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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 September 2005

8 September 14,2005 The Rambler Shawn R. Poling Horror films have been rampant the past year, but few have actually inspired scares. Some of the more disap- pointing scary movies of the past year were The Skeleton Key and Wes Craven's very lame Cursed. Red Eye is the second film from Wes Craven this year, and it renews his title as "the master of terror." In Red Eye, Rachel McAdams (The Notebook) plays Lisa, who has a strong fear of flying and is catching the "red eye" home. Off and on the plane, she runs into a stranger (Batman Begins' Cillian Murphy) who seems to be the guy every girl hopes for. Unfortunately, he turns out to be an assassin who needs her help to complete his next mission. Otherwise, her father will die. Although the plot is far-fetched, Craven makes it oh-so-believable. From the moment the plane takes off, the suspense is at full force. Not for one —————-——— second does the movie let you take a breath until the credits roll. Murphy plays one heck of a villain you ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

c- Texas WE i v e r s i t y Hie The students' voice since 1917 September 21, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 94, No. 3 • ' 3 News Briefs Test your constitutional knowledge contest In honor of Constitution Day, Student Life and the financial aid office are coordinating a campus contest to test stu- dents' knowledge of the Constitution. These will be week-long tests and are open to all Wesleyan stu- dents. Daily questions will be posted in the Student Life office. A $250 scholarship will be awarded to a stu- dent each day. Complete details are available in the Student Life or financial aid offices. For information about the U.S. Constitution, visit www.constitution learning.com, a Web page created and sponsored by Student Loan Xpress. Business Hall of Fame The Business Hall of Fame dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 at the Fort Worth Club. The event will honor 2005 Business Hall of Fame recipient Leonard Roberts, executive chairman/presi- dent/CEO of Radio Shack. The dinner will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

„__JPPsms^ ;:W .a n| 2 September 21, 2005 ■ y 'i —————— The Rambler Marc Nettles STAFF WRITER few Sports Information Director Josh Lacy will begin his duties at Texas Wesleyan this week. The office of sports information has been empty now for close to two months after former Texas Wesleyan Sports Information Director Logan Lawrence resigned to take a similar post with the athletic department at the University of Texas at Arlington in July. Lacy, a graduate of Emory University, accepted the position at the end of August. He has served as the SID for Limestone College in Gaffhey, South Carolina, for the past two years. Lacy, who was unavail- able for comment, has already made his mark on the athletic department. "We are very impressed with [his] work history and knowledge and feel he will be able to further develop our sports information department," said Kevin Millikan, director of inter- collegiate athletics and head golf coach. "He is a very sharp individual, and we are extremely e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

The Rambler Opinions September 21, 2005 3 jr ice is Ihe Ihe Ian on of leir I ens las- has to r be t all ties ane 1 of and so ove that ty). till ents vard 1 e M ' W £ 4* _ a 5 "C Z E *£ 1 ii c 3 o C X! O 11 II >> 'C '5 '•+2 4-1 c r e o a c O 015 e <D O -c c o > x: yi o t/3 o o sz o c 'o Q /. c/5 "O o • ~ a yi 2 o JC -C C/3 jj C Z o v« £ D- O JZ o 0 E u c a. o £ C/3 J '73 o Tj V O JD -2 X> 4-> -v o II o ^ § •§ B _ • —i Jjj> cJ TO 03 1W// O Q Photos bv Christine Peircc Rosedale restoration: Ability to 'chill' off campus means stories for the kids I once asked a friend of mine that went to Texas Wesleyan in the early '90s to tell me the places to go and eat. She told me Mama's Pizza and the Ashburn's ice cream shop on East Rosedale Street. Her stories actual- ly interested me - students and facul- ty hanging out in the same spot get- ting the same food that they actually like. That same friend asked me this year where the students hang out these days. I couldn't thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

M4- 4 September 21,2005 The Rambler | V/ ■ m n mm -sis .1#' ■# ' § «ES 1 I ■ Security Tips *Do not walk alone at night. *Stay away from dark, poorly lit areas. ♦Always lock your car. *Keep your residence hall room locked at all times. ♦Record the make, model and serial number of your computer. ffrey Wood, campus | security manager, brings about 25 years of security experience to the newly-cre- ated position overseeing security operations at Texas Wesleyan. Wood, a retiree of the Duncanville Police Department, accepted the position in August. His experience extends from being a security officer for ADT Security Services, per- forming security tasks for a fiber optics company, to serving as a security consult- ant for the Texas Department of Public Safety where he obtained state licensure and assisted in designing security cameras. His resume now includes Texas Wesleyan. Upon obtaining the security manager position. Wood reports only two inci- dents that have surfaced. One occurred Au...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

