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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

February 14, 1995 I i> 2© 5 The Rambler Lady Rams work to improve in conference By Dominick Mastrangelo The Rambler The University of Mary Hardin* BayJor walked into the Sid W. Richardson Center on Jan. 2K ranked 20 in the nation. They were looking to improve their position against Texas Wesley an. The Rams had other ideas in mind as they man-handled the Crusad ers en route to a 89 - 74 romp. Upset-minded Wesleyan showed up m hard hats and lunch pails poised in give the conference leader UMHB a tough night. Wesleyan had live play- ers scoring in double digits, led by guard Susie Mays with 25. Mays, Wesleyan's long distance threat, hit all live of the Rams' three-pointers Coach Vicki Nelms credited the heads up play of Iter team to the win "We played smart Cici (Richardson) wji falling out ol bounds and called a time out, then we go down and score," said Nelms "Another time we had a girl falling out of bounds and she throws it off an opponent's leg. Smart plays like that were key....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 14 February 1995

February 14, 1995 Page 6 Thb Rambler Rams' bad luck continues . f m Dommick Ma-stiaogelo Rambler Sports The men's basketball team re- mained winles* in the Heart of Texas Conference a* Incarnate Word kept Wesleyan at arms length en route to an 87-71 win last Wednesday. The Crusaders went on a 9-0 run 10 start, the- game, only to >ee it slip u\\a>. a*. Wesleyan posted their big- gest. and only lead of the game 36-33 with 4 40 left in the halt VVeslevan left their radars in the locker, room," connecting on only 6 of 29 three point' attempts. Jon Hubbard and ke\ in Dudley hit two three point- ers apiece for the Rams. I VV.C. wasted no time in the sec- ond half adding to iheir.four point half- time lead, with an 8-0 run, keeping Wesleyan at arms length for the rest of the game. The Rams, without their floor leader hums who was out with the flu, pulled the deficit to (> with about nine minutes to play. But that was as close as they'd get, as the Crusaders slowly began to pull aw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

V'jT/%. Hoop it up highlights...see sports on page 4 TUC T? AA/TDT CD I Mi" XV A1VInLcK February 22, 1995 Ti:xas Whsi.i'-yan University Fort Worth, Texas Festival recognizes play By Stephen English I he Rambler Two Texas Wesleyan theater stu- ilents showcased theii abilities at the regional festival of'the Kennedy Cen- ter American College Theatre f estival (ACTl ) at the University of Arkansas- l ayetteville on February IX. Life was Precious Then, a play by junior Cieorgianna Hatcher, will be directed by senior'Kevin Skipper at the festival. Both students said they con- sider the invitation to the festival to be a prestigious honor. "It's a highly selective process," Hatcher said. "I'm not sure, but I may be the only person in Texas to be go- ing to regional in my category." Wesleyan will be one of three col- lege theater programs from Texas, New Mexico. Arkansas, l.ouisianna, and Oklahoma attended the leitival "(The honor) shows all the hard vu>rk Cieorgianna and everyone else ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

Kim Laster, Editor Elizabeth Lamb, Managing Editor The Rambler Opinions Michael Brandon, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate PresiJ, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Racism alienates campus community To the campus community: Recently, a member of our campus community received an anonymous hate letter. Of course, hate letters arc usually anony- mous because it's "the only way the ignorant anil cowardly can feel powerful. This situation is one which 1 never expected to experience on the Wesleyan cam- pus. I'm not simply saddened, I am disgusted. I'm not disap- pointed, I am angry. It 'is vitally important that each and every one of our students, as well as each and every member of the faculty and staff, understand that this blatant act of bigotry is more than ample grounds for expulsion or dismissal. Institutions of higher educa- tion are supposed to encourage conversation among diverse cul- tures and creeds. We are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

