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

SBKHawTrtwa ''imJtwm opt jaMM^vifll 4 The Rambler November 1, 2001 Entertainment urn; braf uerto Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Dallas Museum of Art bring a piece of Mexico to the metroplex. Educational and aesthet- ic festivities are being held to cele- brate the traditional Mexican holi- day Dia De Los Muertos. All Saints Day, November 1, and All Souls Day, November 2, add a color of life for the deceased through out Mexico. In most areas in Mexico, November 1 is a day for remem- brance of deceased infants and chil- dren, known as angelitos. Adults who have passed are honored on November 2. These days are marked by an array of customs and preparation for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Artisitic exhibits in both muse- ums replicate the elaborate prepara- tions as seen in Mexico. A commemorative altar is con- structed in a designated area of the home. Spirits of the dead are expected to journey home. The altar and its offering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

a) T E X A S NOV 9 2001 W $ $ l fL U n i v f r s / r y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 November 8, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 10 IF News Briefs SAT practice test Phi Alpha Delta, the law honor society will sponsor a practice LSAT test on Satur- day, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m.- 12:15 p.m. in the science lec- ture theater. The cost is $5 to students, but is free to all PAD members. For more information, contact Debbie Smith at (817) 531-5806. • Laura Ruby Art Exhibit Hawaiian artist Laura Ruby will have her work exnibited at Wesleyan in the East room of the EJW library. The exhibition will run through Nov. 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 addition, fourth and fifth grade students from Ver- sia L. Williams Elementary School and Riverside Applied Learning Center. The children will participate in workshops titled "The Artist as Detect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

>> r- >;-< ■ if" >W\ 2 The Rambler November 8, 2001 News Photo by Jose Valdez Recent thefts in Dan Waggoner Hall have prompt- ed the posting of 'Warning' signs throughout the building. For advertising information, call (817) 531-7582 Bandits, from page I "I don't know if they crawled in or walked or what. I rarely ever have that much money with me, but 1 had gone to the bank the day before and kept out the cash," Meyers said. "My son is a student here and after 1 told him what hap- pened, he was the one who suggested that we look in the trash cans in the restrooms. He found it in the men's room," she said. "Fortunately they only took the cash. They left my drivers license and credit cards and my cell phone," Meyers continued. "1 don't believe this was a [Wesleyan| student. There are a lot of neighborhood kids who come in here to 'get a drink ," she said. "From the water fountain, there is a very clear view of my desk." According to security officer Charles "Smitty" Sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

Opinions The Rambler November 8, 2001 3 liild r Inew Jyan. |plun the Arts nex, >ject ligh | >11. Isaid, }t on (what I Campus Comments If you could change one thing at Wesleyan, what would it be? Ebony Edwards Freshman Communications "And my answer to If you would change anything at Wesleyan would be to lower the tuition." —~~~ Debi Zut'finetti Senior Elementary Education "1 would change the administration because all the administrators have a different idea of what's going on at this college." Jay Lopez Junior Bilingual Education "It would be the math department. 1 feel that is is not suiting the needs of the students and giving them what they really need." IP"' ife Jk, Doug Spell man Library clerk Eunice and James West Library "If I could change one thing at Wesleyan it would be the pay for faculty and staff." Erica Robinson Senior Psychology "If 1 could change one thing at Wesleyan it would be the registra- tion process and how long it takes for you to get signed up for clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

Events 4 The Rambler November 8, 2001 Students prepare for International Week events Photo by Metunie Manning Students in the Intensive English Program and other international students are preparing for the annual International Week events. SlMONK RaDZIO SPECIAL TO I III: rambler It is getting very busy at the international office of Texas Wesleyan University as all the inter- national students are intensively preparing for the International Week. From Nov. 12 to 16, there will be a lot of activities on campus. They start with the internation- al reception on Monday morning, to which all students, faculty, and staff are cordially invited. International entertainment is brought to the cam- pus on Monday night. The highlight of this week is the Intensive English Open House where all the international students have a chance to proudly represent their countries. They will be exhibiting information, traditions, artifacts, music and—the best thing about it—food from their home countries. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

