Friday, October 20, 2017

The Agenda: Citadel board facing possible shakeup, Charleston tourist linked to mysterious Cuba 'attacks'

SEC coaches weigh in on White House snub

Posted by Dustin Waters on Fri, Oct 20, 2017 at 11:03 AM

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Following a review by South Carolina's Legislative Audit Council, support has grown for re-evaluating who can serve on The Citadel's governing board — namely, opening the board up to non-alumni members. Source: Post and Courier

During Media Day on Thursday, SEC coaches weighed in on reports that South Carolina is the first women's basketball national championship team to not be invited to the White House since 1983. Source: USA Today

A Charleston tourist fears that his mysterious ailments may be linked to possible attacks on U.S. embassy workers in Cuba. Source: AP/Washington Post

The South Carolina Court of Appeals shot down an effort by local neighborhood groups opposing a new cruise terminal in Charleston, upholding a 2014 court decision. Source: AP/Charlotte Observer

Gov. Henry McMaster paid a visit to Chapin High School this morning to congratulate Dr. Akil Ross, who has been named National Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Source: The State/Twitter


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