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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

2 Viewpoint l.ms Cowboy Logic (A Student Forum on Matters That Affect Us All) The issue of illegal immigrants has been at the top of the news recently due in part to the California leg- islature's highly controversial Proposition 187 which would end benefits such as public education for ille- gal immigrants. Do you think public education should be available to illegal immigrants? Why? I feel for both sides. I . i i i I don't feel that I can say think everyone should receive an education but I don't think we should have to pay for it with our money. They should earn it because they are here through the proper chan- nels-not illegally. -Tricia Thompson sophcrr.crc I am easily persuaded one way or the other. I could argue both sides but I am not sure where I would stand personally. -StaccyTindcll sophomore I don't think that the chil- dren of illegal immigrants should be able to benefit from the same benefits that citizens new or old had to earn. -Michael Ezell junior Everyone has the ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

The Brand February 23 1995 Viewpoint 3 Leadership Matrix: The Paralysis of Leaders (Part 1) In this article I will explain why most leaders never lead and how they end up in paraly- sis. First in his book Future Edge Joel Barker bluntly defines who is a leader. Simply "a leader is a person who takes you to a place you would never go to by yourself." With this said it is clear that most so- called leaders on the HSU cam- pus cannot use this tide and instead be referred to as man- agers since they manage what already exists. The 21st century is upon us and there is a need not for man- agers but for true leadership. I am convinced that most people are completely unaware that they are not leaders and continue to perform and think as if they were. In writing this article my intent is not to disappoint or dis- courage but to clarify and define specific pitfalls that trap and transform leaders into man- agers. In truth I hope to empower and mobilize others to follow their hearts and lead t...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

4 Features The Brand February 23 1995 hF" No Fear Here by Brian Bessent For God has not given us a Spirit of fear but of power and of Jove and of a sound mind. II Timothy 1:7 I feel that so often we feel that wis arc compelled to justify our faith in Christ because others might not accept it if we were to tell them that we-just believe. Paul was not ashamed because his message was the Gospel of Christ the Good News. It was a message of salva- tion. It had life-changing power and it was for everyone. The Fellowship of the Unashamed I am a pan of the Fellowship of the Unashamed. I have the Holy Spirit Power. The die has been cast. I have stepped over the line. The decision has been made. I am a disciple of Jesus Christ. I won't look back let up slow down back away or be still. My past is redeemed my present makes sense and my future is secure. I am finished and done with low living sight-walking small planning smooth knees colorless dreams tame visions mundane talking chintzy giving a...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

The Brand February 23 1995 Features 5 $ $ $ FINANCIAL AID NOTES $ $ $ by Fn Skwtge $$$ Renewal - 199596 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Renewal applica- tions were mailed to returning student's home addresses. As soon as income tax return infor- mation is available complete and mail your renewal application to the federal processor. Acurate applications process quickly at the federal processor. Errors cause delays and may cause you to miss TEG and SEOG funding as those allocations are limited and are awarded flrst-come-first-serve. Your Student Aid Report (SAR) will be mailed to you from the federal processor about four weeks after mailing the FAFSA. Sign the SAR and turn in all pages to the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible. Your finan- cial aid file will be considered complete and ready for packag- ing when your SAR and the "Hardin-Simmons University Application for Financial Aid" have been received. These forms are available now in the Financial Aid Offic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

The Brand February 23 1995 6 Arts & Entertainment HSU Hosts UIL One Act Play Festival by Kristin Hawkins Look what's coming to the Hardin-Simmons campus! To help prepare local high schoolers for the University Interscholastic League One Act Play competi- tion Dr. Ivy and the HSU Theatre Departments has invited ten schools to come to Van Ellis Theatre. High schools such as Post Trent and Rule are expected to attend the critique session which will be held Saturday March 4 from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. This will be the first time the Hardin- Simmons Theatre Department has hosted a UIL Festival. The festival will be a tool to help the students improve on the 40 minute One Act's they are preparing for competition. Many people involved with the Theatre Department will be on hand to help with instruction. Answers to Last Week's Crossword Puzzle Hardin-Simmons will also be hosting some of the UIL contests later in the Spring. On March 24 and 25 the 3A Division One Act event will take place o...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

The Brand February 23 1995 Sports 7 This is an ugly editorial. It is a mean nasty very ugly editorial. In fact this is probably the meanest nasti- est and ugliest editorial I will ever write. It should not have to be this way. I like writing good-natured happy editorials that fill folks with cheer and joy. Even so I am upset and I think that I have sat on my hands too long. The focus of my ire is directed at most of the student body and faculty members; the subject is school spirit (or the lack thereof). To illustrate the point I am trying to make I will cite a couple of very differ- ent but associated examples one from another university and one from Hardin- Simmons University. Picture in your mind if you will Cameron Indoor Stadium on the Duke University Campus. This is the home court of the Duke University basketball pro- gram. Continue picturing 10000 basketball-crazed spectators (about 75 percent of whom are students) screaming and cheer- ing vehemently for their beloved Blue D...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 February 1995

