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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1996

The Rambler t | New hall manager is iek. and she ent be 'an. >rth 1st) Mo nil exl ior n 'Prince' of Stella By Christy Awad Managing editor Brian Prince paints and goes to sem- inary, and as of Feb. 23, is the new hall manager of Stella Russell Hall. "This job is a needed thing and a blessing it happened at the time it did. Hopefully I can be a help around here," said Prince.' Prince has been in Fort Worth for close to a year as a student at Southwestern Baptist Seminary where he is working toward a mas- ter's of arts/religious education. He is from Charlotte, N. C. "The RA's (resi- dent assistants) are very competent," said Prince, who replaced former hall manager Randy Johnson. "They've handled things in a very profes- sional manner and taken on a lot of responsibilty, which has made the transition a lot easier on me." Prince said he enjoys being in a college atmosphere. He worked as a youth minister and'a middle school Photo by New hall manager of Stella Rusvsell Hall Brian gui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 March 1996

The Rambler Student directors to showcase their talent in Dark Night Theatre Photo b> Khampha Bouaplunh Student directors are from left Corey Ranson and Stephanie Carlberg. By Melanie J. Miko E11 tortaininent editor Senior theater majors Stephanie Carlberg and Corey Ranson will showcase their directing talent on March H ai 7:30 p.m. in the Fire Station Theatre. Carlberg and Ranson are direct- ing these shows as part of assistant professor and director of acting and' directing studies Ken Stilson's advanced directing class. Carlberg said, "I've always been interested in directum and took the class to see if I was any good at it," On the other hand, Ranson went into the class with the intent of improving his acting skills. He said, "I took this, class because as an actor, I felt il would help me better understand the view of the director and, at the same time, help make me a better actor." ■ Both students said that direct- ing can be stressful. "It's a lot of pressure'because it th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

fesleyan art major Jennifer Carter displays a work at her senior exhibit. Coverage on Entertainment,, page 6. Ton change takes neat from editors Another turnover in residential living Vegas night racks it up English honor society gets down in New Mexico Music springs well from students, alumnus TEXAS WESUVAN March 13, 1996 Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, Texas Presidential Profiles In the months approaching the presidential election, The Rambler will provide profiles on the candidates. Steve Forbes By Robyn At wood Staff writer NAMK: Malcolm Stevenson ("Steve") Forbes, Jr. PERSONAL: Born July 18, 1947 in Morristown, NJ. Married to Sabrina Forbes, with five daughters, ages 7 to 22. Upon his father's death, he inherited 51 percent of the Forbes pub- lishing empire. He also owns 35 per- cent of Forbes Inc. properties, includ- ing a 151-foot yacht, a chateau in Normandy, castles in England and Morocco, a $70 million Fiji island, and a Boeing 727 jet named the "Capitalist Tool." Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

Christy Avvad, Managing Editor Brad Ball, Graphic Artist Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association HJMl WrrlTKH Muuvmm 9i NAJ SHGU MiH jwatomc ncGNfMri mm\o* BHtKldWS Intervention necessary in New World Graduation change may rain on parade I editorial Vou made ii! Finally. It only look lour years (maybe live!) to get to this day: Commencement. Class ol 1006. The money has been spent on invitations, on the gown.and cap, yon even have family coming in from all over to watch yon waltz across the stage and receive that hard earned diploma. Better bring an umbrella with you. And a heavy coat. Then again, the weather could warm up and your Aunt Sally might need a fan to help her cool down. You can never'tell what the Texas weather will he like. Why does the weather affect your commencement day? Why should you worry about another damaging hailstorm (they always come in May) when you should be worrying.about walking up the stairs without tripp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

The rambler A 1 I<£ 8 In Brief... OjLCanWiUL Meetings The Hispanic Organization of Leadership and Achievement (H O.L.A.) will have a meeting tomorrow in the business building in room 124 at II a.m. The Gays, Lesbians and Everybody Else (G.L.E.E.) Club will meet today at 2:30 p.m. in the McFadden Science Lecture Theater. The -Mitchell Lecture Series will present Dr. Robert Landolt, professor of chemistry, on Friday, April 19, at I p.m. in the orienta- tion room of the West Library. He will present a demonstration of Project Undergraduate Cooperative Access to Information Resources (UCAIR). Other The West Library will be open during spring break on Saturday, March 16 and 23 from noon to 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 17 and 24 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. During the week it will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 1996 Writing Awards are being co-sponsored by the Wesleyan chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. Categories include poetry, short fiction and essay. Work must be original and su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

