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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1994

■W ' K:'" ago., a look back. See Page 3 homecoming 1994 St't Page 4 ... ' ■ Bubbles Bum in the fountain last week after pranksters tilled, 11 *,,hLZ OCT - 5 1994 ubrary Texas Wesley an University Fort Worth, rexas October 5, 1994 By I ransisi u M. (Jiuintanar 1'hc Rambler Working I'ull-tinu; and going I () school is a "superman" ia.sk, hut what if you're from a poor little Mexi- ( an town;' (!oming'to die "l-'UKl of opportunity" is a way t<> make 1 something ol yoursell of your life/ Flisco, also known as Fllie, anche/, .SO, a lood server in >ora Roberts Dining Mali,.grew up in a little town ol Xaca fecas in Mexico with seven brothers and five sisters. At the age of 11), he entered a singing contest and was chosen out ol nine other boys as the winner. It. was here that a priest-named l ather Carlos Alvarez, director of Boys Town ol Monterey, saw that Sanchez had talent and invited him to Bieccu t><>.skey/The Ramhier El lie Sanchez, has been work- ing at Dora's Dini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1994

Grey Barnes, Managing Editor Rebekah Britton, Layout & Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press,Texas Irifercollegiate Press Association Letters to the editor Dear Editor, When 1 opened the Southwest- ern Bell telephone Directory to the map section a few days ago, I was surprised to find that they still had this place listed as "Texas Wesleyan College." Ear- lier this summer, I found the same error in the Greater West- ern Directory. When I found the mistake, I immediately called • Wesleyan's News and Informa- tion and found that the depart- ment was unaware of the prob- lem and this one cannot be blamed on the neighborhood. I graduated from Paschal High School in Fort Worth. In a cer- tain class where we never had much to do, we discussed col- leges each time one of us was accepted to one. When 1 an- nounced that I was accepted at Wesleyan, everyone asked me how far away that was. In fact during my senior year, not one person in any of my six honors classes had e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1994

ft I las :th >nc tys in- :ri- ith tu- lip ire 7- lan |m id 11 ■ im U D y r=}. . Hy Michelle Wallace The Rambler What was Texan Wesleyan like 20 years ago? Well, for one, Texas Wesleyan University was Texas Wesleyan College. The decision for the change in name was made by trustees of the school. "They did it to bet- ter describe what the school had become. College traditionally is strictly an undergraduate edu- cational pursuit and by 1988, we had the masters of health sci- ence," said Quentin McGown, di- rector of alumni and constitu- ency relations. According to McGown, trustees were looking toward the future growth of the school and antici- pated developing programs such as master of business adminis- tration. Susie Canafax received her bachelor of science in physical education from Wesleyan in 1974. She said her experience as a student years ago was positive. Canafax was very active on campus; involved in basketball, cofrball and a member of AUTISS. According to Canafax, AUTIS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 1994

sa « wins golf tourney By Lydia Martin The Rambler • Texas Wesleyan's Men.'s Golf Team placed 11th out of 24 teams in the Falcon Invitational in Colorado Springs Sept. 15-18. The United States Air Force Academy sponsored the tourna- ment. Coach Bobby Cornett took five out of his 10 players to the tournament. In 1990, Wesleyan's team came in second place in this prestigious tournament. This year junior transfer Rob Lang and junior Jamie Drysdale tied for the 28th spot and Steve Calko placed 49th out of 120 players. Geffory Nchacher was injured on the first tee of the last day and the team had to play without him. They defeated top ranked teams such as Penn State, Vanderbilt, Baylor, Notre Dame, Colorado,Wyoming and San Di- ego State. Most of the golf team is not from Texas. Actually, most of the team is not from the United States. Seven out of 10 members are foreign students. The team roster is as follows: Jamie Drysdale, Windsor, Ontario; Bobby Dunn, Fort Worth; Ryan Farrow, Canada;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

