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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 2003

4 October 22, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Progressive concert is "successful failure," says conductor Alex Vorse STAFF WRITER The Wesleyan Singers were supposed to travel all across campus, singing for meetings, classes and gatherings in their innovative Progressive Concert last week. After the ensemble received three "reservations" for private concerts, Jeff Walter, conductor and associate profes- sor of music, called the experi- ence "a successful failure." Walter said that the concert was a success in a number of ways. "The choir sang well, han- dling the challenges of the situa- tion," he said. The frustrated maestro explained that it can be difficult to perform in various locations because it alters the sound atmosphere. "It can really de- stroy a choir's execution, if they can't hear other members of the choir, or if they sound strange, it's easy to make mistakes — big ones. That happened when we sang outside in the blowing wind. But that's what it's all about: facing those c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 2003

The Rambler Sports October 22, 2003 5 Carrion earns award, breaks team season record Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF With several conference honors and a few records under her belt, Lady Rams' soccer sensation Jessica Carrion has been having another great year and is a huge reason that the club is currently 9-7. The sophomore forward from Fort Worth was once again named co-player of the week by the Red River Athletic Conference on Oct. 14 for her outstanding play the previous week. The Lady Rams had only one contest on the week. That was enough, however, for Carrion to accumulate four netfinders. The four goals came in a 7-1 victory against Texas A&M-lnternational. Carrion has only failed to score in five of the team's matches thus far in the season, accord- ing to a press release. "[She] has been on fire all season," head coach Steve Jones said in a press release. "We have a tough stretch of games in the next cou- ple of weeks so hopefully she can keep this up." Carrion wasted no ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 2003

6 October 22, 2003 Sports The Rambler Men's soccer drop game to Bacone, knock off no. 21 OCU Nathan Mutchler STAFF WRITER The men's soccer team had a successful trip to Oklahoma last week, drawing one game and winning another. The Rams faced conference rival Bacon College on Wednesday as they tried to hold their second- place spot in the Red River Athletic Conference. The game, which was being played on a sub-par field in hot afternoon sun, started off well with the Rams enjoying the majority of possession. Their attacking flair paid off" in the 18th minute when Mark Puente was fouled in the box and Rene Mercado successfully con- verted the penalty kick. Things then went downhill for the Rams as the Bacone Warriors scored four unanswered goals to put the Rams down three at half. An animated head coach Steve Jones rallied his troops, and the Rams looked like a new team when the second half started. A newfound spirit and brave play on both sides of the ball allowed the Rams to claw th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends October 22, 2003 7 BE A LEADER AMONG LEADERS Every Soldier in the U.S. Army learns how to become a leader - AN ARMY OF ONE. With your bachelor's degree, you can become an Army Officer and be a leader among leaders. In Officer Candidate School (OCS), you'll learn management and leadership techniques. Apply now. Openings are limited. > > Call Sergeant York at 806-359-3335 to find out about college loan repayment and more Army benefits. Or talk to a recruiter at the Amarillo Office, Ste G-4,200 Westgate Parkway in Amarillo, TX. MQN-FRI, 9^00 am-6=00 pm. wki mm goarmy.com 02001 f 4 by tf* U S *my Ail n|Ws 'wen-etf AN ARMY OF ONE New Breed "Mom. what does tick-took mean?" TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, but 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 counsel. James R. Mallory Attorney at Law 3024 Sandage Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76109-1793 (817)924-3236 Not...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 October 2003

8 October 22, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler Music faculty practice what they preach What if, once a year, your English teacher wrote a novel, your business instructor closed a big deal, and the guy who teaches government took a stab at the California gubernatorial race? What if the faculty kept up personal and professional work (discoveries, cre- ations, lectures) that pushed their academic credibility through the blue-and-gold roof? Assistant Professor of Music Dale Morehouse and Adjunct Music Instructor Emily Douglass do just that in the Music Department's Faculty Voice Recital Oct. 28 in Nicholas Martin Hall. When asked about his joint performance, baritone Morehouse cites the importance of faculty doing what they teach: "The faculty that I most respected as a stu- dent were the ones who put themselves on the line and practiced what they preached. Their performances showed me what to do and what not to do." This recital also serves as chance to introduce the department's new adj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 2003

