part of The Citadel's Principled Leadership Symposium that continues through Friday at the state military college.

Published in: Daily Reporter - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
2. Citadel’s stricken player DaSean Daniels making ‘real good progress’

When Citadel football coach Mike Houston went to visit DeSean Daniels on Thursday, the freshman fullback had a couple of questions for his coach.  “He wanted to know what time the spring game is,” Houston said. “And he said he wanted something to eat.”  Those were among the encouraging signs Thursday for Daniels, the 5-10, 220-pounder from Lawrenceville, Ga., who collapsed near the end of a spring practice session on Tuesday night. Daniels underwent two hours of emergency surgery that night to relieve pressure on his skull caused by bleeding in the brain.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
2.1 GAC grad Daniels upgraded to serious condiditon after collapse at Citadel football practice

Citadel football player DaSean Daniels has been upgraded from critical to serious condition at Medical University Hospital, a spokesman said Thursday.  Daniels, a freshman fullback out of Greater Atlanta Christian, collapsed near the end of a spring practice session on Tuesday. He underwent two hours of emergency surgery Tuesday night to relieve pressure on his skull, and was in intensive care and in critical condition Wednesday. Daniels’ father, David Daniels, said Wednesday that doctors believe a vein in his son’s head became detached and caused the bleeding.

Published in: Gwinnett Daily Post - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
3. 5th Annual Beautiful Bulldog Contest Scheduled for 3/14

Most dog owners think their pooch is the cutest and best canine in the world and for the fifth straight year the Citadel is giving them a chance to prove it. The 5th Annual Beautiful Bulldog Contest is set for Saturday, March 14th at Johnson Hagood Stadium. The event runs concurrently with the Citadel’s spring football game.Award categories include Most Beautiful Bulldog, Best Costume, Best Physique, Best Coat/Markings, Best Smiler, and Miss Congeniality/Mr. Personality. For more information and/or to register your pooch, click here.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
3.1 Shamrocks & Storytelling, Bulldogs & the Black Expo all happening Around Town

CITADEL SPRING FOOTBALL - The Citadel wraps up spring practice with the annual Blue & White game at Johnson Hagood Stadium Saturday. Prior to the 1:00 game, fans are encouraged to check out the dedication of a new Citadel Mascots Memorial at 10 am. Then, fans can see this year's candidates for the 5th annual Beautiful Bulldog Contest from 12 pm to 1 pm. Forty English bulldogs will compete for the overall title and also for other awards like Best Smile or Best Physique. The contest and spring game are free. Go to The Citadel athletics site for more information.

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Friday
March 13, 2015
4. Celebrating Women's History Month 2015

In celebration of Women’s History Month 2015, the college is honoring female faculty and staff who continually excel in positions of leadership. Women play a vital role in shaping the academic and leadership environment at The Citadel. The college’s outstanding female cadets and students, alumnae, faculty and staff, contribute to The Citadel, their communities, and the nation in a wide variety of leadership roles that include military service, educational programs, research projects, and civic service initiatives. The college continues to assertively recruit women who are leading students, educators and administrators in order to broaden the female population on campus and to continue fostering an environment that supports and empowers women.

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Friday
March 13, 2015
4.1 Celebrating Women's History Month 2015 at The Citadel

Always remember that a woman can do it! There is really nothing that can stop us, women, from doing what we want to do. Walt Disney said, ‘All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.’ So, dream big, network with good people, work hard and never ever give up."   –Dr. Monika Bubacz, The Citadel School of Engineering

In celebration of Women’s History Month 2015, the college is honoring female faculty and staff who continually excel in positions of leadership. To read more about these outstanding women please click here.

Published in: The Digitel - website
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Friday
March 13, 2015
5. Congratulations to the 2015 MLA Awards, Grants and Scholarships Recipients!

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2015 Medical Library Association (MLA) awards, grants and scholarships! Many of this year’s recipients are within the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM), Southeastern/Atlantic Region (SE/A):

Ida and George Eliot Prize -- Elizabeth Connor, AHIP, Daniel Library, The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, Charleston

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Friday
March 13, 2015
6. Twenty-six years of naval service comes to an end ('89)

Capt. Kit Chope’s 26-year naval career began with graduation from the Military College of South Carolina, the Citadel, and ended by commanding the East Coast’s Master Jet Base, Naval Air Station Oceana.  His retirement ceremony immediately followed the NAS Oceana change of command ceremony March 6 at the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Oceana. After relieving Chope as commanding officer, Capt. Louis Schager Jr. praised his former boss and longtime friend.

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Friday
March 13, 2015
7. MBHS alum honor fallen soldiers with renovated monument

The Rose family was represented at the dedication by Chuck and Sandy Devereux. An older brother, Daniel Rose, was killed in a traffic accident during his senior year at the Citadel in Charleston, S.C. The only surviving family member is Terry Rose of Sacramento. Terry, a Mission Bay graduate, was in his senior year at the Citadel in September 1966 when the middle son, David, an Army lieutenant, was killed in action. At the time, Terry was captain of the Citadel rifle team and the top collegiate marksman in America. As the sole surviving son, he was not given his commission in the Army and became a civil engineer instead.

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Friday
March 13, 2015
9. All Seven Nittany Lion Wrestlers Earn Seeds for 2015 NCAA Championships

Junior Jordan Conaway (Abbottstown, Pa.) is the No. 11 seed at 125. Conaway is now a two-time NCAA qualifier, having finished one win shy of All-America status at 133 in 2013. Conaway is 23-6 overall having finished third at the Big Ten Championships on March 7-8. Conaway battles Joaquin Marquez of The Citadel in the opening round.

