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Tuesday
October 17, 2017
1. Citadel Space Star Message 23: "Walking" around in space on October 20

One of the most exciting tasks performed on the ISS is a spacewalk, or extra-vehicular activity (EVA). This is when astronauts step out into space to conduct critical missions that the station’s two robotic telemanipulator units cannot. Two astronauts on Expedition 53’s crew (the current team manning the station), our very own Randy Bresnik, commander, and Joe Acaba, flight engineer, will be conducting their third and final spacewalk related to this project on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

Published in: The Citadel Cadet Blog
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Tuesday
October 17, 2017
2. This is how President Trump paid back Gov. McMaster in SC visit

President Donald Trump offered a warm endorsement of S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster on Monday, returning a favor to a “friend” and “compatriot” from last year's presidential primary. Then South Carolina’s lieutenant governor, McMaster became the first statewide elected official in the nation to endorse Trump in the lead up to the state’s pivotal first-in-the-South primary...Whether Trump supporters flock to McMaster depends on what happens between now and June. The GOP primary is a long way away, said Scott Buchanan, a political scientist at The Citadel.

Published in: The State
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Tuesday
October 17, 2017
3. A Call for “Do-Nothing” Presidents Without Legacies

Some in the news media and editorial page pundits are aghast that many of President Donald Trump’s executive orders and legislative proposals sent off to the United States Congress represent an attempt to undue the presidential “legacy” of Barack Obama. The question is, why should it be presumed that presidents need to have policy legacies to leave behind after their term in office has ended?

Published in: The Future of Freedom Foundation
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Tuesday
October 17, 2017
4. Donnell Boucher, Director of Strength & Conditioning at The Citadel, Shares His Passion with PLAE

In its latest Beyond the Chalk video series, PLAE visits Donnell Boucher, director of strength & conditioning at The Citadel, delivering a compelling look into his motivation, commitment and how he has “poured his heart and soul” into his position. At the Citadel, a premier military college in Charleston, South Carolina, Boucher is a 10-year veteran, serving the varsity football and baseball teams among 11 sports in a student body of approximately 2300. As he and Coach Mac tour the 6,000-square-foot varsity weight room, he points out the prominent displays of the institution’s core values of honor, duty and respect on the weight lifting platforms.

Published in: Athletic Business
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Tuesday
October 17, 2017
5. Soccer Falls 2-1 to Samford on Senior Day

The Citadel women's soccer team put together another stout Sunday performance against a strong Samford team on Sunday afternoon, but the visiting Bulldogs from Birmingham were able to claim a 2-1 victory at Washington Light Infantry (WLI) Field in Southern Conference (SoCon) action.

Published in: Citadel Sports
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Monday
October 16, 2017
1. Ceremony Held For Groundbreaking Of New Business School Building At The Citadel

For the first time since 1974, The Citadel will construct a new academic building. And it'll be the first facility built entirely with donated money. Military college officials believe it's a new way of financing the future of the school.

Published in: WCIV (ABC/4)
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Monday
October 16, 2017
2. The Citadel leaders break ground on new Bastin Hall

Leaders at The Citadel broke ground on a brand new academic building Saturday afternoon in honor of an alumnus. Bastin Hall will be the future home of the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business.

Published in: WCSC (CBS/Live 5 News)
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Monday
October 16, 2017
3. The Citadel to celebrate new academic building Bastin Hall

At this year’s Citadel Foundation’s Leaders in Philanthropy Weekend, The Citadel will be celebrating their new academic building, Bastin Hall.The celebration will take place Saturday, October 14 at 2 p.m. Bastin Hall will be the future home of the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business.

Published in: WCIV (ABC/4)
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Monday
October 16, 2017
4. Saturday Spotlight: Firefighter Joseph Stukes

Laurence Manning Academy graduate Joseph Stukes received a bachelor’s degree in business accounting from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. He is now a firefighter with the Clarendon County Fire Department.

Published in: Manning Live
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Monday
October 16, 2017
5. Local musicians turn chairs in ‘The Voice’ blind auditions

Two musicians from Georgia and South Carolina have made it through the blind auditions on NBC’s hit singing competition “The Voice.” Mitchell Lee from Columbia and Michael Kight from Dublin will now step into the ring on Monday for “The Voice” battles.Lee was born and raised in South Carolina. He attended The Citadel and planned to pursue dental school, but suddenly his life took a different path.

