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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 February 2005

M - < *V-,- ' - : im-. \ 8 February 16, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler Photo by Colleen Burnie The Greater Fort Worth Community Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 28 in Nicholas Martin Hall. The Greater Fort Worth Community Band chooses a home at Wesleyan Colleen Burnie STAFF WRITER The 2004-2005 school year ushered in changes for the Wesleyan music depart- ment including a new focus on community music out- reach. Both the vocal and the instrumental programs start- ed ensembles composed of students as well as members of the community. The Greater Fort Worth Community Band began this January and has yielded a remarkable turnout for the first two weeks. "We are thrilled with both the numbers and the level of musicianship exhib- ited by the players." said Henry Schraub, retired director of the Birdville Independent School District and the director of the group. The group has between 50 to 60 members, and an average of 45 members come out to rehearse each week. The band, which is...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

11:4 Ccl) Texas W The R S I T Y TEXAS WESLEYAN FEB 2 3 2005 bier The students' voice since 1917 February 23, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No./^ News Briefs Homecoming Homecoming events for the rest of the week include camouflage day on Feb. 23, spirit day and a basketball game on Feb. 24 and pajama day on Feb. 25. The homecoming games are at 5:30 p.m. for the women and 7:30 p.m. for the men on Feb. 26. The homecoming king and queen will be announced Feb. 24 during the basketball game. The king and queen will be crowned at halftime dur- ing the men's game Feb. 26. V / „ I Children's art exhibition The art department is extending an invitation to the children of all Wesleyan faculty and staff to display their art at the seventh annual children's art exhibit. Art should be delivered between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 or 24 to Art North Room 101. The rules for entering: Everything is accepted. Children through U5 years of age are eligible. Framing is not required. All art must h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

SAXT* m $s aii. 2 February 23, 2005 h /. ■■ ' 1 ■ i / _ • • ?.v t: \r The Rambler The Ra Professor publishes her second novel ,« mm Christine Peirce MANAGING EDITOR Dr. Cynthia Shearer added another book to her library this year. The Wesleyan adjunct English professor published her sec- ond novel, The Celestial Jukebox, in January. "The Celestial Jukebox is set in the invented Mississippi Delta town of Madagascar. The rural south of Cynthia Shearer is depend- ent on the rather less attrac- tive fruits of capitalism, including agribusiness, gam- bling and the dwindling vices surrounding the retail trades," reads the Barnesandnoble.com pub- lisher's notes section. "For Shearer, music and writing work hand in hand - each art influencing the other," reads a southemliter- aryreview.com biography. "Shearer describes herself as a loner who 'worked at not fitting in.'" Shearer was unavailable for comment for this article. Shearer was born in Massachusetts, but spent her childhood and teenag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

The Rambler Opinions February 23, 2005 3 t Fowler Iher I assis- ; Hall, feed- H any lem. wit- cats, to the bopula- jeve in [indeed Imimals lal for hed that |rth city do not or pets ircum- upervi- )h-Orr. it ion to that .of nes are vorking to call to the Pi-4873 Control Campus Comments What do you know about Wesleyan's Homecoming festivities? Whitnee Lowe freshman undecided "Well, 1 don't really know except that they have homecoming nominations. I've heard it around school because some of my basketball friends wanted to be nominated." Elisha Stockton freshman psychology "Nothing. I saw a poster up for it, and I didn't read it." Jennifer Arellano junior education "1 helped one of the fraternity guys paint a window, but other than that, not much." Kay Kayembe junior biology "1 know that it hasn't been publicized properly." Travis Maudlin senior business administration "Nothing." Homecoming week: Wednesday, Feb. 23: Camouflage day Thursday, Feb. 24: Spirit day and basketball games with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

, The Rambler 4 February 23, 2005 T Working through it Students pull double duty with school, jobs Nici Sandberg SEWS EDITOR The pressures of work and school have been a problem for students everywhere for generations. Wesleyan's own face the same issues of trying to balance home, work and school. And with the amount of homework, projects and tests students have to bear, they sometimes wonder if their pro- fessors have a heart. "1 don't really feel that professors take into consideration how much students do outside of class. I believe that they are more focused on what you need to do in order to pass their class," said Connie Mack, a senior management information systems major. "No matter how much your life might change outside of school, classes will remain the same." Some professors seem to realize that there are many outside factors that require students' time. "I suppose I look at it subconsciously. 1 know about other classes, and 1 try to keep my homework reasonable," said Dr....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