licks See Page 6 A f^Ni J L Cad: Aaron Hoard, William I nlridl. Cole Spitev, Kevin Skipper. Shelly Pruitl and April Brown Desire, playing this week See Page 3 i October 19, 1994 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Damages total $58 million By Greg Barnes I In; Uaiubk-f £vhir. r I i.lty-eight recent law school' graduates sited the Wesleyan ' Law School early last week in an effort to change their graduation to Aug. 20, hi collect a total of $5M million. The SI million per-student lawsuit was tiled last week in the 95th Hist t ic i ( ourt in I )allas in an effort to change their degrees from a non-accredited law school to an accredited one. The Wesleyan Law School gained temporary accreditation Irom the American Bar .Associa- tion (ABA) in early August. In July, former student Donald 11. Brant jr..Tiled an injunction against the Irving campus and a similar suit for damages he says amounts to "hundreds of thou- sands of. dollars," according to The fort Worth Star-Telegram . A D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

Greg Barnes, Managing Editor [wimm <v- kebekuh Britton, Layout & Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association God is not only found at Willson Lectures 'Editor's Note: This editorial was written the week of the Willson Lectures. This weeks test consisted of attending the first day of the Willson lectures. This was the first lecture in this series I had ever attended. As a native Georgian, it was nice to hear someone talk in the dialect that 1 was raised upon. But outside ot this gentlemen's accent....1 was not entertained or enlightened. .When lie began speaking, I thought he was a deep water Southern Baptist preacher. You know the kind...the one who preached a sermon at your grandmothers funeral. As 1 listened to him speak, 1 kept waiting tor someone to go down and get saved..certain that several choruses of "Just As 1 Am" would he heard as the an- them. But much to my dismay, that did not happen. 1 wish it would have, for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

ex as wesleyan University I 1 Security on campus Students say they feel secure By Brecca' Croskey I'he Kambter Motorcycles zooming by and sporty white cars with bright lights gliding slowly by. These are the sights and sounds of the Texas Wesleyan Campus Security. There is a friendly wave of safeness that passes through you when you know someone is look- ing out for your safety, and ac- cording to campus security chief C.E. McCorkle, this is the top priority. Said McCorkle, "The safety and security of every stu- dent, faculty, and staff is my first concern." The campus security team includes McCorkle, chief of se- curity; Capt. Arnold Holmes, of- ficer in second command, and I 1 other officers. Dean Loralee Pohl is Director of Student Life, under which the security depart- ment falls. On an average day officers come in and go directly to their "posts." This is the assigned place of the officer. For some, like officer Frances Blake, the post is one specific spot, for others the post ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

If r- it- ■ I I I By Debbie Reinhardt Special to The Rambler She was affectionately known as "Ann." In her day, you could tell she was beautiiful. She made an impact on the campus when she was gone, but an even greater one while she was still here. "Ann" was' a building. A building some students, faculty and staff at Wesleyan don't remember. Next time you're walking across the mall toward the science build- ing, look at the symmetries. The fountain is strategically placed with the lamp post and the two evergreens. All were placed at that particular spot for a reason. If you stand at the fountain and face east, you would be standing at the front door of what was the grand old lady herself — Ann Waggoner Hall. In 1891 Texas Wesleyan was known as Polytechnic College and Ann Waggoner Hall, known at that time as The Young Ladies Home, was the heart of the campus. "Ann" served, in the early days, as a library, administration offices, classrooms, dining hall and a resi- dence hall lor fema...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

eyan IY r. |i ' By.Michelle Wallace The Rambler The 80s and early 90s were Ian eventful time at Wesleyan. The appearance of the: campus was taking oira new look with new buildings constructed and renovations made. The construction of the HroWn-Lupton Campus Center was made possible through the Brown-Lupton, Amon G. Carter and J.E. and L.Li. Mabee Founda* lions. Wesleyan also saw the de- struction and removal of Ann Waggoner. "It was an old, old building and of course the longer you stay, the more attached you become to what is on the cam- pus," said Buddy Carter, direc- tor ol institutional research. Carter, who has been at Wesleyan for 25 years, says that the decision to remove Ann Waggoner was made by former president, Dr. Jerry Bawcom and the Board ot Trustees. "I'm sure it was tough for Or. Bawcom and the board to make the decision to bulldoze and haul it off because it had been a part of our heritage for so long." 'said ('arter. Renovation of the Oneal- Sells Administration Bui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 October 1994