The Rambler Athletic fundraiser hits jackpot By Brigette Guesno Staff writer -< Going once, twice, sold for $750,000. This might seem like a lot. of money (or the 500 athletic support- ers attending the Wesleyan athletic department's Las Vegas Night fundraiser held March 9 at the Holiday Inn. The annual fundraiser helped raise $ 9,000 for the general athletic fund. The money will hopefully help the athletic department with trans- portation needs. The night's events, included a social hour, gambling, an auction, and for some, an early breakfast at the hotel's restaurant following the event. The games played were black jack, roulette, chug-a-luck, bingo,' and poker. The athletes were sent out prior to the event to sell tickets (prices ranged from $15.to $10 in turn for $6,000 or $3,000 in chips) and find table sponsors and dona- lions. The donations were packaged together at the end to be auctioned off for the highest bidder. The most extravagant donation was a piano. The highest b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

The Rambler I i i I1 Photo by Khnmphu Bouaphanh Trisha Hale, graduate student and wife of mass communications professor Ben Hale, will tour Israel with the Dallas Symphony Chorus. The Rambler by Kathy Walker For Trisha Hale, Wesleyan gradu- ate student and wife of mass communications professor Dr, Benjamin Hale, her upcoming trip to Israel with the Dallas Symphony Chorus (DSC) will be one of the more memorable events'of her life, she said. • On July 1. the DSC will depart for Tel Aviv. Israel, for a 15 day concert tour under the direction of Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Zuhin Mehta. The DSC will present six performances of post-romantic composer Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 8 in li flat. better known as the Symphony of a Thousand, Hale said. She said that DSC conductor David Davidson has been rehearsing the chorus in preparation for the tour. Hale is a graduate of Wheaton College in Illinois, where she began studies in music with vocal emphasis before changing to elementa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 March 1996

The Rambler K i I Hjr' K I I W:'" I- I . wmi& ' m K'' Em Tg&y I m: Art exhibition, Bodies in Motion to show in Law Sone Fine Arts Center By Telmha Slack Staff writer Art major Jennifer Carter will display her work in her senior art exhibi- tion, Bodies in Motion, on March 25-30 in the Law Sone Fine Arts Center. The show will exhibit the art work that she has designed over the last two and a half years at Wesleyan. The theme of her art centers around the human mind and its various moods and emo- tions, she said. "The pieces that are going into the show are figures of some sort or another," said Carter. "The pieces are usual- ly in some kind of form that exhibit some sort of emotion." Carter is also a 9i Bodies in Motion by senior Jennifer Carter will show in her art exhibit. psychology major and said she gets many of her ideas for her pieces from psychology books. Additionally, Carter said she has been influ- enced by many famous artists, but that her favorite is the late Spa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 April 1996

Don't be fooled! This isn't a real issue of The Rambler, it's just... April 3, 1996 TEXAS WESLfi'^ifUNivERSiTY — • |} — — • Fort Worth, Texas collaiti) Street library M Professor arrives late, Photo by The Good King 'Erasergate' causes people to say, 'Huh?' By John Lennon Editor An anonymous source in the math department told The Schrumbler that math students will soon be required to equip their pen- cils with triangular erasers, in addi- tion to the erasers included on the pencils. "This is going to suck," said some blonde guy, who ran in terror when he discovered he was talking to a Schrumbler reporter. "Those things are 'spensive." "They always mess me up," said something. The conditions of its anonymity required The Schrumbler to not indicate whether or not it was a human being. A high-level administrator Who would identify himself only as "Vicki" confirmed the rumor by writing his answer on a gum wrap- per and pushing it to this reporter while hiding his face with his hands. Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 April 1996

.Yoko Ono, Managing Editor •PINIONATED WINDBAGS George Harrison, Graphic Artist Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association, Central Intelligence Agency f Photo contributed by BoZoe Makeup application is the last surviving class from the clown major. However, this is not a picture of that class, but of Dr. Norwood's business problems and trends class. Letter from, I mean, to the John * Clam gets his rakeup in A rad, vents steam and blcws off rubber nose Dear John, I'm si) upset that I'm about to pee my pants! What's happening to our university, [his place I used to view as a fine institution? i and a few of my classmates who are also PRE-PROFESSIONAL POSTINGS eight-year seniors are hurt and we refuse to stand for it anymore. That's right, we're leaving. Let me start at the beginning. When 1 came to Wesleyan eight years ag^,- things were different. The things that drew me to this institution were classes such as Piling into a Paddy wagon,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 April 1996

