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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 April 2005

VW : I* I • 8 March 6, 2005 The Rambler bemiemac ashtonkutdier Soma n-taws tobebrofcm. guess who Photo courtesy of movies.yakoo.com 'Oddities of American Culture' REVIEW Taking the man home to meet your dad is usual- ly a bad thing. Especially when on to father Christine Peirce boyfriend is of a totally different background. It's not like we are even talk- ing about inner-city guys and country bumpkin ladies. We are talking race, the color of the skin and all that race implies. In many ways, this movie is almost a social commentary on the oddi- ties and eccentricities of the American culture. We supposedly ——~ accept all, yet wc don't accept all 70 s Show, Punk'd and Just Married) plays Simon Green as he continues to expand his list of movie credentials and talents. Kutcher plays a young man taking over the eco- nomic empire, talented in stocks, and that alone impresses his girlfriend's father, played ,by Bemje Mac (The Bernie Mac Show, Oceans It Oceans12) more than almost any other...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

t § + • |l * V - -* -3 *1 F. '■ Texas WE The Q\/V I V E F1 S ! T Y Ik. r Gambler The students' voice since 1917 April 13,2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 10 News Briefs Special lecture Dean Lindsay, a renown local author, will be on campus to discuss the four steps to priceless business relationships and specific tips on effective networking from his new book Cracking the Networking CODE: 4 Steps to Priceless Business Relationships. He will speak at 12:15 p.m. on April 28 in the Carter Conference Room. Texas Wesleyan Spellbinders, the Toast- master's group on campus, is hosting the event. Women's symposium The GoosTree Women's Symposium, a luncheon and discussion, will take place at 12:15 p.m. on April 21 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall. The theme for this year is "Women: Wanting It All." The keynote address is from 11 a.m. to noon with speaker Amanda Lawrence in Martin Hall. The luncheon will include performances by theater major Angela Brown and poet J.G. Butts as well as a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

■Mfcl Mmii .r :$;z\,: News The Rambler University Day encourages learning Nici Sandberg NEWS EDITOR A day of learning about learning gave Wesleyan fac- ulty and students a new per- spective on what education is all about during this year's University Day on April 5. The keynote speaker for University Day was the pres- ide!^ of the University of fexas at Dallas, Dr. Franklyn Jenifer. "I thought Dr. Jenifer had some very important things to say about education in gener- al (the purpose is to learn to think) and about education at a small liberal arts institution specifically," said Dr. Beth Battles, associate professor of English. She also said that the lec- ture was especially relevant to Wesleyan. "It seems to me that his arguments about general edu- cation agree with what those of us who do not think that the GEC [General Education Curriculum] needs to be dras- tically reduced believe," she said. President Hal Jeffcoat enjoyed the lecture as well. "I thought Dr. Jenifer's speech wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

* 0 iMwMM sM -♦Ktli^* '«MU. r yW* f ' The Rambler Opinions April 13,2005 3 Campus Comments What is the highest price you are willing (not forced) to pay for gasoline? Carrie Yonovitch junior political science "You really have to pay what they charge you. You pay or you don't go anywhere." Adrien Cardenas senior political science "Nothing. Gas is expensive! $2.05, but it's still ridiculous." Valerie Mitchell junior finance "The most I'm paying right now is $2.45, but what 1 want to pay is $1.85." Sascha Sciandra senior math "Honestly, it doesn't really matter to me. I drive a car that gets 38 miles per gallon." Kim Webb professor of accounting 'I think considering what other coun- tries are paying for gas, the prices we're paying are not as bad as we think they are." According to the American Petroleum Institute's Web site, "The national average retail price (including taxes) of regular-grade gasoline on April 4 rose to a record of $2,217 per gallon. This is the third consecutive wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

4 April 13, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler on't talk to strangers. These instructions are meant to assure safety for children, but to adults, invite loneliness. The gregarious become frustrated while the shy remain safe from rejection under the wings of silence, like timid little chicks under the wing of the mother hen. At Wesleyan, this problem prompts the question, "Why are we so chicken?" "I know that meeting people is harder for some than it is for others," said Dr. Ronald Ballard, pro- fessor of religion at Wesleyan. "Some seem to never meet a stranger, and, for others, it seems that is all they ever do meet. Yet it disappoints me to ask a student halfway through the semester about the person sitting beside them, and they don't know their name." Ballard just doesn't understand it. "How do you sit next to a person for three months and not even exchange names? And even outside the classroom, there should be the routine courtesy of exchanging pleasantries and greetings between one a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

