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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 5 September 1990

Virginia Armstrong Clarifies Issues by Duanc Simolkc Virginia Armstrong professor of political science and legal studies coordinator often speaks out on important issues either as a teacher a guest lecturer or a writer. "I've always felt it was very important under the proper circum- stances to express and defend your values" said Armstrong. "I think it's necessary that Christians apply their values in the everyday world. That's the motivation that I'm functioning from." Though she is concerned about the issues Armstrong says she doesn't like conflicts or arguments. Instead she tries to provide clarifi- cation amid all the confusion and misinformation about today's issues. Armstrong has had a book Reasonable Christianity: An Intro- ductory Survey of Christian Apologetics and 20 articles some of them nearly book-length published. Besides a paper on American churchstate laws for HSU's Centennial Symposium she is also doing research for articles on the major movements in late twentieth...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1990

The Vol. 78 No. 3 Sept. 12 1990 )iBiiiNliiMK1KXSHHHUHNHIHMim. '3k i&?iElK.jMBi &$ f.tt Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University Digging In Israel: Students Find History by Rick Hope Five HSU students had an opportunity this summer to visit Israel on an archeolog- lcal field trip. Dr. Donnie Auvenshine who accom- panied the students said that HSU has been participating for the past three years in a program with the Israeli government involving the evacuation of the ancient city of Banias. Banias was originally the Bibli- cal city of CaevSarea Phillipi. The students attending were Carlton Earp Bryan Pollard Christine Allen Jason Madden and Brand staffer Tim Baker. They participated in the program with stu- dents from ACU and five other colleges and universities. Auvenshine said the students were required to attend several lectures during the summer before actually going on the trip. They were required to keep a person- al journal and a field journal during the trip and will ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1990

Richard's Nameless Colum nai Life in the Sub-Culture by Richard Ruanc The amazing thing about the English language is the speed with which it makes nouns into adjectives. A good example is the word Christian. Originally Christian meant someone who knew and followed Jesus Christ. Whether you were talking about the Apostle Paul or Mary Jones in 211 Wonderland apartments to say some- one was a Christian meant he or she had some kind of living relationship with the Lord. The word's first step into the adjecti- val use was to describe people to talk about this Christian person or that Chris- tian person to talk about a person who was a Christian. Well then we decided to add to the word's meaning a little we began to use the word Christian to describe things which were unique or marked the Chris- tian's world view. We began to talk about Christian values Christian perspectives Christian ethics Christian morality and Christian theology. Soon we began to attach the word to things which were...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1990

Cowbov Calender September 15-23 15 - Football vs. Howard Payne there 2 p.m. 17 - Volleyball vs. McMurry there 6 p.m. 20 - All University Volunteer Fair 20 - Volleyball vs. Tarleton there 7 p.m. 21 - Women's Soccer vs. College of S.W. here 2 p.m. 21 - Men's Soccer vs. College of S.W. here 8 p.m. 21 - Dedication of the Jake Sandefer Field House 21-23 - BSU Leadership Training Conf. 22 - Women's Soccer vs. SMU here 6 p.m. 22 - Men's Soccer vs. Oral Roberts here 8 p.m. Remember: The Faculty Art Show is now in progress at Frost Center. TYPING: Term papers $1.25 per page. Same day service. Call Connie 673-5806 Music Reviews Brother Beyond: Trust Reviewed by Kevin Burfield This British band recently invaded the U.S. with their first album. The album begins with the hit single "The Girl 1 Used To Know." "Drive On" follows with a brassy message on improv- ing declining moral issues with love. The album includes one remake from 1974 "When Will 1 See You Again" fol- lowed by the powerful title...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 September 1990

CJ o II IE II o o o Cavazos Shares Goals by Rick Hope Dr. Lauro Cavazos United States Secretary of Education spoke at HSU's 99th Convocation last Thursday. Dr. Cavazos was invited to speak in celebration of HSU's Centennial year. Cavazos said the educational system is currently on the decline and Texas is ranked 44th on the list of states with the highest graduation rates. To do some- thing about this dilemma the Bush administration has set six national education goals for the year 2000. Those goals are as follows: (1) By the year 2000 every child will be able to start school with an eager- ness to learn. Cavazos said this goal can only be obtainable through the help of parents. (2) By the year 2000 the high school graduation rates will have increased dramatically nationwide. Cavazos said that college students can help out with this by sponsoring tutoring and counseling programs. (3) Within the next ten years American students will demonstrate compe- tence in the basics at the 4th 8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 19 September 1990

