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

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Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 9 October 1996

The Rambler Soccer team searching for answers Rams in downward spiral after dropping three straight Greg Bqgomol Stuff writer The Texas WesLeyan soccer team lost all three games last week and lost another player with a sea- son ending injury. The Rams lost to East Texas Baptist 6-3, Schreiner 3- I and University of the Incarnate Word 8-0. The only question left for , head coach Kenny Medina is what will go wrong next? Against HTBU, Wesleyan jumped on top of the Tigers, scoring in the lirsi minute as Pedro Alvarado blasted a shot into the nght side, just eluding the keeper to put Wesleyan ahead 1-0. The Tigers would tie the game in the 35th minute on,a penal- ty kick by Byrce Morrow. The Rams regained the lead in the 50th minute on a goal from Talal Al Atlas to go up 2-1 followed by a Daniel Tapia goal off a Mike Sehultz pass in the 56th minute to take a commanding 3-1 lead. The Rams then fell apart, miss- ing two open net scoring chances, giving the momehtum back to the Tigers. ETBU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

A student-operated nvwsffttper serving the Texas Wesleyan community Clinton leads in campus survey Amber Causey francesca barajas Staff With the presidential election 13 days away, more than four out of 10 Texas Wesleyan students who were surveyed said they would re- elect President Bill Clinton, who received more votes than any other candidate. Two weeks ago 120 Wesleyan students were given surveys, ask- ing who they will vote for in the November presidential elections. Three Rambler staff writers were given four locations to collect Smmi Mm ipoilis 1BMH Cliimon: 4%% 'iciollifitf ■ • J ilUvJW .. •... . ■ ilifift ■ • Mms of 2 9t votes: Student Union Building, Dora Robert's Cafeteria, Dan Waggoner Education Building and the Fine Arts Building. Of the students surveyed, 43 percent will re-elect President Bill Clinton, 25 percerit will vote for Bob Dole, 24 percent were unde- cided, 6 percent are for Ross Perot and 2 percent voted "none of these." • Of the students, 43 percent, said th...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

October 23, 1996 The Rambler In liricj . . . On Campus The Aries is now accepting submissions in poetry, short fiction, personal essay, analytical essay, drama and art. Deadline is Dec. 1. For guidelines call Kathy WaJker at ext. 4400 Discount tickets for the Fort Worth Zoo and the Fort Worth Fire Hockey are available, at the informa- tion desk and office of special services. Call Caroline Gary at ext. 4871 for more information. i Beginning on Monday, Oct. 28,' the health center will be offering flu shots to students, faculty, staff or their dependents at $6 per person. Vaccinations can be received in room 109 of the Sid Richardson Building,. Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Vaccinations will be given at i the Law School'on Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. For times when vaccinations will be available in the business building, call Deb Norwood at ext. 4948. The Mortar Board's next meet- ing will'be held Thursday, Nov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

October 23,1996 The Rambler Editorial Starving for a little attention Where do we want to go for lunch today? Let's see, our options are the SUB, Dora's...Dora's or the SUB. We could go to Ma—no, it's not there anymore. Well back to square one, or maybe Homie's. .Square one seems to be an all too familiar place. Everyone knows that food is very high on a college student's priority list, and it needs to be high on Wesleyan's. We need an all out campaign to get some sort of restaurant in or around this campus. We're.not picky. We'll go for last food, a pizza place, a coffee shop — just find us somewhere to go! Think about all the kids who don't have the transportation or the time to drive down Lancaster. Or what about students living on cam - pus who don't go home on weekends? They need alternatives from school food. Wesleyan was recently work- ing with Taco Bell on plans to put a franchise'on campus. Taco Bell backed out, saying there wasn't enough potential for business. Hello! Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

The Ramblek Students brush up skills of helping Jennifer Hill Staff writer The Truth About Guys and Gals Wesley an women and men indicate what they prefer in a date It's 7 a.m. on a Saturday morning.. Where are most Wesleyan students'.' "Usually I'm crashed," said Paul Wordinger, sophomore sports management major, "hut last Saturday morning 1 was at school getting ready to paint a house for Cowtown Brushup." Last Saturday, a group of Wesleyan students stood in a circle listening to a devotional led by Lany Hill about serving each other before they embarked on their way to des- ignated houses to paint. More than 120 Wesleyan stu- dents participated in the sixth annual Cowtown Brushup. Volunteers in Fort Worth painted at least 80 hous- Photo by fciuule* Hill Aaron Young, SGA treasurer, helps out with Cowtown Brushup. es with Wesleyan students painting four of them. "I was thrilled and amazed at the enthusiasm students, faculty and staff showed about the program," said Gina Phillips, c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