I* „ ,||||1 |l ller The Rambler Campus Life April 13,2005 >5 Aries hosts poetry reading Photo by Jillian Jones Photo bv Jillian Jones Photo by Jillian Jones About 30 people attended the open microphone poetry reading that Aries, Texas Wesley an's national literary journal, hosted on April 7. Dr. Stacia Neeley, general editor of Aries and assistant professor of English, said several poets from the community par- ticipated along with Wesleyan faculty and a few stu- dents. "We particularly enjoyed original works by area poets Naomi Simmons, Juanita Griffey and Charlie Butts," she said. "It was also wonderful to see faculty faces in the audience (Dr. Beth Battles, Dr. Jeffrey DeLotto, Dr. Linda Carroll and published novelist Cynthia Shearer, who teaches at Wesleyan part-time)." Aries will host another open microphone event from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on April 21 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. Top left: Charlie Butts, who went on a dare fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

n 6 April 13, 2004 Sports Briefs '.«T " Quick Quotes '"All the pressure was on Texas Wesleyan, which spends about $40,000 a year on its table tennis pro- gram. The Rams have a full-time coach and recruit players with scholarships. Southern Miss, like most of the 20 universities compet- ing at the championship, does not offer scholarships or have a full-time coach." - From a University of Southern Mississippi press release quoting table tennis club manager, Adel Ali after his team s loss to Wesleyan in the NCTTA Championships. Picture That! Photo courtesy of Logan Lawrence Rams are Alone at the top- At 25-10, 8-1 in conference, the Rams enjoy the solitary status of No. 1 in the North Division of the Red River Athletic Conference. The Rams have a balanced attack with two pitchers, juniors Jason Hopson (pictured above) and Shae Harrision, with better than 35 strikeouts (41 and 39 respectively), and great hitting from sophomore Billie Hicks, junior Travis Clifford and freshman Josh Vand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

c g The Rambler April 13,2004 7 Or should the control when his on to his fire and elevate converting anger into focus and tion Throwing fits is a strategic device in professional spbrts. Ever see former Lakers' teams like the Chicago coach Phil Jackson take a technical foul to Bulls and the Detroit get a reaction from his team? Maybe instead mmM -m mm likes to play against a group of fighters unified in their aim to J 0:. i«. a IrkW . ' ppoiients for stepping on the same ace with them. Such units are pride - in the jerseys on their backs and in the name printed on the front. ' §g ' mr:- ■<$ Anastom out of 10 polled said that Texas . V " • ?< PHHHkI Do you think your team did or did not play with enough attitude? What does the the Rams jersey mean to you? What does the the Rams jersey mean to you Not only are you representing yourself "There is much school history here and "We played with attitude to a certain in actions, but also your school and the every time I put it on 1 am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 April 2005

Sn'U-V A:' • I 8 April 13, 2005 The Rambler Photo courtesy of www.mariahcarey.com Mariah Carey is back and blowing up the charts REVIEW Sometimes in life we have a tendency to get away from what makes us who we really are. This was the case for pop diva Mariah Carey. After a chart- Phil McNeary of Love, Someday and the heart-wrenching I Don't Wanna Cry, the '90s queen of R&B-style pop shuffled her way through several lackluster albums and —— endured a few years of personal turmoil. the repeat button. The fourth track on the album is pure vintage Carey. Mine Again takes us back to the days when it was OK for a woman to yearn publicly for the love and affection of a man. This velvety carpet ride is covered with quality stu- dio percussions and horns that make you feel as if Carey is on stage pouring her soul out rather than being cooped up in a stu- dio. Carey does enlist a slew of hip-hop word- smiths such as Snoop Dog, Nelly and Twista, but the album's soulful R&B strut far ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

