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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 April 2004

■ v;.:-;-y;^'-- ,; .:,■ 8 April 7, 2004 The Rambler Musicians fafricz tty fnebt^ies With tnuHCfrl fatujness Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan students will be featured in a free jazz combo concert 7:30 p.m. April 13 in Martin Hall. What is a jazz combo? According to Jozef Bobula, senior music major and bass guitarist for the Rodney Booth combo, "A jazz combo is a small group of musicians - usually four to eight - playing different jazz styles - swing, Latin, funk and ballads." Combos I and II (lead by Rodney Booth and Lou Carfa, respectively) will be per- forming in this concert, featuring the talents of Phil Carpenter on trumpet, Thomas Woods and Portia Perkins on piano, Eric Briggs and Josh Eeds on trombone, Bobula on bass guitar and other students. The groups will play jazz standards, originals and new jazz arrangements. Jazz being a genre based in improvisa- tion, the show will feature plenty of impro- vised solos. "That is the point of jazz combo," said Bobula, "to im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

i'W (f Texas The TEXAS WESLEYAN APR 1 5 20M / V E R S I T Y bier The students' voice since 1917 April 14, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 11 News Briefs Art Night Wesleyan's art depart- ment will host a party cel- ebrating the birthday of Leonardo DaVinci at 6 p.m. April 15. The event is a BYOM (Bring Your Own Meat) affair, and the group will attend Aries Poetry Night following the barbecue. For more information, contact Peter Colley at (817) 531-4973 or pcol- ley@txwes.edu. 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. Senior recital Bree Cockerell will perform her senior voice recital at 7 p.m. April 15 in Nicholas Martin Hall. Bingo Night Wesleyan's Student Government Association is hosting Bingo Night at 7 p.m. April 15 at Stella Russell Hall. Two cards cost $1 and cash prizes begin at $10. Fre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

SGA, from page 1 service and also provided helpful information for the Wesleyan security force. This year, the SGA start- ed working on a proposal to change the university's free period from 12:15 p.m. to 10:50 a.m. The reason to lobby for the change, Cooper explained, is due to the apparent lack of students engaging their time on cam- pus around the SUB area during the 12 o'clock hour when in previous years, the SUB seemed to be packed with students during the 10:50 a.m. free period time slot, said Cooper. "We're trying to get that passed because we think that may increase student retention," Cooper said. If students are able to see activities going on during the morning free period, they will more likely want to stay at the university, she said. According to Cooper, the SGA is also working to get the library to change the computer lab's closing time to midnight instead of 10 p.m. One of Cooper's other goals for next year is to "work with the president to put on a job fair for stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

The Rambler Opinions April 14, 2004 3 Campus Comments Are you involved in a campus organization - why or why not? Amy Barnett Senior Education "Yes. [One of the organizations] is the Wesleyan Student Foundation -1 get to act as a liaison between alumni and students and get to work with the president and... outstanding faculty." Ben Eubanks Junior Business Management No. I don't have time." Angela Brown Sophomore Theatre "I'm involved in theatre - if that counts - in all the productions because it's what I want to do for the rest of my life and it's fun and everyone should come and see them." Donald Bartnicki Junior Sports Management "No. To be honest, it's the time. I work full time and I'm married. I'd love to do it but it's something 1 can't fit into my schedule." Toasha O'Dear Junior Theatre "No. I'm a single mom so I can't do too many extracurricular activities. I am involved in the drama depart- ment." Candice Dismuke Freshman Broadcast Journalism "Yes. Gamma Phi Beta because I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

4 April 14, 2004 mpus Life, The Rambler The Spiral Diner offer/ Ye9«n food (hoi i/ healthy ond cheop Decorated with "The Simpsons' figurines, stuffed animals, pictures of cute cow faces and other animals, across the street from Texas Wesleyan Law School, you can find the first Vegan restaurant in Tarrant County. The Spiral Diner can be found inside the Rail Market, between Venison Valley and Pizza by Design Now, 1 know what you're thinking, "Vegan! That can't be good." No meat, no dairy, and no eggs: it's not the American way that we've been taught. Neither is eating small portions or healthy food. So many Americans are over- weight and/or unhealthy. That's exactly why you should try the "cruelty- free food." The Spiral Diner has a wild, but inviting atmosphere that wel- comes anyone willing to try something new and different, or familiar and loved. Kim Sandberg, a 48- year-old mother and security officer said, "The food is tastefully, delightfully different. Something I could eat w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

