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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 November 1994

. . . x The Brand 6 Arts & Entertainment November 101994 SPKMtiiitKtSSSSM Ryan Shelton A Magical Tour De Force Ryan2: Reduced to a Pulp with Pulp Fiction Ryan Valentine Something for Everyone Frequent and gratuitous vio- of moviegoers across America lence. Offensive language. Appearances by Bruce Willis and Borderline blasphemy. Human Uma Thurman round out an Irresistible. A charming and Travolta whUe formidable in the brains dangling from Samuel excellent cast. Jackson s arro. uxpncu sexuai uui .. . violence. And the glorification cast that gives Fiction its charm of killing. The new movie More than anything else it is the release Pulp Fiction has some- clever writing and direction of thing for everyone and it is this Quentin Tarantino that makes the broad-based appeal that will movie work. Tarantino walks the surely endear it to audiences of fine line between B-rate gangster all ages film and failed comedy. What John Travolta stars in what results is a slick nineties style may...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 November 1994

The Brand November 10 1994 Sports 7 Cowgirl Volleyball Cowgirls Close Out Season With Win Over Austin College by Trtnten Httburn all in attacks in the TIAA with a The Hardin-Simmons .291 attacking percentage. She University Cowgirls closed out compiled 194 kills on 481 their 1994 volleyball season at attempts to lead the-Cowgirls. home Friday with a win over Cotten who placed seventh Austin College 11-15 15-9 15- overall in attacks in the TIAA TIAA in attacks with 958 kills on third in blocks and aces with 230 2877 attempts. They also .placed and 193 respectively. 8 15-7. The victory gave the Cowgirls a season ending record of 4-8 in TIAA competition. Saturday HSU fell to a tough finished the season for HSU with 109 kills on 285 attempts for a .267 percentage. Cotten also placed fourth in the TIAA in assists and aces. Cotten racked Dallas Baptist squad that swept up 43 aces and 483 assists during the Cowgirls 5-15 11-15 14-16 her 194 campaign. to finish the regular season 8-18. HSU ...

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

8 Sports The Brand November 10 1994 Eight Lettermen Three Starters Return Cowgirl Basketball Looks Forward to Successful Season by Josh Bower man The Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirls' Basketball team is looking forward to anoth- er successful season this year. Second year head coach Julie Goodenough returns eight letter- men and three starters from a team that won the TIAA Confrence Championship and advanced to the NAIA Division II National Tournament. The returning Cowgirls are led by All-Confrence center Donna Roberts. Roberts led the team in scoring and rebounding last season with 14.3 points and 12.3 rebounds per game. The Cowgirls will also count heavily on senior Shana Briggs for offensive punch this season. Briggs averaged 13 points and four rebounds as a starter last year. Senior guard Kathy Burroughs rounds out the list of returning starters for the Cowgirls. The Coleman native averaged four points and two rebounds as the Cowgirls' point guard last season. Other returning...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

HARDIN'SIMMONS UNIVHKSITY Tuf .M r" k y yfMf '. zw' December 2 1994 Abilene Texas Vol. 82 No. 10 "New" Student Center Begins to Look the Part Jin v iiirSr i WEST -J fct-CVATloSJ r MO0Y 4-wlw f- Ay Z)r. Michael Whltehom The Moody Student Center is beginning to show its renovation on the outside as well as the inside. As the above drawing reflects the west (front) side of Moody Center will soon look very different. We've all noticed the external stairwell on hte north end but soon the stairwell will be completed and the look will be quite different In addition the patio in front of Moody Center will be extended to cover the entire area from the stairwell beyond the current primary entrance on the south end. That patio will allow for outdoor tables and Fans ooAc on a ne Cowboys shot down Missouri Bailey on Nov. 19 giving them a birth Into the quarterfinals. If fans do not fill the stands on Saturday; December 3 HSU will lose home field advantage. 'Photo by Josh Bowerman chairs (contine...