Diversions The Rambler w Humanity inhabits community By Christy Awad The Rambler Saturday, February 11, was a mixture of near- freezing temperatures and rain. And a group of l e x as Wesley ar) and Haltom High School students who refused to be daunted It was Weslcyan's first Habitat for Humanity project of the semester, and the group went to work until noon, despite the closure of other Habitat work cites due to the weather. 'f he students, most of whom are members of Baptist Student Movement, worked on organizing the Habitat warehouse where donated materials are stored. Habitat for Humanity is a nation-wide organi- zation with the purpose of providing housing for those in need. Volunteers help to build or repair houses. Wesley an docs nut have its own chapter, bat said community outreach chairperson Mary Hendrickson, We're in the process of working on that " ' Student life director Claire Graham said'there will be a meeting at Dora Roberts Cafeteria on March 6 with Habitat's nation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

PORTS The Rambler Rams rattled By Khampha Bouaphanh The Rambler It was not a good night for Wesley an basketball, Wednesday. Both the men's and women's teams lost to St Mary's University. Had it been a 20 minute game, things might have been different. Ihe l.ady Kams would have won it 31-28 at the half and the Rams might have stood a chance. Hut nevertheless, college basket- ball is a -t() minute game and both Wesleyan teams faced a terrible ob- stacle in the second half of the game. The l ady Rams played impres- sively against a tough full court press out scored the Lady Rams 49-2? in the sccond half enrouie. to a final 77-53 victory. ■ The Lady Rums were lead by post, Susan Sherwood, who played an outstanding game with 13 points and 11 rebounds. Ctci Richardson contrtb Math Tutoring StateCertified MathTutor Available for all levels of math Call John at 572-1381 TRAFFIC TICKETS Defended, bui only in Arlington. Fort Worth, and elsewhere in Tarrant Couiuy. " • No promises us to result...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

Campus The Rambler Singers featured on radio Jiy Carey Reynolds The Rambler The Wesleyan Singers and ihe J-ort .Worth's Men Chorus performed iM|isic of the British Isles" last Otto tier ui Polytechnic Methodist Church ;mk1 St. Stephen Presbyterian Church !♦> I'ort Worth. The performance was broadcast Feb. 12 on WRR.-FM HJ 1.1. The selection included music from Great Britain as old as 300 years well as music from tins centiiry. Roger Keele, accompanist to the department, vocal coach, and director of the opera program, was the found- ing director of the Chorus in 1993 and Continues to direct it. The Men's Chorus is a commu- nity chorus with 30 members on aver* age The men do two or three major performances a year in addition to smaller ones, bringing the total to about 20 per year One place they have performed is Trinity Terrace, a retire- ment home. Keele's duties as director are nu- merous. "I audition the men, organize them, choose the music, program what is going to be performe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 February 1995

