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Recognition Day at The Citadel: a report from campus

This past Saturday was Recognition Day at The Citadel. What is Recognition Day? From the school’s press release:

For freshmen, known on campus as knobs, Recognition Day marks the end of the highly regimented way of life that is The Citadel’s Fourth Class System, recognized as one of the toughest college military-training systems in the country.

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As The Citadel Turns

It was a busy weekend for Citadel cadets. Recognition Day for the first year knobs happened Saturday. It’s the most anticipated day of the year for knobs. 1,034 more words

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Waiting to hear how Rec Day turned out

I remember biting my hangnails, nails and actual fingers last year when Reese was going through this day at The Citadel. Until this point in time, the Knobs were considered to be just that….a doorknob. 183 more words


My superstars

Well, Drew has played his second Lacrosse game of the week; lost both so far. Tonight was their worst loss to date, 8-4. Although that was heartbreaking, Drew scored 50% of the team’s goals (2), so he had a phenomenal game! 170 more words


Event: Progress Pre-School GOLD Multiple Intelligence the Real Measure of Success

Hello Sweeties!

The time has come to explore and recognize the different forms of intelligences to help children achieve the most success.

Understanding that success isn’t solely based on how good a child is in math or science means giving the chance to recognize their ability to be good at other things as well, eventually creating a generation that possess multiple intelligences. 816 more words


Ang Galing Recognition Day

All Together in Dignity (ATD) Fourth World Philippines is an international non-governmental organization with no religious or political affiliation. Their programs include Street Libraries, Forums and Workshops, Festival of Learning. 197 more words


Dining in Charleston: A Wish List

Each time we visit Charleston we try to find a new place to eat. On a recent trip we enjoyed dinner at The Coleman Public House… 376 more words

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