NF.WS SPORTSj FF.ATURF.S AND STI IFF THE RUMBLEfc-REAL FUNNY, NO MONEY In Boxers... The biology department American symbol of death) you all. . . the walrus was exhibited a walrus (which in that little pond thin^v. Dam... happens to be a Native And here's another clue fur Yep! Only one! Campus Boxers is provided as. a service to the Texas Wesleyan Community, so thank us. Announcements of events, meetings and other general information should be brought to the Rumbler Office; located upstairs in the Brown Lupton Campus Center < follow the smell of sweaty yet yummy journalists) or sent through campus mail, five days prior to the desired publication. The Rumbler reserves the right to edit for length, style, taste, or a S5 milk shake. Please don't bring us long stuff though, cause that's too hard. Long. Heh heh. Hard. Heh heh heh. Four-hour rubber-band standoff produces rash of pop-culture references Editor John Lennon to Sports editor Paul McCartney: "1 know what you're thinkin\ But ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 April 1996

The Rumbler Historical documentation of art department's Boyd house falsified By Luke Skywulker Staff writer Scandal rocked the Wesleyan community during spring break when Quentm McGown, Fort Worth Landmarks Commission member and Wesleyan director of alumni relations, and Kit Mall, associate art professor, were arrested for alleged- ly conspiring to falsify documents claiming that the Texas Wesleyan an department building is 100 years old and that it is eligihle for historical status. According to sources at the Commission, the building is not 100 but 10 years old. The age discrepancy was discov- ered by a file clerk at the Commission who noticed that the last zero of the building's age was slightly larger. Further investigation revealed that it was printed with an obscure font, one found only in McGown's personal computer. This discovery spurred an investi- gation which revealed that not only had the building's age been falsified, but all historical information that had been advert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

Move back the hands of time and get ready for The 1940s Radio Hour, The Spring Musical begins April 20. X- £ 8 >v 1 I O 3 >, ■C o £ Letters to the Editor 2 Shock radio stretches the limits . 3 Baseball scores and stories 4-5 Campus Briefs 6 Students receive registration help 7 library The Rambler April 19, 1995 Texas Wrsi.f.yan University Fort Worth, Texas Budget balances after 27 years By Stephen English The Rambler Texas Wesleyan. administrators have a balanced budget to show the Board of Trustees for the 1995-96 school year. According to Dr. Tom Armstrong, provost, the budget was balanced for the first time since 1968. It will include a 4 percent wage pool (equivalent to 4 percent of all staff salaries pooled together) to provide for staff and faculty raises and was balanced without dipping into the quasi-endowment. The Ella C. McFadden Founda- tion donated the quasi-endowment,in the early '80's. John Rat I iff, vice president of finance, said the gift was about $15 million...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

Elizabeth T. Lamb, Managing Editor Rebekah Brit ton. Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association i Letters to the Editor Sexism still in debate Dear Editor, Power Ranger dolls as a focus of today's sexual battle? Do you really believe that a Power Ranger doll is going to cause a disaster of Biblical proportions? The editorial'in the March 8 paper leaves the issue of the Ranger doll and starts ranting and raving about women being harassed in the work place. The claim that sexism, and not being able to wear pants, go hand in hand is ridiculous. Yes, the compa- ny did hire you for your qualifications but there is some- thing known- to professionals as courtesy to your employer. You have to look your best to be the best. Pants and a T-shirt, for instance, worn in the banking world is not very appropriate. If the some- one showed up in pants, I would lire that person. I might have a sexual harass- ment charge or a discrimina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

L nit.) e hit 93 son eap >r.) '65 las 1 1 i ay. [in 5ld |rt jn. la Its lit id Je 6(J Stern pushes the limits on decency By Kim I.aster/ Editor The Rambler I've thought long and hard about Selena, the Hispanic singer who died tragically a few weeks ago. I 've also been thinking about Howard Stern, shock radio DJ What about these two people, did I think? Well, let me tell you. First of all, I am not particu- larly fond of Stern. Even before he made a mockery out of Selena's death, I thought he was a poor excuse for a DJ. Stern has further ruined any credibility lie could ever muster. He overstepped his bounds when he made tasteless jokes about Selena's brutal murder. He just rubbed salt in. the wound when he apologized in Spanish and couldn't even pro- nounce the words correctly. By saying that he would rather do it himself and be wrong than have someone do it for him to prove his heart was in the right place is asinine. If he truly cared about his offense, he would have taken the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