"«*** - jh* "<+*■■* TV If fc:l) Texas The R S I T Y bier The students' voice since 1917 April 20, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 11 News Briefs Women's symposium The Faye C. Goostree Women's Symposium, a luncheon and discussion, will be held at 12:15 p.m. on April 21 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall. The keynote address will be held at 11 a.m. in Nicholas Martin Hall. Special lecture Dean Lindsay, a renown local author, will speak at 12:15 p.m. on April 28 in the Carter Conference Room. Faculty on board President Hal Jeffcoat, working through the Provost, will appoint one faculty member as an ex- officio member to each of the Board of Trustees standing subcommittees, excluding the Executive Committee to be imple- mented as soon as possi- ble. In addition, the Faculty Council and Faculty Assembly will be expected to reciprocate by providing Jeffcoat or his designees standing invita- tion to all meetings of the Faculty Assembly, Faculty Council and faculty sub- committees. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

t ^ ^ ; ' . ■ & 2* April 20, 2005 Athletic trainers finally get credit Phil McNeary CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR When we watch sports, our eyes are glued on the star athletes. We look for the fastest player or the player that will score the winning point for our team. Very sel- dom do we hear of those that are not in the limelight - the individuals that tend to our wtounded soldiers and patch them up to go back into bat- tle. Soon, many new and willing faces will walk the grounds of Texas Wesleyan University and position themselves in the prestigious athletic training program. The Wesleyan athletic training program is in the middle of an accreditation certification by the state of Texas and just completed a site visit conducted by the Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). "I'm very positive about the results of our site visit," said Dr. Pamela Rast, depart- ment of exercise and sports studies curriculum director. They were very impressed with our library...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

The Rambler Opinions April 20, 2005 3 Comments Do you prefer in-line or online registration and why? Rene Mercado junior mass communication "Online, because I don't have to stand in a long line, saves time and relieves stress in school." Ryan Hamrick senior business administration "I think online. I did it at [Tarrant County College] and it was easy. There weren't a lot of bureaucratic things to do, like talk to 10 people.' James Haney sophomore theater "Being in The Farewell Tour, the greatest duo since the inception of rock, time is a commodity. Online registration affords at least 15 min- utes of critical jam time every year." Joey Latiolais graduate nurse anesthesia "The secretary in our department does it all for us." Jason Read sophomore mass communication 'It doesn't matter to me. Bottom line, just get registered." Desiree Kniker senior psychology "Online, because you can do it from home, look at all your options, and it saves you a trip up to the school." Photos by Christine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

4 April 20,2005 The Rambler Resident assistants gain management experience Christine Peirce MANAGING EDITOR What does it really mean to be a resident assistant or hall manager? Does it mean lapping up the luxury of your very own room, being in control of a few residents and relaxing because you don't have to pay a room bill? Or is it a constant battle with policy, procedure and duties that is not near compensated by the minimum wage pay scale because of all you are responsible for? Well, there are the positives and negatives of these positions, but possibly the biggest thing is for the reader to decide if the job is something they really want. "For the RAs, each position includes a room, and they get paid an hourly wage for the hours they work in the office and on duty. It usually is 15 hours a week they get paid," said Lauren Mester, a sophomore elementary education major and resident assistant. She continued, "Their job never ceases, though. RAs get asked questions and maintain ru...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

The Rambler Religious Life April 20, 2005 fT Imp , - ■m >«■< But if anyone has enough money to live well and sees a brother or sister in need and refuses to help - how can God's love he in that person? -1 John 3:17 Helping the needy is an act of love, which is the most fundamental princi- ple of Christianity. One would expect then that there would be a relationship between a Christian university and a Christian organization dedicated to aiding the needy - especially since the two are only minutes away. There isn't. "On any given night in Tarrant County, there are about 4,000* homeless peo- ple," said Michael Ross, executive director of programs at the Salvation Army. "The average age of a homeless person is 9." These people once had homes, transportation and a secure income. They look just like any of us. Some have sat behind executive desks at high-level cor- porations. Some were teachers, lawyers and accountants before their dreams collapsed under the strain of disaster. Whe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

6 April 20, 2004 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "It's kind of a way to end last season. Coach said once we got our rings, this was the finale of this past year. We're going to put last year behind us and look to next fall, and the things we have to do to get back to nationals." —The Lady Rams' Rachel Loftin on the volleyball team receiving their 2004 Championship rings. Picture That! The Rams run away with North Division- At 11-1, the Rams continue to stack up the wins and widen the gap between themselves and the No. 2 Knights of North wood University, who stand at 5-2 as of April 17. Hopson records season high nine StriteOUtS-Aprill5, Rams' junior pitcher Jason Hopson retires nine batters in game one of the Rams' 4-0 shutout victory against UT- Permian Basin. The Rams would go on to sweep the series. Hopson stands at 53 strikeouts. His total is two less than team leader Shea Harrison with 55. Conference honors Clifford- The Red River Athletic Conference named Rams' j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

