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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

2 features . 1994 Ih& (Brand Drawer P Abilene TX 79698 (915) 670-1438 Co-EditorPhotograplicr Karen Boss Co-EditorA &E Editor Tara Trcmainc Apprentice Laura Home Sports Editor Mike Cagle Advertising Manager Steve Doyle .Office Manager Jennifer Jordan 'Photographers Ashley Fcalhcrston Jason Hatton StalT Writers Jeff Armstrong Josh Bowcrman Paige McCain Dave Meads Jennifer Parmer Collcy Patton Frances Plymale Jenny Raub Steve Zimmcr Guest Writers Cody Martin Elizabeth Sikcs Julie Ward Advisor Randy Armstrong The Brand is a non-profit cam- pus newspaper published Thursdays during the long term except for holi- days examination periods and other pre-announccd dates. The Brand welcomes letters to the editorandguestcolumns.Edi totals and columns should contain the author's name classification and tele- phone number. They should be typed and received one week prior to publication. They arc subject to edit- ing for libel news style spelling grammcr and space limitations. Opinions csp...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

Ifu 'Brand February 3 1994 features 3 Abortion and Emotional Breakdown: The problems are real but there is help! (Part two of two) r . The study also shows many requirements there would be ex- and is funded through donations. women will suffer further medi cal side effects: Dave Meads StqffWriter The emotional effects of abor- tion as seen in part one of this series show the problems women face are real and need to be ad- dressed. Many are not informed -140 increasedrisk of breast cancer. -30 increased risk of tubal pregnancy. -160 increased risk of tubal of the potential emotional and pregnancy aftertwoormoreabor- medical dangers they subject their tions. bodies to when having an abor- -600 increased risk of Pla- tensive regulations to inform pa- The center offers: tients of the risks. Second based -free pregnancy testing on the estimated 5 million abor- -counselling with a licensed tions done each year in the U.S. counselor as to options and alter- and the proven percentile who na...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

4 Features j Vfie'BiwuC :A The Gmardvsnturi Dr. Ddh Gociiadr 1 's- S ? ?$s 5 tj.- WeekendsforHatdaxtoaCol- own unique history and archi- leee students usually begins on tecture. Small shoos of all kinds Thursday after their last class aboundintheccntraldistnctand utasses are scncaiuca ior won- are au wiuun easy wauong ui: day through Thursday withFrK tancc to the train station One or days being devoted to field trips my favorite bits of history is the occasional make-up classes or Round Church an Anehcan v sv . . ."-- ;-'i v v. .'V jree travel umc iravci time enured tmttvwasDUUtm' we means exploring uw surround- Nornuns. during the; 10th cerK Ing community including turyKIt Has been continuous kanwwnLinlnNottmgham J use rcwr iinceptovidwg ierr (yes thaw jtally; isSberwood vices each Sunday - ; -4 Forest) orBelvou: Castle (pror For the real adewwttsome. 3jbuxxdA'Beav;c take rented bike on I . .-'..(. ... . T . -v " VVT . V"? ."" .V . "' .- 'NX.' - 5- I trae pUces are more than 30 20 ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

VfU&rand CT"mA.. E? ft$ruory3 1394 JUVUI& J Campuses Rocked N1 Rolled By California Quake College Press Service It isn't often that an all-nighter can save your life but two California State University-Northridgc students are alive today be- cause they weren't sleeping when almost everyone else was. Amy Miller starting pitcher for the CSU Northridge women's softball team and third-base player Shannon Jones were wide awake and chatting about 4:30 am in their first-floor apartment when the 6.6-point earthquake jolted the San Fernando Valley crumpling freeways and buildings and creating a hellish scene of gushing water and fires caused by broken water and gas pipes. One of the women had gone into the kitchen to prepare a snack and the other was in the bedroom when the earthquake caused the ground to leap up as much as 12 feet near the epicenter creating a jackhammer effect particularly devastating to bridges roads and buildings. The upper floors of the apartmentcomplex crushed ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

6 features 1994 Love & Marriage at HSU Rod Pruitt Guest Columnist faculty and staff might give up on tually." - Shawn Baker freshman the idea all together. As I talked "Sometimes marriage ruins a When I came to Hardin-Sim- with some of you I could hear a perfectly good relationship." -mons in 1989 as a freshman I wonderful mix of serious opti- Niles Dunnells senior remember hearing the rumors of mistic and funny thoughts on mar- "Marriage needs to be a friend- HSU being a shoe factory:people riage. ship. If it is only a love relation- would come here as little lost souls Here are some of the thoughts ship and you wake up not in love and leave as a pair. Since my 'that HSU had on marriage. .. ' one day you are in trouble." -Ron wedding date with Beth Rickman "Marriage is a big step that a Maynard junior a graduate of the School of Edu- lot of people on campus rush into. 'There must be respect be- bSL SSIFIEDS 670-1438 & SERVICES TYPING DATA PROCESS- ING. All school related pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

