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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 January 2003

4 January 29, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Construction on nurse anesthesia building progresses Rachel Carter STAFF WRITER The large amount of construction on the corner of Wesleyan Street and Avenue B has been all but impossible to miss on campus. But the construction will pay off when the new home of Wesleyan's Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia is complete. The new building is expected to be fin- ished by late April of this semester, accord- ing to Steve Roberts, associate vice president of Administrative Services and Human Resources. The university raised funds for the building by buying and selling financial investment bonds. The more than 200 stu- dents in the nurse anesthesia program will be learning in style soon. The new facility boasts a large tiered lecture hall that will hold about 180 students. It will contain up-to-date audio and visual equipment and will be set up for video conferencing as well. The 13,000-square-foot building will also have a special classroom set ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 January 2003

maewwuw The Rambler Sports January 29, 2003 5 Well-balanced men's basketball team makes march to March Marc Nettles EDITOR IN CHIEF The Wesleyan men's basketball team is once again in the midst of making a run at playing in March. The team that had only one returning member from last year's United States Collegiate Athletics Association National Championship Tournament Elite Eight squad has congealed quite nicely to the tune of a 15-6 overall record, which includes a 7-2 tally in their new Red River Athletic Conference. The team's potential was a question mark in the team's early goings. Head coach Terry Waldrop said he thought the team had a chance to be a good team depending on how well the team came together. He said, "The process has been a gradual one, but steady." This year's group of athletes has come together behind the on-court leadership of senior guard Aaron Whaley, the sole remaining player from last year. "Whaley has certainly elevated his game in conference," Waldrop s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 January 2003

6 January 29, 2003 Sports The Rambler Super Bowl Sunday ads fall short of usual hype and flare The result of the Super Bowl is leaving sweet and/or bitter tastes in the mouths of football fanatics all over the nation. Taking personal responsibility for jinxing the Oakland Raiders by rooting for their victory, I have decided to suppress my feelings of guilt and direct my column not toward the game itself, which would already have been watched by anyone who cares enough to read the sports page. Instead, this column is about the really interesting aspect of the worldwide phenomenon: the commercials. The only problem was that, on average, the commercials were not that funny. 1 imag- ined that paying $2.1 million for 30 seconds of advertisement would provide all of the inspiration required to make an outstanding ———- commercial, but this was not the case. Most of the com- panies that historically have advertised during the Super Bowl passed on the opportunity this time, due to the out- r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 January 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n'Ends January 29, 2003 7 Campus Comments What organization would you like to see form on campus? Fran Long Senior Advertising 'An organization to support the chal- lenges that nontraditional students encounter." Marc Nettles Sophomore Editor-in-Chief "A track team, so that I could run the 400m." Faith Beverly Junior Photo Editor "I am forming a wrestling team. If you are interested in competing con- tact watermark5@hotmail.com." Whitney Fowler Freshman Campus Life Editor "A Rambler support group because we need it!" Jaclyn Gonzales Senior Entertainment Editor "A professional society for mass com- municators, because it would be a great way to network and find jobs." James Haney Freshman Sports Editor "A James Haney fan club, so that the entire world can participate in some- thing together." Photos by Faith Beverly I MEAN OLIVE -.L'M REAU-VN i wish you WOULPNf ASK ME I HAVENT not gooc7 at A CLUE... THINGS... POPEVt will REACT / A//Z. have no VOUVL HAVE TO ASK SOMEO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 January 2003

8 January 29, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler explore landscapes Jaclyn Gonzales ENTER TAINMENT EDITOR I entered the East Room Gallery of the Eunice and James L. West Library before the opening reception of the latest exhibition. A voice spoke out but no one was around. It was the calm voice of a narrator to a film shooting of quiet East side neighborhood houses. But the stories he told were far from serene. No, this isn't a nightmare derived from too much time spent on campus. This is a taste of the urban landscape as expressed by Andy Anderson, professor, chairman and writer in residence of the Department of Art at the University of Texas-Arlington. Anderson is one of many chairmen of select universities to participate in Landscapes: One to One, the second the- matic exhibition of a series under the division of Visual and Performing Arts at Texas Wesleyan. Wesleyan's Department of Art hosted the exhibit, which opened Jan. 21. Current and past chairmen from Midwestern State Universi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

