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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

■ m. K Hi I Wesleyan Former Provost Mark Wasicsko grins as he displays a going away present. Freshman students investigate campus organizations during the Organi- zational Fair August 22. Profiles Kari Benoit Armed with a boarding pass in her left hand and a Texas Wesleyan University acceptance letter in her right Kari Benoit boarded an Ameri- can Airlines Boeing 727 for a grueling 10- hour trip from Paris, France to Dallas-Fort Worth. Kari Benoit, a rambunctious, ener- getic. 18-year-old freshman graduated from The American School of Paris where • she finished high school last year. Benoit is no stranger to traveling cross-country and abroad. Her father, a Lieutenant C olonel in the Army, and her mother, an x-ray tech- nician. gave Bertoit a lifetime of adventure experiencing new cul- tures and new phi- losophies. Attending Wesleyan is one more to add to her list. "I really don't know why I picked Wesleyan, but I do know that I was most impressed with the education and the premed p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

.mon, from page 1 F' ib-V m' Owen. The following day, Mitzi Lockett, Simon's mother, ar- rived, determined to find her son but he Owen suffered from a head injury during his senior year in high school on trip to Amarillo. Accord- search has been hin- in8 to Thedford he dered by obstacles . jyas Visiting the Air Police and Marines Force Academy, plan- combed the area but on attending the had to stop frequently following fall when he because of high winds vvas in the car acci- and heavy rains dent. The doctors did which left the jungle notexpecthimtolive area dangerous for the searchers. "The place where Simon is lost is in the middle region of the mountain. This is the most treacher- ous area to get into, said "Nanny" Wanita Thedford, Simon's grandmother. This jungle area is full of vegetation because of the dam- age done to his neck and spine. Simon, however, did live and fought hard for his life. Me was diagnosed with permanent pa- ralysis but refused to believe it. "Simon told me,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

Hart from naap 1 teach this semester," tant to have when she said. making administra- decision. Hart stated that tive and policy deci- "It just made sense to knowledge of the sions. "You have a realize that I couldn't classroom is impor- better feel for what's 11 Karaoke HOWDY DANCE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 8:00 P.M.-12:00 MIDNIGHT STUDENT CENTER-QUAD Food SPONSORED BY: STUDENT GOVERNMEN ASSOCIATION •iWVi abfi'flfl < * r' ft important." Hart said she feels that she can" impact and stay in contact with students as dean though not in the same ways as in the classropm. ^Dr. Norwood did it though advis- ing and assistance with course sched- ules," she said. Hart knows she will have to find what works for her. It is important to her for students to know that she is here, even if they do not have contact with her inclasses. As dean Hart says sh(j feels that she will have opportunity to "get to know a lot more students, not just, marketing ma- jors." Hart cites her recent • participation in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 31 August 1994

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

Costa Rica memories ,vr?- <r ?*% See Campus Section Michael Duuti /Spcfcul to The Rambkf The drenched camp in Costa Rica. The Rambler tennis coach See Sports Section September 14, 1994 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas HHHHi Campus Mourns Professor F,acement Position Vacant im rJI-j , Gail Young/Special to the Rambler Dr. Dollar at April 1994 Alpha Chi/Golden Shears Breakfast with Emily Smtih and Susie Marshall Dr. Alt a Dollar loses battle with cancer he Rambler Fifty-five percent of Texas Wesleyan University students surveyed are unaware of a Place-, ment Office at TWU. Of those students familiar with the Placement Office, 23 percent were- confused about its services. A survey, designed to measure student recognition of the TWU Placement Officer was administered to 100 students on Sept. 6. The students were picked at randorrrtmd consisted of 31 freshmen, 18 sophomores. 11 juniors, 28 seniors, and one law student. Ninety-five percent of the students unaware of the Plac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