Published in: WSAV NBC
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Monday
October 16, 2017
5a. Our Opinion: Elon welcomes back a home-grown leader

It shouldn’t take the next president of Elon University very long to become acquainted with her new employer...During a previous, 16-year stint at Elon, Book was a protégé of the man she has been hired to follow, Leo Lambert.As the first female president in Elon’s 128-year history, she was a unanimous choice by the school’s trustees to return to the university she left in 2015 to become dean and provost at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. She returns to Elon after leaving in 2015 for The Citadel, where she was second in command. As the first female to hold that post, she excelled there as well, creating new programs in cybersecurity and nursing, among others.

Published in: News & Record
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Monday
October 16, 2017
6. St. Barnabas Welcomes New Minister

Reverend Ted Pardoe of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church recently announced that the Reverend Sanford (Sandy) Key has joined the church as the new part time Senior Associate...Rev’d Key has served as the Episcopal Chaplain of The Citadel in Charleston SC and at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. Prior to arriving at St. Barnabas, he served as an Associate Rector and Rector in the Diocese of New York.

Published in: Greenwich Sentinel
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Monday
October 16, 2017
7. Fishburne opens practice here

Lucius Fishburne’s career in counseling began with self-searching — an adventure that led from Walterboro to California to Australia, India, Pawleys Island and back home again. Like one of the most frequently quoted lines from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, “This above all: to thine own self be true,” has been Fishburne’s focus for the last 35 years... Upon returning to the states, over the next couple of decades Fishburne experimented with several opportunities that lent support to his recovery enthusiasm. These included becoming a real estate broker at Wild Dunes in the Isle of Palms and working as an addictions counselor at treatment centers, as well as working on a master’s degree in counseling at The Citadel Night College.

Published in: Walterboro Live
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Monday
October 16, 2017
7a. S.C. Attorney General Office now prosecuting case of Florence woman intentionally burned

The S.C. Attorney General's Office is now prosecuting the case against Charles Durell Nethercutt, 32, who is wanted for the attempted murder of his wife after deputies said he poured gas on her and set her on fire.

Published in: WPDE
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Monday
October 16, 2017
8. The Citadel drops a heartbreaker to No. 5 Wofford

Wofford’s Andre Stoddard scored on a 3-yard run with 1:10 remaining to lift the No. 5 Terrier past No. 22 The Citadel, 20-16, on Saturday night at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Wofford improves to 6-0 and 4-0 in SoCon play, while The Citadel falls to 3-3 and 1-3 in conference play.

Published in: WCSC (CBS/Live 5 News)
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Monday
October 16, 2017
8a. No. 5 Wofford rallies for 20-16 win at No. 22 Citadel

The Citadel got what it hoped for Saturday against Wofford — a fourth-quarter chance to knock off the No. 5-ranked FCS team in the nation. But in getting there, the No. 22 Bulldogs asked a little too much of their defense. Despite holding the Terriers' vaunted triple-option offense to less than 100 yards rushing for the first time in 10 years, The Citadel defense finally gave way with just 70 seconds left in the game.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
October 16, 2017
8b. Pigskin Picks: Split on Gamecocks vs. Vols; The Citadel flips from hunted to hunter

Reputation and reality combine to make The Citadel good enough to garner major target attention but bad enough for an underdog’s urgency.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Monday
October 16, 2017
9d. Player Holland

William Player Holland, 30, passed away Monday, October 9, 2017, in West Columbia. Player was born on February 11, 1987 in Florence, son of William L. "Bill" Holland and Sheron Player Holland. He was a member of The Lake City First Baptist Church and an Eagle Scout. Player was a 2005 graduate of The Carolina Academy and a 2009 graduate of The Citadel, where he was a part of F Troop Company, a Summerall Guard and was a Life Member of The Citadel Alumni Association.