Thh. Rambler Singers from pg. 5 ral program at Wesleyan, began as director of the Wesley an Sin^-ei tiu- years ago. He has also begun another small singing group, the Wesleyan Trouvdres, which is a chamber choir with 10 members this semester The Wes|eyan Singers began 50 years ago when Wesleyan lirst be* c'ame Texas Wesleyan College It was founded by Walter Lynn, who retired and still lives in the area There are 38 members this semester, down from last semester. The Singers do four perfor- mances a year like the Trouveres. The Singers did the British Isles selection in October, Lessons in Carols in De- cember. Opera Suzanna was can celled for the spring, and they will perform Vivaldi's Gloria and Poulenc's Gloria with the l irst United Methodist Church in Fort Worth on May 7 at 7 p.m. Fourteen students have applied and been accepted at Wesleyan for the fall semester, and their applications for the music program are sitting on Walter's desk. "We've gotten in a position where the, art...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Students iiPKl first signs of spring •A * ■I v- . ■ The mm* S A israw i&R- 4 iw5 ui March I, 1995 This Issue Pg2 Diversions pg3 Life pg4 ■ ' •• pg 5 & 6 Entertainment pg i About The Town Pg 8 Tl:xas Wksi.kyan University Fort Worth, Texas Youth breaks into Sig Ep house H By Stephen Knglish The Rambler Some guys would do anything to get into a fraternity. I on Worth police arrested a 17 year old male lor bryaking into the Sigma Phi Fpsilon fraternity house at 3300 Avenue (' on Jan. 26 at approxi- mately 3:1 5 a.m., according to Charles McCorkle, director ol the Department ol Security and Safety ai Wcsleyan. Sigma I'lu Hpsilon president Scott 'Able anil Chris Masingill, vi'ce presi- dent of the Student Government and a Sigma Phi Fpsilon member, said they suspected someone had been break- ing into the house for about a month prior to the youth's arrest. "Windows were tampered with, and we found cigarette butts that shouldn't have been there," said Able, a junior. "Only two peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Kini Lastcr, Editor Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor The Rambler Michael K. Brandon, Advertising Manager Rebekah Brit ton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Colte^U^e^, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association ACROSS 30 TX pecam ar« told 1 Oallai TV hit C60t) 41 jXtem *tmi (•rtw' * Bang Th**t«r" 42 ^ 5 TX Roy Ofbitoo t 45 t)6wn *port«bl« com i 1 mt * Dootoy' 6 TX m. "nary a '* (no ©oa) 7 U Gov Bullock got through TX Tech on thit bill 8 TXi*m * as a fiddta' 9 TX Van Cliburn won piano compaction in „ at age 23 15 TXiam. * cut the mu$tafd* (unable) 16 Coleman Museum has „ plan## 19 TXism "playful as clovar* 21 state of TX Bush s summer home 22 twine of Dyess Af 0 27 this Gardner was an honotary TX Ranger 28 small horses 29 LEU's defense sec Hobert Mc 30 TXism: "so couldn't stir 'em with a stick" 32 panhandle rancher: Waggoner 33 it never happens In A s t rodome (2 wds.) 36 TX Bluobonnet is called flower 37 sib of sis 36 this Rob directed Raba McEntire as Ma Tax in "Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Diversions The Rambler Animals find refuge on campus By Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler Wildscaping is landscaping to promote wildlife. Texas Wesleyan is doing just that, north of the McFadden Science Center. "We are creating a low main- tenance habitat for wildlife in this area. It will mostly benefit birds, but also a few other animals. The area will provide water and food for the animals on a year round basis," Dr. Mike Dixon, biology professor, said. "The university, received a challenge grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to create a natural- habitat using native plants designed to attract native wildlife." Dixon's plans include a pond, currently under construction, a bat box and a bird feeder. The land- scaping will include a variety of plants such as lantana, beauty berry, foster holly and turks cap, as well as a Mexican plum and red oak tree. have received $200 from the Fort "The bird feeder wa-> jum put Worth Audubon Socu*.> In -iJai up. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Page 4 The Rambler ■ Wellness week infects campus By Deborah Blankenship Special to The Rambler The Texas Wesley an University Health Care and Student Activities are conduct- ing Wellness Week, March 6- 10. Activities include a Blood Drive, Health l air, a Dating in the 90s program and Wesleyan Olympics. The Blood Drive has been slated, for March 7-8 from (> a.rn.- 3 p.m. in the Student Union parking lot. Recent blood supplies shortages have increased the need lor donors. The basic criteria for blood donation is: all donors must be . 17 years of age or older, they must weigh a minimum of 110 pounds, there must have been a period of" 56 days (eight weeks) since their last dona- tion and it must have been at lca>t one year since the donor either received a donation of blood, had a tattoo or skin piercing performed or was an inmate of a penal institution Other criteria for blood donors include a six week peri- od following the conclusion of a pregnancy and waiting peri- ods follo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

