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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 2004

8 March 10, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler flMjert M on rec^r<( Mbinst AMers Three Texas Wesleyan students have recently released an independent rap album and are cur- rently working on their second release. Da Kamp - a hip hop group comprised of sophomore musical theater major Rickey L. Spivey, sophomore management information sys- tems major Kerry D. Neal and freshman biologi- cal chemistry major Charles Wallace II — released their debut album, Sending Haterz Down Da Sh***er 2K4, last February. The album features hot chopped and screwed tracks and showcases a wide range of talent from each of the group's artists. The recording was done mostly in Neal's dorm room, where he produced and laid down each track. Spivey, also known as Pam's Son, said that all three of the members are responsible for writing their own lyrics to put down on Neal's tracks. The distribution of CDs, according to Wallace, is also a group responsibility. Da Kamp has been rhyming together for the past six mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

<7/.'? (C 3) TEXAS W E, The TEXAS WESLEYAN APR 0 1 20M bier The students' voice since 1917 March 31, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 8 News Briefs Theatre production Wesleyan's theatre de- partment will present Grease 7:30 p.m. April 1- 3 and 2 p.m. April 4 in the Thad Smotherman Thea- tre, located inside the Law Sone Fine Arts Building. General admission seeting is $12 and $8 for students. For more information, contact the box office at (817)531-4211. Ram Jam Wesleyan students, fa- culty, staff and families are invited to Ram Jam, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 3 in the area in the front of Dora Roberts Dining Hall. Activities include rock climbing, laser tag, Slip-n- Slide, Moonwalk, free food, drinks, sand volley- ball and sno-cones. University College Day The Fort Worth Star- Telegram s Bob Ray Sanders will deliver the keynote address for Texas Wesleyan's University College Day 9:30 a.m. April 6 at Nicholas Martin Hall. Student and faculty presentations last until 6:45 p.m....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

•1AV.9 J&3W 8 At 2 March 31, 2004 News The Rambler Degree, from page 1 major was being incurred by the ESS department and the School of Education, the credit for the number of majors was given to the School of Business." The ESS faculty who have been responsible for teaching the sports manage- ment classes and coordinat- ing the internships, are actu- ally athletic training faculty who are needed to (each the courses and supervise intern- ships for that program, Rast explained. "Since the athletic train- ing major is an ESS depart- ment major and because the faculty are needed for the accreditation of that pro- gram, it must take prece- dence," Rast said. "There are simply not enough facul- ty in the ESS department to support the sports manage- ment major at this time. "If a program cannot support the needs of its stu- dents, it is not a viable pro- gram. The program may be reconsidered if, at some point in time, the funding is provided for new positions to support students' nee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

The Rambler Opinions March 31, 2004 3 Campus Comments Who are you voting for in the presidential election and why? Marissa Diaz Junior Education "I'm torn right now. 1 don't really know much about their issues. When it comes closer to November, 1 will." Rachel Harless Junior Exercise and Sports Studies "For Bush... 1 am proud of him for taking a stand on the amendment for gay marriages. Most of his beliefs match up with mine." Kenneth Flowers Sophomore Mass Communication "Probably Kerry. [ just think it's time for a change." David Miller Freshman Undecided "Bush - this is a hard core Republican right here. And he's from Texas." Kris Eller Junior Education "Just not Bush for sure. Nader because he believes in most of the things I stand for." Zach Smith Freshman Business "Bush. I just don't think he's done a bad job." Photos by Whitney Fowler ia e al )e iW I, The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold (i Jeffcoat, Publisher Ann Keen, Adviser Mart Settles, editor-in-chief Whitne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

pm 's Sppsioi Preview Alex Vorse ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR For more than twenty years, Wesleyan's Women's Studies Steering Committee has pro- vided a unique campus opportunity. Held annu- ally, the Faye C. Goostree Women's Symposium invites women and men alike to join a dynamic dialogue focusing on life and its implications for the modern woman. Incorporating top-notch keynote speakers, engaging discussions, performances by theatre and music students and open-mic celebrations, this year's symposium - held 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. April 1 - is an intellectual and artistic event dedicated to communal exploration of the feminine experience. Faye C. Goostree created the symposium in 1981 out of a passion consistent with personal philosophy, "Everyone has something to give and a responsibility to develop it and share it with others." This year's keynote speaker, Dr. Cheryl Glenn, is associate professor of English and Women's Studies at Pennsylvania State University and an academic authority on rh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

