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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

4 April 9, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Wesleyan students give to the community through art Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Three students from Wesleyan recently participated in a community project working to improve the facade of East Lancaster Avenue with a mural extending nearly the length of a football field at 1316 E. Lan- caster Ave. The mural, presented by Southeast Fort Worth Inc. and the Near East Side Neighborhood Association with financial support from the Paulos Foundation, is said to be the largest work of public art in North Texas, according to its Web site at www.community- harmony.com. It is 356 feet long and 25 feet wide, painted across the Rhythm Band Instruments building. The mural entitled "A Community in Harmony" was designed by Ken Sutherland of the Sutherland Creative Group and "will provide considerable added momentum to the growth of neighborhood pride and indi- vidual self w orth within Southeast Fort Worth," Sutherland stated in a proposal report detaili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

The Rambler Sports April 9, 2003 5 Senior Aaron Whaley appointed new JV Basketball head coach Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Aaron Whaley, a senior guard on this year's Men's Basketball team, has been appointed the new head coach of the Junior Varsity Basketball team for the 2003-2004 season by Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Men's Basketball Coach Terry Waldrop. Whaley is a three-year letterman and will graduate in May. Many have credited him to be a huge reason the Rams have done so well the past two years. The squad has racked up season win totals of 21 and 22 wins respectively and appeared in postseason play in both sea- sons behind the leadership of Whaley. Waldrop said that Whaley was the best choice for the job. "Aaron has been a fixture at Wesleyan for the past three seasons," Waldrop stated, "and he has distin- guished himself as a leader, a person of outstanding character and someone who is an exemplary role model as a student athlete." According to Waldrop, these ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

6 April 9, 2003 Odds 'n'Ends The Rambler Campus Comments 'What is one of your favorite memories at Wesleyan?" Ms. Ann Reed Assistant Professor of Education "Living in O.C. Hall for a month with three kids, a husband, and one dog the year my husband first started his career at Wesleyan." Dr. Bill Hailey Wesleyan President 1991 and Provost 1978-1989 "The Wesleyan class of 1955 would have wars with the freshmen. We would capture them and tie them up all around campus." Ms. Aileen Curtin Assistant Professor of Education "I took 18 hours of critical thinking with Dr. [Ron] Reed. I remember thinking and talking about philosophy with him often." Mr. Peter Colley Associate Professor of Art "Building 'Big Red' — the sculpture that sits on the corner of Wesleyan and Rosedale." Ms. Kit Hall Chair of the Art Department 'One morning, I found a 12-foot penis in front of the art building with large white trash bags thrown across the lawn." Dr. Carlos Martinez Dean of the School of Education "Dr. R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends April 9, 2003 7 King Crossword ACROSS 1 Alfred E.'s . mag 4 Head of st. 7 "The Thin Man" pet 11 Settled down 13 Eggs 14 Fairy-tale preposition 15 Long cut 16 Up to, poeti- cally 17 Castle materi- al 18 Affixed a sig- nature 20 Problem with plastic? 22 Outdo 24 Of three parts 28 Dumbfounded by 32 Bother 33 African repub- lic 34 Trail relent- lessly 36 Evergreen 37 Greek island 39 Photo-copies 41 Arlen or Ramis 43 Congress out- put 44 Lean and sinewy 46 Family sub- division 50 Carving stone 53 Lummox 55 Nevada city 56 Eastern potentate 57 Night flier 58 Take to tne lake 59 June hon- orees 60 Thickness 61 Inc.. overseas DOWN 1 Amahl's night visitors Alda or Ladd Frisbee Received "Amores" poet Gentleman's gentleman 7 Dr. Evil's foe 8 Hot tub 9 Heavy weight 10 Moreover 12 Second "Lord of the Rings" movie 19 a deer ..." 21 Lingerie pur- chase 23 Spacecraft compartment 25 Bell Labs computer sys- tem 26 What "the poor dog had" 27 Scrutinizes 28 Desire 29 7-Across' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 April 2003

8 April 9, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler TAeatre Wesleyan presents 'Songs for a New WorCd' Elisha Cole Photo provided by Connie Whitt-Lambert Stefanie Nelms, Emily Cherry, Alex Vorse and Patrick James, kneeling, perform in the spring musical. STAFF WRITER Texas Weslevan University's Theatre Wesleyan will present "Songs for a New World" by Tony Award- winning composer Jason Robert Brown. The 49th Spring Musical, produced by Theatre Department Chairwoman Connie Whitt-Lambert, will be a mixture of various musical styles and poignant narratives. The music styles will include those of rhythm-and-blues, pop and gospel. There will also be fervent ballads to help promote the inspirational stories relayed. "Songs for a New World" is a 'revue-style' musical based in "story song," which illus- trates the emotions and hopes of the characters. Something of importance is happening in the lives of each one of the charac- ters, thus making them ponder change and wish for something different. The u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