* a. The Rambler Campus Life April 14, 2004 5 Dr. Hale, a leader in mass comm. He is one of the few, the proud, the mass communication professors of Texas Wesleyan. Dr. Benjamin Hale, mass communication chair and professor, says he has many memo- ries from his 22 years of service at Wesleyan. One of his favorite memories that give him a sense of accomplishment is around "gradua- tion time when students have completed their work," he explains. "Kind of a neat thing to watch. It's also perhaps one of the last times I get to see them for a while," he says. Hale laughs that his greatest accomplish- ment is, "I'm still here." On a more serious note, he mentions the accomplishment that actually has to do with his department. "When Dr. (Michael) Sewell and I first came here, the mass communication department was young... so the growth of the depart- ment is an accomplishment," he says. He wouldn't change much about the department of journalism or broadcast, but he notes that, "Advertising ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

6 April 14, 2004 Sports The Rambler Rams split bill with La Verne at LaGrave Marc Nettles EDlTOR-hf-CHlEF The Rams improved their overall record to 22-19 with a split against non-conference California-based La Verne University on April 8. The Rams fell to the Leopards in the first half of the double fea- ture at LaGrave Field by a count of 6-3 but would rally to pick up the victory in the sec- ond half, 3-2. David Hinson had the ball for the Rams in game one. He received a no-decision, as he allowed three runs on four hits and a walk in four innings of work. McWilliams would be hurt early by a manufactured run in the first. LaVerne designated hitter Danny Bonilla reached on an infield single and would later score on a sacrifice fly to left off the bat of shortstop Ryan Holmes. The Rams would get the run back in the bottom of the second inning when right field- er Jason Diaz led off with a walk and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by left fielder Eric Vaughn. Shortstop Corey St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

v- T nH 1 i i ,f." f •< T ri <r * \ «- < rTTVfTI '< < • I X The Rambler Entertainment April 14, 2004 7 Pros pld& ft?©© ?oj? lets£ fciro© When four years of musical training meets dedicated talent to share virtuosity with the Wesleyan community in one last performance, the event is a senior recital. April 27 and 28, senior music majors Jozef Bobula and Courtney Guyon (a.k.a. Saxophone Barbie) provide live performanc- es free to all, final concerts to fulfill their undergraduate requirements. Music majors spend four years preparing for their recital, selecting pieces, taking les- sons and practicing. According to Guyon, recitals allow musicians to get out of practice rooms and play in more responsive settings. "It is an expression of what musicians know and what shows them off the best," added Bobula. "It is an opportunity to show who I am and what I've learned since I started seven years ago. To do so, the recital would need at least three hours, but 1 had to cut i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 April 2004

8 April 14, 2004 The Rambler Wntertainment Student show is worth the drive Busyness and high gas prices are poor excuses Take a trip. Take a drive. Take an after- noon. Pack a picnic and eat where you're not supposed to, atop an ancient sarcophagus in the Kimbell Art Museum, under the chained- off art tree in Amon Carter's backyard or in a cardboard boat floating upon the foot-deep lake outside The Modern. And while you're chomping down on chicken salad and feeling the intoxication of aesthetic beauty mixed with mild civic dis- obedience, notice this. You are not far from home. You're in the cultural district of Fort Worth, only ten minutes from Texas Wesleyan University. And then when you return to campus, ready to face a bland environment with no permanent gallery space, remember this. The Art Department's Annual Student Art Exhibition is only ten minutes away, in one of the Southwest's most thriving art scenes. r" ' This year's student show runs April 8 - 28 at the Fort Worth Com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

<?i:l2 (W) Texas W E/& r~-g^ >A AK 0\/V I V E R S I T Y TEXAS WESLEYAN apr 2 1 2004 The The students' voice since 1917 April 21, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 12 News Briefs Senior recitals Phil Carpenter will perform his senior trumpet recital 7:30 p.m. April 21 in Nicholas Martin Hall. Thomas Woods will perform his senior piano recital 7:30 p.m. April 22 in Nicholas Martin Hall. These events are free and open to the public. Reader's theatre Theatre Wesleyan pre- sents Playmarket 2004, a reader's theatre of student plays, 7:30 p.m. April 26 at the Thad Smotherman Theatre in the Law Sone Fine Arts Center. The per- formance is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the theatre depart- ment at (817) 531-4983. Worship gathering "Portico," a gathering for worship, meets at 8 p.m. Tuesdays in the fel- lowship hall of Polytech- nic United Methodist Church on the corner of Collard and Rosedale streets. For more information, send e-mail to twu_bsm@ yahoo....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