The Rambler First generation U.S. citizen gives back to the community Campus Life March 31, 2004 5 Alexis Craig CONTRIBUTING WRITER Duron is a first generation U.S. citizen and the first in her family to receive a col- lege degree. To be "first" implies much. In Fabiola Duron's case, it allows her to be proud. Duron recently accepted the position as coordinator of Texas Wesleyan University's Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program. "The position for the Upward Bound Math and Science program opened up, 1 applied and got it," states Duron on her acceptance of the job. The goal of the UBMS is to help students improve their math and science skills and pursue degrees in these fields. A five-year grant award of $1.1 million from the U.S. Department of Education enables Texas Wesleyan University to offer this program to the com- munity free of charge. The program, scheduled to start June 8, is a college preparatory course for students currently in high school. UBMS also aims to increa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

6 March 31, 2004 Sports The Rambler Rams take two of three conference games from Southwestern Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Texas Wesleyan baseball team improved to 19-16 overall and 6-3 in the Red River Athletic Conference by taking two out of three RRAC contests over the weekend. Sophomore Shea Harrison earned the victory for the Rams over Southwestern Assemblies of God, as they pounced SAGU for a 16-6 run-rule win March 26 in Waxahachie. The Rams split a double feature with SAGU the next day by counts of 4-1-in favor of the Rams-in game one and 4-5 in game two. Freshman Drew Jeffcoat picked up the notch in the W-column with his brilliant per- formance on the mound in game one. The second contest was an extra-innings heart- breaker for the Rams, as they would battle until the ll4*1 inning. In the first game of the series on Friday, the Ram sticks would prove fatal for the Lions. The Rams were led offensively by Jeffcoat and senior Eric Vaughn, who con- nected for three hits and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

The Rambler Entertainment March 31, 2004 7 Wesleyan Singers present songs of faith an d creation Jessica Cea Roberts STAFF WRITER Spring is a busy time for Wesleyan's division of visual and performing arts. Combos, actors and artists all prepare for final exhibitions and performances. A group that may appear small in numbers but large in commitment is the Wesleyan Singers. April 6 is one of a few opportunities that campus audiences have to view the Wesleyan vocal program working cohesively in this ensemble setting. Songs of Faith and Creation, the Wesleyan Singers spring concert, promises to be a diverse program exploring the themes of faith and creation in ensemble music. Dale Morehouse, assistant professor and conductor and pianist of the Singers, is excited about the program he has selected. "I try to program a concert around a sin- gle work that will be important musically and historically to our singers, believing that they should each experience a cross-section of such music d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 March 2004

8 March 31, 2004 Entertainment The Rambl Ehrich conducts grand final Alex Vorse ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR After over thirty years of teaching at Texas Wesleyan, Steve Ehrich will retire from his position of professor of music this May. In addition to teaching almost every music class offered and mentoring student conductors and instrumentalists, one of Ehrich's chief duties and joys during his tenure at Wesleyan has been conducting the Wind Ensemble. In honor of Ehrich's fine contribution to Wesleyan arts, the music department has organized a final Wind Ensemble concert featuring alumni players and the band's greatest hits. Phil Carpenter, senior music major and trumpeter in the group, is looking forward to a great musical experience. "I know it's going to be a big event because Mr. Ehrich is leaving and there are so many people who have passed through this school and who are com- ing back to play with us," he said, "I wouldn't be sur- prised if the place was packed." Junior music major ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2004

(a) This edition of The Rambler is to bo taken In jest as it Is April Fool's I 1 in jest as it is TEXAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY jC* ^ The Lambler TEXAS WESLEYAN APR 0 1 2004 tr-<r The students' voice since 1917 April Fool's Day, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 9 Rambler rakes in the cash, takes on hospitality business Nunc alt Numquam STAFF WRITER Power requires balance. A monopoly is no fun if you only have one. What's that you say? Mono means one? Well, I propose that more than one monopoly, a polypoly, if you will, is required for control and wealth to be obtained and maintained. Look at the world. After the Soviet Union fell, there was only one superpower left on the map. And though they war like crazy to stay on top, those Canadians can only keep their tight power grip on the globe for so long. Pretty soon, a strong nation or union of nations will rise up against and crush the once dominant Canucks. The word, "hey" will be stricken from the global language. The phrase, "what...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2004

