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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

2 The Rambler January 24, 2001 Students Enjoy Pep Rally %■ AUy Photo by Jose Valdez Students play musical chairs at the homecoming pep rally Jan. 23. "I felt sick to my stomach. I just started bawling. I didti't feel safe." •Namicha Boyd Burglaries, from page I assistant who had remained on campus over winter break. "Nobody was prop- erly notified," said Sierra. "1 had been waiting for a letter or call from [the residential life office] or something." Eldredge said, "We didn't know [which rooms had been bur- glarized]. There was no way to notify the students." According to the current student hand- book. the university is not responsible for personal property that is stolen from the residence halls. Residents from whom items were stolen may be covered by renters' insurance if they have it. Otherwise, they have little chance of recovering damages for their stolen possessions. "Before I left I asked if my stuff would be safe, and the RA said nothing like that had ever happened before,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

Opinions The Rambler January 24, 2001 3 Campus Comments Did you experience any prob- lems during registration and your first week of school? Monica Riech Junior Business Sports Management i didn't have any problems with my class schedule. I had more problems getting registered." Jeremy Scoggins Junior Advertising/PR major "I registered late but was able to get all the classes I wanted with the help of Mr. McLain and some other people in the offices upstairs." Fioresita Lopez Junior Management Information Systems "I got in all the classes I wanted." Paul Engelhardt Freshman Undecided "[My classes] are a little bit later this time, because 1 learned last semester that coming to school every morning at 8 kind of stinks." Demecia Davis Senior Sports Medicine "One class was moved around from building to building, and it took me a while to find it." Melissa Lucio Freshman * Sociology/Criminal Justice "1 was very satisfied with my schedule. 1 got all the classes I want- ed." Photos by Jose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

4 The Rambler January 24, 2001 Sports Men capture key win against Lincoln but fall foul to injury Photo by Martha Brinkcr Wesleyan guard Princeston Parks (right) shoots for three against Lincoln last Thursday. Catherine Weir STAFF WRITER Last Thursday, the Wesleyan en's basketball team picked up its first conference road win in a stun- ning 95-88 win over nationally ranked Lincoln University squad, which previously had a 10-4 mark on the season. The men's team opened the sea- son 3-7 against several ranked opponents. Since then they have gone a respectable 4-4 with key victories over Tarleton State, Quachita Baptist and Southwestern Oklahoma State. Coming off a 98-119 loss to non- conference opponent University of Central Oklahoma and having only eight players suited up due to injuries and suspensions, the Rams came out firing and jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead. From there the Rams continued to make big plays on defense, hold- ing Lincoln to a miserable 26 percent field goal percen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

Sports The Rambler January 24, 2001 5 Upcoming athletic events l;C rg I1S In, ler Lit Is" 1st ns In- I to pxt Ity> llt- Jdd to of |nd ms Ind try be tan St. Women's Basketball Jan. 25, TBA, St. Mary's University, away Jan. 27, 5:30 p.m., St. Edward's University, home Men's Basketball Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m., St. University, away Jan. 27, 7:30 p.m., St. Edwa University, home Mary's Men's Tennis Jan. 26, 4 p.m., Texas A College Station Jan. 27, 10 a.m., Corpus ChristiA&M @ College Station Jan. 27, 4 p.m., Trinity College @ College Stati Ills ■or- lod I en |>ne jind l)n- | lit* dl- |md sita |er. rers had liiiL' Women earn fourth place regional ranking with 14-4 record David Slater SPORTS EDITOR While most of us were putting our feet up over the winter break, feeding ourselves with helping upon helping of mother's Christmas cooking, the women's basketball were racking up a number of impressive wins. Since the last publication of The Rambler, the Lady Rams have improved their record ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 January 2001

Entertainment 6 The Rambler January 24, 2000 The Matt Smith STAFF WRITER Some watch movies for sheer entertainment, a two-hour diversion from life. Others view film as art, reflecting important life lessons back at us. Most of us fall some- where in between, explaining how one can love Schindler's List and The Blues Brothers equally. Since one man's gold is anoth- er's junk (Scary thought: some poor soul out there actually enjoyed Battlefield Earth), "best of' lists are subjective by nature. On top of that, first-of-the-year releases often get forgotten in the shuffle by year's end. The popular consensus regard- ing last year's cinema, especially in light of 99's greatness, was dim at best. Lack of quality and glut of garbage charges aside, the main gripe centers around 2(X)0's inordi- nate quantity of mediocrity. Big budget, mass-appeal films need not impart profound pearls of artistic deepness to work. They do need to be fun and enjoyable, how- ever. That's the problem—too many re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2001