September 14, 1994 Volume 71, No. 15 mi Dekira Bihari, Editor Greg Barnes, Managing Editor The Rambler Lori Rentl'row, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout & Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association P lay Ball... Not Really! Has the game fouled out ? f* • wV . ' . * • ' • by Mike Bickle For the eighth time in 22 seasons, major league baseball has a work stoppage. There will be no more professional baseball in 1994. Disgruntled players and owners will make certain of that. I can't decide whose side to be on this time because both the players and management have legitimate issues that need to be addressed, and neither side is willing to listen to the other. On one hand, salaries and expenses need to be controlled so that we. the fans, can still afford to go to games without taking out a small loan. On the other hand, the system of free market enterprise says players have the right to earn what the market will pay. • — ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

e Rambler 3 Dora's Changes Not All Positive Texas Wesley an University Some Students Don't Like New Rules I By Dawn Taylor The Rambler As most of the university community has noticed, the rood Services Department has undergone large changes in the past several weeks. One such change is the addition of Wendi Dill as the new director of food services. I )ill graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in hospitality and has spent the • past two years working in a simi- lar capacity at the University of Southern Colorado and in an office in Texas. ■ Dill says that she "likes the school environ- ment" and is "excited to be here." Dill has worked with Morrison's Hospitality Group to bring about the changes in her department. Morrison's, an in- ternational company w ith many large accounts, had been in con- tact: with and made bids to the university for several years. This year Wesleyan accepted its bid. Morrison's has drawn on its resources, large purchasing power and investmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

m £ !9 U Mike Dixon and his summer students explore the life of Central America By Greg Barnes The Ram bier Managing Fditor The region has a reputation for being un- tamed and uncivilized. But the Central ^American country oi Costa 3<ica not only has the old- est democratic govern- ment in.the Americas, it has some ot largest govern* meni funded national parks around. Some Wesleyan stu- ;dents and professors had a chance to visit some of ( < sta Kit a's nati(inal parks 4his summer as a part of the Introduction to Tropi- t ill, Hii>l<>tt\ and \ criebrMc ■field /.oology summer courses taught by Michael Dixon and l.oren *\nnnerman, both profes- sors ol biolog>. Nine people (seven students and two proles-. sors) went on \he summer t rip. I hey \ isited the ( <>sta Kican towns <>1 San jose, ( ano l'alma and lapa kins where they explored yarious jungle areas in Search of bats, frogs, mon- ke\ s and other unfamiliar life. At their first camp- site in i.apa Rio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

Et Cetera |MB -|M-- ■ ■ iimrarai N :le 11 E-68 ort ft" id p 1° Is 1 ■ m m The Phi Mu Sorority on Bid Day. Sorority News By Lori L. Rentfrow The Rambler RUSH is a four letter word meaning respect, understand- ing, support and happiness. The three campus sororities, Alpha Xi Delta, Gamma Phi Beta and Phi Mu wrapped up fall for- mal rush Monday, Aug. 29. Claire Graham, director of Student Activities and rush ad- visor, stated, "It went very well." It's Grahams job to, "make sure everyone follows the guidelines set by the National Panhellenic Council and act as mediator be- tween the school and the sorori- ties." Phi Mu and Alpha Xi Delta reported problems in ■ the rush period referred to as "dirty rush- .ing,." Graham would not com- ment on the problems, but stated, "It's being handled by the Panhellenic Council." A source who asked not to be named stated, "The infrac- tions consisted of •Gamma Phi Beta putting a banner on the Sig Ep house, painting their cars - "Rush Gamma Phi Beta." ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 1994

Texas Wesleyan Universit By Michelle Wallace The Rambler The intercollegiate program at Texas Wesleyan University has undergone changes since June 1. Administratively, the pro- gram has moved from being under the supervision of vice- president for academic affairs to being under the vice-president for enrollment. This means that the athletic department now answers to Dave Voskuil, vice- president of enrollment manage- ment. "The responsibilities of di- recting athletics this year is a little dif ferent from last year now that we have more of a team approach," said Voskuil. The at liletic director responsibilities have now been divided among Coaches Rosie Stallman, Brad Bass and Bobby Cornett. Coach Stallman is interim athletic chair, while Coach Bass and Coach Cornett are assistant athletic chairs. Coach Bass will be in charge of finances and transportation and Coach Cornett will be in charge of ath- letic fundraising. Voskuil said that one of the objectives is to have the depart- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1994

Wesleyan Law School Goes to Washington See Page 4 ,ffp < <•; f. ^ pSSY^] ^^(Sa&iaiaiBglgp^g? Scjii Wilwa/1 he KainNci Generation A tra Are You a member? See Page 3 The Rambler September 21,1994 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Willson Lecture Features Dr. Gil Watson Atlanta Minister Will Speak on Curing Peripheral Christianity By Elizabeth ' The Rambler Lamb The fall Willson Lecture Se- ries speaker is Dr. George Oilman (Gil) Watson, pastor of Nort'hside United Methodist Church in At- lanta, Georgia. The Lecture Se- ries is Tuesday, September 27 at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday, Sep- tember 28, at 10 a.m. in the 1 lillard 1 kill of the Sone f ine Arts Center. The topic of his Tuesday ad- dress will be "Curing Peripheral Christianity: Understanding the Vision." Wednesday's lecture will be "Curing Peripheral Chris- tianity: Growing the Vision." "His message should be in- spirational. It will be a Christian message; how we grow it [Chris- tianity] and how we make it bet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1994

