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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2000

4 The Rambler April 12, 200() i" <' Hazing, from page 3 •two years ago. Several players complained to management about being hit with socks full of coins in order to toughen them up for life in the NFL.. Though the problem was handled internally, you'd have to throw this in with the more idiotic- ways of greeting new co-workers. Despite the harsh ha/ing, the Saints still finished as one of the worst teams in the league. Perhaps they should have tried some of the things that most other NFL teams do to their rook- ies, such as shaving heads or taping players to goal posts for a few hours. The most recent and notewor- thy hazing incident took place on the University of Vermont hockey team. After university officials learned of hazing on the team, they conducted an investigation that included all the members and staff of the team. What came to light was that several players had lied through- "The truth is, hazing is just part of being on a sports team. Although my hazing has been in ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2000

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2000

In the Spotlight By Ben Parker « The State of Radio I have come to a realiza- tion. Despite all that has been changed as far as formats and personalities go, Dallas/Fort Worth radio still sucks. We used to make fun of Kiss FM for playing the same song over and over within 45 minutes, but now it seems like other stations are doing the same thing. And the songs commonly played are not that good. This • has more to do with the state of music, but there can still be some variety. Most rock sta- tions play the same Alice in Chains-Soundgarden-Nirvana hybrid .that just gets old after the first 5,(XX) times you hear it a day. What I would call the "good 'ol days" of radio were just a few years ago, and even then they weren't great, but it was better than it is now. We used to have Z-Rock. Anyone old enough to remember that? Now that was a radio station. When you tuned in, you knew what you were going to get; heavy metal and stuff you wouldn't hear anywhere else. But that went by the way- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

zijl a _dl jl K E S L E y A N (J N I V E R S / T Y The students' voice since 1917 April ,19, 2000 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 83, No. 12 News Briefs Last Issue This is the last issue of The Rambler lor the 19W 2000 school yeai It i'lI resume publication 111 September Health ( enter I he umveiMtv health center ieu|>eneii A pi 11 12 \ll scmces pre vanish nth-red ai> again available lo • indent •> I hi iiiok miniinulain itiulail hv1111 Stilli'.aiK tliK\i<>i i'l health sei \ ii es al ■*.! 4'MV VN ho Wants a Scholarship? Ml ui iciil!'. <. iii oiled Wc*. ' leyan I nd/iil > h,r.; the opportunity to enu'i anil v\ in up to SI .(MX) in scholar hip nione\ I rum the univet sitv .11uI I ollett bookstoic gilt cer lil'icates lutcie let! -.Indents should complete an cults t(>iin. available in tin' S11 itlt' I it (ioverniuent Associ at ion ol'l k v Wiinicis will be annouticeil Apnl in .the Brown I uptoii ( 'aiiipus ( i nlei I oi more iiiloiuia lion. i.all lhe S( iA ollice at ext. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

2 The Rambler April 19, 2000 Students respond to The * Rambler's, readership survey The majority of 180 Wesleyan students polled March 27 said they like The Rambler's opinion page- best and the sports page least. The Rambler conducted a read* ership study in such classes as speech, English, world history, advertising and MBA courses. . Some 19 percent of the readers liked the opinion pages best while 17 percent said they like sports the least. Fourteen percent of the readers said they read the paper every issue, 27 percent said most of the time and 47 percent said sometimes; 12. percent did not answer the question. Dustin Fockler, Rambler editor in chief, said, "I appreciate all the feedback and Fro. excited to learn that so many people read the paper regularly and are not apathetic." "/The RamblerJ is far more interesting, focuses on more important issues and is currently well-written." "I definitely agreed with the suggestion (from a 20-year-old political science major] that we in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

