Vol. 1, No. 4 December 2002  




 

General's Journal

A welcomed period of reflection and assessment

A quiet has descended over campus that offers a chance for reflection and assessment. Experiences have taught us that challenges promote the kind of growth that is not possible when everything is going as expected.


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  • Experience Christmas 2002 at The Citadel
  •    If you watch the Christmas Candlelight Service or take a musical tour of the holiday lights in the barracks, you'll discover that Christmas at The Citadel is still as special as ever.

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  • Citadel athletes win where it really counts
  •    An athlete at The Citadel is more likely to earn a college diploma than at any other Division I college in South Carolina according to NCAA statistics released this month.

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  • Why is Hotel always in front?
  •    During the high visibility media opportunities that have come to The Citadel in the past two years, Hotel Company cadets have been the backdrop of first choice. Why? Because they're the best. And if you don't believe it, read the inscription on the President's Cup.

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  • Historic carillon comes back to life
  •    The Thomas Dry Howie Carillon is once again creating music after nearly two decades of silence. Christmas songs pealed across the campus this month, announcing the return of a Citadel treasure.

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  • Young bullpup an inspiration to cadets
  •    Cadet volunteers give up time to work with the Bulldog/Bullpup program but many cadets discover that they get back much more than they give.

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  • There's still time
  •    To save on your taxes and make a difference at The Citadel. For the speed and convenience of online giving, check our web site.

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