14Y a«3Vv 8AX 3 The Rambler 2 April 21, 2004 Ceremony, from page 1 "I think it's wonderful they're building new dorms for older students," Cynthia Mayberry said. "It's about time for Texas Wesleyan to update their dorms." Mayberry said that she enjoyed the event, but "hated that some students couldn't come because they had class." According to Baker, the official con- struction Photo by Alejandra Morado Jason Wainwright, sophomore, left, and Courtney Guyon, senior, entertain guests on saxophones before groundbreaking ceremony begins. groundbreaking is scheduled for the end of May or the first of June. Students can track the progress of the dorm's construction through the Wesleyan Web site at http://www.txwes.edu/newseventsinfo/dorm- progress/dorm .htm. Attendees receive commemorative keychains, plastic drinking cups and mini preceding the April 16 groundbreaking ceremony at Texas Wesleyan. Photo by Alejandra Morado shovel souvenirs Details concerning fees need clarification Guest Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

The Rambler Opinions April 21, 2004 3 Letters to the I^ditqr Dear Editor, I spoke with you about a month ago talking about Dora's Hall, or the lunchroom. Well, I'm back and I am still talking about the lunchroom, only this time it is not all bad. 1 am pleased to announce that Dora's has gone to a new system of service; they now feature an all-you-can eat buf- fet. Although it is not your Golden Corral or Luby's, it is still a step in the right direction. Although they changed some things for the better, they changed some things for the worst also. Like the variety of meat that they offer. They do not have very many choices at all, so you find yourself eating the same thing everyday. Also the entries, they rotate the same sides and entrees and it makes you have to eat the same thing. Also, with the meal you get free refills on your drink, but you are going to need them because the cups are so small. They altered the cups when they changed the system. The cups used to be anywhere from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

4 April 21, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Psychology professor Pugh invests in the lives of her students Cristina Armenta How many of those unpopular, "geeky" kids who played for the high school band and were apart of the geeky clubs like chess, did you like? Did they grow up to be one of the most liked, coolest people around? Probably not, unless they were the fabulous Dr. Pugh. In fact, there's no one quite like the Florida native, a person who has the ability to have any college stu- — dent want to wake up and actually look forward to a statistics class. Well that's what Dr. Marilyn Pugh does to most of her students. Her witty personality, funny jokes and smart demeanor are what make this professor stand out from all the rest, and make her one of the most liked professor at Texas Wesleyan. When incoming psychology majors are in the Academic Resource Center debating on what psychology courses to take, Pugh's name is always whispered as being "a good professor to take." Not to say t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

The Rambler Campus Life April 21, 2004 5 Poets, from page 4 Dedication by Patrick Johnson Cravings from depths far beyond my Stomach and hunger suppressed from Deeper and wider a longing Mouth now emerge to entice me. Begging for bread they, with force, their Emptiness indicate, casting Visions of gratification Competitive yearnings of eq- Ual strength, for a better bread baked In purer a heat, make request. Thus two kinds of bread fuel a duel- A war in my body and mind. Indeed one bread betters its rival; But both have a taste that L like. That of the sensual sort—de- Licious and lustful delight! And That of the spiritual kind—more Vast, felt with boundless emotions; Infinite innocent pleasure Trapped in the walls of a second; Purer than we humans can waken. From God does the better bread come Its sweetness of honor and peace The sensual, baked in the sin- Ful fires of temptation, from lust Bestirs and boasts "Moments of rap- Ture palliate their capture!" Because Its charm does not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

/■v'V'■>. *■ .. •' 6 April 21, 2004 Shorts The Rambler Table Tennis sweeps NCTT Championships Patrick Johnson 'staff writer The Texas Wesleyan table tennis team and head coach Christian Lillieroos took a roster of six to San Francisco to compete for the National Collegiate Table Tennis Championship on Easter weekend. Fifteen other teams were invited to the tournament hosted by Stanford University to try their hand at toppling the defending 2002 and 2003 National Collegiate Champion Rams. But the Rams proved to be strong, sweeping the tournament and returning to Texas with a perfect 10-0 record and the championship. Lillieroos was confident his team would do well. "I had to believe that we could win all the titles. My goal was to win all six titles-men's singles, women's singles, men's dou- bles, women's doubles and the team championships." The Rams, whose roster included David Wang, Bijana Golic, Eric Owen, Jarod Lynch, Courtney Roberts and Sabrina Worrell, would begin beating up...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

