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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2000

■! ■■HI - _ «w -v . .* i • • • • 58* *> "#"* ^ - 2 The Rambler November 15,2000 ■gijMifcyip ""0' **??* ^FlK * is: V t' •-■: i *TT*i "i- 'V. v r=*- 1k/• .' # *•#* "I*--# * V'V' News $ Photo by Donna Haney : Work is begun on the Nenetta Burton Carter building :No£i3. Stella, from page 1 '. the allotted $300,000 is being used !for piping and plumbing that will ! not be visible. Piping and plumbing has been replaced in rooms, halls, sinks, showers and bathrooms throughout the building. Shutoff valves have been added ; to pipes to isolate the plumbing so ■that water will not have to be shut off in the entire building when a ; problem occurs. Approximately 1,400 joints were removed from the building , due to asbestos wrapping. I Maintenance is also being done ! in the dorm. New floor tile, ceiling tiles and carpet are being installed through- ■ out the building, as needed. Rooms, cabinets and desks are painted, and locks on drawers will be repaired. ^ - Medicine cabinets that have rust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2000

Opinions The Rambler November 15, 2000 3 Comments In keeping with the spirit of Thanksgiving, what are you most thankful for? Jennifer Chavira Junior Sports Management "I'm thankful for God putting me on this earth and for giving me my moth- er and the ability to play athletics and get an education." Todd Shelton Senior Education/ESS "I'm thankful that I'm about to gradu- ate next semester." Jill Huwe Junior Math "I'm thankful for my family. I have two awesome brothers. I'm also thankful for my best friend, the ability to play softball and to get an educa- tion." Alan Biel Sophomore Psychology Family, friends and girlfriends-plural. Keundra Carraway Freshman Biology 'My family, my friends and my good health." i Ross Hewett Senior Interdisciplinary Studies "My family and my wile. She's my best friend." Photos by Mclanie Manning The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoal, Publisher Or. Marian Haher, Adviser Shelly Wright, editor in chief <S news editor Martha Bri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2000

■mmm ■ ■«* "* r "r *^'"rv( ''ir,V r #^1^1 -m 4 The Rambler November 15,2000 Campus Life Education professor deals with blindness in a sighted world Elizabeth Stephens STAFF WRITER Communication is an issue students face daily with their professors. In order for students to learn and teach- ers to teach, good communication skills are imperative. Often students make that process more difficult than need be. How many move to the back of a class- room when choosing a seat? How many are last with their hand in the air? Fortunately, even in the most unresponsive of class- es, teachers can pick up on their students' facial expres- sions to tell if what they're explaining is sinking in, or if students just haven't got a clue. What happens when instructors are denied even this simplist of communication tools? Participation becomes essential. Dr. Robert Wilson, assistant professor of education, teaches science methodology at Wesleyan. He's an experienced educator, having taught grade school a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2000

Sports The Rambler November 15, 2000 5 ■*" Volleyball hosts conference tournament Photo by Martha Brinker ii The Wesleyan volleyball team warms up at the Heartland Conference starter against Drury University. The Lady Rams lost in the first round and ended their season with a 9-19 record Lollie Adkins STAFF WRITER The Lady Rams ended their season Nov. 9 with two losses in the Heartland Conference tour- nament. The tournament was held at Wesleyan with hope that this might help the Lady Rams go further into the finals. The teams included 1st seed St. Mary's, 2nd seed Incarnate Word, 3rd seed St. Edwards, 4th seed Drury and 5th seed Wesleyan. Even though the Lady Rams had a 9-17 record going into the tournament, they still had hopes of going further. Their first game was Nov. 9 against the 4th seed, Drury University. The girls hung in for a five game series. The first and second games were close, 13- 15 and 12-15, but Drury won both. The next two games went to Wesleyan, with scores of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2000

" h ! . 6 The Rambler November 15, 2000 Entertainment Bronco Bowl is a first date bust! The first time 1 went to the Bronco Bowl was for a concert. Walking through the main bowling alley and other entertainment arenas, it seemed like a great place for a first date. 1 planned on cosmic bowling for the first part of the night. My first big mistake was not listen- ing to the warnings of the counter lady when she told us the lanes weren't working very well. The sound system played continuously skipping, annoying music. We ventured on, not paying attention to the spotty crowd of a dozen or so. It had been awhile since I had been bowl- Luke Petty ing, so I wasn't really sure if the great bowling gods had changed the number of pins sup- posed to be standing at the end of the lane. 1 was, however, sure there wasn't sup- posed to be one lying horizontally in front of the fiberglass triangle. The "extra pin" was only the beginning of the problems we had that night. If the bar that comes down ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

