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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

Page 4 The Brand May 1 1997 r HardinSimmons hail to thee for famous are thy halts; Long may thy Worth increase tony tiie thy noble cause. Great are thy Victories o'er land and offer sea; Fair daughter of the West We loite and honor thee. . CLASS CANDIDATES FOR THE ASSOCIATE DEGREES SCHOOL OF NURSING Dr. Corine N. Bonnet Dean Associate of Science in Nursing Linda Susan Edwards Johnny Anderson Gann Karen F. Guess Bobby Glen Kelsey Dawn Denelle Marriott Averi Marie Pardee HARDIN CANDIDATES FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Dr. Lynn Gillette Dean Bachelor of Business Administration Julie Christine Anderson Kimberly Dawn Lemons Rodolfo Arredondo III Ryan Jeffrey Lindsey Regina Denise Churman Victor M. Lopez Jason D. Clark Donley Kent Lytle Elizabeth Sikes Corder Patrick S. Malone Steven Richard Costello Justin Michael Moore Jason Cammron Farquhar Monty D. Morgan Jeremy Quinn Fritzsche Russell Dan Oglesby Thomas Brian Gage Ronal Scott Piland R. Mark Ganaway J.D. Rankin Kathryn ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

May 1 1997 The Brand Page 5 ' HardinSimmons hait to thee for famous are thy hatts; Lona may thy uortfi increase long tiVe thy noble cause. Great are thy Victories o'er (and and otfer sea; Fair daughter of the West ue totfe and honor thee. OF '97 CANDIDATES FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREES t ' - 1- - . t IRVIN SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Dr. Peter J. Gillman Dean Bachelor of Arts Xochilt Hernandez Bethany Renee Nelson Elisha M. Stevens Robyn Michelle Vaughn Amy Denice Malott Bachelor of Behavioral Science Jenny Kathleen Anderson Monica Lynn Dell John Thomas Lally Jr. Kay Tabor Shields Lynette Sue Barnette Glen O. Freeman Jr. Mendy Michelle Law Brian D. Smith Coby Alan Bird John Charles Green Charles Rex Lonsbury III Tracy Marie Smith Deedra Martin Boaz Jennifer Grubbs-Foster Tricia Fay Lopez Lawrence W. Storie Terri Ann Gaskill Bredmeyer Heather Lyn Hadlock Susan Lee Mauldin Heather Dawn Thompson Robin Lynn Carleton Betsy Jo Heliums Valerie S. McKinney Elizabeth Turner-Harris Anthony Dale Christian...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

Page 6 The Brand May 1 1997 Special effects explode despite weak storyline By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief What else could possibly go wrong in the City of Angels? Unofficially deemed the 90s Setting of the Cinematic Apocalypse it's been a haven for explosions drive-bys lootings and ravaging quakes for as long as I can remember. But eruptions? That's right. A mountain of lava has peaked from underneath Wilshirc Boulevard and it's oozing straight toward Beverly Hills. Well at least that's the scoop for the guys in charge of Volcano. -Film Review Volcano Disaster thriller rated PG-13 for intense depiction of L.A.'s fiery destruction violence and mild language. 12 out of possible 4. Minus its ridiculous storyline the special effects are the real treat in this disaster flick seeing molten lava melt everything it touches (even people) on a city street is impressive no matter how you put it. If you can stand the lame characters and the dip in suspense once the ooze starts to flow you'll ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

Cowboys sweep AC prepare for ASC tourney May 1 1997 The Brand Page 7 By Chris Hatcher Editor in Chief Hardin-Simmons University kept several streaks in tact with a triplchcadcr sweep of Austin College on Monday. The Cowboys (25-17 10-5) winners of five in a row and 11 of their last 13 have now beaten the Kangaroos 25 straight times and arc currently in second place in the American Southwest Conference. This weekend's season-ending ASC tournament will determine the conference champion. HSU erupted for double-digit victo- ries in all three games winning 14-2 12- land 11-1. Chase Kocstcr (4-3) was the first of three Cowboy pitchers on the day to hurl complete games against Austin College. He gave up only two runs on six hits in the win. Freshman Clay Johnston had his first of two big games at the plate going 3 for 4 with a double two triples and three RBI. Robbie Schwab also had a three-hit performance and Rick Ballard added three RBI of his own. In game two Johnston again led the Cowb...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 1 May 1997