The bier April 16, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. 9 News Briefs Children's art exhibition The public is invited to an opening reception of the Children's Art Exhibition from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on East Room Gallery of the library on April 16. For more information call Kit Hall at (817) 531-4984. World percussion recital Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the student World Percussion Ensemble per- formance as well as other student solo artists during the recital hour from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. April 16. Pool party There will be a pool party and cookout at 7 p.m. on campus on April 24. For more information call Stacy Nestor at ext. 4871. Robing deadline near Graduating students must turn in their robing cards designating the pro- fessor that will robe the graduate in the Alumni office by April 25. Poetry reading In celebration of National Poetry Month, there will be a free Coffeehouse Poetry Reading of original and favorite works from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 28 in the East ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

News 2 April 16, 2003 The Rambler Social Security numbers on I.D. cards could make students vulnerable to identity theft hackers Keidra Shinal and Calvin McCray STAFF WRITERS University of Texas at Austin computer science major Christopher Andrew Phillips was convicted of hacking into a university system and stealing Social Security numbers and other personal information from more than 55,000 students and faculty last month, according to media reports. With so many recent electronic attacks on schools in North Texas, some students at Wesleyan have become concerned about the safety of their personal information, due to the fact that Social Security numbers are on stu- dent identification cards. Wesleyan Security defends this practice by saying that the school's database uses last name and Social Security numbers, so printing them on I.D. cards is nec- essary on cards to enable the matching of names to faces. Freshman mass communication major Arrington Smith said he was not aware that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

The Rambler Opinions April 16, 2003 3 The time is due for a new you Ayah Sayyed A person should be judged by his or her personality and attitude toward life. But, sadly, many people are judged by the clothes they wear. For a college student who doesn't have the cash flow at the moment, it's hard to look good with inexpensive clothes. Last week, I got to do my favorite hobby: shopping! Actually, not for myself, but for a makeover for one lucky person at Wesleyan. Chelsea Rhodes, a sopho- more advertising major, ——— was happy to volunteer. I took Chelsea to North East Mall, where we made our way to The Gap. School, date, and a night out were the categories I decided to make Chelsea look fabulous in. Our first mission was to trample the "school look." 1 wanted Chelsea to feel comfy, yet chic. Placing her in cropped pants was the best idea for the spring- time. Ladies, no matter if you have "too much booty in the pants" or just have no hips, cropped pants show the curves you need, or ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

4 April 16, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Impacted as a journalist in war, Sewell is changed today Whitney Fowler CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR The reality of war extended its impact on mass communication professor Dr. Michael Sewell beyond the few weeks that he interact- ed with soldiers — men whose duty led them to serve on the battle- grounds of Vietnam. Sewell, now teaching at Wesleyan, was sent as a journalist for a South Carolina newspaper in 1967 to interview soldiers from the newspaper's circulation area. The war-wrought land with its tropical climate of hot and humid September days became the setting for Sewell's first experience in wartime correspondence. "1 jokingly used to tell people... that it was like being in Disney Land — it's just so completely different from what anyone could imagine here," he said. "Any war is a little bit like that." Sewell traveled extensively during his brief stint in Vietnam, working out of Saigon and frequently traveling to other sites in search of sold...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

The Rambler Sports April 16,2003 5 Rams' baseball team sweeps Wiley College Nathan Mutchler STAFF WRITER The Wesleyan Rams' Baseball team went undefeated this weekend against the Wildcats of Wiley College. The teams played once on Friday and twice on Saturday. All three games were played at LaGrave field in downtown Fort Worth. On Friday, the Rams, who managed to get 13 runs off of only six hits, won by way of the ten run rule. After scoring in every inning and putting 32 runners on base, the Rams put the Wildcats out of their misery in the sev- enth inning as Michael Greene stole home after a wild pitch. The game started off well with Matt Putman grounding to short to bring Nathan Murrell home. Putman started off the third inning with a double that started the Rams on their way to a three-run inning. The Wildcats were able to get on the board in the fourth, but they would never catch the Rams. Solid base running and numerous errors by Wiley College fielders allowed the Rams to ease...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

