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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 2005

4 November 9, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler (iMH Wesleyan professor teaches as a hobby, builds bikes by trade Patrick Johnson STAFF WRITER Love grants success to the oddest of mergers. Few combinations are as incongruent as motorcycles, scuba diving and teaching. Yet even these meet in the heart and mind of Bill Rucker. Rucker is the founder of two motorcycle companies, a diving instructor at Wesleyan and an avid scuba diver. Rucker, a product of Fort Worth's Polytechnic community, said his love for motorcycles started when he was in sixth grade when he owned a Yamaha 150. Later he won a scooter in a con- test at church and rebuilt it. turning it into a dirt scooter. '"That was my first experience doing any kind of custom work," Rucker said. In the years to come, Rucker's love for building motorcycles would give conception to American IronHorse. his first of two motorcycle companies. American IronHorse is a thriving manufacturer of custom-built cruisers and choppers. It grossed more ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 2005

The Rambler Campus Life November 9, 2005 5 101, front page 4 wise. Let him go out with his boys. Give each other space every once in a while. Let her go shopping with her girl- friends from high school. But stay in touch everyday, even if it's just through a note left on her windshield or some- thing sweet on your away mes- sage. Set aside time for each other. Make a date together and keep it, at least two or three times a month. Communicate. Being open with each other is often the hardest thing for couples to do, but it's also the most vital part of any partnership. Establish an agreement to be open early in the relationship if possible. Spice it up. Cook her din- ner and light some candles one night instead of going out. Just do something new every once in a while. Compromise at every opportunity. She wants to go to the Botanical Gardens and you want to watch the game, so have a picnic at the Botanical Gardens and then get dessert at a restaurant down- town and catch the last half...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 2005

1 6 November 9,2005 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "We went undefeated in conference and in the region, so we feel really confident going into the tournament" -Sandra Ayala, sophomore out- side hitler for the nationally ranked Wesleyan volleyball team. Picture That! Sims doesn t nuts! Someone Yes. before gets u different by Patrick Johnson Supporters of the NBA's dress code suggest that the more elegantly one is dressed, the more civil one's behavior. This Day in Sports History ... 1961- The PGA elimi- nates its rule which per- mits whites only. 1971- The NHL approves an expansion franchise in Atlanta, Ga. Rams move to 2-0 on young season The Texas Wesleyan men's basketball team improved its record to 2-0 with a 99-68 win over Kansas Wesleyan University on Nov. 5. Five Rams reached double digits in scoring including Ben Hunt lead- ing the way with 17 and Nino Etienne narrowly missing a double-double with 12 points and a game-high nine boards. On Deck The week ahead in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 2005

' 9 r ( ( :r r r ?7T,' iLEKg! f flTfimf Tr rTyi^^T/T * '\' f i f f * f' f f' t ' r ' ' r ' f t" 9 $' ** I The Rambler November 9, 2005 7 f S®R*#g iw? •vi j.-imevsjvbaskitbali : « ; - Men's Basketball ■ -•-■"■■ — - ■■>$$$?, mi t'mwiiimM.wninw— (2005 Schedule Q) 111 —rmr A -T -4m— i j i—i u rr hrrn r \ 1 /V__ % f . vK S / II ' . #- 1 November £ '' 7 @Arkansas Baptist College Little Rock, Ark. 6 p.m. 18 University of Science and Arts Fort Worth 5 p.m. 19 UT-Tyler Fort Worth 5:30 p.m. S 25 Oklahoma Baptist University Shawnee, Okla. 8 p.m. 29 St. Gregory's University Fort Worth 6 p.m. December 3 Jarvis College Fort Worth 5:30 p.m. 5 Wiley College Fort Worth 5:30 p.m. 6 Wayland Baptist University Fort Worth 5:30 p.m. 29 Oklahoma Baptist University Fort Worth 5:30 p.m. 31 Mary Hardin Abilene, Texas 2 p.m. t'*> * j/i, ' \ yf \ ■ V* ^ /Z f ' (Coaching Staff Q (Outlook for 2005-06 ~Q) Home games in bold *- Denotes conference games A- Denotes doubleheader with Women's Team #- Denotes exh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 November 2005