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Thursday
March 12, 2015
1. Walmart CEO, others to speak on ethics at The Citadel leadership symposium (news roundoup)

 Post and Courier - http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150311/PC05/150319821/1177/new-fitness-centers-pharmacy-wal-mart-ceo-coming-to-charleston-area

Charleston Regional Business Journal - http://www.charlestonbusiness.com/news/53933-walmart-ceo-others-to-speak-on-ethics-at-the-citadel-leadership-symposium?rss=0

Lowcountry BizSC - http://lowcountrybizsc.whosonthemove.com/ceo-of-walmart-participating-in-citadels-leadership-symposium/

Washingon Post - http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/mar/12/ceo-of-walmart-speaks-at-symposium-at-the-citadel/

SCNow - http://www.scnow.com/news/state/wire/article_431e9bab-64b3-5f8f-bef0-b5528c2e1050.html

Island Packet (Hilton Head) - http://www.islandpacket.com/2015/03/12/3640377_ceo-of-walmart-speaks-at-symposium.html?rh=1

The State (Columbia)  - http://www.thestate.com/2015/03/12/4040920_ceo-of-walmart-speaks-at-symposium.html?rh=1

 Ocala Star Banner (Ocala, FL) - http://www.ocala.com/article/20150312/APN/303129800

Union Daily Times - http://hosted2.ap.org/SCUNI/4b04abe0e7d44c8eb21f2ca8008e6d83/Article_2015-03-12-SC--Walmart%20CEO-Citadel/id-548efb7a19b5429cb9eb4ca7ccc2629f

 

 

 

 

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Thursday
March 12, 2015
1.1 Citadel football player DaSean Daniels in critical condition after collapsing at practice (news roundup)

This article has reached a multitude of media outlets.  Here is a sampling of local, national and state news:

Post and Courier - http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20150311/PC20/150319851

Sports Illustrated - http://www.si.com/college-football/2015/03/12/citadel-football-collapse-dasean-daniels-practice-field

NBC Sports - http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/03/11/citadel-football-player-in-critical-condition-after-collapsing-in-practice/

Atlanta Journal Constitution - http://www.ajc.com/news/news/citadel-football-player-from-lawrenceville-collaps/nkTHg/

FOX News - http://www.wach.com/news/story.aspx?id=1176095

WIS-TV 10 (Columbia) - http://www.wistv.com/story/28395806/musc-citadel-football-player-in-critical-condition-after-collapsing-during-spring-practice

WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - http://www.live5news.com/story/28395806/citadel-football-player-hospitalized-after-collapsing-during-spring-practice

Sporting News - http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/story/2015-03-11/citadel-football-player-critical-condition-collapse-practice-ncaa-football-dasean-daniels

 

 

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Thursday
March 12, 2015
2. Organ in Historic Summerall Chapel undergoing complex restoration

The heart of The Citadel’s historic Summerall Chapel is getting a complex makeover. The first part of a three-phase plan to rebuild the chapel’s organ is now complete and extensive sound tests to voice the organ have been conducted.  Now, in its new, hand crafted console, the organ will debut with its new look and sound during the 9 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 15, as part of Corps Day Weekend

Published in: The digital - website
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Thursday
March 12, 2015
8. Charleston native recognized for Robin Williams, Harrison Ford impressions creating own identity

Jamie Costa is getting a lot of attention for being someone else.  The James Island native's 6-second Vine videos of himself doing spot-on impressions of celebrities like Robin Williams, Harrison Ford and Jack Nicholson have gone viral on the Internet several times over.  When you're known for being someone else, creating your own identity can be a challenge. But Costa has his own unique story to tell, one that includes a stint as an “Outside Leadership” major, an even briefer stint as a Citadel cadet and a pirate monologue.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Thursday
March 12, 2015
Deans List

Valley residents who made the fall 2014 dean’s list at The Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets in Charleston, S.C., include: Edward Frasier, Angelica McNerny and Marvin Leo Pagayonan, all of Las Vegas; Nickolas Maddalena of North Las Vegas; and Cory Yslas of Henderson.

Published in: Las Vegas Review Journal - website
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Wednesday
March 11, 2015
1.Citadel testing tornado siren
Today in downtown Charleston, The Citadel plans on testing its tornado siren. If you're in the area you'll hear it go off around 11-30. The school is participating in severe weather awareness week which runs from March 8th to March 14th.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV 5 (Charleston) - website
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Wednesday
March 11, 2015
obit - Gerald Leo "Jerry" Meyerson '42

Gerald "Jerry" Leo Meyerson, 93, of Charleston, South Carolina, husband of Jane Pearlstine Meyerson, died peacefully surrounded by his family at his home Monday, March 9, 2015. His Funeral Service will be held Wednesday, March 11, 2015 in Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Reform Temple at 11:00 a.m. Interment, KKBE Cemetery, Huguenin Avenue. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL. Jerry was born December 19, 1921 in Spartanburg, SC, son of the late Louis A. Meyerson and Ella Levinson Meyerson. He graduated from Spartanburg High School at age 16 and entered The Citadel in 1938 as a member of the famous class of 1942. In 1940, he transferred to Duke University where he earned his B.A. and Law Degrees.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
March 11, 2015
Organ in Historic Summerall Chapel undergoing complex restoration

The heart of The Citadel’s historic Summerall Chapel is getting a complex makeover. The first part of a three-phase plan to rebuild the chapel’s organ is complete and extensive sound tests to voice the organ have been conducted. Now, in its new, hand crafted console, the organ will debut with its new look and sound during the 9 a.m. worship service on Sunday, March 15, as part of Corps Day Weekend.

Published in: The Citadel Newsroom - website
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Wednesday
March 11, 2015
Sapakoff: Citadel basketball hire must be something completely different

Citadel alums possibly fired the first shots in the Civil War, something you don’t hear on other campus tours. Ben Tillman, who would become a South Carolina governor and U.S. senator, sneered at “the dude factory” in the 1880s.  Viewed from the parade ground or outside the gates, The Military College of South Carolina has always been unique. It generally works; unsuccessful Citadel graduates are as rare as bad views from Shem Creek.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Wednesday
March 11, 2015
Upcoming News from The Citadel: March

Tornado siren tests, Rick Perry and more... 

