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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

Replacement player tortured by coach for not cleaning his cleats. i«i ■. Bejeweled Bellies Bared New Disease Discovered Football Scores Nothing Books Roast Good Weenies m April 5, 1995 Te xas Wesleyan IJnivf.rsirv Fort Worth, Texas Wesleyan packs it up and moves east V By I B Kit in The Kumhlci Next I a 11, Wesley an students can no longer lake .classes a I t lie Hut Worth campus. Ananjieiiienls are now heiny make In move llie I 'nivei sily lo the la\s sc hool in Irving, said President Jake Schrum. World icnowned chemist Keith Roberts and biologist Joseph Allen, M I)., claim that the Wesley an cam pus lies on lar;jc deposits ol the rare mineral scalpiuni. I hey aie makin;j plans to tianslorui the current Wesles an campus into a laboraloty to e\.tract and study scalpium. "Until now, the only place vs here scalpium was known to be loutul was on the planet Jupiter," said /Mien. "I or over 10 years. Keith and I have stud- * ied sciilpiui.n al ll;uvard aiul worked on fmding the mineral o...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

Jf HP - Bell E, Pierce, Editor B. Leave Her, Managing Editor The Rumbler Sir Burp A. Lot, Advertising Manager Miss N. Headlines, Layout and Design Founded 1917, Member Associated Collegiate Press, Texas Intercollegiate Press Association I' I I I I (; Broken ramblings of the editor By Bell E. Fierce/Editor (sometimes) took a long time to go away loo. I can so snugly in my belly. work. The Rumbler imagine what liposuction would d6. It was a belly ring. (Something 1 He took out a crochet needle. How could I explain that to a would even suggest for married peo- Not very big, just about 12 inches. It Have you ever felt under date? pie-especially men who like to think only had a little rust on it-no big deal, dressed? A little plain? Not real So anyway, I searched and their not married and date other So he jabbed this needle through interesting to look at? If you have, searched. 1 almost got a tattoo and women. They wouldn't have to the lop Of my belly. It was over, just you're not alone....

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

VE BEEN RUMBLED The Rumbler Big waste hits campus Jiy Faculty Insider (but not for long) Homer T. Henderson, Esquire The Rumbler This past week scores of Wesleyan faculty, staff and students poured into the Science Lecture Theater to receive- training on the handling of hazardous materials. The training was mandatory. While many employees attended the voluntary Monday sessions, many more were dragged kicking and screaming to the longer, more horrendous Tuesday session. "1 gave everyone in the humani- ties department a fair chance," said Dr.- Norval Kneten, dean of science and humanities. "I sent a nice little memo about the Monday meeting but no one came. So on Tuesday, 1 raised the stakes a little, 1 feel badly about the headlock 1 put on Rose Johnson, but she wasn't cooperating and after all 1 am the dean," he said. English faculty were especially averse to the training. •'I think it's a bit of a waste of time," W.T. Pfefferle, English profes- sor, said. "1 rarely find it necessar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

VE BEEN RUMBLED The Rambler Students play paddy-cake in the paddy wagon By B. Leave Her The Rumbler One hundred twenty students were arrested on Tuesday when they marched on-the administration build- ing in protest of not graduating. The police are doing door to door search- es of the surrounding neighborhoods to locate an additional 50 students who were also involved in the protest. The students carried banners and were chanting, "We are the grad- uates" to the tune of "We are The ( hampions" by the musical group Queen. "We were afraid that the stu- dents would do themselves, or us, bodily harm, so we called the police to control the crowd," said Charles McCorkle, director of safety. When the police arrived, the stu- dents were eating their lunch in the mall area. They were gathered up and put in the police paddy wagons. Fifty students fled in the direction of Poly. "The police have not turned up the missing students. But I feel con- fident that if anyone is hiding them, we will (l...

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

You've Been Rumbled The Rumbler I Cafeteria now serves more than just peanuts Listen closely and you will hear "I like it!" By J. B. Ruin The Rumbler As a result of a SOO-siudeni peti- tion, Morrison's food service will be replaced by America West Airlines' Cater Air after this semester. In the petition, students com- plained that, the food was simply too strived for the best, but 1 guess there's such a thing as being too good." "I've gained 20 pounds since the beginning of the year," said Conroy. "but that's not the worst.of it. 1 had to drop my I and 2 o'clock classes be- cause I just couldn't pull myself away from the cafeteria. In my other classes, 1 couldn't concentrate be- good, causing excessive weight gain cause 1 kept getting mental pictures thing is that it hurts us to see Morrison's go," said Conroy. "U's going to be hard adjusting to normal, ordinary food again. But this is in the best interestof students' physical and emotional stability." The line starts here for your ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 April 1996

