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

4 The Rambler March 7, 2002 Sports Lady Rams tally two wins against Quincy University Marc Nettles SPORTS EDITOR The Lady Rams' Softball team successfully sent Quincy University packing all the way back to Illinois on March 4. With a well-oiled team flow and uncanny squad chemistry, the Lady Rams proved their togetherness even before the game in warm-ups led vocally by the outgo- ing starting center field- er, Rachael Bachelder. These women only want one thing when it's time to play ball, and that is put- ting another 'W' in the win column. They accomplished this twice on Monday against a team with much more numbers in the dugout. Cindy Obsivac started game one on the mound for the Lady Rams and looked good in the early going striking out the first Lady Hawk to step up. After a little trouble in the first, Bachelder mowed down a possible run at the plate from center to bring the Lady Rams up to the plate. Wesleyan came out with much more energy and hustle than the Quincy girls. That...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 March 2002

Odds 'n Ends The Rambler March 7, 2002 5 Campus Comments What issues should Wesleyan address in order to improve the institution? Sascha Seiandra Freshman Math "The food isn't adequate. If we stay with this company next year I'm boycotting it. I can make bet- ter food with $1,200 a semester. Lisa DeVries Freshman English "Maintenance of the dorms is unsatisfactory, like when your heater goes out while it was 20 degrees outside." Jozef Bobula Sophomore Music "The roads surrounding the cam- pus, parking and clocks." Jane Derbyshire Sophomore International business "The food in the cafeteria is awful. It is extortionate to expect students to pay $1200 for the food that is served." Cedric C. Adams MBA student Resident Director "Residence hall renovations and major improvements in food service are absolutely crucial to the development of Wesleyan." Richard Eldredge Coordinator of Residential Life "We need to increase the number of students living on campus to at least 500. Doing so would...

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

6 The Rambler March 7, 2002 Campus Life hkis Barnes CONTRIBUTING WRITER With Spring Break fast approaching across the nation many students will be traveling abroad. As thousands of young and excited high school, and college students make a run for the border or air- port, they should keep one thing in mind—safety Amid the fun and sun on the beaches of othety contries are laws that must be obeyed^,— Just as in America, countries across the vyorld have strict rules that may seem slack or even non- existent, but must be followed with the utmost care. Here are some quick reminders that may saw your tail in more Ways than one. Bg StTrc to check out the local customs in the area wlu|e you plan to travel. Always be aware of the lpclition of the local U.S. Embassy and make copies your passport and place them in various pockets and bags for easy identification. Be intelligent when selecting a vacation spot instead of choosing a death wish: avoid Afghanistan, West Bank, Columbia, etc. And fin...

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

Campus Life The Rambler March 7, 2002 7 Generous benefactor helps students fulfill college goals Nika Maples STAFF WRITER I am a recipient of the Mary I. Gourley Scholarship, along with 11 other very grateful Wesleyan students. Who is Mary I. Gourley? Determined to find out. I requested an interview with the Mary I. Gourley Foundation's secre- tary, Beverly W. Coon. Gourley, Coon said, was a single par- ent of two. Gourley had never received a formal education because of the financial hardship of providing for her family. She insisted that if it were up to her, single parents and persons in other chal- lenging circumstances would receive that extra boost that would enable them to complete their college education and merit a higher-paying job. She saw to that before she died Along with an anonymous benefactor, Gourley established the M.I.G. Scholarship Foundation in 1988. It cur- rently serves 92 financially challenged stu- dents at six institutions in Fort Worth Since its inception,...

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

8 The Rambler March 7, 2002 Entertainment 'V Day' captivates audience Donna Haney NEWS EDITOR From the moment Jessica Roberts, Texas Wesieyan's V Day director, acknowledged her father as "the most vagina friendly man in the room," she became the cruise director of a great ship known as "The Vagina Monologues." Together with a standing-room-only group of friends and strangers, 1 set out on a voyage of discov- ery and empathy, understanding and self-actualization. The Obie award winning play, written by Eve Enseler. is a collection of memories, desires and observa- tions based on actual stories. In her introduction to "The Vagina Monologues," Ensler wrote, "As 1 traveled with the piece to city after city, country after country, hundreds of women waited after the show to talk to me about their lives. The play had somehow freed up their memories, pain and desire." In the very capable hands of senior theater arts major Jessica Roberts, 25 women of Wesleyan— students, facul- ty and staff—...

