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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2002

/ 8 The Lambler April 1, 2002 Entertainment demaid eqial opportunity to 'spoak their mills' Richard Woodpecker HOMO ERECTUS After the enormous success of the female produced The Vagina Monologues this month, the men of Wesleyan are invoking their rights to equal treatment under the Lamb. They aren't woman! Hear them roar! The Penis Soliloquies took root. Resident theater guru and fearless leader Joe Brown once again stepped in the middle of controversy when he agreed to sponsor the all-male review. 'This production is different than The Vagina Monologues, obviously. But we still hope to find a way to give voice to our common goals and ambitions. When you get right down to it, most of us are struggling to get to the same des- tination," Brown said. The opening -act, "Circumcision" —————— featured a cast of twenty men in various stages of life, lamenting the loss of their foreskin. Perhaps the most entertain- joe Brown ing sketch of the night belonged to Justin Flowers. In "Penis Envy...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

/ 7: 9 fc 3J The bier April 4, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87, No. 9 News Briefs 2002 Ram Jam The annual Ram Jam pro- gram will be held on Saturday, April 13, from II a.m.-3 p.m. in the volleyball area between the library and Dora's. Planned activities include free barbecue to all students, a Disc Jockey, band competition with cash prizes, volleyball, campus golf, water balloons and much more. The office of Student Life is looking for student organi- zations interested in sponsor- ing events. For information, contact Peter Phaiah at ext. 6504. Director of Admissions The search committee has announced the selection of the new director of admission, Andrea B. Canales. She comes to Wesleyan from the University of Louisville and will join the staff on April 8. Annual Art Show The Annual Art Show, a student art exhibition and competition, will run from April 8-26, in the East Room Gallery of the EJW Library. An artist reception will be held on Thursday, April 11, from 5-7 p.m. For more i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

2 The Rambler April 4, 2002 News Award, from page 1 "The project demonstrated that by omitting a large portion of the overhead consumed by microbiology lab activities, JPS' then-current costing method did not accurately reflect the cost of the individual lab tests," Taylor said. "The use of ABC provides managers with more accurate cost data and the opportunity to receive appropriate reimburse- ments for services performed within the laboratory." According to Taylor, approx- imately 30 cases were submitted to SWCRA. which is affiliated with the Federation of Business Disciplines (FBD) for considera- tion. The papers are peer reviewed for acceptance at the FBD meeting and then the top three or four papers are peer reviewed again for the award. "This is the first Texas Wesleyan University student project to be recognized by SWCRA," said Taylor. 'This project was extremely helpful as it helped reinforce the complexities associated with cost management that all businesses must address," ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

Opinions The Rambler April 4, 2002 3 Vigilance can deter phone scams NIKA Maples These days, it takes a special knack to decipher your phone bill. And even if you can break the code, you still may not understand why certain charges have been added to your bill. That is when you should pick up that phone and utilize the service you are pay- ing dearly for. There is no harm in asking why you were charged excessively. And you may discover that ycu are a victim of fraud. Many people glance only at the final page of their phone bills, where the total amount due is listed. _____ We groan. We write the check. And then we never look again at those ever-tedious pages where each long distance call and various addition- al services are chronicled. Yet those pages may comprise the most impor- tant part of the billing statement. The watchdogs at the National Fraud Information Center, Washington, D.C., suggest perusing your telephone bill the same way you would a credit card bill, scanning each t...

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

4 The Rambler April 4, 2002 Campus Life Associate vice president of student services addresses goals for recruitment, retention at Wesleyan Cleophus Young STAFF WRITER \ In 17 years at Wesleyan, Pati Alexander has climbed the administrative ladder from physi- cal education secretary to Registrar, MBA Director to her preent job as associate vice pres- ident of student services. She received her degree in business in 1990 and her master's in education information produc- tion technology in 1997, both from Wesleyan. Alexander said that Buddy Carter hired her as assistant regis- trar. a job she held for 15 years, five of which she was the head of the Registrar's office. Alexander went from there to the MBA office where she was the director for a year. As vice president of student services, Alexander said the love of being at Wesleyan, its faculty and staff is what motivates her to be the best that she can be. Alexander said with her new job she is supervisor over the admissions area, fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