The Brand Vol. 78 No. 4 Sept. 19 1990 Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University mmmmm Ijj 1 Iffll WfXM PWin? BB??i Wm4 $? 4Sm$""t Football Has Arrived by Carey Alderson Baseball basketball and soccer have been the main athletic events at HSU for the past fifteen years. Now returns HSU Cowboy Football not seen at HSU since 1963. It is now a part of the school's curriculum. Many people are asking why. Dr. Merlin Morrow director of athlet- ics said the reason for the return of foot- ball is "for more fall activities and to increase the male population." A study taken in 1983 by the Board of Trustees showed that the way to have more activities increase male population and provide a self-supporting program was to have a non-scholarship football pro- gram according to Morrow. What about the pressures on the play- ers and coaches? Zane Poe a freshman football player said "We feel that as a team we can only go forward whether we win or lose. I think we have to prove ourselves to HSU. "We h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 19 September 1990

Registrar's Column J Welcomes and Reminders by Dorothy Kiser Welcome to HSU! It is nice to see returning students along with a large group of new students-both freshman and trans- fer students. I hope your year has been a good experience so far. Here are some important dates to remember: Sept 22 - TASP (teacher edu- cation test); Oct. 4 - last date to drop with a grade of "w;" Oct 20 - ExCet (teacher cer- tification exam); and Oct. 24 - mid- semester progress reports. Students planning to graduate in December or May should file diploma cards in the Registrar's Office immedi- ately. If my staff or I can assist you in your academic questions please let us know. Editor's note: This column will alter- nate with Richard Ruane's column. Music Reviews The Seventy Sevens: Sticks and Stones Reviewed by Duane Simolke This isn't just an exercise in allitera- tion. It's the return of one of the most out- standing and innovative bands of the eight- ies. This is a collection of unreleased materia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 19 September 1990

.Lights! Camera! Action! by Shawnie Maffett Throughout the year student actors " actresses crew and light operators will be spending an enormous amount of time preparing for the 1990-91 theater season. The season begins in October with Frederico Garcia Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba. During his life Lorca opposed the Franco Regime. His play not only deals with issues of a family but also alludes to what was happening in the gov- ernment during the time period. The play is about a family who lose their father. The mother demands that the whole family mourn for eight years. The suppression of the mother resembles the Spanish repres- sion. Noises Off by Michael Frayn is a hilarious farce demonstrating different aspects of theater life. It is a play within a play and each act shows a different aspect . of stage. Act one shows how they build the set; act two exhibits the business and confusion of backstage; and act three shows how the troupe performs the play six months later when th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 19 September 1990

Soviets En J o y by Leigh Ann Whiddon HSU is hosting two exchange students from the Soviet Repub- lic of Kazakhasten this semester. Dilyara Gainullina is a 22-year-old fourth year student from the capitol city of Alma-Ata and is studying philology. Zhanna Saginova an 18-year-old second year student from Karaganda is studying economics. They are both here as part of an exchange program sponsored by a group of Southern Baptist colleges and universities but didn't know each other previous to the program. "We became acquainted in Alma-Ata... and then we went to Moscow together" said Gainul- lina. She said they knew a little about America before they came here. "We know that it's people are very kind and very friendly" she said "That is why we hoped they would meet us with kind- ness." She said she also likes "the Saturday holiday" because the U.S.S.R. has a six-day work week. "I like your people and your Coca-Cola" said Saginova. As for differences between U.S. and Soviet students Gainu...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 26 September 1990

Vol. 78 No. 5 Sept. 26 1990 IwtllP - ;MiiiM IHHiiPii Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University " - 4S.vf .. vESSSSMSoesS8W -V vdS :$SBM&&6Mmtit - s Photo Feature: Digging in Israel Part II Photos by Tim Baker. Top: Ruins at Beth-Shan. Bottom: Amphithreatre found in the ruins. Above: Dr. John Laughlin a professor from Averette Baptist College served as an area supervisor. Five HSU students participated in an Israeli dig during the summer under the direction of HSU professor Dr. Donnie Auvenshine. Special Announcements!!! Revival Is Coming! See "Database" page three for details on the Brush Arbor Revival as well as other eenb and programs. The Brand will not be published the first Wednesday in October nut 'vi)' return the following Wednesday.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 26 September 1990