The Rambler Campus Life September 21,2005 5 Talley, from page 4 while overseeing many of his May as he strolled across the classmates and friends. His graduation stage to accept brother Michael, a junior on his bachelor of science the baseball team, also lives degree in exercise science. He said the time spent reha- bilitating led him to chang- ing his previous professional direction. He is now taking classes in Wesleyan's master of business administration program, while simulta- neously work- ing his way toward play- ing time on the basketball — court. In August, Talley accept- ed the resident director posi- tion, his home away from home the past three years. With experience as a colle- giate athlete and athletic dorm liaison, as well as a for- mer resident assistant, he was an attractive candidate to manage the dorm that houses most resident student athletes on campus. Talley envisions improv- ing community life in his dormitory, hoping its nearly 150 inhabitants will take more pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

6 September 21,2005 |Iports The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick Quotes *Sure there is always personal satisfaction in crushing certain teams. For me, a lot of times it ends up being about that coach or the way the coach allows their team to act." -Men s and women s head soccer coach Sieve Jones when asked if coaches ever gel personal satis- faction from crushing opponents or if they just view wins as 'business as usual'. Picture That! by Patrick Johnson The average lifespan of a major league baseball is 7 pitches This one died of a heart attack. Lady Rams volley- ball pull off sweep in Arkansas The Lady Rams move past the John Brown University Eagles in a three-game sweep Sept. 17 avenging the 3-1 loss they suffered last year. With the win the Lady Rams move to 6-3 on the season including a perfect 3-0 in conference through Sept. 19. The Lady Rams enjoy the top slot in the western division of the Red River Athletic Conference as the only undefeated team in division play. They see action...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

The Rambler Sports September 21, 2005 7 It |e I TABLE TENNIS (V.w *>iSJ -t SHfi '*£ra«etia*J3v* 2jurca3.fi caching Staff Q) ($805 Schedule ~Q) September Opponent IB at John Brown 17 at Bacone 27 Texas Woman's 30 * 2 vs. Texas College 30 * 2 vs. Wiley College Sits Time Siloam Springs, Ark. W 3-0 Muskogee, Okla. W 3-0 Fort Worth 7 p.m. Houston 3 p.m. Houston 3 p.m. ick Johansen iHead Coach lOver 25 years coaching 'experience. Captured win 'No. 5D0 Sept. 17.2DD5. October Opponent Site Time 1 * 2 vs. Jarvis Christian Houston 3 p.m. 4 at Paul Quinn Dallas 7 p.m. I J Wayfand Baptist Fort Worth 7 p.m. tlT-Brownsville Fort Worth 1 p.nt vs. Mid-America Nazarene Waxahachie 5 p.m. * st SW Assemblies of Bad Waxahachie 7 pm '$0%& ./<' V * UT-Pennian Basin Fort Worth 7pjn. * College of tlw Southwest M r* IH-—1' 1 rort worm P'lll a.m. 25 fr * Bacone College jhw Fort Worth f* 11 am Ul-Tyter , , ^ Fort Worth 5 p.m. •25 * Paul Buirni Fort Worth 7 p.m. |28 ■ 3 vs. Houston Baptist Odessa 11 a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 September 2005

The Rambler 8 September 21,2005 Marla Jo Kelly STAFF WRITER Photo by Maria Jo Kelly Clockwise from left, freshmen theater majors Whitney Park, Michael Kreitzinger and Dillon Maronev rehearse for Blues Man. Theatre Wesleyan launch- es its 2005-2006 season with its production of Blues Man. Blues Man is a dramatic play set in the Depression about a struggling family and the dis- ruptions of a mysterious stranger. The play is an origi- nal work by Wesleyan student Joshua Cox. Cox's one-act first pre- miered in last year's produc- tion of Playmarket and was later featured in Dallas at Ameristage's A Six-Pack of One Acts. Cox, a senior the- ater major, began writing the piece in a playwrighting class taught by the department chair, Connie Whitt-Lambert. "We had to write a history - a play that has historical rel- evance. I chose to base my play on the legend of Robert Johnson," Cox said. Robert Johnson was a Blues musician of the 1930s. This season, Whitt- Lambert is again directing the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

t/.v C. The The students' voice since 1917 September 28, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 9/lNo. 4 News Briefs Christian education ' building dedication Wesleyan students, faculty and staff are invit- ed to attend the dedication of the Hesta Stuart Christian Education Building, formally known as the renovated Polytechnic United Methodist Church educa- tion building. The dedica- tion will be held at 1 p.m. on Sept. 28 on the second floor by Dr. Miriam Espinosa's office. Festivities will include cake, punch and a ribbon cutting ceremony. Theatre Wesleyan performs Blues Man Blues Man, a play written by Wesleyan alu- mus Joshua Cox, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 29, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, and at 2 p.m. on Oct. 2 in the Thad Smotherman Theatre located in the Law Sone Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $1 for all students. The box office will be open 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 28-30 and can be reached at (817) 531- 4211. College Republicans An organizational m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

