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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

. J The Rambler 4? April 27, 2005 The f s Students are finding wireless Internet, modern day decor and good quality coffee, and guess what? It's not Starbucks. Christine Peirce America's Best coffee Interlaced with the hype of Starbucks - the multimil- lion dollar corporation with locations seemingly as wide- spread as gas stations - stands one coffeehouse that remains close to the idea of what a coffee shop once was: a place to make small talk, visit with friends, study and see what the world has to offer over a cup of espresso, hot chocolate or whatever caffeinated drink floats your boat. It's sad that this one coffee shop stands alone to tell of how the world used to be: a world based on relation- ships with customers rather than profit. But, at least it stands. America's Best Coffee is located on Matlock in Arlington, just north of Interstate 20. At first glance, it may look like just another place offer- ing the only legal drug available to all ages of the human race (caf- fein...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

The Rambler Campus Life April 27, 2005 5- Tech tip Texas Wesleyan ends sem annual Ram Jam Kids of all ages swarmed the grounds of Texas Wesleyan University April 23 for Ram Jam, the annual spring- time picnic. Patrons enjoyed musk, od, raffled prizes and inflatable Photo by Colleen Burnie Senior Albert Talley secures a rope for Allejandra, daughter of Wesleyan junior Victoria Puentes. m '• m Photo by Colleen Burnie Matt Smith, son of nurse anesthesia student Ann Smith, waits patiently as he receives a new face. Michael McKenzie Since this will be the last TechTip of the semester before the summer, I thought it would be appropriate to use this TechTip to offer beneficial pointers for the upcoming sum- mertime. Anyone wanting to make vacation plans, I would recommend the following sites: expediu.com, priceline.com or travelocity.com all have some of the best travel rates you can find. I personally would consider taking a cruise out of somewhere near the gulf such as Galveston, which r...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

6 April 27, 2005 V.''Sii The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick^Quotes "/ am not sure where we would rank all time, but we are certainly proud of the success we have had and hope to continue it. I think without question the most successful pro- gram in terms of cham- pionships and tradition is golf. Many other sports, including us, have had windows of success, but none even come close to the six national championships of the golf program." -Men's varsity basketball coach Tern' Walclrop on the selection of two of his teams to the list of Wesley an s top ten greatest teams Picture That! Photo by Ivet Valncia Sharp Shooter to hunt in Australia- Rams' guard Ben Hunt will take his 48 percent 3-point average home by request. The Australian native was selected to represent his country in the 2005 World University Games. Rams score 15 runs in loSS- The Rams filled the stat column with 19 hits, 11 RBI, and 15 runs in a 23-12 loss to Dallas Baptist University April 22. Twenty Rams players saw the fi...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

The Rambler Sports April 27, 2005 1 fmm e count 5. 2005 men's golf 4. 2004-05 women's' basketball n's greatest teams %my s greatest teams continues from No. 5 to the No. 1 3. 1980 baseball team 2. 1964 golf team 1. 2004 volleyball team SPORTS INTERESI The list would be incomplete with- out mention of Texas Wesleyan's most decorated program, a pro- gram that includes the likes of the legendary O.D. Bounds and current PGA Tour pro Ian Leggatt. The 2004 men's golf team began and ended the season with much success. Head coach Kevin Millikan's group finished the season fifth in the nation, as they advanced to the national the 43rd time. Junior UT- -transfer Remo Deetlefs, a native urg, South Africa, led the Rams ; with newcomer Scott Sikes and Euan Mcintosh. Deetlefs posted a career year with ' all-time season scoring average of Deetlefs was named to the NAIA Ail- Behind the play of Deetlefs of four or five solid contribu- s Rams fired their way to a new t team scoring average record of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 April 2005

8 April 27, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler Voice# afiCtmwca Wesleyan Singers explores choral music with a homeland flair Photo courtesy of ww.commingsoon.net Destiny A love story that shows relationships are built on fate If you are looking for a trip down memory lane to reminisce about every co-ed Overall, it's good for all col- lege students and is perfect for all people who may ask "what if' to that person they met three years ago. Christine little PEIRCE things —— you do as friends, then A Lot Like Love will seem a lot like you. The concept has been seen before in When Harry Met Sally and all the oddities that go on between a girl and guy, but it's always funny. Emily (Amanda Peet) is an outside-the-box- thinkcr, verging on insani- ty at times, and mixing with a few alter egos and a need to just play devil's advocate in all she does. Oliver (Ashton Kutcher) is a straight- laced, five- year-plan guy try- ing to figure out what he wants, how to get there and what risks are worth t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