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

Mm9 vfWM 2 Viewpoint December 2 1994 The the Brand :v.v y-. . J.'-1 ifnVa1 .i &' '-...V"-N ;- "? -W J.X i Laundromat .3Tfe. Jfc I k IV V'.stts t-. -v V!- it. Kit ii. .V A 4" f I k5' .lis t " r M-'nSSi..Srif- flbileht; TK 698 fffiV- im'. Oxr (915)S?I-M3i BtStor;1 V Laura Home . VAdyertisiaf Mwiager :- ':"; Andrew Bossiu- ilvlli ft'." :i oHBntskM!aK. mro ftSHaW&JBft iiaMMii 3SaHL338&aK mm HtyJmidSlm it abandons hope 6f karniitf 'toy- ; 'W exhausted mother final-.: J V'J it MJ What aiMKaoeosm. of 'life: ' thing academic; mihlles arid ly done wither ftmilyTs laiin- r dvrworke4;:otficra; hyper- ; walks over. nve children obedient husbands over wet 2 andpurpoteluicoUefeersiiidents focus only Evcikm what it's Utc to The fi llJ" " meUw .Vi- -ILIiLar iU-li. lU rn ct nAloc it intn hM-.irf.Xft.-''1. gtwallpi- ened to blow-up Wteleyisioii lauri4iyvbag. 'Gathering her'';i wasiielwf lndVe didntshareithc&sewcm booksslhells'the boy good bye "$$& iThtfexDefience "his dav off. .He...

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

The Brand December 2 1994 Features 3 All-School Christmas Party Serves as a Stress Breaker Before Finals BV . -vAj! vaaa)BBn9fBaBBBBBBBBBBBB aal uA '""r" IBaaaaflLrohlBaaaaa! Ifaaall kXKfmL(FSm HSU Cheerleaders shared their Christmas wishes with Santa Claus at the All School Christmas Party on Tuesday before they led the students in a pep rally fori this Friday's play off game. -Photo by Laura Home MSSiSMM&MSM&MQMM&M&QSi You are cordially inviied to a dinner honoring Hardln-Simmons University Graduating Class of December 1994 Thursday December 8 1994 at 6:30 P.M. Multipurpose Room Johnson Building Sponsored fly The Har din-Simmons University tlumnl Association Hosts: Dr. and Mrs. Canny Hall RSVP by calling 670-1317 by December 6 Special Door Prizes Ph.T. Awards (Putting HubbyHoney Through) 'Twas two weeks until finals and all through the campus everyone was stirring to beat the Christmas rush. The hustle and bustle of the semester was approaching and all were in need...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

4 Features The Brand December 2 1994 JHfo from Darfatftott British Campus of the University of Evansvilie Grantham England Trip to Salzburg Allows Students to Learn Real Story of Von Trapp Family by Emily Maxwell Today I returned on a five day trip through Austria and Germany. These countries are beautiful. Extremely expensive but worth the price. I first went to Vienna and saw the palace the museums the gardens and even the Spanish Riding School in training. The city is really nice. It rained the whole visit but by Talent Show Highlights by Dr. Dan Cooper One of the highlights of the semester at Harlaxton occurred this past week as the Talent Show filled the Great Hall with music and laughter. The Talent Show is always a popular event that is attended by virtually all students faculty staff and passers-by. Over a dozen acts were performed which ranged from rap to jug- gling. The Talent Show was pro- duced and directed this semester by our own Jamie Nichols and Jeffrey Cooper. All o...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

