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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

2 March 8, 2006 News The Ramble! —— ; . m. — Colleen Burnie ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR ' This summer Wesleyan will once again host TX Prep, a pre-freshman engineering program for students in seventh through tenth. The program is a state wide summer course that has been offered at Wesleyan since 1998. The program is an enrichment program for student looking to get ahead, and want to go into a math, science or engineering field. Dr. Jane Moore, professor of mathematics at Wesleyan, is the faculty sponsor of the program. According to Moore, the TX Prep courses started at University of Texas at San Antonio and then branched out. There were sites held for the program in Dallas, and then Wesleyan was approached to hold the Fort Worth branch. "We started with maybe 20 kids the first year and have mmmm i Photos courtesy of ww-w.csc.txwes.edu Wesleyan is once again hosting TexPrep, a program that pro- vides students in grades seven io IG u way of getting hands-en experience in the fields of engine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

lis pk >n r 11 ■ itAltdh I liinon ssing iNcal ment near ;s to 3d so their sites, ly in other Neal tranet ready The Rambler Opinions March 8, 2006 3 5/J - 1 rv-. > 2P a Politics more vulnerable than ports Zach Davidson Last October The Wall Street Journal reported that Dubai Ports World (DP World), a state-owned company from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was going to take over opera- tions at 21 U.S. ports. Nobody took much notice of the story then. However, last month the port deal resurfaced in the headlines, focusing particularly —————— on the fact that six major U.S. ports would be part of the deal. The political storm that began has yet to subside. Democrats and Republicans opposed to the deal cite national security concerns in allowing a company based out of Dubai, the country from which two of the 9/11 hijackers came, to operate U.S. ports. DP World will take over operation of the ports in its planned acquisition of the Britain- based company Peninsular and Oriental Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

4 March 8, 2006 Campus Life The Rambler Tuition $14,000. Books $400. College degree...Priceless Maria Mendoza SPORTS EDITOR As college students, there are many fac- tors that separate us. Whether these factors are different majors, organizations or friends, all of us can't relate to everyone. However, there is one aspect of college that we can all relate to: money. As the cost of college increases and soci- ety's spending is increasingly prolific, it is becoming more common for many students to find themselves seeking different options to pay for college and living expenses "It is sad that there is so much debt for people who are so young. We are in debt before we go out into the real world," said Diana Ibarra a senior mass communication major. While universities attempt to alleviate the cost by offering students scholarships, grants and loans, it is almost never enough to cover all the expenses. According to a report published in The Washington Post, the num- ber of students relyin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

s at The Rambler Sports March 8, 2006 5 Sports Briefs Lady Rams end season with loss The Lady Rams basket- ball team suffered a 63-50 loss to Bacone College in the Red River Athletic- Conference Tournament March 2. The Lady Rams led the first half taking their largest lead at 27-18 with 1:46 on the clock. Bacone's Kelly Quillman cut the lead to six with a three pointer with just more than a minute to play. The Warriors cut the lead to three, 27-24, at the break when Camille Thompson hit a half-court shot at the buzzer. The second half was a different story as Bacone took their First lead at 31-29 when Quillman hit from long range shot with 16:20 on the clock Mauri Johnson gave the lead back to the Lady Rams, 35-36, with a jumper midway through the period, but the Warriors 11 points really put a slump in the Rams game 47- 36. The Lady Rams were able to cut the deficit to five at sev- eral points including 55-50 with 1:21 to play. Unfortunately the Warriors were able to pull away in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 2006

' *'* "l", . V*. «, ■ 6 March 8, 2006 Entertainment The Rambla Shawn R. Poling Ultraviolet Mirers Action fans the world over have a brand new heroine to worship. Ultraviolet is the latest flick featuring an extremely hot arse-kicking female, this time played by Milla Jovovich. The film is set in a distant future after a blood-borne virus has torn a rift between the infected (macrophages) and the uninfected (humans). The govern- ment tried to use the virus to create bet- ter warriors (the virus causes changes in humans), but things got out ot control and now the government is attempting to exterminate all the macrophages. Jovovich plays Violet, one of the last remaining macrophages who is fighting to stay alive and find a cure for the virus that is killing her. After becoming twisted up in a government conspiracy, she becomes a target of both sides and has to fight to make things right. Viewers would have to be blind not to see that this film is very similar to last year's Aeon Flux,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