The Rambler Campus Life February 23, 2005 5 esleyan in pictures Sophomore psychology major Rachel Lamont, sophomore nursing major Rachel Hampton and freshman elementary education major Ariel Raley convert a triple play at an ice cream social at Elizabeth Hall. The event was hosted by junior Tiffany Garcia. Photo by Phil McNeary Sophomore bilingual education major Cindy Olivares and freshman undecided major Brenda Medina flash their pearly whites in the SUB during free period. Photo by Ivet Valencia Junior mass communication major John Pirtle, fresh- man business major Michael McK 'nzie and senior psy- chology major Neal Bridges play ;i late night game of poker in the Stella P.ussell Hall elevator. The guys say playing poker in the elevator is a fjreat way to meet stu- dents. Tech tip Michael McKenzie Photo by Whitney Fowler It seems the Internet in the dorms on campus is a big complaint when it comes to speed and reliability. Here's some basics on troubleshooting the Internet in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

J - V V r^V;. • • f : 6 February 23, 2004 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Feb. 14 Men's Basketball vs. SAGU, 100-95 (W) Top Ram Scorers Tommy Johnson - 33 pts., 11 rebs. Khayri McKinney - 14 pts., 7 assts. Top Lion Scorer Jason Johnson - 31 pts. Story of the Game The Rams survive an all-out shootout with SAGU by beating them on the charity stripe and connecting on 39-of-47 free throws. Five Rams score in double-digits. Women's Baskepal vs. SAGU, 76-45 Top Lady Ram Scorer Kashae Towfasend - 14 pts., 6 rebs. * Top Lady Lion Scorer Evelyn Johnson - 20 pts. Story of the Game The Lady Rams shoot 51.5 percent while hold- ing SAGU to 34.! percent from the floor, including 16 percent from the arc. The Lady Rams also force 33 turnovers. 1 Feb.15 Softball I vs. No. 5 USAO. 5-4 {W) & 9-2 (L) Top Lady Ram at the Plate Amanda Milam - 4-for-7, 2 RBI, 3 runs Top Lady Ram in the Circle Devin Blew«- 7 innings pitched, 1 ER, 9 hits, 1 BB total in both games Top Lady Drover Kindra Gregory - CG, 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

The Rambler Entertainment February 23, 2005 7 I |y I e Id r( in is. py id lof -8 It a In. lirst she Ittlc Into linst vrts I the ling Ig lized and |p of the tver, ftn in liked notch lams. I who com- run win lircle. pcond |, but ;ainst they Tara Jos in Is she and walk Imered scored | tallied 2S. UT- icader. New music support group says 'Bravo/' Jad B. Saxton I ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The Wesleyan music department is trying to get a new support group off the ground this semester. Much like the theater department's support group, Encore, the music department is aiming for a group of built-in support that will promote the needs of a growing department. Named Bravo, this new group hopes to assist with audience generation, recruitment, scholarship and the marketing of the music venues that Texas Wesleyan has to offer the Metroplex. "With a music support group in place, we could help performers on campus receive the audience they deserve in concert, plus the contacts these friends to the music...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 February 2005

fPpf-: ti7'. '' '"'■-: . 8 February 23, 2005 ntertainment The Rambler Photo courtesy of the Wesleyan Theater Department Senior theater major Chris Adams, left, along with junior theater major Angela Brown and senior theater major E. Adam Martin, right, star in Theatre Wesleyan's production of Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten opening at 7:3(1 p.m. on March 3 in the Thad Smotherman Theater. Theater colaborates to create Moon Marla Jo Kelly STAFF WRITER 4 Theatre Wesleyan's first show of the spring, Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten, opens March 3. The play, known as one of O'Neill's most memorable works, focuses on one day in the lives of the Hogans, who consist of a rough Irish farmer and his daughter Josie, por- trayed respectively by senior theater major Christopher Adams and junior theater major Angela Brown. But this day is unlike any before it, and when the sun rises on tomor- row, their lives will be changed for- ever. A regular visit by the Hogafis' landlo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 March 2005

Texas WE U\N I V £ R S I T Y The The students' voice since 1917 March 2, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 6 News Briefs Photography exhibit Thirteen Wesleyan photographers will be fea- tured in the photography exhibit and opening recep- tion at 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on March 6. The free reception is open to the Wesleyan community. The exhibit, Keepers of the Light, was curated by freshman art major Ashley Marie Antoinette Neal. For more information, contact Neal at amneal (cvjvuil.txwes.edu or Terri Cummings at tcummings @txwes.edu or (817) 531- 5841. Power outage The construction com- pany working on the Poly Technic United Methodist Church renovations, Thomas S. Byrne, will be shutting down power to a large portion of the cam- pus at 10 p.m. on March 3. The dorms will not be included in the planned outage. Book drive Psi Chi and Sigma Tau Delta are co-sponsoring a book drive to benefit the Women's Haven. Donation boxes will be in all of the major buildings on campus from March...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 March 2005