T'V r b'v* t \ 'f t r+9* r ■ +< j* f The Rambler Sports April 20, 2004 7 Lady Rams pick up two at Tyler Photo courtesy of Logan Lawrencc Junior Marie Stone and the Lady Rams improve to 11-7 in conference play, and hold the third spot under Houston Baptist University and Bacone College at one and two. SOI I H \I1 Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER The Texas Wesleyan softball team advanced their record to 25-16, including 11-7 in Red River Athletic Conference play, with a doubleheader sweep of RRAC-foe Texas College on April 9. Two Wesleyan pitchers were outstanding in the circle as the Lady Rams notched lopsided 5-1 and 8-0 victories by way of sophomore Rachel Lamont and junior Devin Blew. Lamont spun the first game and allowed only one run on four hits and three walks, while striking out seven Lady Steers. The scoreboard was quiet for the first two and a half innings until freshman first baseman Brooke McNabb scored on a double by senior shortstop Vanessa Urteaga to make the score 1- 0. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 April 2005

8 April 20, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler Theatre Wesleyan presents: Photo courtesy of Theatre Wesleyan Junior theater majors Patrick James (Seymour) and Maria Kelly (Audrey) star in the 51st Annual Spring Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. April 21-23 and at 2 p.m. on April 24 in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. For tickets please call the box office at (817) 531-4211. for one weekend only Colleen Burnie STAFF WRITER Theatre Wesleyan is putting on its 51st annual musical. Little Shop of Horrors. The show is a dark comedy featuring a man-eat- ing plant from outer space. The musical is set in a floral shop that is going out of business until the unusual plant begins to draw people in. The plant is certainly the star of the show. In its four-day run at Wesleyan, the plant will be manipulated by freshman theater major Max Marquez. "There are actually four different puppets for the plant as it grows," said John Hanby, director of the musical and theater voice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

ff:! X fc.±) # >< TEXAS W E/ZT r~~E~**y^ A Ns (J-\N I V E R S I T Y The bier The students' voice since 1917 April 27, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 93, No. 12 ^as |17) 1:30 the ner. een oire Ding said >een as a News Briefs Luncheon The International Club is hosting a luncheon from noon to 1:30 p.m. on April 29 in the Bobby Bragan Fellowship Hall. Special lecture Dean Lindsay, a renown local author, will be on campus to discuss the four steps to priceless business relationships and specific tips on effective networking from his new book Cracking the Networking CODE: 4 Steps to Priceless Business Relationships. He will be speaking at 12:15 p.m. on April 28 in the Carter Conference Room. Snacks will be pro- vided. Athletic banquet An athletic banquet will be held to honor Wesleyan's top athletes at 7 p.m. on May 10 in Martin Hall. Volunteer opportunity Camp Fire USA is looking for volunteers that, would like to earn hands-* on experience working with at-risk youth between the ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

Z April 27, 2005 . NJ i:' News The Rambler ■ — Meetings, from page 1 school events should be pub- licized and the unique con- cerns of the students in each of the schools be recognized and represented. These are our current plans. We are open to other suggestions from students as well as fac- ulty." Another hot issue with faculty, the protection of fac- ulty tenure, was addressed. "There is not, nor has there ever been, a conspiracy in this administration to rescind tenure," Jeffcoat said. "Tenure provides the founda- tion for academic freedom, and, as long as I serve as president, we will defend tenure." Faculty wants the protec- tion of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) guide- lines in its handbook. However, the Board wants to be in charge of the tenure policies, not an outside organization. Krizek said, "Overall, . tljere was an effort of cooper- ation and commitment to see excellence in our efforts. All participants shared a love for ' Wesleyan and the int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

V t The Rambler Opinions April 27, 2005 ,3 Campus Comments What is your favorite professor and class? i >art- aid isla- bill, ite," lore :t is ;tan- / for arity )me, Trey Watts sophomore business management "Business marketing with Dr. Sandra Hart. I really like her; she's a cool teacher and I like marketing. It's really interesting." Tiffany Hall junior business management "Dr. Ballard because he's a good teacher. He keeps his class interesting." Jonathan Blissit class of 2001 exercise and sports studies 'Dr. Peters is probably one of my favorite professors of all time." What is your favorite class to teach and why? Dr. Tom Klaasen professor of economics and finance "It would be corporate finance (FIN 3313). I think the reason is because most of it's quite new material for students, and I enjoy introducing new things that they have not learned before." Dr. Amy Bell professor of Spanish "I like to teach them all a lot, but I really like the beginning classes because you see their...

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