SfSiSSSj* UK *W\ 2 April 1,2004 K t Campus Life The Lambler i IGNORANCE VIRUS CONTINUES TO SPREAD Hello Kitty AMONG THE UNINFECTED Watch out Wesleyan, there is a virus in our midst. Ignorance is the name, killing is its game. What exactly is ignorance you may ask? Webster defines it as result- ing from or show- ing lack of knowl- edge or intelli- gence. My defini- tion? Blantly stu- pidity. This highly contagious virus is found mostly in —— those who believe they are holier than thou, or really those who are deluded under the impression that their poo smells good. Well la ti da for you guys. Man, I wake up everyday wishing for my poo to smell good. Yeah.. Anyway, it doesn't matter because you have the virus and I don't. But to those who don't have the virus, beware. It may be com- ing for you. The infected are extremely sneaky and convincing in their way, and yes, even you too could become enthralled. Seal your eyes and ears to the hypnotism, its not the eternal Utopia it seems at f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 2004

El Lambler Deportes 1 de Abril de 2004 3 Wesleyan announces addition of football team The Flava A BAD MOTHASUCKA Late last Thursday night, President Bushcoat announced the construction of the Texas Wesleyan football field. That is right, ladies and gentlemen, we are getting a football team. The president announced this to his wife at dinner and the wire The Rambler planted in his home last September hap- pened to be there to get the whole story for you. The president was heard saying, "You know honey, a foot- ball team would real- ly do the school good, too bad we don't have the money for it. We're giving it all to the baseball team again this year." You heard it here, a football stadium as big as Mile-High is going to be erected in the place of the library. Demolition of the library is set to begin this summer and the stadium is scheduled to be fin- ished by the end of 2010. The president even admitted to wanting a dome built onto the stadium. The team is going to be mainly com- pr...

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

In 4 April 1,2004 Entertainment The Lambler Polite mistake stene shop for cratfc house, {>ut ftntl more than just props Ben D Rat NARCIUS MAX I MVS In a bizarre twist of events this week, police were perplexed when they mistakenly raided the TVVU scene shop because they believed it to be an abandoned crack house. Police thought the dilapidated ruin was head- quarters for the infamous drug dealer Alexander "Scarface" Ruina for many com- mon drug deals around Rosedale. When police wrongly raided the scene shop, however, they found a lot more than just props. TWU students and their pets - which included pigs and other farm animals - had been living in the mistaken crack house and seemed to be very distraught and afraid of the light. When questioned as to why they were literally living in their own filth, the students ignored officers and hid under the dimmer parts of the house. As police continued to shuffle over piles of trash and food, they figured out they had mistakenly raided t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

TEXAS W E JS' l E-:~Y A k\ 0 \N I V E R S I T Y The The students' voice since 1917 April 7, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 10 xr News Briefs Poetry Night Aries is hosting Poetry Night 7:30 p.m. April 15 in the Carter Conference Room on the second floor of the Student Union Building. For more information, contact Stacia Neeley at (817) 531-4907 or at sneeley@txwes.edu. Jazz concert Texas Wesleyan's Jazz Combos I and II will per- form a free concert at 7:30 p.m. April 13 in Nicholas Martin Hall. Graduation deadline Deadline to apply for summer or fall 2004 grad- uation has now passed. Students must turn in their graduation application to the Office of Student Records as soon as possi- ble if planning to graduate in summer or fall 2004. For more information, contact Jessica Feeser, coordinator of gradua- tions, at (817) 531-4414 or at jfeeser@txwes.edu. Worship gathering "Portico," a gathering for worship, meets at 8 p.m. Tuesdays in the fel- lowship hall of Polytech- nic United M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

• -Sis . * - "*i, ;y yS's • i.:Vg '-,■ ': ■■ ■■•■ . ■ - ■ 2 April 7, 2004 News The Rambler Student chemists earn society's top honors Dan Gordon STAFF WRITER community services with the winning of the award. "Our students discuss the importance of science in elementary schools, set up programs for children and hold fundraisers and science fairs," said Rodriguez. "Our chapter has never been short of funds, no matter how hard it became to raise money." "We've done things for children like chemistry /j magic shows and rocn "i * Frisbee golf, but of 950 chapters i think the across the United States decisive and Puerto Rico, Wesleyan's American Chemical Society Student Affiliates received one of the 29 outstand- Wesleyan's American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Affiliates chapter received an "outstanding" award at the ACS National Meeting on March 28. The award, which corre- sponds with Wesleyan's accomplishments during the 2002-03 academic year, was bestowed upon the chapter at the 227...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