..-. 'J. The Brand !? C '&' December 2 1994 eaiures 5 ;j ' . v ; ; . :i 1' y ....... . . j 1.?J. B"fc B F f vvrt 'V.' rvrsunutuy i rrujiie; ur. micnaei vv nuenorn - ii Sn5i7.7.v llrpfifipr. fnnrl lYkonhAr anrl Vicinnarv :-i J M.rr -VV ... .ML T.w.-J rr ? . 'M x v . a . i .... r byJeanlSlms from Bpokcr High School where backgrounds and research tion classes to help professors . ' You may have seen hinv. lu'sctad was pastor of a church counter-intelligence. He; became with lesson plans and lectures. l around: a sna?zy dresser with A'.Hewent from there .and a Detachment Commander and It was at this point that Dr. j quicJc smile Dr. Michael; became "a member of the seventh organized a network of local Lanny Hall caUedfWhitehorn to- . t : ' Whitehorn Yi spies helfewenUoViemam. . share wimhimthevisionllie.hpd' tf i' '5tlMcnt Pewlppnjfl'ji JSdSs was a "huge -The' exierieace there was for Hardm-Simntons University. ? $. ';man to miss. Mv'f6K him to make unlike anything he had ever While...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

The Brand December 2 1994 6 Features ?- r m "? V. . . ;s .. oKie:aB vv "vy : ; v sSv5 : si. tV-;-- v- v-r M sS SVSW."SVAVSWlliNVANS".SVA ""AVWASV SSNS rtVA-ANVtVASSAvhWAWA .WSNvKVASVW VWVWllVSVVWbVtsWASW SWvSvAV HSU's annual Adopt-A-Child is fast approachirigbut wait. Something has mysteriously hap- pened to the sign-up sheet (eaten by rabid laboratory mice). If you signed up to Adopt-a-Child from the community please stop back by the Religious Activities Officeto sign up again. If you hve not yet signed up please do so. It will be Tuesday December 6 from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. The cost is $5 per couple plus a $5 gift for the child. This will be a great time for you and it will make a child's day (plus there will be a visit from St Nick.) I know it's early but we are already making big plans for our Baptist Student Ministry Winter Retreat. This will be Jauary 20- 21 at Big Country Baptist Association (Leuders). The cost is a mere $20 and includes a T- shirt. You may sign up in the Religi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

The Brand December 2 1994 Features 7 HSU's Foreign Studies Program Continues to Grow by Dr. Teresla Taylor You can be one of a growing number of HSU students who are taking advantage of the universi- ty's growing foreign study pro- gram. If you missed chapel assem- bly on November 17 you may have missed out on some infor- mation that could change your whole life. Traveling living and studying in a foreign culture be it as familiar as England as exot- ic as the lands of Beijing and Tibet or as rewarding as working in the Holy Land changes your outlook on life forever. HSU's foreign studies' program under the leadership of Dr. Dan Cooper hopes to enrich participating fac- ulty and students by providing direct encounter with foreign cul- tures both past and present in order to insure that the university experience at HSU addresses the issues of an increasingly interna- tional economic intellectual and social environment. Whether your interest is languages reli- gion or a desire to broa...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

The Brand " December 2 1994 8 Features - . . .in-:'': ': .' ' - ." - ' .'si-:'-V. :.:.' v: ': .- '.'"'' v'."'.'i'- vu . Bleak Future for Democrats (Continued from pg. 2) bv Republican Jcb Bush son of ine iormcr president ucorgc Bush. The major issues in that race woe crime and education as was the same in many 'cither races across the country. Some other incumbent Democratic governors were -also able to keep their posts in the states of Georgia Vermont Colorado Nebraska and Arkansas. Heitfin Texas another gov- ernorship .as won by. a Republican.. George W. Bush the oldest son of former presi- dent George' Bush became only the second Republican governor elected' in Texas since 1874. BushV defeated"- Democratic Governor Ann Richards t by a margin of 53 percent of 44 per- cent. In the U.S. Senate race Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison overwhelmed -her opponent Democrat Richard Fisher; by a margin of 61 per- cent to 39 percent This will be Hutchison's first full term in the Senate...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

Arts & Entertainment 9 Star Trek: Generations Beams into Theatres The Brand December 2 1994 by Duston Brooks The baton has finally been passed from the original Star Trek cast to the Next Generation cast. Star Trek: Generations which opened on November 18 is the seventh Star Trek film and the first to feature the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generations which includes Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) Jonathan Frakes (Commander William Riker) Levar Burton (Commander Geordi LaForge) Michael Dorn (Lieutenant- Commander Worf) Gates McFadden (Doctor Beverly Crusher) Marina Sirtis (Counselor Deanna Troi) Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan) and Brent Spiner (Commander Data). Data incidentally receives an emotion chip in the movie. The film also features three members of the cast of the origi- nal Star Trek television series and the six previous Star Trek films: William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk James Doohan as Commander Montgomery Scott and Walter Koenig as Commander Pavel Chekov. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

