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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1996

Page 4 The Brand September 12 1996 Old treasures new memories found at Ceasarea Philippi By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Several Hardin-Simmons students did more than sit around and watch tele- vision this summer. Seven of these stu- dents visited Banias also called Cacsarca Philippi and participated in Logsdon School of Theology's annual archeologi- cal dig. Don Williford accompanied Steve Bezncr Brian Brigham Jancll Cox James Bynum Tim Harwell Michelle Phillips and Marshall Coen on the six week trip. The weekdays were spent at the site of the dig where the students expanded an previous years' discoveries and made some of their own. In summers past students had uncovered parts of a building on the site thought to be a heal- ing center. The building was three stories high and had marbled floors and walls. This' year's students have a different idea of what the building may have been used for. The students uncovered "sever- al hand grenades countless lamps... a cash of coins an abu...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1996

September 12 1996 The Brand Page 5 Bonnet combines work with play as HSU dean By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer Even as a child Dr. Corinc Bonnet knew that she wanted to be a nurse and a teacher and for the past 20 years she has been able to blend the two as a professor of nursing. In 1988 Dr. Bonnet came to Abilene to serve as dean of the Abilene Intercollegiate School of Nursing which is a consor- tium of Abilene Christian McMurry and Hardin- Simmons University. As the dean she not only has the opportunity to lead the school of nursing program and be on the three universities' deans' councils she also is a professor of undergraduate and graduate classes. She chooses to teach because she enjoys the contact with the students. "That's one of the reasons I like to teach" said Dr. Bonnet. "Students start to sec me as more of a human. They feel comfortable enough to come in my office and ask me to look over a report that they have written." Education has always been important Bonnet to h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1996

Page 6 The Brand September 12 1996 Story of hardship has its moments marnKf -4 " s m?- f lHHBk ::-'399HHwRJIBBflS& '1&H9EHKBIH "x BMBBMIML JLAMlKilflKTWHfflMjMi -WLiWBHSHBfPHite.. Alison Elliott stars as Percy Talbott a young woman searching for a fresh start in Castle Rock Entertainment's The Spitfire Grill. By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Spitfire Grill doesn't quite achieve that Steel Magnolias-lypc of "warm fuzzy feeling" quality it initially shoots for though it's not a bad piece of filmmpking either. Lee David ZIotoff's story about a young lady down on her luck comes off as special at times mundane at others. It's the type of film that spends too much time (nearly two and a half hours) trying to play on your emotions rather than Film Review- The Spitfire Grill Drama rated PG-13 for minor lan- guage cautions. Tr 12 out of possible 4. building real emotions of its own. However if one thing really comes through to save this film from being a less than ordinary drama ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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September 12 1996 TheBrahd " Page 7 IT'S A DOG'S LIFE... 'Sylvia' premieres in Down Centre Stage Theatre By Melissa Robinson Staff Writer The phrase "Man's best friend" was given new meaning on the campus of Hardin-Simmons last night with the open- ing of A.R. Gumey's "Sylvia" in the Down Center Stage Theatre. Alpha Psi Omega is sponsoring this comedy about a middle-aged couple who move to New York after their children leave the nest. Shortly after the move the husband Greg (David DcPauw) finds a stray dog named Sylvia (Tiffany Boot) and a close- ness evolves between the two. But Greg's wife Kate (Angela Bailey) isn't the understanding one. The situation eventually creates problems between husband and wife as to whether or not to keep Sylvia. When the struggle begins to put a strain on their marriage Greg seeks advice in the matter from Tom (Shane Bryan) a fellow dog owner while Kate discusses the problem with her therapist Syb of ivia What HSU Department Theatre production. When Se...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1996

Page 8 The Brand September 12 1996 QUADRUPLE THREAT Cowboys look to further Panthers losing streak By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys hope to become just another statistic this Saturday when they host the Prairie View A&M University Panthers. Prairie View boasts the nations longest losing streak ever as they enter this weekend winlcss in their last 59 con- tests. The Panther's last victory came on October 31 1989 when they defeated Mississippi Valley State 21-12. The National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-AA Panthers dropped a 30-14 decision to Abilene Christian University last week in their season opener. Coach Jimmic Reeling's Cowboys enter their season opener ranked No. 7 in the latest National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division II foot- ball poll. This marks the fourth consecu- tive year that HSU has opened the season in the NAIA poll's top 10. This season the HSU offensive attack will once again be led by senior ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

