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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

The Rambler To be or not to be late: that's the question but what is the answer? r «■ II i!1 3 II It l! By Christy Awad The Rambler For every person who asks the ijuestion, someone has an tnswer. But it's hard to find two identical responses. It's the issue on campus | nobody can seem to agree on. ' [ xactly how many minutes are I students required to wait for a [professor who's late to class? I ifteen minutes," said suphVunore finance major Eliane lk-koin. Sophomore theater major Kainona Crabtree said, '"1 always wailed 20 minutes." Rush Week begins Sisterhood brings new pledges li\ Ion Holder The Rambler Tradition., Pride, Honor; these things could easily be said about rush, Although rush occurs at uni- [\ crsitics around the country, it has a Inieaning of its own here at Wesleyan. Rush Week, which was on Sept. S and c), gave organizations such ps Alpha Xi Delta, (lamma Phi Beta ml Lambda Chi Alpha the chance to rush for prospective members. Abby Boles, a member of Alpha Ki Delta,...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1995

The Rambler Historic Building From page I When asked if the bouse invokes warm memories for her. she respond- ed that some prior students loved it and saw it as warm and quaint These students referred to her and Jean Owens, a fellow art professor, a*> their mothers and considered the house a home. They also said they' Chose Wesleyan over other universities because of the house's atmosphere. Not all of today's art students share this sentiment. Anne Lawrence, senior art student, said students-complain about the art department's work- ing conditions and tend to feel very neglected by the university. "When your only hope is that your building is so old it is historical, you realize how desperate you are for better facilities," she said. Lawrence said one way she improved her work environment to have the boards removed from the windows of her studio. It proved to be very interesting as some windows had, and still have, their original glass. When the boards were being removed she had ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

David Davong returns a shot while playing table tennis Mi Landoipn snaheed says he doesn't believe in God, he knows God. See page 6 oiiegiate institute gets a director Highlights of volleyball season opener 4 Meet Marcus Balch 5 Careful balancing of marriage and school 6 Senior art show: Dangerous Days 1 T Th T? 1 JM ;1\ September 20, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Three Wesleyan Rams drafted to the minor leagues By Dorriinick Mastrangelo The Rambler , I hey appear on the TV but' where did they come from? You watch .them play every day throughout the long summer. It's doubtful that anyone who dares to dream about the life of a major leaguer takes into account the road through the minors. That's where it all starts. Following a storied career in high school or college, a major league hopeful toils in the obscuri- ty of the minor leagues. For how long? Well, that depends on the play- er's potential and his willingness to work hard to tap it, not to mention a little l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

Kim l.aster, httitor Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor PINIONS lennie mok, /\ avert Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association ■ E I I I 1 Letters to * the Editor Wesleyan parking is not as bad as other schools I ' IJcar Editor: Iti response to your front- page story (Sept. 13 Humbler) on the,parking problem, I must point out to your readers that an tv,mpty faculty/stall' parking' place doesn't mean it is vacant. My job requires that 1 use my car for errands, and 1 go qff-campus for lunch. Upon returning, 1 find that I cannot park in my own space. Further, it is pretty obvious when a space is reserved; i.e., 1 "yellow space curb with "Reserved" painted on it. Perhaps some day the people who appropriate these parking places will work for a firm which provides them with reserved parking and they will then see how it feels 'to have their space taken. Feeling unsafe while walk- ing to or from the car is not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

New director of Collegiate Institute opens doors of college life to high school seniors By Erin Vt>ss the students also participate in lab of them had n The Rambler US lrd lot tr- lof. bu id ps. Hi /ii ICC s. Ill >r 1st By Erin Vbss The Rambler' While Texas Wesley an's Collegiate Institute has been implemented for sev- eral years, this semester has seen changes in the program. Ihe changes include a new director and several activ- ities and opportunities tor the students. Ihe Collegiate Institute is an opportunity tor high scIkx)1 seniors to receive English credit for both high school and college. Presently, the only course ottered is freshman English ('omposition, but the class often incor- |x)r;ites other subject matter as well. Ihe classroom is composed of seniors from Polytechnic and Diamond I till I ligh Schools in Fort Worth. I he students involved are nominat- ed and recommended by their high school counselors and teachers. Hie course is free and provides the students wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

