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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 2006

4 February 15, 2006 Campus Life The Rambler The Rambler The CHEESEBURGERS WON'T HAVE TO GIVE ANY Ml W hi JrBHmI m I PLASMA FOR. Idllar enu i'm lovin' it To StBK or to SWlM? Photo by Renee Greer Adam Harrison, junior recreation diving minor, prepares to take part in swim class, one of the physical education classes offered at YVeslevan. f\f Mice and Men \Jis a literary classic written by the Nobel Prize winner John Steinbeck and is well known after being adapted as a Broadway play, three movies and on television. None of these renditions, however, can com- pare to the Depression-era story stands the test of time 4* Adrienne Cannadav Lenny's size. The turn of events becomes another hardship the two men must endure another obstacle, keeping them from their dream of hap- piness. Of Mice and Men is a classic piece of literature that one must read, not because of its BOOK REVIEW ness, but Of Mice By: John Retail: novella written in 1937. John Steinbeck wrote the novel during the great dep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 2006

The Ramhler Campus Ljfe February 15, 2006 5 D.A.T.E. promotes agenda of equality New group initiates a fresh spin on an old concept Shawn Poling NEWS EDITOR Many groups and organizations are finding their voices on campus lately. Wesleyan now has College Democrats and Republicans. The Ramage will allow artists of all kind to their own creative voice heard in an online forum. Another group on campus finding its voice is D.A.T.E. The group (whose title stands for Diversity, Acceptance. Tolerance and Equality) actually got its start in the fall of 2004. Linda Lee. a senior interdisci- plinary studies major, arrived in '04 with hopes of start- ing a gay. lesbian, bisexual and transgender group or a gay and straight alliance. "I wanted there to be a place that allows those who wanted to 'come out' to do so in a secure and support- ive environment." said Lee. Lee soon found out that there was previously a G.L.E.E. (Gays. Lesbians and Everyone Else) club that met on campus before that poin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 2006

6 February 15, 2006 Sports The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick Quotes " If a tie is like kiss- ing your sister, losing is like kissing your grandmother with her teeth out." —Kansas City Royals hall of fame thinI baseman George Brett Sports Trivia last week's question Q: Who became the first African American Major League Baseball player of the modern era in 1947? A: Jackie Robinson This week's question Q: Which baseball hall of famer collected 16 total bases in a single game ? Stay Tuned... This Day in Sports History... 1898 - Allen YVoodring, American runner, was born. 1958- Major League Baseball moved to California. As the Giants and Dodgers played their first games on the Pacific- Coast. Playing in Seals Stadium in San Francisco, the Giants' Ruben Gomez shut out the Dodgers. 8-0. Did you know... ABC sold 30-second spots during Super Bowl XL for between $2.5 million and $2.6 million, which is a record price for Super Bowl ads. The name "Super Bowl" w as Inspired bv the daugh- ter of La...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 2006

Jf t * ' W The Rambler Sports February 15, 2006 7 Snorts Preview ( Mikel Sparks, InfieldeT) Q. How do you like Wesleyan and the baseball program so far? A, I love it here. The people I have met around campus are really friendly, and the guys on the basball team are a great bunch and tons of fun.The coaches are very knowledgeable about the game. Q. What is your outlook for this season? Photo by tencc Greer A. My outlook for the season is for the team to get a lot of wins and also to bring home a championship trophy. Q. What do you personally hope to accomplish this year? A. This year I'm going to redshirt. I will dedicate this year to develop my skills and getting myself ready to play next year. Photo by sports information office Upcoming Games February 15 16 18 19 25 Denotes number of games/innings *1x9 A2x7 ! #1x7 UT- Tyler* Tyler 3 p.m. Oklahoma Baptist UniversityA Fort Worth 1 p.m. William Jewell college A Fort Worth Noon Concordia University*# Austin 2 p.m. Oklahoma CityA Fort W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 15 February 2006

8 February 15, 2006 Entertainment The Rambler Shawn R. Poling Horrtr remake plm One of the most popular urban leg- ends of all time is the one about the babysitter who gets threatening phone calls from a man, only to find out that he's in the house with her and that he has the children. We've all heard that story in some shape or form. One of the most popular forms of that tale is the 1979 version of When a Stranger Culls, starring Carol Kane. Now that film version has been remade ~~""""~~~~ with a new young starlet reprising the roll of the doomed babysitter. Jill Johnson. Camilla Belle (do you remember that girl who was attacked on the beach in the first minutes of The Lost World?That's her!) makes the transformation from Disney Channel vixen (Beach Girls) to strong female lead effort- lessly. As the storyline moves forward and her character receives more and more threatening phone calls from the mystery man. she becomes more and more frantic and anx- ious. while making the audien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

