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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 September 1996

September 18,1996 The Rambler Editorial We play the motto lotto What comes to your mind when you think of Texas Wesleyan? The university is look- ing for something that will come to everyone's mind when they think of Wesleyan. The communications depart- ment has said in Wesleyan Weekly that it is searching for a motto for Texas Wesleyan. Jt should have never allowed that information to reach The Rambler editors. . Given the recent saturation of the Wesleyan vending market: "Always Texas Wesleyan." Recalling promises such as Internet, cable in the dorms....: "Where the future is always a little further away than we thought last week." • In light of all the red tape has- sles endured at Wesleyan: ' "Making the world safe for bureacracy." Seeing as we have the obses- sive-compulsive need to form a group to handle every minor crisis: "Committees begetting subcommit- tees." Or how about a classy-sound- ing Latin motto: "//; loco scienta"? The following need no expla- nation: "Stop whinin...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 September 1996

September 18, 1996 The Rambler Mother's Oldest is newest theater festival entry Kerry Wattkkson Staff writer Angela Gant, senior theater arts major, began writing an original play script in spring 1995. After many rewrites and revisions of her script. Mother's Oldest, she took it to the American College Theatre Festival (ACTF) as a concert reading in fall 1995. In spring 1996, Mother's Oldest was workshopped on campus as a directing project. This was the first time the script was staged us a produc- tion. Now, after a few more revisions, Mother's Oldest will be taken to this year's ACTF as a full production in the student original play category. Many theater arts majors will showcase their talents in this production at the fes- tival. Senior Kim. Bowers is directing. 'Hie scenic design will be created by sophomore Aaron Hoard. Karen Lockwood, senior, is designing the sound for the show, and junior Jenni Harris will show her costume design. The only non-Student creative force on the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 September 1996

. B September 18, 1996 The RaUbler Getting your music fix The Rambler rates the record retailers Fransisca Quntanar Staff writer Looking for yi>ur favorite artist's new release or your favorite artist's old release? Love classical or 50s music? Just looking for a good bargain? Off-the-record, I got a music store for you! Blockbuster Music,. 5417 S. Hulen Si., has a wide selection of tapes and CD's. The arrangement of music in the store, with new releas- es toward the front and all the music categorized, makes it easier to find what you are looking for. II' you can't locate what you are looking for, ask someone for assistance. You will have lo "ask for help" because I was in the store for 15 minutes and not once . did an employee ask, "Can I help you?" Prices are within reason. New releases silch as Alanis Morrisette's "Jagged little Pill," Celine Dione's "Falling Into You," Nas' "It was Written," No Doubt's "Tragic Kingdom," or the sell-tilled "3 11 " cost $11.99 to $13.99 for ' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 18 September 1996

September 18, 1996 The Rambler Lady Rams split weekend matches Debi Blankenship Staff writer The women's volleyball team, led by head coach Rosie Stallman, split two matches over the weekend at the Richardson Center. The Lady Rams beat Schreiner College 3-0 winning 15-5, 15-7 and 15-5 on Friday, then lost to St. Mary's University, dropping three straight 15-13, 15-6 and 15-8 Saturday afternoon. "We played our first 13 points in the first game (against SMU) real well," said Stallman. "and then we started making some fundamental mistakes. That's basically what gave St. Mary s the momentum to go ahead and win the game;" said Stallman. "Fundamentals are a real important part of any sport but specifically volleyball," said Stallman. "If you can't gel your serve over and you can't get your passes, that are some real basic- moves that these gals have been doing for years and years. A team like St. Mary's has good fundamen- tals so they'll just keep coming, until you make a mistake." To rem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesleyan community Mama's Pizza closes down David Curry On Thurs., Sept. 19, the Wesleyan community mourned the loss of a longtime friend. After 25 years of service to those in the Polytechnic neighborhood. Mama's Pizza closed. Mama's had'been losing busi- ness for the past three to four years. "When Sundance Square opened the kids just started to go there, and 1 don't blame them, it's nice there," said manager Billy Boles. Owner Chris Farkas decided to open a new store in the North Richland Hills area. With the steady decline of business in the Poly community it was decided to relocate this store rather than buy all new capital for the new store. Students recieved the news in hushed tones from friends. "It was like a death," said sophomore Jennifer Nutt. The effects of the closing do not stop with the students. For many years, Mama's has been a gathering place for many of the Wesleyan organizations. Mama's also served as a place where ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

