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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

4 The Rambler January 31, 2002 Campus Life Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER Toni Staley is an 18-year-old freshman majoring in mass comunication. She is from Keller, TX and is currently on the brink of what appears to be a very promising career in acting and music. At 15. Staley's passion for acting began "like every little kid's dream," to be famous and to be seen up on the big, silver screen. Her desire to become a well-rounded actress led her to voice lessons at an early age. Those lessons blossomed in Staley a new love. Since those childhood dreams, Staley has matured into a seasoned performer with a great knowledge for the business. She has agents in Dallas and Austin, and her acting coach did the casting for 'Varsity- Blues. ' She has done print modeling for Arizona Jeans. Staley says lives each day by a strict, hour-by-hour schedule that demands a lot. While she admits chasing her passions is very difficult, she also feels that the sacrifices she makes for the business are well wort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

Sports The Rambler January 31, 2002 5 Mens basketball team could earn spot in national tournament Marc Nettles STAFF WRIT UK The mens basketball team has been a competitive force this season with head coach Terry Waldrop, assistant coaches Robert Allen and Brennen Shingleton and talented players. The Rams are 12-7, ranking them sec- ond in the nation. Despite being in a new league, the Rams have been climbing the ladder of the USCAA (United States Collegiate Athletic Association), which is comprised of over 60 teams from the NAIA, NCAA II and III and other divisions. Waldrop attributes some of this year's success to the chemistry that the team has developed. He said this year's team "seems to have really come together in a much more consistent way than last year's team could." Allen and Shingleton's hands-on approach in practice has been key in this year's success and player development. Several key players have been huge determinants in this year's season. The team leads the nation...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

6 The Rambler January 31, 2002 Odds 'n Ends Campus Comments What do you think should happen to John Walker Lindh, the American Taliban, if he is proven guilty of the crimes he is charged with? Ashley Bell Freshman MIS "If he is proven 100 percent guilty they should execute, because [it] is a major offense." Andrew Cornell Freshman Computer science "I think he should be tried and punished according to the laws. Doug Spellman Circulation Assistant West Libary "We should let the legal system determine his guilt or innocence, that way ... he is held account- able for his actions." Jesse Guase Sophomore Theater "I have heard a little about this guy and he should be burned at the stake." Melissa Taegal Sophomore Psychology "The death penalty if he is guilty." Matt Nelson Adjunct Faculty Biology "He should have his citizenship revoked, because he has decided to become one of the Taliban, so he should be treated the same as all of the others we've captured." Photos by Dusty Wrighl Out on a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, bul only in Arlington, Fort Worth, and elsewhere in Tarrant County. -No promises as to results. --Any fine and any court costs are not included in fee for legal representation James R. Mallory Attorney at Law .1024 Sandage Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76109-1793 (817)924-3236 Do you have something to say to las? Of course, you dot" : Send betters to the ^ editor tind let us know vi/Kat you're thinking. ijS&" twurambler@yahoo.com The Rambler CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INSERTION ORDER Address:. Date: Phone:. City/Slate/Zip:. AI) RUN I)ATE(S): (The Rambler comes out on every Thursday, except Mar, 21 & 28: last dale May 2) I column X 1 inch $6.00 per issue Total: S. (maximum 40 words per column inch) PAYMENT: Cash Check ft (make checks p.iyoblc to The Rambler Attach your ad information and money to this form and bring it to The Rambler office in the Modular Building. Room 104. If you have any questions, call (817) 531-7552 or (817) 531-7582 DEADLINE: Noon. Friday be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 January 2002

8 The Rambler January 31, 2002 Entertainment Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR Despite heavy traffic and road con- struction surrounding Reunion Arena (as well as my best friend's proclivity for mak- ing a late entrance to every concert) we arrived at the Jan. 25 Creed concert at the perfect time. Tantric, relative newcomers to the alternative rock arena, was already on stage by the time we found our way to our seats. The group consists of Jessi Vest (bassist), Todd Whitner (guitarist) and Matt Taul (drummer) who were all former- ly with the band Days of the New. With new singer Hugo Ferreira, the band is receiving a lot of radio airplay. Their performance of "Breakdown" and "Astounded" contained moments of rock and roll brilliance. Unfortunately, Ferreira doesn't seem to have the strength of voice to carry a venue as large as Reunion Arena for as long as the band was on stage. They were never bad. Flowever, their performance often bordered on mediocre and easily slipped into louder than usua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