Read all about it here!

Published in: Citadel Newsroom - website
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Tuesday
March 10, 2015
1. House includes $1 million in proposed budget for Citadel’s Joe Riley program

The S.C. House tentatively approved funds for Lowcountry-area higher education institutions on Monday, including some of the money needed to establish a new program at The Citadel named for outgoing Charleston Mayor Joe Riley.  Initial votes on the House version of the state’s nearly $7 billion general fund budget came as lawmakers saved the most contentious subjects for later this week — replacing the S.C. State University’s trustees and a $500 million bond bill that would provide new funds for higher education and other initiatives.

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
March 10, 2015
1.1 Citadel AD faces first major hire after Driesell firing

After announcing Monday that basketball coach Chuck Driesell will not return for a sixth season, Citadel athletic director Jim Senter faces his first major hire for the Bulldogs.  Senter, hired from the University of Colorado last August, made it clear in The Citadel’s statement Monday that he intends to run a closely held coaching search. The statement said the military school “will not comment on the search process, possible candidates or timing until a new coach is named.”

Published in: The Post and Courier - website
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Tuesday
March 10, 2015
2. Chuck Driesell Out At The Citadel (news roundup)
Broadcast on: WIS-TV 10 (Columbia) - website
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Tuesday
March 10, 2015
3. Economic Delusions, Political Demagoguery, and Ideological Deceptions

Written by Citadel professor -- Dr. Richard M. Ebeling is the BB & T Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina, He was formerly professor of Economics at Northwood University. Was formerly president of The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), was the Ludwig von Mises Professor of Economics at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan, and served as president of academic affairs for The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF).

 

Published in: The Nassau Institute - website

Tuesday
March 10, 2015
4. Buckland, Jordan named to dean’s list

The following members of The Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets recently were named to the dean’s list during fall 2014 semester: Jon Buckland of Morehead City and Joshua Jordan of Tarawa Terrace.

