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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

Page 8 The Brand February 13 1997 And The Winner Is... English Patient receives 12 nominations; Evita Madonna snubbed despite success By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief If the voters stayed widc-cyed long enough The English Patient (see review page 9) may walk away as the jugger- naut of this year's 69th Annual Academy Awards on March 24. The romantic tragedy set during World War II received 12 nominations from the Academy including best pic- ture best actor (Ralph Fiennes) best actress (Kristin Scott Thomas) and best director (Anthony Minghclla). Fargo and Shine each came in sec- ond with seven nominations and Jerry Maguire and Secrets and Lies posted five apiece; all five films were named candi- dates for this year's best picture. Golden Globe winners Tom Cruise (best comedy) and Geoffrey Rush (best drama) headed a diverse group of best actor nominees including Ralph Fiennes for The English Patient Woody Harrelson for The People vs. Larry Flint and Billy Bob Thornton for the indepen...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

February 13 1997 The Brand Page 9 BEST PICTURE: The English Patient Fargo Jerry Maguire Secrets and Lies and Shine. BEST ACTOR: Tom Cruise Jerry Maguire; Ralph Ficnncs The English Patient; Woody Harrclson The People vs. Larry Flint; Geoffrey Rush Shine; and Billy Bob Thornton Sling Blade. BEST ACTRESS: Brcnda Blethyn Secrets and Lies; Diane Kcaton Marvin's Room; Frances McDormand Fargo; Kristin Scott Thomas The English Patient; and Emily Watson Breaking the Waves. BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Cuba Gooding Jr. Jerry Maguire; William H. Macy Fargo; Armin Mucllcr- Stahl Shine; Edward Norton Primal Fear and James Woods Ghosts of Mississippi. BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Joan Allen The Crucible; Lauren Bacall The Mirror Has Two Faces; Juliette Binoche The English Patient; Barbara Hcrsey Portrait of a Lady; and Marianne Jean-Baptistc Secrets and Lies. BEST DIRECTOR: Anthony Minghclla The English Patient; Joel Coen Fargo; Milos Forman The People vs. Larry Flint; Mike Leigh Secrets and Lies; and Scot...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

Page 10 The Brand February 13 1997 Worst films of '96 are most definately a tease By Chris Hatcher Editor In Chief As Oscar nominations were selected this week the Academy paid its 69th annual tribute to the best romances dramas and comedies of the film industry. But with the best of last year's crop also came an equal- ly fair share of already long forgottens. So as promised here is my look at the worst films that reached our theatres in 1996. 1. Striptease. By far the worst movie 1996 had to offer for a multitude of reasons: 1) Demi Moore plays a single mother who. formerly worked for the F.B.I but who now strips for a living in order to properly raise her young daughter. Exactly what are the morals being taught here again? 2) A ragged Burt Reynolds as a perverted Congressman looks more like Col. Sanders on crack; and 3) Moore and Reynolds together on- screen is reason enough to change the channel. This goes without mentioning the gang of murder- ous sugar cane growers after Reyno...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

February 13 1996 The Brand Page 11 Cowgirls drop heartbreaker in OT The Hardin-Simmons Cowgirls couldn't overcome turnovers or a late McMurry surge and ended up losing to the Lady Indians on Saturday at the Hunt P.E. Center 69-65 in overtime. The loss dropped the Cowgirls to 4-3 in American Southwest Conference play and marked their third defeat in their last four tries against ASC opponents. Despite the loss center Micky Davis led HSU with 16 points and 5 rebounds. Nellie Fowler and Kathryn Otwcll also scored in double fig- ures for the Cowgirls with 12 and 14 respectively. HSU committed 41 turnovers in the loss and were held to just 3 of 12 shooting from behind the 3-point arc. The Cowgirls (12-7) will take to the road tonight to face ASC rival Howard Payne in a game that has highly serious playoff implications. The Lady Ycllowjackcts also post a conference record of 4-3. Game time is set in Brownwood for 5:30 p.m. IIAKDIN-SIMMONS (65)i Michelle Shilling 2-2 5-6 9. Kelly McClure 2...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 13 February 1997