TfU'Brand !Ft6rtun3 1994 J4rts & Entertainment 7 Jennifer Parmer: Plot twist makes Blink work Blink is the latest cinema thriller that will keep viewers in suspense. The film stars Aidan Quinn who plays Detective John Halstrom and Madeleine Stowe as Irish folk musician Emma Brody. Brody an attractive woman in her early 30s was blinded by her mother at the age of eight The film begins with Brody receiving a retina transplant that enables her to see although her vision is severely distorted. As if adjusting to a world she has not seen in 20 years were not confusing enough she is also haunted by the vision of a sinister man who seems to be stalking her. Out of desperation she goes-to the police where she is not taken seriously. A woman is murdered in Brody's apartment complex and the man Brody keeps seeing is the prime suspect Detective Halstrom is assigned to the case and his only witness is this half-blind violin player. He works on the case and becomes more and more intrigued wi...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 February 1994

8 Sports VfU 'Brand fthruaty 31994 Meet The Players... with Reglna Churman Adrienne Armstrong a sophomore Cowgirl from Sweetwater has been lacing up her high tops since she was in the third grade-playing in pee-wee basketball leagues. While play ing in High School Armstrong relax and enjoy playing ball with received many awards including friends to keep in shape. All-District and All-Area hon- In Saturday's game against ors. McMurry Armstrong had 21 Armstrong has fun playing in points and six rebounds aiding games and at practices but like the HSU Cowgirls in a 79 - 69 most athletes she has had her defeat over the Lady Indians share of temporary burn outs. Here are the rest of her stats for During the summer she tries to the McMurry game. fFG U-17 3s Free Throws Pts. Rebounds 1-4 8-12 21 6 D ale! $3off HARDIN-SIMMONS TEDDY BEARS All Styles All Brands M U IIIHIWI.HU T-H LOWEST STUDENT AIRFARES TO EUROPE ASIA 1-800-255-8000 I tarMmiSljfatFWtCitilMmiiltNimiionto St1iE.tld.SuttA-1M sofe...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

HARDIN'SMMONS U N I R I February 10 1994 Abilene Texas Vol. 81 No. 15 PREPARE: HSU Offers Premarital Seminar Leslie Carleton Media Relations It's back! The Family Psychology Cen- ter and the Student Development Office of Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity are offering the second annual PREPARE seminar. Couples preparing for mar- riage should "definitely consider enrolling in the PREPARE pro- gram" says Brian Bluhm program coordinator. "We had a lot of positive feedback last year from theparticipants. The couples really seemed to benefit from tak- ing PREPARE." This inventory made up of 125 questions covers such topics as conflict resolution communi- cation finances personality parenting sex family and friends religion and egalitarian roles. PREPARE has recently be- come more widely recognized and not just by marriage counselors. The inventory's usefulness and validity is catching the eye of the media as well. David Olsen creator of PRE- PARE was recently on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" discuss...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

2 VlTm!POI9& ftBruary 10 1994 the 'Brand Drawer P Abilene TX 79698 (915) 670-1438 Co-EdkorPfeotographer Karen Boss Co-EditorA &E Editor Tara Trcmaine Apprentice Laura Home Sports Editor Mike Cagle Advertising Manager Steve Doyle Office Maaager Jennifer Jordan Photographers Ashley Featherston Jason Hatton Staff Writers Jeff Armstrong Josh Bowerman ReginaChurman Kimberly Cornutt Paige McCain ' Dave Meads Jennifer Parmer Colley Patton Frances Plymale Jenny Raub Steve Zimmer Guest Writers Cody Martin Elizabeth Sikcs Julie Ward Advisor Randy Armstrong The Brand is a non-profit cam- pus newspaper published Thursdays during the long term except for holi- days examination periods and other pre-announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters to the editor and guest columns. Editorals and columns should contain the author's name classification and tele- phone number. They should be typed and received one week prior to publication. They are subject to edit- ing for libel news style spellin...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

TficVratut ftbruwy 10 1994 Vvbwqoit: 3 Letter to the Editor's- Students What has happened on this campus? Why is there such a blatant disregard to the simple guidelines of parking a car? Do you know what the rules are? Do you know that there are places where you are not to park? Do you even care? Faculty members have spaces which are reserved for them in front of their buildings. These spaces are marked "FAC STAFF and that means that they are to be parked in by Faculty and Staff members who have apurple decal in 'the lower right hand cor ner of the front window of their cars. Why is it that students con- tinue to park in those spaces? Can you not read? It seems to boil down to nothing more than a disrespect for Faculty and Staff Members. This is not a big campus. Go to one of the larger universities in our fair state and you will see how small this one is. Having graduated from Texas Tech Uni- versity I know. I know what it is like to park my car in the com- muter lot and either tak...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