I I I • The Rumbler Editor dances away her responsiblity ; Wesleyan pays B) Hl'll I PlCKC ■ the Rumble! Last night. Su/anne Foxworih, seat book editor. and Bill'Albright, chemistry student, ran off with the IuihK lor the '->4 95 yearbook to live their lives as Jamaican hula dancers in the (Caribbean sea. said the note she left on the student publications door. "I believed she would do it She's wild thai way. What I can't believe is that Hill uotikl go. I mean, I don't even lliink he can dance," said Carey Reynolds, sophomore who does not even really know the couple Fox worth and Albright, according lo an inside source, had been planning on the escape for months In an effort to appear working on the yearbook, Foxworih was giving out fake assign- ments. Another mystery was the fact that her udv tsor was never seen coming in or going out of the Ram's Horn office. It's believed that there was.no ad>. isor and Fox worth made .up a pretend name, saying that she had to take all the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

1 A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesleyan community Professors consult attorney over retirement changes Jennifer Hill Staff w riter For more than 40 years a fund donated by Rebecca Hstes Gray has been available to secure faculty retirement benefits. With the growth at Texas Wesleyan since 1990, this fund will not be able to cover its original benefits for very much longer, according to administration. The administration has given another plan to faculty. This plan, however, does not cover all the original benefits Money needs to be added to the fund to keep the benefits of the original plan. "Administration is not terminating the plan, but freezing the plan," said Dr. Bobby Deaton, sci- ence professor. "There are several alternate plans we feel have not been proposed," Deaton said. A group of 20-25 of the senior faculty mem- bers, those whd have been here 20-30 years, have come together to explore some of those plans. Those who have been at Wesleyan that long could l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

April 10,1996 hi Brief. . The Rambler Mail room moves to 'more convenient' location On Campus , Any organization interested in I * • " ' nominating seniors for Mr. and Ms. TWU may pick up a petition in the student government office. jDeadline is April 19 at noon. Early registration begins on Tuesday, April 23 and ends on Friday, April 26. Students need to check their time cards for registra- tion time and date. If you do not receive a time card, call the student records and registration office at !ext.'44l4. . I "Meet the candidates" forum will be held on April 16 to meet those running for president and vice-president. There will be a | question and answer session. Questions may be turned in to the student government office. II you are graduating in May 19% check the list outside of the | student records and registration Ioffice. If your name is not on the list, call Linda at ext. 4467. A practice G.R.E. will be iadministered on. Saturday, April 20 at 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.. Cost is $10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

The Rambler April 10, 1996 in :o ■■ I fl • I I 1 EDITORIAL New York leads to new look We saved our money, packed our bags, secured our belongings and headed for the Big Apple. That's right, three members of The Rambler staff, along with our adviser, went to New York City during part of spring break for a journalism convention. What we brought back with us (besides 1 Love New York T-shirts, subway tokens arid an attitude) was the realization that (gasp!) we're not perfect, and some new ideas about journalism and things we can do to improve The Rambler. I lere they are, a few of the things we hope to change/improve beginning in the.last few weeks of the semester to make The Rambler more reader-friendly (so don't be surprised): * We will follow standard newspaper style for our page order. So, the new order of our pages is: front, news, opinions, life, enter- tainment and sports. * We hope to give the paper a somewhat more "90s look," so The Rambler flags, the staff box, the newsbriefs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

The Rambler Career center assists students mt Kathy Walker Staff writer Texas Wesleyan's Career and Testing Services (CTS), located in the breezeway between the SUB lobby and the bookstore, offers Wesley an students career testing and counseling, Directed by Dr. Jim Cannici, CTS's programs were expanded in August 1995 to include student employment, senior job search, a centralized internship program and summer job opportunities, as well as counseling for interview and resume preparation or career exploration. Loretta Hennard, CTS adminis- trative assistant, said CTS is responsible for all student employ- ees on and off campus arid currently has more than 250 students placed tin campus. CTS will assist any Wesleyan stu- dent in need of a job, Hennard said. She also said that students may begin with CTS when they enter col- lege and continue using its services until graduation. Senior job search is offered to students either before or after they graduate, Hennard said. They may take a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

