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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

The Rambler Dallas restaurants fill needs tin By W.T. Pfefferle 214 At Nighl Life is tiresome, redundant, dreary, tedious, banal,, repetitious, stale and dismal. Pleasure is so fleet- ing that when a single moment of joy and/or tun can he found, it is worth celebrating and sharing. So, here are four places to eat that may convince yoii to keep go- ing (Concerning the cost of these places: I eat there and I live on an linglish teacher's salary. Ha ha ha ha hee lice hee hee ho ho ho ho snort. I'm cracking myself up. I (iloria's (Oak Cliff) 600 W. Davis Street 2 14-948-3672 and (North Dallas) 9386 I.HJ freeway 214-690-0622 The menu is hall Salvadoran and half Mexican. Without a doubt, the black bean dip that comes at the be- ginning of the meal with chips may have actual medicinal qualities. I he dip alone has saved my lile (ami the life of one of my fetching lunch com- panions) many times. All the Mexican and Tcx-Mex staples here are excellent and hearty and the Salvadoran versions (o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 March 1995

Page 6 The Rambler Critiques inspire playwrights By'Stephen English The Rambler "To live, or not to live-no, that's not quite light." II Shakespeare were a Texas Wesleyan student, he might use the Playwright's Theatre to pol- ish his masterpieces. In the Playwright's Theatre, stu- dent pla\ ui lyhtsean have,their works- in piojjress read by actors for'an au- dience n| Wesleyan students and lac- 11 It\ I he most recent meeting was Ivtv2 I duiiiiL' bee period at the Fine /\i is Auditoi h.itu The audience, which brought cookies ami soil drinks and sat on the staee in a rou'.'li circle around the ac- tors, was invited to respond to the readings on questionnaires, Connie Whitt-Lamheri. director o t play writing at Wesleyan, said it was the most informal Playwright's The- atre so far. The program, originally tailed Dark Night Theatre, was started at Wesleyan by Lambert in fall 1992 Lambert said she ran a similar pro- gram for the American College The- atre Festival (ACTF) from 1990 to 199...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

etters to The Editor Students Break for Alaska Athletic Update Shopper's Guide to Dallas visit campus to explore exchange program March 29, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas if. By Christy Awad The Rambler Vicki Nclms, women's basketball coach, returned to her home at Wade Hall on the intersection of Rosedale ami Col lard Streets on Feb. 22 to dis- cover that her 1993 Jeep Cherokee Sport was stolen. Nclms had been coaching a bas- ketball game at Mary Hardin Baylor. "Security took me home alter the game. and 1 noticed my jeep was miss- ing hum where it hail been parked. There wus glass on the ground." said Nclms, The jeep vyas found vandalized on Avenue J the same night. Nelms said there tire no suspects yet 'Judging from what they did and- took. it v\,!n prohablv some kuK on .a Jolley closes season with resignation Dominick Masirangelo Sports Editor/ The Rambler Coming off another disappointing season, head coach of the men's bas- ketball team Charles Jolley ended his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

arcl 'olume Kim Laster, Editor Elizabeth T. Lupib, Managing Editor The Rambler Opinions Michael K. Brandon, Advertising Manager Rebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Letters to the Editor Co mm u n i cation barrier could hinder education Dear Editor, How will English speaking Americans be hurl it legislation, recently introduced by Congressman Pete King ol New York, to mandate a national language and eliminate funding for bilingual education, passes? 1. Every advanced society rush- es to globalism while we regress to nationalism 2. Our children compete poorly in global society falsely believing one language sufficient 3. A huge segment of our popu- lation has limited English proficien- cy. One of the fastest growing seg- ments of our society will be poorly educated and low wage earning caus- ing: •reduced social security payments (needed for support in old age) •increased costs for social programs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

Diversions The Rambler ) Die ILirt" Students "chill out" during spring break By Christy Awad - The Rambler Some flocked to the beaches of Padre Island this spring break. A few flew to .California and went to Disney Lanid. Others simply remained in Fort Worih and basked in their newly-acquired free time. Still others headed to Alaska, Yes, Alaska, and it's not because they accidentally purchased the wrong airplane tickets. Twelve Wesleyan students and faculty participated in Methodist Student Movement's (MSM) annual spring break mission trip- this year, to Chugiak, Alaska (about 30 miles outside of Anchorage). They stayed in a cabin at Birchwood United Methodist tamp, the site of their work assignment. The work ranged from texturiz- ing, priming and painting a bath- house at the camp to moving wood and shoveling snow around the cab- ins. "It was a lot of work," said junior Sal Arar, "not to mcntkMi how cold it was." The temperature fluctuated from -15 to 32 degrees, with snow falling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

