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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2001

4 The Rambler April 18, 2001 Entertainment The Rambler Restaurant Ratings The Rambler staff members rate Fort Worth eateries with an international flair. All are located in proximity to the Wesleyan campus. Find out what we ate, what was great and what did we hate in this look at food from around the world. Shelly Wright EDITOR IN CHIEF Edelweiss is the place to go if you're looking for quality German food, live enter- tainment and an amusing atmosphere. Located in the Weatherford Traffic Circle, Edelweiss is one of two German restaurants in Fort Worth. Entrees range from around $11 to $42, but the food is well worth the price. On our last trip there, 1 had Spaghetti Edelweiss with mushroom sauce and Parmesan ($10.95), and my boyfriend feasted on the Combination Plate, featuring ribs, sausage, chicken, pork, German potatoes and spat- zle, a type of German dumpling ($16.95). My spaghetti was smothered with creamy whole mushrooms, cooked to perfection and accompa- nied with two slices...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2001

TEXAS WESLEYAN SEP V ZQQ1 IHk. ■MBjfe; t ' tf O 5 ' T E x /I s W f.- s /. Er a Ji t U N ! V E R S I 1 Y mbler The students' voice since 1917 , September 6, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 85, No. 1 News Briefs Dr. Harold G. Jeffcoat will be inducted as Wesleyan's 18th president. Monday, §ept. 24 Inauguration Concert, * 7:30 p.m. Polytechnic United Methodist Church Tuesday, Sept. 25 Acadenic Convocation, 10 a.m. Polytechnic United Methodist Church * 9:30 a.m. classes are can- celed so that students and fac- ulty may attend ceremony. Student picnic & Arts on the Mall, 11 a.m. Quadrangle Table tennis exhibition, 11 a.m.-noon Sid Richardson gym Faculty & Student Art exhibi- tion reception, 6-7:30 p.m. East Room, EJW Library. « Thursday, Sept. 27 Time Flies 7:30 p.m. Firesta- tion Theatre Friday, Sept. 28 Inauguration of Texas Wesleyan's 18th president 10 a.m., lawn in front of Oneal-Sells Administration Bldg (weather permitting) or Sid Richardson Center. Reception immediately fol- l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2001

NiWlmWike a<* '■'B. y 2 The Rambler September 6, 2001 Opinions tpur| Comments How did you spend your summer vacation? Danya Bennett Senior Music 'I got married over the summer.' Kris Shofner Freshman Vocal Performance Major "I worked at Home Depot all sum- mer and I tried to relax and prepare for college." Kiran Khalani Sophomore Political Science 'All I did this summer was go to school from May to August." Amanda Davis Junior Theater "This summer I worked for Shakespeare in the Park for the first time in Fort Worth as its master electrician." Clyde Hemminger Freshman Education "Over summer vacation I spent about half of my time working and the other half of my time trying not to work." Angela Cox Senior Paralegal Studies 'All I did this summer was work.' Photos by Jose Valdez The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Melanie Manning, editor in chief Rebecca Slirake, new s editor Jaclyn Gonzales, entertainment editor Elizabeth West, advertising mana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2001

Events The Rambler September 6, 2001 3 Young cheater strikes out Carlos Medina Back in the day when i was just a wee lad, I found that one of my biggest challenges would come when I played sports with the kids on my street. They were all at least two years older than I, and the beatings 1 took were rather brutal. It was simply a case of the bigger, faster, stronger kid getting to thrash the smaller, slower, weak- er kid. This continued for years until the puberty fairy showed up. With my past in mind, I found it despicable to read about Little League baseball star Danny Almonte. In case you missed it, Danny Almonte was the star pitcher on the Little League team from the Bronx. He came to America from the Dominican Republic and joined the local Bronx all-star baseball team. Danny became quite possibly the most dominating force to ever come through the Little League tour- nament as his team nearly reached the finals before being defeated by a Florida team. Danny became the first pitch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 2001

4 The Rambler September 6, 2001 Entertainment wmmw flunks Mk<§ mm® hmdl /hits Carlos Medina STAFF WRITER Over the course of the summer, did you ever go see a movie that was just horrible? Did you then ponder going to the manager's office to ask for the two hours back of life that you wasted? Yes, summer movies are basically more miss than hit as studios attempt to cash in on the boredom that is the dog days of summer. I decided that I would go to the movies this summer and try to enjoy the latest trendy teen-flick, science fiction thriller, and action movie that I came across. Movie viewing is basically recess from the bar. I decided to catch a few of this summer's movies and report on them so that you, noble student, will not waste your money. Consider this as a public service announcement bent on keeping you from throwing away two hours of life. Pearl Harbor - Mix in scenes of American heroism and a few explosions and you have a Jerry Bruckheimer movie. This time Bruckheimer br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 2001