April 10, 1996 The Rambler Full-length film produced on campus G. I). Harman Staff writer Solon, Mich., the "Lund of Rainbows," is anything hut a refuge of promise for Father Rivald. Rivald, a Catholic priest and chron- ic. free-thinker, is forced to stand trial lor the murder of a local nun. A previous sexual relationship is implied. The accusations Hy. Solon, a poor, rural town is decided- ly anti-Catholic, and if there is anything they hate more than Catholics, in the,words of the jailer, it's sex. Fhe priest must simultaneously defend his life from the well-armed prosecution and come to terms with the confines ol his own inadequate belief system. I his is the plot of The Runner Stumbles, the first full-length,rno\ ie to be filmed at Wesleyun. Theater major Julie Lewis is directing the film lor her senior thesis. Adapted Irom the play by Milan Stilt, this film is an exploration into the com- position of faith and of the necessity for love. Lewis said she chose this par- ticular p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 April 1996

The Rambler Ready, Aim... Golf team on top of things * 1 *. v;' Photo by Khampba Bouaphaiih Wesleyan's Jeremy Carroll prepares to fire to first base during last Wednesday's 11-9 loss to Loyola of Louisiana. The Ranis faced St. Mary's of San Antonio on Monday, dropping both conference games 2-0 and 17-0. Dominick Mastrancelo Sports editor Texas Wesleyan's third place finish in the Pine Needles Pleiffer Invitational last weekend may cost them their number one ranking, but don't think that the defending golf national champions are going to lay down and die. High Point College of North Carolina, a NA1A school, won the tournament and prevented Wesleyan from repeating as champions and placing their number one ranking in jeopardy. _ Wesleyan held the number one ranking going into the national tourna- ment last year. They won the tournament,f coming from eighth place on the last day to win the championship by one stroke, and maintained the num- ber one ranking which they still hold. Accordi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

SLEYAN 199 M A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesleyan community 1- t Photo by Khuniphu Bouaphanh Striving to be heard Now that the controversy over its forming has died, the G.L.E.E. club is spreading its message of awareness and tolerance Melanie Miko Entertainment editor Last November, after much contro- versy, The Gays, Lesbians, and Everybody Else club (G.L.E.E.) was approved by the 1 ■ administration. Since its forma- tion, the club has focused on the fight against AIDS. On April 2-, GLEE sponsored the 6th annual AIDS Awareness walk-a-thon in the quad. The walkers collected pledges and donations of money and canned food for the event. The club raised more than $150 for AIDS awareness and prevention. The money will be used to help fund G.L.FF.'s future programs of AIDS awareness and prevention and was used to buy canned goods for the AIDS Outreach Center. Additionally, the club distributed the pledged and donated canned goods to the center. G.L.E.E. president Ange...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

April 17. 1996 The R.\hhler hi lirief. . . _ _ On Campus Any organization interested in nominating seniors for Mr. and Ms. TWU may pick up a petition in the student government office. Deadline is Friday at noon. Early registration begins on Tuesday, April 23 and ends on Friday, April 26. Students need to check th'eir tune cards for registra- tion time and date. If you do not ; receive a time card, call the student records and registration office at jext. 4414. If you are graduating in May 1996 check the list outside of the. student records and registration office. .11 your name is not on the' ilist, call Linda at ext. 4467. i A book sale will be held in the | [orientation room of the West' Library Saturday, April 27 through Thursday, May 2. Copies of the proposed consti- tution and by-laws of the SGA are available in the SGA office. |Ratification will take place on Wednesday, April 24 and Thursday, j April 25. . University., chapel will offer Catholic Mass on April 23 during free pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

April 17, 1996 The Rambler I ■ i I I L'v ;• il .Vm I Editorial Deadlines? What deadlines? As students, we are faced wjth deadlines on a daily basis. We are expected to be at class oh time, have assignments turned in on a certain date, have signatures for registrations by a certain date and have financial aid information in by the due dale. II we don't, we suffer the consequences. But what consequences does the administration suffer for not meeting deadlines? Deadlines, incidentally, that they have set for themselves. First of all, various depart- ments didn't meet their deadline ' for summer and fall schedules. Therefore, we didn't receive sched- ules until a week after they were promised. Signs had been posted since the middle of last semester show- ing the date.of April 8 in bold print for schedules to be ready. Only when that date approached were there signs saying otherwise. Many students need time to plan their schedule, considering jobs, summer school, vacations and internship...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