• • • '; ■ ■' 2 March 2, 2005 News The Rambler Rpffice aids students with finances Nici Sandberg NEWS EDITOR Money: students need it to get through school, but sometimes it is a difficult and con- fusing ordeal to find this elusive funding. That's why there is an office of financial aid on campus. The purpose of the office is to "award in a timely manner," according to Annetta Cerda, financial aid counselor. Financial aid awards consist of scholarships, grants and loans. However, if students want aid, they have to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year. "Every semester [the people in the office] help me fill out the FAFSA. They give me scholarship information," said Neal Bridges, a senior psychology major. He also said that they have been "doing a great __ job and are very courteous." Cerda stressed that students fill out the form every year because many times they think that it only has to be done once. She also said that they encourage students to fil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 March 2005

The Rambler Opinions March 2, 2005 3 Campus Comments What are you involved with on campus? Erinn Miller freshman kinesiology 'Volleyball.' Camille McDermott sophomore mass communication "International Club.' Crystal Carrizales junior athletic trainer 'Soccer and I'm in Sports Medicine Society." Christyl Smith junior history "The History Club and Student Government [Association.]" Ryan Johnson junior liberal arts "Class, class and class. I'm starting [in] production club and SCUBA club." Michael Villareal senior mass communication "Student Advisory Communication Council, Student Ambassadors and Lambda Kappa Kappa." For information on different on-campus organizations, go by the Student Life office in the Brown-Lupton Campus Center for information and activities. Photos by Christine Peircc The Rambler Founded in IVI7 as The Handout Harold G. JeJJcoat, Publisher Kelli Lamers, Adviser Whitney Fowler, editor-in-chief Nici Sandberg, new s editor Phil McSeary. campus life editor Jillian Jo...

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

' 4 March 2, 2005 -u •5 t: place life The Rambler Wesleyan celebrates 2005 homecoming Phil McNeary CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Homecoming week kicked off with a bang on Feb. 21 with window painting by Alpha XI Delta and the cheerleaders. In anticipation of the home- coming basketball game against Houston Baptist University, the girls dedicated their time and effort to show school spirit with colorful murals on Monday. "Homecoming week - it was nice," said Joey Gladney, a computer science major. "They had the organizations, they were giving free food out, everybody had the homecoming spirit and, after all, we got a big win over Houston Baptist, and every- body was just happy." Tuesday, Feb. 22, the old fashioned charm of the south made its way to Wesleyan with Phat Tuesday. The event was marked with students wearing crazy hats and colorful beads. The party didn't stop as 97.9 The Beat showed up to jump in on the festivities. The radio station praised Wesleyan for its ongoing support of black ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 March 2005

! ; Her The Rambler Campus Life March 2, 2005 5 kh, noun ob's, Guess what I'm doing this summer Jad B. Saxton prepares her itinerary for post-graduation fun Summer is looming around the corner, and I am both excited and scared about the possibilities. This will be the first summer where I don't have to go back to school in August. 1 will finally be graduating and starting a new chapter of my life, so thinking about summer vaca- tion is somewhat different this time around. I know that I will even- tually have to get a job and move on with my life, but for this summer at least I plan on just enjoy- ing myself. Of course, I will have to move back home, but I don't mind because it's free I have always wanted to go to Scotland, and post graduation seems to be the perfect time. Jad B. Saxton and I will have plenty of time to relax in a care- free state. 1 can sleep as long as I like and create my own schedule, which will definitely include reruns of Low and Order and ER. I feel that I des...

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

I ,''Wk*y 6 March 2, 2005 1 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Feb.22 Softball at SE Oklahoma St., 2-1 (FT) & 4-9 (I) Top Lady Rams at the Plate Vanessa Urteaga - l-for-3, game-winning RBI in game one Marie Stone - 3-for-4, 1 RBI, 1 run in game two Top Lady Ram in the Circle Marie Stone - CG, 1 ER, 5 hits, 7 K's in game one Stories of the Doubledip The Lady Rams win pitcher's duel in the first of two behind the arm of Marie Stone. Rachel Hampton reached on a double and scored on an error in the sixth. Brooke McNabb then reached on an error and scored the game-win- ning run on Vanessa Urteaga's single. Amanda Milam hit her fourth homer of the year in the second game loss. Feb. 23 Baseball vs. Henderson St. Games Canceled Feb.24 Men's Basketball vs. TAMIU, 81-76 (WO Top Ram Scorers Tommy Johnson - 26 pts., 13 rebs., 6 assts., 3 stls. Ben Hunt - 17 pts., 5 rebs., 6 assts. Top 'Devil Scorer Kyle Edwards - 16 pts., 21 rebs. Story of the Game After falling behind early 17-9 due to Kyle ...