Sports The Rambler April 4, 2002 5 Can Tyson handle Lewis...and Mother Medina? Where are you going to be the night of June 8? While it might be difficult to determine just where you will be on this day and what you will be doing, it's not hard to predict what box- ing fans will be up to. This is the night that Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis will finally meet for the boxing heavyweight championship of the world. Although millions of fans will take a rooting interest in this match, there is one person who will root for Mike Tyson ______ because she emulates Mike Tyson. This person is my moth- er. My mother is a raging box- ing fanatic. My mother does not prepare Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners. Instead she prepares our home for big box- ing matches. She loves the idea that two men are trying to beat each other into ground beef while thou- sands of fans scream wildly for blood. It started several years ago when Mike Tyson bit off Evander Holyfield's ear that I began to see the blatant s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

6 The Rambler April 4, 2002 Odds 'n Ends Campus Comments ♦Special staff edition* What is the best April Fool's Day prank you have pulled, or that somebody has pulled on you? Donna Haney News editor Graduate education "I told my best friend that I was pregnant and that I had to move away to protect everyone's good name. I would've kept the joke up, but he was so supportive that I had to tell him the truth." Jose Valdez Managing editor Mass communication "My friend and I hid his girl- friend's car and we convinced her it was stolen. She didn't care that it was gone because she was behind in her payments." Marc Nettles Sports editor Sports Medicine I had my entire high school belie- veng that my girlfirnd was preg- nant on April Fool's Day. After 48 hours of sympathy calls and congratulations, I told everyone it was a prank. They hated me for a day or two. Melanie Manning Editor in chief Mass communication "I had a former writer convinced that I had cursed him to age pre- maturely. I'm...

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

The Rambler April 4, 2002 7 for advertising information, call (817) 531-7582 Eat 4 Less $$$ Visit: www.table44.com Have something to 1 1 SAY?! Write letters to the editor! The Homes of Parker Commons ^ Historic Lofts & Apartments I «ve Vi off June and July rent 905 S.Jennings Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104 817-870-1739 Many Thanks to Peter Phaiah Stacy Nestor Twelve Oaks Catering Facilities Operations Staff Charles Martin Student Foundations Lambda Theta Phi Kristi Smith Rosa Camarripa Chinda Loeum Special Thanks to Jennifer Oliver-Henderson Suzin Parker-Hanes for painting all the happy faces and to Jennifer Barnes our Easter bunny for making it the Hoppiest Eggstravaganza ever! From Joyce Davidson, Advancement Office A Plate Full of Opportunities! OFFERING GREAT OPPORTUNITIES FOR WAITSTAFF & DOOR HOSTS FUN, FRIENDS, FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES APPLY AT A PAPPAS RESTAURANT NEAR YOU! PAPPASITO'S intina, 723 S. Central Expwy. 10433 Lombardy Ln. 2704 West Freeway 321 W. Rd to Six Flags 972...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 April 2002

8 The Rambler April 4, 2002 Entertainment Kimbell exhibits murillo Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth is housing one of Spain's most renowend artists. Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1617-1(82): Painting from American Collections is the first United States comprehensive retrospective of paintings by Murillo. The exhibit features 34 paintings from the golden age of Spanish painting. Subjects range form the religious to scenes of everyday life and portraits. Murillo was among the most famous master painters such as Michelangelo, Raphael and Rembrandt during the 18th and 19th centuries. In the 19th century, Spanish artists Velazquez and El Greco overshadowed Murillo. However, muse- ums have always sought acquisitions of his work. Among the works in the exhibit are "The Blessed Giles Before Pope Gregory IX" and "Fray Julian of Alcala's Vision of the Soul of King Philip II of Spain." The pieces arc illustrations of Murillo's early work. Fie painted more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

f -7; The bier April 11, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87. No. 10 Wesleyan table tennis team sweeps tournament News Briefs SGA Elections Cast your vote for 2002- 2003 student government officers. Elections will contin- ue in the SUB on Thursday, April 11, from 10 a.in.-2 p.m. 2002 Ram Jam The annual Ram Jam pro- gram will be held on Saturday, April 13, from 11 a.111.-3 p.m. in the volleyball area between the library and Dora's. Planned activities include free barbecue to all students, a Disc Jockey, band competition with cash prizes, volleyball, campus golf, water balloons and much more. The office of Student Life is looking for student organi- zations interested in sponsor- ing events. For information, contact Peter Phaiah at ext. 6504. Jazz Festival Third annual Wesleyan Invitational Jazz Festival will be held April 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bass Performance Hall. The highly acclaimed musical event will showcase three high school jazz bands who have been selected to perform with three ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

