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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1995

The Rambler Special Collections room in library has it all Old books, new books and more By Christy Awad /Features editor The Rambler Where can you go to find vol- ume one, number one of National Geographic'! What about Wesleyan's first yearbook or news- paper? Ever seen a, photo of Mulkey Hall when it used to have a porch with rocking chairs, or Texas Wesleyan when the buildings were still new? Welcome to the Eunice West Special Collections room on the third floor of the Eunice and James L. West Library, a place where you can find all of the above and much more. The special collection room contains a wide variety of materi- als, both old and new, ranging from books and slides to Wesleyan records and catalogues. "It has anything out of the ordinary," ' said director of the library Cindy Potter. "It's basically a repository of anything we want to hang onto." The glass-encased "reading" room leading into the special col- lections work room is furnished with chairs, couches und lamps I...

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

The Rambler What's the Fine Arts attraction? By Lori Shelton The Rambler Every semester brings new faces and new talent to the fine arts department. But have you ever wondered what draw*. these stu dents to Wesleyan? What does Wesley an have that other schools don't? Fine arts majors have an array of reasons for choosing Wesleyan. Reputation is one determining factor. Freshman theater major Vicki Olson said, "i chose Wesleyan because of its reputable music and theater departments." Another reason is faculty, In reference to the admission process, freshman theater major Ceyli Delgadillo said, "The staff seemed like they really cared about my attendance. So far 1 really love it!" "Joe Brown (the- ater department chair) has a lot to show and leach me about techni- cal theater,'" said Clay McDaniel, freshman theater major. Another attraction is -jaz/ instructor Tim Ishii. Freshman music majors, Jake Mowrer and Shaun Lemke said that Ishii approached them at a jazz concert about attend- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

Aftermath of trial of century Volunteer Wesleyan seeks students Campus community helps shelter Soccer 9 10 Donors help the future Movie Reviews wu Senior Art Exhibit featuring Isabel Zamon^jQ j | g Schrum favors diversity: bans G.L.E. By Kim [ .aster/ Editor The Rambler In a memorandum issued by President Jake Schrum on Oct. 5, he stated that Texas Wesleyan will not sanction or recognize the Gays, Lesbians and Extras Club (G.1..E). "As long as we are a part of the United Methodist Church, as long as the United Methodist Church has taken a stand on this and as long as we are going to be supported by the Methodist Church, I feel that our stance needs to be in line with the United Methodist Church which is to not sanction,.or authorize or fund groups that aVow homosexuality," said Schrum. The club, which was approved by the Student Government Association (SGA), Student Activities Committee (SAC) and Claire Graham, interim dean of stu- dents, earlier this month, needed final approval by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association G.L.E. Club rejection sparks campus controversy ■ Hypocrisy 101 fh • v w ■ ' • ' */#;v7 .-:/W • A much loved and loving ' member of the Texas Wesleyan community is stricken with a dreaded and fatal disease. A stu- dent who avows Christianity tells me, "He asked for it. He had it coming. He is getting what he ■ deserves." Pray lor the sick and weak; (Unless they are different from i.you.) Christian logic? A group of students recognize ;and accept their genetic makeup. They wish to avow (avow accord- ing to Webster's dictionary is to declare openly without shame) 'Avho they are and be accepted as pail of the WesleyUn community. They are called sinners and told they do not belong here. "He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone." John S:7 (Unless you decide their .sin is worse than yours.) Christian logic? Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

The Rambler Religion is no argument against gays, lesbians By Timothy S. Koirtyohann Special to The Rambler A while back 1 had a friend named David Robinson. He has since moved back to California. I was thinking about David as 1 often do when the subject of gays and lesbians comes up. You see, David was gay. 1 remembered how when he was here, we would talk of love and rela- tionships; me about • heterosexual ones, he about homosexual ones, I remembered also the day I real- ized what it would mean to switch places with a gay person. It would mean not holding the person you loved in public. It would mean con- stant ridicule by society in general and often your family specifically; it would mean a life of hardships over things that should bring only joy. I bring this up because recently a debate has developed on our campus over the issue of a group known by its acronym, G.L.E. (Gays, Lesbians and Extras). This group sought through normal and proper process to be rec- og'nized as a form...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