Were you caught playing in the snow? Page 4 Wesleyan golf team is ranked 7th in nation. Page 5 The hXM>> l/tfh.Si r uv- 'mi nm & February 7, 2002 Fort Worth. Texas Vol. 87. No. 2 News Briefs Spring Graduation The last day to petition for May graduation is Friday. Feb. 15. Seniors who wish to take part in the May ceremony should fill out a yellow applica- tion card as soon as possible. Anyone who misses the application deadline must con- tact the registration office no later than March I for consider- ation. NCAA Scholarship The Fthnic Minority and Women's Enhancement Postgraduate Scholarship dead- line is Feb. 15. This is a $6,000 scholarship for students attend- ing their initial graduate studies in an athletics administration field. For applications, contact Amy Burk at aburk@ncad.orii or go to www.ncaa.org and the education/outreach section to print an application. Black History Month The African American Student Union is sponsoring a month-long series of events to cele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

2 The Rambler February 7, 2002 News President Jeff coat takes on role of professor Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR President Harold G. Jeffcoat is serving a dual role at Wesleyan this semester. In addition to his admin- istrative duties, he is the professor of a graduate education course— EDU 6302 Philosophical Foundations in Education. "I hold two academic appoint- ments at Wesleyan, professor of European Union law and professor of humanities. While university presidents are not expected to teach, 1 believe it's important for the university and me personally to remain engaged with the academy," said Jeffcoat. "I've agreed to teach the phi- losophy of education course, which I treat as a seminar." During the fall 2002 semester, Jeffcoat is scheduled to teach an introduction to philosophy course. "It is my hope that in both [classes] I may expand and sharpen student thinking about education and to stretch the minds of under- graduates to consider approaching significant issues from a philoso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

Opinions The Rambler February 7, 2002 3 Textbook prices stir emotions Bill Barnes I know most college students are like myself: Always short on cash and also the first to get to the bookstore after the last used book for class is sold. The cost for college textbooks has reached mythical pro- portions with most cost- ing $50 to $ I (K) each. It is inevitable that I will be forced to "max out" the credit card and possibly even refinance my car to pay for the next trip to the book- store. This semester I hit the store early intending to buy two books that I needed before the used selection was gone rather than suffer the costs of buying new ones on next week's check. When I located the books I need- ed, the used ones were already sold, I ran a quick mental total on new texts and came up with $164. My first impulse was to throw them in Boston Harbor and start a rev- olution. The second was to call Gov. Perry, every politician and newspaper I could locate and demand an investiga- tion on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

4 The Rambler February 7, 2002 Campus Life Photo by Dusty Wright Above: James McGarrigle, Pedro Castro, Chelesea Rhodes and Saseha Sciandra build a snow-woman and snowdog (below at right) Tuesday night in front of Stella Russell Hall. Right: A lone snowman easts a watchful eye over the mall. Below: A snowman shows its school spirit while chatting on a payphone outside of Stella. k k Photo by Jose Valde/ Shown clockwise from upper left, Casey McMahen,Will Parker, Andrew Cornell, Spencer Conco, Igor Adou, Erich Hoff and Keron Jackson sport togas and pose with their new snowy friend outside of Stella after midnight on Tuesday. Photo by Dusty Wright The Week Ahead On Campus: \2 Hxliibition: Jucrgen Strunck. Lecture, Last Room Gallery, LJW Library, 5 p.m. "Homecoming Pep Rally. Sid Richardson, free period On Campus: *Black History Month Movie Night. SLT. 6 p.m. *x2 Exhibition: Juergen Strunck. East Room C LJW Library OfT Campus: * Romeo, Jubliec Theatre. 506 St., 8:15 p.m. On Campus: 'Ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

Sports The Rambler February 7, 2002 5 Athletic Events Women's Basketball Feb 7 Southwestern Asseinblv Home 5:30 p.m. Feb 9 National Christian Home 5:30 p.m. Feb 16 National Christian Away 5:30 p.m. Feb 21 University of Dallas Away 7:30 p.m. Men's Basketball Feb 7 Southwestern Assembly Home 7:30 p.m. Feb 9 National Christian Home 7:30 p.m. Feb 11 Howard Payne Away 7:30 p.m. Feb 16 National Christian Away 7:30 p.m. Feb 18 LeTourneau Away 7:30 p.m. Baseball Feb 9 Mary Hardin-Baylor Away I p.m. Feb 13 University of Dallas Away 1 p.m. Feb 16 Mary Hardin-Baylor Home 1 p.m. Feb 19 St. Gregory's Home noon Feb 23 Trinity University Home noon Tennis teams serve up a new season Cleophus Young STAFF WRITER Couch Diego Benitez, a graduate of Texas Wesleyan and a tennis player, had his hands full this season as the head coach of two tennis teams. The men's team consists of six men. However, nine are needed, and he hopes to he able to fill all nine spots. The team will play in the American South C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

