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

< 4 March 9, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler ! [golor B lind Wesleyan students cross the threshold of race relations Patrick Johnson - ~§TaFF writer Yesterday's race relations have formed so ugly a protrusion that it's easy to tell, even by 2005, we've made great strides toward racial harmony. Today a white woman can accept the love of a black man without sentencing him to death. Intolerance of mixed-race relationships, especially violent intolerance, is a thing of the past. Or is it? At Wesleyan the survey says, "yes." "I don't see anything wrong with interracial dating because love is so strong that race doesn't matter," said Jesus Rico, a sophomore business finance major, on an informal survey conducted for this article that solicited the opin- ions of more than 30 Wesleyan students and staff. The results were almost unanimous. Out of 35 respondents, only one stu- dent, a Hispanic male, indicated that he had a problem with interracial dating. However, the same individual also ind...

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

W. >r The Rambler Campus L ife March 9, 2005 5 Foreign yet domesticated International students thrive despite language, religious barriers Tech tip : Stacey Wirtjes STAFF WRITER Most Texas Wesleyan students don't know what it's like to live and go to school thousands, or tens of thousands, of miles away from home, only speaking with your family every couple of weeks, or even months. Some of Wesleyan's international students find comfort in university efforts to ease adjustment, but others still find it difficult to adapt to American life and being so far from home. The International Club strives to make life easier for for- eign students, and several international students on campus are grateful for its presence. "Texas Wesleyan University is-trying its best to take care of its interna- tional students by giving us the international advis- ers, and we have the inter- national student club, which is like a big nuclear family. I love it, and it is a blessing to have a group of Sort...

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

6 March 9,2005 Sports Briefs March 4 Men's Basketball Junior Brad Schilder became a member of the Wesleyan 1,000-point club with a layup halfway through the first half of the men's semifinal matchup with Langston. Women's Basketball Junior Shawndrika Courtney became the 10th member of the 1,000- point club with her 12- point effort in her team's semifinal contest .versus Langston. March 5 Baseball^, vs. Huston-Tillotson, 14-4 (00 & 8-11 (L) Top Rams at the Plate Jason Vaughn 4 3-for-6, 3 RBI, 2 runs on the day Mark Smaj stria - 4-for-6, 3 runs on the day Top Rams on the Mound Jayson Rachuig - 5.0 innings pitched, 2 ER, 5 hits, 1 K, 1 BB in game one Top HTC Ram % Ryan Chapman - 3-for-7, 2 RBI, 2 runs on the day Stories of the Doubledip The Rams open RRAC play with a split after utilizing the 10-run mercy rule in the first game. Travis Clifford hit a three-run shot in the sixth. In game two, HTC racked up seven runs on starter David Hinson after three quality innings and Wesleyan'...

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

The Rambler Shorts March 9, 2005 7 sy ler Ik- ley |nd [he lal .■ ■ in of Ito- |ro- ia- 12, her |om- last fitive learn I men and len's near :>mes |goals lake )inko stu- |ing in last scond Je the help- ly. He Isleyan |mpus" coor- Poor shooting results in early tournament exit Ml VS BASKETBALL Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER Just a day after advancing past the Lions of Southwestern Assemblies of God on March 3, the Rams were eliminated from the confer- ence tournament by the Lions of Langston University. "The Southwestern game was a hard fought game, but all tournament games are," said coach Terry Waldrop. In first contest, the Rams went toe to toe versus one of Wesleyan's former players, Jacob Holmes, and his 13-20 Lions. The Lions struck first with a 10-4 run to begin the game. The Rams came out slow but with a jumper by junior guard Ben Hunt, they took an 11-10 lead. The Lions would keep fighting, and the Rams could never gain control of what turned out to be a tough game. In the se...

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

w-" v{t ,S4*/,s1 , ^%$f«phi ** *•••*•<* * w^-HV-v : I 8 March 9, 2004 (..- .jit>* IMMN Entertainment What I Did For Love Krystal Vaughn presents two contrasting sides of vocal talent in senior recital The Rambler Jad B. Saxton ESTER TAINMENT EDITOR What I Did For Love, a senior recital performed by Krystal Vaughn, opens for one night only at 7:30 p.m. on March 11 in Nicholas Martin Hall ... a long time coming for this vocal performance/English major who has been performing since she was 3 years-old. Vaughn said she believes the repertoire in What I Did For Love will show her love of music and performing as well as her versatil- ity. The recital ranges from the music of the German composer Strauss to the flirtations musical theater number by Tessori entitled Girl in I4G. "I wanted to take two different aspects of my musical talent, musical theater and clas- sical, and combine them to show the range of my ability," said Vaughn. "I really enjoy the music I'm performing. They're a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

