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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1998

wnPHftn nnimmi Shakespearean Laurel and Hardy ignite laughter by Barry Smoot Special to the Brand The Hardin-Simmons University Department of Theatre continues its commitment to classic theatrical literature with a production of the critically acclaimed Tom Stoppard play Roscncrantz and Guildcnstcrn arc Dead. Barry Smoot artistic director of Abilcnc's Paramount Theatre serves as guest director. Roscncrantz and Guildcnstcrn arc Dead is the recipient of both the Tony Award and New York Drama Critics Award for Best Play. Stoppard is a British playwright whose prolific work combines intellectual wordplay a high comic style and unique theatricality. Roscncrantz and Guildcnstcrn Arc Dead is the inventive talc of Hamlet as told from the wonn's-cyc view of the bewildered Roscncrantz and Guildcnstcrn two minor characters in Shakespeare's famous tragedy. The plot said Smoot concerns what happens "when Shakespearean Laurel and Hardy finally get a chance to take lead roles. They do so in a worl...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1998

Classic football finish by John Green Rec Sports Writer The intramural football season has come to an end. Two teams will stand alone as champions until next year rolls around. In the girls division the "basketball girls" Too Close really showed the rest of the league how to play. Kat Otwcll led the league with 95 interceptions and 96 touchdowns. She was in a league by her- self as she is in basketball. Too Close defeated Blue Flames in the season's finale. In last year's final the Flames beat the "basketball girls" to take the championship. But this year they could not pull it off. The team speed of Too Close as well as the rocket arm of Mclanic Orsak proved to be too much for the Flames. The men's division had one of the most exciting Finals ever. It was a contest between Yo Mama and FAST. Yo Mama consisted of several guys from Theta and some fellas they picked up along the way. Their team was led by the dynamic Jason Tatum who electrified the crowd all year long with dazzling cat...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1998

i tffwtf f tfmTOmiTgaMBiM?Ki Cowboys make history win first by Andy Gibson Special to the Brand History was made on the night of Saturday Nov. 7 at Shcllon Stadium as the Hardin-Simmons University men's soccer team won their first American Southwest Conference title. Not only did the Cowboys finish with their best record since 1979 (13-5-3 this year) but their 5- I victory over Lctourncau University was also the 200th win in the team's history. The tournament began on Friday Nov. 6 with the Cowboys defeating the University of Texas at Dallas 3-1. Starting the second half down 0-1 the Cowboys answered the Comets with two goals only :24 seconds apart. Sophomore midfielder Chris Gomez scored first after his cheeky footwork mesmerized the UTD goalkeeper with feelings of help- lessness and despair. HSU was not out of danger yet though. After a foul in the box UTD was awarded a penalty kick. Their shooter however was no match for HSU goal- keeper Clay Cordcr. Cordcr read the UTD player li...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1998

Cowboy football prepares for Indian invasion by Fov Meyer it Staff Writer Willi the conclusion of the 1998 regular football season rapidly approach- ing the Hardin-Siiiiinons University Cowboys have been fighting desperately for one of the four playoff spots in the South Region of NCAA Division III foot- ball. Currently ranked sixth in the region the Cowboys have only one game remaining to move up two spots in the polls. The teams ranked above the Cowboys include Lycoming Trinity Western Maryland Catholic and Emory and Henry all undefeated thus far. Currently the Cowboys arc 8-1 overall and 6-0 in conference play Disregarding the initial game of the sea- son the Cowboys hae been stellar this season. HSU has outscored its oppo- nents this season by a devastating margin of 419 to 144 averaging a score of 47-16 per game. In the past couple of games the Cowboys have beaten their opponents by a combined score of 139-15. Averaging over 500 total yards per game offensively the Cowboys are ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