, w •• I "fcv -* A . -*v <t* «,-- #* •* •«, TEXAS WeSLtYAiV —JAM 3 1 201)1— s W e s l e y alb$ahy University Rambler The students' voice since 1917 January 31, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 2 News Briefs Correction A job opening was incor- rectly posted for Vice Presi- dent of Administration in last week's Rambler. The correct position is Vice President for Budget and Finance, CFO. Mary Apple Mary Apple, former head of the art department, died Jan. 29. She is survived by her daughter Susan McConnell Reiter and her husband, and also her beloved dog Powder. An informal celebration of her life will take place in the East room in the Eunice and James L. West Library at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 3. Rambler website The Rambler student newspaper is now online. Visit http://www. twu ram- bler com to check it out. Dr. Jeffcoat lead speaker Dr. Harold G. Jeffcoat will be the featured speaker at the Chamber of Commerce East and South area councils luncheon at noon on Tuesday, Feb. 13,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2001

2 The Rambler January 31, 2001 Opinions Campus Comments What is the worst job you ever had? Mitch Patterson j~' Senior Mass Communication "My worst job was shoveling manure." Rickey Spivey Freshman Musical Theater "I was a dancing hot dog outside a hot dog stand. It was a hot outfit, and I looked really stupid." Candice Thompson Senior Spanish 'My worst job would have to be when I worked at McDonald's and I had to clean the bathrooms." John Paul Perez Sophomore Pre-law/Sports Management "The worst job I had was working in the stockroom at Kmart during the summer, and I was the only guy there for two months. All I did was the heavy lifting." Marc Nettles Freshman Sports Medicine 'The worst job I ever had was being a door to door salesman ." Raun Shepherd Junior Business Administration "My worst job was working with the Star-Telegram and people kept hang- ing up whenever I called them." Photos by Jose Valdez The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Or. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2001

•** - -v ' Sports The Rambler January 31, 2001 3 Men's basketball drop two games in conference clashes Catherine Weir staWwrtter The Texas Wesleyan men's basketball team traveled to San Antonio on Jan.* 25 to face regionally ranked conference rival St. Mary's, who held an impressive 12-6 record. Playing without the top two rebounders-Brian Fulton, who is sidelined with a separated shoul- der, and Aaron Brochman-who has been out since Christmas with a sprained ankle, the Rams faced a considerable size disadvantage inside. The Rams got off to a slow start, as St. Mary's jumped out to a quick 10 point lead. The Rams went into halftime 27-35. After a second half rally, the Rams found themselves trailing by only two points with two min- utes left on the game clock. From there St. Mary's made two consecutive three pointers after the Rams squandered their opportunity to score at the other end. This increased the lead to eight points, a deficit the Rams were unable to respond to as they eve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2001

4 The Rambler January 31, 2001 Entertainment Sugar and Spice lacks 'everything nice' Matt Smith STAFF WRITER High school movies, while fre- quently fun, are iffy propositions. Some (Election, Rushmore and Say Anything) achieve great cinema sta- tus. Others (Valley Girl, Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Ferris Bueller's Day Off) are, while not works of art, nonetheless classics of the genre. Most such films, however, range from entertaining fluff (10 Things I Hate About You) to junk (Drive Me Crazy). File Sugar <6 Spice in the junk category. The plot sounds good. Football captain Jack (James Marsden) impregnates head cheerleader Diane (Marley Shelton). Eviction by their less than thrilled parents lands the couple in financial straights. Since dumb-as-a-rock Jack is unlikely to find a solution. Diane recruits her fellow cheerleaders to rob a bank. The girls research by visiting the local prison, where friend Kansas' (Mena Suvari) mom is incarcerated, and by watching crime movies li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

t 1- H U i U 2fl0: ✓ LIBRARY 7 E X A S W E S L E Y A N U N / V E R S / 7 Y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 February, 7 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 3 News Briefs 12:12 Worship The Rev. Cedric Adams, senior psychology major, will preach Feb. 7 in the Carter Conference Room at 12:12 p.m. Mr. Gilbert Homes, law school associate dean of aca- demic affairs and budget, will preach Feb. 14 at the same location and time. Dr. Jeffcoat key speaker Wesleyan president Dr. Harold Jeffcoat will be the key speaker at the Chamber of Commerce East and South area councils luncheon at noon on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Holiday Inn south, located at 100 Alta Mesa. Jeffcoat will talk about the changes facing the Uni- versity. For ticket information, contact the chamber at (817) 336-2491. Application lor graduation Last day to apply for May graduation is Friday, Feb. 9. Minority day for Law School Minority recruitment day for law school is Saturday Feb. 17. Masonic Home storytime The third and si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

