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

8 October 6, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler .'4 Opera Workshop underway Rhealyn McMillan ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The music department Texas Wesleyan University presents the Wesleyan Opera Workshop in a concert of music from Maltby and Shire's Closer Than Ever at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 and 15 in Nicholas ______ Martin Hall. "The works of Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire have appeared on and off Broadway," said assistant professor and director Dale _____ Morehouse. "They confront issues of everyday life experiences through beautiful, creative and poetic means." The evening's program includes solo and ensemble performances by students Pam Adair, Colleen Burnie, Paul Dulaney, Jessica Foster, Jennifer Jackson, Eric Medlock, Sharon Milas, Rachel Perkins, Jessica Roberts, Jad B. Saxton, Laura Scandizzo, "Music and words that enchant the ear and stimu- late the mind." — Dale Morehouse Professor of Music and former music students Devlin DeCutler and Roy Swaney. Wesleyan alumnus Alex Vorse revisits...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

m -? TZXfi ? WFSI yam T_ e x a s w e The LN/v i v e r s i t y ocr 13 m bier The students' voice since 1917 October 13, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 7 News Briefs Scholarship opportunity Sarah Phillips, the national representative of the Institute of Inter- national Education, will speak about the scholar- ships available to students wishing to study abroad at 2:45 p.m. on Oct. 14 in the Nanetta Burton Carter Building, Room 102. She will focus on the the following scholar- ships: Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, NSEP Boren Scholarship, Freeman- Asia Scholarship and the Fulbright Scholarship. Most of the scholar- ships are based on need and often are based on destinations. Phillips will also explain how to simplify the application process. For more information, contact Betsy Johnson, coordinator of inter- national programs, at (817)531-4965. Poetry/film night The art department and Aries are getting together to sponsor a film/poetry night from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

A V. ^ 2 October 13,2004 News The Rambler Students get fired up over book Ashley Roberts Sf^FF WRITER Wesleyan's English honor society, Sigma Tau Delta, hosted the annual mock book burning during free period Oct, 5. In protest of censorship, the organiza- tion holds the event to pro- mote the "freedom to read." Teresa Alcala, a senior English and science educa- tion major, began the protest with a short speech concern- ing book banning and it's impact and shared her feel- ings on censorship. "We should have the right to read and write what we want, and by censoring the reading material, you limit the capability of intelli- gence," she said. She then read an excerpt from the Harry Potter series, which is one of the top banned books in America. After reading her excerpt, Alcala proceeded to the trashcan with a smoke machine hidden in the bot- tom and threw the Harry Potter book in. "Censorship is a contin- uing issue in America," said Sarah Hutchins, a senior English major and a membe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

The Rambler Opinions October 13, 2004 3 Campus Comments What did you do for fall break? Vicki Olesen freshman religion 'I went camping at Lake Texoma. We went canoeing, hiking and fishing. The rest of the time we huddled out of the rain." Ben Wood freshman undecided I got a headache.' Michelle Cahill sophomore theater "Well, the entire one day that I was off, 1 was working on the play Dancing at Lughnasa." Allen Camp sophomore political science "I laid in bed real late, got up, then sat around the house and didn't do much of anything." Ryan Hamrick junior business administration "I caught up on homework. Frank Dansby senior religion/humanities "I caught up on rest, reading and studying. I also spent time with friends and family." Photos by Christine Peirce The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G Jeff coat, Publisher Kelli Lamers. Adviser r- y Whitney Fowler, editor-in-chief Xici Sandberg. news editor Sharesa Alexander, campus life editor Jillian Jones, photo editor Patri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

4 October 13, 2004 Campus Lije The Rambler Oarsmen row in campus spirit Students band together to rekindle past tradition to revive school pride Christine Peirce Wesleyan fans in the bleach- OPIN IONS EDITOR The crowds fill the stands at today s volleyball game where the Lady Rams face off to the Houston Baptist University Huskies. Today, the Oarsmen, a group of stu- dents proud to support Wesleyan, bang oars (those things you canoe with) against the risers right after a victorious spike from our Lady Rams, placing them two points ahead of the Huskies, and one point from winning the game. Then, out of nowhere, a referee comes up and states, "I'm sorry, but you can't use artificial noisemakers. It's unsports- manlike conduct." Yes, apparently an oar, made solely out of wood and a couple of coats of lac- quer, is too artificial to bang against u riser at a game. This is also coming from the same referee from which Marc Nettles, junior mass communication major and head of the Oarsmen, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

