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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 2003

4 November 26, 2003 Campus Life The Rambler Students, security confused by no parking signs Alex Vorse STAFF WRITER Since the city started enforcing no park- ing signs on both sides of Wesleyan Street and Avenues D and E between Wesleyan and Binkley streets, Facilities Director Ken Dunson has dealt with frustrated students and confused security guards. Dunson received a call Nov. 5 from Fort Worth Police officer Ryan Perales saying that the city would start enforcing all signs Nov. 10. Perales asked campus security to put notices on illegally parked cars, but Securitas personnel misread the signs and placed notices on all cars parked on Avenues D and E, causing sharp student reactions. "The signs are a little misleading," said Dunson. The signs read, "No Parking," but arrows below the text point to the street cor- ner, effecting only two parking spaces. Despite his agreement to hold citations until Nov. 10, Perales had second thoughts about delaying the law and began ticketing cars ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 2003

The Rambler Campus Life November 26, 2003 5 (Congratulations exas Wcslctjan fall 2005 graduation candidates! Last Name - First Name - Degree Abelino, Jennifer G. BS Adams, James Lamar MSNA Adkins, Mark D. MSNA Apomolia, Richard-Nzila BBA Arechar, Judith Garcia BA Arguijo, Regina Ann BS Arias, Andres Noe BS Arthur III, Warren G. MBA Aten, Stefanie Jill MSNA Avery, Tammy Michelle BS Baatz, Jessica Paige MSNA Bailey, Frank BS Barker, David Aaron MSNA Barreto-Nufiez, Marco BBA Barron, Linda Kay Abel BS Bartolotta, Jeffrey MED Bear, Elizabeth S. BS Beaver, Ruth Evelyn BA Beck, Gregory Brian BFA Beck, Kyle Ashley BS Bell, Ashley Nicole BBA Beyer, Laura Simmons BS Bing, Christopher D. MSNA Blackwell, Heather Kvlene BA Blanco-Davis, Scott L. MED Blue, Jessica Nicole BS Borchert, Margaret K. BS Bourgeois, Robert Scott MSNA Bowen, Teresa Karol MED Bowman, Bartholomew James BS Bowman, Marc Anthony MSNA Brown, Roy MED Bmmbaugh, Justin Ross BBA Bruzda, John Paul MSNA Burnham-Gwin, Ronda Elaine B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 2003

6 November 26, 2003 Shorts The Rambler Lady Rams lose to LCU at Regionals, may be done at 29-6 Sara Southerland STAFF WRITER The Lady Rams volleyball team traveled down to Houston for the second weekend in a row for the Region VI Tournament this time. Friday morning, the first match lying ahead of the Lady Rams was one to get into semi-finals. The opponent was conference rival UT-Permian Basin. In game one, the Lady Rams did not play their game and let UTPB slide by 26-30. In games two through four, Wesleyan got their act together and domi- nated against the Lady Falcons for the third time this season (26-30, 30-17, 30-17, 30-24). Rachel Loftin led the Rams with 16 kills and 6 blocks. Tiffany Porterfield also contributed with 11 kills and 4 blocks. Setter Cortney Johansen controlled the offense with 44 assists and chipped in 6 digs. Kat Williams helped on defense with 16 digs and posted 5 service aces. At 4 p.m. Friday afternoon, the Lady Rams took on the Lubbock Christian Universit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 2003

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends November 26, 2003 7 Campus Comments If you had one Christmas wish, what would it be? Jessica Carrion Sophomore Exercise and sports studies 'To travel the world and give gifts to kids who are less fortunate." n Edward Ekpunobi Sophomore Education "I wish to spend it with my grandfather." Candace Curry Freshman Business "To go to the Mavericks game." Brad Welsh Freshman Undecided "To make an 'A' in every one of my classes." Crystal Carrizales Sophomore Physical therapy "That everyone who doesn't have a Christmas would be able to have one." Dan Bruce Junior Business Heidi Klum in a Santa outfit." Photos by Whitney Fowler Student Government Paaarty End-of-the year Celebration ! WHEN: December 3, 2003 10 p.m. - 2 a.m. WHERE: Rodeos (right across the street from Billy Bob's in the Stockyards) 18 and over welcome; 21 to drink NO COVER CHARGE EREE pizza and soft drinks allll night long S.G.A. will be scheduling transportation for students needing rides from Texas W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 November 2003

