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

4 April 28, 2004 ampus JJje The Rambler Professor, lawyer, philanthropist yearns to make a difference What does Fort Worth have that Japan. China and Russia do not? Texas Wesleyan University, for one, and two. Dr. Mark Oppenheimer, director of paralegal studies at Wesleyan. At the ripe age of 55, Dr. Oppenheimer has accomplished more in his lifetime than most can ever hope to achieve in an entire century. He has proven himself to be an experienced lawyer, a gifted teacher and a compassionate crusader for those in need. For a well-traveled man like Oppenheimer, it says a great deal that he has cho- sen to build his nest in this urban cow town we call Fort Worth. Oppenheimer received his bachelor's degree in Oriental history and French at the University of Denver. He then studied law at UCLA School of Law. His education progressed as he obtained an MBA at the University of Technology in Finland and finally an advanced degree in European union law from Leicester University in England. ...

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

The Rambler Campus Life April 28, 2004 5 KA Some students simply walked by, many stopped to stare, a few joined in. However, cold, rainy weather couldn't stop fun-loving people from enjoying cam- pus life on April 24. The Kappa Alpha Order, Wesleyan's newest fraternity, hosted its inaugural mud volleyball tournament next to Stella Russell Hall, but with far fewer teams than anticipated. Chris Miller, a senior theater major and member of KA, said Thursday, "We have 12 teams as of today. We hope to have 22." Only five teams showed up for the fes- tivities. Miller said that some of University of Texas at Arlington's KA chapter were sup- posed to par- ticipate, but they proba- bly thought that it was rain delayed or canceled. "I knew when I woke up and saw lightning, no one was going to show up," Miller said. "But we came out to have a good time," he continued. Patrick Anderson, a Wesleyan senior and president of KA, said, "It was good times. Good eats." The fraternity spent more than $...

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

Sports The Rambler Golf in third, seven strokes back after day one at Regionals The Texas Wesleyan men's golf team has returned to its championship form. A week after rallying a come from behind effort in the last round to steal the Pioneer Invitational in Lubbock from Southern Nazarene on April 20, the Rams are in the hunt once again, as they are in third place of the NAIA Region VI Tournament, which is being held at the Squaw Valley Golf Club in Glen Rose. Wesleyan rallied from two strokes down in Lubbock to gain always useful momentum as they headed into the regional tournament. The Rams were led by junior Euan Mcintosh, who fired a four-over par (72-75- 73=220) to finish third overall. Mcintosh's back-nine play was "remarkable," said head coach Kevin Millikan in a press release. Mcintosh was able to save par from the bunked on the 17th hole and on the 18th hole with a downhill chip that rested three feet from the flag. "Euan has been playing really solid the last three tournamne...

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

The Rambler Entertainment April 28, 2004 7 T*hG tousical meek in pKo^odPdplis Associate professor and department chairman Tim Ishii took the Wesley an jazz program on the road last week- end. Some twenty stu- dents and faculty trav- eled 400 miles to Kansas April 23-24 to perform and participate in the Wichita Jazz Festival. Wesleyan's jazz ensemble I and ensemble II (also know as Eclecticide) and first and second jazz combos all performed in the event before heading back to Fort Worth. Photos courtesy ot Wesleyan Music iSenior music major Phil Carpenter presented his senior trumpet recital 7:30 p.m. April 21 in Martin Hall. The program Icontained a mix of classical and jazz repetoire and showcased Carpenter's stylistic range and performance stamina. At left, (Carpenter performed Vivaldi's Concerto with Wesleyan music alumnus and UNT graduate student, James Lind on trumpet land adjunct piano faculty Dr. Victoria Lington accompanying. Below and from the left, former Wesleyan music st...

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

8 April 28, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler trTfvnct Jo^xjai [) £ y i fAora^r\ TlW Skylo(r\ C^iST Photos by Rebekah Sierra Area children present their artistic creations in Texas Wesleyan's Sixth Annual Children's Art Exhibition April 15 - May 5. Associate professor Kit Hall started this tradition six years ago to usher in the spring season and to connect with and showcase neighborhood children. The show, installed on the third floor of the West Library, is free and open to the public. Photos by Candic Sampson From top left, Wesleyan playwrights Jason Stuart, Casey McMahen and Adam Martin had works in progress performed by student and alumni readers in Theatre VVesleyan's Fifth Annual Playmarket. The event, 7:30 p.m. April 26, was held in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. Senior musical theatre major Angela Krahula pre- sented her Bachelor of Fine Arts proj- ect, Sentimental Journey, 5 p.m. April 24 in Martin Hall. The program compiled popu- lar WWII songs and fea- tured Susan Ishii accom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