1 ff: 2 {cz) TEXAS WESLEYAN oct 0 6 2003 The February 5, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. News Briefs Homecoming Parade Wesleyan's homecom- ing will be the week of Feb. 24 to March 1. There will be a parade and tailgate party March 1. There will also be a baseball game at noon. Following will be a women's basketball game at 5:30 p.m. and men's bas- ketball game at 7:30 p.m. Black History Month Part one in a series of black history facts are fea- tured on page 2. March is designated as Women's History Month. E-mail suggestions to twurambler@yahoo.com. Canned Food Month There will be a canned food drive during February. A collection site for the canned goods will be announced later. 3rd Annual Art Fest The third annual Ridg- mar Art Fest is now accept- ing applications from local artists and galleries. Applications can be obtained from Ridgmar's Web site on the Internet at www.ridgmar.com or by calling (817) 731-0856. Deadline for applica- tions is March I. Free Cultural Event This...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

2 February 5, 2003 News The Rambler Ballroom & Latin Dancing Lessons EVERY Monday Night 7:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Swing Dance Lessons EVERY Tuesday Night 8:00 p.m.-l 1:30 p.m. Big Band EVERY First Friday 8:00 p.m.-Midnight 1519 Lipscomb Street 817-926-2800 www.Southside Preservation.com Beautiful Weddings & Receptions 1519 Lipscomb Street 817-921-3939 www.RoseChapel.org TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, but only in Arlington, Fort Worth, and elsewhere in Tarrant County. —No promises as to results. —Any fine and any eourt costs are not included in fee for legal counsel. James R. Mallory Attorney at Law 3024 Sandage Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76109-1793 (817)924-3236 Nol certified by the Texas Board of Legal Spccial/4lion Important dates in black history detailed * This is the first in a series January 1 1863 The Emancipation Proclamation January 7 1890 W.B. Purvis, inventor, patents the fountain pen January 14 1930 Ernest E Just, biologist and pioneer of cell division, serves as vice president o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

The Rambler Opinions February 5, 2003 3 Reparations for a struggling race: Is it that hard to admit we were wrong? Why is it so hard for people to admit they are wrong? My thinking is, if you do something you know is wrong, you should be big enough to admit it and do what you can to make it right. It is human nature for people to shy away from admitting their faults, and America falls into this same category when it comes to the issue of reparations for slavery. Reparations call for groups that suffer today because of slavery and other severe racist practices, to be compensated by the governments responsible for those practices. This is an issue that has been on the tips of tongues for some time, but America evi- dently believes that words speak louder than actions in this case. The enslavement of blacks has been well documented, dating back as far as the mid 1400s. Slavery was an inhumane occurrence that not only brought down the victims of its time, but also left the road very roc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

4 February 5, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Wesleyan chapel service relocates to new facility Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Wesleyan's chapel service was relocated last week from the Board of Trustees room in the Administration Building to the Polytechnic United Methodist Church chapel room on the corner of Rosedale and Collard Street. After conducting weekly religious servic- es in the Board of Trustees room since 1992, with a brief stay in the Carter Conference room, Wesleyan's chapel has shifted into an actual chapel facility — picturesque with wooden pews and stained glass decor. The move was brought about by Wesleyan's agreement with the Polytechnic United Methodist Church, which has deeded the facility to Wesleyan, according to Wesleyan Chaplain Jeff Miller. Wesleyan's chapel, which meets Tuesdays during the campus free period, is described as "a common general religious service to give us a break in the week. We do various types of services — sometimes a little more contem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

The Rambler Shorts February 5, 2003 5 NHL All-Star Game surprises many in Sunrise Who is Dany Heatley? That was the question on my mind after the NHL All- Star Game on Sunday. And I'm a big hockey fan. Dany Heatley, a member of the Atlanta Thrashers in his sopho- more season, is the single man who made the 53rd annual classic an actual contest. He scored four goals and added an assist for the East in regulation. His effort tied him with greats like Mario Lemieux, who accomplished the feat in 1990, Wayne Gretzky and most recently Mike Gartner of the New York Rangers, who also made the unbelievable believ- ——— able in 1993, for the most goals scored in an All-Siar game. It also made him the youngest ever to score a hat trick in an All-Star contest. At 22 years, 13 days, he edged out Gretzky, who was 22 years, 14 days, in 1983 during his Edmonton days. It also forced overtime in the first best versus best game to be played in the East versus West, as opposed the North America against t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