8 Novemeber 9, 2005 Entertainment The Rambler Colleen Burnie With the cast, classic storyline and humorous screenplay there is truly something for everyone. fould it be impossible for some- one to take your favorite book and turn it into a decent movie? Many times it seems that, no matter what directors try, they just can't seem to capture the magic that we find in the books we love. About two months into the semester 1 got a call in the Rambler office inviting me to the sneak pre- view of Joe Wright's Pride and prejU(ijce- An avid Jane Austen read- er, I couldn't refuse, and I even convinced one of my guy friends, an avid Keira Knightley fan, to come watch the movie with me. The film followed Austen's text very closely, even down to the word many times. The people who adore the 1995 BBC version with Colin Frith may be a little disap- pointed, but the drop from five hours to two-and-a-half requires leaving some things out. The story takes place in Victorian England and opens up the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

Texas WE (x/V I V E R S / T Y jr in by -ific Iver- I and :ific fevi- lent The The students' voice since 1917 November 16, 2005 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 94, No. News Briefs Vice Presidential Forum SGA will host the Vice Presidential forum on Nov. 17 during free period in the Carter Conference Room. Students are encouraged to attend in order to discuss issues with faculty concerning changes in the GEC, the new housing plan and upcoming campus improvements. Lunch will be provided. For more information, contact SGA at stugov@txwes.edu. Ethics Bowl Results The Wesleyan ethics team attended the South Central Texas Ethics Bowl this past Saturday at St. Mary's University in San Antonio. Wesleyan's team won two out of three rounds. For more informa- tion on the team and how to get involved next semester, contact Callie Matthews at (817) 531- 4908. Chemistry anyone? In spring 2006, the chemistry department will begin offering classes in advanced chemistry and organic chemistry. Those interested...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

2 November 16, 2005 lk ' . The Rambler GEC,/rom page 1 hours) and social (11 hours). "We approved more of a structure rather than the specific courses," Henderson explained. The goal is to have the new GEC included in the new 2006-2007 catalog. This involves getting cours- es submitted from faculty through the GEC Committee and approved by the Academic Affairs Committee before they can be added to the new catalog, according to Henderson. "The faculty's been working on it a long time. We're glad to be through," Pugh said. "Members of the GEC committee will be really interested to see after a few years of the GEC if it's working." Pugh said that if it's not working well for the stu- dents, they will go back to the drawing board. "I'm appreciative of the faculty cooperation in the approval of the new GEC," said Dr. Ibrahim Salih, chair of the Faculty Council. "It will be more student friend- ly for the incoming students from the neighboring insti- tutions." Irish, front page 1 Accordin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

I The Rambler Opinions November 16,2005 3 V- C/5 * J T3 cz> <L> 3 <D O G o £ S-4 •3 <Z> • x: * 5—i o o >> Q U* o Q O S c a *^5 a <L> p u ZJ c Photos by Christine Peircc Supreme Court nominee Alito: Too right or just right? ££ ■PP Zach DAvidson 1 / Photo colirusvol Yahoo'New Oppose It was Oct. 31 that President George W. Bush nominated Federal Appeals Court Judge Samuel Alito to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. It is appropriate that the president chose Halloween to nominate Alito. His nomination should strike fear in every American who believes in privacy, civil rights and gender equity. Alito graduated from Yale Law School in 1975. From 1977 to 1981 he served as Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey. From 1981 to 1985 he was Assistant to Solicitor General Rex E. Lee, and from 1985 to 1987 he was Deputy Assistant to Attorney General Edwin Meese. From 1987 to 1990 he was U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey. From 199...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