• ' ' - V• '4,'(• *' t-, 'V ■ , ■/^-5 -t'( 2 The Rambler February 7, 2001 '< ' *• " • y •; 'r'.T1: ' ' University holds memorial service for former professor Shelly Wright EDITOR IN CHIEF A memorial service was held for a former Wesleyan employee Feb. 3 in the Eunice and James L. West Library. Mary Apple, a former Wes- leyan art professor of 34 years, died Jan. 30. Apple was employed at Wes- leyan from 1964 to 1997. Fellow professors said they remember Apple for her artistic integrity and her love for animals and traveling. She would take insects out- side her house rather than kill them, according to Joe Brown, department chair of theater. "Mary was a perfect exam- ple of what every artist should strive for." -Kit Hall She once kept a lizard in her freezer and took it out when she wanted to draw it. "Mary was one of the first people 1 met when I came to Wes- leyan 23 years ago . To the day she died, she was always looking Brown. Brown said he was always envious of Apple's abilit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

m v-- k Opinions The Rambler February 7, 2000 3 Campus Comments "What do you consider to be your greatest fault?" Michelle Ivette Rivera Junior Advertising/PR 'My biggest fault is dating my ex-boyfriend." Apryl Cortez Sophomore Biology "My biggest fault is trusting people without knowing who they are at first." Sunni Layman Freshman Undecided "My biggest fault is that I am too naive. Lilly Weeks Freshman "My biggest fault would have to be being a hopeless romantic. Falling in love so easy can sometimes get me into a little bit more trouble than I want to be in." Kalu Nwoke Freshman Criminal Justice "My biggest fault would probably be that I don't study enough." I! Jay Warren Sophomore Business Administration "My biggest fault is I have huge thumbs." Photos by Jose Valdez The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Humid G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Or. Marian Haber, Adviser Shelly Wright, editor in chief Melanie Manning, managing editor, entertainment editor Martha Brinker. photo editor De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

: -m-s 4' .t / r< ; • • ' I,""..' 4 The Rambler February 7, 2001 Sports Men's basketball loses last minute thriller Photo by Martha Brinker Wesleyan forward Shawn Ash worth drives to the basket during Saturday's game. The Rams lost by three points. Catherine Weir STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan men's basketball team lost one of its closest games of the season in a nail-biting 82-85 loss to conference foe St. Edwards on Saturday, Feb. 3. Playing on their home court, the Rams came out firing with point guard Aaron Whaley and Robert Allen each hitting back-to-back three pointers to propel the Rams to a quick 16- 5 lead. Reserve Shawn Ashworth also entered the game and hit two three pointers in quick suc- cession. Despite shooting a blistering sixty-six per- cent from beyond the arc, the Rams gave up a buzzer beating three-pointer to the Hilltoppers and found themselves trailing 38-42 at the half. The first half was a hard-fought contest, as was the second. The second period saw each tea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

«• ■ •>."* £xsmj.T*'i mwiUN Sports The Rambler February 7, 2001 5 Wesley an baseball team loses first game in 13th inning 4 % Photo by Martha Brinker Carlos Medina takes to the plate in Saturday's game. The Rams lost by a single run at the bottom of the 13th inning. Donna Haney STAFF WRITER The Rams varsity baseball team opened their season with an away game on Feb. 3 against the Mavericks of UTA. The Rams suf- fered a tough loss in the bottom of the 13th inning. Rams head coach Willie Gawlik said, "I feel like our team played hard. They played well. It was one of those games that could have gone either way. Unfortunately, this time, it went their way." The Mavericks took a 1-0 lead in the bot- tom of the first inning, in what became a pitchers duel. Rams starting pitcher Ty Lowe (0.00 ERA) shut down the Mavericks through five more innings. Although the Rams had several hits and were able to get runners in scoring position, the team was also unable to put any runs on the board. R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2001

6 The Rambler February 7, 2001 Entertainment Art of Evita Tezeno on display through Feb. 22 Nika Maples STAFF WRITER Recent art works of Evita Tezeno will be on display in the East Room of the library until Feb. 22. The artist will be present at an opening reception from 4-6 p.m. Feb. 8. Tezeno's bright collages reflect an ethnic appreciation. There is clearly an African-American influence in the Cubist designs. These are the works of Picasso in Harlem. Anyone can appreciate the deliberate usage of line and material in these works. The artist's delicate eye for selection has sifted through fabric and paper, offering viewers a delicious fruit basket of visual treats. Autumn-apple red, tangerine and tart lime are but a few of the colors that whet the palate upon entering the East Room gallery. The centered designs are basic and straightforward, presenting luscious media as their signature. Most rewarding is the increasing warmth that encircles the viewer with progression to the next n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2001