_____ The Rambler E, Volleyball wins two of five in weekend series By Becky Balarin The Rambler On Saturday, - Sept. 16, the Lady Rams Volleyball team, ranked 22 in the nation, opened their Heart of Texas Conference season with a home opener against St Mary's University, ranked fifth in the nation. Out of the five games played on Saturday, the Lady Rams won two. The Lady Rams came out strong in game one. St. Mary's Rattlers were leading 15-14 and had the serve when senior Nam Aguilar got a kill, giving posses- sion of the hall back to the Lady Rams. Sophomore Lori Swartz served to score three in a row. Junior Carmen Biel put the game away with the last kill. The Lady Rams defeated St. Mary's 17-15. The Lady Rams were off to a quick start at the beginning of game two when Swart/, came out and served to gain three quick points. St. Mary's came back to score seven in a row. The Lady Rams pulled together as a team and played as one when Aguilar regained the ball. Crucial blocks by junio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

OD V.j w * PORTS The Rambler NCAA, from page 1 According to Dave Voskuil, vice-president of enrollment and student development, it became necessary to prepare for a change because of the current trends in conference affiliation. "The change is a reaction to the climate that has been creat- ed by the NAIA's dwindling membership. If we didn't make a move, we might get left with no teams, to play," explained Voskuil.. The NAIA is losing mem- bers to the NCAA because the NCAA provides risk insurance to us member schools, remu- neration for post-season play and more national and interna- tional exposure. "The NAIA is more expensive than the NCAA without the benefits," said Voskuil.. According to Bobby Cornett, golf coach, although the cost of membership is lower in the NCAA, there exist some potential hidden costs and hid- den down sides. The NCAA procedures are more complex which may require an NCAA liaison or administrator, which is common in other schools. "In golf and some other spor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

The Rambler k • ; For better or worse: Students tell about balancing classes and spouses Christy Awad/ Features Editor The Rambler Some, of them married their high school sweethearts. For others, it's their second marriage. A tew have children, most of them work, and some of them are active in orga- nizations on campus and other extra-curricular activities. They all have one thing in common: they're married, and they're students at Wesleyan. Angela and Thane TuttJe have been married for five years. They were married before they came to Wesleyan and have a 12-year-old son from Thane's previous mar- riage. "Balancing schedules is real tough at times," saidThane. "I do the best I can do between my schedule and his schedule and the 12-year-old's schedule," said Angela Tuttle. "It works out, some- how. We're both students, so we kind of know how it is." Kristy and Mike Moon, who were featured in the Valentine's Day issue on engagement, have been married just over a month. Kristy said the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

The Rambler Wesleyan experiences "Dangerous Days" in the Sone lBy Jeremy McClain |The Rambler As you gaze into the myriad 10! darkening reds, blacks, blues land tain; maybe even a little danger- ous. Something more is ip there, hidden, buried in the mind of the grays, you become [aware of an under- lying presence. A presence lat is ominous, Mark and uncer- .rtist. Something is ^coming. Something inknown, yet anticipated. Something big. "1 is my belief that you paint as you are. Th<ire is no faking painting How something looks has every- thing to do with how you are inside. This js my life, right now," said Anne Lawrence, senior art major and artist of the Senior Art Show entitled "Dangerous Days." When asked about the mean- ing of her show, "Dangerous Days," Lawrence explained, "These are dangerous days. 1 stand at ihe end of my time as an undergraduate, unsure of what comes next With graduate school as my goal, the months ahead stretch on forever because 1 do not know how it wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1995

The Rambler Texas Author to speak on campus By Melanie J. Miko Entertainment Editor The Rambler Award winning author, Robert Flynn, will be reading from his most recent book, "Living With the Hyenas" on Monday, Sept. 25, at 11 a.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. "Living with the Hyenas" is a collection of short stories with the unifying theme of people whb find themselves in a fragile condition in which they have to fight off the "hyenas" in their life. "Because of life, they are a lit- tle weaker than at an earlier stage or because of circumstances they find themselves in an awkward position where they have to deal with predators," said Flynn about his characters. Flynn has written four novels, "In the House of the Lord," "The Signs of Rescue, the Signs of Hope," "North to Yesterday," and "Wandering Springs". He is also the author of several eSsays and short stories In addition to "Living With the Hyenas," Flynn's short stories have been published iti a collection entitled "Seasonal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

