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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 2003

4 March 13, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler New Wesleyan club trains members in speaking skills Rachel Carter MANAGING EDITOR Texas Wesleyan University welcomes a new club on cam- pus — Toastmasters International — to help students improve speaking skills. Speech professor Joe Brown and Business communi- cations professor Dr. Steve Heller have obtained approval for two separate Toastmasters' Club chapters to begin on cam- pus. Each chapter can have up to 20 members but must have 15 to start. Toastmasters International, established in 1924, is a speak- ing and leading organization that is used by more than one thousand corporations, universi- ties, government agencies and community groups. Each Toastmasters chapter will meet once a week for about an hour. In each of their meet- ings, Toastmasters covers skills such as conducting meetings, giving impromptu speeches, pre- senting prepared speeches and receiving constructive evalua- tions. Toastmasters also wants students to learn leadersh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 2003

The Rambler Sports March 13, 2003 5 Wesleyan victory takes men's basketball to semifinals Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The men's basketball team won its first round contest in the Red River Athletic Conference Tournament against Huston-Tillotson College on March 8. As the third seed, Wesleyan played host to the sixth-seeded Rams of Huston- Tillotson. After David Johnson won the tip-off command ingly, Wesleyan grabbed the first lead of the game with a Brad Schilder layup. The teams traded buckets for the next five minutes; the momentum, however, seemed to sway in Wesleyan's favor with the help of two monstrous flushes from Johnson. A good look and nice dime from sen- ior guard Aaron Whaley to fellow senior Kenneth Johnson, both of which were playing in their last contest on the Wesleyan hardwood, created a layup for Johnson and a four-point lead for Wesleyan. The resulting points, which made the score 13-9, at the 14:03 mark in the first half were part of a 9-0 run. Wesleyan then mai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 2003

6 March 13, 2003 Odds 'n' Ends The Rambler Campus Comments What was the last school-sponsored event that you attended at Wesleyan? Eddie Hernandez Freshman Business Psychology 'The basketball game last week. Cynthia Mayberry Sophomore Psychology "Last semester I went to a concert held at the Law Sone." el-Hajj McClelland Senior Sports Management 'The party hosted by the Sons of Sakkara at Sol Y Luna." □ Lakesia Frazier-Polk Freshman Undecided "An ice cream sundae party for the incoming freshmen for the spring of 2002." Tim Smith Sophomore English "I listened to part of the Messiah sung by the Wesleyan choir last year in the Law Sone." Elena Cazares Junior International Business Administration "The Halloween party sponsored by the Student Government Association in 2001." Photos by Faith Beverly Why put off college when the Army National Guard can get you there right now': When you serve part-time in the Guard you can earn fill kinds of benefits. Best of all you can serve your country...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 2003

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 2003

8 March 13, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler W©sl©yiuni*s 'Tke; Requitem* awakens tke soil Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Death is inevitable yet, when it is upon us, it embroils our emotions. We are left with a confrontation of our individual beliefs and attitudes towards death and eternal rest. Texas Wesleyan's masterful perform- ance, The Requiem, was an ele- vating and serene rendition of Gabriel Faure's Messe de Requiem which perceives death as a joyful deliverance or "hap- piness beyond the grave." The Wesleyan Singers were joined by the Arapaho United Methodist Chancel Choir and orchestra members from the Dallas Opera Orchestra in a two- day performance of The Requiem, part of the "Landscape" series of events under the division of Visual and Performing Arts at Wesleyan. Jeff Walter, associate profes- sor of music and conductor of The Requiem, began composing the immense production last summer. He chose Faure's Requiem, a unique interpretation of the traditional solemn lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