Richard's Nameless Column Another Graduation Question by Richard Ruane There are several words that come to the mind of graduating seniors: career job work real world grad school future etc. I would like to suggest one that doesn't get mentioned very often: vocation. The word career means profession or occupation which defines what kind of job or work you have. Vocation includes and exceeds both of these. For me to ask you what your career will be is to ask you what you will be doing during that time you are going to be "at work". For me to ask you what your vocation will be is to ask you what you are going to do with your life. It can hardly be said that someone who becomes a monk has chosen a career. He doesn't go to the monastery at 9:00 am and drive home at 5:00. He doesn't talk about what he's going to be doing on the weekend or try not to take his work home with him. He is a monk waking or sleeping all day all month all year from the time he starts to the time he dies. As I si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 26 September 1990

Database (This column is compiled by the editor from memos and news releases including releases from HSU Media Relations. Send any news of interest to HSU students to Brand editor Drawer P. Deadline: Thursdays at 5.) 100 Years of Memories will feature slides from the Richardson Library Research Center and the Abilene Photograph Collection. Everyone is invited. Dr. B.W. Aston head of the history department will present the slide lecture on Thursday Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Duffy. Birthday cake and punch will be offered following the program. High School Weekend a.k.a. HSU Round-Up is Sept. 28 and 29. It will give high school students the opportunity to stay on campus talk with admissions and financial aid personnel and tour the campus. Other special events include a pool party Friday evening and Saturday's football game. For more info call Admissions ext. 1206. Revival...HSU's old fashioned Brush Arbor Revival will be Oct. 1-4. The evangelist will be Dr. James Flamming pastor of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 26 September 1990

ROTC Gives by Courtney Sewell The ROTC program started at HSU in 1952 currently has 90 members fifteen per cent of which are females. The program includes students from HSU McMurry ACU and Howard Payne University. Lt Col. John Breier head of the department of military science and ROTC Opportunities However fifty detachments were closed down in the U.S. this summer which will narrow the area of selection. As a result of the closed programs HSU received transfer students eager to enroll in our program. "The ROTC program at HSU is designed to give interested students an said "Most people don't realize that 75 per opportunity to examine the program and to cent of the officers commissioned to active duty come from ROTC therefore the quality of the ROTC programs is of great importance." Eighteen officers including two women were commissioned from HSU's program last year. "The philosophy of the ROTC national army is to have a well-rounded national core" said Breier. He added that their giv...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1990

EmjiiiHiiiLi Vol. 78 No. 6 Oct. 10 1990 Student Voice of Har din-Simmons University i JKbgjjf New Nurse Begins Work At HSU by JeffEgger HSU's new university nurse is Gwendolyn Angel. She and her husband Joseph moved to Abilene a month ago. Joseph is a navigator aboard C-130S stationed at Dyess. Prior to this they were stationed in Sacramento. Gwendolyn is a graduate of Presbyterian School of Nursing in Charlotte North Carolina. She said they really like Abilene and "The people are more friendly." The university nursing facility is designed to handle almost any problem a student might have but is basically there for immunizations such as tetanus measles and flu vaccines. These cost $5 each. The nurse provides counseling for such things as weight problems school difficulties and pregnancy. Other services include dispensing over-the-counter drugs arranging doctor's appointments for students and arranging any health-related activity on campus such as the blood drive. However the nurse's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1990

1 s Column Registrar Advanced Registration Near by Dorothy Kiser Fall is in the air and I'm sure you have gotten into the swing of things this semester. Everything is "nearly" back to normal in theRegistrar's Officewhatever "normal" is! We are making plans for advance registration for the spring semester as this goes to press. Seniors: completed diploma cards are due in the Registrar's Office now if you plan to graduate in December or May! (Blank diploma cards are available there.) Reminder: Mid-semester progress reports will go out near the end of October. Many of you have inquired about the availability of spring schedules. They should be available by the first of November. If you have a HSU box one will be placed in it as soon as they're available. N -u5LL cT Rfgv ifS wj s by Kevin Burfield News Boys: Hell Is For Wimps This Australian group will catch the eye just by the title of the album. The group who opened for Mylon and Broken Heart at HSU on Oct. 1 conveys a message of lovi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1990