o. 9t> (9) c..A The bier October 29, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 90, No. 8 News Briefs The Texas Wesley an MBA Power and Lead- ership graduate class is hostiri| a Leadership Sym- posium Nov. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:55 a.m. Regis- tration will be taken through Oct. 29. For mor© information, contact John Veilieux at (817)212-4064. Christmas Window Decorating Contest The Chaplain's1 Office will sponsor a window dec- orating contest at the end of November at the SUB with the theme of "The First Noel." Any student group recognized by SOAC is eli- gible to participate and prizes will be awarded to the first and second place group??. Registration forms will be passed out at the next SOAC meeting and they will be available in the Chaplain's Office. The deadline to register is Nov. 18. For more information, contact the Chaplain's Office at (817) 531-4461. Wesleyan Chapel Chapel speakers for the month of November in- clude the following: Trustee Dr. Jerry Chism on Nov. 4, student Tony Lever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 2003

2 October 29, 2003 News The Rambler Survey, from page 1 that even if they knew now what they had known before choosing Wesleyan, they would still have chosen to come here. The main problem students discussed included the food service, which was "highly criti- cized and rightfully so," Keaton said. Another main issue, accord- ing to Keaton, was concern for the lack of administrative sup- port in some of the major schools of the university. Security was another issue dis- cussed in addition to paperwork problems such as files getting lost and students not receiving their awards letters before the beginning of school. Jimmy Bridges, president of the Student Organization Activities Committee, said that the issue stressed was a commu- nication problem in the universi- ty such that the registrar, finan- cial aid and cashier's office does not know what the other office is doing. According to Cooper, SGA seeks to increase financial aid awareness in that the financial aid office, cashier's o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 2003

The Rambler Opinions October 29, 2003 3 Half-full or half-empty: Does it really matter? As I sit here on the brink of college graduation, I can't help but be over- whelmed by the numerous question marks lurking in the near future. I still don't know where I'm going to live, where I'm going to work, or what I'm going to do with my degree. And to tell you the truth, folks, I'm a bit fright- ened. Sometimes I spend entire nights lying in bed staring at the fan going around and around and around. And I try to single out one of the blades and follow it for as long as I can. But then my head starts to hurt and my eyes start to blur. Then I get sad because that fan is a perfect parallel to my waning college career. Disheartened, I go get a drink of water and I drink it until it's about half-empty. And then I realize something. Darn my luck, I'm one of those silly pessimists. Here I've been wasting away think- ing rationally and not being disappointed, and where has it gotten me? Nowhere. A...

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

4 October 29, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Story Time program promotes reading to Masonic children Alex Vorse STAFF WRITER After one hundred years of faithfiil serv- ice, The Masonic Home and School of Texas, just miles from Wesleyan, continues to provide shelter, family and an independent school district to Masonic orphans, children whose parents cannot care for them and transfer students. Wesleyan should find the Masonic Home a cornucopia of opportunity for community service and enrichment. Kathy Nichols, former Wesleyan librari- an, facilitated one such partnership - a read- ing program for Masonic students grades one through six in 2001. Nichols left Wesleyan to work as librarian for the Masonic Home, she and Sheri Parker, coor- dinator of library operations, asked Dr. Stacia Neeley, assistant professor of lan- guages and literature, to become the pro- gram's facilitator. Neeley says that she enthusiastically agreed, named the event "StoryTime" and set out to get volunteers. Sto...

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

The Rambler Campus Life October 29, 2003 5 Christine Peirce STAFF WRITER Student Government planning more events; taking suggestions Krizek, a pre-law student and vice president of student government, is the liaison chair. Currently, nothing has been set in stone and no date has been marked, but all students can expect it to be coming soon. Student Government is also still looking for repre- sentatives in categories such as business, education and arts & sciences, as well as at-large, and freshmen repre- sentatives. For more information on activities hosted by the SGA, stop by the SGA office located in the SUB between Quizno's and the lobby area across from the bathrooms; call (817) 531-2467; or e-mail the group at stugov@txwes.edu, or stop by one of the meetings held every Thursday in the Carter Conference Room at 4 p.m. The Student Government Association is currently busy with pushing student expectations forward to uni- versity officials, working on ideas for fund raisers and...