MPUS The Rambler EWS Volunteer Wesleyan serves community By Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler Servicing the community in which we are located is the prima- ry focus of Volunteer Wesleyari. "We are in the Poly communi- ty. Wesleyan is not here to take but to give back to the communi- ty," said Amy Tate, administrative and program assistant for Jeff Miller, chaplain. Tate graduated from Wesleyan in May with a bachelor of arts in history. Volunteer Wesleyan, now in its third year encompasses any volunteer opportunity that the school gets involved in, said Tate, who coordinates the program out of the chaplain's office. "The idea of Volunteer Wesleyan is to serve as a liaison, and to try to encourage all to get involved. Having the volunteer services in one office provides stu- dents and organizations one place to go. 1 can help to publicize vol- unteer opportunities for organizations, and I also organize certain volunteer projects, such as the Presbyterian Night Shelter," sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

The Rambi.br of its *26 le at )n. ss- or ig Iter Ion G.L.E. Club decision violates First Amendment rights of members G.L.E. from page I "SMU accepts money from the Methodist Church and I guess they decided that they could live with that ambiguity. I don't want to comment on whether or not the decision for them is the right decision or the wrong deci- sion, but I felt that you can't speak out of both sides of your mouth," said Schrum. "(SMU) has to make the decision that makes the best sense for them. I'm not second guessing their decision, but 1 just felt this was the right decision for us to make," said Schrum. Gant said, "This is what the chap- lain (Jeff Miller) says, 'The practice of homosexuality does not work with Christianity.' The practice of homo- sexuality is not what is being discussed. It's homosexuals. If we are allowed human rights and civil rights, I don't understand why this club is being denied. The club is not about the practice of homosexuality. It's about homosex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

The Rambler mm MM igpiM %tllltP§if ■UN) Ifjl ' . .-i' m h "jr.. i.hrl Lady Rams sweep up at Classic 7-1 Cassk Underwood, setter for the Lady Ram's Volleyball team, was named player of the week by the NAIA Southwest Region. Underwood lead team to a 7-1 victory at the Lady Rams Volleyball Classic Oct. 13-14. The games were held here.. Left: Underwood cheers oi team during Volleyball Classic. Below: Middle Blocker Misha Hamilton blocks shot during this weekend's tournament. Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh Soccer team has bad luck streak Left: Pedro Alverado, mid fielder, takes 'possession of the ball at the TCU game on Oct. 3. Below: Micah Buchholz loses control of the ball when Mary Hardin-Baylor sank one in during overtime at the Oct. 14 game. ' Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh * >,x. • . ' •: .^y, mmrnm V T.. i .mi Classified Ads 1 RAISE $$$$ THE CITIBANK FUNDRAISER IS HERE TO HELP YOU! FAST, EASY, NO RISK OR FINANCIAL OBLIGATION- GREEKS, GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS, CALL NOW. RAIS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

The Rambler nfl w Tennis anyone? Above: Keith Jordan, men's singles team, gets ready to smash the ball baek to Howard Payne player, Henry Gonzales, win- ning the match 6-3, 7-5. Right: Mariessa Smith, women's single team, swings to win against Howard Payne Oct. 12. Final score was 6-0, 6-1. Below: Kristi Birdwell also beat Howard Payne, 6-2, 6-3. m rW Wr - I I ~ m '■ m g Wm >■/: sgg m jpaBjim 8IWHI m I 1 I lit i . I ' ■■HitA I • . . • i... . • >■ . ,l . • ■ -■ . Tmf . _ _ \ ime: 11:00 -12 noon, ■ '*■;.:v./' : \ . Baseball Profile: Outfielder is travel team hopeful By Kim Laster/Editor The Rambler He knows this game. He has been playing it since he was five. , He was on the Boswell High School varsity team for three years. He knows this game. "I just like playing sports," said Jack Huxel, freshman and travel team hopeful, is an outfielder for the Ram's Baseball team. "Huxel, who received a University scholarship and the Dr. Pepper Scholarship, a pri- vate donor, is a mechanical...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

URE The Rambler Scholarship donors help make education possible for students in financial need Dorm residents Nikisha Cooper, Collette Adams, Scott Anderson and Tony -Viatore opjoy the party on the balcony of Stella Russell Hall last Thursday. Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh By Kathy Walker The Rambler Educational opportunities for many Wesleyan students are provid- ed through the contributions of scholarship donors. i believe donors who invest in scholarships for this generation real- ly care about the future," said president Jake Schrum. "Their giv- ing shows faith in the younger generation and a desire for them to be successful and educated." Julie MacMillan, director of- annual giving, said that scholarship recipients currently receive monies from more than 60 endowed scholar- ships, some established 20 to 30 years ago. Who are these scholarship donors, and why do they give money? According to MacMillan, donors are generous people with a variety of reasons for establishing scholarshi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