6 April 16, 2003 Odds 'n' Ends The Rambler Campus Comments 'What was your favorite part of Ram Jam?" Alisa Williams Freshman Political science "The basketball shoot-out contest. 1 got the chance to beat some guys, and the snowcones were great for the extremely hot day." Sterling Lewis Sophomore Criminal justice "The hamburgers. Also, the Lambda Kappa Kappa volleyball game was the shiz-nit." Linda Leitgeb Sophomore Education 'The Gamma Sigma Sigma water balloon fight. Jimmy Bridges Senior Marketing "Watching Faith Beverly win the pie- eating contest." Marian Crossley Secretary to the Division of Humanities "The bands. The young lady on the saxophone was really, really good." Tiffany Garcia Freshman Biology Listening to Space Monkey.' Photos by Faith Beverly hocus -i oc;us HENRY •OLTINOFF Find at s*mmis poms « v| Aos S e*ooq jo pvataut •s«o apq sen wo 9 luaJOUIP w H > «ooO «■ ojjl e OotBBfUJ SI MOfl Z iuomuip S| uflts ioomos I :«®oo«J n<a <02003 King Features, Inc. Ballroom &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends April 16, 2003 7 ACROSS 1 Greet the villain 5 Energy 8 Lean-to 12 Ear-related 13 Zsa Zsa's sis 14 Novice 15 Bruins' sch. 16 It can put you out 18 Diamond shapes 20 South Carolina river 21 Treaty 23 "Holy macker- el!" 24 Hector's slay- er 28 Created a blueprint 31 Demure 32 Durable mate- rial 34 Retiree's acronym 35 Lincoln in-law 37 Lone 39 Type of roast 41 Depend (on) 42 Kitchen fix- tures 45 Huey, Dewey, or Louie 49 Sanitary 51 Tittle 52 Inaugurate 53 Tribute in verse King Crossword 1 54 Without supply 33 Marathon 55 Character 8 Pelted fraction 56 Spitball 9 Uncontrollable 36 "Hair-spray" 57 Snare outburst star 10 Great Lake 38 Keyboard DOWN 11 Medicinal operator 1 Session with quantity 40 Spell-down a shrink 17 Rundown 42 Attempt 2 Desire horse 43 Proof-reader's 3 Grain reposi- 19 Hairless catch tory 22 Choir member 44 February fore- 4 Italian 24 Performance cast seafood 25 Bill's partner 46 Frost recipe 26 2/3 of water 47 Sicilian spouter 5 Cars, e.g. 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 April 2003

8 March 16, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler CM<fr@D's yJ\ri p^iDtS the t©AA?D Jaclyn Gonzales ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Pablo Picasso said, "It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child." His statement cap- tures the essence of the Fifth Annual Texas Wesleyan University Children's Art Exhibition ongoing in the East Room of the Eunice and James L. West Library. The exhibit showcases 55 pieces of artwork from 35 chil- dren, a now 23-year-old and one dog of the Wesleyan community. Children of the faculty, staff, stu- dents and members of the Poly Methodist Church range from 2- on up to 12-year-olds. Kit Hall, Department of Art Chairwoman, began the annual Photo by Faith Beverly The Vincent van Gogh bench is exhibited in the East Room. exhibit in 1999 when she became a grandmother. She said the exhibit validates the chil- dren's own creativity and pro- vides an opportunity for them to be proud of themselves and their work. Perhaps in the future, they wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

10 (c 3} TEXAS WESLEYAN oct 0 6 2003 The April 23, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 89, No. 10 News Briefs Pool party There will be a pool party and cookout at 7 p.m. on campus on April 24. For more information call Stacy Nestor at ext. 4871. Robing deadline close Graduating students must turn in their robing cards designating the pro- fessor that will robe the graduate to the Alumni Office by April 25. Poetry reading In celebration of National Poetry Month there will be a free Coffeehouse Poetry Read- ing of original and favorite works from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 28 in the East Room of the Libraiy. Book fair There will be a Schol- astic Book Fair on April 30 in the East Room of the Library. For more informa- tion call Stacy Nestor at ext. 4871. Support the troops Send an e-mail to "Operation Dear Abby." Go to anyservicemember. navy.mil or www.operationu- plink.oig. Sign a virtual thank you card at the Defend America Web site: www.defendameri- ca.mil/nnam.html. Donate a calling card to h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