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

■ 6 October 29, 2003 Sports The Rambler Lady Rams clinch playoff spot with key win Damien McBrien STAFF WRITER With two games remaining in the conference, the lady Rams needed two wins for an automatic playoff berth, but dropping any points would lead the conference down to the wire. 1 he first game was a trip to nationally ranked Northwood University in Cedar Hill (14-2-1; 3-1 RRAC). The Lady Rams knew this was going to be a tough challenge but dug in from the start and played as a unit to apply early pressure to the Northwood goal. Northwood, however, proved to be a strong team and started to dominate the game, especially in the mid- field. The Lady Knights of Northwood opened the scor- ing in the 23rd minute when Emily Chadick headed a ball past Lady Ram goalkeeper Katrina Fishback on a loose ball in front of the net. The Lady Rams went into halftime down by a goal, but definitely not out of the game. The second half could not have begun any worse for the Wesleyan as a 40-yard dr...

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

The Rambler Odds 'n'Ends October 29, 2003 7 Campus Comments What are your Halloween plans for Oct. 31? Stephen Chronister Senior Religion Til be dressing up and going to work in a costume." Cortney Johansen Junior Art/Mass communication "Mine aren't very exciting --1 have a volleyball game in Midland-Odessa." Amanda May Freshman Undecided "I'm going to go to the costume party [on campus] and then my friend's house to decorate and help pass out candy." Chad Mills Junior Religion/humanities "All I can think of is a whole lot of nothing." Kareema Styles Freshman Accounting "I'll probably go to a haunted house. Jason Mitchell Nurse anesthesia "I'll probably be going out this week- end just to blow off a little steam." Photos by Whitney Fowler Remember to Tuesday, Nov. 4 is Election Day _ <§> 2003 King Features Syndicate. Inc. it's a Hdifllfiiitg HedlotMeen eostJ«we Conftesti Karaoke and festivities start at 9 p.m. Oct. 31 at Jack London's First prize $100 Second prize $50 Third pr...

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

8 October 29, 2003 Entertainment The Rambler Alcohol awareness, free pizza and Farewell Tour: Together at last James Haney By 10 a.m., the stage was erect, the pizza was ordered and The Farewell Tour trio busied themselves with last-minute equipment setups and instrument tunings. Months of anticipation and planning all came down to the next few hours and time for prepa- ration was at a close. Cody Hand, the primary organizer of the event, fumbled endlessly with the mess of cables and chords running in and out of the sound system and tweaked the appropriate knobs during sound check. Fifteen minutes before their highly over- publicized debut appearance, The Fare- well Tour, featuring guitarist James Haney, vocalist Greg Beck and drummer Danny Chism, sent a rumble throughout the entire campus compliments of the 500-watt PA system Student Life rented for the occasion. Needless to say, Alcohol Awareness Day was here, and the festivities were about to begin. Just a shade after noon on Oct...

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

qt) : <? (a..j) The November 5, 2003 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 90, No. 9 News Briefs Presidential Forum President Harold Jeffcoat will address stu- dent questions and con- cerns Nov. 6 during free period at Martin Hall. Faculty Piano Recital A faculty piano recital featuring Dr. Bruce McDonald and Dr. John Fisher will be held Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Nicholas Martin Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Music Department secretary Jessica Ann Whitt-Lambert at (817) 531-4992. Spring and May Term Registration Wesleyan seniors who have completed 91 credit hours or more may register for classes beginning at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 11 at the Office of Student Records. Students who attend weekend classes only may register in person at the Office of Student Records beginning at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 11. Juniors who have com- pleted 61 to 90 credit hours may register in person beginning 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 12. Sophomores who have completed 31 to 60 credit hours may regis...

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

A.& J $ 1 * 4 2 November 5, 2003 News The Rambler Elimination*, from page 1 The current proposal from the dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Dr Judith Knfcpatnck, to modify academic spending cails for the elimina- Uon of visiting that need to be offered," Kirkpatrick said The Daily Campus, the Southern Methodiit University (SML'j campus new spaper, reports that whik some faculty at SMU consider the trend of assistant profet- v/rs within the School of Arts and Sciences The univer- sity's obligations are generally to the tenured and tenured-tracked positions," Kirkpatrick said "I believe the idea is that letting these people know early enough on that they would have the chance to look for other posi- tions." According to Kirkpatrick, "What we're going through at Texas Wesleyan is not unusual. This is happening all across the country and virtually every insti- tution of higher education." Kirkpatrick said that the process is "a way of looking at pro- grams, re-examining what ...