Deidra Hihari, Editor Greg Barnes, Managing Editor The Rambler Opinions Lori Renifrow, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout <& Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association I I! m : I'.' Pj ■ v'| I- gs Sean Wilson/The Rambler They Should call beauty pageants... "person pageants By (jreg Barnes The Rambler/Managing Editor This last weekend was one of beauty pageant mania. I he Miss America Pageant was Friday night and the Miss Collegiate African-American Pageant was Saturday afternoon. Plus two weeks ago, the Mrs. America Pagaent was held at the Tarrant County Convention Center. Though they call them beauty pageants, the beauty of the contestant is rarely a factor. "Km e, family background, political affiliation and physical handicap carry more weight in these politically correct' pageants than do any talent, swimsuit or evening dress competition," said one Wesleyan student. "Just look at the winner of the Miss America ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1994

t etera Texas VVesleyan University the lp- tt a > of ksh- -25 I are is 30 ich jrbe ing >r the lve lee pl- |n for CAMPUS BRIKFS CAMPUS BR1KFSCAMPDS BR1KFS -Professional Society Of Mass Communicators will meet Thursday, Sept. 22 10:50 a.m. at Mama's Pizza to elect officers, -Sigma Alpha Iota will sell breakfast items before the Willson Lecture on Sept. 28 and 2L) at 10:15 a.m. in the foyer of the Sone Auditorium. . -Lamda Chi Alpha will conduct the Associate Member Ceremony for new members Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. in the Science Lecture'Theatre. -Volunteers needed for Adopt-a-School who can give at least one hour a week mentoring and tutoring at William James Middle School. For information call Judy Arnold at 4945. -Trinity River Awareness Day i s a cleanup project that all the Texas Wesleyan'community , is irtvited to participate in on Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Party alter the cleanup includes a free lunch, prizes and entertainment. -The ice cream cone is having a birthday! C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 1994

aw bchoo ews 4 Texas Wesleyan University Supreme Court Justice Endows Scholarship at Wesleyan Law School M ^ \Y>" wgKm Top: Justice Burger shakes hands with John Duncan. Middle: Matt Toback (left) and Xavier Gonzales (right) pose in Justice Burger's Office. Bottom: Law Pro- fessor John Duncan (left), Judge Joe Spurlock II and Profes- sor John Shampton (right). Burger Meets With Students and Faculty of Wesleyan Students and faculty from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law were granted an exclusive interview with Warren E. Burger, former chief justice of the United States on Aug. 12. in Washington D.C. ' The delegation was led by Matt Toback, a third year law school student, who conceived and cultivated the relationship between the law school and the retired U.S. Supreme Court justice over a period of 13 months. This historic event was the second interview granted to the law school. "This is the only interview of its kind for a law school by a former chief justice recorded on v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

earn wins |p oneyDa seven out of eight See Page 6 Sean WUson/The Rambler Generation tra II Are you a member? See Page 4 r I i The Clark A, Johnson, CEO of Pier One Imports, Inc., is the 1994 Business Hall of Fame winner. By Michelle Wallace The Rambler How university president's salaries compare Clark A. Johnson, GEO and chairman of Pier I Imports, will he honored as the' 1994 Executive of the Year at the 25th annual Business Hall of Fame by Texas Wesleyan University Oct.5. The banquet will begin with a 6:30 p.m. reception and dinner at 7 p.m. at the Fort Worth Club. Gue'st speaker will be Edward Brennan, CEO and chairman of Sears. John Deegan, a retired professor of marketing ol Texas Wesleyan, envisioned a way to honor people who had done a lot for Fort Worth in Iheir business efforts. According to Dr. Sandra Hart, Interim Provost and dean of the ' School of Business, Deegan wanted some way ot recognizing _ entrepreneurs who really went out on the 1 i m b to co m c up wit h innova...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