Volume 84 Number 4 Serving Uw Students (Hcuxin-Siinrnons University Since 1916 September 20 1996 NEWS Campus revival impacts HSU students Page 3 i 'See You at the Pole' attracts stu- dents for a time of prayer .Page 4 Dr. Peter Gilman shares his experiences as HSU's dean of education Page 6. ENTERTAINMENT Film Review Maximum Risk is actor Jean-Claude Van Damme's latest 'flop' . .Page 6. Several concerts highlight Abilene's fall entertainment line- up Page 6. SPORTS Cowgirl soccer loses to St. Mary's on Thursday; Cowboys hit slump against Austin College ETB Page 7. Cowboy football comes up with big win in season opener against Prairie View A&M Page 8. Student Congress" annual retreat will take place on Friday and Saturday Sept 20-21 HSU football faces Howard Payne in Brownwood Saturday Sept. 21. University Queen petitions will be made available on Monday Sept. 23. Student Congress will hold a meeting on Tuesday Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. A Student Foundation meeting will take place on Th...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

Page 2 The Brand September 20 1996 Revival must begin in hearts of students This weeks issue of The Brand is filled with several examples of Hardin- Simmons students making a stand for God. "See You at the Pole" produced a huge turnout around HSU's flagpole last Wednesday morning and the Love Company is currently preparing for their first ministerial opportunity later this month. But perhaps the biggest story at HSU this week (besides the Cowboy's thump- ing of Prairie View on Saturday) has been campus revival. Revival what exactly docs that word-mean? According to pastor Dale Sucl of Elmcrcst Baptist Church "revival is what a christian experiences when he or she experiences cleansing from sin filling of the Spirit and fruitful service in ministry in God's kingdom." ' So now that we have a working def- inition of what revival is from a credible source we can analyze exactly how it's suppose to happen on the campus of HSU. For starters revival is what a christ- ian experiences in his...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

September 20 1996 The Brand Page 3 Dean brings encouraging word to HSU revival By Adrian Viccellio Staff Writer As many students at Hardin-Simmons have discov- ered this past week the vision of campus revival is not attained by merely attending chapel or church but rather by choosing to "walk as Jesus walked." Dr. Michael Dean pastor of Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth led this week's revival services which took place on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday mornings and evenings. Mark Hill music director for the revival combined both hymns and praise songs in lead- ing the worship services as students tuned in to experi- ence God's presence. Hill's choice of music was both varied and energetic. He used powerful hymns such as "Because He Lives" and praise songs like "Shine Jesus Shine" to prepare the hearts of the students for each service's message. Dr. Dean emphasized the importance of self-control and how vital it is for Christians to stay alert. From "Chippy" the parakeet to ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

Page 4 The Brand September 20 1996 Rally unites students in prayer committment Molly GriffithThe Brand Students gather to praise and pray to their Lord at "See You At The Pole" last Wednesday morning: By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Approximately 2S0 Hardin-Simmons students gathered at the flag pole Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. to pray for their families nation school and friends. The sixth annual "See You At The Pole" meeting was attended by students and adults not only at HSU but around the globe who were willing to give up an extra hour of sleep to pray around the flag poles of their schools. Kathy White HSU junior in charge of the Prayer Ministry Team for Baptist Student Ministries organized the event along with the ministry team said Beth Greek activities begin for fall semester 96 By Erica Carter and Jake Long News Editor and Staff Writer Last Monday night a rush function was held for students by the various greek social clubs on campus. Although some students may have limite...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

September 20 1996 The Brand Page 5 Gilman's experience benefits school of education By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer "I can honestly say that I'm the best dean of education Hardin-Simmons University has ever had because I'm the only dean of education HSU has ever had" Dr. Peter Gilman said. Dr. Gilman has been dean of the school of education since 1979 when the university was reorganized into schools. He was "reared a Yankee" in Connecticut but has been in the Southwest all of his adult life. "I was stationed at Fort Sill Oklahoma right out of basic training" said Dr. Gilman. "That was when I met my wife; she was a good Baptist girl who went to the United Services Organization a place she wasn't supposed to go." He and his wife Sue have been married 46 years and have reared two children so the USO can't be all bad. According to Dr. Gilman his wife takes very good care of him. After five years in the army Dr. Gilman decided to go to college. "I was married with two children when I st...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