fs: (c. >1 The The students' voice since 1917 March 30, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 8 ley jly led le- re |r," | do is It tale lib- arid eo- lany lend ping on |ncl- the vere 11 of tion ious lphs ;eth- a Vie- were to yhite vhen ing bec- was p-up >ook jught iree- have she News Briefs April Fools' Look for The Lambler, a special April Fools' edi- tion of The Rambler, inside. Table tennis The Texas Wesleyan table tennis team will compete in and host the National Collegiate Table Tennis Championship April 1-3 in the Sid W. Richardson Center. Ad- mission is $5 per day or $10 for the tournament. University Day University Day will be held from 9:25 a.m. to 7 p.m. on April 5. There will be events all day in the Carter Conference Room and in the Orientation Room in the Eunice and James L. West Library. The presentations will be made primarily by stu- dents of projects and/or research that they have done in collaboration with a faculty member. The schools/programs represented incl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

2 March 30, 2005 f13) «:,>y Campus Life The Rambler Wesleyan students and staff bring children to campus for Easter egg hunt mm2 Photo by Whitney Fowler D'Karian Bailey, 4-year-old cousin of Texas Wesleyan junior education major Allison Enrriques, hunts for eggs during a March 22 event that drew about 60 Wesleyan students, faculty, staff and kids. Photo by Whitney Fowler Patrick Johnson, a sophomore kinesiology major, shares the story of Easter with about 30 children to kick off the March 22 Easter event. Student Life held an Easter egg hunt and provided free food, bal- loons and games for the children in the Wesleyan community. The Brotherhood Lambda Theta Phi promotes education, unity at Wesleyan and in local Hispanic community Alejandra Morado ADVERTISING MANAGER Although technically a social fraternity, Lambda Theta Phi holds service at the top of its list of priorities - together, of course, with brotherhood. Lambda Theta Phi was established in 1975. The fraternity was born ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

This special fiction edition of 77ie Rambler is printed In honor of April Fools' Day. Texas Wesleyan University The Lambler The students' voice since 1917 April Fools' Day, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 8 IWs ; Red 7 p.m. I Fort Textkoofc participates company ?s in cJr Das Priest STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan's book- store representatives con- firmed last week that their textbooks are overpriced. In the face of the public outcry following The Lambler's March 9 story on students who were forced to sell their own organs to cover the costs of new edition text- books, manager Attila Langley spoke to us on the issue. "I don't care what they threaten me with this time," Attila said, in reference to "The Organization" - the secret entity that owns most of the campus bookstores in the Northern Hemisphere. "Selling these astronomi- cally-priced books day in and day out - and acting like nothing is wrong - has caused my conscience to can- nibalize my livelihood." Langley said. "I've seen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

F ' K i ' IV - ?V ■ • ,i, . Sfljf wi '# ***■ <* *> rV" #V. April Fools' Day, 2005 The Lambler Busted! Freeman stripped of homecoming crown for ballot stuffing Philler Upshaw CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR Fresh off of her homecoming queen victory, Senior psychology major Spacey Freeman was stripped of her crown March 9. Rumors of Freeman's participation in "ballot stuffing" sparked atampus-wide investigation. "We felt that with so many rumors swirling around this issue and because of the nature of its sensitivity, it was the right thing to do," said Darren Whaley, director of Student Life and head of the homecoming committee. Freeman was considered the front-runner for the crown with freshman elementary education major Alma Enrriques closely behind at the No. 2 spot. The race didn't kick in to high gear until the day of the big game when Freeman was spotted carrying a black attache' case in back of the Sid E. Photo by Woodward N. Bernstein Spacey Freeman weeps during a barrage of ques- ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

April Fools' Day, 2005 Sports The Lambler J rant r Elm lliacl Sports Briefs April 1 RRAC Volleyball HBU middle blocker Nicki Eastertwerp was recently admitted to a san- itarium for severe post- traumatic stress disorder stemming from beatings she received on the court in crucial conference matchups in mid- November. Her team lost horribly 3-1 and 3-0 dur- ing that week of play. RRAC Men's Soccer Northwood midfielder Cristy Cococrespo was dismissed from the men's soccer team for having too many lines shaved into his hair. He had apparently lost the support of his teammates after receiving a red card in a semifinal matchup of the conference tournament and subse- quently missing the cham- pionship game, which his team lost without its cap- tain. Texas Wesleyan Chess Several members of the newly-instituted Wesleyan chess team were recently tested for per- formance-enhancing drugs per the freshly established anti-doping policy. While only one member tested positive for steroids, six othe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

