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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 2001

■:'Oia ■■ 2 February 21, 2001 The Rambler Opinions Campus Comments Do you think the civilians operating the Navy submarine that sank the Japanese tourist boat should be held accountable? Robert Sv/enson Graduate program of anesthesia "I just think the Captain who allowed this person to go at the helm had no idea what he was doing, so the captain should be held accountable." Ron Slone Graduate program of anesthesia "1 don't think the civilians should be held accountable since the naval com- mander is the one that actually let him take controls of the ship." Jimmy Loudermilk Senior Business-sport management "I believe the captain should be heid responsible because he gave the commission to the civilians and the civilians should not be held accountable whatsoever." Pat Hannon Senior Exercise sports studies "I believe that it's the Navy's fault for letting two civilians drive a nucleur submarine that have no capability and no understanding of maneuvering a submarine." Beverley Butler Se...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 2001

I the If ee Idit- rge I 1° lis iver. lis pted |c- Ito a- I ter ke (lass If |ca- be " |er Imily. lyou- lot a Lors ci- Sports The Rambler February 21, 2(X)1 3 Men's basketball defeated twice Photo by Martha Brinker Senior guard Matt Johnson competes for the ball against Kockhurst during the game on Feb. 17. Catherine Weir STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan's men's basketball played host to conference oppo- nent Lincoln University on Feb. 15. Lincoln is current- ly ranked 10th in the south central region. With limited players at certain positions, the Rams wore down quickly as Lincoln jumped out to a 17-28 lead midway through the first half. Lincoln went on a 16-1 scoring run, giving the vis- itors a sizable halftime advantage of 28-43. Although the Rams twice cut the Lincoln lead to 10 points in the second half, they were unable to get key defensive stops. Eventually the deficit proved too large to over- come as the Rams surrendered 74-87. Head Coach Terry Waldrop said it that it is not easy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 February 2001

Nil * < h- . .># Wt |M; 4 The Rambler February 21, 2001 Entertainment Malkmus' latest album delivers fun, straight-ahead rock music Matt Smith STAFF WRITER The cover of former Pavement front man Stephen Malkmus' self- titled CD-bored stare, unkempt hair, Underdog T-shirt garners expectations of yet another ho-hum collection of college-radio slacker drone. Not this time. For once, the book is actually better than the cover. Freed the restraints of Pavement, who had pretty much run a course, Malkmus seems positively jaunty and giddy. Finally, someone sees music as pure joy instead of a day at work or a business venture again. Stephen Malkmus is not quite the next London Calling or Purple Rain rock fans have been await- ing for over a decade now. It comes close, though. The album totally sur- passes the whole Creed, U2, Matchbox 20, blah, blah pabulum that has comatized music for far too long. It is good just to hear inventive musical aptitude again. The stale, dated glut of work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

TFXAS WESLEYAN MAR 0 2 2001 jjhur My E v * v IV E S L E Y A N (J ft I V E R ,S / Jj Y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 February 28, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 6 News Briefs Mortar Board Applications Applications For member- ship in Wesleyan's Quadran- gle Chapter of Mortar Board, an elite senior honor society, are due in the registrar's office Thursday, March 1. Contact Lora Bryson, Mortar Board president, at (817) 703-6415; Dr. Tom Klaasen, professor of eco- nomics and finance, at ext 4842; or Ann Reed, visiting assistant professor of educa- tion, at ext. 4946 for more information. Ash Wednesday Service A special Ash Wednesday service will be held at 12:12 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28 in the Carter Conference Room, located in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. Careers in foreign langauge The U.S. Army will pro vide information about career fields available in the Army specializing in foreign language from 10 a.m. to II p.m. and 11 p.m. to noon, Fri- day, March 2 in Dora Robe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

2 The Rambler February 28, 2001 News Wesleyan team travels to Ohio to compete in annual Ethics Bowl Shelly Wright EDITOR IN CHIEF Four Wesleyan pre-professional students, along with Debbie Smith, coordinator of the pre-professional program, and Dr. Ron McManus, professor of religion and psycholo- gy, will leave Wednesday, Feb. 28, for the Seventh Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, in Cincinnati. Ike Ana- zodo, Robin Lawrence, Dori Davis and Ann Smith were selected to be on Wesleyan's ethics team. They will debate against groups from 31 other schools on issues such as Ron McManus classroom topics, personal relation- ships, professional ethics or social and political ethics. A panel of judges will evaluate each team based on the criteria of intelligibili- ty, ethical relevance, avoidance of ethical irrelevance and judgment. The teams will also be evaluated on the basis of reasoning, clarity, focus and depth. "I'm very much in favor of giv- ing [students] the opportunity to think on their fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