Published in: SCNow Morning News
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Friday
October 13, 2017
1. Leadership Day symbolic of cadets' year-round community service

Citadel cadets provide community service all year, every year, as they train to become servant-leaders. The college’s long-standing relationships with community partners such as the City of Charleston Recreation Department, the Charleston County School District, Habitat for Humanity and the Lowcountry Food Bank make it possible for cadets to learn the value of community service by volunteering on a regular basis.

Published in: Citadel Campus Newsroom
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Friday
October 13, 2017
2. The Citadel seeks approval to build $51 million academic facility

Citing a need for renovations and improved protection against earthquake damage, The Citadel in Charleston, S.C., is planning to demolish its iconic Capers Hall and replace it with a more modern structure.

Published in: American School & University
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Friday
October 13, 2017
3. The Agenda: S.C. local courts 'sidestep the law,' sending poor to jail; Graham defends Trump's golf game

The Citadel says it wants to demolish a 1949 classroom building on its campus and spend more than $51 million to replace it with a larger one.

Published in: Charleston City Paper
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Friday
October 13, 2017
4. China Town Hall Webcast 2017

Join Jack Porter, the Friends of the Daniel Library and others for the annual China Town Hall webcast on Tuesday, Oct. 24. The event is organized by the National Committee on United States-China Relations, a nonprofit educational organization that encourages understanding of China and the United States between citizens of both countries. Established in 1966, it is a diverse league of scholars and civic, religious, and business leaders. The town hall is an interactive webcast with more than 70 participant locations nationwide.

Published in: Lowcountry Biz SC
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Friday
October 13, 2017
5. Worth the weights: Citadel's Russell Hubbs lifts his way to success

As befits a world champion powerlifter, Eric Hubbs has quite the weight room in the garage of his Rock Hill home. And his son, Russell, was just a kid when he started prowling around the squat machines and weight benches.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Friday
October 13, 2017
6. Listen: Jeff Hartsell and former player Kyle Weaver talk Citadel football and showdown with rival Wofford

The Post and Courier’s Jeff Hartsell and former Citadel football player Kyle Weaver review the Bulldogs’ 24-14 loss to Mercer and look ahead to this week’s showdown with rival Wofford on The Citadel Grayline.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Friday
October 13, 2017
7. Bullldogs open Fall World Series on Friday

The Citadel Bulldogs open their 2017 Fall World Series on Friday at Joe Riley Park. The three-game series opens at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, followed by a morning affair on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. and the final game on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. All three games will be played and are open to the public.

Published in: Citadel Sports
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Friday
October 13, 2017
8. No. 22 Bulldogs Host No. 5 Wofford in FCS Showdown

The No. 22 Citadel Bulldogs host rival and No. 5 Wofford on Saturday night at Johnson Hagood Stadium in one of the weekend's key matchups across the FCS and in the Southern Conference season. Kickoff is at 6 p.m.

Published in: Citadel Sports
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Thursday
October 12, 2017
1. Dr. Jaye Goosby Smith Shares Quick Tips for Making Your Workplace More Inclusive

Dr. Jaye Goosby Smith, Associate Professor of Management and Director of Graduate Programs in Leadership at The Citadel, gives tips to leaders on how to make the workplace more welcoming. She stresses the importance of communication.

Published in: Charleston CEO
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Thursday
October 12, 2017
2. Citadel looking to demolish and rebuild iconic Capers Hall

Any Citadel cadet can point the way to Capers Hall. The fortress-like white building at the southeast corner of campus holds classrooms and offices for academic departments including English, History and Political Science.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Thursday
October 12, 2017
2a. The Citadel fights mold in barracks buildings

The Citadel is sending in cleaning crews and dehumidifiers to battle an outbreak of mold in cadet barracks buildings. Officials at the public military college this week reported mold issues affecting hundreds of cadets' rooms, mostly in the Law and Padgett-Thomas barracks buildings.

Published in: The Post and Courier
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Thursday
October 12, 2017
3. Bethany Lerch to speak at The Citadel as part of the Innovation Speaker Series - October 23

The Business Innovation Lab at the Tommy & Victoria Baker School of Business will host Bethany Lerch as the speaker of the school’s Innovation Speaker Series Monday, Oct. 23. The series showcases speakers from different aspects of innovation and entrepreneurial activity in their respective fields.

Published in: Lowcountry Biz SC
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