4 April Fool's Day 2005 Entertainment The Lambler INFAMOUS 'MUSIC MOB' BROUGHT TO JUSTICE Colleen McBurnieMac ' STAFF WRITER The entire music faculty and staff are awaiting trial in the Fort Worth jail this week on more than 300 counts of fraud and music laundering. The faculty and staff are suspected of being involved in the infamous "music mob" that has been wreaking havoc on the Wesleyan campus and the Fort Worth community. Bail for each suspect is set at $45,000, and the prelimi- nary hearings are to be held in early April. The group as a whole is expected to be put away for quite a long time. "We never would have suspected them of such a thing," said one music student who preferred to keep her identity a secret. "But now all of the pieces are coming together." All of the music classes are canceled indefinite- ly, until an entirely new group of pro- fessors can be found and the uni- versity can find someone to run the office. The stu- dents, while dis- heartened by the scandal, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

>1 i s The Rambler - Sports March 30, 2005 7 Sports Briefs March 7 Men's Basketball Senior forward Tommy Johnson and junior guard Ben Hunt garnered first- team all-RRAC selections. Johnson was also named co-newcomer and co-player of the year. Women's Basketball Senior forward Kashae Townsend and sophomore forward Stacy Brown earned first-team all- RRAC honors. Senior guard Shay la Coleman al^o earned sec- nnrl.tAam tinrlhrc * * ond-team honors. March 1^L„J Baseball Junior first baseman Travis ClifftJrdX earned RRAC co-pjayer iof the week honors by going 7- for-10 with eight RBI and six runs on the week. Softball Sophomore utility play- er Rachel Hampton earned RRAC co-player of the week honor# by going 6- for-13 with 11 RBI, six runs and eTgKt waflcl on the week. Golf at The Territory Classic, tied for fifth, 36 holes Top Ram of the Toiirney Dan Hahn - 72-72=144, tied for fifth Story of thh The Rams shoot a final round 304 at^The Territory Golf Club in Durant, Okla., to finish fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 March 2005

The Ramble 8 March 30, ?005 1 : m\:4 Photo courtesy of wwwjhegame aftermathmitsic.com The Documentary. quick fix for rap junkies REVIEW Since the death of thug guru Tupac Shakur and the demise of Death Row records, Coast been on the hunt soldier s back to Phil McNeary With Dr. Dre jumping ship and making his way to the east to mold and shape Eminem, California has been forced to rock to the swift beats of artists such as G-Unit, Fat Joe, Jada Kiss and T.I. to name a few. 2005 witnessed the birth of The Game. Hailing from Compton California, The Game is destined to bring gangster rap back to the west with The Documentary. The album's third track Dreams finds the storyteller paying homage to several influential black artists that have lost their life. With production by Grammy award winner Kanye West, the track scores high marks with almost flawless con- tent. Hate it Or Love It, the next track is a straight up head banger. Featuring bul- let proof rapper 50 Cent, the track seems to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

TEXAS WESLEYAN Texas W E The Y/V I V E R S I T Y bier The students' voice since 1917 la I Id le I Ic lg y I |\v ■ a I I fori ricjp in-? |ns I las |m. 111. lent pet- lie. | so like lave Ion. April 6, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 9 News Briefs Poetry reading Aries, the literary jour- nal on campus, is hosting an open mic poetry read- ing at 12:15 p.m. on April 7 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall located in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. SGA elections Elections for the Student Government Association began April 5 and will continue from 9:25 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on April 6 in the Brown- Lupton Campus Center. Heather Nichols, a senior, is running unop- posed for president. Anna Carrillo, a sophomore, is running unopposed for vice president. Servando Esparza, a junior, is run- ning unopposed for treas- urer. Candice Curry, a sophomore, and Joanne Oport, a senior, are run- ning for secretary. Zino Egweh, a senior, and Tyler Atkinson, a freshman, are running for chief justic...

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

' ' •*'' 1 April 6, 2005 WM,ttjJUR' .tffrHMWifW m ■ *M ' ir'V** '*■ "*wfcI*f3 a"®54J ft" ^s- HftYSJP W p : s f —r <ff> ■'■'■ r -_ The Rambler Aries to host poetry celebration, reading x Nici Sandberg NEWSEDIT0R Aries, Texas Wesleyan's national literary journal, is hosting an open microphone poetry reading at 12:15 p.m. on April 7 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall inside Polytechnic United Methodist Church. The event is free and open to students, faculty, staff and the general public. This event will celebrate both Aries' 20th year of publication and National Poetry Month, according to Dr. Stacia Neeley, general editor of Aries and assistant professor of English. "Guests are invited to read original works Or published favorites in a relaxed, social environment," Neeley said. "All forms of cre- ative expression - including but not limited to poetry, flash fiction, photography, artwork, short monologues and vocals - are welcome at the mic." Neeley said it's this variety that ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