• 1 US % f M: I sir* ;/ r if jli- j M r XI «SJ l*sl *h M m • ■ 1/ i' M f i Tk L Clicks K f Tuesday, Oct 25-9 pjn. & In front of the West Libraiy Pep Rally and Chili Cookoff Thursday, Oct 27-10:50 am Sid W. Richardson Gym Parade to Sycamore Park Saturday, Oct 29-Noon Rosedale Saturday, Oct 29-1230 pm Sycamore Paric ve Sycamore Park // Your student fees at work. rr Top: Biology students pre- pare/or an academic experi- ence in the wild. Below Left: Biology stu- dents checking out nature specimen. Below Right: Chris Masingil (middle). alumni's Scott Strittmatter ('90) and Derek Hopkins {VI) take a break at Mama's Pizza after the Air Band Jam. M Hmv;v'V1u' Rambler %r iM XI XI Xi A* tl :%1 W' w IM w 'W iM s' 'M •M ■M m "J**. : li Greg Bamcs/lho Ramblei f Greg Barnes/The Rambler Left to Right: Monica Pale, Selinda Passmore, Kelly Richter, Cecilia Mat us and S ha una Kenworthy socialize at Mama's Pizza after the Air Band Jam. ? f M .-.'■iV. * i;C r CD Parade ' cm Spirit Contest SqR Iyp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

LIBRARY October 26, 1994 rexas Wesleyan Universit' Fort Worth, Texas Student robbed at gunpoint; car stolen K\ I 1 i/abeth I . l.arnb An unidentified female Texas Wesleyan University senior was robbed at gunpoint on Avenue 1), north 61 Dan Waggoner Hall on On. 14 at 1:20 p.m. In addition to the robbery, a vehicle was also stolen Irom the fenced parking lot on AvenUe (. be- tween i he hours ol I: ■$() and 2:45 p.m. on that same day. I he robbery happened while the student was walking west on Avenue I*, l.oralee l'ohl, dean ol students, would not reveal the woman's identity without her permission. According to the police report, a male approximately 18 to 25 years ol age came up behind the student and put a gun to her bac k. She w;as asked for her purse and the student com- plied. I he assailant jumped into the tnu k seat ol a'car that was traveling east on .Avenue 1) and then turned leit on Wesleyan 1 )rive. Ihe student screamed and nearby students got the license plate number ol the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

Tup Rambler Deidra Bihari, Editor Greg Barnes, Managing Editor * >,* "Ti Opinions Lori Rentfrow, Advertising Manager " % ■■ Rebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association (D( 5PAmo Prize winning floats: a "tradition" at Wesleyan Sean Wilson/The Rambler Correction: In the editorial by Sherrye Franklin titled "God is not only found at Willson Lectures" in the Oct. 19 issue, sen- tences should have read: Rabbits and children running in cir- cles..I think it is that sort of thing that makes God smile. I don't think "he" is concerned with hymns, or pews or preachers. (Sherrye Franklin is a senior who was assigned to attend the Willson lectures.) Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, In your Ocl 5 issue you had an article about the plight of a young man named Eliseo Sanchez. After reading the article. 1 felt that what is happening to' Eliseo is a terrible injustice. This man came to this country to better himsel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