texas wesleyan NOV 2 9 2000 library Texas W e s l e y a n U n i v e r s / r y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 November 29, 2000 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 84, No. 13 News Briefs Night of Jazz Wesleyan's jazz band will join the jazz band from Tar- rant County College in pre- senting a night of jazz Tues- day, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m., in the Texas Star Lounge of the Ramada Plaza Hotel. Finals Survival Kits The Student Ambassadors will have a Finals Survival Kit sale Tuesday, Dec. 5 dur- ing free period and Wednes- day, Dec. 6, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the SUB. Faculty Art Exhibition The faculty of the art department is presenting a group exhibition through Jan. 24 in the East Room of the Eunice and James L. West Library. The artists will host a reception Jan. 11, from 4-6 p.m. Faculty and student docents are available to escort group tours through the exhibition. For more information, call the depart- ment of art at ext. 5823. Festival of Lessons and Car- ols The Wesleyan Singers wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

,;v .vW v 2 The Rambler November 29, 2000 Classifieds For information on Rambler advertising please call Laura at (817)531-7582. Want A Quickie Class? Sqeeze in one of our Winter term courses during your holiday. •Microsoft Networking • Intro to Computers •App. Problem Solving •American Literature •College Algebra •Shooting/Firearms •Intro to Psychology •Intro to Sociology •Intro Speech Communication > Ceda r^Mley College 3030 N. Dallas Av«. • Lanca$t«f, TX 75134 wwwdcccd.adu/cvtf CadatVntoyQdcccd.edu 972.880.8201 If you're pregnant and alone, you need a warm voice, not a hotline. l-800-GLADMEY Wa#s Ifowr Give us a call and find out more! (817) 531-7552. nmwixr iTS Happy to* 'jmk." "gfoftKsBi* 'm ' ■B H or -wiSt 1 k)€d#i&fl I I. ... rwimlM* nfWMR>QN«H& •-«*« ttfti !b UjpMrHndkfor « litm yew jjjji " Ifcmt* ondotto * . ' ,r?/.: mmmm SkrWMoii W FORT WORTH Hul*n MoB 1817)265-1810 DALLAS <214] 369.1280 • S . MWWM rtlnwiatM >U IMUCMl <M 4 B> H'' m t9ft5<13 CAJ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

" i, i • j Opinions The Rambler November 29, 2000 3 21 Campus Comments What is your opinion of A1 Gore's decision to challenge the certified vote count in Florida? Antoine Williams Senior Sports Management "I have mixed feelings on it. I feel at this point he should step aside and let Bush assume office." Rita Vigil Freshman English "I think he should [contest the vote] because Bush cheated. Bush would be doing the same thing if Gore had won. That's not fair to the American people." Edwin Jackson Senior Psychology 'It's great. Every vote should count." Capri Warzhol Freshman Psychology "I think he should because it's fair. He has every right to do it." Levi Walls Sophomore Mass Communication "I'm a Democrat and 1 did vote for Gore, but enough's enough. It's time we had a president regardless of the way we get one." Bryan Voskuil Freshman Sports Management "I think |Gore] just needs to give it up. He lost, it's over. He's just mak- ing it hard for everyone else." Photos by Mclnnic Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

mms 4 The Rambler November 29, 2000 Campus Life 'Senioritis:' campus urban legend or infectious reality? When I began my long journey back to the world of higher education almost five years ago, (How is that possible?) 1 heard the whispered warnings of impending doom I was told, in hushed conversations, that no one was immune from the attack. There was nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. 1 listened to stu- "dents who spoke fear- fully of the dreaded disease "Senioritis." 1 promptly (and ———— contemptuously) put the idea on the Urban Legend shelf alongside the famed ) Candy man myth. You know the one-if you gaze into a mirror and whisper, "Candyman, Candyman, Candyman," a homicidal crea- ture from beyond the grave will appear behind you, then slice and dice you into , Reese's size pieces. 1 admit it! I laughed at their advice. I was like the dumb chick in every horror DONNA HANEY flick who ignores the shouted warnings not to go into a dark room. 1 walked through my days in a daze, fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

r ^ « . . . , 4 ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 A • - Sports The Rambler November 29, 2000 5 us 111 Lady Rams Basketball starts season 4-0 iy if ie re is ist 3U of r the David Slater STAFF WRITER Midnight Madness has long since faded into distant memory, and the hard preseason work has been com- pleted as the Lady Rams tipped off their season in impressive style. The team traveled to Denton to compete in the 14th annual Pioneer Premiere Basketball Tournament, hosted by Texas Women's University, Nov 17-18. Their opening match for the season was against the University of Central Oklahoma in what proved to be an extremely close game. The Rams led the game by two points at halftime with the score of 30-28. The second period was to be just as tight with the score of the first half repeated, giv- ing Wesleyan an overall victory of 60-56. Catherine Weir led the Lady Rams with 15 points. The second match of the two day event proved to be a much more comfortable result for Wesleyan as they defeated Texas Woman's ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2000