l$XM| ;:®ir •'X* News S EST V-.\t The Rambler Fame,/row page 1 responsibility in the Greater Fort Worth area. Past recipients include such famous Fort Worth faces as Congresswoman Kay Granger and Bob Bolen, both former mayors of the city. Roberts, he said, was another deserving recipient. "It was his influence that kept RadioShack in Fort Worth," Minter said to the Fort Worth Business Press. "Also, he's known as a turnaround specialist. That's one of the things that impressed the board into selecting him." Classes in the school of business were • « canceled during the 9 a.m. class period for Roberts' presentation on Sept. 21. Roberts, who served as president and chief executive officer of Arby's and chair- man and CEO of Shoney's, said initially he wasn't impressed with RadioShack when first offered the job in 1993. "Didn't that company ———————— die?" he asked. "But I didn't "Find your job descriptions realize that there are and tear them up. Either RadioShacks in every neigh- y0U s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

The Rambler Opinions September 28,2005.-J i fcmpson | trip the rsity jrely said, ipor- n ... 10 is the ffice nson avel- find npus meet te in 21st ition, at ejohn the ment. ' I 1 H -5.U I" I'tfl ?i-h 1 ■S ~ Photos by Christine Peirce ' U ' g I "i 1 l'9 Roberts replace Rehnquist? Against the nomination: 'Roberts is an unknown quantity' Oi Zach Davidson n July 19, President I George W. Bush selected Federal Appeals Court Judge John G. Roberts Jr. to replace the retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court of the United States. While Roberts represented a probable move to the right, he did not appear to be a doctrinaire conser- vative, but rather a pragmatic jurist. However, the story changed on Sept. 3 when arch-conservative Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist lost his struggle with thyroid cancer, and Bush announced the next day that Roberts would replace Rehnquist. Roberts for Rehnquist represents no apparent ideological change on the Supreme Court, as Roberts for O'Conno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

4 September 28, 2005 Campus Li[e The Rambler ■jriiin'ii w i m — — PholOb by Rcnec Grccr Greek 2) xplosion Students increase options and activities by establishing new organizations on campus Shalonda Thompson STAFF WRITER Many Greek organizations have come and gone on the Wesleyan cam- pus through the years, and while a fair share of students may give thought to rushing one of these groups, they may not give much thought to chartering one themselves. Establishing a fraternity or sorority at Wesleyan is simi- lar to establishing other clubs and organizations. Student Life defines an inter- est group as any individuals who share common ideas and beliefs that have not pre- viously existed on campus. "The process is the same for establishing any type of social club or student organization, and every organization has to complete the Recognized Student Organization Registration each fall," said Jenny Houze, administrative assis- tant in Student Life. There are several organizations cur- r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

. ' - V September 28, 2005 The Rambler Cuisine on a college budget Local restaurant offers students excellent food at a reasonable price The beautiful south part of Fort Worth known as the Fairmount District runs along- side the city's hospital district and is home to some of the most beautiful historic homes in the city. Buried in this historic part of the city is the home of one of my favorite restaurants, BJ Keefers, presently owned and operated by Seval Halili. BJ Keefers is located at 909 West Magnolia in a beautiful old building. The restaurant is named after the original owners, Bill and Jan Keefer, and fea- tures won- derful hot, fresh food. The restaurant has tasty appetiz- ers ranging from hot wings ($5.99) to fried mushrooms ($5.49). It also fea- tures both Italian and American cuisine, along with daily spe- cials. Hamburgers start out at $4.49 for the sirloin burger and go up to $5.99 for the bacon cheeseburger. These hamburgers are very juicy and made to order to the cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

, , V' V?:/ w- y-tWis ?Vr ; V..->' HHP* ■ '• •• j'1 • '. %v < Hi 6 September 28, 2005 Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "As an alumnus, a par- ent and,a staff member, vanning 30 years at tsUj^n, I am appalled at the lack of support from the academic com- munity at Wesleyan for athletics. In years here at only three pn have ever attended a match." —Head volleyball coach Rick Johansen on reasons he contem- plated retiring after last season. Picture That! 'fie saw your trade on ESPN ... 'Thinks it was the dumbest deal in the | history of baseball, V"— II get them bacx, boss, promisel by Patrick Johnson We thought the New York Yankees' Casey Stengel, at 75, was the oldest major league manager ... 01' Skip s been at it much much longer Three Lady Rams earn all the weekly awards Seniors Rachel Loftin, Susanne Taylor and Whitney Johansen swept the RRAC and NA1A Region VI in volleyball weekly awards Sept. 20, tak- ing Player of the Week, Libero of the Week and Setter of the Week, respectivel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