6 February 5, 2003 Sports The Rambler Lady Rams snap losing streak against SAGU James Haney SPORTS EDITOR The Lady Rams basketball team broke their seven-game losing streak Friday when they defeated Southwestern Assemblies of God University's Lady Lions in a very competitive 69-66 victory. Wesleyan took the lead early in the opening minute of the game, compliments of a Shawndrika Courtney's offensive rebound and subsequent basket. The Lions answered back with two points of their own tying the game momentarily. Valen Little of the Rams then added two buckets to bring the Rams to a six-point lead. SAGU's Jennifer Snow's then hit from long range to cut Wesleyan lead in half, followed by another authoritative two point answer by Courtney, pulling the Rams forward to a five point lead. The intensity of the game quickly exploded as the Lady Rams offense ignit- ed, yielding a surge of Ram three pointers to extend Wesleyans lead to 15, with a 16-6 run on the Lions. The momentum died before ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends February 5, 2003 7 Campus Comments "What do you think about the possibility of America declaring war on Iraq?" Allie Gaudi Freshman Business "It's scary. I don't want it to happen but we have to do something about it before any more terrorist attacks happen." Chelsea Rhodes Sophmore Undecided Major "It's a shame that we are reduced to fighting Bush's daddy's little feud with Sadam." Matt Martin Junior Economics and Finance 'The war is necessary to preserve the freedoms we hold dear. Some enjoy these freedoms but don't want to defend them when it comes time." Lester Jefferson Junior Religion and Humanities "War is not the answer. There are other ways, such as cutting them off economically. It would be more peace- ful than fighting." Robyn Heilig Sophmore Management Information Systems it's pointless, because it's not going to solve anything." Neal Bridges Junior Psychology Make a parking lot out of it.' Photos by Faith Beverly King Crossword ACROSS 1 "Come a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 February 2003

8 February 5, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler Kimbell Art Museum exhibits Modigliani Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Modigliani and the Artists of Montparnasse arrive at the Kimbell Art Museum for an extraordinary exhibition set to open Feb. 9. The exhibition celebrates the early modern painter, Amedeo Modigliani (1884- 1920). Approximately 60 paint- ings, sculptures and works on paper by Modigliani will be on view. Modigliani is best known for his stylized depiction of the human figure, including his studies of women with elongat- ed necks and soulful eyes and his sensitive female nudes. Dr. Timothy Potts, director of the Kimbell Art Museum, said in a news release, "This exhibition brings his [Modigliani's] art to the fore -- the beautifully composed and sympathetic paintings, as well as the less well-known ventures in sculpture." Modigliani's influences came from a variety of Western and non-Western sources such as African and Oceanic art, Symbolism, Fauvism and Cubism. He was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

313 (6 3) The TEXAS WESLEYAN oct 0 6 2003 Happy Valentine's Day from the stuff of The Rambler February 12, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. 3 News Briefs Valentine's Party A Valentine's Day party will be held in the Stella Russell Hall basement at 9p.n#Fed. 13 .jaaMprB President's Honors The university's music students will present the President's Honor's Con- cert on Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Nicholas Martin Hall. Homecoming Wesleyan's homecom- ing will be the week of Feb. 24 to March 1. The week of activities will be posted on Feb. 17. Canned Food Drive The Student Life Office are accepted canned good throughout the month of February. Donors of five or more cans will be entered into a drawing on March 3 to receive a certificate to Joe T. Garcia's. MTV's "Road Rules" The group Ladies Interested in Alpha Kappa Alpha has invited Kefla from MTV's Road Rules' season six to speak during free period at 10:50 a.m. on Feb. 25 in the Eastroom in the Library. Correction In the Feb. 5 articl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

2 February 12, 2003 News The Rambler rla Photo courtesy of Wesleyan language Training Center The Wesleyan Language Training Center in Lushun. Dalian. China is equipped with a computerized language lab and an English book library. Classes there began in October 2002. The program was initiated by AsiaLink. which Ls helping Chiuese students learn English to prepare them for Western universities. China, from page I 1992 when I went to a summer program to teach English to Chinese middle school teachers. I had no particular interest before then to go to China. Every since that program 1 looked for opportunities to go over there to live and work." The Chinese partners are funding this project. "We pro- vide the teaching at no expense but we are reimbursed for the costs. So there are no expendi- tures." said Jeffcoat. "Currently their English program is similar to the pro- gram we have here," said Graham. "The main goal is for them to be able to enter a regular English-speaking university p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