Page 8 The Brand May 1 1997 ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE HSU athletes record another year of blood sweat and tears SSSSEXZ Bowerman -3rd Annual Brand Athletic Awards- As another season of athletic prowess comes to a close at Hardin-Simmons University it's time to recog- nize those "warriors" who led their respective teams not only statistically but in heart. Thus The Brand is proud to present its 3rd Annual Brand Athletic Awards for 1996-97. Once again quarterback Todd Baumann led the Cowboys (8-3 3-1) in capturing the inaugural American Southwest Conference crown and returning to the NAIA Division II tournament. He also received ASC Offensive Player of the Week honors for a five touchdown 427 yard passing performance against rival Howard Payne University late in the season. Baumann fueled the Cowboy offense by completing 225 of 384 passes for a .586 completion percentage. He totaled 2734 yards in the air with 23 touchdowns. Linebacker Robert Brown was the cornerstone of the Cowboy defense t...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Abilene celebrates and remembers Or King page 5 December gradu- ation broadcast live page 4 Volume 84 Number 1 1 Amistad presents Oscar-worthy perfor- mance page 9 Men and women 's basketball come out on top. pages Wand 12 January 27 1998 last - b 4fc "4flkdfe494B 1F 'wiB?r5 PfMlliiSoil V- . .nBBJKs.'Il i tt . Five Hardin-Simmons stu- dents spent last fall semester at Harlaxton College in England participating in Hardin-Simmons' semester abroad program. During their stay they attended Princess Diana's funeral and viewed many of England's his- torical sites. Please see complete story on page 6.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Clinton "sex scandal" focuses on wrong images by Chance Sampson Staff Writer I have been really disturbed at the press coverage of the so-called "Clinton Sex Scandal" since last Thursday when news broke of allega- tions that President Clinton was involved in a sexual relationship with a former White House intern and then coerced her into perjuring herself about the matter. I cannot say that I am disappoint- ed that they are covering the matter so closely because I have listened and read as intently as anyone to each new development. The fact is though that there have been very few relevant developments. This lack of worthwhile informa- tion to report has led to a free-for-all of opinions on the matter. Speculations and "what-if's" abound suggesting impeachment and indict- ment. It is the media's responsibility to report the facts not to influence pub- lic opinion on what the facts might be. Neither is it the media's responsibility to speculate about the consequences of unproven guil...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

iurOMMMMrJ Life lessons learned skiing "one patch at a time" by Kristi Cargill Staff Writer As I came over the top of the mountain I automatically skidded off to the side to catch my breath. Perched along the supposedly "green" slopes of Taos New Mexico I felt anxious about the treacherous path displayed before me. My legs shook from exhaustion previous falls began to present me with snow-filled thermals and I had no idea how to brave upcoming miles of moguls. Adding to the seriousness of the situation was the fact that my boyfriend an expert skier was at my side. One may wonder why his pres- ence disturbed me but I can sum it up in one word: pride. Getting nervous at the sight of the descent and relying upon anoth- er's hand to pull me out of the powder were unattractive features. I began to formulate plans. I thought perhaps I would stay close to the inside of the slope to avoid going oveMhe edge yet I recognized that heading into a bank of snow was not appealing. I thought about ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Graduation broadcast breaks new HSU ground At 7:00 p.m. on Friday December 12 the graduation ceremo- ny held in Behrens Auditorium on the campus of Hardin-Simmons University was broadcast live to the city of Abilene. This marks the first time any campus event has been televised live from the campus using HSU televi- sion equipment. The department of communication produced the telecast from its new studio in the Van Ellis building. Heartland wireless cable compa- ny of Abilene carried the program on channel 3 a channel set aside for HSU broadcasting. Dr. Darrel Baergen head of the department of communication and professor in charge of broadcasting believes the event to be significant. "The first live telecast from Hardin-Simmons marks the begin- ning of an intensive program to train broadcasting students in television production. Our purpose is to give hands-on experience to our students in writing and producing various forms of material for television. The joint venture with Heartla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