TERTAINMENT The Rambler Id se "... ry )y: ii- ** [ct rs. I'" )d: |or n z Irs is. le « ;ir ; a * lilt ;s bd . pr " lit It it h t if' it * |6 Its I JM k: Ir- Ia )f i lis ' ;d ii: is Ir- rr (IS Movie Reviews i l\vin brothers, Allen and Albert Hughes worked togther to make the film Dead Presidents which stars Larenz Tate who plays Anthony Cutis, a Vietnam vet. Photo Courtesy of Hollywood Pictures Company Dead Presidents depicts a Vietnam veteran's desolation By Timothy Honsinger II The Rambler Twin brothers Allen and Albert Hughes, also known as the Hughes Brothers, have recently released their new film Dead Presidents. The Hughes Brothers' second directing effort, Dead Presidents, has as much energy and excitement as their first feature film, Menace II Society. ' The film follows Anthony Curtis (Larenz Tate) from his senior year in high school through his tours in Vietnam and into his post-war life. Curtis' postwar trauma is compounded by his inability to find a job and to support his ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 October 1995

RTS The Rambler Mi Arte, Mi Viva: JffiZRS By Melanie J. Miko Entertainment Editor The Rambler "All I've done all my life is art. So art is my life. It's part of my soul. Without it I would probably be rather empty," said senior Isabel Zamora explaining the title of her exhibit, "Mi Arte, Mi Vida, My Art, My Life" currently on display in the Law Sone Fine Arts building. Zamora's exhibit includes painting, drawings and intaglio prints. Zamora said, "Each piece is a style, an expression of what I do, what 1 come from, the challenges of the stress of everyday life." A major portion of Zamora's work focuses on the human body, but many of her depictions are androgynous, Zamora stated, "For me the body is a work of an that God created. Defining the sex of the body isn't important but the shape, the figure itself." Each print displayed has its cor- responding plate. As Zamora. explained, "intaglio prints are plates of metal that have been dry pointed, or etched, with acid." Among the exhibi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

iH North Texas-Oklahoma region of the Anti-Defamation League. !l New registration process Students make Halloween plans Soccer season draws to end New play begins this week 3 4 5 6 I P Xv 7S 1 C m Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Funding cuts in NEA threaten Poly culture By Stephen English News Editor/The Rambler Congressional dispute aver funding for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), a federal agency which gives grants to artists and art programs in com- munities and schools, has hit home for some faculty and students at Wesleyan. East year Congress cut funding for the NEA by 5 percent from the previous year, allotting a budget of $161.6 million for fiscal year 1995. The budget costs each taxpayer less than 50 cents a year, according to Tobias Perse, a writer for Rolling Griffin says media is competitive . . tg1 Marty Griffin, public defender Photo By Khampha Bouaphanh By Allison E. Wood The Rambler "The bottom line in the media business is that you have to know...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Letters to the Editor... Students should accept beliefs of Wesleyan's founders ; I write this letter in response to the very negative comments regard- ing President Schrum's decision to not recognize the Gays, Lesbians and Extras Club. First of all, let me say that I believe that homosexuality is wrong. 1 do not believe, however, that' homosexuals are not people and do not deserve their rights. They do! However, Christians have their rights, too. It was said in one of the articles that the idea of supporting church ideas on campus goes against the •' entire idea of a university. I would like to state that 1 chose this school because it is a Methodist affiliated school. It is the right of any group of people to establish a learning envi- ronment that represents and stands for their beliefs and practices whether they be moral, re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

The Rambler 1 am- ■ yxr#:" >• .: £>« jlter- y than:; Kearney leaves Wesleyan; Parker takes over in freshman admissions By Stephen English News EditoryThe Rambler .Taking the reins of the freshman I admissions department is Charles ! Parker, who has previous service in a student recruitment capacity as the assistant director of the Weekend University and also has four years ser- vice in a freshman recruitment role. Parker took over where Kim Kearney left off on Oct 2. Kearney, who resigned from Wesleyan in late August and left on Sept. 27, has taken a job as associate registrar at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Kearney spent 15 years at Texas Wesleyan, first as a student and then working in admissions. She graduated with a music degree in 1981 and went to work for the school in admissions from 1982 to 1 WO. She worked for the Medical Center for two years and then returned to Wesleyan as the direc- tor of freshman admissions when Timothy Martinez ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