6 The Rambler February 7, 2002 Odds 'n Ends Campus Comments What do you think students should do to raise school spirit? Desiree Kniker Psychology Freshman "School spirit would improve if more people would come out to support the teams and help cheer them on." Will Parker Sports Medicine Junior "If we could encourage more stu- dents to live on campus and attend more events, that could raise school spirit." Erich Hoff Art Freshman "I think getting more and better advertising for the events and having more events would pro- mote more spirit." Peter Phaiah Dean of students "To gain more spirit find tradi- tions and build upon them. If you don't have traditions, create them. Marvin Blue Psychology Sophomore "Better communcation so that more people can find out about events. That way we could get new faces coming to the events instead of the same old people. Charity Jenkins Business Freshman "Paying students to organize functions would motivate them and allow events to be a bit more elab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

Entertainment The Rambler February 7, 2002 7 Endochine shines Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Austin based group Endochine is "movin" on up to the eastside" with their recent CD release "i." This is no surprise to the locals in Aur.tin who have been listening to Endochine perform in numerous venues for the past year. Endochine is a four-person alternative rock group whose sound has been described as "like standing at the crossroads of where Radiohead met The Beatles - - on their way to a Nirvana Concert." As with any group, Endochine is a product of collec- tive rock and roll experiences. Other recognizable influ- ences include Led Zeppelin, the melodic guitar and driving beat of the Foo Fighters, and a bit of TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, but only in Arlington, Port Worth, and elsewhere in Tarrant County. No promises as to results. Any fine and any court costs are not included in Ice for legal represent a tion. James R. Mallorv the Bends. How can one catego- rize Endochine into th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 February 2002

8 The Rambler February 7, 2002 Entertainment Collateral Damage revised for release Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR After many alterations to the film, Collateral Damage will open Friday, Feb. 8. The film was originally set to be released Oct. 5. However, due to content and the likeness to the events of September 11. the film put off its release date. Since Sept. 11, filmmakers had been working to edit the con- tent with considerations to a grieving nation. Are viewers ready for action films that revolve around terror- ism? Are veiwers looking for an action hero against terrorism? We will just have to wait for the box office ratings to come in to tell. Currently there are mixed reviews about this controversial film. If you like Arnold Schwarzenegger and his standard action flicks, then you will like this film. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays Gordon Brewer, a family man and Los Angeles firefighter. Gordon Brewer lives the happy life with a wife and son until his world is turned upsid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

TEXAS WFSLEYAN FtB 1 4 2002 LIBRARY What do you most want for Valentine's Day? See Campus Comments. Page 5 Rambler February 14, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87. No. 3 News Briefs Spring Graduation The last day to petition for May graduation is Friday. Feb. 15. Seniors who wish to take part in the May ceremony should fill out a yellow applica- tion card as soon as possible. Anyone who misses the application deadline must con- tact the registration office no later than March 1 for consider- ation. Black History Month The African American Student Union is sponsoring a month-long series of events to celebrate Black History Month. Thursday, Feb. 14, Bob Ray Sanders, columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, will speak in the Quad during free period. Channel 5 will be on-site. On Friday, Feb. 15, there will be a talent show in the Quad from 7-10 p.m. done "Apollo Style" with a cash prizes. On Tuesday, Feb. 19, Cedric Adams will deliver the service during Chapel in the board room from 10:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

2 The Rambler February 14, 2002 News Internet buyers beware! 'All natural' doesn't mean all good Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR An alarming number of companies advertising on television, radio and espe- cially the Internet, are selling products they call "safe, all natural and non-addictive." These products never refer to themselves as "drugs." Instead they use terms such as "solution," "alternative" or "remedy." They claim to magically shed fat, increase sexual potency or elimi- nate depression. But do they work? And who said they are safe? According to Dr. Michael Ellison, whose credentials include a Ph.D. in psychology and more than 30 years of experience in research, teaching, clinical practice and chemical dependency coun- seling. the practice of self-diagnosis and self-medicating is "fraught with hazards." "There are always persons who are looking for a change of consciousness," he said. "But with many of these products, you don't know what you are getting. Their advertisements often...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