Published in: The Daily News (Jacksonville, NC) - website
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Monday
March 9, 2015
1. Don't fall for praising of hazing
The Ring is a tradition at The Citadel. So is hazing, though the powers that be at the school again sound determined to eradicate lingering vestiges of that discredited practice. Another Citadel tradition: Arguing about what is and isn't hazing - and what is and isn't needed to mold The Citadel's Whole Man.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 9, 2015
2. Donald Trump Opens Up On Life, Country & Politics
Mr. Donald Trump aka 'the Donald' was in Charleston recently honoring a commitment he made to speak at The Citadel's Republican Society's Patriot Dinner. Trump flew into to Charleston International Airport on his Boeing 757 where he greeted over two dozen guests including members of the media, local dignitaries, Citadel cadets, and attendants assigned to escort him to the military school campus.
Published in: LowcountryToday.com
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Monday
March 9, 2015
3. Winners announced for Storm The Citadel 2015
The STEM Center of Excellence at The Citadel hosted the 5th annual Storm The Citadel trebuchet competition and more than 80 teams, comprised of more than 1,000 participants, took part on Saturday, Feb. 14. Storm The Citadel is held as part of National Engineers Week, which celebrates science, technology, engineering and math. The trebuchets, a type of medieval catapult, were judged on accuracy, distance, spirit and design. To help competitors prepare, The Citadel's physics department provided free workshops for team leaders. "We had more teams than ever before for Storm The Citadel 2015, which was really exciting to see. The continuing growth of what is now one of the largest STEM events in the South shows us kids really do want to learn about science, technology, education and math," said Col. Ronald Welch, Ph. D., dean of The Citadel School of Engineering. "To influence the number of people we do now, it takes three things: engaging activities like the trebuchet competitions, mystery robotic courses, Lego gear lifts and craft stick bridge-loading events at Storm The Citadel."
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 9, 2015
4. Achievements: Laurel man joins Summerall Guards at The Citadel
Matthew Ireland of Laurel has been selected to join the Summerall Guards, a silent precision drill platoon, at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, where he is a senior cadet. The Summerall Guards are made up of 61 senior cadets chosen for their physical stamina and drill proficiency.
Published in: The Suffolk Times
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Monday
March 9, 2015
5. Area student earns Gold Stars at The Citadel
Lauren Seedor of Wayne, a member of The Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets, was recognized for earning a Gold Star in the fall 2014 semester. Gold Stars are awarded by The Citadel to cadets and students who have made a grade point ratio of 3.7 or higher for their work accomplished during that semester.
Published in: Delaware County Daily Times
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Monday
March 9, 2015
6. The Morality of Capitalism: Liberty, Honesty, and Humility
Real free market capitalism, by recognizing and respecting the right of the individual to his own life and liberty and honestly acquired property, is that economic system that offers humanity the most moral system of human association imaginable by and for man. Free market capitalism is the ethical highroad to human dignity and mutual prosperity if only we are willing to fully establish and consistently practice it. (The text is based on a talk given at the James Island Exchange Club in the Charleston, South Carolina area, February 9, 2015) First published at EpicTimes, and posted here with the kind permission of the author Dr. Richard M. Ebeling is the BB & T Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.
Published in: EpicTimes.com
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Monday
March 9, 2015
7. Recap: Citadel vs. Furman
Stephen Croone netted 27 points on 9-of-16 shooting to lead his 10th-seeded Furman Paladins to a 73-56 upset victory over the seventh-seeded Citadel Bulldogs in the first round of the Southern Conference Tournament at U.S. Cellular Center. Devin Sibley added in 11 points for Furman (9-21), which advances to the quarterfinal round of the Southern Conference Tournament Saturday to take on second-seeded Chattanooga. Geoff Beans added eight points in the victory.
Published in: Herald Online
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Monday
March 9, 2015
Elon Powers Past The Citadel in Series Opener
Elon banged out 18 hits including five in a decisive six-run fifth in a 12-3 victory over The Citadel in the opener of a three-game series Friday evening at Riley Park. Game two of the series is Saturday at 2 p.m. and the finale is set for Sunday at 1 p.m. Both games can be watched free of charge on the SoCon Digital Network. In addition to its work at the plate, the Phoenix (7-3) got seven innings of four-hit pitching from Matt Harris to defeat the Bulldogs (5-7) for the 14th time in the past 16 meetings between the former Southern Conference rivals. Harris allowed only one run and struck out seven.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 9, 2015
Five-Run Seventh Carries Bulldogs Past Phoenix
Johnathan Stokes snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run homer, sparking a five-run frame that carried The Citadel to an 11-8 victory over Elon on Saturday at Riley Park. The win evened the weekend series and sets up the rubber game on Sunday at 1 p.m. The contest can be seen free of charge on the SoCon Digital Network. The Bulldogs (6-7) used a 14-hit attack to snap a three-game losing streak. Five of those hits came in the decisive seventh, including the home run by Stokes that snuck just inside the right field foul pole. Philip Watcher, pinch hitting for brother Jacob, delivered a two-run single, and William Kinney added a sacrifice fly.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 9, 2015
Reeves Gem Gives Bulldogs Series Win over Elon
James Reeves tossed seven innings of four-hit ball and was backed by a late offensive surge as The Citadel posted a 6-1 win over Elon to take the series against its former Southern Conference rival. The Bulldogs won the final two games of the series after dropping Friday's opener to even their record at 7-7. Reeves, making his return to the rotation after missing last week's start with an illness, did not walk a batter and struck out eight in improving to 2-0 on the year. The redshirt junior left-hander has struck out 28 and walked only one in 18 innings this season.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Friday
March 6, 2015
1. CEO of Walmart participating in Citadel's leadership symposium
Considered one of the world's most powerful people, the president and CEO of Walmart will serve on a panel that will discuss Ethics in Business during The Citadel's Annual Principled Leadership Symposium. Ethics in Business is one of numerous panels featuring national industry leaders discussing their experiences and professional opinions about ethics as applied to their professions. Doug McMillon is one of six panelists for the business discussion which will be held at 1 p.m. on March 12 in Bond Hall, room 165. All of the leadership symposium panels are open to the community.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Friday
March 6, 2015
2. Hazing no worthy 'tradition'
It's disappointing to learn that The Citadel is investigating 85 complaints of hazing dating back to the beginning of the fall semester. What is encouraging, however, is that the commandant of cadets, retired Navy Capt. Geno Paluso, is taking those complaints very seriously. In fact, it's the most thorough and intensive hazing investigation the school has ever conducted. Capt. Paluso, who has only been in this job since last July, met with the entire freshman class last month after receiving initial reports of hazing on campus. He demanded that students report any and all possible violations by the following day or face potential disciplinary action.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Friday