The Brand February 23 1995 8 Sports ATTENTION: Both of the HSU baske- ball games scheduled for Tuesday Feb. 28 have been moved to Monday Feb. 27. The Cowgirls tip-off at 5:30 p.m. and the Cowboys fol- low at 7:30 p.m. TIAA BASKETBALL MEN Cosfertace Season Howard Payne 7 1 10 12 McMuiry 6 2 16 6 Univ. of Dallas 4 4 13 10 Hardin-Simmons 3 5 14 9 Austin College 2 6 2 19 Sul Ross State 17 6 16 WOMEN Conference Season Howard Payne 7 1 13 10 Hardin-Simmons 6 2 15 8 Sul Ross State 6 2 6 16 Univ. of Dallas 3 5 6 16 Austin College 2 6 3 16 McMurry 0 8 4 14 -includes forfeit win over Texas College. TUESDAY'S RESULTS Hardin-Simmons 72 University of Dallas 68 MEN DALLAS (68) Cocca 6-14 4-8 19 Barajas 0-3 0-0 0 Outer M M 2. Meduna 2-4 0- 0 5. Bone 8-13 1-1 20. Crcegcr 6-9 1-3 13. Johnson 4-9 0-2 8. ToUli 27-53 6-14 68. HARDIN-SIMMONS (72) - Daren Scott 0-00-00. Erick Nkkoli 0-0 2-2 2. Jton Watts 0- 0 2-4 2 Ryan lindsey 5-12 2-4 16. Clay Cody 1- 5 0-42 Chrii Sumrall 11-14 3-5 25 GreM Ruflin 10-19...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

TL. D t HARDEN'SIMMONS UNIVERSITY TurfHT HHnH fjl x. M 1 "I Ml AL-r March 3 1995 Abilene Texas Vol. 82 No. 16 Welcome to Spring Round-Up 1995 Hardin-Simmons welcomes prospective students and their families to Round-Up this Friday and Saturday. Ya'H come back now ya' hear! Student Congress Retreats to Plan Strategies Set Goals for Future by Elizabeth Wagner student congress liaison The newly elected Student Congress held a retreat on Saturday Feb. 18 to establish goals and plans for the upcoming year as well as being encouraged by Abilene City Manager Mr. Lanny Lambert. See related story on page three- Congressional Minutes Goal setting for Congress as a whole and personal goals were named. Committee assignments were made and each committee met together to plan and organize projects for the year. A vision statement of the goals set by Congress was derived. It reads as follows: S QmM 6) 1 Cowboy Logic 2 Congressional Minutes 3 Tuition Increases 4 Gospel Festival 5 HSU Tennis 6 Cowgirl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

2 Viewpoint 2f IW Cowboy Logic j (A Stu lent Forum on Matters That Affect Us All) The Texas Senate is currently considering a bill that would ban smoking in the state capitol building as -well as other state owned buildings and vehicles. Do smoking ban laws such as this infringe on the rights of individual citizens to do as they please or are they neccessary to protect the health and safety of the pop- ulation as a whole? I don't think these laws infringe on the rights of individuals. I enjoy smoke-free environments. I feel my rights are infringed upon when someone is smoking around me. -Vickie Copcland senior Second-hand smoke has been proven to cause can- cer so why shouldn't the state be able to protect those who do not smoke. If someone wants to smoke that's great but they shouldn't be allowed to harm anyone else. -Joel Hare sophomore I don't personally support smoking and the statejhas the right to end smoking in their buildings; howev- er if our government is going to allow th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

The Brand March 3 1995 Features 3 No Fear Here Student Congress in a desire to increase student awareness of Congress activities will be bringing to the students this col- umn each week. Student Congress unani- mously voted to present a peti- tion to Dr. Turner Vice Prcsdicnt of Academic affairs from con- cerned students of the HSU school of business regarding the dismissal of Drs. Paul and Jeannette Eberle. Angie Boliver Academics Chairman attained from Dr. Turner university poli- cies for hiring firing and granti- ng and denying tenure. Angie also reported that due to the resolution sent to Dr. Turner last semester the library hours will be extended by the end of the semester. The graduation Beth Smith Guest Columnist ceremony will be held in Behren's Chapel in May with two separate ceremonies for graduate and undergraduate stu- dents. Congress voted on nominees for the Board of Associate's was and The Brand Boh 16175 Rbllene.TH 79698 (915)671-1438 Editor Laura Home AssfetMt Edito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