4 November 16, 2005 Campus Life The Rambler The Johnl fessoj very do ml ho sal to thl faculj missi| me.' 1| stud> cornil has expel for Adtnl derei vacc] pic dies I "thel goo J yean maul ing, COIll plicl tioiJ bra J abill catJ are men tioil pro thel betl hea 2()| cof Exl talf 461 SGA president wears many hats Nichols organizes, conducts and contributes to 13 organizations Ayah Sayyed SJAH: WRITER Thursdays at 4:03 p.m Hbather Nichols calls the Student Government meeting to order and gets ready for another hour of students working to make Texas Wesleyan a better place. Nichols, a senior political science pre-law major who pians on gbing to law school after graduation makes taking care of her daughter, goinu lo school and being in 13 organizations look easy. However, managing ever. thing at the same time isn'1 what it seems to be. "As many of you know. I don't manage! I have great friends and great members in the organizations that I am in mat suppo'i me and remind me and low .nc t ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

The Rambler Johnson, from page 4 fessors have been very, very helpful in letting nie do my classes by e-mail," he said. "I'm very grateful to the administration and faculty for guidance, pet mission and supporting me." This is not the first study that Johnson has completed with NASA. He has participated in five experiments including one for the Federal Drug Administration for a pow dered form of the typhoid vaccine. This was for peo- ple who were afraid of nee- dles. "By the way." lie said "the vaccine in me is still good for another couple o) years." Johnson said there are many benefits to participat ing, one of which is the conversation piece it sup plies: "The money, educa- tional experience, lab-rat bragging rights, and the ability to stay in bed and catch up on my sleep.' In addition, of coins, are the potential develop- ments for NASA. "I hope my participa- tion will help develop new protocols and medicine fo; the astronauts and hospital bed rest patients, "he The stud\ o| hea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

■ M<& mm 'r W :v-.v^ 6 November 16,2005 Sports Briefs Quick Quotes Sports The Rambler "They work harder andihere is more talent. It meatm.'more to the guys, and they have a harder work last year's team.W -JV head coach Aaron Whaley commenting on what makes this learn better than last year s team. After a great season, both soccer teams fall in regional tournament After a season that saw both the men's and women's soccer teams win a conference title, both soccer teams were bounced from the play- offs in the Region VI tournament. Congratulations to Coach Steve Jones and both teams on a great season. BOX SCORES men's basketball NOV. 8 AT SID RICHARDSON CENTER RAMS I'S. EAGLES Oklahoma Christian (74) Harris 2-8 2-3 6, Baldwin 4-8 0-1 11. Miles 2-7 2-4 6. Page 11-216-8 30, Ripley 3-3 2-2 8. Texas Wesleyan (66) Patterson 5-14 0-0 11, Schilder 2-7 2-2 8. Reasoner 3-4 4-6 11, Hunt 4-14 5-5 13, MeKinney 7-16 0-0 17, Talley 0-0 0-0 0, Abdullah 0-0 0-0 0, Higginbotham 0-0 0-0 0, Etienne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

9 I 1 I :d ■is 1C ic at m :r- s. •h id ee cc cn AO -iy :a- ;ry ng ng ful id. an to The Rambler November 16, 2005 7 iHM SS'Jws# .e,[Women's Basketball Basketball wmm* ■■ ■ S J WtimmMm " ■ ■ _____ (Words from Whaley iV ——■——-— November 16 Mountain View College 19 Southwest Adventist 21 Southwest Adventist 29 Northlake College December 1 Eastfield College 3 Southwest Adventist 6 Dallas Christian Fort Worth 5:30 p.m Keene, Texas 7:30 p.m Fort Worth 5:30 p.m Irving, Texas 3 p.m Kan., one season at College wm he started d. led nd also Mesquite, Texas 7 p.m. Keene, Texas 7:30 p.m. Dallas, Texas 7:30 p.m. Home games in bold *- Denotes conference games A- Denotes doubleheader with Women's Team #- Denotes exhibition game Texas Wesleyan University is a member of the Red River Athletic Conference. What do you think would make us a better team this year, and what are you doing to get to that level? They work harder and there is more talent. It means more to the guys, and they have a harder work ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 16 November 2005