March 6, 2015
3. Eleven suspended, expelled from The Citadel, dozens more implicated
A total of 11 cadets have been suspended or dropped out of The Citadel military college during an ongoing hazing investigation that could involve up to 83 students. School authorities said four students were either suspended or expelled from the school, considered a leading military college in the United States. Seven other students quit before their cases were heard.
Published in: United Press International
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Friday
March 6, 2015
4. State Senate panel advances bill to drop wait for veterans in-state tuition rates
A Senate panel has approved a bill dropping the one-year wait time required before out-of-state veterans can get in-state tuition rates at state colleges and universities. The higher education subcommittee approved the measure Thursday, sending it to the full Senate Education Committee. A similar measure fell just short of gaining lawmakers' approval last year.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Friday
March 6, 2015
5. Moore carves historic niche at The Citadel
Former Nansemond River High School basketball standout Ashton Moore is nearing the end of his collegiate career at The Citadel, and he recently garnered some rare accolades that allude to the kind of legacy he has created as a Bulldog. The Citadel senior guard Ashton Moore drives for two points during a collegiate career in which he's scored well over a thousand. He recently became only the fourth Bulldog ever to be named to the media's All-Southern Conference first team.
Published in: Suffolk News Herald
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Friday
March 6, 2015
6. Citadel, Furman clash in first round of Southern Conference basketball tournament
As the Southern Conference men's basketball tournament tips off Friday in Asheville, N.C., 10 teams have hopes of claiming the championship and the automatic NCAA Tournament bid that goes with it. The Citadel (11-18) is the No. 7 seed in the tournament and considered a longshot to win. But the Bulldogs enter their game against 10th-seeded Furman (8-21) with nothing to lose and a single goal in mind.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1. The Citadel confirms four cases of hazing in mistreatment inquiry
A total of 11 cadets have either dropped out or been suspended from The Citadel amid an unprecedented inquiry by the military college into alleged acts of hazing. The effort is being led by the Commandant of Cadets, retired Navy Capt. Geno Paluso, who took the helm as the leader of the Corps of Cadets in July. "There is no place for any mistreatment," Paluso said on Wednesday. "We're not going to tolerate it. We're not going to put up with it."
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1b. Seven cadets withdraw from Citadel, dozens disciplined as investigations continue
Seven cadets have voluntarily withdrawn from The Citadel as part of an ongoing investigation into widespread hazing and training violations, Citadel officials said Wednesday. Dozens of upperclassmen have been disciplined. The seven includes three more who have left The Citadel since the military college first announced a widespread disciplinary crackdown on Feb. 20.
Published in: The State
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1c. Four confirmed cases of hazing at The Citadel lead to suspensions
Four confirmed cases of hazing at The Citadel led to suspensions and some cadets kicked out of school, officials announced on Wednesday. A total of seven cadets quit before their cases were heard. At a press conference on Monday, school officials made it clear that any form abuse won't be accepted on campus. "We're not going to tolerate it, we're not going to put up with it," said Capt. Geno Paluso, The Citadel's commandant of cadets.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1d. 4 cadets at The Citadel disciplined for hazing this year
Four cadets at The Citadel have been disciplined for hazing since the school year started last August and seven others have resigned amid investigations of possible hazing, the commandant of the South Carolina military college said Wednesday. Navy Capt. Geno Paluso gave an update on the investigations after the state-supported college announced last month it had received 83 complaints of possible hazing from freshmen cadets. Paluso, who is in charge of military training at the school, asked for the survey after his office received reports of hazing. He said it's the first time The Citadel has done such a pointed survey.
Published in: Fort Mill Times
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1d. Four confirmed cases of hazing at The Citadel lead to suspensions
Four confirmed cases of hazing at The Citadel led to suspensions and some cadets kicked out of school, officials announced on Wednesday. A total of seven cadets quit before
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1e. 4 cadets at The Citadel disciplined for hazing this year
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Published in: Savannah Morning News
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1f. 4 cadets at The Citadel disciplined for hazing this year
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Published in: Hilton Head Island Packet
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1g. Commandant: 4 cadets disciplined for hazing since start of school year at The Citadel in SC
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Published in: Daily Journal
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1g. Seven cadets withdraw from Citadel after hazing and training incidents
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Published in: Herald Online
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1h. More fallout expected from Citadel hazing probe
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Published in: WCBD-TV
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1i. 4 Citadel cadets disciplined for hazing this academic year
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1j. 4 Citadel cadets disciplined for hazing this academic year
Navy Capt. Geno Paluso updated reporters Wednesday after officials announced last month they had received 83 complaints of possible
Published in: Greenville Online
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1j. Commandant: 4 cadets disciplined for hazing since start of school year at The Citadel in SC
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Published in: Greenfield Daily Reporter
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1k. 4 Citadel cadets disciplined for hazing this academic year
The Citadel commandant says four cadets have been disciplined for hazing at the South Carolina military college since the school year started last August. Navy Capt. Geno Paluso updated reporters Wednesday after officials announced last month they had received 85 complaints of possible hazing. The complaints came after the school surveyed the freshman class. So far, Paluso says, 39 of the complaints have been investigated and only four were determined to be hazing. The others were found to be lesser violations of cadet rules.
Published in: Independent Mail
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
1l. 4 cadets at The Citadel disciplined for hazing this year
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Published in: Enquirer Herald
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
2. An update on inquires about misconduct
Attributed to Col. Brett Ashworth, Vice President of The Citadel Office of Communications and Marketing On February 8, the commandant of cadets at The Citadel, Capt. Geno Paluso, held a meeting with all freshman cadets to Left to right: Brett Ashworth; Eugene Paluso remind them of their duty to report any instances of hazing. He gave them until noon the next day to report violations or face possible disciplinary action. The commandant's message to the freshmen was not new. The Citadel President Lt. Gen. John Rosa and Capt. Paluso discussed the college's prohibitions against hazing in detail in several meetings with all cadets during the fall semester. Capt. Paluso, who became commandant in mid-2014 after retiring as a Navy SEAL commander, did this to let the cadets know he is serious about the issue. Most of the cases have been reviewed and addressed. Lt. Gen. Rosa has instructed the commandant's office to make sure the remaining open cases are handled expeditiously, while ensuring that the rights of the cadets are protected. Col. Brett Ashworth, Vice President of The Citadel Office of Communications and Marketing