IZ-'ttCcs) The Rambler will again begin publication in the fall. Thank you and good luck with finals. TEXAS WESU VAN MAr 0 5 2004 The The students' voice since 1917 May 5, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 91, No. 14 News Briefs "Friends" party Wesleyan's Student Government is sponsoring a "Friends" television show party from 7 to 9 p.m. May 6, in Stella Russell Hall. Students are invited to watch "Friends" and compete in "Friends" trivia. Popcorn and drinks will be provided and "Friends" memorabilia will reward trivia contest winners. For more information, contact the SGA at (817) 531-4267 or stugov@tx wes.edu. Theatre banquet Wesleyan's Alpha Psi theatre honor society is hosting the annual theatre banquet 7:30 pm. May 12 at the Best Western Fort Worth Executive Inn at 2000 Beach St. For more information or to purchase tickets, con- tact Jessica Lambert at (817)531-4992. Robing The senior robing cer- emony will take place 11 a.m. May 14 at Polytechnic United Methodist Church. Graduation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

... 2 May 5, 2004 News The Rambler Closure, from page 1 making it more attractive for students to return, the gov- ernment still loQks at the sta- tistics of non-returning stu- dents, and they continue to grant visas sparingly on that sentiment. The scrutiny of visas has increased following 9/11, but "Perhaps before 9/11 there was not enough," Lommel said. Texas Wesleyan's initia- tive in China to offer the Intensive English program for students planning to study here, was forced to close last year due to visa denials for all the students applying to study at Wesleyan after completing the program. According to a survey by the Council of Graduate Schools, applications from international students at 90 percent of American colleges and universities for fall 2004 are down. The Chronicle for Higher Education reported that applications from China have fallen by 76 percent and those from India has dropped by 58 percent. Top officials in the Bush administration made the rec- ommendation to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

The Rambler Opinions May 5, 2004 3 Campus Comments What has been your most memorable moment over the past year at Wesleyan? Allizon Coseriu Senior Psychology "Taking Dr. Bell's Internet Services class and now being able to say I can create a Web page." Judy Allred Junior BBA/MIS "Today when I was sitting at the awards ceremony, it was wonderful to celebrate people's successes together." Rachel Carter Senior BBA/MBA "When I met my Gamma Sigma Sigma big sis', Rebekah Sierra." Jean Smith Junior Education "Being able to present my weekly lesson plan at the last minute." Danny Chism Sophomore Religion 'When 1 realized that 1 was the smartest man on campus." Chris Miller Senior Theatre "When I told Danny he was the smartest man on campus." Photos by Whitney Fowler The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G Jeffcoat, Publisher Amy Keen, Adviser Man Nettles, editor-in-chief Whitney Fowler, news editor Casey McMahen, opinions editor Whitney Fowler, photo editor Alex Vorse, entertain...

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

4 May 5, 2004 Campus L ije The Rambler Dr. Bell 9iyo/ o neui yieui lo Spcini/h "Hola mis tesoros!" If you smiled after reading this phrase it's not because you know what it means. More likely, this phrase awakened fond memories of Spanish class with Dr. Amy Bell, Wesleyan's vivacious associate Spanish professor. These words, which in English mean "Hello my treasures," are the first spoken by Dr. Bell entering the classroom with her mobile phone, used for timekeeping purposes, and her TCU notepad, on which she drafts the days lesson schedule. These words also mark a transi- tion from boring and tedious to fun and exciting as students enter Dr. Bell's world, a world where the les- sons on her notepad come to life in the form of games, dialogues and interactions-all in Spanish. Far from the typical methods of learning a new language involving long lectures, and even longer repetitions, Dr. Bell encourages students to use Spanish to talk about their daily routines and 'real world' exper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

The Rambler Campus Life May 5, 2004 5 Cuisine on a Real College Budget: Jack in the Box Our weekly article of'Cuisine on a College Budget' has ranged from resaturants of normal price to a little bit below that. This is a true example though, of'Cuisine on a College Budget.' Sitting in my dorm room on deadline day, 1 began scav- enging for change throughout my room. 1 needed money to go eat around here to write this arti- cle. I eventually found $1.60 in dimes and nickels. Oh great, 1 thought, no article for this week. But lo and behold, I chose to write one on Jack in the Box. I'm sure all of you, at least one point in your life, have experienced a Jack in the Box. It's cheap food that some really like, and some don't. Often overlooked by Wesleyan on-campus residents, Jack in the Box is an alternative to the usual Whataburger and McDonald's. Just another 3/4 of a mile down Lancaster, and there you are. A cheap, fast, good meal at almost any time. The .99 cent menu includes 2 beef ta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

