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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

Athletic and Student Life merge leave campus A page 3 August 30, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Senior staff reorganizes campus structure Departmental changes sweep campus By Kim Laster The Rambler In an effort to make Wesleyan more student focused, changes in the Pohl coordinates human resources Loralee Pohl, assoc. provost .Annual Giving Financial Aid \cademia usan B.Green Vice Presid Alumni Relat om Armstro Provost Dave Voskuil Victf President John Rati iff, former vice president of finance senior administration, staff and student services have been implemented dur- ing the summer. These changes be- gan taking place last spring with the resignation of vice president of finance John Ratliff. Also, over the summer new positions such as two associate provost positions and a facilities co- ordinator position were created. The athletic department and student life have undergone some restructuring, too. . Ratliff s resignation was announced last spring, according to P...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design t, i Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association What is the difference between what you want and what you need? It's time to face up to tabloid mentality By Kim Laster/Editor The Rambler \ ■ When Susan Smith got convict- ed of killing her children, you could hear America cheer. Some people were outraged when her sentence was announced, and it was life in prison with the chance for parole when she turns 53. They were shocked, thinking she got off easy. Radio shows asked listeners to call in and share their thoughts on what type of punishment she deserved. Want to know some punish- ments that were heard? How about having Smith sit in a jail cell alone with only a fish tank, a little car at the bottom of the fish tank and her children's faces attached to the car? Better yet, how about a comput- er generated picture of her children, picturing what they would look like at ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

AMPUS CHANGES The Rambler Sig Ep's national headquarters pull charter By Kim Laster/ Editor The Rambler The social fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon was informed June 15 that it would no longer be recognized as a chapter by its national headquarters. "Nationals had to make a tough decision and decide what was in its best interest. I cer- tainly understand the reasons why it did it. The chapter does- n't have any hard feelings," said Scott Abel, chapter president. Robert Reed, alumni presi- dent, said the chapter was informed that it had to meet cer- tain criteria to remain on cam- pus back in 93. All the criteria were met except for manpower. The chap- ter had to have 35 men. The other criteria were: , internal ■operations, finances and com- munity service. The issue of the number of men in the fraternity has been debated since 1987, according to Reed. Abel said the nationals were very accommodating to the fra- ternity's needs. "The regional representative bent over back- wards and did e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

The Rambler I r ■IP H' K:;: I R.'.' Athletics make an upward move By Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler in July the coaches began using the stairmaster method to commute from their offices. Formerly located in Sid Richardson room 103, the coach- es are now upstairs in Brown Lupton Campus Center room 222 sharing space with student life. The move is designed to pro- vide more interaction between athletics and student life. Both departments report to Dave Voskuil, vice president, division of student enrollment and ser- vices. "The move upstairs will pro- vide more continuity . for the coaches and players because there was no flow downstairs. Being tucked away at one end of campus segregated athletics from the rest of campus. The coaches now feel as though they are a more viable part of the uni- versity," said Rosie Stallman, director of intercollegiate athlet- ics. "The idea for the move was thrown around for so long, but I'm sure it started from Dave. We knew there would be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

The Rambler titude land a is td it we it our [ng to that |ut to juali- Istart. pro- ming rence |is hka ing a jbelts iting Is far who |vel," sees imin- jram |nec- /ant 'As |>port you love not b the Inity |>me- ioor |por- ling |e of nng Bass leaves Wesleyan after completing best season in nine years He goes to Wayland Baptist By Dominick Mastrangelo Sports Editor/ The Rambler In a move that shocked the athletic department, Brad Bass, head coach of the Texas Wesleyan Baseball team for nine years stepped down from his position July 12 and accepted the head coaching position at Wayland Baptist University in Plainvjew, Texas. The move came after Bass led the Ranis to their best sea- son, compiling a record of 39-15 and coming one game from the NAIA College World Series. T he reason for the move, according to Bass, was strictly personal. "My family is important to me and in the past few years 1 haven't been showing it," said Bass, who leaves Wesleyan with a record of 261 -1K4. Bass s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