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

I The Rambler Sports March 2, 2005 7 Finding Nino: Globetrotting forward shows ink, love for family, basketball MEN'S BASKEI BAI.L Phil McNeary CAMPUS UFE EDITOR Basketball practice lasts for a couple of hours, and for some, it's off to the whirlpool or to get treatment on a nag- ging injury. For Nino Etienne, it's off to where he can truly relax and be free: by himself. Etienne, a sophomore forward for the Wesleyan men's basketball team, is a team player and fits in nicely with the rest of the guys on the court. A transfer student from Baylor University by way of Korea, he's no stranger to foreign places and wicked stares. You see, Etienne doesn't exactly fit the "good ol' American boy" mold. Want to know more about the mystery, the man, the myth? Nino Etienne: access granted. Q: You played ball at a military school. What was that all about? A: My father is in the military, and we got stationed over in Korea. After high school, I went to West Point Prep School and \Vas going to go ...

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

Entertainment The Rambler 8 March 2, 2005 I "Outside the Box" Thad Burnt breabi barrier! in lenior show Colleen Burnie STAFF WRITER Senior art major Thad Burns is stepping beyond the boundaries of a typical art show in his bachelor of fine arts project, Hidden Treasures of the Mysterious Family Curators. The entire project, which will engulf a room at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, is made completely out of papi- er-mache. Burns is in his fifth and final year at Wesleyan and has participated in sever- al art shows. One of the most recent, Art in the Metroplex, showcased Burn's piece, Space Conn- ections. The show featured local up-and- coming artists, and Burns said being a part of it was a "big deal." Along with all of his classes, Thad was also a part of the Art Mob, a Wesleyan art interest group, and served the art department by providing much of the art that was used in adver- tisement, including art night fliers and ads sent to potential students. "My art has a fun, invi...

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

TEXAS W E A N\ jj\N I V E R S I T Y The The students' voice since 1917 March 9, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 7 ' tin :30 Irian :ine A t .ennon le last . The ambo spring at the which y 7 at 7:30 Martin public. News Briefs Race for the Cure Students interested in helping find a cure for breast cancer can partici- pate in the Race for the Cure marathon at 8 a.m. on April 2 in downtown Fort Worth. Students can sign up to race at the Web site www.komentarrant.org and click on "Join a Team." For more informa- tion, contact Dr. Libby Gilmore at Igilmore @txwes.edu. Psi Chi deadline The national I honor society for psychology, Psi Chi, is currently accepting applications for new mem- bers. To qualify for mem- bership, applicants must be a psychology major or minor, have completed three semesters of course work, at least nine hours of psychology classes, have a 3.0 GPA in psy- chology classes and a 3.0 overall. Applications are due by March 10. For more information or an applica- tion...

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

!$. \" ■«;;/ rfci > 5:;i V v■ ■ '• i March 9,2005 - ' V.V.- ■ -S- I The Rambler Wesleyan law school hosts free program Texas Wesleyan Uni- vesity School of Law hosted its first People's Law School on March 5. Community members were invited to learn general information about various parts of the law 4t free classes held through- out the morning. The school partnered with the Tarrant County Bar Association to bring the program to Fort Worth residents after its proven success in other cities such as Austin. Wesleyan provided the physical location for the event, as well as student and faculty assistance. Two of the school's assistant deans were on the planning committee, which helped organize the event and line up speakers. "Part of our mission is not only the betterment of the legal community, but the community as a whole," said Kathy Chapman, assistant dean of career services at the law school. Various judges and lawyers from the community volunteered to teach classes on topics lik...

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

The Rambler Opinions March 9, 2005 3 fit I at fe- Ihe ;s- ent vel ial Irse [rd- iu- ses hies loot [hat por- at llle- Ath ever dis- herit sci-; Mler, and |)VOSt dis- said Itruc- jhed- Iction rate be Icerns lit in food kdent- lings. dated smes- <et to hgs on leaned jrk on them make f of the lot just ft," she "We mind it, just ■ties on going jpens," | up and • spring bned to, jder." Bj ft- t m Campus Comments What do you want to see the school change before you graduate? Jack Brandon senior management information systems "I would like to see the third floor of the administration building pull their act together, and one side of the hall never say 'its across the hall' to a student." Eric Owens senior biochemistry "I would like to see better food and more campus activities, but since there are really no facilities, it's kind of hard to think of any. Oh, whatever happened to the honors program?" Rosie McCormick freshman psychology "More organizations probably because there is nothing ...

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