Entertainment 8 November 26, 2003 The Rambler Campus found not very interesting The Column gives credit here; it is due Casey McMahen The past few Monday nights, I've sat at a computer and wondered how I am going fill up the Entertainment page of the newspaper. It is always a struggle to put together a presentable page, and that usually keeps most of the editors here past... well, it varies from week to week; it's late though, trust me. 1 strain to find stories entertaining enough to put on the entertainment page. I mean, yes, we do have writers that have very "dis- tinct" styles, but a lot of times the stories are lost, too short, or not even sent in at all. A friend recently talked to me about the Opinions page and pointed out that maybe the Entertainment page should be more about entertainment on campus rather than movie reviews or art reviews or community activities. He also got me to thinking about the reason we do use outside stories to fill up the page. It's because we really...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

<?/:/ a.i The bier January 28, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 1 News Briefs Worship gathering "Portico," a gathering for worship, will begin meeting at 8 p.m. Feb. 3, at in the fellowship hall of Polytechnic United Meth- odist Church on the corner of Collard and Rosedale Streets. Portico will meet every Tuesday during the semester. To learn more about Portico, send e-mail to twu bsm@yahoo.com or visit http://www.geoci- ties.com/twu_bsm. Toastmasters Toastmasters has resumed weekly meetings during the semester from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday evenings in the Armstrong-Mabee Business Building in room 124. For more information contact Dr. Steve Heller at (817) 531-7592, or Professor Joe Brown at (817) 531-4976. Art Nights Wesleyan's Department of Art will host a Studio and Art-making orientation at 7 p.m. Jan. 29 as it resumes its weekly pro- gram of events this semes- ter scheduled every Thursday at the Art House on the corner of Wesleyan Street and Avenue E. For more info...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

2 January 28, 2004 News The Rambler Wesleyan theatre alumni group awards scholarship to dedicated drama student Everyone needs money... every college stu- dent, anyway. Well, not every college student; there are some rich folk, but every Wesleyan col- lege student needs money — that's a safe assess- ment to make. Anything that we can get we will take, and not much is given to us, seeing as that our school is a little deficient in funds. The government tries to help as much as it can, but not many people get a full ride from Uncle Sam. So it is very hard to pay for tuition at this private univer- sity. Enter the Encore scholarship. Angela Brown, a sophomore theatre major, has been named the recipient of the Theatre Wesleyan Alumni Encore Scholarship. Many theatre majors were questioned and scrutinized. They all went before a board and were asked questions about their involvement in the theatre department and their stability in the academic arena. All were suitable candidates, but Bro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

The Rambler Opinions January 28, 2004 3 From the garden to the grave, life should play out like a well-written movie... we can only hope Alex Vorse Have you ever wondered -- like those late-night watchmen or bathtub grandmas addicted to The Truman Show — "How's it going to end?" Out of the five "w" questions (plus the one with an "h," as in "How"), the question that asks "When" is probably the most bor- ing, while the one that asks "How" is the most intriguing. A sentence that asks "Who?" forks over the names of the guilty, innocent or lied about. "What?" brings on the gory details, stories, lies and responses like "Yeah, man, a kazoo — he used a 10-foot kazoo. Isn't that sick?" "Where?" takes you back- stage and on the kitchen table and to a mountaintop. "Why" always catches you off guard, soliciting thin explanations, panicked justi- fications and disdained silences because "It doesn't matter." But "Why" is the most important question, especially when it remains unanswered. "How" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

4 January 28, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Greeks prepare for Rush; welcome possible pledges Cristina Armenta STAFF WRITER With the new year in full swing, sororities and fraternities across the Wesleyan campus are preparing to welcome potential pledges in this year's rush. Greek clubs have already started organizing events such as bowling, dinners and laser tag to get better acquainted with stu- dents who are considering wear- ing Greek letters. Both sororities and fraterni- ties have taken a lot of time planning rush activities. From invitations being passed out to posting fliers in bathroom stalls, Greeks are eager to get their events publicized in order to welcome possible pledges. "We do these fun events to get to know the girls and to let them know what we really stand for and hopefully welcome some new sisters," these fun events with them." Gamma Sigma Sigma, a national service sorority, has already begun its rush, which started on Jan. 22, and will con- ~~~~~~~~~—""""" tinue...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