1ft m " M ■ ' - 6 October 13, 2004 Sports The Rambler Johansen adds her name to the record books 3* Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER Cortney Johansen broke an eight-year-old university record on Sept. 21 at Magee Arena in Denton. Johansen, a 5-foot-8-inch setter from Colleyville, broke the school record for most career assists in a victory against Texas Woman's University. The team captain passed Cassie Underwood's 1996 mark of 4,605 career assists with a perfect set to junior mid- dle blocker Rachel Loftin. Underwood played for Wesleyan from 1994 to 1996. Johansen's 4,606th assist was one of 35 throughout the match against the Lady Pioneers, an NCAA-Division II pro- gram that Johansen and the Lady Rams cruised by with ease. She owes some of the credit for her success to her father, Coach Rick Johansen. He helped her make the deci- sion to come to Wesleyan. "Cortney had a terrible experience in high school," he said. "She came out of playing in high school with no desire to continue to pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

The Rambler Sports October 13, 2004 7 Soccer makes friends of Canada and England in Texas % Photo by I From left, Holly Rowland and Sarah Wilson bring a blend of Ci and England to the Lady Rams soccer team. Phil McNeary STAFF WRITER The Texas Wesleyan women's soccer team is enjoying a bit of spunk this year. Two new faces are in its midst, and these two new freshmen are adding a little salt and pepper to the group. Sarah Wilson is a defender on the team, and Holly Rowland is a goalie. Despite their different backgrounds, the two have developed quite a friendship and lean on each other on and off the field. "Both of us are not from around here and it's important to feel comfortable," said Wilson. Wilson hails from Yorkshire, England, while Rowland calls Tulsa, Okla., home after spending several years in Canada. In some respects, both are at opposite ends of the spectrum, which produces a ying and yang effect between them. Wilson is one of the oldest members of the team while Rowland ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 2004

I 8 October 13, 2004 The Rambler Entertainment Integrated Arts Core in third year Jad B. Saxton STAFF WRITER COMMENTARY IAC, pronounced eye-yak by all three arts departments, is actually just an abbrevia- tion for Integrated Arts Core. IAC is a four- course program designed to enhance and "integrate" the artistic knowl- edge of art, theater and music majors. Other majors can also take IAC for an elective, but for art, theater and music majors, it is a degree requirement. The four courses in order are: Elements of the Arts, Contexts for the Arts, Innovations in the Arts and Collaborations Through the Arts. Each level is designed to be a stair step in degrees of understanding and interpreting the reality of art in our world. How do you explain IAC? Well it's not that easy. My first experience, while visiting Wesleyan as a prospective stu- dent, was, to say the least, interesting. I saw teachers and students making strange noises to inter- pret a painting and participated in turning a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

(t-S) uC I 2 0 2004 Texas W E_JS~ ' L A N U N I V E R S I T Y The bier The students' voice since 1917 October 20, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 8 News Briefs Professor memorial A memorial service will be held for Dr. Charles Michael Ellis who died from liver failure on Oct. 9. Ellis served as an eco- nomics and international business professor at Wesleyan for 21 years. The service will begin at 12:15 p.m. on Oct. 2.1 in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. A reception will be held immediately follow- ing the service. For more information, contact the chaplain, Dr. Gladys Childs, at (817) 531-4461. Last day of early voting! The last day to cast your early vote at Wesleyan is Wednesday, Oct. 20. Voting will be going on from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. Community meeting Wesleyan will host the second annual Fall Community Fest and Neighborhood Meeting at 6 p.m. on Oct. 26 in the Betty and Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall inside the Polytechnic United Method...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

2 October 20, 2004 News The Rambler Experience visits biology Rita Vigbl STAFF WRITER What? Out of flu vaccines? It's a hot topic, and at Texas Wesleyan there now is a resident Immunologist who can answer questions about vaccines. The biology department welcomes a new addition Dr. Lisa M. Hodge, visit- ing professor of microbiology and immunology/vaccinology. "Microbiology is the study of all things small such as bacteria, viruses and parasites," she said. "Immunology is a branch of medicine that studies the response of organisms to foreign substances and how the human body responds to these things [parasites, bacteria and viruses]. Vaccinology studies how the body deals with the diseases and the prevention or treatment of bacteria and the stimulation of the immune system." Hodge said she is hoping to impact students by "making them think about how microbiology affects everything from the envi- ronment to asthma and allergies." She is also hoping that students are stimulated to enjo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