mm HMMMMiMi 6 The Rambler November 29, 2000 Entertainment Morning People return to Tattoo Bar Donna Haney ENTERTAINMEm EDITOR • How many people in this world would give their eye teeth to be able to raise a hand if some reporter asked who in the audience has ever known somebody famous? Personally, I know I would love to. 1 have great aspirations of one day being interviewed for some "The Way They Were" article that tells about a superstar before he or she was famous. I'm about to let you in on a little secret and give you an opportunity to meet a Wesleyan alumni well on his way down that road to stardom. His name is Kip Culberson, and he grad- uated last May. He is the drummer for the band Morning People, set to release their first CD next month. The band cultivated a strong fan base at Wesleyan last year when they were featured regularly at The Tattoo Bar, located at 6463 E. Lancaster. After a 1999 trip to Los Angelos, Morning People was signed to a recording contract with Twin Bud...

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

/J 'L:XAS WESLEYAN DEC 0 9 20|0 Hi: IS ^nh.Ah-'tr- ■f®?. r E X A S W Er S L E I -4 N „ V Jj L K £ R S_L r Y The students' voice since 1917 December 6, 2000 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 84, No. 14 News Briefs SGA Fall Social The Student Government Association will hold its Fall Social Wednesday, Dec. 6, from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., at the Caravan of Dreams/Grotto Bar. All students are invited to attend. Cover and food will be free. Student Ambassadors The Student Ambassadors are taking applications and interviews for the spring semester. To apply, call Kim Patten, director of freshman admis- sions, at ext. 4422. It's a Wonderful Life Wesleyan's school of fine and performing arts and The WARM Place will present It's a Wonderful Life Dec. 13-15 and 19-23 at Circle Theatere, located at 230 West Fourth St. in downtown Fort Worth. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13-15 and 19-22, 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 16 and 17 and 4 p.m. on Dec. 16,17 and 23. Tickets to the opening night Dec. 13 are $40 and include a pre-sh...

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

MMMMMMMglto* *•« .s-'wf • #• T iff ~ " •" tftlfjfir"*; _ ' * t *"+■ y ♦ if' • ■ , ip^fsp^ 2 The Rambler December 6, 2000 News Photo by Martha Brinker Trucks are parked outside the Wesleyan Villa apart- ments after the fire is exstinguished. Fire, from page 1 fence." Silva says she reported the trespassers' presence to Wesleyan security guards on several occa- sions last week, but nobody responded. Her daughter, Sandra Silva, said she is unhappy about the way the University responded to their reports. "They think because we're lower income, we don't care," said Silva "We do care, because this brings danger to us." Wesleyan security was unavailable for comment. "They don't have to live here, but we do," Silva said. "As long as they keep it clean and safe from |Wesleyan Street| in, they don't care about this neighborhood." The code enforcement agency will examine the Wesleyan Villa 111 to determine if it is structurally sound after fire investigators are through, according to Baker. "T...

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

Opinions The Rambler December 6, 2000 3 Campus Comments What are you most looking for- ward to over the upcoming vacation? Allizon Coseriu Sophomore Psychology 'My family vacation and getting tan." / Jesse Gonzales Senior Sports Management "Spring semester. I graduate in May." Decontee Weeks Senior Art "Money, presents, sleep and getting away from this school for a while." David Houle Senior Biology ' "No school, going home, getting a break and figuring out what I want to do after I graduate." Elliott Cannie Senior Psychology "Falling into a deep, month-long, uninterrupted sleep." Trina Gonzales Freshman Undecided "Hating food and sleeping in." Photos hy Melanie Manning The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harohl G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Dr. Mariun Halter, Adviser Sliellv Wright, editor in ehief A news editor Martha Brinker, managing editor, sports/photo editor Melanie Manning, eopv/opinions editor Donna Hanex. campus life and entertainment editor hlltra Never, advertising manag...

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

*--v.; whv--S v- 4 The Rambler December 6,2000 Campus Life Wesleyan Collegiate Institute introduces high school seniors to college life Elizabeth Stephens STAFF WRITER For all students at Wesleyan, that first semester was, or will be, something of an anomaly. It's the time where they have to adjust to new sur- roundings, a new set of instructors and classmates and new stifndards of education. It's the time to realize that college is the real thing. For some, the transition is easier than others. There are a handful of students here who are getting a head start. The Wesleyan Collegiate Institute is a program that has been around since 1992. The goal of the program is to introduce a small body of high school juniors and seniors to the college experience. * The program allows these students to earn dual high school and college credits for the English 1301 and 1302 classes they attend on campus, while introducing them to college life. They spend a year involved at Wesleyan, taking 1301 ...