The bier April 2, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. 7 News Briefs Ram Jam Students are invited to enjoy live music, free food sand volleyball and more at Ram Jam from 11:30 a.m.to 3:30 p.m. April 12 on outside Dora's dinning facility. Mail to servicemembers Mail Boxes Plus, a locally owned and operated postal center, is offering free mailing services to locally deployed service members in Operation Enduring Freedom(Afgh- anistan). The facility is located at 3023 S. Univer-sity Drive across from Texas Chritian University. Call (817) 926-4969 for hours and information. Job fair Area businesses will conduct preliminary job interviews from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 15 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, Round Up Inn. Call (817) 390-7866 for more infor- mation. Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta inter- national pre-law fraternity is accepting membership applications. Officer posi- tions are available. Elec- tions will be held April 22. Contact Vice-President, Aftan Wright, at aftan- wright@...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

News 2 April 2, 2003 The Rambler Two Wesleyan seniors present research project results at conference Rachel Carter MANAGING EDITOR Two students, senior accounting major Courtney Boyce and senior marketing major Chris Mosteller, rep- resented Texas Wesleyan University with their projects at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research, which was at the University of Utah March 12-15. The NCUR encourages undergraduate students to create their own research projects and to develop research, presentation and public speaking skills, according to the organization. The mission of the NCUR is to promote undergraduate research scholarship and cre- ative activity done in partnership with facul- ty or other mentors as a vital component of higher education, the organization'? Web site ———— said. This year 2,400 students attended. The only other college in the Metroplex to attend was Texas Christian University. Boyce and Mosteller developed their topics according to their own interests, said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

The Rambler Opinions April 2, 2003 3 Students square off: Speaking out about Operation Iraqi Freedom In being American we are given the freedoms of speech and protest. Throughout the history of our nation we have continually pushed the threshold of these liberties. A hundred years ago, Eminem, commonly credited with furthering the movement of free speech, would have been locked up for treason. But now it seems trendy for many citizens, particularly younger ones, to come togeth- er and shout out in one defiant chorus, "To hell with America," based simply upon ——— the war-like actions of the leaders that we, being of a democratic nation, are responsible for empowering. I, philosophically speaking, am an idealist. If 1 were strolling through an Arabian desert, and stumbled upon a genie-wielding lamp, I would wish that there were no countries, or boundaries to restrict the growth, progress and evolu- tion of the human race. I would wish for not an American version, but a pure form of de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

4 April 2, 2003 Opinions The Rambler Prank wars best bet to end apathy on campus I think everyone can agree that the Wesleyan campus is lacking a certain something. Some say school spirit. Some think it's the absence of attractive people. Some say it's good food. Some say it's the lack of working computers. Some say it's a complete cheerleading squad. I think I may have actu- ally come up with what it is. This campus needs Prank Wars. Prank Wars start out as petty practical jokes at a friend's expense. Then that friend decides to repay the pleasure with just enough of a crack to one up the previ- ous prankster. Then it escalates. And grows into an all-out battle of one- upsmanship. Prank Wars can create school spirit, or at least pride in one's organizations. Pranks can be pulled at any time, which is good on this less than thrilling campus, any place and on anyone for any reason, or for no reason whatsoever. I, personally, think the best reason is no reason. Pranks are the ultimate...

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

The Rambler Campus Life April 2, 2003 5 Day celebrates sharing scholarship Elisha Cole STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan will hold its fifth annual University College Day on April 8. The University College Day is celebrated in the spirit of scholarship and commitment to multidisciplinary inquiry, said Dr. Ann Reed, chairwoman of the University College Com- mittee. Philosophy blended with expertise will be used to help answer the basic questions of life and how we live it, she said. The celebration will be an, "opportunity for faculty and stu- dents to share scholarship. This sharing shows a commitment to multidisciplinary inquiry and a dialogic way of teaching," Reed said. The importance of learning, belief, the treatment of others and disciplines will be presented by a variety of departments. The day will pose questions such as "How should I live my life?" and "How should 1 treat those around me?" "The university should be a place where a variety of differ- ent disciplines come together ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