The Rambler Opinions October 20, 2004 3 Campus Comments What issues help you decide which presidential nominee you will vote for? Dillon Hutchens freshman computer science "I go by the fact that I trust George Bush more than Kerry, who has been flip-flopping with issues. I also think Bush is more of a believer than Kerry." Camille McDermott sophomore mass communication "I'm going with what my heart is telling me to vote for and I think the 'election issues' are just a decoy for the issue at hand." John Prittle sophomore mass communication 'Ketchup. Tiana Wilson junior mass communication "It depends on health care, the mid- dle class, the war in Iraq and on our community as a whole." Chad Mills senior religion 'I like the president's stance on all the issues, and I like a president that shows integrity." Early voting will take place Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Brown- Lupton Campus Center (SUB). Last day to participate in early voting is Oct. 29. Election Day voti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

4 October 20, 2004 Campus Life The Rambler Wesleyan couple makes wedding a campus event M f Photo by Sharesa Alexander Above: from left, Roberta Marley, degree plan coordinator, presents Jessica Feeser, coordinator of records and graduation, and Randy Boone, ICT user support specialist, for the first time as hus- band and wife after being married on Oct. 6, in from of the campus fountain. Jessica Boone smiles to a a small crowd of family, friends and Wesleyan faculty, staff and stu- dents after she and her new hus- band Boone exchanged their wed- ding vows after walking arm in arm beneath the late afternoon sun from the stairs on the south end of the Oneal-Sells Administration building. Photo by Sharesa Alexander Above: Jessica Feeser, coordi- nator of records and gradua- tion, and Randy Boone, ICT user support specialist, share their first kiss as husband and wife after exchanging wed- ding vows in front of the cam- pus fountain. Left: Roy Marley, Wesleyan alumni '04, plays softly ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

The Rambler Campus Life October 20, 2004 5 Teams, from page 1 experience for the stu- dents [in that they are] able to take real life prob- lems, analyze them and communicate solutions to others in an efficient and effective way," said Caliie Matthews, coordinator of the M.D. Anderson Pre- Professional Programs. Ethics Bowl also gives students an opportu- nity to hone public speak- ing skills. The regional Ethics Bowl competition will take place Nov. 13 at St. Mary's University in San Antonio. In the spring, the National Ethics Bowl will be held at St. Mary's. The Association for Profes- sional and Practical Ethics hosts the National Ethics Bowl. For more informa- tion on Ethics Bowl, con- tact Matthews at cmatthews@txwes.edu or by phone at (817) 531- 4908. Oppenheimer can be reached by phone at (817) 531-4292 or by email at moppenheimer @txwes.edu. For more information on Model Arab League, contact Salih at isalih@txwes.edu or by phone at (817) 531-4922. And for more information on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

'<■ is? mmt, ■tag :V;;,vl:-:-'., v.'.;"" 6 October 20, 2004 The Rambler Scott Sikes takes first in Phoenix Patrick Johnson SPORTS EDITOR After two years on the Texas Wesleyan golf team, Scott Sikes earned his day of glory. Sikes won his first tour- nament. "This first win was a long time com- ing," said Coach Kevin Millikan. Though his effort was enough to win, news of his victory was even longer in coming as Sikes left the course not knowing whether he'd won or lost. "I didn't think I played well enough to win," said Sikes, who didn't find out he'd placed first in the Grand Canyon Classic until he and the rest of the team were about to board the plane headed back to Fort Worth. "I called the golf course from the air- port to find out my score," said Sikes. "I was pretty excited." The two-day tournament in Phoenix, held this year Oct. 4-5, is held every year in the first week of October. This year it featured 15 NCAA Division II schools and three NAIA schools. The top teams in at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

let. feev- pver to the I'er- li- ked Ihave I we The Rambler Sports October 20, 2004 7 Photo by I vet Valencia Chris Bayuk balances father- hood, sports and his job. Bayuk steps up to a full plate Michael Villarreal CONTRIBUTING WRITER Sometimes baseball has to take a backseat to Barbie dolls when a 3- year-old daughter needs her father. Chris Bayuk, a 22- year-ol4junior mass com- munication major at Texas Wesleyan, has to juggle being a father, going to school full time, working and leading his fellow teammates in baseball as their pitcher. Bayuk's secret is focusing on whatever he is doing at the time. "It's hard to be two people, but I have to be a dedicated team player as well as a responsible father," said Bayuk. Desirae Nicole Bayuk is daughter to Bayuk and his girlfriend, who is also attending college, as well and working at a daycare. "At times it's tough to do homework because I'm constantly having to leave the computer to tend to my daughter, but that's OK," said Bayuk. He ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 2004