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

Z-7/7 {c 3y> The Rambler staff wishes everyone a safe and happy Spring Break. The TEXAS WESLEYAN 1 5 2002 March 14, 2002 News Briefs Spring Break There will be no classes March 1K-22 for Spring Break. University offices will be open. EJW library hours will be Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Writing Contest Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honor Society) invites you to submit your work for possible publi- cation in Wesleyan Magazine or for cash prizes. First prize, $50: Second prize, $25; Third prize, $10. Contest is open to all students and staff. For further information and a complete list of rules, contact Dr. Carl Smeller at SmellerC@txwes.edu or Callie Matthews at MatthewC@txwes.edu. Submit all entries to Dr. Carl Smeller, EJW 306 by April I. Wesleyan co-sponsors civil liberties forum Tarrant County League of Women Voters, the American Civil Liberties Union and Wesleyan Law School Chapters are cosponsoring a free forum entitled "How Anti- terrorist Laws and Regulations will affec...

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

2 The Rambler March 14. 2002 News Keeping artwork all in the family The artwork of the children and grandchildren of Weslevan's staff and faculty members is currently on dis- play in the newly renovated Ann Waggoner Hall. This is the fourth annual Texas Weslevan Children's Art Exhibit. Seminar, from page 1 Is is estimated thai in the U.S.. between 120.000 and 160.000 adult and adolescent females are living with HIV infection, includ- ing those ith AIDS According to the CDC. most women (approximately 40 percent' reported with AIDS were infected thr ugh heterosexual exp. sure to HIV Man;. HIV AIDS cases among women in the U S are initially reported without rUk gesting that women may be unaw are of CDC "Historically, more than two-thirds of AIDS case- among women ini- tially reported with- Boatner./rom page 1 My greatest succe, •> was the recruitment of 298 new fresh- men in 1997." aid fcoamer My second greatest [accomplish- ment) was when 1 personally recruited 42 percent of the fr...

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

Opinions The Rambler March 14, 2002 3 Campus upgrades can solve issues Bill Barne Age adds character to a university, but it also brings a variety of problems. Normally this is a matter of moderniz- ing equipment and general mainte- nance, but Wesleyan has three serious problems. The first one is easy to solve, but also requires a little cour- tesy from fellow stu- dents. The other two are slightly more difficult and require Wesleyan's assistance. Handicap parking has become a serious problem around the Ella C. McFadden Science Center and Armstrong- Mabee Business Center. I haven't seen any unau- thorized parking this ________ semester, but there still aren't enough handicap parking spaces for peak class periods. For students who aren't aware of Texas state law regarding parking per- mits. handicap stickers are issued by the state of Texas, not by a doctor sim- ply because a patient is a little uncom- fortable. However, even with a handicap permit Wesleyan's current parking situ- at...

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

4 The Rambler March 14, 2002 Campus Life Get involved in SGA; Let your voice make a difference Guest Columnist It's that time of the year again! Spring Break!! Hallelujah! However exciting Spring Break is, that's not the focus of this article. I'm talking about the upcoming Student Government Associations (SGA) elections. Now. I know that some of you didn't even know that you could run for those positions. And, at this point, some of you are asking, "What positions?" Well, that's what I'm about to address. So, whether you are or _ were interested in being a member of Student Government, now is the time to pur- sue it. For those who want to know what we are about. I present our mission statement: The mission of the SGA shall be to interact with the administration, faculty, staff, and students on behalf of the Student Body for the benefit of the students and student life on campus. Alpha Kappa Alpha tries to make its place on campus TaKisha Calloway CONTRIBUTING W HITER Alpha Kappa Al...

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

Odds 'n Ends The Rambler March 14, 2002 5 I Campus Comments What are your plans for Spring Break? Bob Deaton Professor Physics and geology "I'm going to do some reserach at an early man site in Rio Puerco." Shannon Listeharger Sophomore Sports medicine "I'd like to do something, but I'm the baseball trainer. They don't have a break so I don't either." Colleen Kennedy Sophomore Elementary education 'm going to San Antonio with three eirls for some fun." Bryan Voskuil Sophomore Sports management "I'm going to sit in my dorm room and try to grow a beard. Russell Clark Sophomore Christian education 'I'm not going to eat dolphins, that's for sure." Otto Bielss Freshman Undecided "I'm going back home to see all of my friends." Photos by Dusty Wright Got A Li£e by Terri Davis Ohhh, no Lynne, I am sooo excited for this girls' night out I've been feeling like a cooped-up old housewife you don t I m only am?Hi I Don t give me that ma am crap I'll have you know that I use night cream-- I do no...