Opinions The Rambler February 28, 2001 Campus Comments What did you think of the Grammy Awards? Jason Williams Freshman Music 'I like the diversity that was presented in the Grammys this year." Crystal Hudson Freshman Chemistry "I thought the Grammys were sparse and were not representitive of peo- ple's real opinions as to who got an award." LaTasha Cormier Freshman Biology "I thought the Grammys were very well decided. Everyone who deserved a Grammy walked out with one." Will Head Freshman Mass Communication "I didn't really have time to watch the Grammys this year." Ashley Jennings Freshman Biology "I don't watch the Grammy Awards, because I think they're kind of boring." Bryan Bradley Sophomore MIS "I especially liked what I saw. It was very nice to see U2 perform." Photos by Mclanie Manning The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat. Publisher Slwlly Wright, editor in chief Melanie Manning managing editor, entertainment editor Dee Flowers, news editor Richard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

v. 4 The Rambler February 28, 2001 Sports Softball back on track after big wins against Southeastern Mary Blake STA FF WR ITER The Lady Rams softball team played a doubleheader against Tarleton State on Feb. 18 and 19. These were their first home games of the season. They came away with an opening vic- tory in the first game, but a loss in the second, leaving the series tied 1-1. Game one was a battle between the pitchers, as no runs were scored for the first seven innings. Pitching for the Rams was Jennifer Chavira (0.00), and for Tarleton was Jill Ralif (1.00). Chavira ended the game with seven strikeouts. After the first four innings the Lady Rams adopted a more aggressive style of play, But it wasn't until the eighth inning that they broke through. Catcher Laura Bristow took to the plate with center fielder Melanie Williams and right fielder Tracey Dean on base. Bristow hit a line drive that went over cen- ter field, which brought the winning runs for the Rams. Tarleton State co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

Sports The Rambler February 28, 2001 5 Yankees and United take step towards world dominaton "Start spreading the news... I want to be part of it. New York, New York." These immortal words are undoubtedly on the lips of Manchester United's board of directors. The reason? The signing of the biggest joint marketing deal in the history of sport between the world's largest baseball and soccer clubs, the New York Yankees and Manchester United, respectively. The agreement signed will allow Manchester United to ————— sell Yankee merchandise at their ground, Old Trafford, and their various superstores worldwide. The favor will, of course, be returned by the New Yorkers. You may soon see replica jerseys of England's soccer captain David Beckham hanging in Yankee Stadium's merchandise shop. That, however, is only the first part of David Slater the agreement. The two teams will share market information and develop joint pro- motional and sponsorship deals over the period of the agreement. All t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 February 2001

6 The Rambler February 28, 2001 Entertainment Kevin Costner (center) and Kurt Russell (second from left) play Elvis impersonators who plot to rob a casino in 3000 Miles to Graceland. Glitz and glitter of Las Vegas couldn't help 3000 Miles to Gracelands slow plot Russell Clark STAFF WHITER Whenever you hear of an action movie starring Eivis imper- sonators, you don't really expect much of a plot, or much of anything for that matter. Going into the the- ater, I was expecting a cheesy movie with one-too-many Elvis jokes, but 1 was surprised with what I found. 3000 Miles to Graceland lacks much of a plot, but what can you expect from an action movie? It certainly doesn't match up with The Matrix or Face/Off in the top-rated action category, but it provides you with a lot of blood and mayhem. Kevin Costner plays Murphy, the all-around evil Elvis, who is crazy enough to shoot just about anybody. Kurt Russell is the good bad guy who always wants "to do what is right in a bad situation." Co...

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

EXAS WlrSI. FV/s MAR 0 7 2001 Th " '111'' iiiil lUUflM'PPU E X A S W £ S L K Y A N ZJ M 1 V E R S I J Y e Rambler The students' voice since 1917 March 7, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 7 News Briefs Entertainment page cut Due to quantity of news, The Rambler senior staff has eliminated the entertainment page this week. We will resume the page on our next issue March 21. Free legal advice The Tarrant County Bar Association will have a legal advice hotline on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, except November and December, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This month's dates are March 8 and March 22. All parties remain anony- mous. The number is (817) 338-4092. Fiesta de Burleson The Burleson Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a celebration in conjunction with the traditional Cinco de Mayo from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, May 4 at Burleson Old Town. Buddy Boren, a cancer survivor form Dallas who fin- ished a 3,066 bike ride to raise money for cancer awareness Summer 2000, will suppo...

