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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 May 2002

8 The Rambler May 2, 2002 Sports Year in review and 2002-2003 preview li / - * Marc Nettles SPORTS EDITOR Men's Basketball The men's basketball team went 20-9 and set and met many university records. They finished in the Elite Eight of the USCAA National Championships. Head coach Terry Waldrop cited the team's seniors as the team's cornerstone. Todd Chappell will leave as the all-time assists leader at Wesleyan and a two-time All- American. "Chad Crenshaw leaves a legacy of incredible competitiveness and production," said Waldrop. "Brian Fulton leaves as one of Wesleyan's most dominant players at his posi- tion," stated Waldrop. Waldrop described the team's feelings toward next year as those of excitement, a feeling of a challenge, and optimism to com- pete in the Red River Conference of the NAIA. The team is losing only five or six players from this year's squad with a promising new incoming class. They will also be reinstating a developmen- tal junior varsity team next year. Softb...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 May 2002

Campus Life The Rambler May 2, 2002 9 Get to know the new Student Government officers Year: Junior Major: International business Extracurricular Activities: Soccer, basketball, Sigma Wesleyan Foundation Gamma Sigma, Student uduma Ogidi President "Even though peo- ple have issues out there, they seem almost reluctant to bring them up. 1 want to give more people a chance to bring up their issues and then tell them how we deal with them so that they don't feel any 'silence' from not knowing what is going on. "Student govern- ment is here for the stu- dents, NOT the other way around. "Please tell us what you want and we'll see what can be done." Kimberly Cooper ireasurer Year: Freshman Major: Management infor- mation systems Extracurricular Activities: Basketball. African American Student Union, freshman representative Jessica Krizek Secretary Year: Freshman Major: Political science/Pre-law Extracurricular Activities: Gamma Phi Beta. 3PR. Student Ambassadors, Model Arab League, Head che...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 May 2002

10 The Rambler May 2, 2002 Campus Life Spotlight on Success Increasing crime rate should alarm students Marc Nettles The university has released the annual crime statistics report. That automatically sounds ominous, doesn't it? We were all mistaken in our assessment of our national security recently, so let's not make the same mistake on our campus. Let's rely on the facts for our conclu- sions and not on Bill Barnes impressions, which is some- thing that all humans seem inclined to do. For clarity the following descriptions are separated by property ownership. The report- ed number of burglaries at Texas Wesley an for 2001 was 11 on university-owned residential property, 10 on campus, one on property operated but not owned by the university and one on public property directly adjacent to the university. An overall total of 23 bur- glaries and additionally, two incidents of motor vehicle theft: one on campus and one on uni- versity-owned residential prop- erty. There were also two a...

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

Entertainment The Rambler May 2, 2002 11 Campus Comments What is your best memory from this past year at Texas Wesleyan? Emily Hertz Undecided Freshman 'My best memory was skipping class and taking a road trip to New Mexico." Chris Larry International Business Freshman "My best memory is going to the homecoming game with Sigma Rhomeo and being able to hear Keron Jackson sing the national anthem." Margaret Ruff Music Sophomore "My last concert, because it brings up a lot of memories." Justin Flowers Theater Sophomore "The moment that 1 realized that all of life is pointless and that my education is an unrealistic waste of my time and money. It sud- denly freed me." Nate Roberts English Junior "Losing my roommate and getting my very own dorm room." Photos by Dusty Wrighi Uideo explores racism Sheree Malatesta STAFF WRITER Some of us are tired of the thoughtless, plot-lacking films that are crowding the box office these days. It is becoming increasingly difficult to walk away from a mo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 May 2002

12 The Rambler May 2, 2002 Entertainment Spider-man weaves web through theaters Dusty Wright PHOTO EDITOR Itsy Bitsy spider just made it big. On May 3, Spider- man opens on the silver screen from the acclaimed Marvel comic book writer Stan Lee. The long awaited movie adaptation of the web-sling- ing super hero is finally here. For those who don't know already, the main plot cir- cles around the life of science nerd Peter Parker. After being bitten by a radioactive spider, Parker's body is altered and he can now scale walls, ceilings and he gains a "spider sense" that helps him fight evil. At the same time Parker is undergoing the mutant changes, scientist and businessman Norman Osborne (Wilem Defoe) is exposed to an experimental nerve gas, causing him to develop an alternate personality super- maniac the Green Goblin who has super strength. Comic book fans and avid moviegoers have already bought most of the tickets for this movie so good luck see- ing it on opening day. But is all t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 2002