#:/ c. T £ X A $ W E, A N\ U N I V L Ji_ S. _/ __7 ;/ The bier The students' voice since 1917 September 7, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 94, No. News Briefs Wesleyan Sunday The Texas Wesleyan community is invited to attend the annual Wesleyan Sunday church service at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 11 at the Polytechnic United Methodist Church. Wesleyan Sunday is a longstanding tradition that has bridged 113 years of fellowship between the church and Texas Wesleyan. Hurricane relief efforts The Resource Connection Center in Fort Worth will be caring for about 200 refugees from Hurricane Katrina for the next six weeks. To volun- teer, call Judy Ketchum at (817) 531-7600 or Melanie Torres at (817) 531-8454. Donations needed include towels, pillows, blankets, diapers, and toiletries. These items may be dropped off at the Texas Wesleyan Office of Advancement on campus or at the Resource Connection Center, 1100 Circle Drive, Suite 200. Boxes at various loca- tions on campus are also set up to receive ...

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

2 September 7, 2005 News The Rambler Apartment-style dorms make debut Students settle into Wesleyan Village' Trey Bomar CONTRIBUTING WRITER ~ '■> Construction began in July 2004 and ended just weeks before 166 students moved into the new apart- ment-style dorms for the fall sfemester. According to Pati Alexander, vice president for enrollment and student serv- ices, the new apartment-style dorms will be called "Wesleyan Village." The new complex, locat- ed on the north end of cam- pus, consists of four build- ings and offers four-bedroom apartments at a rate of $375 a month per person. All four residents share a kitchen, full-sized refrigerator, microwave and living area with a couch and chair. There are two bathrooms in the apartment that each student shares with one other person. "They are a great place to sleep and enough room to keep all my stuff," said Kevin Keathley, a freshman history major. Students can also choose to live in a two-person effi- ciency apartment similar to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

The Rambler September 7,2005 3 e I t B£ |.l 2 .mill i c i ^ i 8 a .2 & >, p a 8 a E '• C JS P P *j d oo- c J: w § •S £ a 8 g Sb i a-s2 -i.s P3.9| 2 5 5 w *3 tfl S jp- Ihe « SXJ llt- |we /ill I jed I }ds, :on s £ fc e3 P 5 w> Photos by Christine Peircc Simple little things: Requests granted. ~W"Jf T^en will people actually know l/t/ where to park in these parking lots? f f I thought about this last year on and on again, ranting and raving to others about my frustrations. How long will I have to wait? This year three people contact- ed me when they saw that the main commuter parking lot finally had lines. It was something small, but I went around smiling for a week, and I still smile every time 1 park. Sure, it may take people such as me voicing complaints, but 1 don't expect the administration to be mind readers. I love, however, seeing how the administration cares when the "lit- tle" things are taken care of and when I can see the progress of work, time, energy and, of cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

''rsw. ■' ♦ ■■■ - ■ . .Jq-r ■ v r ' ..w The Rambler 4 September 7, 2005 ^ Brad Davis |Vew position created and filled in Student Life by Oklahoma graduate * Christine Peirce ~ MANAGING EDITOR * , * ♦ ; New faces can be a sign % , of growth and expansion, and the Student Life office at Texas Wesleyan welcomes a new face to do just that. Brad Davis will fill the new posi- tion of assistant dean of stu- dents for residence life. Davis's main responsibil- ity is supervision of the hous- ing program, as well as other Student Life projects. He begins the new post with great aspirations for Wesleyan. "I would like to see the student body become more involved with the community on campus and outside of campus," said Davis. "I also want to see the housing pro- gram bursting at the seams to such an extent that we have to start planning for additional housing construction!" The ambitious man hails from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Okla. He holds a bachelor's degree in developmen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

lUB rnsnt Ifur- i, 1 . 4 Vv; The Rambler September 7,2005 Itttk of tje JrteJ Education professor won lottery to come to the United Patrick Johnson SPORTS EDITOR The journey to a voice that would touch a thousand ears, would impact the future, would empower audiences internationally and that would teach teachers began in a small vil- lage of 200 people with a little Irish girl's adherence to a simple principle: Follow opportunity. For young Ellen Curtin, that meant walk- ing two miles from her family's farm to a three-room schoolhouse. It was a shoddy place with a single fireplace fueled with sod brought by the students. Yet it was at this place of learning that Curtin first began to receive the priceless gift of knowledge. It was at this place that she began a jour- ney that would eventually find her at Texas Wesleyan University teaching early child- hood education. In the male-dominated Ireland of the 1960s, women were educated to become nurs- es, secretaries, teachers, bankers, nu...