Opinions The Rambler April 11,2002 3 Violence is just a click away Chris Barnes During the past millennium plus two years we have seen groundbreak- ing discoveries, technological advance- ments beyond imagination and war. With war constantly entering our homes through televi- sion, Internet, newspaper and radio, one would believe we thrive on the negativity it creates. Such a constant barrage of death must take its toll at some point. With critics of vio- lence in television fight- ing for stricter regula- tions pertaining to the amount of bloodshed, it seems laughable that these so-called censors have simply bypassed the news. If watching television drains today's youth of the social skills they need to be positive citizens later in life, then what does watching news do to them? Each day we see the effects of holy wars and suicide bombers in the Middle East, not to mention murder, rape and children being locked in their rooms for months on end. But is this somehow less damaging tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

4 The Rambler April 11, 2002 Campus Life Spotlight Marc Nettles SPORTS EDITOR Courtney Guyon, a 20-year- old sophomore music perform- ance major, will be on her way to Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., in June to do what she loves the most and play music. The talent and passion that Guyon discovered at the early age of five paid off recently. Guyon began playing the piano when she was five years old and the saxophone at the age of 11. Guyon plays the part of lead alto sax in Wesleyan's Jazz Ensemble under the direction of her sax teacher, Tim Ishii. She is also a mem- ber of the Jazz Combo 1 as well as the Wind Ensemble. The flute, clarinet and soprano sax are also in her reper- tiore. Guyon has also been featured in var- ious other concerts. She has a regular gig with a "Spirit Band" at the Dallas Mavericks games and she played lead alto sax with the Cary Richards Jazz Orchestra on the Seven Seas Mariner cruise ship in Alaska for the Inside Passage Tour. Her most exciting perform- anc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

Sports The Rambler April 11, 2002 5 Lady Rams softball team gains momentum leading to national tournament Marc Nettles SPORTS EDITOR Wesleyan's softball team ha* had a terrific season this year. Currently, they are enjoying an amazing 18-7 record with only four games left in the regular season. It seems as if they are only gaining speed and momentum with the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship Tournament soon approaching. At the beginning of the season, the university set the minimum record requirement for qualification into the tournament as a .500 record. Since then, the Lady Rams have only exceeded expectations with outstanding indi- vidual statistics and an overall amazing team output. The members of the team knew about their potential long before their fans did. First baseman and pitcher Rikki Greenstreet described the team at the beginning of the season as a "quality nine." The team's chemistry was apparent early as well. Head Coach David Barrie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

6 The Rambler April 11, 2002 Odds 'n Ends Campus Comments What is your opinion on the deci- sion of the family of Sept. 11 vic- tim Bonnie Smithwick to sue American Airlines for nearly $50 million? Manny Guerrero Music Education Senior "My heart and prayers go out to him and his family, but he should not be compensated. American Airlines did not kill his wife, the terrorists did." Spencer Conco Mass Communication Freshman "He isn't making a wise deci- sion. Money won't bring his wife back. Suing American Airlines for this is like suing God when it rains on your baseball game." Michael Moore Business Freshman "I don't think it's right for this man to sue the airlines, even though he had a loss. It wasn't the airline's fault." r 1 V 4 LaTasha Cormier Biology Sophomore "Life is unpredictable. Things happen. Mr. Smithwick needs to come to terms with his wife's death and move on with his life." James McGarrigle Business/Mass Communication Sophomore "Even if he ends up legally enti- tled ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