6 May 5, 2004 Sports The Rambler TheR Johnson named to Heartland Invitational Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER "I'm not finished playing basketball." These were the words of senior David Johnson spoken in the locker room after the Rams lost their last game of the season to Langston in March. The Rams were looking ahead to a playoff match up against conference- rival Houston Baptist University just five days later. On Saturday, March 6, David Johnson suited up in a Texas Wesleyan jersey for the last time, as the Rams would suffer defeat. But his words may still hold some truth. After a stellar year, Johnson has been invited to play in the Heartland Invitational Tournament (HITT) to be held in Tulsa, Okla. May 6-8. According to the tournament Web site, the tournament will feature, "The very best athletes from the college ranks, several talented Europeans intermixed with exceptional high school players. NBA personnel ranging from scouts and general managers to 'hands-on' team owners will b...

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

The Rambler Entertainment May 5, 2004 7 "Glie inusiccd oieek in phafcog&ctphs mi Junior music major Krystal Vaughn presented her junior voice recital 7:30 p.m. April 30 in Martin Hall Vaughn was accompanied by adjunct pianist Aimee Hurst and freshman guitarist Mark Appling. Photos by Candie Sampson Senior Courtney Guyon (above and below) presented her senior recital Saxophone Barbie 7:30 p.m. April 28 in Martin Hall. Guyon tackled 20tli century solo saxo phone repetoire and assembled a quartet for a jazzy closer. Senior Jozef Bohula (seen right) presented his senior recital 7:30 p.m. April 27 in Martin Hall. Bohula showcased his virtuosity on the ver- satile bass guitar in clas- sical and jazz seclec- tions. He was joined by musical friends in a bass duet, bass trio and jazz combo. Photos by ( andic Sampson m% L X Middle school and high school jazz bands from Arlington High, Brewer High, Cedar Hill High, Frisco High, Rrum High, James Bowie High, James Martin High, O. D. Wyatt Hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 May 2004

8 May 5, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler mm m w m f\ mm m success Aren't you jealous of those students who are extremely talented both as athletes and as artists? Well ladies and gentlemen, we have found a new amphibious culprit, the mar- velous Cortney Johansen. By morning and evening, she plays start- ing setter for the Lady Rams volleyball team. By day and late night, Johansen is a junior Wesleyan art major. BUMP, SET, SET Johansen started playing club volleyball at age nine. Why volleyball (as opposed to soccer, basket- ball, track or softball)? "I've been watching vol- leyball since I was little," Johansen answered, "It just started an itch in me. I couldn't wait to get my first volleyball shoes and first ankle braces." I guess it didn't hurt that her dad was a volleyball coach either. With childhood interest and family encouragement, Johansen grew into a suc- cessful player on club and school volleyball teams. She was a three-year let- terman at Grapevine High School, where she...

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

W(c.s) ~ ^'"' • H#*£4i ~ • «, ^ 5^X!w IBP'W - iifc.4-4 TEXAS WESLEYAN sep 0 8 2004 Texas W E ,,<$■" "L B~^Y AN UNIVERSITY The bier The students' voiee since 1917 September 1, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. r re n rid id. rr Irk. |n. I igh |h. irts and News Briefs Story Time Starts The Masonic Home plans to start up its reading program for disadvan- taged children Sept. 13 at Wesleyan. An additional reading will take place on Sept. 15. For more information contact Dr. Stacia Neeley of the English department at (817) 531-4907. SGA The SGA (Student Government Association) hosts its first meeting on at 4 p.m on Sept. 2. Student opinion is welcome and needed for the government to help get students what they want. Meetings are held in the Carter Conference room on the second floor of the student union build- ing. Enrollment The Rambler contact- ed Pati Alexander for enrollment numbers for the fall semester, but the information was not yet available. Look for the numbers in next we...

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

2 September 1, 2004 News ;>V f f *0 \ C. ' , v> vj. ""The Rambler Miriam Espinosa Espinosa ,from page 1 well as providing for faculty needs, Espinosa said. The long- range aspect of the job includes planning for new facilities ~and, on the academic level, revising programs. Many of these plans involve locating funds to make these changes possi- ble, Espinosa said. Working to meet the needs of students and faculty is like "working a puzzle," she said, but "the students work very hard and the fac- ulty here are very dedicat- ed." A major project for the school is the proposal to build a new facility that would provide additional classrooms, science labs and state-of-the-art technology to our math, science and com- puter science students. The building would be located between the Ella C. McFadden Science Center and the O'Neal-Sells Administration Building. According to Espinosa, Wesleyan must match a $1 million grant that was pro- vided by the federal govern- ment. "The school of...