1 The Rambler .Texas Wesleyan University Baseball Line Scores 4-15 Texas Wesleyan vs Incarnate Word University 4-14 Texas Wesleyan vs Incarnate Word University 4-12 Loyola University vs Texas Wesleyan 4-11 Texas Wesleyan vs Abilene Christian University 4-# St. Mary's University vs Texas Wesleyan 4-7 St. Mary's University vs Texas Wesleyan 4-1 Texas Wesleyan vs Schreiner College 3-28 Hastings College vs Texas Wesleyan 3-27 Texas Wesleyan vs St. Edward's University 3-25 Texas Wesleyan vs St. Edward's University 3-24 Texas Wesleyan vs St. Edward's University 3-21 Texas Wesleycin vs East Central Oklahoma University 3—18 Concordia Lutheran University vs Texas Wesleyan 3—12 Texas Wesleyan vs Tarleton State University 3-11 Texas Wesleyan vs Southeast Oklahoma University 3-9 Howard Payne University vs Texas Wesleyan 3-8 Texas Wesleyan vs Northwood University 2-25 Texas Wesleyan vs Lubbock Christian University 2-24 Texas Wesleycin vs Lubbock Christian University 2-21 Texas Wesleyan vs Oklaho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

t m 1 m • 1 i I l * ' w The Rambler Wesleyan remains in conference hunt Men in third place after St. Mary's series Stephanie Marshall The Rambler The baseball games played ear- lier this month, proved to be nothing shy of a brilliant team effort as Texas Wesleyan won all three games against Schreiner College on March 30 and April 1 in Kerrville. Friday's game ended close with a 7-6 Rams win. Saturday's games were won in a landslide as the Rams ended the weekend with a 12-2 and 12-3 victory. On Friday April 7 Wesleyan played the first of a three game week- end series against St. Mary's Univer- sity at Sycamore Park. The first two innmgs were close with no runs scored on either side St. Mary's took the lead in the third inning scoring 4 runs and 2 more in the fourth inning. However, that was all the runs the Rams were going to allow St. Mary's to make. Matt Walker relieved starter Jason Burge and pitched five score- less innings allowing one-hit while striking out six, including the l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

IVERSIONS The Rambler Wesleyan students interested in campus employment should visit the financial aid office and review the [•mployment Opportunities note- book. Student assistants receive $4.25 per hour and work about 10-12 hours a week. Some positions avail- able, are for the remainder of the spring semester, while others need students who can work through the .summer terms. Gamma Sigma Sigma would like to thank everyone for donations re- ceived during the pledge-class fund raiser. Rebecca Lane won the spring basket. Summer and fall class sched- ules are now available in the i .!isti;ir's office. Early registration h r both semesters will be as fol- and Seniors (iradu ates (Ml t hours) April 25: Noon 7 p.m. Juniors (61-90 hours) April 25: 4 7 p.m. and April'26: Noon - 6 p.m. Sophomores (31-60 hours) April 2(>: Noon - 6 p.m. I i rshman (0-30 hours) April 27: Noon - 6 p.m. New Students April 22: a.m.3 p.m. Classification includes only i i edit hours accumulated'up to Jan. 17, IV...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

AMPUS IFE The Rambler .V. Writing Center assists the creative process Wesleyan sumo wrestlers perform the fine art of body slamming during free period on April 6. Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh By Carey Reynolds The Rambler If you've ever wondered if the faculty of Wesleyan intentionally as- signs all papers to be due the same day. you might have a case for a tough, smart lawyer like Jim Adler. More than likely, some of you failed to plan ahead, waited unu! the last moment, then ran with whited-out paper to a friend to beg for help. That fnend now took one look at your wild, frenzied eyes and laughed. The same friend for. whom you have shared notes, homework assignments Peers advise students on course selections Special to The Rambler Texas Wesleyan University will begin implementing a peer advising program this Spring. The purpose of this program is to assist students in organizing their class schedules. The coordinating committee is composed of Rynn Sloan, Kristi With, Petra Weber, Ja...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

B OUT THE TOWN The Rambler Homie 's stretches the dollar By Kim Laster/Etliior The Rambler Budgeting money is a number one priority to many college students Ev- ery dime has to be stretched as tar as Writing from page 7 tension of their cla.is because very of- ten, even when you do work with peer groups, you may still have some ques- tions you want to bounce off some- one," said Loudermilk. The staff helps with a student's worst nightmare: the research paper. "We work with a lot of research ; how to do il and document it. We start with what questions the student has. I like to show them on their own papers, 'This is what you do,'" said Loudermilk. She said her goal for the center is possible. One neighborhood restaurant on Rosedale understands that. Beginning on May I, Homie's will help that dollar stretch a little fur- ther. Meal tickets will be available lo the Wesleyan community. The meal tickets will cost $35 for 10 tickets Students can choose from a list of specials, costing $3...

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