The Rambler April 19, 2000 3 I I I $ « New Urban University may shape education II seems like yesterday that I was walking up the sidewalk next to the administration build- ing to be elected president of this marvelous place we call Texas Wesleyan. This nine-year period has down by so quickly. Together, we have accomplished much for which we can be thankful. Thankful because we have had the opportunity to help nourish and support a university that , ,■ . is changing lives on a daily basis. We are a university community that not only gives people an opportuni- ty to expand their intellectual horizons, but we also encourage each other to approach life with a heart that is open to new possibili- ties. Jake B. schrum Maybe the most important task that we have accomplished together is the naming of our common mis- sion as that of a New Urban University. Perhaps,Wesleyan will become known nationally for reminding America that the educa- tion of a diverse citizenry through the acquisition ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

4. The Rambler April. 19, 200() Softball continues winning streak, beating University of Incarnate Word Rhonda Freeman SPORTS EDITOR The softball team beat University of Incarnate Word, April 15 in a doubleheader, 4-3 and 4-1. These two wins were very important for the Rams because the women had a split with Incarnate Word losing one and winning one game, April 1. In the first game the team start- ed off slowly, trailing the Crusaders 3-1 in the sixth inning. In the seventh inning of the game sophomore pitcher Tracey Dean,, senior outfielder Brandi Williams and freshman outfielder Melanie Williams scored one run apiece putting the Rams up by one run, 4-3. "I was very proud of the girls because they did not quit. 1 think that they feel unbeatable right now because we are playing so well and are determined to make it to Regionals," said head coach Rodney McNeil. In the second game against Incarnate Word, the Rams struggled . until the last inning. Dean was the only player who. had sco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 April 2000

Local film groups feature classics Fort Worth Film Group College of St. Thomas More 3017 Lubbock Ave. (817)924-6635 I si & 3rd Fridays every month.7:30 p.m. Matt Smith fajfp WKnEpr; n Local film bulls would no doubt enjoy the Fort Worth Film Group and the Fort Worth Film Festival's Tuesday Classics. The five-year-old Fort Worth Film Group, started by Ryan Brennan, meets on the first and third Friday every month in the library of the College of St. Thomas More located at 3017 Lubbock Ave. The .small college is located right oil Berry Street and across the street from Texas Christian University. Brennan said the group, which meets at around 7:30 p.m., shows two films on the first Friday. Brennan said he chooses the first film while the second is "picked from films others show up with." Brennan said that while the films are gener- ally good, "we've shown some real- ly crazy, weird movies at times." Brennan said he likes to keep the film group choice eclectic because it provides a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

\ . '{c jJ TEXAS WESLEYAN SEP 0 5 2000 Tti LIBRARY E X A S W E S L E Y A N U N I V E R S I T Y e Rambler The students' voice since 1917 August 30, 2000 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 84, No. 1 News Briefs Fall Recruitment Fall recruitment for Greek life takes place this week. Informal par- ties will be held Thursday, Aug. 31, and Friday, Sept. 1, beginning at 6 p.m., in the SUB. Formal parties will be held Saturday, Sept. 2, beginning at 8:30 a.m., in the SUB. Nenetta Burton Carter Building A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the new Nenetta Bur- ton Carter Building May 25. The ceremony took place on the lot at Avenue D and Binkley, west of Dan Waggoner Hall, and was followed by a luncheon. The Nenetta Burton Carter Building is the first project of the Comprehensive Campaign. It will house the department of psycholo- gy and will include offices for fac- ulty, a laboratory, two classrooms, a student lounge and a student work area. Wesleyan is awaiting permits from the city to continue con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

m r - 2 The Rambler August 30,2000 I Jeffcoat, from page 1 accountability, Asset devel- • oprnent. Service and Team- ■ work. I I He also stressed the ; endowment issue, stating ! that he would like to double the endowment over the next • five years. Jeffcoat said he would accomplish this by developing good, solid ; investment strategies and by balancing the budget. He said these endowments would be used for faculty pay, student scholarships and technology. "The world is going digital, and we're going to have to catch up with it," Jeffcoat said. Jeffcoat said his favorite aspect of Wesleyan is the "enormous Royalty" 'expressed by faculty and staff during the interview process. Search committee members said they are happy with the way the search went. Dan Boulware, chair of the search committee, said the search was successful and there were some great candidates. Boulware said, "I think [Jeffcoat] was clearly the best choice." Dr. Ibrahim Salih, pro- fessor of political science and ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