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

f. ■■■?&} 2 The Rambler March 7,2001 i WS Lay-offs, from page 1 the reallocation of various acade- mic programs at Wesley an. "I have been charged by the board of trustees to develop a plan to reposition the institution to work within its available revenues. "The University has reached a point in its expansion where it must reinforce its strongest programs and those at the heart of its liberal arts core, and reassess other pro- grams to determine their long-term benefit to the school and its stu- dents. "We have the opportunity to look at some of the University's programs in light of our experience over the last few years to under- stand what has worked for our stu- dents and what has not," Jeffcoat wrote. The University to host science conference for middle school girls Shelly Wright EDITOR IN CHIEF At least 400 seventh and eighth-grade girls from middle schools throughout Fort Worth are expected to attend the 13'^ Annual Expanding Your Horizons confer- ence Saturday. April 7, ...

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

K* !'h Opinions The Rambler March 7, 2(X)1 3 Letters to the Editor I am writing this letter in reaction to hearing the news of Clint Dupew's release from employment at Texas Wesleyan University. Clint Dupew was one of the greatest assets to this University and the students attending here. He went above and beyond the call of duty. Clint worked hard to develop Ram Camp and some of the other new student activ- ities. Last year's Ram Camp was the best one I have ever attended out of the four 1 have attended. For once it was organized and the kids had fun. Unfortunately, many of the great things Clint did for the University are not easily recognizable to the University administration. Clint was one of the few employees (besides some of the professors) whose door was always open for students to come seek advice and talk about daily hassles or any- thing else. Clint is not much older than many of the students who attend this school and could relate to the needs and con- cerns of us studen...

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

4 The Rambler March 7,2001 &• ^ ■ • v$ ■> : ■ fmw'.,*-.# ;W Women miss national cut despite 21-6 record Photo by Martha Brinker The Lady Rams celebrate victory against St. Mary's at home on Feb. 22. Their 5-0 record to end the season was not enough to make the national tournament. David Slater ~ SPORTS EDttOR Wesley an's women's basketball team ended their season with a 19 point demo- lition of St. Edward's University in Austin on March 1. Despite finishing their season with a five game winning streak, the team's efforts did not appear to help them as they were overlooked for a place in the NCAA national tournament. In the game against St. Edward's, the Lady Rams dominated, outscoring the home side by 12 points in the second half alone. The defense of the Lady Rams has been much improved in the later stages of the season, and this again proved to be an important factor as Wesleyan closed down the opposition. The game ended as an important 76- 57 win on the road for the Lady R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2001

sj W L: S i. E Y A / V I K TEXAS WESLEYAN AfJR 1 1 2001 The students' voice since 1917 April 11, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 8 12 >1" " t- ie ie ie re re >0 ft. ie News Briefs Summer school in Britain Students can take Sum- mer 1 semester classes with Wesleyan professors on cam- puses located in Scotland and England while in residence at British colleges, universities and bed and breakfast guest- houses. Sign up'when you register for Summer I classes. Last day to drop classes The last day to drop a class is Monday, April 16. Early registration for the Summer/Fall 2001 semesters is Tuesday through Friday, April 24 through 27. Wesleyan Philanthropy Day Wesleyan Philanthropy Day is I p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April IS. Students are welcome to join President Hal G. Jeff- coat. staff and the Wesleyan Student Foundation to help beautify the campus. For more information, contact Gina Phillips at ext. 4493. Career services changes Career and development placement services will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2001

n ■ 2 The Rambler April 11, 2001 Opinions Campus Comments Are you planning to transfer to another college because of SACS accreditation probation? Nathan Robinett Junior Undecided '! think I'm going to just stick it out and see what happens." " a Kalu Nwoke Freshman Criminal Justice "I'm transferring next year because |there are] no athletic scholarships for next year." Letha Wilson Junior Undecided "If the school can't pull out by the end of the fall semester, I'll have to go somewhere else, just to save my credits. My concern as a student here lis| I want to stay here." Elizabeth Stevens Freshman English "As long as they don't cut academic scholarships, 1 plan on staying." Patricia Ocampo Junior Education "My hopes are that we don't lose our accreditation and that 1 get to graduate next year." Kimberly Stevens Sophomore MIS "1 can't afford to move to a different school right now. This is my second year here, and 1 prefer to stick out and stay." I'hoto*. hs Jose Valde/ The Rambler ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2001