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

Campus Life Extra The Rambler December 6, 2000 5 Finals Survival Kit Coffee, No Doz, Excederin and Jolt.... Wake yourself up with some caffeine. When you start to dose off, keep telling yourself, "There will, be lots ofi time |br sleep next week." Something else you might need is Tissue for crying when you realize your trusty computer just got a surge and erased your 10 page project. course, your computer, the only light source you may have at 4 am., has a clock and the Internet, in case you need some last minute ideas for papers to write. Don't forget to take plenty of breaks, and have plenty of snacks. Study with partners. You might get more out of it than you think. Don't over study! Pencils, pens, markers, and a magnifinving glass to read your classmates' notes (because they wrote them too small). > rj j rj i I * 1 i 1 i \\ v ^ i ^ . i i V- VtSv i* Notebooks, Binders, Books and don't forget that Cheat sheet-Some teachers DO let you use them. i * * u \

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 2000

■My- - < . te:":' 6 The Rambler December 6,2000 Sports Men win two games Catherine Weir STAFF WRITER The Wesley an men's basketball team, in the mid- dle of a six game home stand picked up two key victories this past week, leaving them with a promis- ing 2-4 record. After opening the season 0-3 in a string of road games and still being hampered by various injuries, the Rams have rebounded with renewed energy and intensity. The Rams hosted Southwestern Oklahoma University Nov. 28. The Rams opened the game with a weak zone defense, allowing Southwestern numer- ous three-point baskets. Falling behind 41-44 at the half, the Rams relied on Torrance Coleman and bench in the second half "This team believes in itself and / think when the smoke clears, we could be exactly where we said we would be all along". -Coach Terry Waldrop Photo by Martha Brinker Aaron Brochman goes to the hoop against Southwestern Oklahoma Nov. 28. The Rams defeated Southwestern with a score of 91-85. to pull out ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 2000

Sports The Rambler December 6,2000 7 1° 1° |U III le r Id lit The "J t H Touqhest RAM Carlos Medina " STAFF WHITER The ;ports world loves to label certain athletes as being ougher than others . We applaud the football play- :r who plays with the bruised ribs. We idolize the >asketball player who plays the big game on a •prained ankle. We honor them for being capable of enduring he tribulations of pain. We pretend that their pain s a serious matter. Throughout this semester, there has been one .Vdsleyan Ram who has proven he's tougher than inyone else on campus. He has shown more perse- verance in his heart than could be imagined. And ichas done all of this without stepping foot on any ourt or field. 1 Nathan Robinett. Nate to his friends, is a junior ind a member of the Wesleyan baseball team. He s"known to his team- nUtcs as a lEtfipy-go-lucky person vho's always ready to >rcak the monotony of )ractiee with one of his okes. He loves punk rock iritl has showcased his guitar in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 December 2000

* «fg . • ■ ■■■••■ ■■■ ' •t*' ' ' : : ■ V.;j ! i:. II ■I It 8 The Rambler December 6,2000 *tainment Unbreakable breaks Willis' win streak Donna Haney ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Without question, it was the ending that made The Sixth Sense the blockbuster hit of 1999. It came like a bolt of lightning, illuminating a darkened sky and leaving the audience gasping as they dealt with the film's surprising revelations. M. Night Shyamalan, writer and director of The Sixth Sense, banked on the fact that lightning could strike twice with his newest creation, Unbreakable, starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. According to all reviews, this was one of the most eagerly antici- pated movies of the year. It has all the potential for great- ness—incredible star power and a plausible storyline, if you are able to suspend your disbelief for the duration. It has a cute kid, and Robin Wright Penn is quite touch- ing as David Dunn's (Willis) estranged wife. It is the story of Dunn, the sole survivor o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

TEXAS WESLEYAN JAW 2 5 2001 LIBRARY T E X A S W E S I. E VAN U N I V E R S I 1 Y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 January 24, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. News Briefs Nominees for Homecoming Queen and King Nominees for homecom- ing queen are: Stacy Baker, Shanika Dial, Sherry Higglin- botham, Christinal Montes and Antoinette Vega. Nominees for homecom- ing king are Tommy Barton, Jon Horton, Carlos Medina and Raun Shepard. Cast your vote at the stu- dent life office. The last day to vote is Jan. 26 in the stu- dent life office. Homecoming Parade and Game The Wesleyan community parade will begin at 2 p.m., Jan. 26 from the parking lot located on the corner of Wes- leyan Street and Avenue B. It will continue south on Wes- leyan Street, west of Avenue D, south on Binkley Street, east on Rosedale Avenue, north on Col lard Street and will end at the parking lot at the corner of Collard Street and Avenue E. The Lady Rams basket- ball game will be at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 27, followed...

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