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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 September 2004

■ tfi 8 September 1, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler Warning: W.E. T. pushes the limits Jad B. Saxton CONTRIBUTING WRITER j£\y Sexy, shocking and hilarious! Senior the- — ater major Jessica Roberts produced a senior project that completes her degree requirements with "a click, no a bang!" Performed at Arts 5th Avenue in the Fort Worth Hospital District, Warning Explicit Theater {W.E.T.) offered many sur- prises to the crowd of people that huddled into the intimate space where there was standing room only by show time. "I thought it was a really unique arts space," Roberts said. "The directors were hospitable, easy to negotiate with and very encouraging to the upcoming generation of Fort Worth artists." Guests were seated at tables with wine and cheese, but were also offered souvenir temporary tattoos. The stage was decorated as a slinky burlesque dressing room with unmen- tionables strewn about, but soon the unmentionables were not only mentioned but thrown in your face! "I believe J...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

„■* ..-tssw'i . . <?2 : 3 ( c 3") Texa? W e The IN/V I V E R S I T Y TEXA3 11 - : f ~ sep 1 7 2004 bier The students' voice since 1917 September 8, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 2 News Briefs Wesleyan Singers New visiting professor Mark Stamper will lead the Wesleyan Singers in a concert at 3 p.m. on Sept. 12. The concert will be held in Marty Leonard Community Chapel at Lena Pope Home just off of Hulen and 1-30. For details on commu- nity concerts, visit www. lenapopehome. org. To learn more about the Wesleyan Singers, contact the music department at (817) 531-4992 or visit the department's Web site at http://department. txwes. edu/mns/. Online Registration Wesleyan seniors may be able to register online soon. The Office of Student Records is cur- rently conducting testing to ensure a working sys- tem. A pilot group will try to register for spring class- es using the new system in mid-October. Call Student Records for more informa- tion at (817) 531-4469. See You at the Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

* r, 2 September 8, 2004 News The Rambler' GNAP, from page 1 and constant updating, he also said the cost of the pro- gram is "not a deterrent." "The program is more than self- —————— "With proper development and oversight, this option yvill provide quality educa- tion to registered nurses who could not otherwise attend a nurse anesthesia program." I'm pretty prejudiced, but I don't think there is a better program in the country," he said. "1 think the program and —— the universi- sufficient, said Martin. The university hired Martin in June 1993. He served _____ as assistant direc- tor of the GPNA before being named director in October 2002. He said he is very proud of the program. "I think it's excellent. ty represent the students well while they're here, and I think that after the students graduate and ______ move on, they represent the university and the program well, too." Tuition increase familiar to Wesleyan and area schools Tyler Atkinson Alexander, the vice president Alexand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

m % ■ *. >-# • *. *" StBSA vifc •*>'' tfi*. The Rambler Opinions September 8, 2004 3 Campus Comments What is your secret to life? ■in 111 LaSheryl Handy freshman pre-law 'Going to the mall and shopping all day." n Johnathan Karowski freshman mass communication "You don't have to please anyone yourself." but Lauren Mester sophomore elementary education 'I wake up every morning with a smile on my face." Scott Sikes sophomore undecided "I don't know. It varies from person to person." Justin Ward junior finance 'I don't know. Have fun.' Dan Bruce senior marketing "Surrounding myself with upright people who help mutually make life a continually uplifting experience." Photos by Christine Peircc The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Kelh Lamer. Aih iser Whitney Fowler, editor-in-chief Nici Sandherg. news editor Sharesa Alexander, campus life editor Jillian Jones, photo editor Patrick Johnson, sports editor Alejandra Morado. advertising manager Rheal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

4 September 8, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Professor's long road leads to Wesley an Tyler Atkinson STAFF WRITER An opening in the school of business brings a new associate pro- fessor to the Wesleyan family. His name is Dr. Sameer Vaidya, or sim- ply put, Dr. V. He's traveled a long road to reach Texas Wesleyan - one that began in Bombay, India, where he was born. Vaidya spent most of his school years in Bombay, from elementary school through college. After receiv- ing his bachelor of commerce degree, he came to the United States to pursue a master's in business administration at the University of Texas, Pan America. While earning his MBA, Vaidya said one of his professors greatly influenced his future by encouraging him to consider obtaining a doctor- ate. At the time, Vaidya decided to take a corporate position with Circuit City as an operations manager. However, Vaidya soon realized his professor was right. "I wasn't happy doing what I was doing," he said. He had a lot of good e...