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

6 The Rambler March 14, 2002 Sports Team chemistry is key to Lady Rams' softball team success Marc Nettles SPORTS EDITOR The Texas Wesleyan Lady Rams soft- ball team is currently on a 7-game winning streak. Behind the mind-power of new head coach David Barrientes, the Lady Rams are 11-3 as they approach the mid-way point of the season. Barrientes, a former baseball player at St. Edward's University, has been at Wesleyan since October 2001, and this is his first year coaching females. He previ- ously worked with baseball teams, includ- ing St. Edward's University where he was assistant coach. The chemistry between this team can- not be mentioned enough. Barrientes said that he wouldn't have it any other way because team chemistry is "a big part of the team's success so far." He said, "If someone gets down or has a bad game, there is always someone on the team who can pick that person up, not only on the field but mentally also." Another exceptional thing about this team is they only ...

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

Sports The Rambler March 14, 2002 7 Letters to the Editor Two recent articles on the men's basketball team in The Rambler contained inaccurate and misleading information. An earlier article stated that this year's team was the winningest team ever in the history of the institution. The 1982-83 team had a record of 25-6 The most recent article stated that this year's team had advanced farther than any other team. That same 1982-83 team advanced to the NAIA National Tournament and actually won their first game. This can be documented easily by examining the 1983 yearbook. If appropriate research had been conducted, it would have been revealed that the teams of the 1940s were a national powerhouse and were invited to play in select areas of the country. The accomplishments of prior TWU basketball players should be respected. The con- tributions of these individuals were significant then and are significant now. Inaccurate statements serve to deny them (members of for- mer teams) the re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 March 2002

8 The Rambler March 14. 2002 Entertainment Stars shine through Instructions John Webber STAFF WRITER Some people just can't get enough. Some may consider Jermaine Dupri a workaholic, but this super producer/rapper continues to lace his fans with quality music. Mainly known for his status as a pro- ducer, Dupri lays claim to stars ranging from Lil* How Wow to Da Brat. Dupri unleashes his lyrical talent once again on his second solo album Instructions, the follow-up to his first album Life in 1472. From the beginning, Dupri was in the spotlight as he appeared on stage with Diana Ross at age 9. By age 14 he was the youngest professional music producer, and by 20 he was the CEO of SO SO Def Records. Dupri's father, Michael Mauldin, is a well-known manager and promoter in Atlanta. As Dupri grew up, he was constantly soaking up the culture around him. His first act was R&B/rap group Silk Tymes Leather, which he began producing in his mid-teens. After this great start, Dupri couldn't b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

It. i <■ phiP The This is a jest. This is ONLY a jest. If this had been an actual newspaper, it would have been called The Rambler. But it's... ambler April Fool's Day, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87, No. 8 News Briefs Tuition Refund Thanks to the newly bal- anced budget, administration has announced that surplus funds will be refunded to stu- dents. "Unfortunately, there is no equitable way to redistribute these funds. On April 31, all students in line at the elevator entrance to the Administration building at 6 a.m. will recieve approximately half of the tuition amount that has been paid to date. When the funds are gone, that's it," said one administrator. Security officials warn that no one will be allowed near the elevator until April 31. Funeral Services for Medina Classes have been can- celed for the afternoon of April 31 in order that students, staff and faculty can attend the funeral services of senior MIS major Carlos Medina, who was killed in a freak fencing accident th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

2 The Lambler April 1, 2002 News Anderson receives appointment as First 'Lambassador' to Canada Goul Faffengooger NETHERWORLD CORRESPONDENT Acting on the strong recommenda- tion of the Lambasador search commit- tee, the Wesleyan Board of Directors voted unan- imously to accept the appointment of Jim Anderson as the first university Lambassador to Canada. "I am thrilled and was stunned when I got the call over my walkie- talkie." said Anderson. "I vaguely remem- ber filling out some paperwork four or five years ago, but I honestly thought I was entering a raffle to benefit the kids at Masonic Home and maybe have a chance to win a big screen tv." he said. A spokesperson for the search com- mittee said, "We combed through the applications with a fine tooth comb. We felt Jim was the perfect choice, the only choice really." According to committee members, Anderson was selected because of his years of selfless devotion to Wesleyan and it's students as well as, what they refered to as his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