W:[ (C 0 The TEXAS WESLEYAN T 1 6 2002 IBRARV bier October 16, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 88, No. 1 News Briefs Billy Graham Mission Billy Graham is fcoming to Texas? Stadium this weekend Oct. 17-20. The mission is from 7-9p.m. and all tickets are free. Alumni Performance "Follow the Dream II" featuring alumni perform- ances from 48 years of Wesleyan musicals'will be held on Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in Martin Hall. Tickets for this event are $20. Call 817-531-4404 or 800-581- 4835 for reservations or more information. Free Concert Texas Wesleyan University and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Assn. are pre- senting a free concert on Saturday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. in Martin Hall. The con- cert, featuring works by Mendelssohn, Ravel, and Mozart, will be performed by conductor Eduardo Browne and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. For more information call 817-665-6500 ext. 104 or 817-531-4990. Free Legal Service The Tarrant County Bar Association is offering a free service to local citizens ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 2002

2 October 16, 2002 •News The Rambler Campus Comments Do you think President Bush is han- dling the Iraqi situation properly? Jennifer Houze Junior Elementary Education "Yes and no. Yes, because he is trying to get it taken care of. And no, because I think there are too many people that aren't informed about the issues." Ruben Cabral Senior Marketing "I feel that President Bush has no clue in what he's doing. All of his decisions are all probably made by his advisers." Jamie Cox Freshman Criminal Justice "I agree. He is our commander in chief, so whatever his thoughts and feelings are about the situation, I know he will make the best decision for our country." Nathan Davis Sophomore Biology "I think he's doing a fantastic job. I don't really understand why we should wait to take action just because the threat grows each day." Scott Rodriguez Sophomore Business Management "George Bush is a cowboy who wants to use American lives as his ammuni- tion. I think his policy is going to possi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 2002

The Rambler Opinions October 16, 2002 3 Students Square Off On Bush s Iraqi Stance Dropping bombs and futile war are the first things to pop into most people's minds when the topic of Iraq is discussed. What most people do not think about however, is what will happen if nothing is done about the prob- lem. President Bush isn't giving many clues into what he intends on doing to Iraq, and namely to Saddam Hussein. The president's demands are farfetched and unlikely to happen. One demand calls for Iraq to reveal and destroy all existing weapons of mass destruction under the supervision of the UN. Given that statement, — we know the kinds of weapons we are dealing with. During the pres- ident's recent speech, he stated, "Iraqi's weapons of mass destruc- tion are controlled by a murderous tyrant who has already used chem- ical weapons to kill thousands of people." This statement shows Bush's concern for what may be planned for America. A lot of people fear what these weapons can and will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 October 2002

4 October 16, 2002 Sports The Rambler Wesleyan's move to NAIA the right one Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF Wesleyan's athletic program underwent a sort of transformation in the last year. The decision was made last semester to switch from National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III back to a brand new old friend in the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Wesleyan has long been deeply rooted in NAIA his- tory. One look in Sid Richardson Gym, and it is easy to see why. Championship banners line its rafters and tro- phies and remnants of outstanding seasons rest in its tro- phy cases outside. Most, if not all, of these came from Wesleyan's years in NAIA. The benefits of being in NAIA do not stop at the increased chance of multiple national championships. There are many advantages of the switch for the student- athlete and each respective program, including decreased travel time which translates into less missed classes, the reintroduction of athlet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