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

The Rambler Campus Life September 8, 2004 5 OC gets a touch of heaven ADVERTISEMENT Christine Peirce OPINIONS EDITOR Danny Kirkpatrick, 23, accepted the hall director position for O.C. Armstrong Hall and is ready for the coming year of serving his residents while studying at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Pampa, Texas, native graduated this past May from Hardin-Simmons University with a bachelor of arts in theology. He has taken on the job of hall director after three-and-a-half years of residential assistant experience from HSU and serving as an inter- im dorm director for a portion of the summer. His goal in seminary is to finish with a masters in divinity in two-and-a-half years, "unless God calls me to do postgraduate work," Kirkpatrick said. "Glorifying God is my only goal in life. I do this in everything from being a good husband to leading others to salva- tion in Him," he said. Kirkpatrick has been married four months now to Michelle Kirkpatrick, whom he ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

6 September 8, 2004 Sports The Rambler Lady Rams make the consummate unit MARK NETTLES STAFFWRITER Rick Johansen, Texas Wesleyan head volleyball coach, is excited about this year's squad and their potential this season. "This team shows the most promise of any I have coached at Wesleyan," says Johansen. "This is one of the best volleyball teams Wesleyan has seen in a while," agrees his daughter Cortney Johansen, team captain and senior setter. "We have eight returning play- ers and four outstanding freshmen." Some other descriptions being tossed Rams foretells disaster. In last season, they were a victory away from the national tour- nament, and they have added four promising freshmen and have eight returning players. Some of those opponents, however, will not have to worry about playing as many games against Wesleyan. The ever-competitive Red River Athletic Conference underwent a realignment of sorts this year, as it was split into an east and a west zone. Powerhouse Houston Baptis...

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

r *.* *• * #6 <t •#k- -v- rt r«* > •> - • # ,# 4 •*•** - * ■ The Rambler Entertainment September 8, 2004 7 Supporting their own: Theater and music departments hire former students Ashley Roberts CONTRIBUTING WRITER Former students Alex Vorse and Elizabeth Miller were recently hired on to the Texas Wesleyan University staff. Neither student had planned to work for the university, but both stated that a great opportunity had presented itself. Vorse was a music major with a minor in English and Miller was a theater major. Vorse graduated from Kennedale High School in 1999 and finished his degree at Wesleyan in May. After his graduation, Vorse began teaching a keyboard class to children at the Primrose School in order to save money to attend graduate school in Germany. The position Vorse filled as marketing and technol- ogy assistant is new this fall and was created after four resignations and retirements in the music department since spring 2004. Vorse said the department felt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 September 2004

8 September 8, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler Theatre Wesleyan prepares for estrogen-filled Lughnasa Jad B. Saxton STAFF WRITER Commentary Dancing at Lughnasa rehearsals are underway, heading off an exciting sea- son for Theatre Wesleyan. Cast and crew buzz about their busy rehearsal as I steal a few shots of their intimate interactions. The Mundy sis- ters, of the Brian Friel play, are dancing about as Adam Martin, senior theater major and assistant director and choreographer, teaches them a lively Irish dance. The show is not your typ- ical musical theater produc- tion, but rather a show that incorporates a more realistic interpretation of how the music of a people influences their culture. "It takes place in Ireland in 1936, which requires a lot of research and attention to detail." said Jeanne Everton, director and associate professor of theater. Despite the challenges, this talented group of profession- als is taking on the arduous task aggressively and carefully. Junior theate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

. * 4 « * **<k WW : S -S ) T £ X A S W eA L E y A N\ U N I V E R S I T TEXAS WESLEYAN SEP t 7 2004 The The students' voice since 1917 September 15, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 3 I |)f es ats is ice News Briefs Wesleyan Sunday Texas Wesleyan Sun- day is a time when Polytechnic United Meth- odist Church and Texas Wesleyan get together to celebrate their relation- ship. A reception will immediately follow the service. The special service will be held on Sept. 19 in the church. Deindividuation The Texas Wesleyan art exhibit, Deindividua- tion, will have a reception honoring the artists from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 17 at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. Artists include: Ben Bererra, Thad Burns, Peter Colley, Terri Cummings, Jill Foley, Kit Hall, Paul Randall, Suzette Rangel and Melissa Rodriguez. The exhibit will con- tinue to run until Sept. 29. For more information visit the Web site at www'. thearthouse. Ixwes.edu. Toastniasters Toastmasters contin- ues their weekly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