Page 6 The Brand September 20 1996 Latest action flick is 'Van Damme' awful By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief How many times can one man use the twin brothers routine in an action flick for pete's sake? Jean-Claude Van Damme attempts it for a second time in Maximum Risk a good-for-nothing snoozc-fest that ranks as the 'Muscles from Brussels' worst yet. Despite some fairly exciting trailers over the past several months the only risk you take with this film is sitting through its entirety without reaching for the cyanide. It's that bad. Van Damme once again portrays a kickboxing French policeman who dis- covers early on he has a long lost twin brother. Unfortunately his discovery comes via the morgue leading Alain (Van Damme) to America in search of his brother's killers. To make a long story short (and to keep from boring the readers) director Ringo Lam throws everything but the kitchen sink into this tiresome plot including the Russian mafia and a ring of crooked FBI agents. Film Rev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 September 1996

September 20 1996 The Brand Page 7 Cowgirls lose to St. Mary's boys drop 3-of-4 By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief The Hardin-Simmons University men's and women's soccer programs may be wondering what happened to this sea- son's early success?. The Cowgirls who began the year with a great 2-0 start lost to St. Mary's University 6-0 yesterday at Shclton Stadium. Forward Grctchcn Sticlcr had a hat trick for St. Mary's as HSU saw their record slip to 4-3 on the year. On Sunday the Cowgirls fared slightly better against a good Incarnate Word College team losing the contest 3-0 on the road. Keeper Mandy Mclchor was the bright spot for the Cowgirls with 1 1 saves against Incarnate Word who is currently ranked No. 12 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics poll. Though the Cowgirls came up short in their last two attempts they're not about to let it get them down. "Even though we lost these last few games we're getting better and learning more about how one another plays" sa...

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Page 8 The Brand September 20 1996 Cowboys pound Prairie View A&M 42-12 By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor For about twenty minutes last Saturday the Prairie View A&M University Panthers were actually enter- taining thoughts of ending their 59- game losing streak against the Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys. Then their reality check bounced. Aided by five Prairie View turnovers and over 400 yards of total offense the Cowboys reeled off 42 straight points to secure a 42-12 eomc-from-bchind victory. Trailing 6-0 halfway through the sec- ond quarter quarterback Todd Baumann opened the Cowboy's onslaught with a one-yard touchdown plunge. Then on the Cowboy's next possession Baumann completed a 25-yard scoring strike to wideout Mitch Abies. Kicker Brian Bcddow added both extra points and HSU was ahead at the half 14-6. Set up by big interceptions from Jon Loudcrmilk and Ryan Jacobs Baumann and Abies began the second half of the game the way they ended the first half. Baumann capped ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

I tvW i Volume 84 Number 5 Serving Oie Students ofHaitlinSimmons Univet-sily Since 1916 NEWS New Student Talent Show gets a few laughs out of Hardin-Simmons students Page 5. ROTC program will be closed at HSU in May of '97 Page 6. Dr. H.K Neely continues a series on HSU deans Page 7. ENTERTAINMENT Film Reviews Last Man Standing and The First Wives Club provide a little something for everyone Page 8. Fugees album The Score isn't all it's cracked up to be. Page 9. SPORTS Cowball football falls short in a close one against Howard Payne University Page 11. HSU men's soccer prepares for showdown against rival Austin College Page 12. State BSM Fall Student Conference will be held from Friday Sept. 27 to Sunday Sept. 29. Abnene Philharmonic is having a concert on Saturday Sept. 28. University Queen peititions are due on Monday Sept. 30. B HSU campus communication council will meet on Tuesday Oct. 1 . Student Congress meeting will be held on Tuesday Oct. 1 at 9 p.m. B Cowboy and Cowgirl soc...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

Page 2 The Brand September 27 1996 An editors opinion in the heat of controversy This past week several complaints were voiced to me concerning certain "offensive" items found in last weeks issue of The Brand. And though I never intentionally try to offend anyone I do feel the need to explain these "instances." Several people approached mc on the subject of the political cartoons that have been printed in the past several issues of the newspaper. The cartoons were basi- cally directed toward the Democratic party and in some sense took a "swipe" at our current White House administra- tion. The question brought to me was "Will there be equal treatment of the Republicans by your editorial cartoons or will you only 'pick on' Democrats?" Well if you look down to the right- hand corner of this page you'll find your answer. The reason only Democratic "laughers" have been used to date was due to the fact that our cartoon supply for the new school year had not been yet renewed. Since we have...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