Page 12 The Brand February 13 1997 Cowboys drop from ASC race with McMurry loss By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys dropped their second and third straight contests earlier this week as they fell to crosstown rival McMurry University 71-69 and to Big 12 Conference member Baylor University 90-57. The McMurry loss was particularly painful for HSU as it knocked them out ' of contention for the inaugural American Southwest Conference crown. Sophomore guard Bernard Combs and senior forward Justin Moore led the 'Pokes in scoring against McMurry with 21 points each. They were joined in dou- ble figures by senior center Chris Wilkins with IS points. Moore continued to lead the team and the ASC in rebounding as he pulled down a game-high 1 1 boards. David McKccl paced the Cowboys in assists with three. "Turnovers made this one disap- pointing but we played them tough" said head coach Dennis Harp. "Wc haven't played very well on the road all year." Combs conti...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

Volume 84 Number 1 6 Sewing tiie Students oHcuxlin-Sirnnions University Since 1916 February 20 1997 NEWS Students share how 'Disciple Now' allows for ways of spreading the Gospel Page 4. Campus art contest allows stu- dents to display a creative side of things Page 5. ENTERTAINMENT Department of Theatre pro- vides a compelling look into the life of Christ with "A Family Portrait" (opens tonight in Van Ellis Theatre) Page 6. SPORTS Men's and women's basketball face tough ASC road matches at Howard Payne and Sul Ross State Page 11. Cowboy baseball starts season 2-1 with wins over Hillsdale and Mary Hardin-Baylor . . Page 12. rMWK:kii Women's and men's basket- ball take on the University of Dallas tonight at Mabee Complex. Game time is set for 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. The Baptist Student Ministries State Conference will take place on Saturday Feb. 22 and Sunday Feb. 23. The TASP (Teacher Education Test) will be held on Saturday Feb. 22 from 8 a.m. to noon in Mabee Hall. Music scholarship aud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

Page 2 The Brand February 20 1997 'Boys of Summer' bring memories of a painful past It's the smell of the grass on a sunny afternoon; the crack of the bat as doubles stretch into triples; and the feel of the ball with bases loaded and a 3-2 count in the midst. It's hot dogs and nachos starters and reliefers and a 'monster' ready for the challenge of a deep pop fly. It's coaches curvcballs stealing bunting and a diamond awaiting nine lit- tle gems to surround its rough. It's baseball. A game that's as old as time itself; a game that pains this senior's heart every year the Hardin- Simmons Cowboys take to the field. HSU began its 1997 campaign for the inaugural American Southwest Conference title last week. The 'Boys of Summer' arc currently 2-1 and arc look- ing in great as the season gets underway. However a lingering thought that I could have been this team's veteran pitcher still wanders in the back of my mind. It's what causes this pain I speak of to slightly erupt every now and ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

February 20 1997 The Brand Page 3 When life's got you down take a nap I never used to plan my days around being able to catch a nap but in this last year it has become clear that I am older and constantly more tired than when I came here as a freshman. Sleep has become a precious commodity that I experience too little. If I don't have at least 9 hours of good solid sleep under my belt I am a real grouch and have the mental dexterity of an Oreo cookie; I don't understand this at all. During junior high and high school I was never tired and I was at school every day from around 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. I felt fine and did well in my classes. I was not a complete grouch and my whole day didn't revolve around what class I should skip to get the longest nap. Even when I was a freshman in college I could play on the weekends until all hours miraculously finish my homework and make it to class on Monday morning. How did I do all of that and why can't I do it now? Part of my problem is genetics. My...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

Page 4 The Brand February 20 1997 'Disciple Now' is ministry tool for many students By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor Despite a common misconception that ministry has to be put on the "back burner" while a student is in school many Hardin-Simmons students arc taking advantage of the ministry opportunities which come knocking at their doors. Areas of ministry are as varied as HSU's students and their interests. Some more common ministries arc Disciple Now retreats youth camps Meals on Wheels and visiting the State School. During the course of the next few weeks several ministries will be featured along with some of the students that make them come alive. The purpose of such a scries is to encourage students to look for ministry opportunities in obvious and not so obvious places while in college. Disciple Now retreats arc one of the more obvious areas of ministry. Friends and former youth leaders of HSU students are in contact regularly setting up week- end retreats. The structure of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

February 20 1997 The Brand Page 5 Students receive awards in campus art contest By Joy Evans Features Editor Art is a design a reflection of one's soul a genuine creation. All too often it can go overlooked or unappreciated. To encourage creativity and the art venue at Hardin-Simmons the HSU dining hall service in association with Burger King sponsored an art exhibit in the cafeteria last week. Nine university artists entered the exhibit and 492 students voted for the top three works out of those displayed. According to Esther Chavaria-Owcn marketing and sales manager for dining ser- vices on campus the exhibitcontest was designed to promote student artists and the art department. "We wanted to tap into a department on campus that is often forgotten" Chavaria- Owcn said. "This exhibit is one of several promotions by the dining services to show we arc interested in students and what they do on campus." The results of the contest were announced on Monday with first place going to fres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