EXAS WESLEYAN SEP I 7 2001 ! ay— T E X A S W E S L E YA N U N / V E K S / T Y Rambler the students' voice since 1917 September 13, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 2 la le I I Is Is fcr lif a fy pk I'y I ' ■to lat lis lg- bst )t0 Its. lit) News Briefs Application for Degree If you are a senior sched- uled to graduate in December, and have not filed an applica- tion for a degree card, you must contact to the registrar's office no later than Sept. 21 in order to be considered. Wesleyan Day at Polytech- nic UMC Students are invited to attend worship at Texas Wes- leyan Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 16, at Polytechnic United Methodist Church. The Wesleyan singers will participate in the service, led by Dr. Georgia Allen, senior pastor. A reception will fol- low. Mitchell-Reed Community of Learners Series Begins The first Mitchell-Reed Community of Learners lec- ture will be held from noon to I p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the East Room of the EJW Library. Dr. Paul Boiler, pro- fess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 2001

2 The Rambler September 13,2001 Vandals strike Stella Russell Hall over weekend Donna Haney STAFF WRITER Stella Russell Hall was the apparent tar- get of vandals over the Sept. 8 weekend. According to resident director Cedric Adams, a lobby window was broken out early Sunday morning, sometime between 4 and 8 a.m. "Two of the residents returned home at 4 a.m. and said everything was fine at that point," Adams said. "When I woke up Sunday morning at 8, the window was broken and there was blood on the broken glass and on the sidewalk out- side the lobby," he said. Adams said he didn't believe anyone was actually trying to break into to residen- tial dormatory because nothing was taken and it didn't appear that whoever broke the window ever entered the building. "It looks to me as if someone just decid- ed to break a window." said Adams. In addition to the broken window, a truck belonging to freshman Jeffrey Amon, parked in the Stella parking lot, was broken into and vandalized. Amon wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 2001

■ • •• ' * * ' •' 9" Opinions I The Rambler September 13, 2001 3 Campus Comments How should the United States respond to the terrorist attack? Jose Porras Freshman Undeclared "I think we should pray and help out the families that have been hurt. But I think America shouldn't retali- ate in a war kinda way." Chris Pena Freshman Undeclared "I think first of all they should find out who it was and then take prop- er action on them." Maria Bowens Senior Exercise and Sports Studies 'What I think of the response to the bombing is that they should fire President Bush." Michelle Johnson Junior Fine Arts "Basically the only thing America should do right now is just pray." LaTasha Cormier Sophomore Biology '1 think we should all stay calm, not panic. And keep those who lost their lives in mind and prayer." r . l • r r * Nikki Miller Senior Psychology •Pray." □ Photos bv Jose Valdez The Rambler Founded in IV17 as The Handout Huroli! (7. Jeffcoat, Publisher Dr. Marian Haber, Adviser Melanie Man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 2001

si^ppsfe 4 The Rambler September 13, 2001 Events president welcomes new students Raun Shepard SPECIAL TO The Rambler Greetings from your Student Government Association! Our mission is "to interact with the administration, faculty, staff and students on behalf of the Student Body for the benefit of the students and student life on campus." Help us do our job. Help us make an impact on Wesleyan's campus. The best way to impact your community is through involvement. This means that you are able to cause action to be taken that will provide the results you want; that's better than leaving it up to someone else. Carve out some time in your schedule for participation in an organization, even if it's not SGA. SGA is looking for representatives who are hard working and desire to be successful. Our focus is to develop leaders; our repre- sentatives do that through the fulfillment of their duties. Everyone is free to drop in on our meet- ings. If you do not wish to be a representative in SGA,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 2001

/V: 3 f/) I TEXAS WESLFVAN k Sty 2 0 2001 — y jRRA Wf'i T E X A S Wlji $ L £.__K_^ „JS V „N / V- JT Y The students' voice since 1917 September 20, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 3 News Briefs Relief Donations Students wishing to donate money to the Ameri- can Red Cross to aid victims of last week's terrorism in New York and Washington, D.C., can take cash or checks to the student life office. Inauguration Banners Student organizations interested in participating in the banner contest sponsored by Student Life can pick up a 6'X6' stretch canvas from Joe Brown. Banners can reflect the organization, general school spirit or a message of patriotism. Banners must be submitted no later than 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 24. Con- tact Brown at ext. 4976. Academic Convocation Wesleyan's Academic Convocation will be held from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Polytechnic Unit- ed Methodist Church. There will be no classes scheduled during this hour. Application for Degree If you are a senior ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 2001