%/ en 'age October 23,1996 The Rambler id jis fly |o lid at- id le at la id ry bat Scare me more Haunted houses more fun than frightening Six Flags' Fright Fest Kelu Parker Managing editor Perhaps a better name for Six Flags' Fright Fest would be Fun F est It definitely provides a good time, hut not what one over 10-years-old would call scary. If you're simply looking to get in the Halloween mood, Fright Fest is a great idea, the park is lull of fes- tive decor and spooky sounds. However, the only screams heard are mostly a result of the Texas Giant. The chills and thrills are few and far between.- A section of the park is set up for its "Terrorplex" and includes four haunted houses, none of which were very haunted. Colonel Killjoy's Crazy Clown Castle did at least provide something interesting to look at. It is full of flo- rescent colors and neon lights, which provided an entertaining theme, if nothing else. Arania (the Black Widow Bride) and her 13 Rooms of Doom also provided a g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 23 October 1996

October 23,1996 The Rambler Braves poised to claim 'Team of Decade' tag David Curry . Staff writer Commentary Who remembers the last place finish of the Atlanta Braves in 1990? Now, how many remember their turn around season in 1991 when they made it all to the World Series, only to lose to the Minnesota Twins? Well, now it's five years-after their first appearance in the Fall Classic, and they are back again. They have made two other appear- ances, in '92 they lost against the Toronto BlueJays, and last year when they finally won against the Cleveland Indians. The '93 and '94 seasons were disappointing for Braves' fans with a loss to the Philadelphia Phillies in the '93 National League Championship Series, and the strike in '94. Now, we find them playing the New York Yankees. With a pitching Muff that holds claim to the past five Cy Young winners, Tom Glavine and Greg Maddux, and more than likely this years', in John Smoltz, the Braves seem all but unbeatable. Add in sensational fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

i HE 1 RUTH IS IN HERE! (SEE CENTERFOLD!) October 30, 1996 Vol. 79, No. 19 Fort Worth, Texas A student-operated newspaper spooking the Texas Wesleyan community Wesley an students help save man's life Three Meals on Wheels volunteers detect natural gas, dial 911 / m Tekisha Slack ,Stuff writer Gina Phillips, Tina Taiclet and Herman McKissic are tired of being called heroes. The three Wesleyan students who helped save an elderly man's life last Wednesday, would much rather be called humane than heroic. Last week, Phillips, an English major and the volunteer coordinator for Meals on Wheels and two other Wesleyan students, McKissic and Taiclet, were making their usual rounds on the Meals on Wheels route that the university adopted about a year ago. As the three volunteers made their way up to the house on Campbell Street, they were bom- barded with a strong odor of gas. After McKissic continued to knock on the door for a few more minutes in an effort to get Jerry Barnes to come to the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

October 30, 1996 The Rambler m 1/ I i-. I ■ In liricf On Campus • Dining with Diversity will be hosting a lecture on "Affirmative Action" presented by Michelle Briscoe of Texas Christian University It will be held tomorrow at noon in the Hsast Room of Dora Roberts Cafeteria. A "Pepper Gas' seminar will be presented by Officer Dennis Gotcher on Thursday, Nov. 7, dur-; ing free period in the gym. The cost I is $20 and everyone will receive a pepper gas canister and a keyring. 1 The Math/Computer-Science jClub will host a two hour seminar called Shaking Hands with Your j Personal Computer. Classes will be; on. Thursday, Nov. 7, and Thursday, Nov. 14, at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.! in the science building, room 106.; Space is limited and the cost is $10 per person. Reservations must be in by Monday, Nov. 4, and Monday, Nov. II. The Aries is now accepting submissions in poetry; short fiction, personal essay, analytical essay, drama and art. Deadline is Dec. I. For guidelines call Kathy Walke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