8 November 16, 2005 The Rambler Shawn R. Poling i previews for Zathura debuted, audiences could not ignore the feeling of deja vu. The story, about two brothers who find a magical board game that takes them on adven- tures into space, seemed just like 1995's Jumangi, only with an outer-space theme. • Jumangi, which starred Robin Williams and Kirsten Dunst, was a huge hit for both kids and adults. The story focused on two siblings who find, a jun- gle-themed board game in their attic. As they play the game, it transports different jungle creatures, characters and natural disasters into the home and neighborhood of the siblings. They are forced to endure stampedes, bounty hunters and even a monsoon. Similar is Zathura. Both films were based on chil- dren's books by Chris Van Allsburg. The books were vol- umes in a series that all dealt with supernatural board games. However, the series never got old, and each installment remained fresh and original. Luckily the movies are turning out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

mm m MflMMNPtil Texas W a ht\ University The bier The students' voice since 1917 January 25, 2006 Fori Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 1 News Briefs Ramage now accepting submissions Ramage, Wesleyan's upcoming online literary magazine, is under construction and currently accepting submissions until March 1. Anyone interested in submitting black and white photogra- phy, prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction or any other form of artwork that can be sent electronically can e-mail vt'esley'anramage(a holmail.com for details. Dames at Sea auditions Musical audition will be at 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 2 in Martin Hall. Vocal selections and CDs can be picked up in the theater office. Dance auditions will begin at 5:30 p.m.on Feb. 3 at Martin Flail. Wesleyan Chapel Chapel services con- tinue this semester, and are scheduled for Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Polytechnic United Methodist Church chapel. Stock Show and Rodeo The annual Forth Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is currently in sea son and will continue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

w-'' January 26, 2006 :V* * •' ■:■ '■ ■ ' ■ ' "v' " ' News The Rambler Ethics group probes attitudes toward cheating Whitney Fowler STAFF WRITER The results are in. According to an aca- demic integrity survey conducted at Texas Wesleyan last year, about 60 percent of stu- dents surveyed indicated they believe cheat- ing is generally a common occurrence among others. Most students surveyed also indicated they do not consider it the students' responsi- bility to monitor cheating nor would they report an incident if it occurred. A total of 366 Wesleyan students and 51 faculty members participated in the survey, which was administered by Wesleyan's Ethics Across the Curriculum Committee and Student Government Association in cooperation with the Center for Academic Integrity out of Duke University, developers of the survey. "Academic integrity is not just student cheating, but this survey had to get some sense, and lying, cheating, stealing are sort of the buzz words," said Dr. Ron McMan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

<r*m * t■■ f >#► •« i «•' *' t • r"r*r -V - -V r— V I* v r- ***^ fr -V The Rambler Opinions January 25, 2006 3 §" o | r S <2 c « O Xi •c 3 g o pg |ral is u eE o .S « * E •I te & ^ .2 © *5 a "o S .2,2 '5i 1 B S w E £ g u J3 VI £ O. O e 60 2 ^ /< CJ O £ a> c S3 c3 <L> X> <D •— a> jc O CO (>• 0) 4- 03 bD #C 'C aj +- C/5 '5b <D u> tP o -C -3 'J £ e .2 3 C 3 "5 « 8 3 33 £ fe u ,® a' S E .2 u S I~ e c 2 | S ■« s = ^ 5#! U- -o c SJj 'J -C .- o o E ^ "j ' c ^ £ O ^ g g ^2 Photos by Tyler Atkinson Pay to the order of Texas Wesleyan University The Real World: etter three hours too soon than a minute too late. -William Shakespeare Extenuating Circumstances: 7'think we consider too much the good luck of the early bird and not enough the had luck of the early worm. -Franklin D. Roosevelt Christine Peirce Some think late fees are ridiculous, that they should be ignored and removed under "extenuating circum- stances." However, here is my question: in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