T&iTy Rams beat Schreiner College 4 Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh Murphy's l aw goes hand-in-hand with bad days 5 ,^P 'Yf' Jan Ensemble plays at Oktoberfest 6 The Rambler September 27, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Handleman named interim vice president of advancement By Fli/abeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler ( arcn Handleman, former diiector ot development for special gifts, lias been named as interim vice president of advancement. Subie Green, former vice president of advancement, resigned in late August to accept the position of director of developemnt for the < inters for Disease Control in Atlanta. Green had been with Wesleyan for three years. "Jake asked me if I would take it (position) on when Subie resigned. I shadowed Subie until she left on Sept. 15, to learn as much as.possi- ble," said Handleman. The university is conducting a nationwide search to fill the position and Handleman said she is applying for the permanent position. President Jake...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Aline Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association \bu UME*H52 iN-HtXJR ACCENT ANP HM VifcNT T O-CSE IT. CK.TUERE^ X CKSINS FEE, ARTWORK FEE, & RUNS FEE, A, PMPER CUP FEE ANP f\ "STAPLING FEE. TUKT CPME5 ... loc*5 UKE ^ OHE TUE Hi HI, MR. ANCWSON. >^ws vfeSsS - 3 r~\ ,«*ralAkvV Es commentary brought to you by, By Stephen English You're watching the IBM World Series between the Pennzoil Yankees and the Frito- Lay Dodgers when the first commercial break starts. Since you now have a half- hour on your hands, you walk out to your car, which you bought new for $1,000 because of the Compuserve logo on the hood and the Pepsi decals adorning the doors, and drive to the grocery store for ice cream. You drive over Gatorade, Levi, Tandy Corp. and Blockbuster Video advertise- ments painted on the road. You slow down, as the light you're approaching is Coca-Cola. It turns Sprite and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

The Rambler of just traf- Llo sily lit and |ul to as lility W Computer Science adds six new courses Two major core classes, four electives added to curriculum By Art Requenpz The Rambler , The computer science depart- ment has added classes in response to changes in the business commu- nity. According to Dr. Linda Barasch, professor of computer sci- ence, such timeliness of classroom content is what allows Wesleyan graduates placement in the industry within six months of graduation. The program was expanded with a course in C++, a computer language, and a second semester of senior level systems. Four electives have also been made available which allow for study in the follow- ing areas: databases, graphics and operations. "The computer and software industries provide great opportuni- ties for sharp individuals to make above average salaries," said Barasch. "It is common,' especially in the smaller companies, that pro- grammers and hardware/ technical professionals do not have degree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

The Rambler m Soccer team scores first victory of season *w: OK lonv Viator, Rains' center hack, uses his head (luring the Sept. 22 soccer game against Texas Lutheran College. Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh By Greg Bogomol The Rambler TTie Rams' si>ccer team fell victim to Austin College 3-0, Sept. 20 in Sherman. The team fell 0-2-2, but there were a few bright spots in the game. Micah Bucholz, goal- tender, faced 12 shots, saving nine. "We didn't finish the ball well.'We tended to play it long in the air, but the guys thought it was the best game they played as a team in whole," said Coach Dave McAlpine. Wesleyan rebounded for their only victory of the sea- sun so far as they be.at Texas Lutheran 3-2 on Friday afternoon. McAlpine said, "We did the same thing as we did against Austin College in the first half as we sent the ball along." The Rams put it together in the second half and got r?1 v i i •. goals from Josh Coffman, Anwar Batook and Rene F lOfCS pitCllCS 3 flit Rosales, all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

The Rambler Murphy's laws: Anything that can go wrong will go wrong in lo rs IN By Christy Awad/ Features editor The Rambler Bad days. Almost everyone can attest to having one every now and then. They're the kind of days which seem to be governed by Murphy's laws like, "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong" and 'The light at the end of the tunnel is the headlamp of an oncoming train." Most students and faculty have experienced a horrible day since they've been at Wesleyan—-a day when things couldn't have gotten much worse. For freshman Jinni Hanes, it was the first Tuesday after she moved on campus. "1 didn't like it here. I was homesick and the depression started setting in," she said. Hanes said she felt lonely and began to question her reasons for choosing to live in the dorm. "I was so upset. 1 was really tempted to move out of the dorm and go home," said Hanes. Hanes reacted by withdrawing. '1 stayed iivmy room and watched TV. I got real sad. People that did- n't know me no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1995