Page 6 The Brand February 20 1997 Drama presents intriguing look at life of Jesus By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief If greatness is measured through lev- els of intrigue then the Hardin-Simmons Department of Theatre's production of "A Family Portrait" must be a master- piece. Director Sherry Feblcs' stage pro- duction of the life of Jesus Christ through the eyes of his family is a defi- nite must-sec. Its ironic perspective on the last three year's of Christ's ministry sheds a compelling new light on a family whose actions are portrayed as anything but divine; it will deliver a strong reality check to Christians and non-Christians alike. Written by Lcnore Coffee and William Joyce Cowen "Portrait" begins shortly after Jesus leaves Nazareth to begin his life of ministering to others. We never actually see Jesus but through his mother Mary (Megan Johnston) and brothers Joseph (Adrian Viccellio) Simon (Shane Bryan) James (Riley Moore) and Juda (Todd Peterson) we get a good idea that part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

February 20 1997 The Brand Page 7 Cowboys fall to HPU Sul Ross on the road Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowboys continued to slide on the road as they dropped their third and fourth consecutive games and their final two away games of the season 88-83 to the Howard Payne University Ycllowjackcts and 90-84 to the Sul Ross State University Lobos. Senior center Justin Moore scored a career-high 34 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead the Cowboys in the Howard Payne loss. Moore was joined by David McKccI Bernard Combs and Ryan Lindscy in dou- ble figures with 18 14 and II points respectively. McKccl also dished out a team-high seven assists in the setback. "We played well enough at both Howard Payne and Sul Ross to win but just couldn't get it done down the stretch" said HSU head coach Dennis Harp. "We've simply faced a tough road swing. This is the first season we've ever had four consecutive conference games on the road." Moore again paced the 'Pokes w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 20 February 1997

Page 8 The Brand February 20 1997 Cowboys win pair after dropping season opener Johnston rocks Crusaders with 5 for 6 performance By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief With a combined 26 hits and 23 runs in two games this past week the Hardin- Simmons baseball team picked up their first victories of the season in showdowns against Mary Hardin-Baylor and Hillsdale Freewill Baptist. The Cowboys outlasted Mary Hardin-Baylor on Tuesday afternoon 14- 12 in a slugfest that saw HSU battle back in extra innings for the win. Freshman outfielder Clay Johnston sparked HSU at the plate going 5 for 6 with three runs batted in. Craig Copcland a senior from Abilene High and James Daughcrty also drove in three runs apiece for the Cowboys while second baseman Robbie Schwab went 3 for 5 with two runs batted in. "Our guys really battled fought and competed out there" said head coach James King. "We would score and then they would score but our guys never quit." The Cowboys were down 10-8 going into the top...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

Volume 84 Number 1 7 Sewing Hie Students ofHaizlhi-Sirnrnons University Since 1916 March 3 1997 NEWS Black History month is honored in chapel with a presentation by HSU's Unity Group Page 3. 'Project Pass' provides means for HSU students to minister to area youth Page 4. ENTERTAINMENT Film Review True mob tale Donnie Brasco puts Johnny Depp and Al Pacino in the dri- ver's seat Page 5. Music Review New Adventures in HI-FI gets R.E.M back into the groove . . .Page 6. SPORTS HSU women's basketball drops its final three games of the season Page 7. Cowboy baseball splits double- header with Mary Hardin-Baylor on Saturday Page 8. The HSU Campus Communication council will hold a meeting on Tuesday Mar. 4. Cowboy baseball will take on Wayland Baptist at HSU's Hunter field on Tuesday Mar. 4 at 6 p.m. Baptist University Theatre Festival will be held on Wednesday Mar. 5 and Thursday Mar. 6 in Van Ellis Theatre. Student Foundation will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday Mar. 6. Pledging officially e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

Page 2 The Brand March 3 1997 "Of course I'm not prejudice against evangelism I'm all for it." You say the words with your lips but do you mean them in your heart. What kind of evangelism do you endorse? What kind of evangelism do yoji take part in? I believe there is a very definite prejudice against evangelism on our campus and I'm writing this editori- al to dispute it. "How do you know this" you might ask because I have experience it! You might think that non-Christians would be the most likely source of prej- udice against evangelism that unbelievers naturally wouldn't like "belief-pushing." But on the contrary I have found that it's the Christians who hold the greatest aversion to evangelism. For all the times I have gone out to North 1st street to talk to teenagers about Christ or to simply hand out tracts I rarely witness the attitude of "Hey will you just leave me alone and keep that religion stuff to yourself." More often I hear things like "Do you do this often?" or "That...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