S5 l* 0 0 The TEXAS WESlEYAM UCI A " ^ LIBRAHY bier October 23, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol.88, No. 2 News Briefs Landscapes Landscapes: Art of Fort Worth, opening reception and gallery talk will be held Thursday, Oct. 24 from 5- 6:30 p.m. in the East Room Gallery, Eunice and James L. West Library. The art exhibit will be on display through Nov. 22. For more information call 817-531-4984 Wesleyan Jazz Ensemble The Wesleyan Jazz Ensemlbes I and II is hav- ing their Fall Concert Thursday, Oct. 24. The concert is going to be held in Martin Hall at 7:30 p.m. For more information call 817-531-4990 Pre-Law Fraternity Phi Alpha Delta Pre- Law fraternity will have a meeting Oct. 29 at 10:50- 11:40a.m. in room AMB 124. All those thinking about applying to law school are welcome to attend. For more information send e-mail to pad2002_03@address.com Halloween Party Come to the Wesleyan Halloween Party hosted on the Quad during Free Period from 10:40-11:50 p.m. on Oct. 31. There will be candy, sn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

2 October 23, 2002 Opinions The Rambler Why are rappers jeopardizing their bling bling? I could never put myself in a position to judge another person, but I just don't understand why these hotheaded rappers insist on chilling behind bars, instead of the penthouse suite. Almost every time you open up a hip-hop magazine, this guy's raping somebody, this guy's rob- bing somebody. What's the prob- lem? The majority of these rap- pers should realize that they are now on top, the drama needs to stop. One of the most recent cases involves 28 year-old New Orleans rapper Juvenile. He faces simple battery and burglary charges for an altercation with his barber, Bert Williams, this past May. Juvenile allegedly punched his barber outside of a grocery store, and called for two of his asso- ciates to take $200 out of Williams' pocket. Apparently the melee was over Williams' alleged bootlegging of Juvenile's upcoming CD that had been given to him. Another recent incident involves New Orleans rap-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

The Rambler Campus Life October 23, 2002 3 Bobby Bragan baseball jerseys removed from library wall after attempted theft thwarted by TWU student Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Texas Wesleyan student Oscar Burciaga rushed swiftly into action when a group of teen-agers attempted to steal two Bobby Bragan baseball jerseys from the Eunice and James L. West Library Oct. 8. The jerseys are pieces of a baseball memorabilia collection donated to Wesleyan by Bragan, a former major and minor league player and man- ager. Burciaga, a freshman at Texas Wesleyan University, helped stop the theft by chasing down and apprehending one of the fleeing youths. "We heard a bunch of noise. We heard a lot of people running down the stairs, and we just dis- carded it," Burciaga said this week. "We see a bunch of kids in here all the time, and... we just thought it was just them." According to the incident report filed with Wesleyan secu- rity, the crime occurred at 2:35 p.m. when four males between the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

4 October 23, 2002 Odds 'n Ends The Rambler Campus Comments What are your thoughts concerning crime and campus security? Maria Kelly Freshman Drama "I think that security's all right, but they kinda just sit in their trucks and watch us. It's a bit scary, but I guess they are doing their best....sometimes." Chris Cerda Freshman Biology "There is not a whole lot of crime, but security should carry guns. They should apply deadly force if at all threatened." Brett Jones Junior Drama "It does not seem like they are around much, because our cars are always get- ting broke into." Connie Mack Sophmore MIS "I feel that security does a great job of tayloring to our needs. Keep it up!" John Scott Freshman Business "Security should be able to act more like certified policemen as oppose to babysitters." Ashley Bell Junior MIS "Security on campus can't do the job alone. Each individual needs to take their own precautions." Photos by James Haney ACR088 1 S'licato mireral 9 "Six-pack" musclee 8 Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

The Rambler Sports October 23, 2002 5 Wesleyan athletes receive conference honors Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF Wesleyan athletics has experienced a terrific last few weeks. Other than key team vic- tories over conference opponents, there were three tremendous individ- ual efforts that deserved recognition. Three Wesleyan athletes, Jessica Carrion, Travis Mauldin, and Leighann Krey, were recognized as Red River Conference Player of the Week on Oct. 15. Carrion, a forward on the women's soccer team, first received the honor Sept. 30 after a week of out- standing play. During that week, she scored a goal in Wesleyan's 4-0 victo- ry against University of Texas-Tyler. She added a hat trick on Sunday, scor- ing three goals with an assist against University of Texas-Permian Basin to help her team leave the scoreboard in Odessa at 5-0. Carrion collides Fort Worth, scored all three goals in her team's only game of the week, a 3-1 win over Louisiana College, to receive the award for the secon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