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
3. Plan a unique, eco-friendly wedding and assist Lowcountry war veterans
Watch a mock wedding, catch the latest bridal trends and meet a wide range of vendors, all while helping veterans in the Lowcountry. The Citadel Beach Club, one of the area's most desirable wedding venues, will host The Cotton Wedding on March 27 at 6 p.m. The house is located right on the beach on Isle of Palms at 4700 Palm Blvd. just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston. The Cotton Wedding is presented by Brinko Ties and Kendal Leonard Designs, with the proceeds from ticket sales and donations benefitting The Citadel Emergency Relief Fund for Veterans and Military Students.
Published in: The Digitel
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Thursday
March 5, 2015
4. Coastal Carolina Walks Past The Citadel, 5-1
With the game tied at 1-1, Coastal Carolina (8-4) scored four runs in the top of the ninth thanks to two walks, a hit by pitch and two wild pitches to claim a 5-1 victory at The Citadel (5-6) Wednesday evening at Riley Park. While the Bulldog pitching staff struggled late, the Chanticleers were dominant on the mound in the late innings. The Citadel hit an RBI single - one of just four hits by the Bulldogs - with one out in the seventh inning to tie the game. From that point, Coastal's Mike Morrison (1-0) and Austin Kerr did not allow another ball to be put in play, recording strikeouts for the final eight outs - five by Morrison in 1.2 innings and three by Kerr in one inning - with one walk.
Published in: GoGCUSports.com
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
1. Citadel sets meeting on hazing reports
The Citadel will give an update today on recent reports of hazing. The meeting with media outlets is at 2 p.m. in Room 265 of Bonds Hall, according to an announcement from the school. Four cadets recently dropped out of the military college amid a school investigation into alleged acts of hazing. "On February 8, the commandant of cadets at The Citadel, Capt. Geno Paluso, held a meeting with all freshman cadets to remind them of their duty to report any instances of hazing," according to a Feb. 20 statement from the school.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
1. The Citadel to hold press briefing on hazing probe
The Citadel announced it will hold a media briefing Wednesday afternoon to discuss its investigation into allegations of hazing at the military college. Officials say 20 cadets were punished and four left the school voluntarily after 85 allegations of infractions, including hazing, were reported last month. The allegations came to light following a February 8 meeting between freshman cadets and Captain Geno Paluso, who serves as commandant of cadets, during which the cadets were told it was their duty to report instances of hazing.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
2. Plan a unique, eco-friendly wedding and assist Lowcountry war veterans
Watch a mock wedding, catch the latest bridal trends and meet a wide range of vendors, all while helping veterans in the Lowcountry. The Citadel Beach Club, one of the area's most desirable wedding venues, will host The Cotton Wedding on March 27 at 6 p.m. The house is located right on the water on Isle of Palms at 4700 Palm Blvd. just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston. The Cotton Wedding is presented by Brinko Ties and Kendal Leonard Designs, with the proceeds from ticket sales and donations benefitting The Citadel Emergency Relief Fund for Veterans and Military Students. "The Citadel Emergency Relief Fund for Veterans and Military Students was recently established for the college's veteran and active duty military students to address unforeseen life events that might impede their ability to graduate," said Bob McNamara dean of The Citadel Graduate College and director of the college's veterans program. "The fund will assist students with a proven need which may be great or small. We are grateful to have the support of The Cotton Wedding sponsors and our community overall."
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
Coffey, Citadel alumni, named to NBSC advisory board
NBSC has appointed Joseph K. Coffey to its Local Advisory Board. "We are pleased Joe has joined our board," said banker and Manning Executive Nelson Walker. "He shares the same commitment to Manning and the surrounding communities as NBSC. He is a proven leader and will be a valuable member and contributor to our board." A native of Manning, Coffey is a graduate of The Citadel and the University of South Carolina School of Law. He is a partner at Coffey, Chandler and McKenzie law firm. Active in the community, Coffey serves as president of the Manning Rotary Club, administrative board chair of Manning United Methodist Church and co-chairman of the Sumter-Clarendon Citadel Club.
Published in: Manning Live
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
Sky's the limit for Citadel pitcher, former Hanahan baseball star Skylar Hunter
Citadel pitcher Skylar Hunter already owns the school record for career saves. He set the mark on the first weekend of baseball season when he picked up two saves in a three-game series against Air Force last month. With 31 saves this early into his junior season, it would appear the sky's the limit for the wiry right-hander who was recruited as a catcher at Hanahan High School. Hunter is 1-1 with three saves this season for the 5-5 Bulldogs. In nine innings, he has 11 strikeouts against six hits and five walks. Opponents are batting .194 against him, and his earned run average is 2.00.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
Still a Classic
In 1990 a couple of baseball coaches got together and decided to bring some of the best teams in South Carolina to Georgetown for an early season tournament. Twenty-five years later, the International Paper Baseball Classic is one of the most prestigious tournaments in South Carolina. Jordan, who is now the head coach at The Citadel, is not surprised it's grown into a national event.
Published in: South Strand News
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
The Citadel's Moore, Wright Garner All-Conference Awards
Following solid performances in Southern Conference play, The Citadel duo of Ashton Moore and Jake Wright, earned all-conference and all-freshman team selections, respectively, by both the league's coaches and media. Moore joins Cameron Wells, Demetrius Nelson and Patrick Elmore as the only players in program history to be named to the media's first team all-conference. He also becomes the 10th different Bulldog to be recognized as an all-conference performer by the league's coaches.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Wednesday
March 4, 2015
Volleyball Participates Bulldog Challenge
Nine members of The Citadel volleyball team competed in last weekend's Bulldog Challenge that took place on campus as part of a team-bonding exercise. Among those participating included Gracie Barnes, Samantha Espy, Zuri Fenderson, Dominique Williams, Logan Smith, Moriah Smith, Rachel Keefer and Maureen Wilkinson. The Bulldog Challenge is a grueling six mile (10k) endurance course that allows teams to participate in groups of three.
Published in: CitadelSports.com
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
1. Energy expert gives prediction on future of gas prices