March 3 1997 The Brand Page 3 HSU celebrates Black History month in chapel By Kathy Muramoto Managing Editor In honor Of Black History month Dean Linda Carlcton and members of a student body at Hardin-Simmons called the Unity Group presented a chapel pro- gram last Tuesday which highlighted sev- eral important people in black history. Carlcton served as the narrator of the pre- sentation. The program's goal was to "increase understanding by providing accurate information" about certain personalities in history. "We can't stomp out preju- dice" said Carlcton "but as Christians we have a duty to understand each other belter." Malcolm Little and Martin Luther King Jr. were two prominent leaders of the movement in America to bring about equality to different races. As Carlcton spoke about the background of each of these men she pointed out significant details in each of their lives. Little better known as Malcolm X was born into a family plagued by the attacks of the Ku-Klux Klan. His f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

Page 4 The Brand March 3 1997 'Project Pass' provides way to help area youth By Kristi Cargill Staff Writer Project Pass an Abilcnc-bascd min- istry provides college students opportuni- ties to serve through relationships with youth attending Woodson High School. According to Dr. Julian Bridges pro- fessor of sociology at Hardin-Simmons these relationships may be some of the most important impacts a college student may make in a youth's educational and emotional background. The project is designed to motivate young students who arc "at risk" of drop- ping out of school. Project Pass volunteer Rebecca Coffee also a student at HSU said that because many of the youth "move around a lot they arc not nurtured at home and don't have an example to fol- low. Due to financial emotional and familial disadvantages many of the youth have been held back several grade levels. They are then sent to Woodson where they are "aggressively prompted to reach their potential." If the students progress th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

March 3 1997 The Brand Page 5 Depp Pacino make true mob story a hit By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Just when you think they couldn't possibly makeover another gangster flick Donnie Brasco hits us with a refreshing quality it's based entirely on true events. In the mid 1970s FBI agent Joe Pistonc crossed the gangland line and came out on the other side alias Donnie Brasco. He infiltrated the Mafia got out alive and handed the FBI one of its most successful mole operations in history. Now director Mike Newell brings his story of murder and betrayal to the screen and who better to take center spotlight in a mob nick than the versatile Johnny Depp and veteran Al Pacino. Depp stars as PistoncBrasco but Pacino is once again the showstoppcr as Donnic's aging mob mentor Lefty Ruggiero. The two form a bond on screen that's unbeatable Donnie is the promising young pupil stepping-stone Lefty sees his "last chance" to move up the crime chain via his new partnership. You almost forget Brasco i...

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Page 6 The Brand March 3 1997 New Adventures puts R.E.M back on the musical map By Jake Long Staff Writer For two years R.E.M fans have patiently waited for a new release since their last album Monster. In late 1996 the band released their sixth album New Adventures In HI-FI making the wait all worthwhile. Along with the release of the new album R.E.M signed a five album con- tract worth 80 million with Warner Bros the largest contract ever signed by a band. If anything New Adventures In HI-FI is evidence to Warner Bros that R.E.M still has the ability to pro- duce a stellar album along with the consistent changes in music styles that appeal to their listeners. In contrast to Monster New Adventures In HI-FI offers more of a variety in music style. The first five tracks on Monster opened with a hard- driving sound with the tone of the songs growing increasingly more seri- ous. However R.E.M provides a better balance of style on the new album blending many unique and interesting sound...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 March 1997

March 3 1997 The Brand Page 7 HSU women drop final three games of season By Josh Bowerman Sports Editor The Hardin-Simmons University Cowgirls could not overcome the two top teams in the Apicrican Southwest Conference and another perennial power as they dropped each of their last three contests. The Cowgirls fell 82-72 to the Austin College Lady Kangaroos two weeks ago 76-68 to the Lubbock Christian University Lady Chapparals on Tuesday and 86-70 to the University of the Ozarks Lady Eagles Saturday. Austin College and the University of the Ozarks tied for the regular season ASC title. Senior forward Michelle McLellan paced the Cowgirls against the Lady 'Roos scoring a team-high 23 points. She was joined in double figures by ASC Freshman of the Year Kathryn Olwcll who scored 18 points. Michelle Shilling turned in a team- leading six assist performance against Austin College. Against the Lady Chapparals junior center Micky Davis had the hot hand pumping in 23 points and grabbing a tea...

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