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

The Rambler 6 September 7, 2005 Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "The enormous benefit of having the event on campus is that the stu- dents and faculty can see the competition that we are facing. Sometimes it has been the perception that we just show up and win. It's the contrary. There is tough competi- tion, and it's getting stronger." —Table tennis coach Christian Lillieroos on next year's NCCTA Championships, which will be hosted again by Wesleyan in April 2006. Picture That! M '1 ^ ^ .if If J Cf 5 v«sT1% 1 ■ Photo courtesy of Ben Hunt Wesleyan's Ben Hunt leads Australian team in summer games Rams' guard Ben Hunt shined in the World University Summer Games held in Izmur, Turkey. His double digit aver- age was an Aussie best. Among his highlights was a game-high 28 points against the USA team. Rams Golf finishes fifth in Nationals The Rams (296-293-287-301- 1177) repeat last year's fifth place finish, shooting a 13-over par round, and again falling to fifth in the 2005 NAIA National Go...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

Ide jng pro- -ield arted jun- y on off a They and ;iving goal The Rambler Sports September 7, 2005 7 § & m & ightights from 2BB4 Q September Steue Jones Fort worth Fort Ulorth Fort Ulorth Tyler Fort Worth Hlua, Okla W, 4-2 l.3-0 i p.m .m. 4 p.m 6 p.m Coach Jones enters his fourth year as Hams head coach. His experience includes 10 years head college coaching, RRRC Loach of the Vear 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2004, scout for the Dallas Rum 1998-2000 and assistant for the Semi professional Texas Toros Manhattan, Kan. 3 p.m. Fort worth Muskogee, Okla Edmond, Okla Cedar Hill Fort Worth Fort worth Fort Worth 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 2:38 p.m Saspar Martinez 17 22 Belhauen College Oklahoma City •Wiley College at UT-Tyler •THmU-I nternational at Southern Nazarene 24 at Manhattan Christian 38 *TeMas College October 7 *at Bacone College 8 at Oklahoma Christian 12 *at Northwood 15 Science and Arts (Ok) 'College of the Sw ♦UT-permian Basin *at SID Assemblies of God UJa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 7 September 2005

8 September 7, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler §ont Watth lutiMfiuHwte with Qattvuf, Afigfit Shawn R. Poling CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Fort Worth Art Dealer's Association will celebrate its 2005 Fall Gallery Night Sept. 10. Nearly 35 museums and gal- leries will be holding exhibits at different times throughout the day, some featuring art from Wesleyan professors and art majors. "There should be something for everybody to love and hate," said Terri Cummings, assistant professor of art ' Cummings will be part of the group exhi- sh«"U b< something bition BLINK: 1995-2005 at Gallery 414, for everybody to love and which will celebrate its 10th anniversary, hate." Gallery 414 is located at 414 Templeton. - Terri Cummings Cummings will be one of 14 artists, the Assistant Professor of Art majority of whom are local, contributing a variety of art including photography, sculpture and paintings. Kit Hall, associate professor of art, will participate in another event, Select, at the Handley-Hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

; A ***9 *. 9 i> y *> ■ ■ >•■ #- * * *+• wr ^ +* ■*+-*-+ « Texas W_£ A/' 0\/V I V E R S I T Y The bier The students' voice since 1917 September 14, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 94, No. 2 News Briefs See You at the Pole A campus-wide prayer time and free lunch will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the mall area on Sept. 14 in observance of "See You at the Pole." Prayer will begin at 12:30 p.m. Free lunch is sponsored by the chaplain's office. Call the chaplain's office at (817) 531-4461 for more information. ICT upgrades computers The information and communication technolo- gy (ICT) department installed 46 new comput- ers into the library's B25 and B26 computer labs Sept. 10. The Dell Optiplex GX 520 Pentium 4 processor 3.2 GHz com- puters run about six times faster than the old machines and, with one gigabyte of RAM, hold four times as much space. USB ports are located on the front side of the com- puter and on the keyboard. The 15-inch flat panel monitors provide more desk sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

-f. 2 September 14,2005 Rosedale, from page 1 $961,212 worth of the $3.7 million project. The rest of the funding would come from gifts to the university, as well as other private and public funds. "It is private money com- ing together with public money to do the community good," Jeffcoat said. The area was designated as an "urban village" in 2002, making it eligible to receive the EDI grant, according to government standards. "As owner, we would then contract with developers in the consortium to renovate and refurbish the property for commercial use consistent with the needs of the univer- sity and the community - restaurants, bookstores, cof- fee shops, art galleries, gro- cers, drug stores, etc.," explained Jeffcoat. The uni- versity plans to purchase the property from the current owner, Rosedale Land- Holding LLC. Robert Sturns, business development coordinator for the city, presented the plan to City Council in a pre-council meeting Aug. 30. During the meeting, Jeffcoat addres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