The Rambler Wesleyan jazzes up Oktoberfest By Melanie J. Miko Entertainment Editor The Rambler The Texas Wesleyan Jazz Ensemble will perform at the 26th annual Oktoberfest on Sunday, Oct. 8, at 12:15 p.m. at the Tarrant County Convention Center. Jazz Director Tim Ishii said, "It's our first big push of the year. It gets the students motivated and it's a lot of fun." Freshman Jazz Ensemble members Jake Mowrer, Brenda Lewis and Shaun Lemke said this would be their first time playing Oktoberfest. Mowrer and Lemke said they were looking forward to playing at Oktoberfest. Lemke said, "I love playing in public." On the other hand, Lewis admitted to being apprehensive about the performance. As she explained, "I guess I'm the only scared one, It's my first time play- ing with Wesleyan." Senior music major Wes Griffin said that this was his fourth, year performing at Oktoberfest. He said he likes to play there because ' "it's a big crowd. There's lots of possible connections." The Jazz Ensem...

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

Woman which ran Sept. 28-30 in the I ire Station Theater Photo By Khumpha Bouaphanh 4 5 6 Soccer scores a winner Exxon fuels stud Students perform at Hip Pocket Theatre October 4, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Alcon CEO inducted into Business Hall of Fame NEW ENROLLMENT AT WESLEYAN Incoming Freshmen By Kathy Walker The Rambler I .dgar H. Sehollmaier, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Alcon Laboratories, Inc., was. hon- ored as the 1995 Executive ot the Year at the 26th annual Business Hall of-Fame Dinner Sept. 28, at the Fort Worth Club. Sehollmaier is scheduled to address the Wesleyan campus on Business Day, Oct. 10, at 10 a.m. in the McFadden Science Lecture Theater. The keynote speaker for the evening was • Carlos E. Represas, executive vice president of Nestle S.A. and chairman of ' Nestle Holdings, Inc., U.S.A. The Business Hall of Fame, sponsored by Texas Wesleyan University and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, "exempli- fies the vital partne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association I Ei: . Letters to the Editor... Student takes exception to GLE. club The Gay, Lesbian and Extras (G.L.E.) Club has been approved by the Student Government by a 5-2 vote.' I applaud Kristi With and Aaron Young who had enough courage to take a stand against the Club. The mission of TWU, as stated on page 12 of the Handbook, clearly states, "The purpose of the University is...to develop a spiritual sensitivi- ty and commitment to moral discrimination and action...." Members of the G.L.E. Club would undoubtedly argue that morals and ethics are a personal choice and should not be "forced" upon anybody else. Well, I challenge you to open your mind to my opinion. Just because 1 say something that you disagree with does not mean 1 am forcing my opinion on you. Practice what you preach; listen with an open mind and see the issue from b...

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

[S time. It. greatest |saga of a :an immi- the South |es of pre- ;rved as br to one Ronald I the Joint |r, George lopies of a Is--a hook lion of his become states, suoimate So the narkable ['d by his the first Jit of this pry- In run as lek mag- defeat percent [11 run as len con- control Impaign [rs of a Iple art? jarm of |>se than -runner Newt Ididates |m and I at any |ell run is the |f beat- llinton. |s now ltrist," lid by pppose lment lative latever /or of Is him jDole, have and Icused hear form, and lublic [hers; tests imi- [king and lore lie. )e a Sther I par- an Ihitn )ole [reek W':' I lent jnt )er- I for fnly in I the llin Another change taking place at Texas Wesleyan this year is in the former Testing and Counseling Center, now known as the Career and Testing Center. The Center is managed by Dr. Jim Caruiici, the head of the Center,. and his assistant, Lor.etta Hennard. The program aims to assist both Wesleyan students and alumni by help ing locate available jobs and proo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1995

The Rambler Soccer wins 4 in a row By Greg Bogomol The Rambler The Wesleyan Soccer team is on a roll as they have won four straight Heart of Texas Conference matches and improved their season record 4-2-2. 1'his past week the Rams- defeated St. Edward's who was in second place in the conference by a score of 3-2. They went on the road Sept. 29 and 30, where they beat Schreiner 3-2 and Concordia Lutheran 7-1. On Tuesday against St. Edward's the Rams controlled the game for the whole first half and the first 20 minutes of the second half. The Rams were preoccupied with keeping the lead instead of putting the game away. "We tried to be fancy instead of playing our game but we were able to stay tough and come out on top," said Coach Dave McAlpine. Mark Medina, mid fielder, and Josh Coffman, mid fielder, both scored while the third goal as the Rams put extreme pressure on the liet and St. Edward's kicked it into their own net giving the Rams the final margin in the 3-2 win. Friday the Ra...

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