After dropping for months, gas prices are starting to creep back up. "I think it was in the low $1.80s," Dwight Norris said. "1.83. 1.84. I think it was." Norris said he fills up in North Charleston by his work instead of in Mount Pleasant, by his house, to save a few cents. "They came down lower than we thought they would come down, but right now it's going back up and I hate to see that," Robert Page, who lives in Summerville said. According to GasBuddy.com, prices in South Carolina are down about $1.03 from this time last year but in just the last month, they've jumped up about a quarter. "What drove them down more than anything else was America's shale revolution," James Clad, a Senior Advisor at The Center of Naval Analyses and an energy expert said. "It's the abundance of oil and gas. People have still not really worked out that this country is the world's largest oil and gas hydrocarbon producer; anywhere, bigger than Saudi, bigger than anywhere." Clad is speaking at The Citadel Monday night and said price is a simple supply and demand issue.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
2. Plan a unique, eco-friendly wedding and assist Lowcountry war veterans
Watch a mock wedding, catch the latest bridal trends and meet a wide range of vendors, all while helping veterans in the Lowcountry. The Citadel Beach Club, one of the area's most desirable wedding venues, will host The Cotton Wedding on March 27 at 6 p.m. The house is located right on the water on Isle of Palms at 4700 Palm Blvd. just 20 minutes from downtown Charleston. The Cotton Wedding is presented by Brinko Ties and Kendal Leonard Designs, with the proceeds from ticket sales and donations benefitting The Citadel Emergency Relief Fund for Veterans and Military Students.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
Adam McAuley Joins Trindera Engineering as Project Engineer
Trindera Engineering, an electrical and control systems engineering and consulting firm with offices in Coeur d'Alene and Spokane, announces the recent hiring of Adam McAuley as Project Engineer. McAuley is located in Trindera Engineering's Spokane office. McAuley holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina and has relocated from Jacksonville, FL where he worked as a Project Engineer at Dawson Technical, LLC.
Published in: SpokaneHowsBusiness.com
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
Jordan earns Gold Star at The Citadel
Joshua Jordan of Tarawa Terrace was recently recognized for earning a Gold Star at the Citadel South Carolina Corps of Cadets in Charleston, South Carolina, for the fall 2014 semester. Gold Stars recognize cadets and students who have a grade point ratio of 3.7 or higher for their work accomplished during that semester.
Published in: The Daily News
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
Mason Davis: Story and Interview
Growing up in Georgia, Mason Davis attended Redan High School, which has graduated the likes of Wally Joyner, Brandon Phillips, and Domonic Brown to the major leagues. Davis hopes to follow in their footsteps and become the next player from Redan High School to achieve success in the major leagues. At Redan, Davis lettered all four years and hit .340 while swiping 21 bases his senior year. He did not get selected by any major league team during the 2011 amateur draft. Even though he was not selected, Davis had his sights set on continuing his education and his baseball career at The Citadel, which is located in Charleston, South Carolina. As a freshman, Davis who models his game after all-star infielder Jimmy Rollins started all 58 games at second base and flashed his speed stealing 14 bases. Davis picked up some accolades, being named to the SoCon All-Freshman Team once the season came to an end. In 2013, as a sophomore, Davis once again started in all 60 games at second base for The Citadel. Davis led his team with 272 at bats setting a school record for most at bats in a season. In those at bats, Davis found success hitting .306 on the season. The speedy infielder saw his stolen bases increase to 22 and was named to the all-conference second team.
Published in: Chasing MLB Dreams
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Tuesday
March 3, 2015
Spikers Compete in Four Spring Matches
The Citadel volleyball team, under the direction of new head coach Craig Mosqueda, will play a four-match spring schedule which was released on Tuesday. The Bulldogs open the spring season at Charleston Southern on March 3rd at 7 p.m. Five days later the team will travel to the Upstate to take ok Winthrop and Wofford in Rock Hill. The final match is scheduled for March 31st at 6 p.m. against South Carolina State in Orangeburg.
Published in: CitadelSports.com
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Monday
March 2, 2015
1. Citadel speakers celebrate history and honor with Corps Day
The Citadel will celebrate the 172nd birthday of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets with a Corps Day Weekend scheduled for March 12-15. Corps Day is one of the most highly attended weekends at The Citadel. Attractions include dress parades, awards presentations, special cadet performances and athletic events. A highlight is the mess hall birthday celebration in which the oldest member of the alumni ranks and the youngest cadet in the corps share cake-cutting honors. Most Corps Day events are free and open to the public.
Published in: Moultrie News
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Monday
March 2, 2015
1a. Citadel speakers celebrate history and honor with Corps Day
The Citadel will celebrate the 172nd birthday of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets with a Corps Day Weekend scheduled for March 12-15. Corps Day is one of the most highly attended weekends at The Citadel. Attractions include dress parades, awards presentations, special cadet performances and athletic events.
Published in: The Journal Scene
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Monday
March 2, 2015
2. Rand Paul wins CPAC poll; Lindsey Graham at bottom
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won his third straight CPAC straw poll, while South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham finished with the smallest of blips. The Citadel and Clemson University each were represented by Republican student delegations. Some 42 percent of those who took part in the computerized voting system identified themselves as students, officials said.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 2, 2015
2a. Inside CPAC 2015
Cadets from the Citadel military college in Charlestown, S.C., listen as Senator Mike Lee speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 26, 2015.
Published in: Bloomberg
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Monday
March 2, 2015
2b. A day at CPAC 2015
It's 12:29am Saturday morning as I sit at my computer in the Batcave here in Washington DC attempting to recapture a day at CPAC 2015.I also had the pleasure to reconnect with one of my oldest Army buddies, COL(Ret) Valerie Jircitano with her husband and her sister who is also a former Soldier and has a son who has been accepted to United States Military Academy, West Point. And there were many folks that I only get to see once a year at CPAC whom I was happy to see - especially those college kids who always tell me they've seen me x-amount of years in a row. And a real pleasure was taking pictures with The Citadel Cadets and seeing the students from Liberty and Cornell University where I spoke last year.
Published in: Allen West
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Monday
March 2, 2015
2c. CEJC 2015 Engineer of the Year - Dr. Dr. Ronald W. Welch
The Charleston Engineers' Joint Council (CEJC) was honored to present its prestigious Engineer of the Year Award to Dr. Dr. Ronald W. Welch PhD, PE, COL (Retired), Dean of Engineering & Louis S. LeTellier Chair The Citadel. The CEJC presented the award at its annual Engineers' Week Banquet held at The Citadel on Tuesday, February 17, 2015. This coveted annual award recognizes an engineer or scientist in the Lowcountry that demonstrated significant career development and professionalism, as well as local community leadership and outreach. Engineers currently active in one of the engineering societies in the Greater Charleston, S.C. area and active in the practice of engineering for most of a career are eligible for nomination. Dr. Welch exemplified these ideals through his extensive leadership at the Citadel and through his service with the Civil Engineering Club local chapter.
Published in: Charleston Engineers Joint Council
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3. Bulldog Challenge draws hundreds to The Citadel for grueling obstacle race