T1* January 25, 2006 The Rambler ParisCoffeeShop> grantsitsguestsoltimeifeelm Before there was a fast- paced, high-priced Starbucks, or a modern America's Best Coffee - Paris Coffee Shop was delivering Fort Worth's morning delights. Paris Coffee Shop, locat- ed at 704 West Magnolia, is more than just a place to get a cup of coffee; it's a place to help bring back that old time feeling. I walked into Paris Coffee Shop and right away my eyes were drawn to the pictures that lined the walls. Pictures of the late Rod Roddy, former announcer of The Price is Right, Miss Texas 2003, Sunni Cranfill, and Fort Worth's Bass family were a few of the faces 1 recognized. Heather Denton, a wait- ress at the coffee shop. pointed Ciara Daly, junior _____ business major, Maria Mendoza, junior journalism major, and myself to a window booth. "How can 1 help you?" she asked in a soft, south- ern accent. I settled for a cup of coffee, Daly ordered a salad and Mendoza Renee Greer ordered tea and homemad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

A"Tf-«,*. i*, «# V* r~ -""V ■ The Rambler Campus Life January 25, 2006 5 Novel brings laughs, tears, need for eating Bon Bons The novel is set in a small town in Minnesota on Freesia Court in the 1960's. After a spontaneous snow- ball fight with her new neighbors (Slip, Audrey, Merit and Kari), Faith Owens finds herself making friends in a town she never thought would be bear- able. After discovering that they all have a mutu- al love of books, they decide to cre- ate a book club. The book club becomes the women's saving grace as they strug- gle through abusive hus- bands, children, AIDS, homosexuality, feminism, adoption and premarital sex. The book follows the four ladies through 30 years of book club meet- ings and succeeds in paral- leling with the times. Each month the ladies hold an "Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons" meeting (AHEB for short) with different book selections and different hosts. The different character- istics of the women require them to tell the story in their ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

l%- :/;J 6 January 25, 2006 The Rambler Sport Briefs Quick Quotes "What counts in sports is not the victory, but the magnificence of the struggle" -Joe Paterno Head coach of Pennsylvania State University's football team Spotlight on.... Senior forward Shawndrika Courtney was named Red River Athletic Conference women's basketball co-player of the week for Jan. 9-15. Did you know In Scotland, a new game was invented. It was entitled S Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden, and thus the word GOLF entered the vocabulary. Sports Trivia Larry Allen was just elected to his 10th Pro Bowl in 2005. Who holds the Cowboys franchise record at II? Stav tuned.. On Deck The week ahead in Wesleyan Sports Men's Basketball 1/25 @ Home 7:30 p.m 1/28 (a- Jarvis College 7:30 p.m 1/30 @ Wiley , 7:30p.m Women'? PasMbaii 1/25 Home ? 5:30 p.m I 2X (a Jarvis College 5:30 p ni 1/30 (ai Wiley College 5:30 p.m Rams Solid and Electric Tenacious defense and clutch scoring keep Wesleyan in position to grind out the win o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 January 2006

- « — -« V l f t I In jd- Igh led Its, nd ton .m. ~he hi is lc Its lid |d- :ir in lo lus ■its lin. ile jhe /an The Rambler Sports January 25, 2006 7 Table tennis player wins second national title TABI.I I I WIS Michael Meier STAFF WRITER In front of an estimated 1,700 spectators, the Rams' Jasna Reed, a graduate student, claimed the U.S. women's singles national title at the USA Table Tennis National Championships. She triumphed over Yao Xi "Crystal" Huang 4-3 at the tournament held Dec. 14-17 in Las Vegas. With the win, the newest addition to the 2006 Texas Wesleyan table tennis team quali- fied for the U.S. National Team, which will participate in the World Championships April 24 to May 1 in Bremen, Germany. Outlasting Huang 12-10, 8-11, 11-9, 11-9, 7-11, 3-11 and 11-6 in the final, Reed claimed her second-ever national singles title. Reed also defeated Huang 4-2 the previous day. "It felt great to win the national title again," Reed said. "Crystal is a great oppo- nent, and J tru...

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