6 October 23, 2002 Entertainment The Rambler 48 years of Wesleyan drama, music alumni restage their best numbers during gala event Diane Bohannan STAFF WRITER Forty-eight years of Wesleyan theater and music alumni reunited and put on a show Oct. 19 with plenty of pizzazz when they presented "Follow the Dream II" in Nicholas Martin Hall. Alumni preformed songs from musicals Wesleyan produced beginning in 1955. Hans Grim's Out of Time Trio provided the instrumental music of the show. Performances included songs from South Pacific, Showboat, Oliver!, 1776 and Gypsy. Director and choreographer Cathey Cady, class of 1967, said, "I wouldn't miss it for the world. This is a unique chance to see talented people in our community who all share the roots of Texas Wesleyan. The show is an amazing collection of alumni and students from 1955 to the present, all on one stage." Lana Hoover and Aubrey Allred, both original per- formers form the 1975 cast of Sugar, thrilled the audi- ence with We Wou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 2002

The Rambler Semester Pics October 23, 2002 7 r ss* Wesley a'* Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia It Photo by Jose Valdez

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

n - ? (c *) The TEXAS WESLEYAN oct 0 6 2003 bier October 30, 2002 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 88, No. 3 News Briefs Project Vote Smart This #year the West Library is participating in Project Vote Smart, a non- partisan voter self-educa- tion program. Among the materials available are the Voter's Self-Defense Manual, a free 80-page booklet. In addition the library also has a copy of the Reporter's Source Book and the Vote Smart Web Yellow Pages, both of which are available at the Reference Desk. For more information, about this program, contact Louis Sherwood Jr. at (817) 531-4822. Freshman Cafe The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is hosting the Freshman Cafe on Nov. 5 daring free peri- od. Free food and adviser sign-ups will be available. Professors also will be on- hand to answer questions and help counsel freshmen. For more information call Amy^Brefthauer at (817) 531*582*or Itop by the ARC.V ' ' 4 Meals on .Wheels Meals bn- Wheels is looking fipr. «tudtgtfts and organizations help on T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

2 October 30, 2002 News The Rambler Finding financing for proposed dorms Phillif Nagano NEWS ED/TOP The Finance Committee has moved through the design phase and is currently looking for the appropriate financing for the new dormitories. According to the Vice President of Finance, Bill Bleibdry, the Finance Committee has approved the building of the new dormitories but the under- taking is subject to finding the right financing. Currently, the committee is trying to decide the best way to finance the building of the new dormitories Locating the financing is going to be one of the most time- consuming parts in the process, other than the construction, said Bleibdry. Right now, the Finance Committee is looking at the dif- ferent options for external financ- ing. Some of the options that it is looking at include borrowing from a bank or selling tax- exempt bonds. Once the committee finds the appropriate financing and it is approved, it can start with the construction, which is estimated...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 2002

The Rambler Opinions October 30, 2002 3 How much are you willing to pay to look good? I love butterflies. I feel they are a symbol of free- dom, independence and beauty. In fact, I have seven butterflies adorning my body. Since I turned 18 years old, I've gotten three tattoos, a naval ring and a tongue ring. This was my form of rebellion. Although I was told to be cautious in choosing a body art salon and to make sure the materials were sterilized, I must be honest in stating that I wasn't that cautious. In trusting the honesty and integrity of the establishment, I failed to realize the jeopardy I could have put my health in. Hepatitis C (HCV) is a virus that attacks and gradually destroys the liver over a period of time. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as ———————— five out of every 100 people in America may be infected with HCV and not know it. Although HCV wasn't iden- tified until 1988, it is now believed to be more wide- spread than HIV. HCV is a blood-bo...

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