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

The Rambler Opinions November 5, 2003 3 When life hands you Coca-Cola, make Coca-Cola juice: An unethical look at sticking it to big business During the twilight hours of my Sunday night, I walked over to O.C. Armstrong Hall to visit a few friends before retiring early in anticipation of the inevitably late night that Wesleyan journalism requires of me every Monday. After a brief conversa- tion over a few smokes, I found our group making its way to the vending machines located on the first floor of the dormitory. Having prepared to dwindle away my last dollar on my ever-worsening yet still-cherished caffeine addiction, I was both flabber- gasted and thrilled with what I found upon my arrival. The Coca-Cola machine had been left open and its contents, obviously already pillaged to a relatively small degree, were still largely accounted for and free for the taking. My first inclination, of course, was to take advantage of the situation. The devil on my shoulder wielded a voice so stro...

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

4 November 5, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Lockheed executive discusses leadership at induction dinner ayah sayyed STAFF WRITER Dain Hancock, corporate executive vice president and president of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co., discussed his career with students at the 34th annual Business Hall of Fame Dinner Oct. 30 in Fort Worth. Hancock, who was honored as the city's 2003 Outstanding Business Executive, is responsi- ble for all Lockheed Martin mil- itary aircrafts business activities since being promoted to chief executive. A leader is "someone who causes the right thing to happen at the right time," Hancock told Wesleyan students at the ban- quet. While taking their ques- tions, Hancock told them he never thought he would go into a field of leadership. Hancock graduated in 1964 from Texas Tech University with a bachelor's degree in mechani- cal engineering. In late 1966. he earned a master's degree in the same field. That same year, he began working for General Dynamics Fort Wort...

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

The Rambler Shorts November 5, 2003 5 Rams picked to win RRAC, 25th in nation Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Wesleyan men's basketball team was picked Oct. 31 to win the Red River Athletic Conference cham- pionship by League offices. Red River powerhouse Houston Baptist University finished just behind Wesleyan in the preseason poll. Wesleyan received 124 total votes opposed to Houston Baptist's 119. Both squads were given five first-place votes. The Rams will also begin their regular season play ranked 25th in the nation, according to the 2003-2004 NAIA Preseason Poll that was released Oct. 28. Wesleyan received 28 total votes. Houston Baptist was ranked 11th in that same poll despite the second-place finish in the RRAC poll. Wesleyan head coach Terry Waldrop said in a press release, "The one thing that holds true in this conference is thai anyone can beat anyone on any given night." Waldrop said, "I still think that Houston Baptist is the team to beat, because they have won the R...

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

6 November 5, 2003 Sports The Rambler Men's soccer begins RRAC tourney this week Nathan Mutchler STAFF WRITER The Wesley an men's soccer team is headed for the Red River Athletic Conference tournament. The team faces one of their biggest rivals, the Knights from Northwood University, this Wednesday at home. The Rams recently traveled to Weberville to play their last regular season game against the bottom- dwelling Rams of Huston-Tillotson College. The game was played on a very sub-par field in the hot Texas after- noon heat. The Rams, who have suffered from playing down to their competition all year, once again failed to prove or make apparent their dominance and class against the sloppy HTC Rams. Wesleyan had possession for the majority of the game, but their lackadaisical finishing and selfish play did not allow them to pull away from the outclassed HTC Rams. The game started off well with Eddie Hernandez heading home a corner kick. This goal would prove to be a teaser, as Wesleya...

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

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends November 5, 2003 7 Campus Comments Do you think Americans have been given sufficient information to understand what is really going on in Iraq? Phong Nguyen Master of business administration 'It is difficult for me to say.... We still need more information about the way the Iraqi people are thinking." Jessie Beard Junior Exercise and sports studies "I think we're getting parts of the information — getting what [the gov- ernment] wants us to hear. I think the media is giving us all they have." Darren Carillo Freshman Undecided "I would have to say no. I don't trust the government. I think it's all poli- tics... [The media] might be biased even though they're not supposed to be." Steevy Cocauthrey MBA "It should be coming from the govern- ment... The media is doing their job -- The information is not accurate enough to have a good judgment." Rusty Counce Nurse anesthesia 'The likelihood that the government is not telling everything... is probable, but at the ...

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