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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 2001

■r.v"'\ I,fjm " ! rati 2 The Rambler October 4. 2001 How do you unwind after a stressful day? Holly Woffenden Freshman Prelaw 'I relax after a stressful day by lis- tening to music and sleeping." Matthew Jackson Senior Psychology "When I go home to unwind I just- sit down and play playstation." Susan Robertson Senior Introdisciplinary Studies "After a stressful day, I like to go home and watch Friends on TV and sit back and watch my baby." m. Eddie Holmes Junior Music Theater "When my day is over and 1 get time to relax, I like to sit down with a good book, read a little bit, and then get as much sleep as I can before the next day starts." Marco Guzman Junior Undecided '1 go running for a couple of miles or listen to classical music." Michelle Russell Freshman Accounting "1 like to relax by lying on the couch, or in bed, and watch TV. I try not to think about all those stressful things of the day." Photos by Jose Valdez The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 2001

Events The Rambler October 4, 2001 3 ] Soccer team's goal: play for love of the game lod ht/ a id to py- not Jimmy Bridges STAFF WRITER When Wesleyan moved from Division II to Division III, the soccer team was hit very hard. The Division II scholarship athletes found themselves at a crossroads in their college careers. The coaches were told that the num- ber one priority was to help the athletes find other forms of financial aid or to help them find another school. When all the dust settled. Coach Kenny Medina found himself starting from scratch. The men's soccer team began its rebuild- ing process last spring. It was not difficult to find students who were good enough to com- pete at a competitive level in Division III. By the end of spring, the coach brought in 14 eager young men who were excited about their chances for the upcoming fall. Unfortunately, the excitement for the soc- cer program was very short-lived. Four of the athletes could not afford Wesleyan's tuition and most o...

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

' W • • v I 4 The Rambler October 4, 2001 Entertainment ®lii% (S®IM® liMv to 9 tiiis IFaitof ®if Tfa&s'®' Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Com dogs, cotton candy and smoked turkey legs, it can't get any better than that! The State Fair of Texas, the largest annual exposition in North America, is taking place at the Fair Park in Dallas from Sept. 28-Oct. 21. Fair Park was built on 80 acres of prairie land east of the city limits. This historic land- mark now encompasses 277 acres of magnifi- cent landscaping and architecture. The first state fair opened in 1886 to a crowd of 14.000 people. Today, an estimated three million visi- tors are expected to participate in activities of the 24-day event. This year's theme of the state fair is "Food and Fun: 2001." The magazine Southern Living will present "Recipes and More" from its cooking school. They will host four 30- minute shows daily to an audience of 350 peo- ple. The State Fair brings in an abundance of fairgoers based on its...

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

fc o OCT k? 200| T e x a s W p ,# l e - University ■* ' ^ UNIVERSITY Rambler The students' voice since J 917 October 11, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 6 News Briefs Donor brick dedication Ceremony and reception will be held in front of the EJW Library at 10:30 a.m., Saturday,^ 13*^ f Business Hall of Fame Fort Worth businessman Clifton H. Morris, Jr. will be honored at the 32nd annual Business Hall of Fame dinner on Oct. 18 at the Fort Worth Club. ' • Single tickets for the event are $250 and tables of 10 are available for $2,500. All proceeds benefit the scholarship program at Wes- leyan's school of business. Attire for the evening will be black tie optional. For reservations, call ext. 4415. Legal questions answered The Tarrant County Bar Association will host its free Legal Line on Thursdays, Oct. 11 and Oct. 25 from 6-8 p.m. Attorneys will answer legal questions over the phone. Call (817) 335-1239. Students in the U.S. Armed Forces Due to the events of Sept. 11, students w...

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

f, 2 The Rambler October 11, 2001 Opinions ! Do you believe there will be repercussions from the United States' strikes on Afghanistan? Newsha Johansouzi Junior Pre-dent "I think America should take Bin Laden's warning seriously and be pre- pared for future terrorist attacks. I think everybody should take con- scious. Anthony Johnson Junior History and Political Studies "Yes, I do believe there will be reper- cussions because you're fighting a religious war. People feel like it's an attack on them." Irene Gomez Senior Bilingual Education "Naturally there will be some reper- cussions. I think there will be isolated incidents in the country, possibly the airports and public places." Courtney Lytle Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia "I do think there will be some reper- cussions from the strikes. Although I'm not sure what it is, it could be another terrorist attack here again in the United States." Latrice Montgomery Junior Biology "I believe there is no justice in war. With the Uni...