The Rambler Sports April 21, 2004 7 Lady Rams finish tough weekend at 2-4 Marc Nettles EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Texas Wesleyan softball team fin- ished up a three-day, six-game stretch last weekend with a record of 2-4 and moved their overall record to 17-22. The Lady Rams dropped another double- header to the nation's third-ranked Houston Baptist squad on April 16 by counts of 13-0 and 8-0. They would rebound to sweep Hardin-Simmons the very next day by scores of 6-1 and 4-2 and end their six-game win- less streak. The winning streak, however, lasted less than 24 hours as they fell to the nation's no. 11 team, Bacone, 7-2 and 13-0. In Friday's contest at Sycamore Park, the Lady Huskies used more of the same to improve their winning streak, which has since been snapped by Northwood, to 20 games. The arsenal of strong pitching from Laura Hess, who leads the Red River Athletic Conference in strikeouts with 161 and is second in earned run average with a 0.49, and Cheri Wood, who remains und...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 2004

V ' ^ ■■ ■ ' ' . - V "-j ' , '•> - 'k1'* V'-*-"'Mi ' * • ' ■ . V.V 8 April 21, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler In late April, after the spring musical, you can generally hear a collective sigh of relief ringing from the Wesleyan Theatre Department. Students catch up on classes, get back in touch with friends and reintegrate social activities into their schedules. £ut before that sigh completely exhales comes one final opportunity for the department to serve its students, faculty and audiences. Playmarket 2004 provides an opportunity this semester to hear and respond to student- written plays read and workshopped by cur- rent Wesleyan students and theatre alumni. Free and open to the public, Playmarket offers a different theatre experience than tra- ditional main stage productions. Plays that have been written, revised and discussed in an advanced classroom environment will be moved to the stage for a concert reading. This workshop performance is a critical part of the creative pro...

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

<r : 4/:i3 (e 3") TEXAS IVESLEy/tnj APR 2 3 2004 Texas W e .s l e- y a n University ■ ■ ■*'- ^ — The bier The students' voice since 1917 April 28, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 13 r# 1 y pr- i ee , a lary i filer um- var- ely ng its e). lite iro- .the- an nt to be ) p.m. :e or uml News Briefs Senior recital Courtney Guyon will present her senior saxo- phone recital 7:30 p.m. April 28 at Martin Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Junior recital Krystal Vaughn will present her junior voice recital 7:30 p.m. April 30 at Martin Hall. The event is free and open to the public. Jazz Festival Wesleyan Jazz will host an International Jazz Festival May 1 and 2. Tickets are $5. For more information and to purchase tickets, contact the music depart- ment at (817) 531-4992. Awards Day Awards Day will be held May 3 during free period in Martin Hall. For more information, contact the Student Life Office at (817) 531-4872. Dead Day No classes will be held May 4. Ice cream study...

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

.'••'"v. nil « 2 April 28, 2004 News The Rambler Cleanup, from page I Flowers and Mike Ratliff worked with a hacksaw and a small axe to chop down an old tree. Piper Young, a senior biology major and president of Tri Beta, said, "It looked bad. We used to [clean] it three years ago when we had more people." Young said she was surprised that every- one was so willing to help out. During the minor reno- vation, everyone seemed to be having a good time. Texas native plants, ferns and lantana were donated by Young's brother, Spencer, and mulch was pur- chased by the group for the project. Mike Moreno, a biology lab coordinator at Wesleyan, said that the area was desig- nated as Texas Wildscape around 1998. * "All the plants are native to Texas except the rose bushes," Moreno explained. A professor and his evo- lution ecology class used to keep the area clean until the professor left the university, according to Moreno. He said that it has not been kept up since then. Moreno said he start...

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

The Rambler Opinions April 28, 2004 3 ro- ig |! ki- on ftn- Campus Comments Do you have any regrets about this semester? Beth Worley Senior Education 'Yes. Probably in the selection of teachers." Stephanie Reder Sophomore Biology "I didn't spend enough time with my books." Neal Bridges Senior Psychology '1 regret that I didn't go to class as much as I should have." Jamie Jones Senior English/Biology "Taking Style and Structure and the English Novel [classes] at the same time - lots of reading and lots of writing." Jimmy Juelg Freshman Chemistry 'I didn't study enough for some of my classes." Christina Adams Sophomore Biology 'Just not studying enough. Photos by Whitney Fowler I Continuing the discourse of the Doc Continuing the discourse on Dr Pepper's slogan, having addressed the first sentence, "Be You," let us turn our atten- tions to the second part, "Do what you do." Where the first sentence is designed to compel young adults to prove their originality, the function of the seco...

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