The Rambler Opinions February 12, 2003 3 When the smoke clears, Mayor Laura Miller puts the butt out on American business The recent measure passed to ban smoking in restaurants among other public places in Dallas aims to create a healthier community, but the noble intentions are overshadowed by the unjust demand on restaurant owners to forfeit their rights to decide what is beneficial for their own businesses. Supporters' first misconception is to suppose that the new law provides citizens with an impressive meas- ure of new freedom — to enjoy smoke-free air as they dine. What the ban actually allows is the government to shove aside the rights of business owners so that the government's preferences dictate how restaurants serve their customers. A mandate requiring owners to ban smoking is just as intrusive as a ludicrous policy that would order own- ers to accommodate smokers by permitting smoking even if the owners prefer to disallow it. Though smoking is a dangerous practice and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

4 February 12. Campus Life The Rambler It pays to think cheaply when thinking gifts for your sweetie Rachel Carter MANA GING EDITOR For anyone short of ideas, cash or time for Valentine's Day, here are ideas that are cheap, quick and romantic — along with a few tricks of the trade to survive the gift-giving holiday. Cards and the Cute and Cuddly Stuff Can't decide between funny or mushy cards? Go to the Hallmark store and buy three cards and get one free -— and for $5.95 more, you get the "From My Heart" bear where you can store the card selections and maybe something chocolate in the bear's red zippered heart. Peanuts' "Be Mine" stuffed ani- mal set, Snoopy with a "Be Mine" heart and Cupid Woodstock, is $18.95. It pos- sesses a ccrtain sweet childish quality. Last year's popular "Kiss Kiss Bears" were dropped by Hallmark this year to promote the "From My Heart Bear" instead. However, some "Kiss Kiss" bears are not yet extinct: Some have been spotted in the Hallmark store on Harwood...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

The Rambler Sports February 12, 2003 5 Men's basketball wins highlight-filled game over Wiley Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The men's basketball team improved to 10-4 in Red River Athletic Conference play and snapped a two-game losing streak with their 77- 69 victory over Marshall- based Wiley College on Monday night at home. Joey Gladney led the way against Wiley once again, just as he did when the two team's first met on Jan. 30. On that date, Gladney went off for 26 points off the bench to lead all scorers. This time around, how- ever, he had to fill the big shoes and starting spot in the lineup of Marcus Johnson, who sat on the bench in street clothes due to ineligibility. Gladney finished with an impressive and authorita- tive double-double. He found nylon on eight of his Photo by Faith Beverly David Johnson punches one down in Monday night's win over Wiley. 13 tries from the floor for 20 points, which once again led the Rams in offen- sive output, and also cleaned the windows n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

6 February 12, 2003 Sports The Rambler Lady Rams bounce back after defeat by Jarvis Nathan mutchler STAFF WRITER On Feb. 10, the Lady Rams of Texas Wesleyan were hoping to bounce back from their home loss to Jarvis Christian College against the Lady Wildcats of Wiley College.The Lady Rams did just that and ended their three game losing streak in style in front of their home crowd. It was a hard-fought, fast-paced contest highlighted by Wiley College's dedication to the full-court press and Wesleyan's composure. From the beginning Wiley tried to run Wesleyan to death, but Wesleyan kept cool and came out on top. After starting out even, Wiley started to pull away after tiring Wesleyan and capitalizing on the turnovers their full-court press created. With 3:11 remaining in the half Wiley took advantage of two Wesleyan turnovers to tie the game at 20. Wiley continued to pressure the Lady Rams in the backcourt, but the press eventually began to falter and Wiley's lead was cut to 3 points...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 February 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n'Ends February 12, 2003 7 Comments How do you plan to spend Valentine's Day? Jay-P Perez Sophomore Pre-Law 'Staying out of trouble." Christine Pierce Sophomore Mass Communication "Making Mexican chicken and hang- ing out with some friends." Valen Little Freshman Exercise Sport Studies 'Running a volleyball tournament. Justin Chastang Sophomore Business Sports Management "Bed-and-breakfast with bubbly and Halle Berry." Shawii Loudermill Junior Biology 'Watching the movie Dare Devil." Tamela Belton Freshman Math and Psychology "My boyfriend doesn't believe in Valentine's Day, so we are going to watch a movie in mv dorm room." Photos by Faith Beverly HELP WANTED Gingiss Formalwear Now hiring part-time associates for the Hulen, Ridgmar and Northeast mall locations. No experience required; will train. Flexible schudule; perfect for college students. Call Mr. Branch at (817) 307- 4753. DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO EARN THE GREEN BERET? If your answer is yes, then the Un...

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