The Rambler Faculty and students participate in Brush-Up By Amy Tate Special to the Rambler The Fifth Annual Cowtown Brush-Up took place Oct. 14. Cowtown Brush-Up is a commu- nity effort to bring together volunteers from the City of Fort Worth to paint homes for elderly and low-income cit- izens. Texas Wesleyan had four teams who painted five houses. Ronnie Gibbs, Christian educa- tion major, said he felt Cowtown Brush-Up was a very positive experi- ence. Sponsored by the Mayor's office and the Department of Housing, CowtOwn Brush-Up is a community project. According to Elizabeth Dunagin of the Fort Worth housing office, the houses chosen must be a completely Wooden structure, one- story, home-owner occupied and in need of paint.' The home-owner must be below a certain income, elderly and/or hand- icapped to qualify. Ail the homes were painted in two colors which were cho- sen by the home-owner prior to the paint day. The paint and supplies were donated by Home Depot. Mrs. Baird's, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

The Rambu r Sports trainer elected to secretary of SATA By Greg Bogomol The Rambler Wesleyan senior trainer Chris Masingill was elected secretary of the Southwest Athletic Trainer Association (SATA) during the sum- iper. Southwest Athletic Trainers (SAO is the student organization for the SATA which is district six of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) that involves Texas and Arkansas. SAT is the student por- tion of Southwest Athletic Trainer Association (SWATA) which is held every summer in July. Masingill is part of the student organization that is. responsible for coordinating and scheduling events. ' "The new group of elected offi- cers are trying to give the student portion of the organization a more pro- fessional look with workshops and classes," Masingill said.. "I feel we as students can be learning what the issues in the professional world are now because we will be the ones there ill the years to come." Starting at the convention in July 19% the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 October 1995

NTERTAINMENT The Rambler Upcoming Fine Arts Events Oct. 26-28 Oct. 26 Oct. 26 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Five Women Wearing the Same Dress 7:30 p.m. Dave MiuiciniAVind Ensemble/jazz 7:30 p.m. Concert Fall Full Moon Masked Ball 8 pan. (Resident and commuter students are invited to attend.) Dark Night Theatre: Student Written 7:30 p.m. Original Flay Presentation Vocal & Piano Recital Featuring 7:30 p.m. (iuest Vocalist: Sara Tedtsco and Wesleyan's Resident Pianist: Dr. Carol Leone Fine Arts Auditorium Law Sone Fine Arts Building Dora Roberts Dining Hall Firestation Theatre Law Sone Fine Arts Building Nov. 6 Nov. 6 Art Show Featuring Guest Artist: Sandra Grimland School Hours West Library Dark Night Theatre: Student Written 7:30 p.m. Original Play Presentation Firestation Theatre rr"iii in1 —rc-'n uv '.it i W. 107 U IBS 10.-? 101 ^■106 H07 1(V4 ! 0 > ''4 Wm § V- "I $ ifj^! Oops! In last week's issue Isabel Zamora's art exhibit was incorrectly identi- fied as Mi Arte, Mi Viva. The correct ti...

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

■t§ 00 X- fund-raising cause. See page 3 for fund-raising results. * ll Tennis team works to ace competition 4 A day in the life of an Intensive English Student 5 Pianist and soprano make beautiful music 6 rr r 1, 1995 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Professor takes own life in parking lot By Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler Dr. Marshall Hamilton, pro- lessor of accounting, committed suicide on Saturday, according to iIk medical examiner's office. He was found in his car at 7:30 a.m. hi Saturday by a security guard. His car was in the parking lot of a medical complex. He was 53. Hamilton, who was battling depression, was on medical dis- ability for the fail semester. He was last seen on Friday at 7:30 p.m. Memorial services will be Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth. In accordance with his wishes, Hamilton's remains will be cremated. President Jake Schrum will assist Dr. William Longsworth, associate minister of F...

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

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Anne Lawrence, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Repertoire of lessons enhanced by saying "NO" to prejudice Uy Elizabeth T. Lamb Managing Editor/The Rambler Life is about learning lessons. As a child we learn how to walk, talk and dress ourselves. We also learn such things as hate and prejudice. In Fargo, N.D., about two weeks ago, a hate crime was com- mitted against an Iranian store owner. In response to the crime, the people of the city fought back. They said no to such horrible crimes and turned out in force to protest and to support the vic- t i m s. To bring the problem even closer to home, Fort Worth and yes, even Texas Wesleyan experience prejudice and the personal violations which accompany it. Think about the last few weeks and what has been transpir- ing on this campus about the rights of people to officially organize. They have been violated. Prejudice has been co...

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