August 30, 1995 Campus News Page 6 The Rambler Education code revamped Changes utilize unique teaching abilities of non-certified educators By Melanie J. Miko The .Rambler Texas Education code 21.055, School District leaching Permit, was signed into law May 30, by Gov. George W. Bush as part of Senate Bill 1 The code will enable school dis- tricts to hire persons with a baccalau- reatc degree to teach without the pre- vious requirement of teacher certifi- cation, " This section of the law was in- tended to give superintendents of school districts the flexibility to hire unique, outstanding individuals to enrich the classroom through their background and experience," said Dr. Willie Lee Hailey, professor of edu- cation and humanities. Fie said he believes " there are people out there with unique abilities who can be criti- cally utilized in instruction." He stated that if the law is used in this manner he supports it. However, he said the possibilities to abuse this provision concern...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

August 30, 1995 Campus News Page 7 The Rambler Upperclassmen lead the way in new Pohl from page i program for freshmen, sophomores By Kathy Walker The Rambler Calling all future leaders! Warn to develop your leadership skills? You're in luck! This fall Texas Wesleyan is imple- menting a pilot program, the Wesleyan Peer Leadership Institute (WPLI), de- signed to teach students basic leader- ship skills such as organizing meet- ings, completing projects and commu- nicating effectively. WPLI, brought to Wesleyan by Chris Masingill, a social science ma- jor, is a student-taught, non-credit pro- gram which provides early leadership training by recruiting and retaining freshmen and sophomores interested in becoming good leaders. Masingill said it is patterned af- ter a University of Texas at Arlington program called Peer Leadership Project. "The whole premise behind the project is students teaching other stu- dents basic leadership skills," said Masingill. Meetings are scheduled once a we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

August 30, 1995 Entertainment Page 8 The Rambler Wesley an takes helm of Shakespeare in The Park By Erin Voss The Rambler 'There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple: If the ill spirit have fair a house, Good things will strive to dwell with't." So mused Shakespeare in his last play, The Tempest, a tragedy with an interesting plot and fortunate ending, llie above mentioned quote not only describes The Tempest, but also the cast and crew of the Texas Wesleyan theater department, who helped put the play together and to life during this summer's Shakespeare in The Park. Shakespeare in The Park began in 1977 and has garnered national atten- tion over the last several ye;irs because of its tendency to draw in participants from the surrounding community. Carlo Cuesta. Now in its 18th year, the program con- tinues lo bring together thousands of North Texans for literary experience by William Shakespeare, but may also include pieces from other dramatists Although Trinity Park is the tra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

August 30, 1995 S tudent Life Page 9 The Rambler I !# Changes from page 7 big screen television which is located in the SUB. The next step is cable in the dorms. Renovations in the dorms have also taken place over the summer with new carpeting and other items replaced and fixed. Kelly Spell is the new di- rector of housing. Voskuil said the improvements would continue through the year and a schedule would be made.to keep up with the renovations and improve- ments. Schrum said it was time for thriv- ing, not just surviving. The school is now operating on a balanced budget, the numbers are up and there is a sal- ary pool for faculty, he said. "We needed to get our internal house in order before we could go out into the public and say 'We want your support,"' said Schrum. "You have to make changes. You can never sit back in this market. Stu- dents' expectations constantly change and in the 90s things change much more rapidly," said Voskuil. Green leaves Wesleyan to work with CDC Subie ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 August 1995

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

; September 6, 1995 TEXAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY Debate on smoking continues Proposal supports non-smoking university Fort Worth, Texas By Fransisca M. Ouintanar ■ The Rambler "To protect all students, faculty and staff from the risks of smoking, a smoke free campus is no longer an option; it js art obligation," said a aon-smoking proposal submitted bv Deborah A. Norwood, R.N., and director of health services to Claire Graham, interim dean of students on Aug. 2. According to the proposal, 3 percent of the annual lung cancer death toll has been caused by invol- untary smoking, not to mention subtle eft eels on the respiratory health of non-smokers such as increased coughing, phlegm pro- duction, chest discomfort, and reduced vital capacity of the lungs. I lie non-smoking proposal recommends: "Tiliminating smoking in all campus buildings including dorm rooms, all campus events and all vehicles owned, leased, or operated by the university; * Prov ide a program to assist those who need hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 1995

Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association I Culture clash: Women's conference in Beijing By Elizabeth T Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler For those of you who enjoy political irony, the next two weeks ! should provide plenty of entertainment. The United Nations women's 'conference started Sept. 3 and will run through Sept. 15 in Beijing, China. The irony comes into play when you combine the words women's 'conference with Beijing. Add to the irony Hillary Rodham Clinton, who will have to balance politically correct comments while still mak- ing a statement about the rights and issues of women in a country where women virtually have no rights. Why China was the choice for the once-a-decade conference is a mystery. Out of all the countries which have the facilities to house such 3 conference, China should have not even been on the list. China should not benefit economically from this conference as long as women are treated as second-class ...

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

Jl ■* I! The Rambler i I I X 1 D |*«S 1 4 $ Boundary Plans Still Tentative Structure is not wall, says Schrum By Kathy Walker The Rambler The concept of a wall around Wesley an's campus creates mixed reactions wheu discussed by Students in casual settings. Thoughts range from its resembling a canvas for graffiti or depriving students of funds for scholarships, computers, •educational facilities, to its alienating Wesleyan from the community. In short, students said when they think of a wall, they enter- tain images of a prison-unap- proachable, no uir, no sunshine, Texas Wesleyan has the per- ception that it is not secure. Facts are that our campus is safe. We are in the bottom five of crime statistics of all twenty-eight campuses in the Metroplex. President Jake Schrum no freedom. When questioned concerning the proposed structure, President Jake Schrum said, "First of all, it is not a wall." It is a boundary to identify the campus communi- ty, no different than a fence identifies a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 1995

The Rambler m- mr Lr Juggling in high school has rewards in college Kft'lice becomes nurse's advocat. School nurse Deborah Norwood and Tom Mc.Yiurrary, student, look over paperwork. Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh All in a day's work School nurse saves student's life By Carey Reynolds The Rambler Students, faculty, arul staff TRAFFIC TICKETS defended but only in Arlington, Fort Worth and elsewhere in Tarrant County. J No promises as to results. J Any fine and any court fee for legal representation. James R. Mallory Attorney at Law 3024 Sandage Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76109-1793 (817) 924-3236 Not certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization $1000 Fundraiser Fraternities, Sororities, & Student Organizations. You've seen credit card fundraisers before, but you've never seen the Citibank fundraiser that pays $5.00 per application. Call Donna at 1 -800-932-0528 ext. 65 Qualified callers receive a FREE camera Jlcwely Haiti Miami P-ioJeMioHali 'Acrylic Nails 'Sculpture "Manicures 'Pedicure...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 1995

piogy hably jthout |teful, able ;lped [ship, lied a said fking lo be must ps in [ship, time Lid. The Rambler Wesleyan forward struggles to steal ball from Schreiner College on Saturday. Fhoto by khampha Bouaphanh Mmi mm Fullback recaptures loose ball from Schreiner College offensive player. Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh World Series winner leads Wesleyan baseball Gawlik makes believers out players By Greg Bogomol the |id has and ident |ngual for |camp fifth the fan. I pial ly )osed luch are only sci- ■ hc Rambler I Willie (iawlik comes to Texas ■Vosleyan University after four ■ears as a volunteer assistant at St. Biary's, where his job involved all Bhases of the game. He recruited, ■cached first base and worked B. ith hitting and fielding. Gawlik, before going to St. wlary's, coached at Robert E. Lee High School in San Antonio for ■ Right years. "The goal is to add more team ■ . ■peed to go along with good ■lefense and pitching," said iawlik. "Coach Bass did a remendous job last year a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 September 1995

