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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 February 2005

K 4 February 2, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler The It's spring again! Bold prints and bright colors decorate fashion runways for men and women Ayah Sayyed Once again, it is time for the fashion minds to unveil their artwork to the public. Before I go on, I must add this disclaimer of mine: Fashion is up to the person who is wearing it. This is just for the style-centrist, such as myself, who tends to watch every move of the East Coast to be up to speed with them. Let's face it, Dallas is three months behind, and Fort Woith, well, it is about six months behind the great fash- ion capital of New York City. It's time to see what is in and what is out for spring. Do not put your fall and winter ——————— clothes in the back of your closet yet. Polo-style shirts with the collar up are still hit- ting the fashion scene strong. But the new style is something that you saw your mom wearing back in the 80s: bold prints that consist of ani- mal print or floral designs. Another interesting hit out ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 February 2005

The Rambler Campus Life February 2, 2005 5 Cuisine on a budget VcMcij/ Cafe/3ra%d/ not jiMit cwurther coffee/ houie,' Teresa Alcala Fort Worth is grand, but once in a while, I like to live it up in Dallas, and Caf£ Brazil is often what tempts me to make the trip. Many know Cafe Brazil as simply a coffeehouse, but it is not just your average cup of Joe. It's also not an ordinary restaurant. It's an evolution. At first glance, Caf<£ Brazil is definitely a mesh between a restaurant and a coffeehouse. Cafe Brazil first opened its doors to the public in 1991 in the Lakewood part of Dallas. Since then, it has continued to expand and become a tremendous hit. According to the Cafe Brazil Web site (http://www.cafebrazil.com), the founder originally devel- oped a quaint, 10-table restaurant as a place where you could enjoy a great breakfast and coffee from around the world. The restaurant is open 24 hours, featuring a smoke- ~free environment that is both fun and relaxing. It is to be seen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 February 2005

6 February 2, 2005 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Jan. 29 Men's Basketball vs. Wiley, 103-95 (fV) Top Ram Scorers Tommy Johnson - 29 pts., 7 rebs., 3 stls. Ben Hunt - 26 pts. Nino Etienne - 13 pts., 13 rebs., 5 assts. Top Wildcat Scorer Sylvester Simple - 29 pts., 12 rebs., 6 assts., 3 stls. Story of the Game Rams start game on 15-2 run and never look back, as Wiley never leads. Rams hit nine treys in the first half and shoot 81 percent. Rams finish shooting 65 percent for the game, including 72 percent from behind the arc. V „ I Ben Hunt is perfect from the field and misses only one free throxtf. Women's Basketball vs. Wiley, 85-71 (W) Top Lady Ram Scorers Stacy Brown - 21 pts., 11 rebs. Tiffany Hill - 14 pts., 6 assts., 7 stls. Top Lady 'Cat Scorer Tiffany Miller - 19 pts. Story of the Game Lady Rams never trail and jump out to quick 12- 4 lead. Lady Rams force 30 turnovers and hold Wiley to 39 percent shooting for the game. Lady Rams connect on just over 50 percent of their att...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 February 2005

The Rambler Sports February 2, 2005 7 Rams hope pitching delivers as season opener draws closer Christine Peirce MANAGING EDITOR The sun is setting behind you as you gaze out in the open. The view is perfect - you can see every player on the field. With nine guys out ready to play a little more than catch and more rules than many girls can follow, it will truly be an afternoon of relaxation and spirit for the American game of baseball. The Texas Wesleyan baseball team begins their season on Feb. 4 with a doubleheader of seven innings each at LaGrave Field. The Rams will play Lambuth University of Tennessee. The Rams, who are coming off a 26-28 season that resulted in a Red River Athletic Conference record of 7-5, are under the direc- tion of Mike Jeffcoat, head baseball coach, for the fourth season. "We feel good about our hitting and defense," said Jeffcoat. "We are needing some pitchers to step up and have good years." About six of the Rams' major mound contributors from last seas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 February 2005

President's Honors Concert offers best of Wesleyan's musical talent Colleen Burnie STAFF WRITER Wesleyan's President's Honors Concert lives up to its name, honoring Wesleyan's most talented music students. The music department will host the ninth annual event at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 in Martin Hall. The inspiration for the legacy was to reach out to the Wesleyan community and motivate the music students to work hard and be honored among the most advanced per- formers. The first concert was intended to "show- case to the community the incredible talent that Wesleyan's music department had to offer," said Dr. Steve Simons, professor of music. "The support of the president spurred it on to be a gala event," he said. The 10 students who will be performing each auditioned for three judges who work outside the Wesleyan music department. This was to erase any chance of bias and allow the top 10 competitors to be chosen strictly on the basis of their performance. The judges rated each student...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