Opinions The Rambler August 30, 2000 3 I Comments What are your hopes for the upcoming year at Wesleyan? Faith Beverly Freshman Biochemistry "This year I hope to finally decide which specific field of medicine will make me the most fulfilled and wealthy." Zach Sellers Sophomore Business "In the upcoming year at Wesleyan I plan to improve my grades as well as make our campus a more enjoyable place to go to school." Eunice Chavez Senior Mass Communication "I want to graduate in May and make my parents and my professors proud." Jozef Bobula Freshman Music "I hope to get a degree and be suc- cessful and learn to speak English fluently. 1 hope Wesleyan will bring new possibilities for me." Phillip Smith Sophomore Sports Management "1 just hope the baseball team can go to Mobile, Ala., for the College World Series. 1 also hope to get drafted in the 2001 Major League Baseball draft in June." 1 Aaron Alfrey Senior Education "1 pray that the love of Jesus Christ will take control on this cam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

4 The Rambler August 30, 2000 p. } Here's everything you need to know about "Going Greek" Donna Haney CAMPUS UFE EDITOR Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles intended to inform students about the various student organizations on campus. The information given here was provid- ed by officers of each group and does not in any way reflect the opin- ions of The Rambler or its staff. The walls, bulletin boards and windows all over campus are plas- tered with posters and flyers that talk about "Rush" or "Recruitment." This is the period when sororities and fraternities con- centrate their efforts toward show- ing potential members what Greek life is about. How can you join one of these organizations? How do you know which organization is best for you? One of the opportunities afforded by Rush Week is that stu- dents who may be interested in join- ing a particular organization have the chance to interact with current members before making any com- mitment. It's almost lik...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

W 't" But I Iire ti- ns. >ok ob- ado hat It the to ok amp nn. The Rambler August 30, 2000 i> Wesleyan's volleyball team gets set to spike Catherine Weir STAFF WRITER The Texas Wesleyan Women's Volleyball team is back in action preparing for the upcoming 2000 volleyball season under third year head coach Rick Johansen. This year's team is looking to improve on last year's 18-6 record that left them just shy of reaching the regional playoffs. While the Rams traveled as far as California for competition and had a strong record, it was ultimately decided that they did not have enough wins within the region and therefore they did not secure an at-large bid. Practice began more than two weeks ago and so far is going great. "Practice is great, we have such a strong team and there are really no weak players so there is a lot of competition at every position. We should be well prepared for our first tournament," said freshman Shelley Massey. Looking to improve on last year's success sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 2000

6 The Rambler August 30, 2000 '> ntertainment Qdoba: food that's worth the trip Donna Haney ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR As poor college students, whose very survival depends on such delicacies as Ramen noodle soup and pilfered salad bar crackers, a crucial daily question is "Where can 1 find kept secret in town. The fact that nothing on the menu is priced over $5.50 adds to the popularity of Qdoba. The friendly staff has found the way to add variety to the Mexican food lover's three basic food groups; burritos, tacos and nachos. When you walk up to the serving counter, food that will fill me and still leave some cash in my wallet?" Often, it is not necessarily a prerequisite that the food taste really good. We merely want to stop that obnoxious rumbling sound that interrupts our after- noon class and we want to avoid applying for another stu- dent loan to do it. The solution to this age-old dilemma can be found at the end of a iO-minute drive through downtown Fort Worth. I have to tell ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2000