The Rambler Sports January 28, 2004 5 Men's basketball suffers heartbreaking loss to HBU Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Wesleyan men's basketball team dropped to 7-4 in Red River Athletic Conference play and 11-10 overall with its 98-85 loss to the nationally ranked Houston Baptist Huskies. Winning the battle of the boards and the points in the paint prize and having five players scoring double-figures did not figure to be enough for the Rams as HBU's Ricky Bennett, a 6'-2" junior guard, and 6'-3" senior guard Elester Whitmore both hit for 21 points. The Huskies took an early lead that left the Rams scoreless for the contest's first three minutes. Bennett started the books with a layup he scored off of his own miss just under a minute into the game. Two minutes later, Wesleyan forward Wesley Haynes who finished another sterling performance with 15 points, eight boards and four steals, pulled the same trick to score the Rams' first bucket at 17:02. HBU continued the trend through t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

6 January 28, 2004 Sports The Rambler Rams, from page 5 Schilder's bucket marked the largest — and last — lead Wesleyan would enjoy. HBU regained the lead two min- utes later and never lost it again. Wesleyan did keep it close going into the locker room, as sophomore guard and new face in the lineup this semester Dario Henderson out of Dunbar High School drove the length of the court hard to finish softly with a finger roll with one second left. Henderson left the game later after suffering a cut on his chin that "will probably need stitches," said Henderson after the game. The teams headed into the locker room with the score tallied at 40-39 in favor of HBU. The second half was much like the first despite the momentum swing. The Huskies built up a nine-point lead in the first six minutes of the half. That lead was cut to five by a turnaround jumper in the paint by the newly eli- gible 7'-0" forward Brian Carter. The Texas Christian University transfer's bucket made the score 58-53....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends January 28, 2004 7 Campus Comments Who is your favorite Texas Wesleyan professor, and why? Danielle Turner Freshman Political science 'Dr. McDonald — he's very under- standable, He can tell us about his personal testimonies based on his religious background." Ike Anazodo Third year Law School "Professor Joe Spurlock — he cares a lot about the law, and, with his work in Mongolia, expanding his intellect to benefit humanity." Shaun Naidoo Third year Law School 'Professor Spurlock — he has a lot of compassion for the students. He teaches real life law — a real practical guy." Collin Locke Senior History "Dr. Alexander because she has such a solid knowledge of history and she makes learning fun." Meridith Hathaway Freshman Marketing "Dr. Taylor — she teaches a '60s class that I really enjoy. She's good at that." Amanda Milam Freshman Exercise and sports studies "Dr. McDonald because he knows so much about Christianity and the Bible." Pholoa by Whitney Fowler AC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 January 2004

8 January 28, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler Senior music students prepare grand finales ALEX VORSE designed sound, set and lighting to because it's really good and worth STAFF WRITER As some of the music depart- ment's most talented pupils prepare to graduate in May, Wesleyan stu- dents, faculty and staff have the opportunity to hear each departing player present a senior project. Though usually only attended by family and friends, these recitals really are an amazing way for every- one in the community to observe the talent and professionalism of our music students. rfc -for "Will Work For Progress: a brief exploration of musical innova- tion," is a student music and theatre project directed by senior theatre major Jessica Roberts and written partly by senior music major and English minor Alex Vorse. The evening features performances of music by "Workers of Progress" - those composers who were innova- tive in their own times - and per- formances of "Works in Progress" - songs writ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

<ff: 5L (c.3) TEX A 3 W t rYA< FEB 0 h 200^ The February 4, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 2 News Briefs Thursday's Art Night Wesleyan's department of art will host "Thrown by the Wheel,"an introduction to throwing pots on the wheel at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 in Studio One of the Art House on the corner of Wesleyan Street and Avenue E. For more information, contact Peter Colley at (817) 531-4973 or pcol- ley@txwes.edu. Homecoming scheduled Wesleyan's Home- coming week is scheduled for Feb. 23-28. For further details about the planned festivi- ties, read next week's edi- tion of The Rambler or con- tact the Student Life Office at (817) 531-4872. Phi Alpha Delta meetings The Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity is sched- uled to meet at 12:05 p.m. Tuesdays in room 124 of the Armstrong-Mabee Business Building. Chapel schedule Chapel speakers for the month of February include the following: Interim Wesleyan Chaplain Dr. Gladys Childs on Feb. 3; Wesleyan student Isaac Thomas on Feb. 10; p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