SPORTS The Rambler Jolley, from page 1 In addition to the ad and a search committee comprised of fac- ulty, staff, and students, Stallman said she wants the returning basket- ball players involved in • the selection of their coach. This fol- lows the lead of other Wesleyan teams who did the same thing while searching for a new coach. "The basket- ball players will be involved in the selection," said Stallman, "We did it with soccer, tennis and women's basketball. I like that process." l ikewise Jolley is in the process of finding a job and said that he will make a decision in the near future. "I have a couple of job opportu- It's business as usual for Coach Charles Jolley until his resignation takes effect on March 10. Photo by Kharnpha, Bouaphanh said Jolley. I have friends who feci I should stay m basketball 1 don't know The coaches I've coached against in conference arc giving my name out. Schools are calling me, 1 haven't applied anywhere. 1 don't know if I'll go into private bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

The Ra.mbi.er Iks l>3 Holy baseball, batman, it's the bat spin In honor ofWellness Week, students participate in the Wesley an Olympics on March 9 during free period in the mall area. The Olympics was an ac- tivity sponsored by the Health Care and Student Activities departments located ni the Student Life oI lice. Photo by Khampha Uouaphanh 1 How-to-guide to Dallas shopping Power shopper's tips to change your wardrobe t Students break for spring By Breccu' Croskey The Rambler Ah, spring break. I 'or years these words has either brought to mind rest- less nights and week long parties, or just time for rest, relaxation iuul catch- ing up on sleep and'homework. For many years il will'probably mean the same, but there's nothing like the present; While the campus slept in silence,' students were off explor- ing their own kind of spring break. So for those of you who are new at this spring break thing, here's how some of Wesleyan's students spent their spring break. Take notes! ■ How a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 March 1995

The Rambler Local gallery back students Owners provide practical experience for 13. artists By Btecca' Croskey The Rambler Potential professional artists of fexas Wesleyan had an opportunity («i experience the art world outside at the "academic arena " March I I -25, students had their works displayed ai Handley-Hit'ks (iallery in l;ort Worth, owned by Don and Bettye 1 licks. Thirteen students who were in the show were: Khampha Bouaphanh, sophninore; Anne Lawrence, senior; Katja Di Panle, senior: Chi Yon Clio, senior; Isabel Zamora, senior; Zack Hawkins, sophomore; Setlrick lluckaby, sophomore; Robert Standlee, senior; Mauro Zamora, sophomore; Steve Lamon, junior, An- gela Taylor, senior; Jennifer Oliver, junior and Dana Shirley, senior. Said Bettye Hicks. "As owners of an art gallery, we recognize our obli- gation to support artists at all stages of their careers. It is, after all, the art- ist who provides the raison d'etre for the art gallery " The idea for this show arose out of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

Shauna Greaham beats the throw into second against Incar- nate Word in the April 21 game. -- € , Q- I Icq J 1^. I * I# Descriminatory contraceptives 2 Art department downsizes 3 Find out more about Johnny Isom 4 Feed the hunger inside you 5 ,, warn®*. April 26, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas \ I'*3 'irj Highlights of Wesleyan Weekend Student (above left) enjoys Spring Fling lunch during free period on April 20 in the mall. Alpha Xi Delta members recuit new members during the organizational held on April 22 in the Sid Richardson Center. Alumnus examines the Rambler during lunch on April 22. Photos by Khampha Bouaphanh Ceremony dedicates sign for Law Sone Fine Arts Building Special to The Rambler By Kathy Walker Have you ever attempted to lo- cate the Sone Building but ended up doubting its existence after wander- ing around the west side of campus? Has a student tried giving you direc- tions only confusing you more? Now, Now, thanks to the Beta Kappa chap- ter of Si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Kebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press^Association Bomb shakes U.S. spirit By Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/llie Rambler The bombing last Wednesday of the A. P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City has sent Shockwaves tlirough the country. America prides itself on being untouchable, especially in the heartland erf our country. How wrong we were. We are forced to recognize that we are indeed part of the world of terrorism. America finds itself among the 1 iindnn car bombings, Gaza Strip mas- sacres and the Yokohama subway gassing. The same question heard throughout those countries, "Why?" Is now echoing across America. This tragedy has affected us all. We watch the news coverage and see the laces of tragedy mid we cry. We cry not just for those people and their families, hut for the lost innocence of our country. We can no longer deny thai the war is here. Through the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