13*1 [c.s) 7" e x * s w TEXAS WESIEVan The I V (= R $ I T Y Plnbler Tim ofiirlan fo' x;nir*cx pin The students' voice since 1917 February 9, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 3 is I" fg h telly m it a his ce, nch i in k of on. the 23- News Briefs Reception for professor Dr. Frank Norwood, former Wesleyan business professor, will be cele- brated from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Woodhaven Country Club in Fort Worth. He retired after 44 years of service at Wesleyan. All students are invited to attend. Student Life A three-on-three intra- mural basketball game is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 9 in the Sid W. Richardson Center. Feb. 10 is open gym night. This is an opportu- nity for students to use the gym from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Also on Feb. 10, Beyond the Wall will be on campus for a poster sale from 9 i.m. to 5 p.m. in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. A Price-is-Right-style putting challenge will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 15 in the Brown- Lupton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

(!?•'> ) ttCY : W A ^ ? "■ 2 February 9,2005 The Rambler Food forum Fort Worth Ad Club 'Shadow Day' focuses on dinner menu allows students real life experience Deric Lane STAFF WRITER Wesleyan students pre- sented concerns and com- ments for the food in the cafeteria to John Coughlin, food director, in the Carter Conference Room on Feb. 2. About 10 students showed up for the 30 minute meeting. Concerns consisted of the disappearance of the cheese sticks, taquitos and corndogs. "Corporate decided to get rid of them, but I'm try- ing to get them back, and I'm still working on a new menu." Amanda Torrealba, a senior political science major, said that Coughlin plans for a more diverse din- ner menu at Dora Roberts Hall. "We got a favorable response from [Cough- lin],"she said. That means there won't be baked chicken every night for dinner. "This is not a grocery store," said Torrealba. Some students were pur- chasing more than the five drinks allotted to them from the counter prevent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

The Rambler Opinions February 9, 2005 3 - ■ Campus Comments What is your favorite Wesleyan sport and why? Adrian Villanueva freshman computer science 'Baseball because I've played it all my life." Ferrin Doss freshman biology 'Girl's volleyball is really cool. They kick [butt]." Shawn Poling sophomore English ! "I am the wrong person to ask. I don't pay attention to sports at all." Vincent Sansvang junior marketing "I'd have to say basketball because we don't have football." Richard Griffin senior religion 'I don't like sports at all. Shayla Impson senior management information systems "I don't really pay attention to sports." Photos by Christine Peirce le In lis it fes led be The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Harold G. Jeffcoat, Publisher Kelli Lamers, Adviser Whitney Fowler, editor-in-chief Nici Sandberg, nens editor Phil McNeary, campus life editor Jillian Jones, photo editor Marc Nettles, sports editor Alejandro Morado, advertising manager Jad B. Saxton, entertainment e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

4 February 9, 2005 The Rambler Thanks for the memories Wesleyan honors Norwood's 44 years with reception Whitney Fowler EDITOR-IN-CHIEF For Dr. Frank Norwood, more than 40 years' worth of memories have accumulated from his time spent with Texas Wesleyan University. Colleagues, friends and students are invited to honor Norwood, who retired in the summer of 2003, at a reception at 6 p.m. on Feb. 11 at the Woodhaven Country Club in Fort Worth. Norwood served as dean of the school of business, chair of the divi- sion of business, full time professor and a brief stint part time in the span of his 44 years at Wesleyan. "Believe it or not, I enjoyed every minute of it," Norwood said. "We had our challenges and frustrations, as all do, but I wouldn't have traded it for anything." Both students and colleagues recall Norwood's commitment to honesty and his pursuit of excellence as he made a point to serve the best interest of Texas Wesleyan and pre- pare his students to face the world outside...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

The Rambler Campus Life February 9,2005 5 Students say college dating not as easy as you think Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER The still fresh, romantic season is in dan- ger at Wesleyan. With Valentine's Day wait- ing with accommodations for lovers, the ladies aren't feeling so loved. An unofficial campus survey released in late January soliciting ladies' view on guys, dating and modern romance, revealed atti- tudes ranging from unenthusiastic to plain frustrated. Favoring the men of the past, one respondent said, "Guys now-a-days don't know how to respect and treat a woman." In fact, the question, "What's wrong with men in 2005?" (hew the longest response with one respondent, a member of a campus group self-dubbed "The Ladies' Round Table," beginning her answer with, "Where do I start?" According to the survey, some of the worst offenders include: guys that expect inti- macy too soon (like on the first date), guys that don't put enough thought into their outfit for a date, guys that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