4 Features The Brand March 3 1995 Two Professors Granted Tenure Seven Given Promotions Two Hardin-Simmons University faculty members were granted tenure and seven others received rank promotions in action taken by the Board of Trustees on Friday. Trustees approved tenure for Dr. Lynn Gillette dean of the HSU school of business and Dr. Teresia Taylor foreign languages and an assistant professor of Spanish and English. Promotions were approved for Ms. Frances Renfroe mathe- matics to assistant professor; Dr. Dan McAlexander music to associate professor Dr. Sylvia McClain music to associate pro- fessor Ms. Carolyn McClellan library to associate professor; Dr. Warren Simpson physical educa- tion to associate professor; Dr. Mary Evelyn Collins communi- cation to professor; and Mrs. Alice Specht library to profes- sor. Both Dr. Lanny Hall presi- dent Dr. Craig Turner vice pres- ident for academic affairs endorsed recommendations from the Faculty Development Rank and Tenure committee for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

The Brmnd March 3 1995 Features 5 Student Congress (Continued from pg 3) Fraternity Hosts Forum (Continued from pg 1) Another change Gillette dis- the University of Richmond an inferiority complex among cussed was the recent implcmen- "Both these men are phenom- some students and faculty mem- tation of an internship program enal and I know they will be an bers and it is unnecessary for Internships will be offered in the extreme asset to our school" anyone to feel that way" Gillette Gillette said. said. "It is a bunch of bunk to Gillette guaranteed that the think that we can't get good pro- school of business will grow and fessors and offer a good educa- prosper. He said he desires for don to our students." the National Business Assoc- Students attending the forum iation program to have a stronger were impressed with Gillette's international focus and he wants willingness to answer questions. fall spring and summer semes- ters and will count for three or six hours of academic credit....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

6 SpOrtS March? 199S Cowboys Sweep Lobos to Open TIAA Season HSU winning streak improves to seven By Trenton HUbum The Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity Cowboys used a myriad of ways to win last weekend against Sul Ross State Univer- sity. In the first game Ryan Jen- kins' twolout single in the sixth inning ga4e the Cowboys a come from behind win over the Lobos. Sul ?Ffoss took a 5-4 lead going inter the bottom of the sixth inning bfrore Reed Berkley hit a double. Courtesy runner Javier Solis capitalized on the Berkley double byfscoring on a Sul Ross ball fourywild pitch to Deric Neal. " Neal advanced to secomLon the play at the plate to set up Jenkin's game winning hit After the Cowboys took an early 1-0 lead in the second inning Sul Ross countered in the third when Keith Knigge belted a two-run homer off of Gabe Bender. In the bottom of the inning Joe Scarzone and Toby Martinez both connected with solo home runs to give HSU a 4-3 lead. Berkley was 3 of 4 in the first game and 5 of 10 ag...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

The Brand March 3 1995 Sports 7 Cowboys Come From Behind to Win Season Finale by Josh Bowerman The Haidin-Simmons University men's basketball team closed out an up-and-down season here Monday night with a thrilling victory over Austin College. The Cowboy's withstood an early 15- 2 run by the Kangaroos to come from behind and defeat the Kangaroos 70-68. Austin College missed a last-chance 3-pointer at the buzzer to win the game for the Kangaroos. Hardin-Simmons was paced by a pair of seniors playing in their last collegiate ballgame. Co-captains Chris Sumrall of Lubbock Monterey and Sweetwater's Gregg Ruffin pumped in 17 and 16 points respectively. They were joined in double digits by sophomore guard Ryan Lindsey who added 13 points. Sumrall also led the team with seven rebounds. The victory gave HSU coach Dennis Harp 101 career wins and ended the Cowboy's season at 15-10. For the year Sumrall averaged 9.9 points a team-leading 201 rebounds (8.0 per game) and 21 steals. Ruffin finish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1995