Entertainment The Rambler November 8, 2001 5 fNYPD Blue dedicates season to September 11 heroes Jaclyn Gonzales I ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR I I I ; A quadruple murder and the jjiseovery of his lost partner are all in the day of Deteetive Andy Sipowicz. \ NYPD Blue aired its two-hour premiere Nov. 6, and dedicated its season to the police and firefighters jnvolved in the September 11 fcvents. The show picked up where it left off while incorporating a few new faces familiar to daytime TV viewers. As a dedicated NYPD Blue viewer, i wasn't too disappointed With the premiere. The show didn't ifall beneath its high standards in the police drama genre, but it didn't Exceed them this time around. ! Then again, how can you sur- pass 82 Emmy nominations, of Svhich the show won 19 since its debut in 1993. Co-created and executive pro- duced by Steven Bocho and David Milch, the show received 27 Emmy nominations in its first season In its sophomore year, it won the award for Outstanding Drama Series ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 November 2001

1 ' !' , 6 The Rambler November 8, 2001 Entertainment Th< 3T8)© 51 on(A5©CD®© ftSM ®>§i§[|]3il ttfo©[T© f®T WM Mm n®Q matthew Smith STAFF WIRTER Most men lead lives of quiet desperation, or so the saying goes. That may be, but it hardly makes for two hours of fun movie viewing. Even the usually great Coen Brothers can't save The Man Who Wasn't There from sink- ing into the film that's hardly there. Ed Crane (Billy Bob Thorton), a small-town 1940s era barber, plays a man so tac- iturn that a statue would seem gregarious by contrast. Crane'sblank face hides either a mind yearning to break free or one with nobody home. Crane surmises that his wife Doris (Francis McDormand) has been hitting the sheets with her boss Big Dave (James Gandolfini). Doris's infidelityleaves Crane curiously unperturbed and largely uninterested until a businessman (Jon Polito) offers a chance to invest in the wave of the future: dry clean- ing. Motive and opportunity come together as Crane secretly blackm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2001

i j y-*■> r*:// fc. 3j There will be no issue of The Rambler during Thanksgiving week. I cXm j vVfc3LC V/1-, NOV t 6 2001 LIBRARY The final issue of The Rambler (Fall '01 semester) will be available Nov. 29. T e x a s Wesley a n U n jl_v_ e r s / r y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 November 15, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 11 News Briefs Thanksgiving closing The university will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday begin- ning at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21. All employees due to receive checks on Friday should pick them up as early as possible on Wednesday. Thanksgiving Celebration The African-American Student Union (AASU) will hold a Thanksgiving food sale on Thursday, Nov. 15, in the Quad during free period. The cost per plate is $5. Great American Smokeout In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Great American Smokeout, a pro- gram will be held from 10 a.m. to I p.m. in die SUB on Thursday, Nov. 15. American Cancer Society members will be on cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2001

2 The Rambler November 15, 2001 Opinions Campus Comments What is the greatest chal- lenge you have overcome this semester, academically or otherwise? Erich Hoff Freshman Art "Study skills. I've even checked out a book from the library. How to Study for College, preparing me for the upcoming semester. In high school I really didn't have to study, but I've noticed a difference while being in college." Helen Hackworth Junior Elementary Education Trying to register for the spring when there's only one section of each education class and they're already filled." Lamar Adams Graduate Student Nurse Anesthesia Program "Studying for Dr. Reinke's class instead of taking an evening nap." Stoyan Anastassov Senior International Business "I'm taking 18 hours and four of them require a lot of writing. I'm a slow writer so that totally kills me. I don't have any time for anything. So far I'm managing to handle it." Aileen Curtin Assistant professor of early child- hood "Completing the first three c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2001