October 30, 1996 The Rambler Editorial Happy seniors make giving alumni 'We are almost alums. Graduated. Outta here. And we're wondering if the school really cares-, Sure, it care once we've graduated. Then we can be reached by phorte and asked to donate money or time to our alma mater. We might give, we might not. It's a risky thing to call alums and ask for money. If they liked the school and feel the need to contin- ue giving money, then so be it But some alums will have a hard time giving money after they've graduated. We think that in order to raise a generation of alums who will cheerfully and willingly give money to the school, action needs to be'taken now. What is the school doing now to show us (as seniors) that it want lis to stick around after we graduate? We've been spending money for four, maybe live years at Wesleyan, why should we continue doing it after we graduate? These are important questions that need to be addressed now, not after graduation. After we graduate, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

student newspapertul! or lies, halt-truths, negativity, vincirctivencss, bitterness, depression, images, a An outlet for unprofessional student journalists who hate everybody and should be fired Of course we're not talking about The Rambler! Just call us . . . The Oak Leaf You don't get it and that's OK All .content of this and the facing page is ficticious and intended purely for entertainment. Any resemblance to real life is probably coincidental. OiTi^hii: >1, • The Onlv WcwsfuwCK [o riw]ni t/.y Fitjukc! WmHm 'K : Aliens descend upon Wesleyan Dr. Michael Sewell said siaiias k'Sl 'jf# ¥M': i • 's> M 1$ m §$ Lko&S&SB t- ' •' m&wm • . ii1 m — HiWiPtiSlBliias , ilii .;I;:;.;:;/;V :• : ;:;:y . ■. •; ...../ r.'-, ■' '. : 3p( &1xs<t <.l*< lINP I?! '> ' <, ^ i,>- ' - ; • ' ■ • •- v ' . ■ >• V . : TO Think big when placing anT on a page. WelL-is This BIG enough pon you?! Photo by Rachael- Stevens Stephen English Editor-in-chief Yeah, it happened....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

The Oak Leaf hails The evil a Liens! (Unless They <ikc JeyetiTcJ hv ouk o'iLitiikv, i/t which /whit tve would like to a•e-eLihv on a* U.S. e/ nzenship.) 1 M' 1 I If As a public service, The Oak Leaf proudly presents: / Signs you may be an alien > If you can see your internal organs. . . you may be an alien! If you never leave without your anal profrKkit. . . you may be an alien! If you bioldgioiHy engineer microbes to control the brains you may be an alien! of influential people If you spend Friday nights making funny designs in corn fields . . . you may be an alien! If names like "Fox" and "Scully" inspire consuming hatred that courses through your veins • • • y°u may be an alien! If you spend most of your time making a newspaper that causes everyone to hate your stinkin' guts • • • be crazy! Don't drink the water h IISS - Cue Ball Curry Stu ff reader At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 3, 1996 Texas Wesleyan University was visited by an out-of-this-world air craft. The Unide...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

Life Page 4 October 30, 1996 The Rambler' Halloweening college style Professors and students join in on the tun Keixi Parker Munaning editor And you thought Halloween was just for kids. Various campus organizations are making sure col- lege students are included in the festivities of the holiday this year. Student Activities Committee (SAC), Organizations Advisory Council (OAC) and the Student Government Association (SGA) are working together to encourage everyone to wear costumes tomor- row during the d;iy. Faculty, stall and administration are being asked to participate in Halloween Spirit Day as well. "Students said it would he great to have their professors come to class dressed up," said Peter Phaiah, coordinator of campus activities. . Two of the resident halls will be open this evening for youngsters to go trick or treating. Children of stu- dents, faculty and staff are invited, as well as. kids in the community. SAC and the Residence Hall Council have extended invitations to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

ntertainment Page 5 October 30, 1996 The Rambler High School High fails with junior high quality J A MKS PFAFFENGUT Staff writer Hvery now and then ("once in a blue moon" for you Texas natives) Hollywood bestows upon the slavering populace something fresh, something innovative, some- thing downright new. Such is the case with David Zucker's latest release. High School High, which delves into the vast, heretofore untapped subject of educa- tion. OK, so Hollywood has been delving into the sub- ject of education since Goodbye Mr. Chips, but not in comedy format. Well yes, National Lampoon's Senior Trip could be loosely classified as comedy, but no one has really examined that teacher-student bonding thing right? What's that? Dead Poets Society? True true. Fine then, no one has spoofed The Substitute and Dangerous Minds—until now. John Lovitz stars in High as Richard Clark, a prep school teacher who resigns to take a position at Marion Barry High, a school deep in the heart of the 'hood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 30 October 1996