ews The Rambler 2 September 15, 2004 / Photo by Whitney Fowler Texas Wesleyan honors Jo WiUa and Jack Morton, donors of $1 million, at a press conference in the Bragan Fellowship Hall. Photo by Whitney Fowler Constance Pullam, senior religion major, Cassie Newton, junior Christian education major, and Katie Chamness, senior Christian education major, enjoy a brunch after the donation celebration. NEW STUDENT HOUSING COMING IN SUMMER OF 2005 Campus fitness needs boost of energy Photo by Rebekah Sierra New student housing still scheduled for July of 2005. New dorm, from page 1 tions will take precedence over incoming students except for those with room grants. "The building has to pay for itself, so we won't have any room grant students liv- ing over there," Baker said. A four-bedroom apart- ment in the new facility will cost $375 per month, and a two-bedroom apartment will cost $425, available for 10- and 12-month leases. In the four-bedroom apartment, two people will share a bath- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

The Rambler Opinions September 15, 2004 3 le d W& to Campus Comments Who is your ideal leader and why? Astrid Brown freshman pre-med 'Anybody with integrity that knows what they stand for and won't back down." Justin Cravens sophomore criminal justice "Bush - he's from Texas." Lyndsey Jones sophomore education "It would have to be George W. Bush. I like the fact he's a Christian and he stands up for what he believes in." Keith Hodges junior general studies "My dad because he's so accom- plished - two degrees and he played for the NFL Falcons." Amanda Potter junior art '1 think that a good leader would be someone who listens to their constituents and represents them to the best of their ability." Faith Beverly senior bio-chemistry "My boyfriend because he puts a lot of energy into doing what he believes is the moral thing to do, and he helps people in need without hestiation. Happy birthday, Chris!" Photos by Christine Peirce The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold Ci J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

4 September 15, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Student Life gives the breath of life Zachary Davidson CONTRIBUTING WRITER Has the cost of tuition and books left you searching for change in the couch cushions for gas money to drive to school? Once again, Student Life comes to your rescue with numerous opportunities to pick up some quick cash. Each month there will be five "Quiz-wiz" questions available in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. The first person to turn in correct answers to the five questions will receive $10. There will also be a second opportunity to earn $ 10 by solving the new riddle each month in the game, "Riddler." For a chance to earn $50 for Christmas gifts, students may go by the Student Life office and fill out a game piece to enter the "Pigskin Pick 'Em" fantasy football contest. Scores will be tabulated each week, and the winner for the semester will receive $50 before finals week. In addition to finding ways to give fast cash, Student Life is also providing many ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

The Rambler Campus Life September 15, 2004 5 Weekend University gives student flexibility Tyler Atkinson STAFF WRITER Wesleyan is making changes to become more accessible to the commu- nity. Dr. Karen Hodges is now the coor- dinator of the newly renovated Hyde Weekend/Evening University. The weekend/evening university program allows students to choose from four majors including liberal studies (previously named interdisciplinary studies), paralegal studies, sociology and sociology with criminal justice emphasis. The weekend/evening program - as well as the liberal studies degree plan for which Hodges serves as the adviser - offers students flexibility and variety. "It's for the students who have a varied undergraduate degree. [Some students are] looking at lots of different courses and have ■—— been to three or four different colleges and come to Wesleyan to try to finish. We try to find a focus," Hodges said. "It is geared to ———— the person who has not finished a degree and sees t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

V^V «r >1 6 September 15, 2004 Sports The Rambler Rams get no love at home * VV ' * '0 marc nettles This is becom- ing an epidemic, it seems. Every year, I am asked to write a column about the overall lack of school spirit at Wesleyan. I might turn a few heads for a few minutes, but before any real affect is made, my attempt simply goes in one apathetic ear and out the other of nearly all the Wesleyan students, staff, faculty and administration. Being a true blue (and yellow) Ram loyalist, however, I am driven to con- tinue this seemingly hopeless quest before I c-walk the stage in May. Instead of simply stating my bold opinions about the cheerleading squad, I have decided to try and find out what exactly is the problem with this univer- sity's school spirit. Is it something in the water? Is it something in the food at Dora's, other than the screw I bit down on in my bee- faroni surprise last week? Or is it some- thing deeper? Personally, I have never understood the apathy at thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