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 November 2001

\v. c H MMP MM Entertainment The Rambler November 15, 2001 4 Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Week Ahead 15 On Campus: *Lauru Ruby: Prints from her Nancy Drew Series; East Room Gallery; West Library; reception from 5- 7 p.m. "The Bald Soprano;" University Club; 7:30 Off Campus: *"Someone Who'll Watch Over Me;" Circle Theatre; 7:30 p.m. 16 On Campus: 'Laura Ruby: Prints from her Nancy Drew Series: East Room Gallery; West Library : "The Bald Soprano;" University Club; 7:30 Off Canpus: ■ Fort Worth Symphony with Evelyn Glennie: Bass Performance Hall; 8 p.m. On Campus: *Laura Ruby: Prints from her Nancy Drew Series; East Room Gallery West Library Off Campus: * Treasures from a Lost Civilization; Kimbell Art Museum: noon-5 p.m. 18 On Campus: "Laura Ruby: Prints from her Nancy Drew Series; East Room Gallery; West Library Off Campus: j Fort Worth Symphony with Evelyn Glennie: Bass Performance Hall: 2 p.m. On Campus: Laura Ruby: Prints from her Nancy Drew Series: East Room Gallery; West...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

This is the final issue of The Rambler for the Fall 2001 semester. Be sure to look for The Rambler's first issue of the Spring 2002 semester on January 31. TEXAS WESLEYAN U N I V i: K S I T Y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 November 29, 2001 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 86, No. 12 News Briefs Wesleyan Art Sale The art department is sponsoring a sale of original art works by Wesleyan stu- dents on Friday, Nov. 30, from noori-3 p.m. in the SUB. The works of art will range from ceramics to screen prints. Festival of Lessons and Carols This festival is based upon the traditional British service and features scriptural narration of nine lessons accompanied by a 100-voice choir singing the carols. There are 3 scheduled performances: Nov. 30. Polytechnic United Methodist Church; 7:30 p.m. with alumni reception to fol- low. Dec. 2. Arapaho United Methodist Church; 3 p.m. Dec. 2. Arlington Heights United Methodist Church; 6 p.m. Winter Ball The winter ball, spon- sored by SGA will be held F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

2 The Rambler November 29, 2001 News - Afghanistan, from page 1 "The plan right now is to help unite the people, then to have what they call a Loya Jirga," said Budri. Loya Jirga, meaning Grand Assem- bly, is a traditional assembly similar to a parliament that may be estab- lished in two to three years. After that, a new constitution could be written and used to hold democratic elections, he said. Budri said that the current show of force may be somewhat unneces- sary. because many Afghan men only fought for the Taliban to earn money to support their families. "We didn't have to bomb Afghanistan and kill so many inno- cent people," said Budri. "A lot of [the Taliban's] commanders could have been bought off." He said he doubts that the $25 million reward for bin Laden will encourage anybody to turn him in, because people are either loyal to him or fear retaliation. "He's already told them that if anyone spies for the United States, he'll shoot them right away," said Budri. He said Am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

Opinions The Rambler November 29, 200J 3 - ■■ • Campus Comments What is/are your prediction(s) for 2002? Donna Sanchez Junior Art "I think the world is going to go on just as it always has. The more things change, the more they stay the same. In other words, we're still gonna have problems, but hopefully it will be a little bit better." Brian Kcescy Senior Biology "My predictions for 2002 are that pop music will continue to decline and due to what's going on in the world, George W. Bush will be forced to incorporate English as his first lan- guage." Jon Mendoza Junior Playwriting "My predictions for 2002 are that I'm planning on taking over America and I will replace the national anthem with Thin Lizzy's The Bovs Are Buck In Town." Chelsea Rhodes Freshman Undecided "I predict that Cleo will be put in jail for fraud because of her little fake predictions. I mean, if I want to call her, shouldn't she call me because she's a psychic?" Rene Mayberry Freshman Pre-law "My prediction for 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