4 features Ifie 'Brand 10 1994 wwwwiwwimwwmwwwwfwwi A World of Difference that's the theme for the Student Mis- sions Conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth March 4-6. The program features singer Wes King Henry Blackaby author of Experiencing God Jerry Rankin president of the Foreign Mission Board David Samuel Barbara Joiner Jimmy Maroney Pam Moore and Greg Sumii. The Company Southwestern's drama group will perform during the conference. Other activities include Global Village International Luncheon Mission Action Project and Seminary Stride. The Student Missions Conference is not just for those who are considering missions. It is a great learning experience for everyone. The $25 preregistration cost covers registration transportation and insurance. Housing is provided free by SWBTS students. Meals will not be provided but there are many restaurants in the area. After February 11 cost will be $33 so sign up soon in the Religious Activities Office. Frid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

TcBruary 10 1994 JClVUTS D First Full-time Woman Bible Professor Comes to the Forty Acres Mrs. Susan Pigott Angic Bolivcr Media Relations Hardin-Simmons University is breaking new ground with the arrival of Mrs. Susan Pigott the first full-time woman Bible pro- fessor in the Logsdon School of Theology. Pigott a 1986 summa cum laude graduate of HSU received her Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary in 1989. She is currently writing her doctoral dis- sertation. Her husband Kelly received his doctorate in December o f 1 993 an4 is pastor of First Baptist Flat. 'Pigott is the second woman to teach in the religion area at HSU. Dr. Janet Norberg now of Oakland IL served for the three years 1954-57 as a religious edu- cation faculty member and director of student activities at HSU. Dr. H. K. Neely Dean of the Logsdon School of Theology is excited "to have one of our own outstanding graduates to come back and be a part of the HSU family." Many women arc ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

6 Features Ite'Brttod 10 1994 HSU Students Become Missionaries for the Summer Laura Home StqffWriter Seven Hardin-Simmons stu- dents have been appointed to various places around the world by the BSU State Summer Mis- sions Committee. They will be commissioned at a special service during the Baptist Student Con- ference at Park Cities Baptist Church February 25-27. Three students have been ap- pointed to serve in 'foreign countries. Brian Bessent will serve in Brasov Romania Lana Lyon in Cuba and Sunneye Phillips in Taiwan. Other students who have been appointed to serve in the U.S. inlcude Melissa Stephens to Albuquerque N.M. Laura Leavenworth to Washington D.C. and Alison Raymond and Michele Dezell to Texas. Bessent will be teaching En- SERVICES TYPING.DATAPROCESSING. All school related papers. Re- sumes - Legal Documents - La- bels - Manuscripts - Mail-merge -Lists - Job Applications. Call Robbie Thompson (915) 676- 7203. HELP WANTED glish working in evangelism working with youth ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

somas vktsM ftrts & TMertainment 7 VKcQrand Jen & Zim: Schindler's List triumph for Spielberg A Universal Pictures Release Jennifer Parmer: Finding Compassion Amidst Hatred Steven Spielberg has come through with another phenomenal movie event Schindler's List The lengthy docudrama is done in entirely black-and-white. Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson) starts a factory producing wartime goods. He hires Jews to work for him thus keeping them out of the concentra- tion camps. The Jews who are allowed to work are filled with gratitude because they realize their lives have been saved. During this time Schindler saves the money he makes from the factory and later uses it to bribe Reich officials and "buy" thousands of more Jewish lives in order to relocate them to the safety of his factory. The fortunate families who are chosen to work stay at the factory until the war ends at which time Schindler is forced to flee the country because of his illegal bribery acts. The movie was confusin...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1994

Sports 8 Meet The Players... with Regina Churman rtht 'Brand February 10 1994 The Cowboys and Cowgirls are both fighting for their confer- ence championship titles as we close out the regular season. Both teams close the regular season with conference foe McMurry . For the cowboys assuming they win their remaining games this will decide the conference championship. For the Cowgirls who are ranked 10 nationally this regular season fi- nale is a stepping stone to the national tournament The Cow- boys are also nationally ranked at 20. The HSU basketball program encourages every student to be at the McMurry basketball game as we attempt to fill the seats at the "cow palace" with a purple and gold wave. HSU bids farewell to another coach as Jennifer Smith volley- ball coach has accepted the assistant coaching spot at Texas A&M University. Smith a gradu ate of HSU was a three-sport letterman for the Cowgirls. In ad- dition to being captain of the volleyball team Smith lettered in golf...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 February 1994