• I The Rambler * Opinions September 14, 2005 3 'Taking time to notice' I'P Ire ire per in has jda in Ihe ties jse ire- an ses tie, >rk on ine /ith ave om ses of are te 1- usi- ■8 1 s cd 6 Phoios by Christine Pcircc Foreign natio America in our Have you sat back and looked at all that this nation has done for people around the world? There are so many times when our money, supplies and tax dol- lars went to help a nation hit by an earth- quake, tsunami or terrorists. No matter what your stance on foreign policy, it usually evokes a sense of pride for Americans to know that we are out there giving help to people in need. In the past few weeks our nation has faced what some experts are calling the greatest natural dis- aster in U.S. history. That's pretty intense. From conversations that 1 have had with other students and people in the area, I know that many wish there was more that we could do to help in relief efforts following Hurricane Katrina. For — some of us, Louisiana may s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

4 September 14, 2005 The Rambler eel like a parr 01 me just cu \\ cskycin junior donates hair to disci circuit aged ill children Michael Meier CONTRIBUTING WRITER Although many people on campus know Andy Vereeke for his quiet nature and work as a resident assis- tant in the new apartments, most know him as "the guy with really long hair." A jun- ior history major from Dallas, Vereeke last cut his brown tresses more than 14 months ago. "1 liked the way it looked," Vereeke said. "I had never had long hair before, so I thought 1 would give it a try." Consequently, Vereeke believes teachers treat him differently, employers would not give him a fair interview over the summer, and people in general stereotype him for the way he looks. Something had to be done. "I'm not a singer in a rock band," Vereeke said, "so it was time for a change." With the advice of a friend, Vereeke found a free haircut awaited him if he donated part of his mop to Locks of Love. For the past eight years, Locks of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

I |t 1st i find : The Rambler Campus Life September 14, 2005 5 Fresh, from page 4 because 1 got involved. It's hard in the begin- ning, but another lesson worth learning and under- standing is that it is not how you start that matters, but how you finish that defines. Not much in college is handed to you as it is in high school. Nothing should be expected from anyone in col- lege, even a small, family oriented university like this one. It is important to under- stand the value of earning something. My first job came when I was 14 years- old. I made five bucks an hour handing out fliers. I appreciated that five bucks more than I did the 10 bucks my dad gave me to go to the movies. I once made a D in a sociology class, but I was more proud of that D than 1 was a B that I felt I didn't earn in another one of my classes. Having a sense of pride in what you do purely for the fact that you will have your name attached to it is one of the most valuable lessons that can be learned. This wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

September 14,2005 Sports Briefs Quick Quotes are not all they td up to be. If we would play them on our best day we would take care of business," —Sophomore volleyball outside hitler Sandra Ayala s take on her team s No. 2 and No. 5 national- ly ranked opponents at the Concordia Labor Day Festival in Irvine, Calif, Sept. 2-3. < " ' ' * 1 • ' * ' • '"* * I ke Rambler nine points Nettles STAFF WRITER Picture That! by Patrick Johnson Sports and academics a bad blend abroad In many countries outside the USA, sports and academics don't mingle. Students study at school and play club sports at separate institutions. There our popular term "student athlete" does not exist. Lady Rams volleyball off to great start Sitting atop the Eastern Division of the Red River Athletic Conference, the 2005 Lady Rams volleyball team is off to a flawless 3-0 record including a perfect 2-0 in conference play. They began the week coming off a 3-0 victory over Lubbock Christian Sept. 11. They see action aga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

The Rambler ray Sports September 14,2005 7 Lady Rams split two on the road m Photo by Chris Gray The 2005 Lady Rams feature one of the fastest teams to dawn the blue and gold. "We have speed at every position. We've never had that before," said senior Jessica Carrion. WOMEN'S SOCCER Damien McBrien STAFF WRITER The Lady Rams brought their No. 4 regional ranking into the weekend's competition on Sept. 9, looking to add to their success with wins against NCAA outfits Texas Woman's University and UT-Tyler. Play began Friday with the arrival of the 2-2 Texas Woman's Pioneers at Martin Field. As in each of their previous contests this season, the Lady Rams' speed caused problems for the opposition early. "Every single one of those girls on the field has speed that's a lot faster than the other girls we play against," said senior Jay Carrion. It took just five minutes for the Lady Rams to threaten the Pioneers' goal, and freshman Brianna McKernon was very unlucky to see her shot from out- ...

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