mm Foster's resigna Children's play tion creates unrest Page 5 Origin of Christmas legends explored Page 6 comes to Van Ellis Page 7 Memorable foot- ball season ends Page 1 1 ran Volume 86 Number 5 HTiber3 1998 GHMlti Rosencrantz and Guildstern may be dead but theatre is alive and well. h Corey McAdarns iiniiln i mnpilmi Siki On I ho weekend nl Nov c ink i I. I i .mil November I1' 21 ll.iiihn Smmii n I mveisitv piesentcd the lonuih li'u in iiinl: mitl (Imlili nlt in n m an 1 Ills Ihealte Ihcplav wnttui hv I I Mil Stuppaiil and diicUed hv Bn NlllOOl. Is a lOlllcdk twist oil till ll.ls.'nh ol Hunilt I ami an intclkMiial ihmuiK I he plav icnlcicd on tin his i t ll.inilcl's ittn Juldhood li Kinls Kosenciani ami (iiiildeiistein wlm innl themselves in the iimlsi i i Ik hcailwicnching tiirmnil ol the iov.il lain il In the linal moments nl iIk plav Ri'seikrant ami (luildctistein aie sun in I nglaiui with nuleis In cvcciitc llanikt onlv to 1 1 ml themselves in the woist pus sihle situation h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

UiTii:niTffi Christians need to be more active in politics bv Shannon Goss Staff Writer Given the present state of our nation in regard to politics the time has arisen in which Christians need to be more active in our government than ever before. The United States is a nation which God has blessed with freedom and the ability to change our government without bloody and costly revolution. These blessings much like the people of Israel before their overthrow by the Assyrians have been taken for granted by our nation and in general by the student body here at Hardin-Simmons University. Every day there are complaints about the fact that our university is somewhat isolated from the rest of the world. However valid these statements may be they arc still a very poor excuse for the lack of interest in the November election shown by the majority of HSU students. Throughout election day the excuses poured in "I forgot to register" and "My registration is back home." These excuses are poor at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

n k & i i England vs. USA The following is everything you want to know about England. Here is what I have discovered after .studying here for a scmstcr: 1. English history is Tilled with either some king ending up with his head in a bucket or some guy the king didn't like with his head on a spike in the centre of town. 2. The English don't really like anyone. It's kind of like a club the I'm English and you're not club. Oh they are nice to you but they may not like you. It's kind of like family reunions 3. The reason they drive on the opposite side of the street is because when you joust (like i know most of you do) you hold your lance in you right hand and charge from that side. They just couldn't let go of the Medieval times. 4. Even though the English and Americans .speak the same lan- guage wc won't necessarily under- stand anything anyone is saying. Here are some examples I have 5. Irish people like just about everyone. 6. Princess Diana is kind of like Monty Python. You ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

& Cowboy Band on parade by Ryan Merchant Elementary Newswriting Student The feeling of Christmas was in the air as the Hardin-Simmons University Cowboy Band inarched in the annual Christmas parade on November 28 in Austin. The parade is put on each year in an effort to help less fortunate children receive toys and gifts donated by Austin residents. The parade was a huge success as thousands of people lined the streets to watch the attractions. For many the main attraction was the energetic Cowboy Band. The crowd cheered as the Band made its way down the street with its entertaining routine. HSU's Six White Horse riders participated as well. Regarding the parade senior Band member Kent McCrcight said "I really enjoy this parade because it is an opportunity to help out children. And whenever you can help children out especially during the holidays you know you are doing a great thing." Fellow band member Cooper Strange added "Whenever we per- form in a large city parade it is a lo...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

i WMMMMiMUlUiMlaBa Coach Foster's resignation raises questions by Scott Spurger Special to the Brand The resignation of the Hardin-Simmons University's men's soccer coach Cory Foster on Wednesday November 1 1 has left many at HSU with a scries of unanswered questions. Only days after Foster's first ever Conference championship his resignation was submitted to the University to be effective at 5 p.m. the same day. Foster's former team now affectionately calling themselves "Foster Children" feel as though the resig- nation was a devastating blow to a year that was filled with both joy and turmoil. The mystery remains at large due to the fact that neither Foster nor HSU Athletics Director John Ncese will comment on the nature of the resignation due to legal reasons. An interview with the American Southwest Conference (ASC) Championship-winning soccer team on the day of the resignation revealed feelings of disap- pointment towards the University's athletics administra- tion throughout t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

iTwWKHPBMvVCKBftTATaV Deer Santa bring me some candy and kisses by Marty Gordon Elementary Newswriling Student When you hear the words "Rudolph" "Santa" "candy canes" and "mistletoe" what do you think of.' Well probably a reindeer presents peppermint and hol- iday cheer. These legends have been around for a long time. We all grew up hearing about all of these things and now it is time to find out how these legends got started. The most famous reindeer of all was actually just a good idea not a real reindeer. In 1939 Robert May an advertising copywriter for the Montgomery Ward department store in Chicago sought something novel for its Santa Claus to distribute to parents and children. May conceived the idea of a Santa's helper which eventual- ly became the shiny-nosed reindeer we arc all familiar with today. An artist friend named Denver Gillen spent hours at a local zoo creating sketches of reindeer at rest and at play. May considered many names and finally settled on Rudolph the pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

