Vol. 2, No. 4December 2003

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Former NC Congressman and CEO teaches government

Alex McMillan brings a wealth of experience to the school of business as the holder of the W. Frank Hipp Distinguished Chair of Business.

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Behind the scenes of an honor trial

A cadet looks at the factors facing the honor court when a cadet is accused of violating the honor code.

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  • Cadets leave Citadel for military service
  •   With 55 cadets in a deployable status, a number of cadets are delaying their education to serve their country. No cadet has encountered more delays, however, than Kelly Gee, who has had his fourth class year interrupted twice.

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  • Leader of pipe band brings plenty of experience
  •   Jim Dillahey, Class of 2001, is now leading The Citadel's pipe band. Despite his youth, he's a veteran piper who has won competitions both here and abroad. And he's just the man to fill Sandy Jones's shoes.

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  • Wrestlers place at national match
  •   Three wrestlers placed near the top during a national tournament in Reno. Two of them showed why they were nationally-ranked pre-season by Amateur Wrestling News.

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  • Major changes in store for Johnson-Hagood
  •   The place that is home to the largest annual gatherings of friends and alumni is overdue for a restoration. Plans are underway to make some much-needed improvements to the 55-year-old Johnson-Hagood Stadium.

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  • General's Journal
  •   In looking back over the past year, the mood of The Citadel has largely been reflected in the role of all those in The Citadel family who have helped serve in the war on terror.

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