City of Abilene shares in celebration of a dream by Kristi Cargill Staff Writer The late Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday was recently commemo- rated at Abilene's seventh annual MLK Jr. Awards Luncheon. Taking place on January 18 at the Civic Center the program's theme was "The Dream: From Past to Present." The guest speaker was Dr. K. David Cole of Kansas City Missouri. He has been pastor of the Swope Parkway United Christian Church in Kansas City for 22 years. He has influenced his community by serving as chairman of the Affirmative Action Committee of the National Benevolent Association board mem- ber of Parents Anonymous past mem- ber of the Mayor's Committee on Hunger and countless other projects. Cole spoke of King's famous Speech entitled "I Have a Dream." He reminded the audience of the importance of dreams. Cole said "The dreams we dream are those things by which we live our lives. Don't let anything both- er the vision of that dream." Cole also challenged the audi- ence t...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Harlaxton semester proves to be monumental experience fcy Christine Snowden Staff Writer Witnessing history in the making was only part of what made the 1997 venture to Harlaxton a memorable experience. Aside from having seen the grief of nation following the death of Princess Diana HSU students recall the semester spent in England as "life changing." Although the differences in cultures were evident many preconceived ideas were altered. 'The landscaping there was beautiful but what set Harlaxton apart from the United States was the architecture" Hardin-Simmons junior Shay Hargus said. "I expected every- thing to look so much different but I really felt quite at home." Classes were attended Monday through Thursday and the weekends were set aside for travel. According to junior Jeanne Jester trav- elling Europe was an extension of what was Photo court wy of Jnnm Jstr nd Shty 1997 Harlaxton students with Dr. Larry Bruner and his wife. (Left): Students vis- ited Luzern Switzerland. (Ri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Unity groups seeks to appreciate differences by Penny Bivens Staff Writer In recognition of the social and ethnic issues that arise when people come together Hardin-Simmons University administration led by Dean Linda Carleton formed the Unity Group. The group's purpose is to pro- mote understanding of these issues and address them with honesty and sensitivity. Realizing and acting upon the idea that every human being has worth and is deserving of dignity and respect is the driving force behind the group's efforts. According to Dean Carleton the group began two years ago with the selection of students from different ethnic backgrounds who were well known for their leadership academic or extracurricular abilities. The stu dents were ones who were willing to participate in a campus cultural diver- sity awareness effort. The first meeting began with watching a video tape series by cul- tural diversity trainer Dr. Tony Evans entitled "Let's Get to Know Each Other." Dean Carleton said as ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

fc- . -r 1 - Hardin-Simmons students in Austria begin classes Four students part of HSU's first semester abroad at Salzburg College by Dr. Dan Cooper Special to the Brand Four adventuresome HSU students are presently traveling through Germany on their way to becoming Hardin-Simmons University's first participants in the Salzburg College semester abroad program. Laine Walker Angela Bailey James Barta and Darrik; Fisk arrived Saturday January 18 in Brussels and joined approximately 75 other stu- dents from American Japanese and Scandinavian colleges. They were met by officals from SC for their first week field trip through Germany. Starting with the country's oldest city Trier where monuments from Roman times remain intact they explored many aspects of German history as they tour Bonn Cologne along the Moselle Rhine and Neckar rivers and in Heidelberg Rothenburg and Nureberg. Monday January 26 they began their class work at the college living in Austrian homes and adapting to life in ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Amistad relates important story almost forgotten by Bryan Tuck Staff Writer " stars out of possible four Steven Spielberg's new histori- cal drama Amistad tells an important story but one that has almost been forgotten. In 1839 a group of Africans on board the Spanish slave ship La Amistad bound for Cuba break free of their chains and kill all but two of their captors. Because they lack navigational skills the Africans are hopeful that the Spanish survivors can take them back home. However the Spaniards trick the Africans and lead them up toward New England where the ship is cap- tured by an American vessel. The Africans are taken to Connecticut and charged with murder and piracy. The first Americans to take on the Africans' cause is Theodore Joadson (Morgan Freeman) a free black man who prints an abolitionist newsletter and Lewis Tappan (Stellan Skarsgard) who funds the paper. In court the Africans are defend- ed by Roger Baldwin (Matthew McConaughey) an inexperienced but enthusias...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

Cowboys dominate Indians in 118-106 home win Brand Pho(o courtesy Stv Cloud HSU men's basketball team defeated cross town rival McMurry Indians January 17. The team looks forward to a conference title. lowboys blow it open h nab a share of lead BgXhad English EmiTiinnnmnmHPHniiHunnmiMin iiiiiiiiiminii spcHw'r kThe Hardfn-Simmoris Cowboys mens basketball team jumped out to apoinUead Saturday January 17 fflpuer defeated the previously unbeaten in conference McMurry Efudj&ns. plie high sconng affair ended jn JICXS HSU win at home'in the Complex.?" jyVith thkvietory in hand the Cowboys are.now tied for the ASC Conference lead along: with cross ;rival McMurry tfhe Cowboys dominated the llndjtanjwith big time play from off bench. Hie HS0 reserves racked points - ?:& sWith this productionUie bencn mmwvimwmmm - its mmmfmMmm:Mp SMiirWK.-.- !"..?. 'i"' ' WZ"ZJS " "MS 4 Kf 6lnsav WuiKir MSlls::itkfnfmbst- fe j$ -ri-'i: jnm&. '&i. r;v && . .- Freshman MattRobertson came1...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