I yo wt& The Rambler In Brief... Art professors etched out of campus On Wednesday, May 3 the Counseling and Testing Center will oxkIulI an anxiety aWarenrvs and screening program from 11 a.m.-<Kx*i and 5 p.m.-6 p.m. in the orientation room in the West library. IhuiMiay, May 4 has been declared Casual I>ay for all faculty and staff. All University employees are encouraged to participate by wearing shorts. VOICE will hold their third annual awarifc hanquet honoring their graduates on Saturday, May 6 at 6 p.m in the Brown Lxipton Campus Center. Tickets are $10 in advance and S12 at the door. Tickets can be purchased bv ajnfacting Demetrius Elhiev @ 536-5331. ' Day/Dah? of fcxam Weekend Classes Wednesday, May 10 Thursday, May 11 Friday, May 12 Rr*ir*d Html Ivvani Offr-Wl PefKKi l^ast Class Session Class Period Tuesday, May 16 Wednesday, May 17 *4:30 •5:30 *7:00 3:00 *4:30 *5:30 *7:00 Hit) 10:30 1:00 *4:30 *5:30 *7:00 8:00 10:30 1:00 *4:30 *5:30 *7:00 8:00 *4:30 W *5:30 W *7:00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

The Rambler Isom builds a firm foundation for baseball career By Stephanie Marshall The Rambler Who's the man behind the 13 homeruns this season? Johnny Isom, that's who! He came to Wesley an from Crowley where he started with T-ball at age seven and worked his way up to college baseball where he plays Center Field. Isom also excelled in football arid basketball at Crowley High School Isom now studies sports management and plans to graduate this May His plans alter college include many more challenges. Like playing Rookie Ball for a season in Florida or New York. Isom plans to take his baseball experience a few steps further by playing in the Farm baseball teams known as single A, AA, AAA. Isom said if his hard work and talent shine i through and he excels at each level ol the Farm leams then'he hopes to play in the Miners. "I'd like to play for the Rangers someday,"1 said Isom. To prepare himself for the Miners, Isom has spent his last three summers playing baseball in Iowa in a se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

The Rambler MTV dominence is collapsing By W T. Pfefferle Special to The Rambler' Fourteen years ago I was sitting in.a hot dog place called Dawgs on the campus of Arizona State University; eating a cheese and chili dog, talking to some chicks and watching MTV for ihe first time. I can remember silting there, for hours; watching video after video. Singers like Loverboy, Michael Jack- son, Duran Duran, Loverboy again, Pat Benatar, Michael Jackson (again), Loverboy and the Buggies danced across the screen. The network, which premiered in 19X1, grew from a novelty to one of the biggest players in all of cable tele- vision. It is now, of course, every bit a fixture in our culture as McDonalds or Chevrolet, and by necessity the game has changed as it has grown. MTV really was better at one ,'point. Not necessarily the first two [years, hampered with an amazingly [microscopic playlist. Through the mid XO's the chan- nel prov ided a terrific mi* of new and established artists, sufficiently...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 26 April 1995

B OUT THE TOWN The Rambler 1940s Radio Hour has clear reception By Stephen English The Rambler What a show. The Texas Wesleyan theater de.- partment presented Walton Jones' "1940's Radio Hour" April 20-23 tn the I ine Arts Auditorium (FAA). If you missed it, you missed out. The musical, set in "the Algonquin Room of the beautiful Hotel Astor on the lovely Times Square in New York" at Christmas 1942, featured 14 Wesleyan actors and the Texas Wesleyan Ja/z Ensemble. They play the performers and direc- tors who put together a radio show called the "Mutual Manhattan Variety Calvacade." "Radio Hour" submerges the au- dience in '4()'s culture. Period dress. speech, music, advertisements, even period technology like little square mask* placed over the microphones to make them look more like what Frank Sinatra used to croon into, deco- rated the stage. The show features the standard fare for radio variety show s of the day; jaz/y dance numbers, comedy acts, romantic songs by the lead vocali...