Lbout [hool )lors and dif- lout fpir- tical the re re I was ture |m- be sed ir- lot the t't i e 1 ill 1 I ■W ■ I ■ tj exas Wesley an University a ampage on Bnsedale Friday, October 28 3 p.m. Scholarship Donor Reception An opportyunity for scholarship donors to meet student [recipients Eunice and James L. West Library 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Welcome Reception lor 1 Parents of Current Students \rinstrong-Mabee Business Center 6:30 p.m. Young Alumni Gathering Abernathy's Sports Grill 024 Merida Avenue S p.m. Wesleyan Singers Concert With the Fort Worth Men's Chorus, followed by a reception or the Key Society vt. Stephen • Presbyterian Church 2600 Merida Avenue 9 p.m. Residence Hall Social Brothers and sisters of current students are invited to spend he night in the dorms. Saturday, October 29 Saturday -- Continued 8:30 a.m. Registration Lobby Brown-Luptort Campus Center 9 a.m.- 11a.m. Coffee With President Schrum Visit informally with the President Vice presidents, and Deans, and discover ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

my.: Detailed sL % o rteftaMMM CCassifiedflds Map, from 1'nge 1 A. Area where student was robbed at gunpoint. B. Area where Miko's car was stolen from the parking lot between 1:30 and 2:25 p.m. University Map Gfv'j! BAnK?a/Ilk> RamMcf What all the ghouls and hoys are wearing |l:i ansisca M. Quintanar ! In' If.lMlhlui A lull moon is out and i here's a c hill in the air. It's the perfect atmosphere to have a h.mining time at a fright feast— ihe perfect time to meet the de- mon of your nightmares, but there's one slight problem. What \ a ghoul to wear.' I ach \ ear during this time people are getting ready for I la 1 - loween parlies, haunted houses, st aring the trick or treaters, or M \ ing to get away with trick or treating for one more year them- selves. Some 1 falloweensters plan months in advance what to wear lor Halloween, while others put it off until the last minute. Amber Kelly, sophomore, >aid she doesn't know what she's wearing yet."We procrastinators laven't gotten t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

Young Alumni celebrate successful year ar a jdy Cey By Kim Laster The Rambler It all began at Mama's Pizza when recent graduates gathered together, reminiscing about the past, discu&sing future plans and forming a new organization at Wesleyan. The Young Alumni started last year with the combined ef- forts of recent graduates. A large part of the credit for this new organization is given to Llyse McVeigh who has been an alumna since 1990. "1 like the Young Alumni As- sociation. I sort of molded it. I 've made a lot of new friends,"- said McVeigh. Thier first meeting, a social event, was held at Abernathy's Bar and Grill near TCU. David Shaw, owner of the restaurant, is an alumnus and Ann Diakis is the manager who is an alumna also. "There were about 100 alumni at this event. It's always exciting to see something work for the first time and it's nice to have an alumni party in TCU's backyard," said Quinton McGown, director of alumni and constituency. "Lilyse is receiving the Alumn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 October 1994

Bfei ■ " - II Ite; K'' 1? i 1 M 1 ' I J.' ^ Your Student Government Association presents: EVENTS ■it s s * r ,? Saturday, Oct 29-Noon Rosedale Baseball Game Satuiday, Oct 2W pm wv < $ v jflt % . C i)k* • 1 , Nrm I "Your student fees at work. // rou can drive to school... t But take a Subway home! 10% off all regular sandwiches with student I.D. &UBUJAV? Oi'en Sunday throien Thursday 9:00 a.m. ro 11:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight 4125 E. Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX (SI7) 535-3777 Italian Inn RESTAURANT thi ohioinal BB5BB Serving Ft. Worth for 41 years R omance m dventure IK 3132 E. Lancaster Avenue 535-9117 DOUBLE SACK LUNCH u $2.99 WITH CHEESE-$3.09 DOUBLE GIANT HAMBURGER LARGE FRIES LARGE DRINK >ann\v\\w\ * MATIONWI01 SVSTCM 4224 E. LANCASTER 534-8222 PHONE ORDERS WELCOMc ii t:l ■■ si r 1 mfi I; M ... .