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

pk lile llues lP |)ur rr~ |s, hing lave the Is to I tu- 1 lie : in of rd- jse fit em am- on- in and :nos Events Women wage war against breast cancer The Rambler October 11, 2001 3 1 Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR In these days of uncertainty, people are being flooded with pic- tures and stories of firemen and sol- diers who exemplify courage. How easy it is to overlook the quiet, less publicized women of courage who walk this campus with us. We will probably never wave a flag in their honor or tie ribbons to our cars. Yet every day, they take the time to educate us and challenge us to learn and live and love while we can. Their battle requires as much strength, determination and courage as the war in Afghanistan. They fight their war every minute of every day. Unfortunately, the "terrorist" MMH JS Photo.by Mclanie Manning Dr. Twyla Miranda, associate pro- fessor of education fights Inflammatory Breast Cancer. that threatens their existence is the enemy known as breast cancer. Two Wesleyan ...

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

■>>: iifi ) i 4 The Rambler October 11, 2001 Entertainment Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMEJNT EDITOR Searching for the next "Die Hard" movie to see, or just searching for Bruce Willis? Well, he's back from the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem in the new film Bandits. Bruce Willis stars with Billy Bob Thorton and Cate Blanchett in this romantic comedy. Joe Blake (Bruce Willis) and Terry Collins (Billy Bob Thorton) escape from prison and make their way south of the border. Joe, whose criminal record began at age 12, and his hypochondriac partner, Terry travel from Oregon through California robbing banks to fund their getaway. The fugitives' famous bank robbery that gave them the nickname "The Sleepover Bandits" goes like this: Joe and Terry take a bank manager and his family hostage the night before the heist, stay the night and then go to the bank before business hours with the manager. It was all too easy. Of course, things get complicated for these fugi- tives. Enter Kate Wheel...

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

: v fc -t> TFXAS WESLEYAN OCT 1 9 2001 l*/#v Texas W LIBRARY •t N« N I V E R S I T Y ambler The students' voice since 1917 October 18, 2001 ForfWorth, Texas Vol. 86, No.7 4 News Briefs Major Exploration Day Offices of freshmen and transfer admission will host a major exploration day on Sat- urday, Oct. 20 from 9:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. in the East Room of the EJW library. Transfer students can con- tact Terri Evans at ext. 4458 and freshmen students can contact Stephanie Boatner at ext. 4422. Halloween Shindig Student life requests fac- ulty to serve as judges for the costume and pumpkin carv- ing contests and other con- tests, which will be held from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Tues- day, Oct. 30 in the Quad. For information, contact student life at ext. 4870. Mitchell-Reed lecture series Texas Monthly senior edi- tor and noted author Joe Nick Patoski will speak from noon- 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Oct, 23, in the East Room of the EJW library as part of the Mitchell- Reed lecture series. His top...

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

2 The Rambler October 18, 2001 Compromise reached in deployment of divisional structure we get the strategic plan finished," Henderson saidj fp rjM "Our efforts were to cut the number of adjuncts we HTK ctratpoir nlnn ran cnoapct if wif* npp/l tr\ pcino in nrnoramc anH opt mnrp nf r nr senior fiir- w Jose Valdez MANAGING EDITOR In an e-mail addressed to the arts and sciences fac- ulty on Monday, President Harold G. Jeffcoat announced a compromise in the deployment of the divi- sional structure system for the school of arts and sci- ences allowing the divisions of science and mathematics and visual and performing arts to retain department chairs. Jeffcoat wrote, "It has been suggested by the divi- sions of math & science and visual & performing arts that the management of their programs offer special challenges that require the continued participation of , department chairs." "Dean Kirkpatrick[ dean of arts and sciences] & Dr. Henderson [interrim provost] will work out th...

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

The Rambler October 18, 2001 3 Campus Comments Who is or has been the most influential person in your life? Abel Baldazo, Jr. Sophomore Musical Theater "The most influential person in my life has been my high school theater teacher. She pushed me to make me work harder to get through high school and she helped me out a lot." Dr. Margaret Patoski Professor of Hi story/Chair of Social Sciences "My hero is Eleanor Roosevelt. She made a tremendous career for herself and made a huge difference in people's lives all over the world." Gareth Savage Junior Business "I'm here on a business education ini- tiative program from Northern Ireland. The person who's the most influential in my life is Bill Clinton for his commit- ment to the peace process back home." Roshunda Murphy Sophomore Political Science/Pre-law "I have to say that would be my grandmother. No matter what I do, what decisions I make in life, she always encourages me to achieve my goals and do the best I can." Dr. Bruce McDonald ...