Texas W ■at trs |ii in Is Ible ler- Is a |my ii- li- |e Iten- |e If jthe Jon't our J is "I [My low lo see non of ri . pumc, The bier The students' voiee since 1917 March 29, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 8 News Briefs Return of The Lambler Check inside for The Lambler, The Rambler's April Fool's edition. Don't believe everything you see in print! Paying the Bills Students can now check their balances on RamLink. An unpaid bal- ance can result in held records or a block on reg- istration. Also, students should check their RamMail for a special announcement from the cashier's office. Are You Lost? Wesleyan's last chapel services of the semester are part of a series called "Lost: In Search of Answers." Upcoming services arc Can you prove God exists? (April 4) and What about differ- ent world religions? (April 11). Services are held during free period in the Poly UMC chapel. It's FAFSA time again! Students need to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

2 March 29, 2006 News The Rambler This editio is to be tal April Fool'] Sumners, front page 1 Upon retirement from Congress, Sumners published a book that transmitted his views on the balance between the national and state powers. Sumners then established his scholarship "to encourage the study, teaching and research into the science and art of self-government, to the end that the American people may understand the fundamental principles of democracy and be guided thereby in shaping governmen- tal policies." In addition to receiving financial support, the scholarship recipients are given the opportunity to attend political semi- nars that feature famous politicians. Senior history major Mandy Mcintosh was chosen as a scholar two year ago. According to Mcintosh, the scholarship provides students the opportunity to learn from politicians. "I learned the most from the Ethical Leadership Conferences at [University of Texas] in Austin," said Mcintosh. "Last year Bob Woodward, journalist ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

This edition of The Rambhr is to be taken in jest as it Is April Fool's! '"J®418*"1* Texas Wesleyan University The Lambler li li- iti- lion ISL [glial liranda. larantee (that We (rol, and km the pse that |ith a list eated by li impact leir bod- The students' voice since 1917 April Fool's 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 99 1/2, No. 8 3/4 Stella Collapses! Rambler wrecking crew accidently implodes Stella Russell Hall Demo L Ition STAFF WRITER As of spring break, Stella Russell Hall stands no more. The entire building fell to the ground while renovations were being made to the offices of The Rambler, the Wesleyan newspaper. "All we wanted was a more open space," said Kelli Lamers, faculty adviser to The Rambler. "We didn't know that one vision would end in disaster." Two of the paper's edi- tors were in the office when it all went down, literally. The two Rambler offices in Stella were separated by one wall, and the staff wished since moving to the location a few years ago that they could ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

, - > The Lambler April Fool's Day Edition 2 Extra-terrestrial visitors inhabit Martin Hall Britney Spears lends expertise to grateful vocal music majors mm Photo courtcsy of ixwes.edu Martin Ha!l, used to its ghostly visitations, has recently added extra-terrestrial beings to the list of its inhabitants. Strange lighting and unusual sounds have been reported at all hours of the evening. An investigation is underway. Ali N. Mars STAFF WRITER The newly-renovated Martin Hall in Texas Wesleyan's Ann Waggoner Annex has been the source of an interesting investiga- tion. While there have always been rumors of ghosts, the hall seems to now be the home and land- ing point for some extra- terrestrials. "We're not sure about anything yet, but NASA has been sending teams out every few days to deter- mine if the creatures are in fact from outer space. If this is true, Wesleyan will have a lot to boast about," said one of the schools administrators, who pre- ferred to remain anony- mous until...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

The Rambler Sports March 29, 2006 5- They almost turned into pumpkins Wesleyan's 'Cinderella story' comes to a fairytale end just in the nick of time them more NAIA championships Ind bve ira- |cy. ian Ima Lnd d" |Plls |e a fau. roes do hwer of |nity. the ce. a the Icon- ear. I Sports Briefs Quick Quotes " The team is great; everyone gets along really well and we have so much talent. I am never worried when we are behind in a game. I just know that someone is fixing to get our bats going, and once we have that one great hit, it really is repetitive within the team." -Head so/ihall coach Shannon Cower, on her team \ chemistry This Day in Sports History 1867 - Cy Young, base- ball player, was born 1976 - Jennifer Capriati, American tennis player was born 1944- During a Pacific- Coast League exhibition game. Oakland lends Los Angeles players after five teammates suf- fer an assortment of injuries in a car accident. L.A beats Oakland, 6-2. 2002- Major League Baseball announces there will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 2006

6 March 29, 2006 Entertainment The Rambler Professor duo tickles th£ ivories again "We are both fairly even-keeled people with a goofy sense of humor and our approach to music is similar.." —Dr. Bruce McDonald Professor o f Religion Tiara Nugent CONTRIBUTING WRITER The final of the two Ban- Piano Dedication Concertr K|led Martin Hall with melodious sound the evening of March 23, as Wesleyan professors John Fisher and Dr. Bruce McDonald performed selections of Chopin, Brahms and Rachmaninoff. The concert hall hosted a supportive audience for the occasion, a group quick to supply enthusiastic applause as the final notes of each expertly performed piece faded away. This performance marked the third Fisher-McDonald collaboration, the result of a friendship founded on the basis of a mutual enjoyment of music. "Musicians just find each other," music chairman Fisher explains. "The topic of music sooner or later comes up in friend-to-friend conversation, and a com- __________ mon affection ...