. Opinions 2 The Rambler September 20, 2001 Campus Comments What do you think of the new metal sculptures on campus? Rebecca Anguiano Senior Business Administration "As far as the sculptures, they're very intesesting. They add color and life to the campus." Elhajj McClelland Junior Sports Management "I haven't really paid attention to them so it doesn't really bother me, but I guess we should have more so that we could see them." Dusty Wright Freshman Mass Communication "1 really enjoy those sculptures. I honestly wish that Wesleyan would have more art such as sculptures and murals and things like that. Adam Martin Freshman Theater "1 think they're great. The rust from the rain really adds to the beauty of Ann Smith Senior Religion "I think the sculptures are a nice addition to the campus. It takes the education out of the classroom and puts it out where everyone can see it. Nancy Wheeler Sophomore English "I thought they were very interesting. 1 did wonder if there's a meaning in p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 2001

Events The Rambler September 20, 2001 3 I lor le Ine kX) in or pes Wesleyan has a new sport: Ping Pong? Let me be the first to welcome to Texas Wesleyan one of the fastest, most intense and physically demanding events to hit our cam- pus. Its difficulty ranks up there with waiting for service at Quiznos or sitting through a humanities joint session. Well, maybe it's not really that difficult. What I speak of is the sport of ping pong. You might also know it as table tennis or "that thing Forrest Gump was really good at." This marvel of speed and cunning is its own drama played out on a 9 by 5-foot playing surface. This is also the sport Texas Wesleyan threw into our athletic programs to perhaps help ease the frustration of watching most of my friends transfer to other schools in search of athletic scholar- ships. My experience with ping-pong goes something like this: Carlos gets ball. Carlos grabs paddle. Carlos makes ball into glass on first try. Everyone takes a drink! Ping-Pong i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 2001

i, Uufabfti 4 The Rambler September 20, 2001 Entertainment Just a hunk of metal or is it artwork? Nika Maples ___ STAFF WRITER On the south lawn of the Oneal-Sells Administration Building rests four new pieces of art. The group of manipu- lated metal sculptures, entitled A Lot of Things Come in Fours, is the senior project of Angel Fernandez, '01. The artist also constructed Enclosed Colder, a red sculp- ture in front of the Ann Waggoner Fine Arts Building. His work is now a permanent point of interest on the Wesleyan landscape. "The sculptures are very heavy," said media relations manager Holly Ellman in a telephone interview. "They can be moved if we need to build a building in the future, but other- wise, they are here to stay." Ellman reports that there has been positive feedback from faculty and alumni, but it would seem that the overall reaction to the artistic addition is mixed. Of the current students randomly interviewed about the sculptures, most were ambivalent or respond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

'•m * «• -.« - * Set:4 fc. JJ TEXAS WESLEYAN i zm Hie students" voice since 1917 September 27. 2001 Fort Worth. Texas Vbl 86, No. 4 pe a I a Is' |ni je 3d id fits lur is re.' nys lorn 1 the lan- | my spt. 7. I the lev- lost, liss lied, 1 the 1 the It ot | has 24. Iiree ping ire- lion, lited the are I an> long ■>ms. |ised News Briefs Inauguration Heck Events Friday, Sept. 28 Inauguration of Texas Wesieyan's 1 Kth president 10 a.m.. lawn in front of Oneai-Sells Administration Bids (weather permittingt or Sid Richardson Center. Reception immediately fol- lowing. Table tennis team exhibition 11:30 a.m. Sid Richardson ** AH Classes are canceled for the day so that students and tacoltv can participate in the inaugural celebration. (.amma Sig Bake Sale Gamma Sigma Sigma will hold a bake sale Thurs- day. Sept 27 from J1 am-3 pm in the SI B All proceeds w ill go to the American Red Cross. SOS Teddy Bear Drive Sons of Sakkara members will continue to accept new and gently used teddy bea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

2 The Rambler September 27, 2001 omment Do you think military action against Osama bin Laden will end global terrorism? Brook Salazar Junior Biochemistry 'No, I don't think terrorism will stop. I believe it will keep on going." Sascha Sciandra Freshman Math "No, I don't think it will end global terrorism because the Bible already says that there will be war." Ross Haynes 111 Freshman Business Management "Well personally, I think any mili- tary action against Osama bin Laden will put a partial sstop to terrorism but not a full stop." Heather Blackwell Senior Theater Arts "It might deter people from doing it globally but there's still some fanat- ics that will continue to do stuff like this." Brandy Brown Senior English "It will not way end global terror- ism. These guys are individuals and there are lots of them. Putting out a war against one person isn't going to stop it." Kenneth Johnson Junior Biology "No, I don't because when you kill one of them you start another one. Someone is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