The Rambler Opinions April 7, 2004 3 Campus Comments What is the best class you have taken at Wesleyan and why? Nathan Brandt Junior Exercise and Sports Studies "I hate English with a passion but I enjoy American literature because of Dr. Berger because she's made the class interesting with all her life experiences." Tara Sharp Freshman Pre-med "1 like Old Testament because I've learned a lot about the Bible I didn't know, and I had a good teacher, Dr. Ballard." Travis Clifford Sophomore Sports Management 'Self-defense because I get to beat the crap out of people." Lacey Freeman Junior Psychology "Any class with Dr. Pugh. She has a way of making her class interesting and entertaining." Elexis Kabbelliya Senior Psychology 'Statistics because Dr. Pugh is a great professor who can make a difficult subject seem easy." Marc Nettles Junior Mass Communication "Pop culture because Dr. Sewell has a unique teaching style and the class gives people my age a chance to look at the origins of roc...

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

4 April 7, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Mr. Mathis: Wesleyan's helping hand Cristina Armenta In today's world, it has become harder and harder to find truly great people who, in spite of all obstacles, are just naturally help- ful and inspiring. However, when that truly genuine helper is found, it's hard not to be so intrigued by them. One of the most respected, finest helpers of this world sits on the first floor in the ARC on the east side of the library every day with a one of a kind smile, always ready to put whatever he's doing on hold just to help out a fellow Wesleyan stu- dent. Glynn Mathis has been an aca- demic adviser here at Texas Wesleyan since 1998 and has helped many Wesleyan students schedule freshman programs, all to help stu- dents accomplish their college goals and to survive college. He has been a helpful hand not only at Texas Wesleyan but all over the United States. Growing up traveling the globe with his father, who was in the Army, Mathis went to Hawaii and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

The Rambler Campus Life April 7, 2004 5 Ram Jam huge success, deserved larger student turnout Marc Nettles Texas Wesleyan's annual Ram Jam was an overall success and a definite improve- ment from last year's event. This was the general consensus at the event on April 3. Despite wet weather in the forecast, last Saturday afternoon was perfect for beach volleyball and snow cones, which were just two of the many things to take part in at Ram Jam. The event took place in the grassy area between the Eunice and James L. West Library and Dora Roberts Hall. Some of the other features of the sunny after- noon were an inflatable rock wall, bounce house, laser tag ~ maze and slip-n-slide, which were all brought to the university by Air Jump Inc., barbecue catered by the cafteria's Twelve Oaks Catering and hot tracks spun by DJ Otto Bielss. Ram Jam was the main socializing event of a ridiculously busy weekend for the cam- pus. An alumni luncheon and brick ceremo- ny also took place Saturday aft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

L 6 April 7, 2004 Sports The Rambler !1 Johnson named All-American Honorable Mention Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER From Kansas City Missouri the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2004 NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Ail- American teams. A look at the first, second and third team rosters left some won- dering why Texas Wesleyan's David Johnson, who also happens to be the nation's leader in blocked shots, wasn't on any of them. Concordia's center, Nick Vanderlaan, was picked ahead of Johnson at center. A comparison of their statistics reveals that Vanderlaan just edged out Johnson in five of eight cate- gories. Johnson beat Vanderlaan in assists, blocks and steals per game. All statistics aside, some still feel Johnson belonged on the first team-or at least the second or third. Few players possessed so dominant a presence on the defensive end as he did. However, Johnson would have to settle for honorable mention. According to Johnson, winning o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

, MtM T ' <r - •* ' fr • *-■ « w The Rambler Sports April 7, 2004 7 UConn,from page 6 But the Yellow Jackets defeated the Huskies in the preseason NIT Tournament, which they later championed. But the Jackets were still picked to finish seventh in the extremely competitive ACC. 1 don't understand rankings sometimes. But we're also talking about a ranking system that placed Florida, which exited stage left to Manhattan in the first round, at the no. 1 spot for a short time at the newborn stage of the season. At least it's not the BCS. UConn ended its season on a nine-game winning streak, despite Okafor's back problems. Outrageous performances by Gordon, Anderson, Villanueva and Boone made up for the absence of Emeka's A-game. It was the team's depth and heart that carried them when the strong shoulders and seven- foot wingspan of Okafor could not do it alone. Gordon forced opposing defenses to alter their game plans. Okafor forced opposing offenses to alter shot after shot and game...

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