-4. 4 The Rambler November 29, 2001 Events Decode the mystery of art Elizabeth Stephens STAFF WRITER "Nancy Drew is a cultural icon," artist Laura Ruby stated, "like Marilyn Monroe, Elvis or Mickey Mouse." Miss Drew, the young detective who debuted in Carolyn Keene's mystery novels in the 1930s, is the focus of Ruby's collection of artwork, titled the "Nancy Drew Series." This 32-work collection is currently on display in the West library. According to Ruby, this is the first time the entire set has been displayed together. The incredible attention to detail that Ruby pays her artwork should be reason enough to have a look. The interesting ele- ments of pop culture, combined with a pletho- ra of clues and hidden messages, codes, sym- bols and hints make each of her prints fasci- nating. The real skill, however, comes in making each work, not only a unique sort of treasure hunt, but visually pleasing as well. Ruby's prints deliver on all accounts. "I'm inviting you, the viewer, to co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 November 2001

6 The Rambler November 29, 2001 Entertainment h TIM® (MMi GrmCc? Matthew Smith STAFF WRITER The Strokes are the next big thing. At least they are according to much of the media and the small world of music fans that still care about such things at this point. Even the ridiculously out-of- touch Rolling Stone stopped slob- bering over Jennifer Aniston and Britney Spears long enough to champion the band. Is This It, the band's debut release, lives up to the hype...sort of. The reason so many have gone gaga over the Strokes is that they, supposedly, represent the return to the brand genuine rock and roll not witnessed since punk's heyday. The Strokes music does recall shades of the Stooges, the Velvet Underground as well as the early punk musings of Television, the Modern Lovers and even Blondie. In sound and attitude they are ever so New York in that Lou Reed, street-hassle kind of way. And there's the catch. Is This It is good, but it feels secondhand. The imprint of the Stroke's inf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

We've changed our look. Find out why. Page 3 fFXAS WESLEVAM The iBRANr Rams baseball coach, Mike Jeffcoat looks forward to a new season. Page 5 bier January 31, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87, No. 1 News Briefs Black History Month The African American Student Union i>< sponsoring a month-long series of events to celebrate Black History Month. A proclamation program has been scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 5, during free period. The featured speaker will be Cedric Adams, a graduate MBA student and minister. It will be held in the Quad immediately following chapel. Wesleyan Recognized Wesleyan was recently named one of 100 Educators of Distinction for 2001 by the mag- azine Saludok Hispcmos. The universities named received high marks for "aca- demics, affordability, an ongo- ing commitment for Hispanic education and a Hispanic stu- dent body reflective of the U.S. population." Study Abroad Students interested in attending classes overseas dur- ing the summer semester can receive 6 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

2 The Rambler January 31, 2002 News Church with Wesleyan ties celebrates 90th anniversary Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR Polytechnic Baptist Church was established in 1912 and had 53 charter members. As the Polytechnic community grew, so did church membership. In 1978, with a new name, East Meadows Baptist Church moved its 'good old time religion' to its new location in Cookes Meadow. It was in the years following the move that Wesleyan board members approached church officials about purchas- ing the vacant church building to use as a per- forming arts center. Funds for the purchase of what is now known as the Law Sone Fine Arts Center were available through an anonymous gift. A gift from the Moncrief Family Trust provid- ed for renovations. Rob Harris, pastor of East Meadows Baptist Church, said, "At the time, the church consid- ered it unique that someone was interested in the property. Since the university and our church shared the same spiritual roots, the deacons saw it as God's provi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

Opinions The Rambler January 31, 2002 3 Partiotism: the new politically correct craze Twenty-five years ago, the people of America committed a terrible injustice. Caught in a war we didn't understand, we struck back at our government in anger and frustra- tion. Unfortunately, it was the American soldiers who were maimed in the crossfire. The casualties for that mistake are still being tallied. The wounded carry scars inflicted after they reached American soil. Fast forward to the war we fight today. When terrorists attacked The World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon, we circled the wagons and DONNA HANEY waved our flags. Patriotism became the vogue. Americans had a new bandwagon to jump on and, boy, did we jump with both feet! We began with U.S. flags on our car antennas. It wasn't uncommon to see pickups cruising the streets with actual flagpoles anchored in their beds. Patriotism became a competition. Advertisers scrambled to find ways to be sensitive in their quest for capita...

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