«' ■. Greg Barnes, Managing Editor Lori Kenttrow, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout & Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association ; Dear Editor, * I am highly opposed to the prices charged by the campus /bookstore at Texas Wesleyan for (textbooks. A mass communica- tion student said that a textbook (she needed for her English class [was $39, but at the Student •Bookstore, in Forest Hill off Grapevine highway, the same •textbook was only $24! Personally, I've had to buy a 'book tor a Management class .that was about $50 and I saved t$20 at the Student Bookstore on that one textbook alone! The Student Bookstore is an independent bookstore that sells textbooks for students at various campuses in the Metroplex. Their prices are usually lower than that of campus bookstore because they purchase text- books from wholesalers rather than from publishers. Do campus bookstores price their textbooks so high because ,of convenien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

re le Jn ir, je id !h a it irs- ■ ■ ampus Texas Wesleyan University Phi Beta Lamda is sponsoring a drawing for an autographed Dallas Cowboys autographed football. Donations for $1.00 can be made Oct 3, 5, and 6 at the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. Drawing will be held Tuesday, Oct. 18. Good-bye Reception honoring Ronnie rector of Physical Plant Sept. 29 from the University Club. * Ervin, di- 3-5 p.m. at Flu Season is coming! Deb Norwood,. Director of Health Services, reminds us that "the optimal time for an organized vaccination campaign is mid-Octo- ber thru mid-November." The flu shots will be given Oct. 1 7. Reserve yours now! Get RAMbunctious Win textbooks compliments of the Wesleyan bookstore for the spring semester.Jf a volleyball is served in the #2 position on the court Campus Briefs is provided as a service to the Texas Wesleyan Community. Announcements of events, meetings and other general campus information should be brought by the Rambler Office, located upstairs in the Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

4 Texas Weslevan University Students observe life in the wild Ry Rebekah Rritton Layout and Desiun. The Rambler It has been rumored that goat man lives there. Everyone knew this local tale, and most everyone on the trip was curi- ous about who the real goat man was. Throughout the years, the I ort Worth Nature Center has liftMi a place where animals .. ould live tree in the. wild. 1 or the third year in a row, 20 Wesleyan biology students and two professors, Dr. Michael I) i \ o n and Dr. Loren \ininciman, visited the center on Sept lb and 17 to trap live rodents and to observe other life in the wild. When they lirst arrived, the group was greeted by a group of 10 or 12 deer. Alter a briefing o! how to set up the rodent traps, i lie students split up into groups with the professors* to set the traps. After the traps were set, one group was led in a tour ol the prairie lands in the center. The guide, Wayne ( lark, interim di- rector ol the fort Worth Nature ( enter, identified the di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

Cetera lexas Wesley an University kit up all Ire lu- lu- les hi lu~ lot lii- las }s] Ise ln- a )> 3ehind closed doors: The fc By Rhonda Aghamalian " r The Rambler ' "Jl fijjfit fieart fives font)." VJie be fiefs you focus your attention on create the realities that you live uritfi, play with, best or are beaten by." " I shop, therefore 1 am." Believe it or not, these say- ings are not excepts from an intro to a philosophy textbook. These are a tew samples from the various bumper slickers, car- toons, buttons and posters that hang on or around various fac- ulty members' office doors. II you have never paid par- ticular attention to what hangs on the door of your favorite (or unfavorite) faculty member, then you are missing out on an , opportunity to absorb that ' professor's particular philoso- phy. Door decorations provide a clue about the personality of the person who occupies that office. Often u cartoon or saying tacked outside a door indicates a professor's sense of humor tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 1994

Texas Wesleyan University I named By Lydia Martin The Kamblcr The. Sports Medicine Depart- ment of Texas Wesleyan Univer- sity has taken strides in the de- velopment of the department and in the care ot athletes. Until this year the training stall consisted of a part-time trainer and l ive student trainers. 1 he University hired I'am Hast this summer lor the position of tlie Head Athletic Trainer and Director ol Sports Medicine. Rast received her bachelor and masters of science in edu- i atipn degrees from Baylor Uni- versity with a major in physical education and minor in biology. She is currently attending Texas Women's University, finishing her doctoral degree in Kinesiol- ogy with a speciality in Biome- chanics. Rast has J 2 years of experi- ence in sports medicine and spent the last three years as the contract trainer for area varsity football-teams. Since.june 1991, she has been a staff trainer at Texas Women's Sports ('.amps. Rast was also the host trainer for the 1987 Fan Am...

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