TEXAS WESLEYAN SEP 07 2000 library T_ E X A _S_ W E S L E Y A N u „ /V I V E R S I T Y 1 V, V 2=: Si——S 15 i-S V i ■ fciifix J H 15 Li f i L. Rambler The students' voice since 1917 September 6, 2000 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 84, No. 2 ax per- Vfax" News Briefs Mandatory Insurance All students who do not want $200 charged to their accounts for mandatory insurance should contact the Office of Student Life or the Health Center. Students must submit a waiver card arfd proof of comparable insur- ance no later than Sept. 8. Steel Magnolias An all-Wesleyan alumni cast will present Robert Har- ling's Steel Magnolias Sept. 6-10 at Jubilee Theatre. Per- formances are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. For reservations, call (817) 560-5677. Dr. Jeffcoat to preach Dr. Harold G. Jeffcoat will give a sermon at Poly- technic United Methodist Church Sunday, Sept. 10. Worship begins at 10:30 a.m., with reception imme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2000

% . ;v, -, •W ;H a/ ®\ . ;t <13? 2 The Rambler September 6,2000 RING AROUND THE SINK Photo by Melanic Manning Brown water leaves a ring around the drain of a sink in Stella Russell Hall. Tenants have been allotted supplies of bottled drinking water due to the metallic taste of faucet water. Stella, from page 1 turned the hot water back on, it cleared out. Huddleston said that, although some residents have complained that the water has a slightly metallic taste, it is safe to drink. Huddleston said about 90 gallons of bottled drinking water have been distributed to resi- dents, and 360 more gallons were brought in on Friday. On Friday samples of the water were taken for an iron test, and results from this test should be in around Sept. 15, according to Applin. A company called Scale Free performed the cleaning process, called descaling, in which the hydrochloric acid is poured into the pipes to eat the rust. This process was successful in removing rust from the pipes. However, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2000

3 The Rambler September 6, 2(MX) Opinions fp rc I'd 'e' ke Campus Comments What do you think about Greek life on campus? Arica Colley Junior Elementary Education "I think sorority life is beneficial for some girls who need a place to fit in, but it can be damaging too because not everyone can be included." Erica Robinson Junior Psychology "I think Greek life is unfairly non- existent for African-American students. We need to develop a stronger understanding of why we have Greek societies." Ike Anazodo Senior Political Science "1 think it's a very good thing to do. Any forum that is created for people to come together and share ideas has to be lauded." Angela Krahula Freshman Musical Theater I "I've heard people saying it's good, it's sisterhood, but I've also heard people say it costs hundreds of dollars and it's not worth it. 1 don't really know." Raun Shephard Junior Business Psychology "Right now I think it's satisfactory, but I hope it will improve with the introduction of new s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2000

. I IS. ..CiVi • ■ 4 The Rambler September 6, 2000 Campus Life Napster % % destroyer of capitalism or candy store for music lovers? Matt Smith STAFF WRITER Tired of paying $15-20 for compact disks that cost the record companies about a buck to produce and feature only one or two worthwhile songs? Tired of top 40 radio driving the same three hits into the ground, or classic rock radio which apparently has no idea that the Rolling Stones recorded songs other than Satisfaction? Wouldn't it be cool to have access to practically any song by any artist at any time? Thanks to Napster (www,napster.com). building such a musical library is now pos- sible. Oh, and by the way, it's completely free. Napster, developed by 19-year-old Northeastern University student Shawn Fanning in January 1999, may affect music more than anything since the invention of the phonograph. It has sent shockwaves through current concepts of copyright pro- tections and intellectual property rights. Napster enables user...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2000

.. *rj r>:.. ^ . Sports The Rambler September 6, 2000 5 Wesleyan men's soccer starts the season with success David Slater STAFF WRITER Friday, Sept. 1, the men's soccer team opened their season with a convincing 5-1 win over Austin College. The team has retained the nucleus of players it carried last year while also adding strength to the squad with the introduc- Jion of some very capable freshmen. „ The team made a good start with Dustin Michalack opening the Ram's account for the year with the first goal. Ryan Clarkson added to this positive start by scoring another shortly before half time. After the interval, Casey Weil scored a rare Reader goal, taking the tally to three. Austin College, trying to bridge the gap, responded with a goal to reduce the deficit to two. Wesleyan's forward Weil then took his per- sonal tally to two for the afternoon when scoring more conventionally off the ground. With the Victory an almost certainty, Robert Schindlbeck added to the final score wit...

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