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

4 The Rambler October 18, 2001 The smallest 'pilgrim' Nika Maples STAFF WRITER When they opened their hotel room door in China, the Berrys were ready. Four years earlier. Dr. Greg Berry and Dr. Karen Whelan-Berry, associate professors of management, were married, and immediately began to consider adopting a child. They knew of many cases in the United States where adoptions had been reversed by biological parents. They also knew that they would have to wait a very long time to receive a healthy child in a domestic adoption. So the Berrys contacted Villa Hope International Adoptions <www.villahope.org>, an agency in Alabama, where they were living at the time. And the waiting began. The Berrys decided to adopt a baby from China, where a one-child-per-family rule was initiated by the Chinese government in 1979 to curb population growth. Currently, a one son/two child rule is strictly enforced. As a devastating result, infantacide and child abandonment continue. On a doorstep in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 2001

t vyrpr I BH Scene About Campus The Rambler October 18, 2(X)l 5 Santiago Saenz (left), a Sophomore physical education major, reaches the top of the Iwall brought by Army recruiters ion Oct. 16. j Jiamara Campbell (right), a junior biology major, struggles ito climb a more challenging sec- tion of the wall after her initial success on the 'easy' side. Dozens of students attempted tg scale the wall during free period Tuesday. The army sets it, up as part of an ROTC recruiting campaign. ; Below, business psychology jnajor Ertasha Jackson gets comfortable in the driver's seat i Of the Army's Humvee. i Photos r \ Mclanie Manning WESLEYAN fOUNHD Photo bv Jose Valdez iWtOs b\ Mclanit1 Manning Estela Jaquez frolicks in the frothy fountain between classes Oct. 12. The bubbles were the result of an oft-occurring prank described by director of facilities Chuck Huddleston as "harmless and fun." The foam glided in drifts across the mall area, giv- ing the campus a surreal snow-like covering. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 2001

Waffl - > • * * IP *•* •*#**** * 6 The Rambler October 18, 2001 mntertainment I Matthew Smith STAFF WRITER Now in its fourth year, the annual Fort Worth Film Festival will run as planned despite the September 11 terrorist attacks and the closing of Forth Worth's Caravan of Dreams, according to Festival Jury Director Ryan Brennan. However, the festivities running from October 18- 21 will be scaled down from previous years, Brennan said. "This year will not feature celebrity guests and will have fewer locations," said Brennan. Past festivals employed multiple downtown loca- tions including the recently closed Caravan of Dreams nightclub. Brennan said the AMC Sundance 11 Theatre, the Black Dog Tavern and the Kimbell Art Museum would host this year's events. In response to September 11, Brennan said, "The show must go on but not quite as it has in the past." He said, "There is something very American about the spirit of independent filmmaking." Festival president Mike Price said, "Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 2001

<?c: s fc sj JFXAS WFSLEYAf* oct g ■ 't W E ,V L E N I V E R s / / Y The students' voice since 1917 October 25, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No.8 Ic- |e Id ms, lit l- licc ■per Ime |cek | in ; I thejl look T>,)th | jains i the Kaldc/ lion News Briefs Free Food for Freshmen The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is hosting a free luncheon for all freshmen on Thursday, Nov. 1, in the East Room of the EJW library. In addition to food, pro- vided by Olive Garden, stu- dents will be signing up for spring schedule advising times. One representative from each campus organization is also invited to attend, but must make reservations. For more information, contact Amy Bretthauer at ext. 4219. Fall Festival All students and their guests are invited to partici- pate in the Fall Festival cele- bration on Monday, Oct. 29, from 9 p.m.-midnight. The event, which will include a disc jockey, movies, food, games and prizes, will be held on the terraces and in the lobby of Stella Russell Hall. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 2001

% • 111 2 The Rambler October 25, 2001 Opinions — n Do you believe as a profes- sor that it's your duty to inform students they may be following the wrong career path? Dr. Carl Smeller Assistant Professor of English "Yes, I do. 1 think that part of my job is counseling students and I should be as honest with them as possible." Rod Erakovich Visiting Assistant Professor of Management "I think it's my duty to inform stu- dentts of the benefits and drawbacks of various career paths and let them make their own decision based upon their goals and objectives." Kit Hall Associate Professor of Art "Yes, I do believe it is the obligation of the professor to open doors for stu- dents through the advising process that would lead to their own discovery of what might be the best path, career wise, for the students to go down." Billie Hara Director of the Wesleyan Collegiate Institute and Professor of English "No, I would not directly tell them that they're following the wrong career path. But I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 2001