The Rambler Opinions April 6, 2005 3 - Campus Comments Professors and Staff: What is the best part of having your offices relocated to the church? Dr. Ron McManus professor of religion and psychology "I guess the best thing is that the entire department is all together again. The old gang is back together." Dr. Brenda Taylor professor of history "The window. I can see outside and have a student in my office." Dr. Beth Battles professor of English "Being on the same hall together again. We were so scattered we'd lost the sense of the department as the department." Krista Bailey administrative assistant for the humanities division 'That we're in our own space." Chad Mills MSM coordinator 'A level floor." Dr. Jeffrey DeLotto professor of English "Having an office of my own; in other words, no longer having a temporary office." if you haven't caught on, English, humanities and religion professors were relocated to the second and third floors of the ■Polytechnic United Methodist Church. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

i ■ ; 4 April 6, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler pea?&9 over It we Wesleyan students flee campus, party at local hotspots Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER College is about a lot of things, such as growing and expanding intellectu- ally and culturally through knowledge obtained in a scholastic setting ... but as we all know, there is another very important part of the college experience that helps in students' growth: the party scene. While Texas Wesleyan's on-campus social scene may be in question to some, the scene off-campus is just beginning to heat up. With the fairly recent additions of Downtown Fort Worth bars like The Library, which is located at the corner of Main and 6th streets, and Pete's Dueling Piano Bar, which is only two doors down from The Library, Sundance Square is still a major college hotspot. Both hotspots are branches of clubs founded in Texas' party mecca, Austin, before reaching north to the Metroplex. Some students shared their thoughts, but chose to remain anonym...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

Her The Rambler Iville Iter, I Ja//: 130 10 a.m. : Tyler, niphis les Religious Life April 6, 2005 5 Mission: possible Religious groups take message south for spring break Baptist Student Ministry: Champs Camp- Brownwood, Texas Whitney Fowler EDITOR-IN-CHIEF T Spring break for the Texas Wesleyan Baptist Student Ministry began with an escape to the Texas Hill Country with 30 other college students and about 130 first through sixth graders. Freshmen elementary education majors AnnMarie Williams and Sara Hale, sophomore music and English major Colleen Burnie and junior mass communication major Whitney Fowler joined the First Baptist Church of Brownwood (Texas) for a week's worth of chil- dren's ministry at Champs Camp, a week-long day camp teaching kids a variety of sports and sharing the gospel mes- sage. "The experi- ence was even bet- ter than I expect- ed," said Williams, who led a group of 10 first and second graders. "To me, the biggest sur- prise was seeing the willingness of a g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

A ' .r-': 6 April 6,2004 Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "Table tennis is the ulti- mate reflex sport. With the ball traveling up 100 mph, you basically have to be on your toes to get the ball back on the table." - Courtney Roberts of Wesleyan table tennis in de fense of his sport after hearing about a group of bas- ketball players mocking the players at the NCTTA Championships on April 1-3. Picture That! 10 - Photo by I vet Valencia No one does it better- Mark Smajstrla and the Texas Wesleyan Rams are at the top of the conference in team hitting with a .352 batting average. RRAC Honors Vander Hey- The Red River Athletic Conference named Wesleyan's Josh Vander Hey, a freshman centerfielder, co-player of the week. The Cypress Texas native hit in all five of contests last week in the Rams' 19-9 sweeps over two opponents. He finished the week with 10 hits out of 16 at- bats, hitting .625 with 10 RBI and seven runs scored. Ladv Rams give Texas College the brOOni- The Lady Rams came from behi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

.-*> •> The Rambler Sports April 6, 2004 7 champions, /rom page 6 "We were fired up," said Owens. 'That was the best I think we've ever played." Roberts and Owens won the men's doubles title two years ago, but lost in 2004 when they competed with different partners. Owen's said, "This year we said we've got to play together - we've proven ourselves." Owens and Roberts' main threat was Bong-Geun, ranked No. 1 from his region. "Our whole strategy was to keep him out of the match as much as possible and try to win points off his partner, the weaker of the two," said Owens. "That was our whole strategy when we went out there and that's exactly what we did." On Saturday, Texas Wesleyan fin- ished first, second and third in the men's singles championship. "That is something that has never been done before," said coach Christian Lillieroos. "No school has had first, sec- ond and third place ever in college table tennis in any individual event." Owens captured the title for the third ...

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