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The Daily Record: ‘Chautauquan Daily’ makes its debut: 1906 here and abroad

With the first edition of the daily newspaper in the summer of 1906, the Chautauqua Press announced a change in name. For the first time, the paper would bear the name readers recognize today: The Chautauquan Daily. 1,264 more words


Hotels That Offer Discounts to Citadel Families

Each year I am asked about the best hotels to stay in when parents visit the school. The city is a very popular tourist destination and there are a wide variety of properties to choose from that range from luxury hotels to discount properties. 241 more words

The Citadel

Andrei's Recognition Day

Weeks before the academic year of Philippine School Oman ended, we received a very welcoming surprise from my son’s adviser. Mrs. Ingrid made a call and told us that Andrei is awarded IBT distinction for having a very high score in the Science category. 120 more words

Infant And Children

IFL School Activities


Last January 28, IFL preschool pupils participated in the IFL regional competition for the Laguna Area. Five schools sent representatives for the said event. 1,251 more words


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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The Citadel

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

The Citadel

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