6 February 9, 2005 - .. -t ■■■■•■■" The Rambler Sports Briefs Feb. 4 Baseball vs. Lambuth, 1-0 (W) & 4-3 (W) Top Rams at the Plate Billie Hicks - 2-for-3, 1 RBI in game one Jason Vaughan - 3-for-4, 1 run in game two Top Rams on the Mound Jason Hopson - CG, 0 ER, 5 hits, 4 K's, 1 BB in game one David Hinson - CG, 1 ER, 4 hits, 2 BB's, 1 K in game two Top Eagle Dustin McKeel - 6.0 innings pitched, 0 ER, 3 hits, 1 BB, no decision in game one Stories of the Doubledip Game one of the dou- bledip turned out to be a pitcher's duel until the bottom of the seventh. Dan Bruce walked and stole second to get into scoring position. Shortstop Billie Hicks cracks a walk-off double to right that scores Bruce. The Rams trailed 3-1 in the sixth of the back end of the doubledip. Bruce reached on a throw- ing error, advanced to sec- ond on a passed ball and third on a wild pitch, then scored on a Mark Smajstria single. In the bottom of the seventh, the Rams get two runs on a Travis Clifford walk-of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

;■ ' W H The Rambler Shorts February 9, 2005 7 Millikan again expecting spring success for men's golf Marc Nettles Photo courtesy of Logan Lawrence Junior Reino Deetlefs set the all-time Wesleyan record for season scoring average, a record that has stood for 32 years: at Texas Wesleyan. SPORTS EDITOR Texas Wesleyan's most decorated athletic program is getting back into the swing of things as the spring sea- son draws closer. The Wesleyan golf team is looking forward to yet another successful sea- son with head coach Kevin Millikan at the helm. Millikan was appointed as the director of intercollegiate athletics for the university after Terry Waldrop, former director and men's basketball head coach, stepped down from the position last semester to concentrate specifically on the basketball program. It is up to Millikan now to juggle his administrative duties with his coaching responsibilities as his nation- ally ranked team vies for another ban- ner in the Sid W. Richardson Center. Mil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 February 2005

. ".J;;.: 8 February 9, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler Shutter and Soul expresses 'surreal reality' Christine Peirce MANAGING EDITOR A picture speaks a thousand words. Sometimes, even more. Senior art major Cortney Johansen is using a technique of merging photographs to express what she says is a "surreal reality." "I think a lot about people's perception of photography and how many people take pho- tography as the truth," said Johansen. "My photos play with the idea that maybe photog- raphy does not have to display the truth, but can be used as a way to create a surreal reali- ty." Eight pieces were displayed recently in an art show entitled Shutter and Soul, a theme based upon basic photography and how the digital age has changed photography into an even larger known form of art. The show was held at the Firehouse, a studio located just northeast of Wesleyan on the corner of Oakland Boulevard and Meadowbrook Drive, in January. About four other artists were fea- tured with their sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

fif'.'f Cc *) TEXAS WESl.f ya. FEB I 6 !_• Texas W e/gtt ~e </ /\ a/\ 0 .a/ i v e r s i t y The bier The students' voice since 1917 February 16, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 4 News Briefs Interest meeting There will be a Sigma Tau Delta general interest meeting for new member- ship at 12:15 p.m. on Feb. 17 in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center Room 202. The meeting will provide an explanation of what the national English honor society is, the bene- fits of membership and other information. For more information, contact Whitney Allen at whitlallen@aol. com. KA auction rescheduled Kappa Alpha Order, a social fraternity, has rescheduled its date auc- tion to 12:15 p.m. on Feb. 17 in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center. Proceeds will go toward hosting future campus events such as mud volleyball. Bidding will start at $10, and if a person bids $50 or more, she will also receive five hours of man- ual labor from that mem- ber. GEC meeting The Academic Affairs Committee will meet on Feb. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

. . ts- L ,j . • 1 2 February 16, 2005 KSWWK ". •& The Rambler New hire, from page 1 outside vendors, providing administrative support and services," Hanna said. "In addition, he will be working on advertising and marketing projects." In addition to the director and communications coordi- nator, the office previously included a senior writer and part-time marketing special- ist as well. Those positions are yet to be filled. "I won't be filling anoth- er full-time position until the new fiscal year begins [June]," Hanna said. "In addi- tion to John, the office has a student worker who is help- ing with projects this semes- ter." The student worker, sen- ior public relations major Damien McBrien, started the same week as Gonzales. McBrien also works in the Eunice and James L. West Library. "Things are going well in the office of communica- tions," Hanna said. "I'm get- Photo by Jillian Jones John Gonzales, a senior mass communication major, started as communications cooridnator on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