TEX A_S W £ .mpvy A AK 0 N I V E R S I T The The students' voice since 1917 February 22, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 5 News Briefs Proof continues its run Theatre Wesleyan fin- ishes the last performanc- es of the production of Proof based on the play by David Auburn. Proof will commence Feb. 25- 26 in the Thad Smotherman Theatre. General admission is $6, but only $2 for stu- dents with their school ID. Admission for faculty and staff is $4. For more information call Theatre Wesleyan at (817) 531- 4211 from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. College Democrats The newly established College Democrats will meet during free period on Feb. 23 inAMB 124. Faculty Recital Voice and opera instructor Julie McCoy will hold her faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 28 in Martin Hall. Fellowships available for future teachers Students planning to attend graduate classes and who want to teach American history, American government or social studies to grades seven-12 could be eligi- ble fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

2 February 22, 2006 -4- News The Rambler! WON'T HAVE TO InT mmm ■ icili PLASMA FOR. (jolhr fflTfemr i'mlovin'if Nici Sandberg STAFF WRITER Although the redevelopment of store- fronts across the street from campus was scheduled to begin in January, Wesleyan has yet to purchase the property. However, Texas Wesleyan is still pursing the pur- chase. "I hoped to have a contract in January," said University President Hal Jeffcoat. "We were not able to achieve that goal." Based on a plan presented to Fort Worth City Council in a pre-council meeting last August, Texas Wesleyan would purchase and renovate 35,000 square feet of boarded up storefronts on East Rosedale making the area more useful to students. City officials said at that time that negotiations should be finalized by year's end, with construction beginning in January and estimated completion time of 18 months. Jeffcoat is still in communications with the city of Fort Worth about the project, and he expects contract negotiations t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

The Rambler Opinions February 22, 2006 3 se pec- "the lage, the mth. len's said 3lay- h the enda ulate s for >era- d to emic ig to tradi- for ;iona! ler on les at Table, to be e and must bar- ions." C3 O C/5 - <D • -H O > fcs H—( U 3 c^- u. o C/2 C/5 O ^ O c/D Jr "-1 Qn irfe J Photos by Tyler Atkinson Keth Lamers.. adviser Renee Giver, photo alitor Mario Mendoza. sports editor Colleen Burnie. entertainment editor Ginnv Thompson, campus life editor \ ) 'What Would Muhammad Do?' Ayah Sayyed 'ou do not do evil to those who do evil to you, but you deal with them with forgiveness and kindness." (Sahih Al-Bukhari) The past weeks have held ——-————— many significant events in the world, the most promi- nent being the beginning of the Olympics, which were marked by an amazing opening .ceremony. Everyone was up and at it. But a few things in the Muslim world made the Olympics bittersweet. The first thing is the one-year anniversary of the death of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Harrir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

4 February 22,2006 Campus Life The Rambler amous coming-of-age novel sparks controversy Adrienne Cannaday I~ n J.D. Salinger's brilliantly dark coraing-of-age novel, Holden Caulfield, a 17-year- old prep school troublemaker, relates his lonely, 24-hour stay in New York City as he experiences what he calls the phoniness of the adult world and attempts to cope with the past death of his younger brother. Holden begins his ____ journey once he BOOK REVIEW is terrified of returning home to his ———— parents with the news of another fail- ure. With the decision to embark on an adventure before facing his par- ents, Holden travels to New York with the hopes of some excite- ment. Despite Holden's experiences involving sex, alcohol and a few dates with a nice girl, his negative disposi- tion on life makes every experience he has either a phony or a lousy one. Throughout his weekend in New York, Holden contemplates the death of his brother. The only possession Holden has of his brother's is an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