HARDIN'SMMONS U N R v& mSSsv" ."NsVNW rN February 17 1994 Abilene Texas Vol. 81 No. 16 HSU Annual Phonathon: New and Improved COWBOY BAND WHITE HORSES INVITED TO DALLAS VICTORY PARADE... W. Scott Mather director of the Cowboy Band announced at the recent barbecue-concert that bandsmen and the Six White Horses and theirridershavebecn invited and have accepted an invitation to participate in the Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl victory vparade on Friday 11 am Feb18. Dr. William (Doc) Beazley coordinator of the Six White Horses' will accompany the riders. vOur Congratula tions!!! At Right -On a recent trip to LA. to interview actor Scott Glenn for the West Texas Mosaic Festival and KTAB news HSU student Steve Zimmer (right) and cam- eraman Ken Barry (left) encoun- tered Fievel (center) from An American Tail at Unviersal Stu- dw AUDITIONS 1 Open auditions for student directed One-Act plays will take place Sunday Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Van Ellis Theatre. You don't need to come with a pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 February 1994

2 VmWPOIT iHe 'Brand feBruanj 17 1994 Russell Beasley's fIhe (BrancC Drawer P Abilene TX 79698 (915) 670-1438 Co-EdRorPhotographer Karen Boss Co-EdkorA &E Editor TaraTrcmainc Apprentice Laura Home Sports Editor Mike Caglc Advertising Manager -Steve Doyle Office Manager Jennifer Jordan Photographers Ashley Featherston Jason HaHon StafTWriters Jeff Armstrong Josh Bowerman ReginaChurman Kimberly Comutt Paige McCain Dave Meads Jennifer Parmer Frances Plymale Jenny Raub Steve Zimmer Adviser Randy Armstrong' The Brand is a non-profit cam- pus newspaper published Thursdays during the long term except for holi- days examination periods and other pre-announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters to theeditorandguestcolurnns.Editorals and columns should contain the author's name classification and telephone number. They should be typed and received one week prior to publication. They are subject to edit- ing for libel news style spelling grarnmerand space limitations. Opinions expressed in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 February 1994

i QfteQraiuC 7thrwayl71994 features 3 8 t& . n't h W. r$$t r4V?t Faculty Members and Students Present Papers at Joint Meeting Three Hardin-Simmons University faculty members and five students presented papers at the recent joint meeting of the Southwest Texas Popular Cul- ture and American Culture As- sociations in Waco. Dr. Lawrence Clayton dean of the HSU College of Arts and Sciences served as chair of pan- els on "America's War Eras II: War in Film from WWI to Viet- nam" and also on a Cowboy Culture session. Clayton presented "The Reynolds Brothers' Long X Ranch: A Century of Ranching in the Davis Mountains." " Dr. B.W. Aston professor of history and director of the Rupert N. Richardson Research Center presented "Selling WWII in Microcosm: Evidence from a Smalltown Newspaper." Charlene Strickland assis tant professor of communica- tion gave a paper "The Strickland Ranch: Part of the J. P. Morris Legacy" Students who presented pa- pers and their topics included: Claire Canon A...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 February 1994

4 Features VJU "Brand TtGrwryl? 1994 I g Notes 1 J with Laura Home '. j Depression is main reason for Suicide among College Students One of the most exciting events of the year is just around the blockthe auctioner's block that is! The Second Annual Date Auction benefiting summer mis- sions has been set for Thursday February 24th at noon in the Moody' Center lobby. Dr. Larry McGraw will serve as auctioneer. The people donating die dates re- main anonymous while bidders battle for the exciting places and events. Last year dates included a trip to Dallas for a performance of Phantom of the Opera flying and scuba diving lessons picnics in the park and many other excit- ing activities. Karmen Kuykendall Brandon Kirby David Bryant John Cavitt Charlotte Savage Stephanie DeBoom Tracie'Voth Jamie Sinkule and Javier Cabeza are just a few of the students who have committed to donate dates for this year's Date Auction. Come enjoy the excitement of the Date Auction and bid on a date. Money goes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 February 1994

m lJU 'Brand ftBruanj 17 1994 features 5 & HSU Students Can Encourage Middle Schoolers to Stay in School by Befriending and Listening - ' '.Jjv;T' :H(i .V. 4 Laura Home StqffWriter A unique opportunity is avail- able to HSU students through the HSU Friends program. HSU Friends in conjunction with Abilene ISD's dropout preven- tion program seeks to befriend "at risk" middle schoolers in or- der to build their self-image while encouraging them to stay in school Dr. Julian Bridges Professor of Sociology and Head of the De- partment of Sociology and Social Work at HSU began the HSU Friends program. "Helping a stu- dent stay in school today may be the single most important contri- bution you can make toward that student's economic social and psychological future" he told his students. Students in Bridges' lower level sociology classes can earn extra credit by participating in the HSU Friends program. Project PASS (Program for Academic Success and Skills) is an alternative middle scho...

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