6 April 2, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Wesleyan students reveal differing views on lifestyles of promiscuity Unless you have learned to complete- ly block out the gossip around every cor- ner of America, you are well awa/e that sex is one of the most debated topics run- ning rampant through society; and that may even be true for the collegiate gener- ation. Everyone has an opinion on the mat- ter. Whether that opinion applies to their own personal situations and beliefs, or has been made in contradiction to the opinions and practices of another. The never-ending chain of rumors reflects the magnitude of the controversy. On March 31,1 set out to the Quad to get the scoop straight from the mouths of my fellow Wesleyan students. They were unfortunate enough to stumble into the tractor beam of my random promiscuity survey, and for close to an hour, I labored endlessly to get the responses of 25 men and 25 women. The survey was composed of five short questions. The first, and, of course...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

The Rambler Sports April 2, 2003 7 Wesleyan baseball collects two wins and three losses James Haney SPORTS EDITOR The Wesleyan baseball team played a home doubleheader March 26 against Hamline University. Going into the games, the Rams held a 14-13-1 record for the 2003 season, and after game one of the day, they saw that record improve to 15-13-1 on the strength of a dominat- ing, six-inning game, which the ten-run mercy rule was judged in Wesleyan's favor. Daniel Faulkner threw all six innings for the Rams allowing no walks and giv- ing up no runs on only six total hits and three strikeouts. With exceptional pitching by Faulkner, and a sound defense, Wesleyan's offense was given plenty of opportunity to work. In the first inning, Wesleyan left the bases loaded when they received their third out, however the shutout was short lived. In the second. Cole Henry batted in Eric Casias with a triple to deep center. He, in turn, was sent across the plate by a Billy Eaton single to right. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

8 April 2, 2003 Sports The Rambler Men's basketball team looks forward to a bright tomorrow Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Wesley an men's basketball team, still relatively fresh off a 22-12 season, is looking ahead to next season with inten- tions of resolving some unfinished busi- ness. After playing the best all-around half of basketball of the season, Wesley an ran into problems with "fatigue, foul trouble and a limited bench...in the second half," according to Head coach Terry Waldrop. Despite eight blocks in the game from junior forward David Johnson, who led the nation in blocked shots with 4.72, Jarvis Christian still managed to shoot 56.7-percent from the floor in the second half, including six of 13 from beyond the money line. The Rams, however, only connected on 10 of 32 shots for 31,3-per- cent after firing 52.8-percent in the first frame. The hot-cold combination proved to be too much for Wesleyan in the end. Despite losing, 80-70, in the semifi- nals of the Red River...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n'Ends April 2, 2003 9 Campus Comments 'Why do you get out of bed in the morning?" Lacey Freeman Sophomore Psychology 'Because I have to go to the bathroom some time." Brian Michael Sophomore Theater "Because I hate my alarm clock with a passion with the fire of 1,000 suns." Hope Hurlburt Senior Business 'To kick my hung-over boyfriend out of bed." Jerame Browning Sophomore Theater "Because the slow march to death has to begin with at least one footstep." Casey McMahen Sophomore Theater "Because I got no other place to go." Thurston Tyler Junior Business/Psychology "To wake up to the opportunities to experience something new." Photos by Faith Beverly ) P l"MI. "" ' King Crossword ACROSS 1 Enthusiast 4 Gentle souls 9 GE merger initials 12 Mrs McKinley 13 Winglike 14 Every last crumb 15 Given to plundering 17 Young seal 18 Adlai's oppo- nent 19 Puts into words 21 Prison VIP 24 Medal earner 25 Altar constel- lation 26 Archery-bow wood 28 Baseball great Roger 31 Mischi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