The Brand December 2 1994 10 Arts & Entertainment 'cr rA l3 Final Fall Theatre Production Opens Wednesday DepL of Theatre Release The Hardin-Simmons Univeristy Department of Theatre is at it again. They will be closing out this semester with their production of Story Production. Story Theatre is an adapta- tion of fairy tales and stories from Aesop and the Grimm Brothers- as well as American folk tales. The stories 10 in all are dramatized by an ensemble Baby. cast of seven players. Each actor This 90 minute show is creates numerous characters designed for the whole family throughout the show-some are The humor and style will appeal ?iuman some are animals and to children as well as adults. some are inanimate objects. Using costume props musical instruments and improvisation the actors re-tell classic stories such as The Bremen Town Musicians Hemy Penny t The Golden Goose and The Tmr Show dates and times are Wednesday Dec. 7 through Saturday December 10 at 8 p.m. There will also...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

A V y. ':"i-:U?.-;.'ll- Sports. ii f December 2 1994 X$ 'n . T.V. " Cowgirls and Cowboys KickOjf 19905 Basketball Season toHwms next series' of "games. "';The ' V-Ruffln led.the Cowboys th ..V '-;.'' The Brand niuuiii-oiuiuiuus vuwgms iravcica 10 neiion rojiupoinis ln.inc ojj jwumwci 11 I .if w Vr Vt IV" K'' d . - ' . V L . .. ? .. WW4 A5' - "n 1'1I!."..X!.. i r"i ." $&n ;S?V VPWgirls lacked off ' :'v.?P basketball seasons;at &k '' If- weekends ago. ' " . -r Afr w'ir THe Cowboys fell to a "ii . . . ana lace jyiaiy Hardin-Baylor -while jf lexas state loss wmjc:oayjea their 1994- the .Cowboys visited Dallas '.the. team with 48 pdint?1nbe ; Lsons; at home Christian Southwest Texas-State " loss to Lamar $ i$J&fel . J 1 L. I ' - ' r-f itrtn.' ' r1T .ii'&iXrj-i . oiiujuuimn . . ; .11113 icaur .- kciibrk 'uuct .-i. - -. sj s- -ALi- -.Ii J-..W i-Mrii5!li iuuku . jlijc vuwkuis wnc uui uic 'cvciy uay &uu uwauNuwu "Md-America Bible College team to brine home a victory thoug...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 2 December 1994

The Brand December 2 1994 Sports 12 Cowboys Thunder Past Missouri Valley 49-21 by Trenten Hilburn The thunder rolled Saturday Nov. 19 at Shelton Stadium as the Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys rolled over Missouri Valley College 42-21. The score was identical to the Cowboy playoff victory of one year ago when HSU downed Evangel (Mo.) College . Nov. 20 1993. It was a premier day for run- ning back Tommy Cupil who rushed for 227 yards on 29 car- ries. Cupil's rushing mark eclipsed his own personal best of 215 yards which was set against Austin College earlier this season. Cupil also broke the 1948 record set by Bob Chesney by scoring five touchdowns in one game. Cupil's record setting day did not stop there as he now holds the Texas Intercollgiate Athletic Association record for the most touchdowns in a season with 22. The Cowboys 9-2 reached the national semifinal last season and the Cowboys who seem to AJMrnfrioui iotoc CoWii McCormkk (3) breaks the aB-dme NA1A ZWr. 11 pass Recepti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 January 1995