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

■ x:. M f tj.t' t w'.u- f t t + ■■*> +■ ~ ft j f,l f r « . • v • . i S%.■ ■ 4f■ ■ '■ "M <| -« * ■ • 1 ■ •*** • \ jm n i * i- , ,.,.4^', t Texas WE n 1 v e r s 1 t y In. , pumc, discounted 15 p.m. Day The The students' voice since 1917 April 5, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 9 News Briefs Buy some books and then some cheesecake! On April 6, Sigma Tau Delta, the English honor society, will hold a book/bake sale on the front steps of the library. Gently used book prices range from 50 cents to 75 cents and higher for used textbooks. Also on sale will be cheesecake and other baked goodies with everything priced at a dol- lar or less. Paying the Bills Students can now check their balances on RamLink. An unpaid bal- ance can result in held records or a block on reg- istration. Also, students should check their RamMail for a special announcement from the cashier's office. Volunteer for table ten- nis tournament The Table Tennis team is seeking volun- teers to help run the upcomin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 2006

w> w 2 April 5, 2006 News The Rambler Options for financial aid are everywhere Shawn R. Poling & Colleen Burnie SENIOR STAFF Paying for college is a challenge that few .students can tackle on their own. Wesleyan stu- dents are no exception to this rule. The financial aid department is given the task of being the medium between the students and the people who want to award money. "Now is the time to get your financial aid worked out for the fall," said Anna Perez, loan officer at Wesleyan. According to Maria Cardenas, financial aid officer, opportunities for aid are constantly increasing. There is also a variety that should offer something for everyone. For instance, there is a scholarship for the women of Alpha Xi Delta, an award offered by the Women's Club of Fort Worth and the Hatton Sumners Scholarship. More information on these scholarships is available in the financial aid office, where there is always a board cov- ered with available scholarships. Cardenas said the boar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 2006

' • ■.r.x i if. t.i iS.t •**,•+* n' r *r '< i <4 ■#•**« jl< m jm rtt m***.'** * f ' The Rambler Opinions April 5, 2006 3 DO Jtf Q. Uj u § ^ , «■> C/3 03 GJ <D '> >> O C/3 E S <D r- s P ^ <D — C/5 <+- > O & o- d> 3 0 >> 3 * c 1 > °<S CJ i ; = * £ i -- « s : #* < ««* .w C -w 90 JS Photos by Ginny T hompson Congress debates Xenophobic legislation Reforms on illegal immigration seek either to deport or to give guest worker status to 11 million Zach Davidson In American politics, there are certain issues that we can never seem to resolve. They are nascent for a period of time, and then reappear on the political scene as the hot button issue of the day. The political issue du jour is immigration. Immigra- tion and border security have been among the immediate concerns on many peoples' minds since the September 11th terrorist attacks. Everybody agrees that this nation must do something to prevent those who wish America ill from ente...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 2006

' 4 April 5, 2006 Campus Life The Rambler Students kick off spring in Spain Maria Mendoza SPORTS EDITOR - •• As students, learning about dif- ferent cultures can be very interest- ing. However after a while the words and the pictures on the pages begin to all blend together. When that happens, many professors start looking for methods to make each location more memorable. Dr. Amy Bell, assistant Spanish professor, did just that. In conjunc- tion with her Spanish 3315 (Hispanic History and Culture) class she, along with a group seven students, traveled across the Atlantic to get a taste, touch and feel of what the Spanish culture is all about. "I wanted to go to Spain because of the magnificent cathe- drals. I also wanted to see the art- work and the parks we had been studying," said senior Spanish major Juan Hernandez. The trip, which was taken through EF Tours, provided the group with a full-time bilingual tour director who escorted them to Madrid and the Sun Coast, which includes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 2006