FX AS WES!. FVAK The Lambler April 1, 2002 3 Barney, from page 1 "When I was assigned on this case, the only thing authori- ties knew was that the guy had something to do with Wesleyan, possibly the psychology depart- ment," said Smitty. "In eight of the stores, the suspect dropped current issues of The Scrambler, the "unofficial news source at Wesleyan." Smitty said, "We had an idea that The Barney Bandit was somehow involved in the field of psychology because immediately before he shoved each hapless clerk, he asked them, "Is psy- chology really a science?" No matter what answer the clerk gave. Hall became enraged, told the clerk "Wrong answer!" and then slammed the storage room door." When he took over the stag- nant case, the first thing Smitty did, after procuring the position with Rambler security, was to enroll in a statistics class with Dr. Marilyn Pugh, associate profes- sor and chair of the psychology department. "It is pretty obvious the Dr. Pugh has her finger on the pul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

4 The Lambler April 1, 2002 Campus IJfe Floodlight m mm w MONTY LlCHDENPUGH WANNABE WRITER In the long illustrious history of spot- lighting Texas Wesleyan students who are successful, 1 have perhaps the biggest waste of a journalist's time. 1 give you senior Management Information Systems major Carlos Medina, who is not only floundering in the world of economic statistics and business calculus, but has managed to find his way into the world of big-market radio. Some have made it into the campus spotlight by providing for the needy, while others have made it for their artistic or pugilistic abilities. Medina, well, he basi- cally lacks such accomplishments. It was last summer when the Bob and Dan Show, middays on 1310 AM The Ticket, made the call for a new batch of summer interns. After a lengthy process which includ- ed gathering an audio autograph of a famous person and then an on-air inter- view, Medina managed to be one of the unlucky few who was selected to spend his summer wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

Sports The Lambler April 1, 2002 5 Baseball team implemented in harassment charge Carla D. Throat UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATOR The first scandal to shock Wesleyan in this new millenium comes in the form of a sexual harassment lawsuit against a University athletic team. If you've met a few of these athletes it's not that surprising, especially as the facts come out. Though administrators, professorsand coaches have kept the story quiet, this columnist has managed to get the story in order to warn the student body of the potential terror these guys pose. The NCAA has recently filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the Texas Wesleyan Ram baseball team on behalf of several teams that have played the Rams over the past year. According to sources, not only have other teams begun to come forward, but also several former teammates and many good-looking women have begun to com- plain. What apparently started as fun and games for the 2002 Rams baseball team has turned into a full-blown scandal,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

6 The Lambler April 1, 2002 Sports Diesel Fuel The Oarsmen of Lambda Chi stroke their way to first victory mental toughness of the Lambchops had placed them a full length ahead of any competition and proved to be too much for the opposition as they cruised across the finish line with hands in the air in celebra- tion. The war was still being waged behind the winning boat however. The final results of the Lambchops' first crew race were Texas Wesleyan University-first, Kent State-second, Duke-third, TCC-come on, now, it's a junior college, Yale-not so good, Harvard-pretty bad. Princetori- almost the worst, and Morehead State-last. Coach McNamara said of the team, "we've grown pretty close. We're like a club, now...like on one of those secret soci- eties." McNamara said that the team chem- istry was incredible with this team. "It's almost as if they're all brothers. It's amazing," he said. The Oarsmen and the Lambchops will continue to compete for the crew team at Wesleyan despite num...

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

Odds n' Ends The Lambler April 1, 2002 7 Rambler Ravings How do you spend your enormous Rambler paychecks? Of course, like everything else in this issue, the use of ■enormous'is entirely false. If you don't believe it, check the date at the top of this and every other page. Marc Nettles Sports Editor "It's always been my dream to have box seats at the Lady Rams' softball games." Carlos Medina Staff Writer "I've always wanted to go big game hunt- ing and I finally bagged the big one." Photos by Ducky DoRight and Babs DuRong Dusty Wright Photo Editor "I got myself' a new girlfriend and I am going to show her a night on the town. I am all about the conversa- tion." Donna Haney News Editor "One more payment and its all mine. I'll never be homeless again!" Ousted mascot saves table tennis coach from choking hazard Anidem Solrac TABLE TENNIS ENTHUSIAST In a true show of heroism, Willie the Ram saved the day at a recent Table Tennis match. Although many spectators were present at the time,...

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