The Rambler Internships make Casa a hit The World of Fine Arts Calendar of Events By Melanie J. Miko The Rambler There are three thtngs that will help you get a job. The first is education. The second is experience. The third are references and contacts. So where does one turn to obtain this magical formula? For many Wesleyan theater majors the answer is . Casa Mamma Musicals Inc. Through Casa Manana internships, students are able to supplement their Wesleyan edu- cation with the benefits of work- ing in a professional environ- ment. Similar to their education at Wesleyan, students receive instruction in the different aspects ol' theater including per- formance, management, public relations and technical produc- tion. Casa Manana internships, however, allow students to e*pe-, rience opportunities not avail- able at Wesleyan. Junior, Amber Kelly said, "It (internship) gave me a chance to attempt different things in the real world to see how I would like them." One of the opportunitie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

New Folks Showcase Sno l one last Thursday. ®|. '•, ; || for.-;.' ' "TCuTnjCuiTjpr i W Waiting...waiting...waiting 5 SEP 1 4 1995 September 13, 1995 Physically challenged students battle for access iu Stephen Lnglish I !< in11>)c.l I he challenges lacing students itl. disabilities are part of lexas VW Sevan's "master plan" for overall ■. ,iiiipus improvement, according to Maiis flensmiller, director of the I'll'. >u al plant, 1 asi summer, a ramp was insulled to make the Armstrong- Mabee business building more handicap accessible. Despite the signs reading "Not Handicap Accessible" at the entrances to the basement of the library, students in wheelchairs can access the basement via a key-oper- ated elevator on the ground floor of the library. Bcnsmiller said. Bernard Sargent, a 42-year-old sophomore legal studies major, uses a wheelchair and said the library's arrangement is inconvenient. "11 I go down there (into the library basement), I'm trapped until 1 can get. someone o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association GOP cuts our future short By Kim Laster/ Editor The Rambler Financial aid, the entire process, can be difficult and nightmarish, lieing a student trying to get help paying for college can make anyone break into a cold sweat, rattle the nerves or cause a complete mental breakdown. The GOP is trying to end all. that. By Sept. 30, the House and Senate will have put into law ways of making the financial aid dilemma nonexistent. How is the GOP doing this? By eliminating the Department of Education and by cutting student aid programs. Never mind that most students need financial aid just to get through college. At Wesleyan alone, more than 80 percent of the students receive some form ot financial aid. It simply is not possible for most of us to afford higher educa- tion I don't know any person who can dole out $3,600 each semester. The (i()P seems to think these c uts will be better for the future of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

The Rambler ;s for being civ ice us of you ser- e day. :rvice mers scr- stu- con- cdge. d the ich it fleet stu- ome- [vhich k up. (thing u do ser- leyan lation lea 11 h test- It hese that ients. Jents rersi- fac- tome sices eeds lers. be n- «Mp p. id ■ • Graduate students teach and learn in Honduras By Fransisca M. Ouintanar The Rambler Imagine taking in fresh moun- tain air, or tasting delicious fruits straight from a tropical forest, or even better yet, seeing a clear, black sky containing hundreds of shim: mering stars that cannot be seen here. Well, 13 Wesleyan students don't have to imagine it at all because they traveled to Honduras last June as part of the LSI./ Bilingual Program under the direc- tion of Carlos Martinez, master's ol education. Graduate students who were working on their master's and fin- ished all or-most of their specialized courses were eligible to go to Honduras and participate in two elective courses. The first course was Program Implementation involving ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

The Rambler | m Coach attributes award to team's hard work By Art Requenez The Rambler In May 1W4 Bobby Cornctt, golf coach, led the Wesley an Rams to their second national golf championship of the decade. The 1994 victory is added the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) wins of 1%4, l%4, 1975 and 1W0. It should be no surprise that Cornctt has received Coach of the Year hon- ors in both 1990 and 1994. Cornell took over the head coaching job during the mid-8lh from O.D. Bounds, who was the leader in developing Weslevan's golf program and has been associated w ith Wesleyan since the 1940s. Prior to that, Cornell was an All-American golfer here at Wesleyan and then began coaching under Bounds in 19,S2. Cornctt said, "The reason 1 was yarned Coach of the Year was because the guss played well." He finally attributed "mental toughness, maturity and discipline" as the core of his program. As an example, he reverted to the national championship last summer. "Wc were in ...

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