2 February- 4, 2004 News The Rambler Wesleyan reaccredited, moving toward quality improvement planning Whitney Fowler SEWS EDITOR The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) reaffirmed Texas Wesleyan "s accreditation in December as part of a 10-year renewal procedure that examines the university's self-study report, a visit to the university, which SACS made last spring, and Wesleyan's responses to SACS recom mendations. According to Wesleyan Interim Provost Dr. Allen Henderson. SACS, as a regional accredita- tion agency, requires member colleges to undergo a self-study in which the institution compares its standards to those created by the peer institutions that comprise SACS. "When government began initiating funding for higher institutions, they were interested in __ maintaining some minimum standards for institu- tions to receive government financial aid funds and other funds." Henderson said. "It allows you to qualify for government grants and our students to qualif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

The Rambler Opinions February 4, 2004 3 Annoying people annoy me You 're kissing another word for donkey, and everyone knows it. This being my first opinion piece to have ever written for The Rambler, or any newspaper for that matter, when opnions editor Casey McMahen gave me the oppor- tunity, I was thrilled, but also terrified. Sure, everyone glances across the news and campus life articles, but the opinions and entertainment pages are what people really want to see. As I toiled and pondered for the per- fect story idea, the decision became obvi- ous. I ___________________ wanted to write about ———— those certain individuals in class who tend to be a bit more assertive (insert foreshad- owing here). Now I am a very opinionated person, but strive to be open-minded, as well. I suppose those people in class who speak out at the wrong times, tell stories that no one wants to hear and laugh at the teacher's amusing sayings continually, think they are doing the right thing. In their eye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

4 February 4, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Kappa Alpha fastest chapter to charter Danny Chism STAFF WRITER This past semester the Wesleyan provisional chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order was made the fastest ever to receive their charter. "To be the fastest chapter to charter says something for who we are as a fraternity," said senior marketing major Jimmy Bridges, Kappa Alpha's inaugural president. This achievement was- n't without its setbacks. "There were many who said we couldn't get char- tered last semester. That only made us more deter- mined to become char- tered. so we could prove them wrong." Bridges said. "When Chris Miller and I went to the national con- vention [NLI]. we told a room full of provisional chapters that we were planning on being the fastest to charter. When they said we shouldn't set goals that we couldn't achieve, that just made us all the more determined." After completing all the requirements to teceive a charter from the national office of Kappa Alpha, the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

The Rambler Dora's, front page 4 scheduled to be complete in spring 2005, "things will be much better and we can make a true bid to other vendors," said Alexander. In the meantime, the Student Life Office is monitor- ing the progress of Twelve Oaks catering. Alexander said that they have received no formal complaints and that they are pleased with Twelve Oaks' com- pliance to the requested changes. According to Alexander, "Twelve Oaks is working hard to address the issues that were brought to their attention. Twelve Oaks is now providing students with receipts containing remaining balances. They are keeping the refrigerator stocked with bottled drinks, and they are providing employees with more training. They have really Campus Life February 4, 2004 5 cleaned things up." Brett Parker, a freshman sports management major said, "The food at Dora's tastes alright. In comparison to last year, Dora's has improved, and if you're hungry, [Dora's] is the right place to eat." All comments, co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

6 February 4, 2004 Sports The Rambler Super Bowl XXXVIII hits snooze button Super Bowl XXIII, XXIV, XXV, III, XXXIV...all great games when the games are sup- posed to be the greatest. These Sundays are what have made the history of the big game so, for lack of a better word, "super." Super Bowl XXXVIII is not on this list for a reason. Many ana- lysts and supposed experts have compared the Feb. 1 game between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers to the aforementioned list of the greatest Bowls of all time. I disagree. I don't understand how any- one, much less someone who is paid for their knowledgeable opin- ion on such subject matter, can, with a straight face, say that this year's big game was better that the two back-to-back masterpieces that the immortal Joe Montana and Jerry Rice put together. The first of the two was a comeback effort against the Cincinnati Bengals that demonstrated some of Montana's magic. The next was a 55-10 romping of the Denver Broncos, whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 February 2004

The Rambler Odds 'n' Ends February 4, 2004 7 Want to send sweet sayings to your sweetie? Want to give a campus thank you to someone special? Send a Rambler love note to run in the Valentine's edition. rra $15 $15 Pick a size from these boxes for your special messages. Cash payment is due with ad orders by noon Feb. 9 to The Rambler office on the first floor of Stella Russell Hall. Add a photo to the $15 box size for a total of $20. For more information, contact The Rambler at (817) 531-7582 or e-mail at twurambler@yahoo.com.

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