T^WJCffJT'A' ff'ffjtit'* i ■ «|3W "«**.*• irfUNMtp Mf *rn* **+*+*<**■* #• •• «■ * ■•• r* -r r *• light lid'H h arc body In. h suit loda- piita- Ibout )ly is Ictice Iisana |\ itie.s :tive. I one'5 life Jail: it Iphys- py to look- fact ic- tiat to to be [is well in the ire that ► en me ► IS The Rambler Sports Briefs Quick Quotes "Don't measure yourself by what you have accomplished, but by what you should accomplish with your ability." -John Wooden Former UCLA Head coach and member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame This Day in Sports History 1935- Gene Sarazen hit "the shot heard round the world," scoring a double eagle on the par-5 15th hole to tie Craig Wood and force a playoff. Sarazen won the 36-hole playoff the next day by five strokes. 1978 - Stephen Jackson, American basketball player was born. 2005- The Washington Nationals, formerly known as the Expos, lose their inaugural season opener bowing to the Phillies, 8-4. The franchise, which played its initial 36 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 2006

6 April 5, 2006 Entertainment The Ramblei Spring in Tort Worth A sneak peek at what the area has to offer this season 41 ■$ ♦% , Tiara Nugent STAFF WRITER So another winter lies behind us, as the landscape begins casting a green hue and temperatures turn pre- dominantly warm. Spring fever is claiming many a mind. The home stretch of the semester demands our attention, but try giving your brain a rest, and satisfy that springtime cra^ng by indulging in various attrac- tions offered in the Metroplex. If you are a nature lover, the Dallas Arboretum is the place to go. Boasting one of the top five display gardens in North America, the Dallas Arboretum show- cases more than 500.000 blossoms, including those thousands adorning the 15-foot "Eiffel Flower" dis- play, this year's festival theme. The calming beauty will leave you breathless, mvw.dallasarboretum.org Want to invest in the community while soaking up sunshine and the smell of roses? Try another nature- grabber. the Fort Worth Bot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2006

i ey#^Si55 #'- a4' 55ji55jSSI ***2jS 9 ■«►■> ■*•• i Texas W E A" l E^ Y A AT (7 A/ I V E R S I T Y The The students' voice since 1917 April 12, 2006 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 95, No. 10 |in. lure and I the <ou lias ng) lias elp ou the oort fing. for Bony the ffl R |\my just Igers I n I corn [inch [n up ■ •; & % ■ i nah Usman media . pumc, 15 p.m. on: all day Meeting: News Briefs What's Your View? The Texas Wesleyan chapter of the College Democrats will host an informational booth set- up in front of the student union building during free period on April 25. Free hot dogs and candy will be served. Come by, grab a bite, and discover what your political views really are. Paying the Bills Students can now check their balances on RamLink. An unpaid bal- ance can result in held records or a block on reg- istration. Also, students should check their RamMail for a special announcement from the cashier's office. Are You Lost? Wesleyan's last chapel services of the semester are part of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2006

2 April 12, 2006 News The Ramble campus uncleanliness The Ri Ginny Thompson CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR The Student Union Building is constantly filled with hungry students trying to fit in a quick bite to eat between classes or a quick study group before a big test. This haste, however, is leaving many students unhappy with the irre- sponsibility displayed by certain members of the Wesleyan community who frequent the SUB and continually leave their messes behind them. Student Government Association and other campus groups are getting complaints from concerned students who say it is becoming increasingly impossible to find a clean table to sit at, and there is often food on the floor to step over. Why? Because students leave it there. According to Joanne Oport, secretary of SGA, it has to stop. "It's embarrassing." said Oport. "How is it possible that someone who is supposed to be an adult, someone who has just finished high school, can be so irresponsible? How can they go into the SUB, orde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 April 2006

* 'Kilt: J'-\. - -\rif--i- /'VV.'Wf :«"V- .•> , > M.* The Rambler Opinions April 12, 2006 3 f !i |rs a a ins lug jps Idy ' f St) « OD > -s T3 rr cd S8 £ £ s2 I E •£ ■I'5 u o o £ c *" i2 - I MS" f Hi ; m* S ^ £ > 3J "O 91 I A u « a E e ■= Im </ i © — U •- cx T3 F. C Photos by <lint.y Thompson Students express concerns through protests Demostrate in a peaceful manner, please Tyler Atkinson hen many of the stu- dent protesters in California walked out of class, they showed their protest to the immigration bills not by walking to a city hall or writing letters to congressmen. These dis- graceful students participat- ed in an action that offends the very core of what it means to be an American. The student protesters in California stormed their school's flagpole and hoisted a Mexican flag to the top with an upside down American flag underneath it. Although the Supreme Court would most likely view this as simply political speech, I believe that the majority of Americans,...

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