The Rambler 1'ports September 28, 2005 7 Rams prevail in one of two Ml VS S()( ( I K Damien McBrien STAFFWRITER The Texas Wesleyan men's soccer team traveled to Oklahoma Sept. 22, look- ing to add to their success the previous week against Texas A&M-International. The Rams took the field against the undefeated Southern Nazarene Crimson Storm, which is ranked No. 4 in the nation. The Rams, however, were in no way put off by their opponents' stature, and they were the better team early on. The Rams controlled the game for the first 25 minutes and continued to frustrate their opponents. Minute 25, however, saw the Wesleyan defensive line break. With the Crimson Storm's first attack on goal, they punished the Rams with a score. Over the next several minutes, the Rams would watch the Crimson Storm put the ball in their goal two more times. The Crimson Storm punished the Rams for two defensive mix-ups leav- ing the Rams down 3-0 going into the half. "Teams that are ranked nationally a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 September 2005

8 September 28, 2005 Entertainment The Rai Christine Peirce Mi wis fur stirs In a film that could be dubbed Three Weddings and a Corpse, Tim Burton has yet again outdone himself in the new animated film Corpse Bride, and this time it is all the more interesting. Set in a Victorian town where propriety and modesty are essential, a beautiful blue corpse accomplishes the deed of becoming the wife of a man scared of marriage. The fact that she wears a fairly revealing gown through the entire movie also causes her to stand out that much more, even with her talking maggot friend. The concept is something that hasn't been seen very often: a man fearful of intimacy, a woman claiming all she needs is a man... Oh wait, that seems to be most chick-flicks. But this, however, is definitely not a chick flick. This stop-action film features the voice of Johnny Depp as Victor, the young man with cold feet. Though he meets the perfect woman, it takes him a few hours to real- ize that this is the one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 2005

job ■?f:r C.J Texas WE U ,/V I V E R S I T Y The The students' voice since 1917 October 5, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 94, No. 5 News Briefs Moot Court Tryouts Moot Court tryouts will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Oct. 10 in Room 105-A of the Armstrong- Mabee Business Building and from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 19 in Poly UMC. Tryouts are open to all interested students, regardless of major. Successful candidates will represent Wesleyan in the Texas Undergraduate Moot Court Association competition at the Texas Tech School of Law in Lubbock, Texas, Oct. 28 and 29. For more informa- tion, contact Michelle Payne at (817) 531-6507 or mpayne@txwes.edu. Open-Mic Poetry Night Take your place at the microphone to share your original work or your favorite published text. Open-Mic Poetry Night will be held at 7 p.m. on Oct. 13 in the Bragan Fellowship Hall (located in Poly UMC). The event, open to the public, is spon- sored by Aries, a national literary magazine pub- lished by the departme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 2005

•r i' Octobcr 5,2005 ___ The Rambler Wesleyan to add secondary education certification a V ■ (v w > ■ ■ > .1 ■ • • ■ • if_ I* ' A _ >J A A fflirP I \ til Ml 11 B.J. Bellard STAFF WRITER According to the State Board of Educator Certification (SBEC), the state of Texas is facing a major educational challenge - a growing shortage of qual- ified teachers. The Texas Wesleyan school of education hopes to narrow the gap by fall 2006 by re-establishing the secondary education cer- tification program. Behind the push is Dr. Carlos Martinez, dean of the school of education. "A renewed interest from students and faculty in the arts and sciences and educa- tion departments makes the renewal of the secondary educational program viable at this time," he said. Martinez first recom- mended dismantling the pro- gram after his arrival to the university in 1991 when faced with a mandatory pro- gram revision instituted by university administration. Issues of low student enroll- ment in the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 October 2005

The Rambler October ,5; 2005 3 _ S in c/i Ptiolos by Christine Peirce Students can now link to world Facebook offers users opportunity to link with college peers across the nation X" ~Thi have a friend V request awaiting con- -M- formation. Those are the addicting words that I long to see when I first log in to my online profile on Facebook. Students, faculty and alumni alike, brace yourselves for the new craze that could soon sweep the Texas Wesleyan campus. Your school is now an officially recognized school on the Facebook. Already, some students at Wesleyan are making pro- files on www.facebook.com. As of Monday, 158 people had already joined who cited Texas Wesleyan University as their current alma mater. For nearly a year and a half, students from universi- ties all over the nation have had the opportunity to expe- rience firsthand the allure of this collegiate database, but unfortunately for Rams, only recently could we take part. But users beware, once you make a profile on t...

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