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Citadel News Service
28 Oct 2015

The Citadel featured live during Friday night football


The Citadel was the focus under the Friday night lights at two football games in the Lowcountry.

Citadel Regimental NCO, Devin Taylor, respresented the South Carolina Corps of Cadets on television and on the field at the Cresent High School and is a junior at The Citadel. He was interviewed live by WCIV-TV (ABC 4) during half-time about what it is like to be a cadet at The Citadel.



Also, The Citadel Provost and Dean of the College, Dr. Connie Book, made a live appearance under the lights during half-time on Sept. 11 during one of the biggest match ups of the high school football season, Summerville High School vs. Goose Creek. Book, whose interview also appeared on WCIV-TV, was asked about her new job as the second in command at one of the world's most prestigous military colleges.



Dean of Engineering at The Citadel, Dr. Ron Welch, also made an appearance during halftime on Oct. 30 during the Pinewood vs. Porter-Gaud game. Welch's interview appeared on WCIV-TV and he spoke about what makes The Citadel's engineering program special.



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