Opinions The Rambler February 14, 2002 3 WKV'UHIV 5=5 THIS K 90 MRW TOTTER AND I* SO IflRD OF TOE R1N69. Athletics influences school spirit Donna Haney Students at Wesleyan complain about the lack of school spirit. Administration worries about ways to improve student attrition Currently, both are faced with at least one "quick-fix" solution that might work wonders. IF somebody is will ing to step up to the line and not drop the ball. Many of you may not know that the men's basketball team is cur- rently second in its con- ________ ference. No small feat when you consider that before the season began, head coach Terry Waldrop said the move from NCAA Division II to Division III "devastated" his team. In a few weeks, the team will be going to Detroit to play in the national United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) finals. This is an accomplishment worth celebrating and could quite possibly be the spark capable of lighting our Wesleyan flame in practice, not just in logo. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

4 The Rambler February 14, 2002 Campus Life Are you being walked all over? Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR Valentine's Day surrounds you and you cai your year feet ed hi unfatfHpy understanding unw^vejtfngly supportive. Yob never criticized his slop- pinemkr moodiness or even his occasi&iial tendency to stretch the truth juSt u little bit. On"? the "Good Girlfriend Scale" ofi-jLO. you have surely earned a 12. This year, he'll not only give you the card most drip- ping with sentimentality, but he'll probably give rosei|and candy too. After all, he loves you. Are you sure of that? As you travel o^Hj Relationship Road, how can you tell when you have crossed that mile wide line that begins as Good Girlfriend and ends with you in the starring role of Doormat? Sometimes, it can be diffi- cult. But there are a few sure jjend offer to throw llftwLpf the washing ne because you are doing anyway. You have doormat' written all over you if you are ironing his best pants so he can take another girl o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

Odds 'n Ends The Rambler February 14, 2002 5 Campus Comments What do you want most for Valentine's Day? Brian Michael Theater Freshman "What I really want for Valentine's Day is a girlfriend." Anna Saucedo Biology Sophomore "What I want is a 5 foot teddy bear and 100 roses." Kalu Nwoke Criminal Justice Sopomore "The thing I want for Valentine's Day is nothing." Beatrice High Accounting Sophomore "I want a 6-foot 2-inch dark chocolate male with a nice mus- cular body." Brian Duke Exercise and sports studies Freshman 'Those little candy hearts with the words on them; you know what I'm talking about." Trina Gonzales Business Psychology Sophomore "A hug would be enough for me." Photos by Dusty Wright Out on a Limb by tiary Kopervas IUU&M. RSTPOORKI, BOOTLEG. ANTiH^Ti^iHE. BO&US VCF6W. ApotAATUEPAPV fPotXCTS...W£'PE ati the; ftovE ^O/S, anc tJo&opy's cSotosiA G6T in evP- i*JAV. t MOtsI MoeoOV'f Tony StsPKAI^OSe /\NE> 1HE um-e KrJowr* ow*e SKIHC./UA COSA nostril." 4 b is S ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

6 The Rambler February 14, 2002 Sports Rams men's basketball team seals two victories at home Photo by Dusty Wright Terry Waldrop SPECIAL TO THE RAMBLER The Rams opened the homecoming and senior night game in sluggish fashion after an emotional come-from-behind victory over Southwestern Assembly University on Thursday night. The Rams trailed National Christian by three at the break; however they outscored the Eagles 18-0 during a four minute span in the second half that sealed the 75-56 victory. The team was led in scoring by Aaron Whaley who had 19 points, Chad Crenshaw added 18 points, and Shawn Ashworth chipped in with 14 points and 6 rebounds. Guard Ronald Brennen came off the bench to electify the crowd with three spec- tatular dunks and two blocked shots that helped fuel the Ram rally. On Feb. 11, Wesleyan overcame just about every type of adversity possible and came away with an 84-81 victory over Howard Payne University at the Brownwood Coliseum. The Rams lost leading scorer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 2002

Sports The Rambler February 14, 2002 7 Wesleyan sports news in brief Cleophus Young STAFF WRITER Baseball: Wesleyan baseball started the season with a victory over Howard Payne University on Feb. 8, by a score of 3 to I. Andy Hughes, starting pitch- er for Wesleyan, played nine innings, only threw 86 pitches in the win, and gave up just two hits. As for the rest of the team, they played great defense in helping to seal the win. The top four players, Tyler Kavathiem, Eric Casillas, Arron Willis and Jeremy Dutton all got two hits apiece in the game. The team traveled to the University of Mary Hardin- Baylor on Feb. 9, where luck ran Better Golf Nicklaus out as the team lost. Several pitchers were used for this game; however, it was not enough to get the victory. Nine runs were scored against Wesleyan and 11 batters walked. In the second game of the double header Wesleyan did come to play, only to lose a close game in extra innings, 3-2. This Saturday, Wesleyan plays another double hea...

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