Vol. 2, No. 3 July 2003


Fall Football Schedule

(Starting times subject to change)

Other news from The Citadel

Class of 2003 has bold plans

Weight room gets major overhaul

State cuts force tough choices

Top cadets for 2003-2004 named

Finch heads new School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Class of 2003 gives live mascot to Corps

Significant gifts boost programs

Krause commits $2 million to leadership initiative

Brashier donates land for scholarship endowment

Warlick pledges $1 million to cadet scholarships

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  • Houston receives Purple Heart
  •    President Bush presented Jeff Houston '96 with a Purple Heart for his heroism in Iraq. While the war is officially over, a steady stream of alumni continue to be deployed to help win the peace in Iraq.

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  • Citadel alumni serving in the Persian Gulf
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  • 100% of pilot candidates accepted
  •    Only 57% of the Air Force ROTC candidates nationwide who apply for pilot training get a slot. At The Citadel, 100% of the junior applicants were accepted into the highly competitive program.

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  • Honors student makes unconventional music
  •    Engineering major Reed Kastner turned to a computer and algorithm to create some pink noise in an independent study last spring.

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  • General's Journal
  •    What sets a Citadel graduate apart? Reflections on the Class of 2003 reinforce the qualities that have become identified with generations of alumni.

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  • Globetrotting cadets seek academic challenges
  •    The Star of the West Fellows are traveling widely in search of research opportunities and internships.

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    Summer at The Citadel means summer school and, according to statistics, the campus is a popular place. Summer enrollment has increased 10 percent a year for the past two summers.