The obstacle course in its early years primarily drew military competitors, but has since risen in popularity with civilians as Marine Corps mud runs and other high-intensity races continue to grow more common. Participants completed the course in teams of four, working together and cheering each other on as they ran for miles through the Citadel and surrounding city streets, flipped tires, climbed ropes and traipsed through salt-water marshes, among other obstacles
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3. Retired Citadel mascot, General, brought joy to thousands
The Citadel lost an important member of the family this week. Retired bulldog mascot, General Thomas Curtis Metsker* passed away in the arms of his caretaker on Feb. 26, late in the evening. He was born June 18, 2003, and was 11 years old. General served the college faithfully as it's mascot from 2003 - 2013, with his co-mascot Boo IX by his side. The pair formally retired in the fall of 2013 at a ceremony held during one of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets military dress parades. At that time, two new bulldogs who had been raised and trained with General almost since their birth, took over the official duties.
Published in: LowcountryBizSC.com
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3a. Citadel honors death of mascot bulldog General
One of The Citadel's mascot bulldogs died Thursday night and will be honored during this weekend's games. General, who was active from 2003 to 2013, was 11 years old. "He died in the loving arms of his caretaker who lives with the dogs on campus," school spokeswoman Kim Keelor said Friday. A wreath for General was placed on the big bulldog statue at Hagood stadium Friday afternoon. He also will be remembered with a moment of silence during the weekend basketball and baseball games, Keelor said.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3b. A somber moment for The Citadel, which lost its retired bulldog mascot
A somber moment for The Citadel, which lost its retired bulldog mascot, General Thomas Curtis Metsker, on Feb. 26. Born in 2003, he served the college for 11 years. "General" was named, in part, for Capt. Thomas Curtis Metsker, who graduated from The Citadel in 1961.
Published in: Charleston Currents
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3c. Citadel honors death of mascot bulldog General
One of The Citadel's mascot bulldogs died Thursday night and will be honored during this weekend's games. General, who was active from 2003 to 2013, was 11 years old.
Published in: 10 News Mascots
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3c. The Citadel announces death of longtime bulldog mascot General
The Citadel announced Friday its former longtime mascot, General the Bulldog, passed away overnight. Officials say General Thomas Curtis Metsker died in the arms of his caretaker, Mike Groshon. The 11-year-old bulldog served as the college's mascot from 2003 to 2013 alongside Boo IX. He formally retired at a ceremony during a parade, at which time G2 and Boo X took command.
Broadcast on: KVVU-TV Las Vegas
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Monday
March 2, 2015
3d. Retired Citadel mascot, General, brought joy to thousands
The Citadel lost an important member of the family this week. Retired bulldog mascot, General Thomas Curtis Metsker, passedgeneral1 away in the arms of his caretaker on Feb. 26, late in the evening. He was born June 18, 2003 and was 11 years old. General served the college faithfully as it's mascot from 2003 - 2013, with his co-mascot Boo IX by his side. The pair formally retired in the fall of 2013 at a ceremony held during one of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets military dress parades. At that time, two new bulldogs who had been raised and trained with General almost since their birth, took over the official duties.
Published in: The Citadel Newsroom
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Monday
March 2, 2015
4. Candor new GCHS football coach
A former student-athlete of the year at Goose Creek High School is the new leader of the school's football program. Chris Candor, the Gators' defensive coordinator since 2006, has been named Chuck Reedy's replacement after a two-month search came to fruition today. It's Candor's first head coaching job. Candor has a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina (1991) and Master of Arts in Teaching in Mathematics from The Citadel (1998).
Published in: Our Gazette
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Monday
March 2, 2015
4. North Florida leads after first round of Kiawah women's college golf tournament
North Florida shot a 9-over-par 297 Sunday to take a one-stroke lead over Troy in the Edwin Watts-Kiawah Island Spring Classic women's college golf tournament. The Citadel, 37th, was led by Eraina Manor with an 80 at Oak Point.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 2, 2015
5. Bulldogs Sting Hornets with Ninth Inning Run
Clay Martin's infield single scored Ryan Kilgallen with two outs in the ninth, giving The Citadel a 9-8 win over Alabama State in the opener of a three-game series at Riley Park. Skylar Hunter, the last of seven Bulldog pitchers, blanked the Hornets over the final two innings to pick up the win and even his record at 1-1. The junior helped himself out of jams in the eighth and ninth to preserve the tie and set the stage for the final inning dramatics.
Broadcast on: WCSC-TV
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Monday
March 2, 2015
6. Bad weather washes out Sunday's college baseball
Bad weather washed out Sunday's slate of college baseball games for most of the state, including the Clemson-South Carolina series finale. The final game of this season's series between the Tigers and No. 12 Gamecocks was postponed until Monday due to inclement weather in Columbia. The teams will now play Monday at 4 p.m. at Carolina Stadium. Junior right-hander Brody Koerner was scheduled to start for Clemson (6-3), while 12th-ranked South Carolina (7-2) will start sophomore left-hander Josh Reagan in the series finale.
Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
March 2, 2015
7. Sinclair, WCU end regular season with a win
James Sinclair sparked hot-shooting Western Carolina with 17 points Saturday as the Catamounts ended the regular season with a 67-54 win over The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. WCU (14-16, 9-9) will face East Tennessee State in the quarterfinals of the Southern Conference Championships at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at U.S. Cellular Center.
Published in: Citizen-Times
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Monday
March 2, 2015
9. 2015 Southern Conference Tournament Schedule: Times, Television, Tickets
The 2015 Southern Conference Tournament is all set to go from March 6-9. Will Wofford continue its NCAA Tournament runs, or will Chattanooga or Mercer come out on top? First Round, Fri., March 6 No. 7 The Citadel Bulldogs (11-18, 6-12) vs. No. 10 Furman Paladins (8-21, 5-13), 8:30 p.m., ESPN3
Broadcast on: WSB-TV Atlanta
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Monday
March 2, 2015
Marion H. Tarrant Citadel alumni obituary
Marion Hunter Tarrant, 82, of Hope Mills, passed away Friday, Feb. 27, 2015. He was born Feb. 11, 1933, in Fayetteville. He attended The Citadel in Charleston, S.C., and graduated with a bachelor's degree in business in 1955. He went on to work at Commercial Credit and Branch Banking & Trust, from which he retired in February 1988. He was a member of Faymont Baptist Church and was the happiest when spending time with his family.
Published in: The Fayetteville Observer
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Monday
March 2, 2015
Ralph V. Cacciutti, 77, CEO of bronze foundry and Citadel alumni obituary
Ralph V. Cacciutti, 77, of Gladwyne, owner and operator of his family's foundry for many years, died Tuesday, Feb. 24, of a stroke at Bryn Mawr Hospital. He was honored as a standout football player at Collingswood High and was recruited to play football for the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. He spent several years at the school.
Published in: Philly.com
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