// 9 c*-#j J °* Ich lies Re Idy ice >n |>u- lyan le. In . •' ' : ' ' Sports The Rambler April 11,2001 3 Men blow hot and cold in Oklahoma winds Photo by Jiicoh A<Ji;i Juan Barrio powers his way to victory against St. Mary's University in San Antonio on March 9. The Rams were victorious hv the score of 7-2. Mary Bi.akk STM I WKI I I.K The weekend before Spring Break, Texas Wesleyan men's tennis team traveled to San Antonio to face St. Mary's University and the University of incarnate Word. The weekend started well as the Rams defeated St Mary's 7-2 on March 9, but failed to maintain their form, losing to Incarnate Word 5-4 the following day. Against St Mary's, the number one doubles team of Juan Barrio and Vincent Houlier, as well as number three doubles David Slater and Matt Graham, both won their doubles. Barrio, Houlier, Slater, and Graham then had no trouble in their singles, completing their victories in straight sets, with Alan Biel adding a three set victory. Against ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2001

•;,v CI 4 The Rambler April 11.2001 Entertainment Could you 'survive' on these reality programs? Melanie Manning MANAGING EDITOR They laugh, we watch. They cry, we watch. They face grueling obstacles in the hot sun with little or no food to sustain thein; we relax in our cushiony La-Z-Boy recliners after a hearty meal... and we watch. With only four episodes of the hit program Survivor remain- ing. much of America is held cap- live by the television saga that has unfolded over the past few months. We've watched contestants struggling to survive in the Australian outback, huddling up against the driving rain, desper- ately seeking sustenance and lac- ing debilitating injuries. We've seen the arguments and the alliances, the lying, the deceptions and the realization of every ousted contestant that, for them, it was over. Most of all, though, we've seen how much the suffering of others makes for good entertain- ment. Perhaps that's harsh, but with Survivor consistently winning its time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2001

TEXAS WESt.FYAN APR 2 0 2001 Th library i: X A S W E S I. E Y /I N U N I V E R S I T Y e Rambler The students' voice since 1917 April 18, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 9 News Briefs Last issue This is the last issue of The Rambler for the spring semester. Our next issue will be Sept. 5, 2001. Approval of budget The Welseyan Board of Trustees will vote on the pro- posed balanced budget Fri- day, April 20, before sending it to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Last worship service The last worship service will be at 12:12 p.m. Wednes- day, April 18, in the Carter Conference Room in the Brown-Lupton Campus Cen- ter. Wesleyan student Cedric Adams, a senior psychology major, will minister. Security relocation The security office has relocated to 1106 Wesleyan St. Contact ext. 4290 for more information. Wesleyan Philanthropy Day Wesleyan Philanthropy Day is 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 18. Students are welcome to join President Harold G. Jeff- coat, staff and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2001

. 2 The Rambler April 18, 2001 Campus Comments What is the last book you read? Rafael Johnson Freshman Biology 'The last book I read was The Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald. Basically it talks about the lack of morals between 1920 and 1930." Nicole Jones Freshman Mass Communications "The last book 1 read was The First Wives Club, and it was a great book. I enjoyed it." Oscar Garcia Freshman Criminal Justice "The last book I read was Love Labors Lost by William Shakespeare. It was for a theatre class." Kristy Hiser Sophomore Elementary Education "The last book I read was My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potak, and it was the most beautifully written book 1 have ever read." Kimberly Evans Junior Legal Studies "The last book I read was Deliver Me and that book was very enlightening for me." Tanya Bailey Freshman Biochemistry "The last book I read was Steven King's Desperation. Of course you have to have an open mind for any of Steven King's books, but it was great." Photos by Jose Vulile/ The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2001

i"|WM Unii || f Sports The Rambler April 18, 2(X)1 3 is teams lose thrillers to Incarnate Word *• t *f ~ Ph tt> by Alan Ruiz Women's captain Fioresita Lopez leads the way for the Lady Rams against Incarnate Word on April 11. However, Weslevan could not avoid their second defeat to the San Antonio side this year. David Slater SPORTS EDITOR Texas Wesleyan's men's and women's tennis teams played host to the University of Incarnate Word at Texas Christian University on April 11. Despite their efforts, both teams were beaten in close matches. The men, who had suffered a cruel 5-4 defeat in San Antonio earlier in the season, were beaten by a similar score-line, 5-3. Incarnate Word was victorious at number two dou- bles, but the team of David Slater and Matthew Graham secured a doubles point at the number three spot with an 8-3 win. With the match tied at 1-1, the pair of Juan Barrio and Vincent Houlier fought their way from a break down to earn two match points in the tiebreaker. To th...

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