i*.* ihn Sr. '* <Tr. JJ TEXAS WESLEYAN FEB 14 2001 LIBRARY T E X A S W E S L /■ Y A N U N I V E R S / T Y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 February, 14 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 4 News Briefs Blood Drive A blood drive will be held for Wesleyan student and baseball player Nathan Robi- nett Thursday, Feb. 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot south of the Sid W. Richardson center in the Carter Blood Mobile. Blood can be donated for Robinett any time at the Carter Blood Center. Please specify that the blood is for Robinett A sample of blood may also be given for those who wish to be on the National Bone Marrow Donor List. A representative will be in the Brown-Lupton Campus Cen- ter during the blood drive. For more information contact Kandy Beese, regis- tered nurse, at ext. 4948. Black History Month Gilbert Homes, associate dean of Wesleyan's law school academic affairs and budget, will be guest speaker during 12:12 Worship from 12:12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. Wednes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2001

, v-.-r.*#,..!*-. K "ms < 4 a 2 The Rambler February 14, 2001 Opinions WCampus Comments What was your most memorable Valentine's Day? Monica Hernandez Junior Elementary Education "My fondest Valentine's mem- ory was when my boyfriend blindfolded me and made me a can- dellight dinner and surprised me with flowers." Racheal Lowrey Freshman Biochemistry "My best Valentine's memory would be when my boyfriend gave me three dozen roses." Jesse Gause Freshman Theater "My best Valentine's memory is last year, when I actually had someone to spend Valentine's with." Monica Camarillo Senior Education "My best Valentine memory would be going to a lake, having a picnic out under the stars." Marvin Blue Freshman Computer Science "My best Valentine memory would have to be spoiling women, because I love the women." . John McGettrick Junior Business "We went for a lovely Chinese meal, and then afterwards we went to a bar and had a good time." Photos by Jose Valdcv The Rambler Founded in 1917 as T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2001

* - • Sports The Rambler February 14, 2001 3 Men show strength in shutout victories Photo by Alan Ruiz Wesleyan's number one Juan Barrio sizes up the opposition. The Rams won both midweek matches. Mary Blake CONTRIBUTING WRITER After the men's tennis team was defeated in their season opener against Texas A&M, they emerged with two shutout victories against Dallas Baptist University and Oklahoma Baptist University on Feb. 6 and Feb. 8, respectively. Against Dallas Baptist University, both teams competed with five play- ers, changing the match into a best of seven format, consisting of two dou- bles and five singles matches. The competition began with the doubles matches, which is a first to eight games scenario.. Both the number one doubles teams of sophomores Juan Barrio and Vincent Houlier, and number two pair of sophomore David Slater and red shirt freshman Matthew Montgomery raced away to promising leads in their matches. As the matches progressed, Wesleyan only emphasized th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2001

'•i ;>. i •> H'.:f 4 The Rambler February 14, 2001 Entertainment Wesleyan theater department's Hot 'n' Throbbing explores volatile subject matter with savvy, artistry Nika Maples STAFF WRITER Act One, Scene One. A sign over the entrance of the Firestation Theater warned viewers of the adult content in this weekend's play. We crossed the threshold and wandered in. We looked only at the seats, picking the most comfortable view. Old COPS episodes projected from three elevated television sets as audience members took their seats. From the screens, violence screamed down in acidic showers. Ignoring the noise, we opened our pro- grams and calmly turned the pages. Sensational set design bespoke tragedy with the smart asymmetry of dizzy bookcases and angular railings. In Hot W Throbbing, Pulitzer Prize win- ning author Paula Vogel delivers a deplorable depiction of a household destroyed by domes- tic violence. Charlene (Jessica Roberts), a single mother and proud writer for a fledglin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 2001

ff.rcc./j TEXAS WESLEYAN F£B 2 1 2001 Th LIBRA!IV E X A S W £ S _ Y A A' U A' f V E R S / T Y 0 Rambler The students' voice since 1917 /.-*i t February 21, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 5 News Briefs Resume workshops A resume writing work- shop will be presented by Vikki Liptrot, director of career development and stu- dent empolyment, from 10:50 a.m to 11:50 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 27, March 1, 6 and 8 in the Orientation Room of the East Library. Call ext. 4859 to register and to obtain more informa- tion. Black History Month events The Rev. David Lewis, pastor of Bethlehem Church of God in Christ and father of Stephanie Boatner, director of freshman admissions, will preach at the 12:12 Worship Wednesday, Feb. 21 in the Carter Conference room. A soul food sale will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22 in the Brown-Lupton Campus Cen- ter. The food will be served by parents and grandparents of the members of the African American Student Union. Showtime at ...

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