HSU baseball geared up for spring season by Scott Spurger and Chad English Staff Writers Football season is over and basketball season is underway and doing well. It is the middle of January and HSU baseball is entering the minds of many fans. The Cowboys are hoping for warm weather the rest of the month as they started their official workouts on January 19. The first game of the season is not until February 17 when the team will host their season open- er against Hillsdale Freewill Baptist at 2:00 p.m. The Cowboys have been through a short season followed by off-season training during the fall semester. This will be the first season for the Cowboys under new head coach Steve Coleman. Coleman inherited 52 ball players at the start of last semester and cut the final varsity roster to 24. Barring any academic casualties or injuries the team will have a strong nucleus of six seniors three juniors nine sophomores and six fresh- men. HSU will be among approximately 33 teams in the talent...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 January 1998

HSU cowgirls come away with win Women's basketball holds conference record of 6-0 by Chad English Staff Writer Hardin-Simmons and McMurry both entered the game of Saturday January 17 feeling an ASC title was in their sights. HSU pulled out the victory 54- 46 at Mabee Complex but weren't so graceful in doing it. The game was a struggle throughout on both sides of the ball. Though the game was ugly HSU did have some bright spots to look upon. The Cowgirls were money from the free throw line cashing all 14 of their second-half attempts allowing them to come back from a 29-22 half time deficit. With 6:50 remaining Kathryn Otwell made a follow up shot to give them a 40-39 lead and they never looked back. HSU connected on six consecu- tive free throws to close out the tri- umph. McMurry on the other hand managed just two baskets in the final 10 minutes. After the offensively stagnant first half the Cowgirls got a big lift from the whole def en s i ve end. "Defensively we didn't change any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1998

Women's basketball shoot shoot for ASC title. See story page 9 School of Business hosts midnight bowling party page 3 February 10 1998 the rand Volume 84 Number 12 Servant's Piercing to play In Abilene Feb. 13 page 5 Romance was alive and well at HSU even In 1918 page A University police keeping HSU safe by Kathy Maxwell Editor in Chief Crime on campus is a concern of any student or parent. Hardin- Simmons' police force works to ensure the safety of its students. HSU has six full time and two part time officers. All are state certi- fied police officers certified by the department of education. HSU Chief of Police Don Dearman said someone is at the campus police headquarters 24 hours a day. "During regular class hours when parking is such a problem" he said "we have two people on duty. During what we call 'prime crime time' 8 p.m. until 3 a.m. we also have two people on duty." On campus the police are kept busy with routine duties such as patrolling parking lots checking buildings a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1998

i nwwm fl mnmnTiSiTtii God pours out his spirit over the world When I read about revival I get so excited that I can hardly standit! Many times after reading about what God has done in past revivals or is doing in present revivals around the world my heart begins to race and I can't eat or sleep or do anything but cry out to God to send revival. He has promised us that if we will seek Him in humility that he will bring a time of refreshing to us. I pray that God will send that urgency into your life as you read about the things that are happening TODAY around the world. In China believers often stay up through the night praying for revival and praying for the lost and for their communities. One account from the Hong Kong and China Ministry Report stat- ed that the Chinese prayer time that the author had participated began late at night. Those gathered spent two hours repenting sin and reconciling with one another. The Lord gave a word of prophe- cy and they began to enter into inter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 February 1998

i lJlthw(im 53 LTJILVUm I IH 14191 J EwBiiVWW ll.H.MI.I Business school's night out by Chad Collins and Geoff Godsey Special to the Brand What an evening it was at Whitewood Lanes for the first annual School of Business Midnight Bowling Party. It was a star packed night. Celebrities from accounting computer science economics finance management and marketing were there to enjoy the festivities. Competition was fierce. Eleven media in the off-season because it was questionable whether they were under the salary cap. Nevertheless Team 10 was stronger than ever with the acquisi- tions of Amy Rasberry Ryan Newman T.J. Massengill and Toni Hinderer along with its returning players which included Chad Collins Cody Wilhite Ryan Creesy and Mr. Turner. The stage was set. And each team was determined to leave Whitewood u teams bat- tled for the chance to be crowned bowling champions and receive the prize ness students. It's nice to see the busi- tnnt nlliiMPC so many ness school get students in...

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