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1994

The winning chili recipe See Page 2 ' omecoming Clicks L^J Tb« Gmuu Phi Beta during last Salurd«)!t hunircvniing pa rude. See Page 3 - 2 1994 November 2, 1994 Texas Wesley an University Fort Worth, Texas m KVi".. Environmental artist visits Hy 1 li/.atu'ih I. l amb I1).- K.i:i.l)l<:l ' . ■ Willy Wilmoth's artwork has a message: "Living: how life works, how the earth works and probably the whole universe. Tin- universe is made up liny •little atoms with a positive and a.negative. Its that struggle be- tween that positive and that negative that makes us grow; that m,ikes us learn; that makes us exist Wihnoth, an environmental sculptor, spent last, week on cam- pus talking lo art students at the request of Mary Apple, professer of art. A sculptor lot, more than 40 years, YVilmoth said carving is not something he was taught; he was born with it. His artwork is representative of the world where lie lived and still lives. Born and raised in a rural area of Virginia, Wilmoth was surroun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1994

Deidra Bihari, Editor Greg Barnes, Managing Editor Opinions I Campus Lori Rentfrow, Advertising Manager Kebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association § . B! Dear Editor, I was terribly disappointed by the reviews of "A Streetcar Named Desire** published last week in your paper, The opinions expressed by the authors of the reviews seemed to stem from « com- plete lack of knowledge of the plays of Tennessee Williams. I would like to clarify a lew of these misconceptions. First pf all, the underscoring (hat (to quote Angel Shipione "played for bo apparent reason." was scripted by Williams. Someone familiar with the writings of Williams would know that most of his work is underscored. In this particular instance, the music serves a* a portal that leads the audience into the fantasy world Blanche has created and desperately clings to in order to s i v i v e ' . . Secondly, Greg Barnes truly exhibits his knowle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1994

tra- tnal |on- [her luck |Go ting I the ind Intc [ice ol to It is in of is he le ire :h ie ie is in >r omecoming '94 in pictures l iicj Qwmniw Kwnhk'i Alpha Psi Omega, dramitic Fraternity, wins f loat contest. Alpha XI Delta combine Homecom- ing and Mardi Gras. Officer Jim and a small friend show Ram pride; C«H2jj tttfttcVTifc' Kumhki Right: President Jake Shrni 11 and 1 )ean I .oralee Poll I pose with her dog, C leorge. Below: Mayor and Wesleyan Alumna, Kay Granger, speaks at Brick dedication. (live H.iuicx/I lie Kaiublct Polytechnic 11ij^li School ROTC inarch in the Homecoming parade. The Royal couple: Cristeiia Carrizale-s and Chris Massingill. Cheerleaders' float needs a push. lifcj? Uiuucs/'llie Kamhlcr A -v'-' • - Ann Marie Sherer and Brian Trummel hug at the dance. (iivy Barnes/1 he Kainhler (ireg Banieyl ne Kainhler (tree Dames/1 lie Rambler FOR SALE 1 year old Weiqer Stepmaster 9 with computerized calorie counter-$150. If interested, call Bobby Mills at 467-2794 EMPLOYME...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 November 1994

I m ■ at almost wasn Rams edge the Tigers 7-6 By Hrecca' Croskey The Kamblei The sun beamed down on the newly sprayed field. Each path between the bases was so crisp that it looked like a puzzle pattern. The pitcher's mound stood higher than the bases and made the field look like a royal court. Cassie ITlis, a music major here at Wesleyan, sang the Na- tional Anthem, and her voice rang through the air like a rich sounding bell. One of the baseball players stood with,his left hand leaning on a baseball bat, his right foot crossed behind his left. His cap was held over his heart, his head hanging in glorious honor and respect for the American flag. A sweet feeling of patriotism' filled the air, and the roaring of the crowd after this started the homecoming game of the year ...that almost wasn't. President Jake Schrum stood on the pitcher's mound. His Base- team psychs up tor game crisp white shirt reflecting the sun. And with ball in hand he yelled, "1 hope 1 can pitch as well as she ...

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