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

I Life brings happiness Discussions of diversity Golfers take first Basketball Diaries review Scott Abel, Sigma Phi Epsilon president, at Chapel; one of the events celebrating Greek Week. More on Greek activites on 5. May 3, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Trustees ratify tuition increase By Elizabeth T Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler "The reason we need to raise tu- ition is because everything the Univer- sity needs goes up (in price), just as things do for those who attend the uni- versity," said President Jake Schrum. In the annual Board of Trustees meeting April 28, the trustees ratified the executive committee's approval of raising tuition to $230 per semester hour .for the 1995-96 academic year. The full-time tuition will be $3,450. However, room and board costs will remain at the 1994-95 rate of $3,550. '-'We have always priced ourselves so that people who are from the lower middle income (bracket) can still af- ford to attend a private university. "In the 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Rebekah Britton, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association f The Rambler's Top Ten List of Excuses Oh, am I glad this sen tester is ending No mure pressure. Deadlines are over. It s smooth sailing .thead. Nothing but tuuh. Nothing but winding up the low ends. As edit*, I've enjoyed many aspects of my job; meeting peopfc, talking to people and a lot of learning, Of course, to be truthful, 1 haven't enjoyed vwuc things Pmbkms out of my control excuses at the last minute: things lie that. So, to end the semester and continue a tradition darted by last semester 's staff, I would like to fist the lop ten excuses we've heard this semester on why the stories were late: • I don't even like writing for The Rambler. • The Rambler is not my life. 1 have other obligations. • I had to work late. • I had practice. • The people I had to interview weren't available. • "There was no way to give you t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1995

—" / The Rambler ■mmmb On Wednesday, May 3 the Counseling and Testing Center will conduct an anxiety awareness and screening program from II a.m.-noon and 5 p.m.~6 p.m. in the orientation room in the West IJbrary. VOICE will hold their third annual awards banquet honoring their graduates on Saturday, May 6 at 6 p.m. in the Brown Lupton Campus Center. Tickets arc $10 in advance and S12 at the door Tickets can be purchased by contacting Demetrius Ethley (« 536-5331 I Faculty and staff are invited to attend the Athletic Banquet on May Is at 6:30 p.m. in the Heritage Ballroom in the Ramada Hotel. I ickets are $20 for faculty and staff, lor more information, call the Athletics Department at 531-4950. Texas Wesleyan alumna, Sheri Debo, was named as a Tandy Teacher Scholar for 1994—95. Ms. Debo teaches at Diamond II ill- Jarvis High School. 1995 yearbooks will be available in July. II you have not ordered one, there is a waiting list. For more information, call 531-4269 The Texas Conferenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1995

The Rambler Br mk 'r [ Lady Rams moveon to playoffs Second place finish earns sub-regional birth Dominick Maslrangelo Sports Editor/The Rambler The women's softball team had their shot for a conference title dashed last week when the Lady Rams played conference leader St. Edward's and dropped both games 2-0 and 10-5. Wcsleyan had problems get- ting in scoring position in game one as St. Edward's didn't allow one Wesleyan runner to advance past second base. Wesleyan only allowed three runners to get past second but two of them went all the way around to score and gave St. Edward's just enough to eek out the wm. Game two saw more scoring from St.Edward's (they scored runs in every inning) and the Wesleyan hats remained cold until the sev- enth inning when the Lady Rams put up four runs on five hits. But it wasn't enough to overcome the 10- 1 deficit they, took into the last half. The women came back on Wednesday to take on Mary Hardin-Baylor. The Lady Rams showed their true colors bla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1995

The Rambler From volleyball to football, Wesleyan Greeks play it up By Christy Awad The Rambler Whether it was at the softball game at Sycamore Park, chapel on Tuesday, volleyball in the sand court or at one of the other nine events, the Wesleyan Greek fraternities and sororities made their presence known last week. April 23-28 was Greek Week, a tradition that takes place every spring semester. Alpha Xi Delta, Gamma Phi Beta, Lambda C'hi Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon were the four fraternities and sororities to participate in the daily activities sponsored by Panhellenic and Interfraternal Council (IPC). Michael Brandon, a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, said, "It's an event to bring the chapters together, but also to bring Greeks together as a whole. "We got to meet the people we didn't know in the other sororities and fraternities, and it was a chance for us to be together for a whole week without any pressure. It brought us together and made us laugh," said Gamma Phi Beta mem- ber, Mar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 May 1995

B OUT THE TOWN The Rambler k I SWR from page 1 Coach Rosie Stallman, interim ath- letic director. In a press release, Schrum ex- pressed regret at not having discussed the change with the Faculty Athletic Committee. He said he has not de- tected widespread dissatisfaction with the decision. "I was convinced that the inter- collegiate athletic program at Wesleyan is a co-curncular activity which relates as much to recruiting, admission and retention as it does to other administrative areas," Schrum said. Stallman said she would favor the hiring of a facilities manager for the Sid Richardson Center to help, smooth out scheduling conflicts, a suggestion made in the Academic Affairs Committee's report. How- ever, she said she feels that such a person should co.me from within the university. Most of all, .she said she hopes that the ExSS and Athletic Depart- ments accept the change and move forward. "The problems could he allevi- ated if we cooperated more," she said. What are you goin t...

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