Events The Rambler September 27, 2001 3 Tempo set for Inaugural Week Kathryn Keaton EVENTS EDITOR The Texas Wesleyan Department of Music opened Inaugural Week with a lively per- formance on Sept. 24, which included the Texas Wesleyan Wind Ensemble, the Wesleyan Singers, and the Wesleyan Jazz Ensemble I. Also included were appearances by Dr. John Fisher and Dr. Steve Simons, both of the music department. The program welcomed Piesident Hal Jeffcoat, while also paying tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11 tragedies. The evening began with the Wind Ensemble, directecLhyiStev Erich, leading the maces that transported the audi- ence back to the days of fifes and colonies and the fight for indepen- dence. The Wind Ensemble closed their performance with "Americans We,' (Fillmore) a patri- otic march. Fisher next completed a lively duo of ragtime melodies: "Rialto Ripples" (Gershwin) and "Elite Syncopations" (Joplin). Next, the Wesleyan Singers, directed by Dale Morehouse, com- pleted a pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

few?* 4 The Rambler September 27, 2001 Entertainment beat of new wave Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The contemporized post-punk approach has landed theStart into numerous tour openings for renowned artists Weezer and ■Incubus. The band had an impressive beginning to their musical career as they completed their summer trek opening for Sugar Ray and Uncle Kracker, playing songs from their debut album, SHAKEDOWN! on The Labcl/lnterscope records. The album is in stores now. theStart is a Los Angeles based foursome. Each member, coming from different bands, adds to the collaborative sounds described as new wave, music of the future. The music is a little bit heavy, a bit of pop and punk rock flair. Vocalist Aimee Echo and drum- mer Scott Ellis were former mem- bers of Human Waste Project. Guitarist/keyboardist Jamie Miller came from a short-lived California band called Snot, where he played the drums. These three then met Jeff Jaegar on a tour to Northern California. Jaeger played...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

U N I V /■ R S / lis W E S I i—A (Y on Sponsored by Texas Wesleyan Alumni Association September 27, 2001 The Rambler Vol. 86, Special Harold G. Jeffcoat: 18th President Student success at the heart of president's institutional vision Kathy Walker CLASS ()l 1W7 "My vision is to bring constructive change to Texas Wesleyan so that it might be an institution whose primary mission is the success of its students." Dr. Harold G. "Hal" Jeffcoat, Wesleyan's 18th president, believes in Texas Wesleyan University. So much so that he encouraged his son, Michael, to enroll this year as a freshman business major and hopes his daughter, Jacqueline, a junior at Paschal High School, also will attend the University. Jeffcoat is confident that his son and daughter will benefit from attending Texas Wesleyan, because he believes in the University's potential to graduate students who will lead meaningful and productive lives. During one of his initial visits to the University, Jeffcoat said. "Texas Wesley...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 2001

27, 2001 Inaugural Section v- vf)>W>+; October 13- Brick 10:30 a m., Eunice and James L. West Library 19- Wesfeyan Medal Dinner, Wildcatter Room of die Petroleum Club, 777 Main ! Sl: Reception at 6 p.m_, dinner at 7 p.m. November 3- 50th Reunion Recep- tion for the Classes of 1949. 50. '51 and *52, Location) TBA 30- Festival of Lessons and Corals, 7 p.m.. Polytechnic UMC; i\iumni Reception follow- ing December 2- Festival of Lessons and Carols, 6 p.m . Arlington Heights UMC 8- Alumni/Graduation Gathering. Location TBA 14- Robing ceremony, f I a.m_. Polytechnic UMC 14- Law School Hood- ing ceremony, | 2 p.m.. First UMC 14- Graduation Convo- cation, 7 p.m.. Will Rogers Audito- \ rium Look for these upcoming Spring Events: April 13- Annual Alpha Chi/Golden Shears Breakfast, 8:30 a.m.. Dora Roberts Inning Hall 13- Reunion Weekend; Dinner and Alumni Night at the spring musical 15- Wesleyan's 3rd Annual Invitational Jazz Festival. 7:30 p.m.. Bass Perfor- mance Hall; alumni recep- ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 2001

ft; ffc. TEXAS WESLEYAN Oct o n m'— T E X A S W E S L R Y A N U N I V E K S / 7 Y LIBRARY Rambler The students' voice since 1917 October 4, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 5 News Briefs Baseball fundraiser The Rams baseball team is sponsoring an event at the Pig-n-Whistle Pub on Thurs- day, Oct. 4 from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. The cost is $5 for 21 and up and $7 for students 18-20. The evening will include an auction of 5 girls and 6 guys for a prepaid date. Bids of cash or check will be accepted. All proceeds will benefit the Rams team. Pig-n-Whistle Pub is located at 210 E. 8th St. in downtown Fort Worth. Campus Closed In observance of Colum- bus Day. the campus will be closed on Friday, Oct. 5. Students in the U.S. Armed Forces Due to the events of Sept. II, students who are reservists in the U.S. Armed Forces and are called to active duty will be allowed to (their choice) 1. Withdraw from their courses and receive a full refund of tuition and fees. 2. Receive the grade of "1" (Incompl...

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