tfMMMMl3S3mmwim viflli Party provides fun and fellowship for all bv Jon Thomas lilt'iiiciilnn Newswrilmg Student As the end of the fall semester comes to a screeching halt there arc a couple of things that Hardin- Simmons University students expect to remain true: the long-awaited all nightcrs during finals week at IHOP and the annual All-School Christmas Party. This year's festivities were held on Monday Dec. I at the West Texas Display Building located at the Abilene Fair Grounds. With the donation of one canned good students were able to enjoy and take part in a num- ber of activities. Students had the chance to lake the traditional oncc-a-ycar photo with Santa take a hayndc around the Owen PowtftTh Brand 1..2..3..4.. Square dancing extaordinaire Joel Wilson shows students at the Christmas party all the right moves fairgrounds and reminisce on the old days feed and pet animals that most of us have never really seen in person and if that was not enough students could ride one of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

To boldly go. ..Trek to the video store by Bryan Tuck Layout Editor With the upcoming release of Star Trek: Insurrection the ninth film in the successful franchise I thought it would be neat to do a brief overview of the previous eight Trek features all of which arc available on home video. Although this is coming from a longtime Trek fan I've tried to remain objective. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) This first Star Trek film had a lot going for it: some impressive effects work from Douglas Trumbull great music by Jerry Goldsmith and a good storyline. The plot concerns a mysterious cloud that is trav- eling toward Earth disintegrating everything in its path. The only starship in interception range is the Enterprise (go figure). Admiral James T. Kirk (William Shatncr) tired of his desk job at Startled Headquarters pulls some strings and assumes command of his old ship and crew. Director Robert Wise (The Day the Earth Stood Still) mounts the film well but some tighter editing co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

Children's play leaves footprints on HSU stage by Justin Radcliffe Special in the Brand On December 4 and 5 the Hardin-Simmons University Department of Theatre will present The Arkansaw Hear by Aurand Harris. The production is HSU's first children's theatre production sinecl994. Set amidst the fray of a city park in which chil- dren are playing the one-act play is intended to reach children by offering a comforting message about loss. Student director Christine Snowdcn explained "The Arkansaw Bear is intended to give kids a healthy view of death and to teach them how to cope with the loss of a loved one. The play deals with a delicate subject matter but one that is applicable to all ages." The l-3-mcmbcr cast consists of six men and seven women. Set designer Justin Radcliffe cos- tume designer Megan Johnston lighting designer Kyle Skaggs and stage manager Natalcc Miller form the technical crew. The cast and crew will have the chance to touch the lives of area youth on Friday Dec. 4 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

i iUPVPKriw EVHffmWK fvyvtys BOWLING UPDATE Tlic Recreational Sports Department hosted its' Tall intramural bowling tournament on November 10 at the Hardin-Simmons University Moody Center Lanes. Two sessions were offered for the 31 students entered in the tournament. All par ticipants bowled a 3-gamc scratch series. The end of the evening produced the following winners and runner-ups: Men's Singles: Men's Doubles: 1st Micah Lindstrom 2nd Keith Gecding 3rd Jim Ramey (533 scries) (517 scries) (502 scries) Women's Singles: Womcns Doubles: 1st Micah Lindstrom & Keith Gecding ( 1 050 scries) 2nd Matthew Vermillion & Brandon Peterson (909 scries) 3rd L.Todd Adams & Lance Brooks (902 scries) Overall High Scries: Kcllic Laird (371 series) 1st Jennifer Shannon & Emily Copes (694 scries) 2nd Dorthea Stanley & Tonya Vess (648 scries) 3rd Allison Stafford & Amy Pack (521 scries) While there were not enough team entrants to make up a co-cd doubles bracket the Cory Jenning...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