September 25.1996 The Rambler In Uric/ . . . On Campus Blood, marrow drives send out call to arms ■ n I' I ■" The Cashier's Office has new hours. They are now open Mori Fri. from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. i i* { Parents are reminded that minor children are not permitted to remain unattended on campus,. The September and October intramural program has begun. All students, faculty and staff are invit- ed to join the so ft hall and/or flag : football teams. A meeting will be | held tomorrow at 4 p.m. in room 1202 of the Student Center, For more information, call Peter Phaiah at I ext. 4870. . I ... ' . Wil Martin, associate professor of art at the University of Texas-Pan American in lidinburg will show "An Exhibition of Drawings by Wil Martin" at the Sone Gallery. It will be on Monday, Sept. 23 - Oct. 3,: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Fort Worth Professional Women's Organization offers two Scholarships/Contests scholarships for $500 each and are available for the 1997 semesters. Applications ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

September 25, 1996 The Rambler >in ice >n- lk to is- le Editorial Rules haven't changed This was supposed to be an editorial about the new rules that were being implemented in the dorms this semester: Upon further investigation (which is something reporters real- ly do), we discovered that overall, there are no new rules. It was a question of interpreta- tion and enforcement. Interpretation by the students and enforcement, the Resident Assistants (RAs). Before moving into a dorm, each student is required to sign a contract which lists the rules con- cerning dorm life and the consequences of breaking the rules. These rules are also explained in the Residence Hall Handbook. There are no surprises. It's written in black and white and signed on the dotted line. A concern among students was that the RAs were going to be on the lookout for rule violations; some fell that the RAs were going to turn into police who watched every move and eagerly pounced when an infraction was committe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

September 25, 1996 The Rambler i I New faces appear on campus Campus activities coordinator says staying fit is the best answer Kelli Parker Managing editor Peter Phaiah, the new coordina- tor of campus activities at Texas Wesleyan, said his job is to "provide events and activities for students to do outside of academics." He is also coordinator of recre- ational services and is in charge of intramural sports. "I want to make the campus so enticing that the students living here will want to be here and the ones commuting will see it and want to be a part of it," said Phaiah. He said he was also hired to enhance the fitness and wellness cen- ter. He also said that the university has hopes of him helping to intro- duce a future sports medicine, program. Phaiah gradu- ated from Marietta College in Ohio and received a dual master's degree from the U.S. Sports Academy in sports medicine and corporate well- ness. He spent the last seven years at Phillips University in Oklahoma as an assoc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

September 25,1996 The Rambler >rt 1 [ 1 Fall season opener not so Friendly this time Kelli Parker Managing editor "I'll be there for you..." This is wh;A my beloved "friends" sing to me every Thursday at 7 p.m. on Channel Five. Yes, 1 know that no matter how bad the week has been, Ross, Chandler, Joey, Rachel, Monica and Pheobe will be there to make . me laugh. The hit sit-com Friends aired its season opener last Thursday night, and although it did cause a few belly laughs, I must admit I was slightly disap- pointed. Perhaps the three months without my Friends fix caused me to be a bit over-anxious and therefore expecting too much, but 1 was hoping for one of the best ever for the big opener. It was funny, just not one of the best. For those of you who may have forgotten over the summer or have unfortu- nately just started watching, last season ended with Rachel and Ross finally happily together and Monica having just broken- up with older boyfriend Richard. And for those of you ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 25 September 1996

September 25,1996 The Rambler \ Soccer team breaks out, wins first two GRK<; BOGOMOL Staff writer Wesleyan soccer coach Kenny Medina has been happy with his team's play for most of the year. And finally his team posted their first two victories last week. The Rams beat LeTourneau 2-0 on Tuesday as Michael Schultz and Jacob Wilson found the net for the Rams. Keepers Andre Wilkerson and Micha Bucchholz combined for the shutout as they stopped 13 shots. On Friday the Rams blasted Mary Hardin-Baylor 3-1 to pick up a much needed win and improve to 1-2 in the Heart of Texas Conference and 2-4 overall. Wilson, Talal Al-Attas and Paul Stone scored for the Rams. "Our two wins were overdue," said Medina. "When we played them (LeTourneau, Mary Hardin- Baylor) and beat them, there's no reason we shouldn't have beaten (Concordia and UT Dallas)," he said. The Rams fell to traditional power Midwestern on Sunday,. in Wichita Falls, 6-2 Al-Atta* and Pedro Alverado both scored. Medina said, "We we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 October 1996