- *-* , The Rambler Sports September 15, 2004 7 Rams import foreign flavor patrick johnson SPORTS EDITOR As the never-ending advances in technology shrink our world one discov- ery at a time, people from all across the globe are trading ideas, products and infor- mation. The sports world too, is enriched by this contraction. A hundred years ago few could have foreseen the possibility that a boy in Bendigo, Australia, could grow up admiring Michael Jordan and Larry Bird who played on the other side of the world. Almost no one would have guessed that same boy would actually be running and shooting in American gyms. Yet Ben Hunt, the 26-year-old native of Australia and new addition to the Wesleyan men's basketball team, has done just that. "I started playing basketball at age 6. I first learned to play in my hometown, Bendigo, way back in 1984," he said. "The player I most admire today is Allen Iverson. In history, I admired Larry Bird and Michael Jordan for the way they carried themse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 September 2004

8 September 15, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler Wesley an's Art Mob to exhibit at Gallery Night Jad B. Saxton STAFF WRITER Breaking down barriers and making a name for themselves, the Wesleyan art stu- dents known as "The Art Mob" take on Fort Worth like nobody's business. In only their second year of existence, The Art Mob has met its goal of acquiring a venue to display its creative conglomeration during one of Fort Worth's most prestigious events, Gallery Night. "We succeeded," exclaimed Melissa Rodriguez, senior art major and member of The Art Mob. Gallery Night is an evening when most local galleries - along with other local busi- nesses that participate - open their doors for gallery hopping. The Art Mob's exhibition, Deindividuation, has its official reception on Sept. 17, but the show is currently open to the public at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, which is on the circuit for Gallery Night. The group originally set out to be a com- munity of individuals who share a pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 2004

(e 3s) ,.#4WMr Texas W E ■ "V Y A N\ UKN I V E R S I T The TEXAS WESLEYAN sep 2 2 2m bier The students' voice since 1917 September 22, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 4 I News Briefs Blood drive Texas Wesleyan will host a blood drive on Sept. 22. The American Red Cross bus will be on cam- pus to take donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Faculty voice recital Dale Morehouse, bari- tone, and Mark Stamper, piano, will sing and play at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 28 in Nicholas Martin Hall. Presidential forum Students, get your questions ready for President Hal Jeffcoat during free period on Sept. 25. The year's first presi- dential forum will be tak- ing place in Martin Hall. G.L.E.E. The Texas Wesleyan G.L.E.E. Club: Gays, Lesbians and Everybody Else will hold an interest and organizational meet- ing during free period on Sept. 23 in the Nenetta Burton Carter Building. The G.L.E.E. Club was originally created for the education and support of diversity and human rights for all people. For more i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 2004

*v.?f 3 2 September 22, 2004 News The Rambler Professor publishes book pleads for peace at home Amanita Torrf.ai ha posed by the United Nation Business .,from page 1 started off 30 years ago as a special agent with a federal agency. Afterward, he moved toward the director of marketing and business development position with the General Services Administration. Little received his doc- torate in 1985 from UNT in organizational theory and policy and is back in the university setting as the associate business dean today. "I want to support and work to maintain a high level of academic perform- ance in order to continue to be accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and to pursue the prestigious national accredi- tation of American Association of Colleges and Schools of Business," he said. Little said he is excited about being at Wesleyan. "I love it," he said. "It's a great environment, and it's the best opportunity that anyone could have because I'm learning at the fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 2004

*1 The Rambler Opinions September 22, 2004 3 Campus Comments What is your purpose in life? Jim Bretthauer freshman religion "To follow Christ in life and to learn the purpose God has chosen for me." Joey Tomaselii freshman business administration "To have overall success.' Ashley Mock sophomore undecided 'To glorify God in all I do Jerad Castillo junior mass communication "To have fun, enjoy life and help as many people along the way." Ben Hunt junior kinesiology "To be the best I can be in all aspects of life and to be true to myself, my family, my friends and my profession." Karoline Young senior mass communication "To make decisions throughout my life that eventually lead me to my definition of success, fullfillment and enrichment." Photos by Christine Peirce The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeff coat. Publisher Kelli Lamers, Adviser Whitney Fowler, editor-in-chief Nici Sandberg. news editor Sharesa Alexander, campus life editor Jilhan Jones, photo editor Patr...

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