I LnTutB I H ViWMuiil iTuM L!L1 EI U!m 1W.R ll-IIMU'l NIRSA REGIONAL STUDENT LEAD-ON CONFERENCE "... READY to provide you with an opportunity to discover what it takes to he a leader in the professional areas of sport recreation leisure outdoor pursuits and the REAL WORLD 2" February 1 8-2C 1 999 f liardin-Simmcns University ADM1SSI0NFEE Student Non-Member $45.00 Student Institutional Member $35.00 Late Registration Fee (2699) $1 0.00 : For More Information Contact: j Dr. Simpson 670-1220 ' Corbin Edmondson Tracy Smith Nicci Willoz at 670-1472 or Mabee Complex 140 Student Membership forms available also

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 3 December 1998

I HI! 7 fcJBtMAH'.HHat Ukl HSU Cowboys defeat McMurry for ASC title by Heather Harper Elementary Ncwswriling Student November 14 1998 will be remembered as one of the most thrilling days in Hardin-Simmons University foot- ball history. The scene was set: 2 p.m. Shclton Stadium. HSU faced its ncmisis and cross-town rival McMurry University. The winner would take the American Southwest Conference Championship and the Wilford Moore trophy. Two minutes into the first quarter McMurry quarterback Braxton Shaver found Kcidric Dixon for an eight-yard touchdown pass. In the same quarter Shaver found McMurry wide receiver Rory peacock for a 55-yard touchdown reception. McMurry was up 14-0 but HSU would not be counted out. With 10:48 left in the second quarter the Cowboys began their comeback with a 39 yard touchdown pass by quarterback Billy Poc to wide receiver Mitch Abies. A field goal by HSU kicker Mark Smith made the score HSU-10 McMurry-14. The Cowboys did not end their stampede. With 43...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 February 1999

THE DIVERSITY OF fcHw IvU Ml'JFC:mK V olum e 8 6 Issue? F e b r a a ry 2 5 1 9 9 9

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 February 1999

(L 3-4 J w? (L 7-8 J (LlO-Ili Li2-i3J) (I 14 J) The Diversity on Unity: Forrest takes a deeper look into how students at HSU fee! about unity on our campus i Clinton: Brian gives insightful commentary' on the impeachement trial and the acquittal of our nations leader Same Difference: Amy and Laine describe the bond between twins Letter to the Editor Sophia Jordan shares her frustrations and concerns on the issue of discrimination at HSU In Response: Dr. Ronald Rainwater answers our questions in response to Ms Jordan's letter t u Brunner's World- As one ofHSUs most sought after professors Dr. Larry Brunner answers questions Devon asks about his life and work 'Holy' War. Brad highlights Dr. Dan Stiver's recent arrival at HSU and reveals important infor- mation on the controversy sorrounding Southern Seminary It's Greek to me: HSU students pledge allegiance Now that pledging season is in high gear Ryan reports on the broad affects it has on our campus E n t i n m n t Oscar Buzz Bryan a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 February 1999

- M Soirtra UMlffeiPftiiMg M Do you got sick at the same time? Do you wear the same clothes? Do you got along? Do you look exactly alike? II you haven't figured It out yot the above questions load to an inevitable end: What is it like being a twin? Well the answer to that question Is not a simple one to arrive at. Having beon a twin for the last 23 years I hope to possibly shed some light on the subject. Amanda and I are completely different yet exactly alike if that makes any sense at alii Growing up we shared many of the samo experiences but from com- pletely different perspectives. To Illustrate I can't holp but think back to our sixth grade birthdayslumber party. If we can all think back to the 80's for a moment we can recall a popular (although really ridiculous) movie Tho Karate Kid. Woll after watching the movie with 20 other goofy sixth grade girls and as a tribute to Ralph Macchlo Amanda and I thought we would practice our "crane." Before I knew it Amanda's foot was up my n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 25 February 1999

In Response: Dr. Rainwater's Discusses Ms. Jordan's Tetter by the Editorial Staff Dr. Ronald Rainwater Hoad of Hardin Simmon's Physical Education Department responded positively to questions we asked concerning Ms. Jordan's opinions in the above letter. He is ultimately pleased with the response of the Administration and Staff who have been Involved. "The Administration is trying to listen. They want to be Informed in order to rospond in the most effective way" Rainwater added. Personally Rainwater also seemed to want the alleviation of any kind of negative feeling Jordan may have toward the university. In a conversation Jordan and ho had private- ly Rainwater mentioned the two were able to approach the issue professionally and to dive into the heart of the matter. He discussed with us that the positivo outcome of this conversa- tion centered around the issue of individual perception. What Ms. Jordan felt was what she saw as reality. From Rainwater's statements we Inferred that the ...

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