age 1 i The Rambler * ?•' t 'mM. v-v,.: Is sports history being wrecked? Daniel Myers hoops it up at the Feb. 18 game against St. Edwards. The Rams won by 15 points. Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh Rams play season best Dominick Mastrangelo Rambler Sports Texas Wesley an unleashed a three-pointer from just about every part of the Sid Richardson Center and St. Edwards couldn't take cover fast enough, as the Rams bombed Edward's 108-93 on Feb. 18. Led by Jon Hubbard's barrage of threes and his game high 30 points, Wesleyan played their best basketball of the year and looked poised to finish their forgettable season respectively. Hubbard's 5 of 6 first half, three point shooting set the tone early as BE A HERO Be A Teacher Teachers have the power to wake up young minds - to make a difference. Reach for that power. Be a teacher. Be a hero. To find out how to become a teacher, call 1-800-45-TEACH ^ bov.'-'S Nt* I* Wesleyan jumped ahead to a 58-48 halftime lead, Everyone got into the act in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

The Rambler I - 8'"' ■ Parks tronipg 5 and li cruls that couldn't he conjured up otherwise* until, they too 4tc memory, A writer uricc described live las m.iiiot! with ballparks "Doubtlevs there are better places to spend sum- mei days - summer nights, than in ballparks Doubtless Nevertheless, decades after a per- son has stopped collecting bubble-gum cards, he can still find hnnselt collect- ■ Is money more important than the memories create^ by the parks? Ap- paientl> so. Apparently, a concrete, aniisepitL blue and white stadium is moie sacreil than an l^bbets Field or I>h> (iiimiul-s 01 Briggs Stadium. lite owners need to stop the ar- Inteciural madness thev have started. 'I hev need to he dipped into the past and see hov> ballparks were the local point ol llie team, the neighborhood and the city in which they were lo- > aled I hev need to be further educated in the laseinatidn of the grand old kill|uik. "Ouainl".' Sure. Beautiful? \i i re;illy However, when the su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Page 7 The Rambler pass, [led up flight, to do ftival Sail ind /an l ore iDGE Jiclng Iraiie Itages I) I Critic names the best and worst films for 1994 Classified Ads Help Wanted frt coast le and kner go K ho first Italy st game score km his I to seal cetball Itearri's By Matt Smith The Rambler Each year as Academy Award nominations near, many film critics release their own best of the year in film lists. Not wishing to be left out, iiere is my best and worst of 1994 in film. The Best 1. "Barcelona" Director Whit Siillman's 1990 film "Metropolitan" , was one of this decade's best. His sec- ond effort, chronicling two Americans' 1980s adventures in Spain proves it was no fluke. 2. "Qui/'Show" Robert Redford .uses 50s game show scandals to por- tray America's loss of innocence. 3. "Heavenly Creatures" Creepy and disturbing film from New Zealand. Tells the true story of two teenage girls who committed a shock- ing murder. 4. "Hoop Dreams" Gritty basket- ball documentary. Shows basketbal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 March 1995

Page 8 The Rambler Boys on the Side talks of realism By Carey Reynolds The Rambler I am sitting outside the theater doors to the movie Hoys on the Suie, reluctant to go hack in to watch the resi because 1 know tmw it ends I ve already seen it once. Yet 1 care very much about the characters and I hale sad movies. Bo\ v on the Stele is not a terrific pick tne- Music Irom pg 7 Beautiful People, usually every sec- ond Saturday. It's a crush on Friday and Sal unlay nights and you may have to wait for a table but it's a kevvl place lo hang out (ke\v|= extra cool). Don't carry any weapons, though, they've got a metal detector at the door. Next week we take a look al some righteous places to chow. up. Although hilarious at limes, it waxes nostalgic and sad al others It i* a believable drama about women, three m particular, the men they k>vei men who lie by sin of omission, sex, the consequences of sex, and women who love each other, plaionically and otherwise. Jane (Whoopt Goldberg) is e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