September 27 1996 The Brand Page 3 Dorm life may be the pits but it's a living I have a very embarrassing confession to make I lived in the dorms for three years. The only thing that saved me from a fourth year was getting married. It was getting to the point where I was afraid it would extend into a lifetime of cafeteria food and community show- ers. Now don't get me wrong living in the dorms was not all bad but it sure had its moments. And the scary thing is that you have no way of knowing what awaits for you at college under the guise of dorm life. You come here as a freshman excited nervous and scared. The big question that constantly runs through your head is not "what will I do with the rest of my life?" but "who will I be spending these first few months with?" Who will be my roommate? Will I like her? Will she like me? There arc millions of questions you have to answer like what is the polite way to tell someone that her clothes arc strong enough to walk to the laundry room b...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

Page 4 The Brand September 27 1996 Campaign raises $3.9 million A total of $3980053 in gifts and pledges has been received for Hardin-Simmons University's "Leadership for Tomorrow" campaign. Trustees learned at their annual fall meeting on Friday that 28.43 of the $14 million base goal has been reached since it began in 199S. The campaign will conclude at the end of 1998. HSU President Lanny Hall updated the trustees on the university's Strategic Plan and reported that for the second year in a row the institution has "operated in the black." Doyle Kelley of Houston chairman of the trustee phase of the campaign announced that 100 of the 41 current members of the board of trustees have pledged $1114673 to date toward the comprehensive fund rais- ing program. The donations will help raise funds for program support and debt reduction construction of a Health Careers Facility technology and academic equipment construction of a Missions building a Loyalty Fund restoration and additions to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

September 27 1996 The Brand Page 5 New students strut 'stuff' in talent show By Jake Long Staff Writer Students new to Hardin-Simmons University had the opportunity to display their talents at the New Student Talent Show held last Thursday morning in Bcrhcns Auditorium. The New Student Talent Show is an annual event held every fall semester at HSU. This year's show offered a diverse variety. Taffi Walker opened the show with the song "Go Light Your World." The song was about how Christians need to provide a sense of happiness and well-being to others and to inspire others to live for Christ. According to Walker she enjoyed the experience because it was an opportunity to use the talents that God has provided her. "It was great to serve God through the talent that God has given me" exclaimed Walker a youth ministry major from Sweetwater. A theme interpretation proceeded the solo as Miranda Dobbins interpolated "Arise My Love." Unlike other songs this one is about the relationship betw...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

Page 6 The Brand September 27 1996 Army downsizing felt strongly at HSU ROTC unit will close down after spring of x97 By Adrian Viccellio Staff Writer In the changing climate of the federal government the United States Army has decided to downsize the Hardin-Simmons University Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) effective May of 1997. HSU President Lanny Hall received notification of the decision to close the ROTC facilities last May ending a pro- gram that has been in existence since 1951. Other universities including Abilene Christian and McMurry have also felt the sweeping cut of the govern- ment's budget. The Hardin-Simmons ROTC pro- gram which currently enrolls approxi- mately 30 students has been well under the quota for the average rate of private institutions. Dr. Michael Whitchorn vice president for student development said "the program while valuable in its leader- ship training may not have been entirely cost-effective." As a result of the Army's decision eight cadets h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 September 1996

September 27 1996 The Brand Page 7 Neely loves administrating as dean of theology By Elizabeth Corder Staff Writer Dr. H. K. Nccly Jr. dean of ihc Logsdon School of Theology at Hardin- Simmons is a Texan through and through. "Sometimes students will see mc away from campus dressed in boots and jeans and they'll ask if that's really mc. I like to dress Western so yes it really is mc" he said. Dr. Nccly comes by his Texas heritage honestly. He was born in Whitesboro a town between Sherman and Gainesville. He moved to Iowa Park when he was 10 and then to Abilene. His family settled in Cisco his sophomore year in high school. Dr. Nccly graduated from Cisco High School and went to Cisco Junior College BftSyp Neely for a year before transferring to Baylor in pursuit of a degree in religion and history. "We ought to own a building at Baylor because I went there and all of our chil- dren went there'.' Dr. Nccly said. He and his wife Barbara an elementary school counselor for the Mcrkcl Scho...

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