The Rambler April 11, 2002 7 Hiring valet parkers for private parties across metroplex. Must be at least 21 with clean record. www.rentafrog.com (817) 810-9988 Buy, sell anything in the metroplex. Great place to sell college stuff you don't want to take home for the summer. www.rentafrogauction.com Servicing the DFW Metroplex. Donations needed for charitable garage sale. Catholic Charities Refugee Services. Call (817) 338-0774 for more information. Drop off at 1216 W. Magnolia, Fort Worth, 76104 TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, hul 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 ,M)24 Sandage Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76109-1793 (817) 924-3236 N> i cutifia I b\ tfv Texa HuiiWl epj Spec ial i/at k in A Plate Full of Opportunities! OFFERING GREAT OPPORTUNITIES FOR WAITSTAFF & DOOR HOSTS FUN, FRIENDS, FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES APPLY AT A PAPPAS R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 April 2002

8 The Rambler April 11, 2002 Entertainment The Sweetest Thing is love Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR What would you do in the name of love? The Sweetest Thing is a romantic comedy that adds a flavorful twist on the search for love and the length people would go to, because in the end, we all desire to love and be loved. The film stars the vivacious Cameron Diaz as Christina Walters. Christina is bold, confident and professional. When it comes to dating, she questions if there is a Mr. Right. Her past breakups have pro- voked her to live by the golden rule: to avoid searching for Mr. Right and focus ori Mr. Right Now. Her best friend, Courtney Rockliffe (Christina Applegate), is a high-powered divorce attorney who has a positive take on dating. Her philosophy is to date, to do it and do it a lot. She is willing to give up "the life" if the man is worth it. Jane (Selma Blair), another girlfriend, Shand releases debut CD turns to the book True Love: The Ten Commandments after a r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2002

The TEXAS WF.Sl.FVAK .! BRAKY N bier April 18, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 87, No. 11 ■ a 1 News Briefs Rambler stall needed The student publication committee will be meeting on Monday, April 29, at 3 p.m. in AMB 125. During this meet- ing, members will be voting on positions of editor in chief and managing editor for 2002-03 for The Rambler. Several senior editor positions are available. If you are inter- ested, please contact ext. 7552 for more information. Eat your eyes out Members of the Baptist Student Ministries (BSM) would like to invite the entire Wesleyan community to the first motion buffet event; a free screening the movie The Matrix in the Science Lecture Theater on Friday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. Popcorn and friends provided. Mitchell-Reed Community of Learners BYOL A panel presentation and discussion on the subject of distance education using the Internet will be held Monday, April 22 in the East Room of the EJW library at noon. Wesleyan has joined other universities an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2002

2 The Rambler April 18, 2002 News * Photo by Jose Valdez Lambda Chi Alpha members Laith Sando (left) and Rick Ahlgren toss a football to help pass time. Ahlgren spent 12 hours (of the 52-hour Teeter-Totter- athon), tottering to raise money for area food banks. The men of Lambda Chi are 'Brothers feeding others' Donna Hanky NEWS EDITOR Members of Lambda Chi Alpha, an international social fra- ternity, took turns spending 52 hours perched on an 8-foot teeter-totter from April 11-13, raising almost $700 for food to be donated to Tarrant area food banks. This is the second year the event has been held on campus by the Wesleyan chapter. Laith Sando, vice-president and Teeter-Totterathon organizer, said he was "disappointed" by the campus response this year as compared to last year's. "I don't know. Maybe peo- ple were 'donated out' after Sept. 11," he said. "We did have stu- dents, staff and faculty who did donate. We just didn't get the fac- ulty support we had hoped for." Sando said Ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 April 2002

Opinions The Rambler April 18, 2002 3 Cloning's benefits may be costlier than one realizes When President Bush asked a divid- ed Senate to support legislation complete- ly banning human cloning last week, more questions arose than answers. The majority of Americans agree that reproductive cloning — creating a human embryo to be placed into a woman's uterus and grown into a child — should be pro- hibited. However, many of us remain divided regarding ther- apeutic cloning — creating a human embryo to be destroyed after five days and used only for stem cells and tissue. "We can pursue medical research with a clear sense of moral purpose, or we can travel without an ethical com- _______ pass into a world we could live to regret," the president said, asserting that human cloning was deplorable for three reasons. First, he cited that destroying embryos, even for medical research, is unethical. "Research cloning would contradict the most fundamental principle of med- ical ethics, that no h...

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