Database j" (This column is compiled by the editor from memos and news releases including releases from HSU Media Relations. Send any news of interest to HSU students to Brand editor Drawer P. Deadline: Thursdays at 5.) Dr. Shuichi Matsumara a leader in the Japan Baptist Convention and recipient of an honorary doctor of divinity degree from HSU died Sept. 28 in Tokyo. He was a leader of the "Japan Baptist New Life Movement" in 1963 a nationwide evangelistic emphasis. HSU's Cowboy Band spent six weeks in Japan during the movement. Dr. Fletcher said Japan and Asia will feel Matsumara's influence "for many years to come." Dr. B.W. Aston had quadruple by-pass surgery Friday Sept. 28. The surgery went well but recovery is expected to take 3-6 weeks. Please send cards flowers etc. to Humana Hospital Room 220B. Dr. Robert Hamner professor of English recently received advance copies of his latest book Joseph Conrad: Third World Perspectives. This is Hamner's third book the second he has edi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 10 October 1990

Theater Sea by Duane Simolke Midland resident Blandi McNeil is one of the student actors in the HSU Theater Department production of Frederico Garcia Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba. The play directed by Dr. Trish Mc Adams and designed by Larry Wheeler uses a family's struggles to symbolize the social turbulence in Spain during the thirties. Bernarda Alba has five daughters. Senior Dorothy DeLeon plays Bernarda and McNeil plays Amelia the middle daughter. son Begins school but I felt that wasn't what the Lord had for me" she said. McNeil's role of Alice in Lewis Carroll: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast continued through their last season as the theater students toured with the production. "It gave us an opportunity to experience travel and a longer run" she said. "I think the show developed over a longer period. I got to know the part of Alice better." Tickets for Bernarda Alba are $5 "Through the whole play there's inner each but any HSU student staff or faculty turmoil" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 October 1990

Vol. 78 No. 7 Oct. 17 1990 Student Voice of Har din-Simmons University Mace Symbolizes HSU's Standards by Rick Hope A centennial celebration always indicates a time for new beginnings. A new athletic program. A new business building. A new mace. That's right. A new mace. According to Dr. Ron Presley dean of the School of Business the mace a formidable weapon of earlier days was held to protect a leader. For Hardiii-Simmons the mace has become a symbol of office and is carried by the president of the faculty. The new mace was designed by Sonya Duckworth a 1990 graduate of the HSU School of Art. Duckworth was the winner of a contest sponsored by the advertising design section of the art department and she was recognized for her efforts with a $100 check. Arthur Williams an Abilene sculptor produced the new mace. The School of Business and the Class of 1940 underwrote the $1900 project. The flame on the new mace is symbolic of light and truth and its distinct divisions represent the Fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 October 1990

Richard's Nameless ColumnH Writer Has Influence by Richard Ruane I've been reading this book Reahty and the Vision in which 18 Christian writers all members of the Chrysostom society tell what writer has influenced them most and why. The contibuting writers include many of my favorites: Richard Foster Calvin Miller Steve Lawhead Madeleine L'Engle Walter Wangerin and Harold Fickett; as well as many I was not so familiar with. The writers the group listed ranged from Ray Bradbury to William Shakespeare from J.R.R Tolkien to St. Augustine. The only criteria for who each author picked was "who has influenced you most as a writer?" Don't worry this won't be a book review but that question left me musing. I began to wonder what writer has had the most influence on me. The list of writers I loved began to form. I thought of J.R.R. Tolkien who had brought me through High School. Then there were poets like John Donne George Herbert William Blake and William Wordsworth. And of course there wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 17 October 1990

Noises On The Pag eL - Campus Publicity Is Weak by Duane Simolke These words are too familiar: "I wish I'd known about that." Here's another frustrated response: "Why doesn't anyone tell me anything?" Both sentences are in reference to events and programs at HSU. Many of the people who do the planning on campus need to get their information to the right people so we can c get it to everyone else. Recently I attended the Mylon & Broken Heart concert (sponsored by Tidrow Productions and CAC) and the Brush Arbor Revival (sponsored by the theology department). What a shame that students had to choose which one to go that Monday night. Many would have gone to both if the conflicting time had been publicized realized and - corrected. Neither event had as many students as they would have had with better promotion. Both events were costly and time-consuming for the dedicated individuals who planned them. Broken Heart and their guests the Newsboys (The editor partially relies on HSU Medi...

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