2 April 23, 2003 News The Rambler Service, from page 1 has been in existence since 1890, when people say we're not going to make it and the budget prob- lems will never be solved. We are Saturday people when we know the university will be strong for [another 113 years]. We were Saturday people after 9-11 when so many lives were lost. We're Saturday people when we go to liberate a country. We are Saturday people when we fight terror- ism, and knowing that that kind of violence can change," he said. "On Friday they thought it was over but we know better, it's not finished." Rev. Jeff Miller Following the service stu- dents in attendance voiced their opinions about the war. "I'm hoping that it's not ending prematurely, but I'm glad that it's ending. I'm glad that we will be able to set up a new government in Iraq. Hopefully it's not one that's prone to tyranny like the last one," said Devlin DeCutler, a junior musical theater major who has a long-time friend deployed in Saudi Arabia. "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

The Rambler Opinions April 23, 2003 3 Rap battles aren't like they used to be, and they aren 9t good for the hip-hop music industry The idea of a rap battle is a primary foundation to the Hip-Hop culture. MC's have been going head to head on the mic for as long as rap has existed. Some legendaiy battles have included LL Cool J vs. Kool Moe D and Ice Cube vs. Eazy-E. The "dis" record is, and has always been, a big part of Hip-Hop. A long-time debate in the industry on the issue of the rap battle is now constantly being rekindled with the recent rap battles such as Nas vs. Jay-Z and Ja Rule vs. 50 Cent. Rap has grown so much. It has come out of its infancy to become a full-blown culture, not the subculture it once was. But with this expanding circle of influence, shouldn't responsibility also be included? ______ The rap battle of today, I am sorry to say, is nothing like the rap battle back in the day. The battle of the past spoke purely about a person's skills. Today the battle is a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

4 April 23, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler FirstPot Squat' to be hosted at Texas Wesleyan Gamma Sigma Sigma and Kappa Alpha (formerly known as Sons of Sakkara) will soon be seen on campus collecting money for the "Seeing Eye Charity Fund" in an unconven- tional manner in one of the cra- ziest philanthropy mixers ever. The "Seeing Eye" is a char- ity that funds the development of those helpful furry little crea- tures that serve as companions and guides to the blind. Gamma Sigma Sigma and Kappa Alpha will be hosting the first ever "Pot Squat" beginning April 24, in front of the library. There will be two toilets, "his" and "her's," and a member of each of the participating organizations will be staked out for 24 hours, sitting on the pots in order to raise donations. Local newspapers have been notified of this all-night event and both organizations are looking for the support of facul- ty, staff"and students, especially in the wee hours of the morning. There will be a tent city set up ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

The Rambler Sports April 23, 2003 5 Owens prepares for Pan-Am Games Kay Kayembe STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan is very fortunate to have a very tal- ented table tennis program. Among these talented ath- letes is Eric Owens. With an outstanding resume, including 2001 U.S. men's singles and doubles champion, 1999 Pan-Am Gold Medalist, member of the U.S. national team, third- ranked player in the U.S. and a current pre-med student with a 3.8 GPA, Owens qualified for the Pan-Am tourna- ment that will be held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic this August. The Pan-Am tournament only takes place every four years, the year prior to the Olympics. It is a very impor- tant event in which only players from North and South America are allowed to attend. Owens earned his place during spring break. The Wesleyan Table Tennis team went to Atlanta to compete in the qualifying tournament for the Pan-Am Games. Struggling a lot the first two days, Owens came back on the third day and won all three match...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

6 April 23, 2003 Odds 'n' Ends The Rambler Campus Comments 'What political changes does the U.S. need to make?" Emilio Barela Freshman Biology 'I don't know anything about politics." Thad Burns Junior Art "Things would be much different if Ross Perot was in the big seat. He would be able to organize everything with charts." Eric Owens Sophomore Biology 'Peace, not politics." Erich HofT Sophomore Art "In the words of Burt Bacharach, 'All the world needs now is love, sweet love,' and to get the Democrats back in the White House." Colleen Kennedy Junior Education "Increase teacher salaries." (Happy 21st birthday, Colleen!) Dusty Wright Sophomore Business "Legalize marijuana.' Photos by Faith Beverly SSi'M 0Z..AM 1 ff MADE YERV' .. ROAST \ UNGRY.'A FAV'RIT... CHICKEN,GRITS ) ffv THEV„. PIPJA HEAR \ f N0.A f VA PINT HEAR \ ( NO...) WAY... 'BOUT YER 1 I WOT?) NUTTIN" BOUT WOT) V S^_^AgUNCLE OTTO?/ j \^HAPPENCP ? J. — ' (PtNTPOPEYEX /lAINTSPOKE\ (WELL VDU JES'\/i.TH' BAP NEWS \ .' ' i\ ' ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 April 2003

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