The RfihJ The Brand 8 SportS March 3 1995 Cowgirls keep on rollin' n a.. TIAA BASKETBALL MEN Cofifereace Scasoa Howard Payne 9 1 12 12 McMurry 8 2 18 6 Univ. of Dallas 6 4 13 10 Hardla-SbBHOBS 4 6 15 10 Austin College 2 8 3 21 Sul Ross State 19 6 18 WOMEN Coafereace Scasoa x-HardJa-ShaBiOBS 8 2 18 8 x-Ho ward Payne 8 2 14 11 x-Sul Rose State 8 2 8 17 Univ. of Dallas 4 6 7 18 Austin College 2 8 3 21 McMurry 0 10 4 17 x-HSU HPU and SRSU finished in a three-way tie for first place. HSU defeated SRSU in a one-game playoff in Big Spring Tuesday. -includes forfeit win over Texas College. MONDAY'S RESULTS Hardin-Simmons 70 Austin College 68 MEN AUSTIN COLLEGE (68) Strickland 3-4 3-4 9 Mark Kellog 1-2 0- 0 2 Reecer 0-3 1-2 1 Thome 8-12 5-6 21 Tarpley 5-10 0-0 12 Wallls 4-7 9-9 17 Roberts 3-5 0-3 6. Totals 24-43 18- 2468. HARDIN-SIMMONS (70) Darbn Scott 3-8 2-3 8 Jason Watts 1-1 0-2 2 Ryan Undsey 4-7 2-5 13 Clay Cody 3-7 0-0 7 Chris Sumrall 7-13 3-6 17. Chris Wilkins 3-6 1-2 7 Grogg Ruff in ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 March 1995

HARDIN'SIMMONS U N Tn f March 9 1995 Abilene Texas Vol. 82 No. 17 What a Whoppertunity i f Renovated Snack Bar Area Opens Dr. Hall Serves First Whopper to Student Body President Hardin-Simmons University President Dr. Lanny Hall and Student Body President Chuck Anderson crowned each other For more pictures from the snack bar opening seepage 5 with Burger King crowns last Thursday March 2 at the open- ing of the new snack bar area. Dr. Hall addressed students at the grand opening heralding it as just one of the many exciting changes being made on campus. Dr. Hall then received the first Whopper that was sent down the Buger King's chute and present- ed it to Anderson. Anderson was the first HSU student to eat a Whopper from the Burger King Express. The renovated snack bar is a part of HSU's Centennial Campaign and includes DC Subs Itza Pizza Burger King and Colombia Yogurt The snack bar is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays. "W M!H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 March 1995

2 Viewpoint J- i K p HBH R P B ito in m JHHH gj fir fllH "" F " " r a "" "iH " """" taijsr " "" H II U MM ' H IIMIIMUIMWIWWIWBMlClweo Jfotfcw B3&BXB& for the wedding reception and Honeymoon don 't forget to P!JE!PSVX!for tie rest of your uje. . . family psychology center 670-1531 Editor Asristaat Editor Advertfefeg Manager Sports Edker As. Sports Editor Office Maaager Staff Writers The Brand Iok 16175 Mllene.TX 79693 (91 5)671-143t 'M- Adviser Laura Home Andrew Boss Josh Bowerrnan Trenten Hilbum Jennifer Jordan Julia Alked Jana Broughton Kirnberiy Cbmutt Joy Evans Chris Portalarin Ryan Shelton Ryan Valentine Randy Armstrong The Brand is a non-profit canpus newspaper published Thursdays dating the loag term except for holidays examination periods and other pre- announced dates. The Brand welcomes letters to the editor and guest columns. Editorials and columns should contain the author's same classification and tele phone number. They should be typed and received lose week pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 March 1995

The Brand March 9 1995 Features 3 Secondary Instructional Strategies Give Students Exposure to Technology Micro Teaching gories relating to student perfor- dents who have received training mance. These categories arc evi- with these methods when made a dence of planning teaching per- requirement of the instructional by Dr. Jack Longbotham Professor of Education Junior and senior students at Hardin-Simmons University who have secondary and all level contact with a simulated class and obtains a realistic first encounter with students as a group as well as being center- stage. It can be likened to a beginning musician who is giv- majors in the teacher education ing their first recital. The student formance and professional strategies course. A final and appearance. perhaps equally important to the A comparative study of stu- student is that approximately dent performance in student ninety-five percent of students program have been involved for has their copy of the video tape teaching ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 9 March 1995

. A The Brand 4 Features Mrck9tm5 1 m Standing Firm by Andrtw Boss Family Psychology Center Offers Children of Divorce Program Media Relations Release Hardin-Simmons University's Family Psychology Center will be offering a Children of Divorce program to begin Thursday March 23 and run through April 27. The six weekly meetings will be held every Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.tn. The program is designed to help children and their parents deal with the changes and stresses brought on by divorce. Participation by both children and parents should lead to a better understanding and increased ability to cope with the emotional and psychological apsects of the process. The program is designed to assess the specific needs of each child who is required to be in grades one through five Additionally a week- ly parent support group will be held to aid in parents' understanding of their children's behavior and to help deal with the children. The divorce must be final. The emphasis will be on developi...

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