Events The Rambler October 25, 2001 3 I I Im I Irs? pt ir a ts. "X irs 4Silent Witness9: domestic violence touches Texas Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR There are some events in life we all assume can only happen to someone else. While 'everyone' might cheat on their taxes, 'someone else' will get audited by the IRS. 'Everyone' might drink alcohol, but 'someone else' will become the alcoholic. People often make the same assumption about domestic vio- lence. "It will only happen to some- one else." I believed the same thing-right up to the day I looked in the mirror and saw 'someone else' looking back. I married when I was 21 to a man 10 years my senior. When he told me what clothes to wear or who I was allowed to talk to, I explained it as his "superior wisdom gleaned from his greater life experience." Not long after we were married, he disappeared for 3 days. I cried, searched area hospitals and called police departments to see if there had been an accident. He turned up, reeking of alco- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 2001

W 4 The Rambler October 25, 2001 Entertainment Houses of t^e (Mt)s dead Melanie Manning EDITOR IN CHIEF Ballpark in Arlington Haunted House There's something frightening at the Ballpark in Arlington this Halloween season; it might even be scarier than the Ranger's 2001 win-loss record. The Haunted House at the Ballpark is a short but interesting labyrinthine trip through the 'tunnels' under the stadium. Visitors enter through the gate then proceed down a flight of stairs to the sub-basement of the ballpark. From there, friendly security guards direct visitors to the entrance to the dark maze. The almost total blackness made navigating the maze difficult, and often the only light came from the garrish strobe effects in use throughout the attraction. Costumed employees frequently popped out of inconspicuous spots to frighten guests as they passed by. Nearly every corner was manned by a well-concealed 'ghoul' of sorts. The corridors were occasionally broken up by rooms made to look lik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 2001

S'c: 9 o o -t «•"* vtt — :XA$ Wfc'SLFVAH k /i n University NOV - I 2001 BRAR' ambler The students' voice since 1917 November 1, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No.9 vs ry ro- Exit 166, 247 in park Tom News Briefs Free Food for Freshmen The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is hosting a free luncheon for all freshmen on Thursday, Nov. 1, in the East Room of the!EJW library. In addition to food, pro- vided by Olive Garden, stu- dents will be signing up for spring schedule advising times. I One representative from each campus organization is also invited to attend, but must make reservations. For more information, contact Amy Bretthauer at ext. 4219|, Laura Ruby Art Exhibit Hawaiian artist Laura Ruby will have her work exhibited at Wesleyan in the East room of the EJW library. The exhibition will run from Nov. 5-30. She will exhibit a series of prints based on Nancy Drew. Ruby will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 15, for a series of events which include the opening reception from 5- 7 p.m. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 2001

T *rU" zrrM i** frfr^-T '•TfjcV. 2 The Rambler November 1 2001 Opinions mmmm .. - % :: r.^'W: ents If you had the oppor- tunity to study or travel abroad, where would you go? Judy Armstrong Senior Interdisciplinary Studies "It would be Scotland because that's where my heritage is. My family is Scottish and I'd love to go see the castles and find where my family originated from." 1 ' • W -- Ifir iMt- m .. a Martha Fanner Assistant cataloger Eunice and James L. West Library "I would go to Germany because that's where my great-grandfather came from. I would just love to go and see the part of Germany that he came from." Gwendolyn Flowers Supervisor Quizno's "I would travel to the Holy Land. I support the charity groups and I would like to see where my money is going." Denelle Rodriguez Administrative Assistant Athletic Department "If I could go anywhere, it would be to Italy. Why? I have been there and also because of the histo- ry and culture involved." Robert Crownover Setup and brea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 November 2001

Events The Rambler November 1, 2001 3 ■to Lt In kn- 16 level lit- suh- l<>! se to a lec- ttle bit Apply for a quarterback j ob with the Dallas Cowboys Carlos Medina One of the most glamorous positions in profes- sional sports is up for grabs. It is starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Requirements: working knowledge of NFL defens- es, ability to handle pressure, capable of throwing spi- rals and the cunning to avoid con- cussions. If you happen to meet these guidelines and would like to throw some passes this year for the Cowboys, give Jerry Jones a call. Although the 2-4 Cowboys have begun to show some signs of life after starting the season 0-4, the biggest mystery has become even more confusing. That ques- tion, of course, is "Who is the quarterback of the future?" Although the defense is improving and the offen- sive line is beginning to play well together, the real deal this season still lies at the quarterback position. The Cowboys had a plan for the season: star...

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