October 31,1996 The Rambler Fire beats Tulsa 3-1 Three goals in second period do in Oilers Greg Bocomol Staff writer Saturday night the Fort Worth l ire defeated the Tulsa Oilers, 3-1, before 3,069 fans at Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum. Tulsa got on the board first with 10:25 left in the first period on a goal by Doug Lawrence. Fort Worth answered with three goals in the second period. Two of the goals came within six seconds of each other. Mike McCourt scored first with assists going to Terry Menard and Stephane Larocque. Malcolm,,Cameron then blasted a shot past Oiler goalkeeper Derek Shybunka. Ryan Black closed the scoring at 14:19 of the second. The Fire are 4-2 and in second place in the Western Division. The Fire host the Oklahoma City Blazers on Friday and the Macon Whoopee on Saturday. Look for more coverage of Fort Worth Fire hockey in the future. The Week At A Glance Soccer Wesleyan at Mary Hardin-Baylor Sat. (ff 3 p.m. Volleyball Wesleyan at Mary Hardin-Baylor Fri. @ 7 p....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1996

CLINTON WINS November 6, 1996 YoL7^m2QL 'W>rt Worth, Texas A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesleyan community Law school site purchased Downtown Fort Worth's Southwestern Bell building step one in iaw center' plan 1M fy SilV Photo by Rachael Stevens Wesleyan President Jake Schrum signs ownership documents along with Southwestern Bell building officials at a signing cere- mony held Monday. The triple-level, 110,000 square-foot site could be occupied by the Wesleyan law school by summer 1997. Stephen English Editor-in-chief The Texas Wesleyan law school moved closer to full accreditation and to the main campus after President Jake Schrum signed closing papers on the purchase of the former Southwestern Bell building Monday. The purchase was made with a $2.8 million loan from Texas Commerce Bank. The loan will also, be used to make space renovations. The university will attempt to sell bonds to repay the loan so that it won't tap into current university funds. The buil...

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

November 6,1996 The Rambler In Uric J'. . . On Campus r Faculty retirement still an issue A 'Pepper Gas' seminar will be presented by Officer • Dennis Gotcher tomorrow during free peri od in the gym. The cost is $20 and everyone will receive a pepper gas; canister and a keyring. On Thursday, Nov. 14, the Dept. of Intensive English will host their annual Open House from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Dan Waggoner Annex. j j The M;y:h/Computer-Science Club will host a two hour seminar! 1 called Shaking Hands with Your Personal Computer. Classes will be tomorrow and Thursday, Nov. 14, at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. rri the sci- ence building, room 106. Space is limited and the cost is $10 per per- son, Reservations must be in by Monday, Nov. 11. The Aries is now accepting submissions in poetry, short fiction, personal essay, analytical essay, drama and art. Deadline is Dec. 1. For guidelines call Kathy Walker at ext. 4400. Copies.of the 1996 Aries are available in the Campus Bookstore. The health...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1996

IsL November 6, 1996 The Rambler H H ■ I : Editorial We can't have any fun, unless it's for show Whenever something impor- tant happens on this campus, the university goes all-out. There's nothing wrong with that. In fact that's a good thing. However, why does it take something important to get the uni- versity to go out of its way? It seems the only time anything inter- esting happens on campus is when the university is courting freshman, schmoozing dignitaries or the cafe- teria goes all-out for those rare holidays. The question, "Hey, what's going on over in the (insert build- ing's name here)?'- is usually uttered when the alumni or prospective students are being escorted from building to building and have some sort of dinner planned in the cafeteria or SUB. The university has every means of recruiting and schmooz- ing at its disposal, but hey, why not spread the wealth around? . Don't forget about the students once you get them here. The university has every means of recruiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1996

Page 4 November 6, 1996 The Rambler ' Would you open your door to this trick or treater? % Chainsaw- wielding maniac Scottie Lundgrun stalk*> victims last vveek on Halloween Spirit Day during Thursday In The Quad. Ptiolo by James PtajTcngut From phone bills to wedding bells Two Wesleyan students' long distance relationships have happy endings Losers aren't weepers Tekisha Slack Staff writer If you have ever lost anything, you probably have experienced a range of emotions. First, there is the panicky feeling once you realize that the item is gone. • Next comes the feeling of desperation as you recklessly look for the lost item. Finally, you feel the disappointment after you realize that you have looked everywhere with no luck. Well, the students of Wesleyan need not fear. Deborah Blankenship, administrative assis- tant to the dean of students, is also Wesleyan's finder of lost items. All a student has to do is visit the dean of students' office, on the second lloor of the Brown Lu...

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