The Rambler Opinions February 16, 2005 3 Campus Comments What part of the GEC (General Education Curriculum) do you want changed? Robyn Cooper freshman biology 'd want to take off humanities and maybe an English class too." Sage Valmores junior mass communication "Not so much math for non-math majors." Sarah Billington senior mass communication 'English 3300 or humanities. Humanities for sure." Neal Bridges senior psychology "A lot. Listening to President (Hal) Jeffcoat at the presidential forum gave a lot of great ideas, but I think the first step is getting rid of manage- ment information systems." Schreese Fontaine senior international business i would just like to see more varia- tions in the night classes offered." Marvin Stricklen senior liberal arts 'Keep humanities as they are.' Photos by Christine Peirce The Rambler Founded in 1917 is The Han Jout llarold O. Jeffcoat. Publisher Kelli Lamers. Adviser Whitney Fow ler, editor-in-chief Nici Sandbeig. new s editor Jillian Jones,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

,-a t ■ ' i " J* iff ■ >' f'<i 4 February 16, 2005 Campus Life Black History Month quiet at Wesleyan Zachary Davidson STAFF WRITER Every February Americans take time to remember and celebrate the contributions of blacks to American history. Black History Month is a cel- ebration of the past, but it also provides an occasion for every American to consider the present state of race relations in the United States. "Black History Month began as an attempt to remedy a long-standing lack of recognition for the contributions of African Americans to American history," said Dr. Elizabeth Alexander, professor of history. "When I was in school in the '60s, we did not study the history of either blacks or women. Fortunately, historians have finally recognized that groups other than white men have made history." Black History Month began as Negro History Week in 1926. The man from whom the idea of Black History Month came, as well as the study of black history in general, is Harvard histor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

' r- < , 4 The Rambler Campus Life February 16, 2005 5 Wesleyan students ride hi-tech bandwagon Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER This year Interactive Taxi plans to install interactive devices in the back seats of more than 600 taxis in three major cities, according to a Feb. 7 press release from Interactive Taxi. The wire- less multimedia units will make news, movie trailers and restaurant listings available at the push of a button. Thanks to technology, stuff like music, news and advertisements are like Visa credit cards, "Everywhere you want to be." Electronics are taking over. With the clutter of wires, cell phones, pagers, MP3 players and electronic organizers strapped to our bodies, there seems to be no escaping them. "It's necessary because of competi- tion," said Dr. John Shampton, professor of business law and economics. "When you've got a product that people really like but you don't have a patent to pro- tect it, eventually you'll have competi- tors that will take away you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

*fe> \ ?\' 1 J-,a "•• W->:-' ••*■' rfa.' 6 February 16,2005 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Feb.11 Baseball vs. Concordia-Lutheran, 4-3 (W) & 4-0 (W) Top Rams at the Plate Zach Archer - 3-for-6, 3 RBI, 3 runs on the day, GW homer in game one Top Rams on the Mound Jason Hopson - 5 innings pitched, 1 ER, 2 hits, 6 K's, 1 BB in game one Shea Harrison - 4 innings pitched, 0 ER, 1 hit, 7 K's, 0 BB in game two Top Tornado Concordia Bullpen - 1 ER on the day Stories of the Doubledip The Rams dominate the doubleheader with great starting efforts on the hill from Jason Hopson and Shea Harrison. Zach Archer hits game-winning yard shot in the eighth inning of game one. Shea Harrison and Jayson Rachuig combine for a complete game shutout in game two. Feb.12 Softball at Tarleton St., 5-2 (W) Top Lady Ram at the Plate Amanda Milam - 3-for-3, 3 RBI, 1 run, GW homer Top Lady Ram in the Circle Devin Blew - CG, I ER, 7 hits, 3 K's, 2 BB Top TexAnn Kasi Dobbs r 1.2 innings pitched, 1 ER, I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

r- t * m f- * The Rambler Sports February 16, 2005 7 Brown rebounds with career season, juggles being mother, student and athlete WOMI VS BASKI.TBA1 I Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER Sitting in the second-place slot between powerhouses, Houston Baptist and Langston, is another team that has earned respect as one the best in the Red River Athletic Conference. But the Lady Rams' success hasn't exactly thrown onlookers back in their seats considering they have four of their five best perform- ers back from last season. But what may come as a shocker is that one of the strongest contributors to the Lady Rams' success this year is a fairly new name, Nastassia Brown. The sophomore forward appeared in 31 games for the Lady Rams last season. So she's not exactly new; but try con- vincing the rest of the conference of that. Probably none of the coaches that saw Brown last year remember her five points and five rebounds per game. But her coach, Stacy Francis, knew this year was going to be diffe...

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