iJhiZiS . t ; *• „ i I j6 February 22, 2006 *■-* .-• WF 'V$ S}>': r< The Rambler : Sports Briefs :: Quick Quotes ; - " I wanted to have a career in < sports when t was young, but I •'.had to give it up. I'm only 6 feet tall, so I couhtn 't play basket- ball. I'm only 190 pounds, so I - couldn't play football. And I have 20-20 vision, so 1 couldn't be a referee." - Comedian and late night talk show host Jay Leno This Day in Sports History 1980-The United States ice hockey team defeats the Soviet Union team, 4-3, at the 1980 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, New York, in an upset dubbed the "Miracle on Ice". 1950 - Julius Erving, bas- ketball hall of famer was born. 1938- The St. Louis Cardinals sign Ail- American and NFL Washington Redskins' quarterback Sammy Baugh as an infielder. Sports rri • • Trivia last week's question Q: Which baseball hall of famer collected 16 total bases in a single game ? A: Ty Cobb This week's question In 1933, this man became the last ama- teu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

2 4. lis id so s, 's The Rambler Sports February 22, 2006 7 Women earn much-needed win over Huston-Tillotson University WOMEN'S BASKETBALL chad wylie EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The Texas Wesleyan women's basketball team was hoping to end a three game losing streak when they welcomed in Huston-Tillotson University to the Sid Richardson gymnasium on Feb. 13. Their hopes were well-read as they edged out a tight game by the score of 54-52 thanks to a timely free throw late in the game. Huston-Tillotson jumped out to a 24-14 lead early on, but a couple of layups from junior forward Pilar Pinkus and a trey from junior guard Britney Helton helped the Lady Rams get to within three at 24-21. Later on in the half, Wesleyan would tie the game at 27, and Mauri Johnson drove the length of the floor and hit a layup at the buzzer to put the Lady Rams up 29-28 at the half. In the second half, it was a very close game, with Wesleyan only able to get ahead by as many as six at 49- 43. H-TU then went on a 8-1 ru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 2006

fX ?; ,r •* ■ m WBfi §M 8 February 22, 2006 The Rambler Kramer earns far stars Font Worth's Art Legacy Colleen Burnie The trend for today's action and hor- ror movies is to turn to the shock- ing. It seems to be pleasing crowds everywhere. After all, Saw and Hostel drew big crowds and rave reviews, especially among the male college crowd. This movie will also draw the attention of the college guys. I'm not a big fan of mob movies. Honestly, I'm not sure that before Running Scared I'd ever seen one all ' the way through. However, I've heard enough about them and heard enough of my friend's reac- tions to them to know that most of the mob movies that are done well are well received by our age group. Running Scared features Joey (Paul Walker), a low- level mobster whose job is to clean up the messes that the Italian mob makes. Joey is given a very distinctive gun that the mob used in the murder of a dirty cop and told to dis- pose of it. However, before he does, a preteen from next doo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

Texas W ( A N U\N I V E R S I T Y The bier The students' voice since 1917 *y t P iv *1 , lip HIS March 1, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 6 I News Briefs Women's Club Scholarship Tarrant County resi- dents (three-plus years) with good character and drive to complete school could be eligible. For more information, contact the financial aid office, loctaed in the administra- tion building. Cliburn Concert Cliburn Concerts present the violinist Joshua Bell at 8 p.m. on March 1 at Bass Performance Hall. Available tickets run from S20 to S75. For more information go to www.basshall.com. Faculty Magic Show Dr. Richard Rodriguez will be putting on a chemistrv magic show on March 3 in the Science Lecture Theater. Fveryone is welcome. Jazz Band Concert The Texas Wesleyan Jazz Band will perform in a concert at 7:30 p.m. on March 7 in Martin Hall. International Fair Students wishing to explore other countries without paying big bucks can pay a visit to the annual International Fair. Booths...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

' 2 March 1,2006 The The Rambler TWU College Day continues to thrive Shawn R. Poung NEWS EDITOR One of Wesleyan's great traditions, University College Day, is once again approaching. This is a special day when stu- dents can be publicly recognized for how much they know. "This program seeks to recognize our students for their academic work by providing them an opportunity to present their scholarship to the rest of the academy," said Dr. Linda Carroll, English professor and chair of the committee for University College Day. "This event not only encourages our students to strive for excellence, but also it affords faculty an opportunity to cele- brate our students' learning in disciplines other than our own, cross-campus." In its eighth year at Wesleyan, UCD will be held on April 4 with different events and presentation at various locations and times. The theme is different every year, this yeai's being "The Cosmos of Discovery," inspired by Shakespeare's quote "O this learning, what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