A student-operated newspaper serving the ^exas Wesleyan community UBftAKT Demolition looming for hall, church I KANSlSt A QlJINTANAR Staff w riter The echo of children playing arid sound of teachers' lessons of yesterday have long snuffed out. Now the only noise coining from the four-story classroom building and two-story nursery of Polytechnic- Baptist Church are the soft coos of pigeons, hut soon even those will be a distant memory once plans for demolition are carried out. Texas Wesleyan bought the Polytechnic Baptist Church in This included the sanctuary which is now Law Seine Auditorium, a four- story classroom building, a two- story nursery and a one-story office building which now is the Intensive English. Department. Karen Bethel, associate provost for finance and administration, said that when Wesleyan bought the buildings, engineers came out to evaluate them in terms of which buildings could be used and for what purposes. "We determined that we could use the sanctuary the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 October 1996

October 2, 1996 The Rambler In Uric J . . . On Campus The Cashier's Office has new hours. They are now open Mon- Fri. from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Parents are reminded that minor children are not permitted to remain unattended on campus. j The September and October intramural program has begun. All students, faculty and staff are invit- ed to join the softball and/or flag football teams. A meeting will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m. in room I, 202 of the Student Center. For more information, call Peter Phaiah at ext. 4870. Wil Martin, associate professor of art at the Uni versity of Texas-Pan American in Edinburg will show "An Exhibition of Drawings by Wil Martin" at the Sone Gallery. It will be on Monday, Sept. '23 - Oct. 3, 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Fort Worth Professional Women's Organization offers two Scholmhips/CQnt^sfs scholarships for $500 each and are available for the 1997 semesters. Applications are due on Oct. 1. Call Donna Joye at 332-1914 , for more information. USA Today i...

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

October 2, 1996 The Rambler ■r ■ 1 ■ 1 &■ | I m ■ I i 1: Ex I Editoriai, Promises great, but we're wary The Wesleyan 20() I forum. The three meetings, held this past Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, featured the unveiling of a plan that is supposed to move Wesleyan into the 21st century with: a lot of fanfare. Then you read the disclaimer: None of this will happen unless the school gets a lot of money. No matter how much the administration tries to sell this idea of Wesleyan's wonderful plan for the Future, the student body contin- ues to arch an unconvinced eyebrow. The students at this university are not stupid, yet they continue to be played the fool by the Wesleyan upper brass. We've heard this all The students are not stupid, yet they con- tinne to be played the fool by the Wesleyan upper brass. We've heard this all before .... before: we're going to get the Internet, we're going to get cable in the dorm and the plan for a wel- come center and campus boundary, unlike the lir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 October 1996

October 2,1996 The Rambler Fresh faces change the look of Wesleyan Comptroller says special attention is the secret to attract and keep . students Francesca Barajas Staff writer Patrick Monaghan joined Texas Wesleyan as comptroller in the busi- ness office in March. Mis duties consist of collecting tuition and lees and paying hills. Monaghan is from Battlecreek, Mich., where he attented two years of college before transfering to the University of North Texas for his bachelor's degree. Monaghan received his master's at the University of Texas at Tyler. "I really like ii here. There are so many good-hearted people," he said. His biggest challenge, Monaghan said, was coming in and learning a new computer system. He said he had only two months to pre- pare the year-end audits. "I'm still trying to recover," he said jokingly. As for his goals for this year, Monaghan said he wants to stay with the 'Wesleyan family' for as long as he can. He said he wants to take part in the university mas...

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

October 2,1996 lis Concert Review Fans go * -a head over feet for Morissette Kkllj Parker Managing editor You oughita know that Alanis Morissette would exert every bit as much energy on stage as she does in the recording studio. She belted out a pleasurable combination of screaming and truly beautiful vocals to a full house Friday night at Starplex Amphitheatre. She received an enthusiastic welcome from i the crowd when she wylked on stage, playing her infamous harmonica. She probably could have pacified them for quite some time with that alone. Morissette managed to accomplish the ulti- mate concert goal. She performed her music close enough to the original versions that the audience could feel like they were hearing what ihey came to hear, but added enough spice to prevent them from feeling like they could have saved their money and just listened to her Jagged Little Pill CD. She included'two new songs in her show, both of which were on the harder side of rock. One was titled "Can...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 2 October 1996