92 8 October 20, 2004 Entertainment The Rambler Berry's BFA to showcase Versatility J ad B. Saxton STAFF WRITER Versatility, a bachelor of fine arts project by Natalie Jean Berry, opens Friday, Oct. 22, for one hot night only. Berry is the last of her kind here at Wesleyan and she will go out with a whole lot of sizzle. The musical theater degree was removed from Wesleyan a few years ago, and Berry will graduate in December as the last remaining major. Berry has been seen in many Theatre M 1 • ■ * ISMM 1 Photo by Jad B. Saxton Natalie Berry stars in and choreographed her bachelor of fine arts project, Versatility. The cast of Versatility includes, from left, junior and Melissa Davis and Patricia Scoggins. Wesleyan productions, such as, Anton in Show Business, Show Boat, Time Flies and last years 50th annual musical, Grease, in which she played the saucy Cha-Cha Degrigorio and acted as assistant choreogra- pher for the production. In Berry's own production, five women will take the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 2004

02-A (<OS) T £ x A S w E TEXAS W£SLBYA*J OCT 2 1 2m I V e R ? I T Y The A The students' voice since 1917 October 27, 2004 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 92, No. 9 Iht News Briefs Spirit day Oct. 27 is spirit day at Texas Wesleyan. The men and women's soccer teams will be playing their rivals, Northwood University. The women play first at 1 p.m., followed by the men at 3 p.m. Wear Wesleyan colors and apparel to support the home team. RAs Q&A The resident assistants will host a question and answer session at 9 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the lobby of Stella Russell Hall. Residents may ask questions they have con- cerning the dorms and their services from the representatives that will be on hand from each dorm. Marc Nettles from Stella Russell Hall, Meredith Wallace from Elizabeth Means Arm- strong Hall, Patrick James from O.C. Hall and the resident director, Beatrice High of Elizabeth Hall, plan to give real answers to tough questions. Faculty-Staff Campaign The Faculty-Staff Campaign Committee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 2004

II 2 October 27, 2004 e°c. c,\ r%'> i 4 v News The Rambler APO, from page 1 Jon Gery, a former president of APO and treas- urer of the alumni organiza- tion, said, "At first, I hated to think that Xi Nu might die at Wesleyan, but when I learned that APO was the longest-running fraternity in Wesleyan's history, I felt a lot better about it. It's OK, and now we've got the alumni group to focus on." Regardless of the on- campus life or death of Xi Nu, APO alumni like Gery are keeping it alive. A group of graduates are start- ing an alumni chapter and are in the process of regis- tering the group with the national APO orgainization. It all began last year when the group celebrated its 40th anniversary with a huge reunion at Jack London's on Oakland. The group enjoyed such a suc- cessful turnout that they decided to begin an official alumni organization and hold such events annually in October. "Because of the strong 40-year history of APO on the Texas Wesleyan campus, the alumni had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 2004

The Rambler Opinions October 27, 2004 3 Comments Who are you voting for and why? Chase Potter freshman undecided "I'm going to vote for Bush simply because he is the Republican candi- date and he has done a good job the past four years." Zach Mercer sophomore biology/chemistry "Bush. Basically, Kerry doesn't know what he stands for and changes his viewpoints." Timothy Buob junior political science "I'm voting for President Bush because I like a leader who stands on principles and has a clear moral thought process." Rebecca Lamont junior biology "I'm voting for George W Bush because I feel like he is a man of integrity and God. Despite what government and politics say, our nation was founded on godly men. He's taking us back to then." Dana Duffey senior sociology 'Kerry. He is the lesser of two evils.' Misty Ramos senior interdisciplinary "Kerry because Bush wants to send everybody overseas to fight for liber- ty, but in our own country, he wants to deny civil liberties." Photos by C...

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