The Rambler if *v- ng rm ter lo- re E £ § .£ 2ii o c o o TZ •J j22 7. o 5 r C- •s. Q o i— rj o u. CL r— rz 2 C3 i- rj is . M c o U) JZ ■y. * o r >-> 'J 5 /. si -2 -o C- . ~ o rj Q X j*. CO H rj % rj C/5 V3 p 2 Q "rj o s r- O- X) t: I t: o uu T3 C 2 5 C7> <L> 6D c 3 -3 o o jc C/3 £ 33 1) r 1 5X) r- S. — / = S = b.'P i M ra .E ° — w o ~ £ ^ 7 — 2 E> o £ rj -c ,> Abl Photos hv Tvler Atkinson Opinions March 1,2006 3 P3 5A 'Hello, this is George. Are you a terrorist?' Would wire tapping give the federal government too much power? Zach Davidson The fourth amendment to the United States Constitution states, "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no war- rants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." The question of the powers of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

: ' 4 March 1,2006 Campus Li[e The Rambler "The images of beauty pro- duced by the media in maga- zines have, for the most part, negative effects on the women who read them. Magazine paper shows only the external, brushed-up, skin-deep ver- sion, and we see too much of appearances already. In our world of connect-or-be-damned pop-ups, ads, PDAs, and ipods, people have become image- dependent, unimaginative vessels that seek to fill themselves with other people's visible affirmation. This whole issue is a sign of a larger cultural phe- nomenon that I will very simply call 'selfishness.' Patriarchal consumerist capitalism thrives upon humans judging themselves by others' standards, buying products to look better for others, and con- forming to a narrow ideal of what is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. All the while, the world keeps on hurting, and people keep on needing. The media's approach to body image is just one example of how we have turned individualism into a sycophantic art...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

5 March 1, 2006 Sports The Rambler t- Sports Briefs Hunt hits 19000 and leads Rams to blowout win The Wesleyan men's bas- ketball team out-shot and out- rebounded Bacone College on Feb. 23, winning 87-58. Senior guard Ben Hunt had a milestone day, becoming the 18th member of the Wesleyan 1,000 point club. The Rams used the long ball to hold off Bacone throughout the game, hitting 10 three-pointers. Meanwhile, the Rams held Bacone to 37 per- cent shooting and earned a rebounding advantage of 17 boards. The Rams displayed a balanced attack, as five players reached double- figures in scoring. Junior guard Evan Patterson had 20 points with 13 rebounds, and junior forward Nino Etienne had seven rebounds and assists to go along with his 13 points. Hunt surpassed 1,000 points in style, showing why he is a six-time RRAC player of the week this season with 14 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists. -Maria Mendoza Sixth time 's the charm The Wesleyan women's basketball team (13-14, 11-7 RRAC) final...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 2006

6 March 1, 2006 Entertainment The Ramble Female composer offers musical insight Rachel Perkins \earing good music is always a treat, and Valentine's Day music Jovers received the equivalent of candy and flowers in the pres- ence of composer Gwyneth Walker. She visited Wesleyan with a pres- entation of excellent choral singing together with other fine choral pieces sung by the Singing Girls of Texas. Presented in a composer's forum. Walker spoke candidly to several music students and professors about her life and composing process. As she sat on a desktop, a bright smile, relaxed manner and an informal stance displayed her ease and joy with her life and chosen profession. Hailing from Braintree, Vt., where she lives on a dairy farm. Walker first pursued physics as a major in college, a legacy from her father. However, her lifelong passion of writing and arranging music since age 2 soon won out, and she began the formal study of music, earning degrees from Brown University and Hartt S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

5ft ■ 0- ¥ *- •• - p+ f. ■* m0v w ►..*-** «. Wmrs Texas We s l e zy a a/\ Q~\n i v e r s i t y The The students' voice since 1917 March 8, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 7 News Briefs Time for Registration Now is the time to register for both summer semesters and next fall. It is also the time for stu- dents to declare a major, change a major or to make a change in advis- ers. All of the necessary forms are available online and can be submitted to the office of student records. Students are also encouraged to check the Ramlink service (at www.txwes.edu) to verify that their majors and advisers are correct. Student Recital Sharon Milas, senior vocal music major, will perform her senior recital at 7:30 p.m. on March 9 in Martin Hall. The per- formance is open to the public and will features slections such as / Want Magic from A Streetcar Named Desire. International Fair Students wishing to explore other countries without paying big bucks can pay a visit to the annual Internationa...

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