till ft: I it- i rents viezus find VOICE, variety review page 3 \ , t * And for your ditiituj pleasure see page 5 rp n , _ 1 he Rambler March 8, 1995 Tf.x as Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Intensive English student wins gold medal for judo IS'. ( hrislv A wad I In- Rambler I ' cii American Heritage Dutio i- lullkd by thisone. So arc most \ui■ i u ;iih; according t,o intensive I ii miili \iiuleni Koji Okihara. It \ disgusting!" said the 24 .; n old lioin Yainaguc'hi, Japan. 1le looked up "judo" in the die lioiur.. and il displayed a picture ol tl, ■ w i< 'ii;' >poi i karate. i >\ ili.ii a won a gold medal at a in !u , t iiiipelilion I-eh. 10 in I louston. 111aK my linn the I'exas slate cl 111 in \\ C IIII class. I lie ^ loot 1 inch. I 29 po 11lack lu ll said. "Most Americans arc contused Ivl wcen judo and karate. I In- oiiiliK aie vcia similar, but judo i much closer'to wrestling. There's no kicking involved.' (ikihara has been in the United States lor si\ months and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

Volume 78, No. 7 Kim Laster, Editor The Rambler Michael K. Brandon, Advertising Manager Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Kebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Who are today's heroes? By Mm Ratliff Special to The Rambler Every generation has its heroes. These arc persons that youth look up to and model their lives after because there is some aspect of the hero's life that attach to their self worth. There have been many recent events which remind us thai our heroes are all too human. Take for example football player OJ. Simpson, rock star Kurt Cobain, base- bull player lXvight Gooden, actor River Phoenix, skitter Tonya Harding and pop music king Michael Jackson. Are these the heroes the current gen- eration looks up to as role models? How do we rearrange our thinking so that we stop expecting celebrities to be heroes? And, how do we define .for ourselves who the true heroes are of our time? I ler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

The Rambler Conference awards fraternity By Kim Laster/Editor The Rambler At the Carlson Leadership Academy, in Houston on Feb. 17-19, Wesleyan's chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, a social fra- ternity was awarded the Harry D, Kurtz award for recruitment. Sig Ep initiated 90 percent of their pledges for 1994-95. The fraternity, nationwide, received a $75,000 grant for edu- cational purposes by the National Interfraternity Council. Sig Lip has the largest education- al program. "There's a new image for fraternities and sororities across the board. It's no longer the ani- mal house mentality,'' said Chris Massingil, vice president of membership development,"We spend a lot of time and money educating and emphasizing the "balanced man" concept which is "spirit healthy=body healthy." This annual conference is for the regional chapters which, at Houston, were Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas. The chapters participate in semi- nars, lectures and open discus- sions where they brainstorm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

I The Rambler Texas Wesleyan Golf Schedule Spring 1995 2/26--Z2K UTSA Spring Opener at Cedar Creek 36 holes San Anlortio, TX j 3/1M-3/21 1 lyatt Bear Creek Invitational 54 hofcs DFVV, IX 3/22-3/24 Pecan Valley Collegiate Ciolf Championships 54 holes Fort Worth, TX 3/31-4/4 Shocker at Tall Grass Country Club 54 hoks Wichita. KS \ 4/14—4/16 Pine Needles Invitational 36 holes Pinehurst NC 4/23-4/25 H O T ('onlerence Tournament at Cedar Creek „ 54 liolo San Antonio, TX 5/21-53 NAIANatkid C kin hiatal litiles CiifRandi 72 holes CM asso, OK • . , , i I Xjmimck Vlastirangelo Rambler Sports The men just couldn't get it going this year on their way to a disappointing 3- II cont'erencc record and 7-23 overall. Senior, Daniel Myers was YVesleyan's most consistent player joining the team at the start of the second semes tel. Myers combined s\ ith another trans let, senior l><tryl IX* Vaull to u rm a dominat- ing and intimidating presence hi the puint legibility will claim two more seniors...

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