10 April 2, 2003 Odds 'n'Ends The Rambler try Corner im Souls of Evil In each of our souls, there is a place of darkness that no one can enter. It is in that very corner that hatred and the signs of evil form. Evil lurks in this place with resentment,finding new ways to exit and to release its unmoral ways to society. It pushes each of your buttons knowing which one will let itself out, but it torments you until it gains more power for its fiendish thoughts. You, helpless, feeble person that believes that it will never come out of you. You depress it more and more into your heart Highway 6 a.m., riding back home. My friends are all asleep, except for the driver and me. Our sea green nineteen eighty's Chevy car amazingly has not broken down yet. I look outside, looking at the other cars on the highway. Watching the Sunrise. Cars pass by. It is quiet in the car, all I hear is the heavy breathing by one of my friends. I look at my friends sleeping one on top of another with peaceful fa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 April 2003

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

12 April 2, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler Ule/leyon Jazz Bond /wing/ lo Addison Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Texas Wesleyan's Jazz Band will compete in the 3rd Annual North Texas Jazz Festival in Addison. Select and honorable jazz bands across the country will participate in what is emerging as one of the most suc- cessful jazz festivals in the United States. The festival runs April 4-6 at the Hotel Inter-Continental. In past years, the town of Addison and the University of North Texas Division of Jazz Studies have collaborated to produce festivities of professional musicians performing memorable concerts with the UNT One O' Clock and Two O'Clock Lab Bands, Jazz singers and the Faculty Septet. An educational component has been added this year. The 1st Annual School Festival will feature the best big bands, combos and jazz vocal groups from the nation's leading schools and universities. Applicants across the nation submitted recordings to UNT Division of Jazz Studies last ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

The April 9, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. 8 News Briefs Senior class meeting This year's graduating seniors must meet in the Science Lecture Theatre from 10:50 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. during free period on April 10 for graduation information and to pick up graduation ceremony tick- ets. Students who attended the April 5 meeting will not have to attend this meeting. For more information con- tact Peter Phaiah at ext. 6504. Mail to service members Mail Boxes Plus, a locally owned and operated postal center, is offering free mailing services to locally deployed service members in Operation Enduring Freedom(Afgh- anistan). The facility is located at 3023 S. University Drive across from Texas Chritian University. Call (817) 926- 4969 for hours and infor- mation. Job fair Area businesses will conduct preliminary job interviews from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 15 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center, Round Up Inn. Call (817) 390-7866 for more infor- mation. Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Delta inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

News 2 April 9, 2003 The Rambler Free food and activities for all students at Ram Jam Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR "Ram Jam," a day of live music, free food, games, contests and prizes is scheduled for April 12, from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the outdoors area between Dora's dining hall and the library at Wesleyan, according to the Office of Student Life. "Ram Jam is an annual live music festi- val that is hosted by Student Life and Stu- dent Organizational Advisory Committee. It is simply to encourage students to get in- volved in activities on campus and to have fun while in school. "It is an outlet before finals, and it also gives our students who are in bands a chance to perform and possibly gain a following," Student Activities Coor- dinator Stacy Nestor said. N'Qya Hodges, a local R&B/Hip- Hop female singer and songwriter is scheduled to open the event with the singing of the National Anthem at 11:30 a.m. Music performances will include Joseph Bobula following the singi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

The Rambler Opinions April 9, 2003 3 Agree or disagree, but be tolerant of opinions around you The principle of tolerance involves toleration of a wide range of beliefs and moral values. It would allow individuals and groups the opportunity to express fully their diverse beliefs, practices and lifestyles. This principle presupposes an open, democratic society, which respects human rights. It also encourages artistic, intel- lectual, scientific, religious, philosophical and moral freedom. The word and the idea are one of the most important aspects of the American fabric. Still the principle of tolerance is not an absolute. Especially in a society where racism still con- tinues, a drug culture runs rampant, promiscu- ity and violence in the media are judged by a ——— profit ma-gin, and moral excellence is more of a punch line than a tradition. I wonder if we have forgotten tolerance, or if we have just become tolerant of the wrong things. The con- versations and opinions across the cou...

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