Anril 17. 1996 The Rambleh I I K I ■s, I 1 I J ■ Earth Day inspires students to clean-up pi. m nity should be well-practiced for this event, as they participat- ed in the first annual Poly Area Clean-lip last month The event was sponsored by the City of Fort W orth and included donations and other assistance from several area organizations and businesses. According to a release. from Volunteer We s 1 e y an From left, Rose Fuentes, Donnie Anderson, Jeri Simons and p,K,t0 by Amy Tate Amanda Hendricks joins Volunteer Wesleyan in the Poly Area Clean-Up. Kflli Parker Life editor To environmentalists, April 22 is a very important day. To certain Texas Wesleyan students, it's an opportunity to make a difference. Harth Day has brought service sorority Gamma Sigma Sigma, Volunteer Wesleyan and other stu- dents, faculty and staff together to participate in the Eagle Mountain Lake Area Clean-up on Saturday, April 20. T h e morning will he spent gathering lit- ter, and a "trash bash" party wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

Page 5 April 17,1996 The Ra mbler m mm u ■: ■ Wesleyan ragtime musical revue remembers the days of yesteryear Kathy Wai keh Staff writer flic worid of ragtime arid vaudeville will come to life today through April 21 as the Texas Wesleyan school of fine arts pre- sents its 42nd annual spring musi- cal, Tintypes, at the Jubilee Theater, 506 Main St., d owntow n Fort Worth. T his m u s i c a I revue was conceived by writers Marty Kyte, Mel Marvin and Gary Pearle. It is a kaleidoscope of popular music writ- ten from 1911 to 1920 which char- acterizes Americ an life between the Civil War and the Roaring Twenties and pre- sents serious issues of the time through songs and vignettes. Tintypes is a musical ragtime revue of Tin Pan Alley songs written "off the cuff" during a pivotal time in American history when one-third of America's growth was stimulated by an influx of immigrants looking ■for a better Way of life. Music which poured forth from songwriters during this era depicted the star...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 April 1996

April 17, 1996 The Rambler Golf invitation poses dilemma POMtNI ( K M ASTRA NG ELO Sports editor Bobby Cornell, head coach of the number-one ranked Texas Wesleyan golf team, hiis been placed with an interesting dilemma. The golf team has achieved such suc- cess thai Cornell received a request from the Costa Rica Amateur Golf Federation lo select two Wesleyan golfers to represent the United States in the BMW International Amateur Cup at the Cariar Country Club in Costa Rica. Sounds like great news, right? Well, the tournament' is scheduled to start on May I and golfers are to arrive on the April 28 or April 29. April 28-30 also hap- pens to be the date of the Heart of Texas Conference Tournament in Seguin, Tex. "1 struggled with this," said Cornell, who selected Steve Galko and Jamie Drysdale, both members of last year's national championship team, to represent the U.S. Cornell said he doesn't think sending Galko or Drysdale will hurt Wesleyan's chances of winning the conference tour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1996

TEXAS WuM^-in.; A student-operated news^pftefser^ng the Texas Wesleyan community Trustee dies in plane crash library Tekisha Slack Staff writer Texas Wesleyan trustee Charlie Hillard died last Tuesday at the age* of 58. The veteran.stunt pilot and auto dealer was killed when his vin- tage post-World War 11 fighter plane ran oil a 1 runway and flipped "He had the most pos- over while landing at a . . rtive outlook on life, central Florida air • show, Hillard, a experi- enced tlier with a com- mercial pilot license, had just finished an aer- ial performance in his ne w I y - p u rc hase d re d, white and blue Hawker ' Sea Fury. He was pro- nounced dead al the scene. Hillard was known to his fami- ly and friends as a thrill-seeker who likes to take risks. The second- gen- eration auto dealer who expanded the family business lo the 22-acre Hillard Auto Park in southwest Fort Worth was also a business and civic leader. ' For years the Hillard family has been closely involved with Texas W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 April 1996

April 24, 1996 The Rambler In liriej . . . On Campus Early registration begins on Tuesday, April 23 and ends on Friday, April 26. Students need to check their lime cards tor registra- tion time and date. If you do not receive a time card, call the studenr records and registration office at ext. 4414. If you are graduating in May 1996 check the list outside of the student records - and registration I office. If your name is not on the list, call Linda at ext. 4467. I I A book sale will be held in the >■; orientation room of the West I Library Saturday, April 27 through j Thursday, May 2. Copies of the proposed consti- i tution and by-laws of the Student Government Association (SGA) are available in the SGA office. Ratification will take place on Wednesday, April 24 and Thursday, April 25. The SGA meets every Thursday at 4 p.m. on the first floor of the Brown-Lupton campus cen- ter. Meetings are open to all students. University chapel will recog- nized those who have participated i...

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