HARDIN'SIMMONS UMI-VBRSITV Tii January 18 1995 Abilene Tfcxas Vol. 82 No. 11 Student Congress Elections Sugarek and Anderson Battle for Presidential Office New years bring new excite- ment and 1995 brings with it an all out battle for the office of Student Congress President between Shona Sugarek and Chuck Anderson. It is the first opposition the office has faced in seven years as the last seven presidents were unopposed. Sugarek and Anderson will give their platforms in speeches during the January 19 assembly at 9:30 a.m. in Behrens Chapel. On-campus students will be able to vote in precincts located in the dorms and off-campus stu- dents can vote in Moody Center. Sugarek a senior nursing major believes she would be a good president because she has worked with Student Congress since she was a freshman and she knows how it works. Anderson feels he would make a good president because the students need someone who can actively go and speak the needs of students to the adminis- tration...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 January 1995

The Brand 2 Viewpoint jKurji8m5 Planning for Life's Fires: Stop Drop and Pray Children arc taught rrom a young age that if their clothes catch on fire they are to "Stop drop and roll." It is important to prepare and equip children to handle emergen- cies such as fires. By knowing what to do in case of an emergency chil- dren can act calmly saving their own lives and possibly the lives of others as well. Stop drop and roll Such a sim- ple lesson. And how applicable it is to our daily lives as Christians. When our lives catch on fire with depression death busyness divorce sickness financial difficul- ty or sickness we need to be pre- pared to take on the flames. How can we prepare ourselves for such a time? By learning to stop drop and pray. Prayer is the key to spiritual growth. It is one-on-one communi- cation with the Heavenly Father. It is through prayer that we draw near to God. Once we begin to grow clos- er to the Lord we learn more about His love for us. It is His uncondi- tio...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 January 1995

The Brand January 18 1995 Features 3 Laney Re-Elected as 71st Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives News Release James E. "Pete" Laney D- Hale Center was re-elected Tuesday as the 71st Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives. Laney pledged to help remove any barriers preventing people from contributing their talents and ideas to the Texas leg- islative process. "Every person should be able to make their voice heard in this chamber" Laney said. He also noted that beginning January 10 any citizen can have computer access to the legislative systems. From home computers they will be able to track the progress of legislation. He also plans to request committee hear- ings on ways to broadcast future House sessions so that all Texas can watch the proceedings of the House. "I want the people of Texas to be a part of this process more than ever before" Laney said. Laney also pledged to bal- ance the state budget without increasing state taxes. "We are fortunate to have a strong...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 January 1995

4 Features TheBrmnd Juryl81995 AveX&vfrv&rfh&& 1 ' !lIiBIHi mSESailMMRsSlMHi As the new year swings around many exciting things axe happen- ing and the Baptist Student Ministry guarantees this semester to be the best ever ' We will be kicking off this new year with Power Source 95. This is our winter retreat which will be Jan. 20-21. The cost is a mere $20 (sell your books back). We need to know if you are going by 12 noon on WwL Jan. 18. We will be having special guests to help us out dur- ing these incredible two days. You remember Jenny Broughton who spoke in chapel last semes- ter. Well this time she's bringing her hunka burnin' love Sam and you won't want to miss it We will also be starting back our noon lunches on Tuesday at noon at University Baptist Church. This semester our speakers will be pas- tors and university ministers from local churches. The cost is one stinky little dollar (sell your plasma) and the food is really neat-o. Don't be left out in the co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 January 1995

;V V; The Brand January 18 1995 Features 5 Women and Men Cope Differently with Jealousy College Press Service Women and men cope with jealously differently a new study by a University of San Francisco professor suggests. During a recent study when women were presented with a hypo- thetical situation about a partner's sexual infidelity they were more likely to seek social support appraise themselves talk' disparagingly of their partner and intervene in the rival relationship between spouse and friend said Dr. Rhonda Parker an assistant professor of commu- nication at USE Men on the other hand were more likely to avoid the situation altogether by denying it happened or ignoring the issue she said. Men too were more likely to try and preserve the primary rela- tionship while women would not attempt to demand commitment from their partner after learning that he cheated. In fact men who fool around shouldn't expect to reconcile with their partner as women were more likely than men to bre...

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