October 2,1996 The Rambler \ :: Heads Upi t Winless week for Rams Inconsistency spells losses for soccer team Greg Bogomql Staff writer The Texas Wesleyan soccer team lost both its games last week, failing to Austin College 3-2 and St. Edward's 3-1, both because of inconsistent play by the Rams. The Rams jumped all over Austin College in the first half, going up 2-0 as Talal A1 Atlas scored twice. But with four seconds to go in the half, Wesleyan collapsed, allow- ing a goal to trim the lead in half. The Rams fell apart in the second half and got away from what was working for' them, allowing two goals in the second half from which they would never recover. "No excuse! We were up 2-0," Kenny Medina said. "They just did- n't play well, they quit playing once we went up. We can't have that kind of play and expect to win games." On Saturday the Rains hosted St. Edward's University in a Heart "This month we will see how good we are ... it's time to see how far we have really come along ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 October 1996

u.iQ.nc.1 nrtJ k'^0U,iVVl A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesleyan community Car stereos stolen on, near campus 'Hide valuables,' Roberts advises Marilyn Kennemore Staff writer As you walk towards your car, you realize one of your worst fears has materialized. Your car has been broken into and the stereo is gone. A sense of helplessness sets in—or maybe fear—but then comes the question, 'Why did this happen?' This has been the case in four situations on or near the Wesleyan campus since July 4. Risk manager Steve Roberts said, "There are only two (thefts) recently that have hap- pened on our property. Those thefts occurred July 4 and Sept. 24. The other two thefts occurred off-cam- pus."' Roberts declined to identify the victims in order to protect their privacy. Roberts said, "There was a car broken into on Avenue E and Nashville and one occurred on B ink ley. Those have both been since school started." Asa Morse, a sophomore, expressed a concern of many commuter stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 October 1996

October 9,1996 The Rambler In Uric J . . . On Campus The Academic Resource Center will be hosting a workshop on pro- crastination during free period on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct 16 and again dur- ing free period on Thursday. Oct. 17 _ It will be in the library in room 203 I ' ' , . , v ',] From now until Saturday, the ! 3rd Annual Consumer Art Exhibit !of the Mental Health Association of Tarrant County will exhibit artwork in the East Room of the library. The Wesleyan Faculty Vocal! i Chamber Music Quartet will pre- j sent an evening of Brahms and Schumann on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sone Fine Arts Center. The performance is free and open to the public. Ssh<>(mhips/C\mtwt!> The Eilie Wiesel Ethics Essay Contest is accepting entries through Jan. 17. 1997. First prize is $5000. For more information and an entry form, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, 1-177 Avenue of the Americas, 36th floor, New ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 October 1996

October 9, 1996 The Rambler i K 1 I m: ' m ■ Editorial Financial aid office works hard Most students find college expensive, whether the college is Texas Wesleyan or any number of area public and private schools. That's why we, the editorial staff, decided to use this week's editorial to praise the efforts of Karen Krause and the people in the finan- cial aid office. As noted in last week's article "Financial awards total $20 mil- lion," the financial aid office helped negate the tuition hike for most stu- dents who receive financial aid by awarding Tuition Equalization Grants (TEGs). .Since 80 percent of Wesleyan students receive some form of financial aid, the TEGs mean a majority of Wesleyan stu- dents got a little extra help this year. This means less students work- ing long hours to pay for classes, less anxiety, better retention of stu- dents, better grades ... we could go on and 011. Financial aid obvi- ously has a ripple effect, and anyone who has ever faced finan- cial diff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 October 1996

The Rambler ■fey:.' i; - ■ r 1 g. i ■feyi IP —JSf.'i ■ w m,v.", WM ... In The Associate, Academy Award winner Whoopi Goldberg stars as financial genius Laurel Ayres, who can't get ahead in a male- dominated corporate world until she dreams up a truly unique solution to her dilemma. Photo by K.C. Bailey Angela Williams Staff writer Whoopi Goldberg, Tim Daly and Diane Wiest top the bill in the soon-to-be hit The Associate, In the movie, Laurel Ayres (Goldberg) and Frank (Daly) are executive partners in a big corporation. Together they Movie Review ny alone, Laurel creates a bogus male name and says he's her partner. Laurel then finds herself stuck in a web, trying to liber- ate herself after everyone wants to meet this brilliant businessman who reigns over the corporate world. Frank finds out that he is really she and sets up a scandal to humil- iate her. Laurel then unveils the truth, and always land big business deals, but the boss gives Frank all the credit and promotes him to vice...

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