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

t mekst. The Rambler iTT" Opinions September 1, 2004 3 ire 11 by ent e r Campus Comments Meet your Rambler staff: What is the most adventurous thing you did this summer? Whitney Fowler junior, mass communication editor-in-chief 'Riding up the Mekong River by boat in Thailand!" Nici Sandberg junior, mass communication news editor "I climbed Mount Eleanor, fell down three or four times because of rain and slippery rocks and fed chip- munks out of my hand." Sharesa Alexander senior, mass communication campus life editor "I traveled the entire length of the United Kingdom and saw Will Smith in London." Patrick Johnson freshman, English sports editor "1 was in a tornado, and, from what 1 heard, it wasn't too far from us." Jillian Jones sophomore, biology photo editor "1 went to eight different states: Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri." Rhealyn McMillan junior, theater entertainment editor "I unpacked my entire apartment with only a Maglite fla...

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

m 3 v> 4 September 1, 2004 Campus Life ^he Rambler New print management system now up and running TERESA ALCALA "contributing writer Paper is out of fashion for the fall, and electronic documents are all the rage ... at least on the Wesleyan campus. With the new semester, Wesleyan launched the much-antici- pated print management and log-in access system earlier this month. The computer labs at Wesleyan faced a major overhaul throughout the entire campus. All of the com- puter labs were equipped with the new Windows XP operating system and the new print management sys- tem. This system allows for easier and more efficient Internet access and navigation and will ensure ade- quate security to students when using computers throughout the university campus, administrators said. "Basically anyone could come on campus and obtain access to com- puters," said John Gonzales, admin- istrative assistant to the provost. "This new system will protect such incidents from happening. This sys- te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 September 2004

ifi- - W+* -5®^" -4 •> - .* . V- - . - - r >* y^v V The Rambltir Campus Life September 1, 2004 5 Quizno's replaced by two new food venues Naming contest coming soon ADVERTISEMENT thuydung nguyen CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Brown-Lupton Campus Center is scheduled to open two new food ven- ues, Monster Sandwich and a yet-to-be- named fast food grill, on Sept. 7. The eateries will replace Quizno's, which closed over the summer. 'it was everyone's anticipation that the opening would be before school started," said Cary Poole, dean of stu- dents. However, the need for a new venti- lation hood for the grill and a health inspection from the city of Fort Worth has caused the uni- ________ versity to miss the Aug. 23 deadline. Wesleyan decided to replace Quizno's in response to student com- plaints about expensive prices. Twelve Oaks, a catering service to most of the Dallas community colleges, made the decision to add Monster Sandwich and the fast food grill. According to Pati Alexander, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 September 2004

Shorts The Rambler TT Athletics director steps away to reconnect with first loye Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan men's head basketball coach Terry Waldrop recently resigned from his post as director of intercollegiate athletics to focus more squarely on basket- ball. Kevin Millikan, who was both assistant director and head coach of the Wesleyan golf team, was appointed as interim director in his place. Both served in their —— respective positions for two years. Waldrop, who was hired to coach the men's basketball pro- gram five years ago, was extremely instrumental in the athletic pro- gram's return to the NALA in 2002. Waldrop cited the "lack of time" as a major factor in his deci- "dictated that I could not continue to do both jobs with the priority that each deserves nor at the level that I demand out of myself." Waldrop said, "It has been very satisfying to see the growth and success of all our sports. However, the time I spent administratively took so much away from ba...

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

,-T>7wTr The Rambler" Sports September 1, 2004 7 Chasing hoops dreams California native makes Texas home Sports schedules, from page 6 Vince Williams relaxes in Stella Hall lounge. Sharesa Alexander CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR With nine fresh new faces, the Wesleyan men's basketball team has taken on a new look for the new season. One addition to the team is 22-year- old Vince Williams, senior sociology major. At 6 feet, 8 inches tall and 245 pounds, Williams is one of the team's three captains and is slated to play the center position for the team. Williams' essential role as a captain is to pro- vide leadership, arrange practices and set a positive example to the team. Williams said that he hopes to bring a good inside presence down in the post. "I am a senior and have been around dif- ferent [playing] environments and can offer experience," explained Williams. He said the team is getting along and is working well together. "We all have experience," he said. "Everyone knows their role, ...

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