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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1997

The Rambler October 29, 1997 • 3 " MORE BM> NBN5, SIR... ONE TAPE SHOWS YOU ACCEPTING WHW APPEARS TO BE k 50-POUND BM5 OF COLOMBIAN COFFEE FROM JUANVN-DEZ..." I DO W HWfc A. SPECIFIC RECOLLECTION OF CHOTOMGCOWJ WE. OiEmTRm.'an i DO NOT RUL£OUI-mE. POSSIBILITY TM I CCULP HkVB! (yen fxrvrrnA CV*T <VJ«XLJk.fc^6tr. r*riv A lack of school spirit means a lack of self-respect Julie Terrell Iain a senior, graduating in December, and I just realized 11 Kit I will not have an annual that records my senior year in col- lege. This is unfortunate because 1 sincerely believe that if a school has such a lack of respect for its history, then what is left? 1 am talk- ing about more than a simple yearbook; I am talking about school spirit. What is school spirit? School spirit is detined in my terms as the respect and love for one's school. School spirit is what football games or any other sporting event is made up of. School spirit is still wearing your college ring years after you graduate,.an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1997

4 • The Rambled October 29, 1997 ma;* I I I I m ' m I I E>' 1?' I There are ghosts among the living Are the dead really dead at Texas Wesley an? Jason Lamkks Staff writer In the book " Phantoms of the Plains, Tales ot West Texas Ghosts," by Docia Schultz Williams, Mason Johnson, professor emeritus of theater arts and s'peech at Texas Wesleyan University before he died in 1989, described his encounters with a ghost he called "Georgia" who lived in the Fine Arts Building. Johnson directed all of the musicals on campus, then known as Texas Wesleyan College. Johnson said his first encounter with the ghost occurred during a rehearsal of Brigadoon in 1955. Johnson said: "It was late one evening, I'd say about.10:30 or 11 , and we were rehearsing for Brigadoon in the auditori- um here: 1 was-silting about midway in the auditorium, taking notes. Something kept bothering me. I kept thinking someone was back of me all of the time, and on several occasions 1 turned around, but 1 saw no stud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1997

The Kambler October 29, 1997 mS Women's soccer and cross country \ have a future at Wesley an Jana-Lyn Graf . Staff writer Last spring there was a discus- sion on creating a women's soccer team. This year there is a look at the future of women's sports on campus. "Women's soccer is immensely popular and has a poo] of talent iii high school find premier leagues across the area and is immensely popular among hispanics and that is our largest population at the time." said Dr. Applin, associate vice pres- ident for student life and athletics. Applin also mentioned that the facilities Wesleyan currently uses for the men's soccer team, which is Gateway Park, can barely facilitate the needs of the current soccer team. A problem such as cancelling games because of poor maintenance is fre- quent. "We are currently hoping to move the soccer games to Arlington, and construction on a new soccer field begins in the spring because we need on campus facilities for both a men's and a women's soccer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 October 1997

Happy haunting Finding haunted houses without typical spooks Kkli:i Parker Entertainment editor Boo! It's Halloween and the tried and true form of entertainment for this eerie holiday is visiting haunted houses. There are spooky Photo by Jim McKen/ie Wesleyan freshman Corey Roberts is a vol- unteer at Hangman's House of Horrors. spots throughout the Metroplex, but three of them stand out. HANGMAN'S HOUSE OF HORRORS has had a reputation of being one of the best for years, and rightly so. The theme for this year's house is exploring your pho- bias. The tour guide who greets you asks if you're afraid of heights, creepy crawly things or tiny spaces. She says her phi- losophy is that you must meet your fears head on in order to conquer them. That's exactly what the house proceeds to do! Hangman's has the best to offer when it comes to effects and it has one of the longest tours at approximately 20 minutes. They have a ho mastered the dreaded long lines by assigning group numbers and call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

, LIBRARY The students' voice since 1917 Novembers, 1997 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 80, No. 21 An etch in time saves crime r h f gfa# Fort Worth Police officer P.D. Laughery talks to student Chirs Garrett about having his car etched. The Fort Worth Police Department offered the etching service for free, in the Wesley an parking lot to assist in identifying a car if it is stolen.' Renovations planned for fine arts facilities Deb Blankenship Staff writer A an assessment of current and pro- jected facility needs has been made for the Fine Arts department to ensure that the university's goals are met for die school. Projected facility needs for the School of Fine Arts include renovations of existing facilities and new construc- tion. Dr. Robert R. Pevitts, dean of the School of Fine Arts said, "You need facil- ities — as a laboratory for instruction. The educational needs include facilities that support the programs." The university goals for the arts are to enhance, support, and encourage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

Red light... Green light... Jackie Benton leads the pack while Christie Martin and Bryan Stevenson follow close behind. Students in the drama department like to think up creative diversions to the day's activities. Photo by Jon McKea/ie Fall fashions zip on in Amber Causey Staff writer Fall has finally arrived and the newest season fashion trends are in. Ladies if you are wandering if what you are wearing is in, let us take a look at what some magazines bring us this season in the fashion world. To be stylish this fall you must learn to dress in layers. Doing this can also help you stay warm as the temperature begins to drop. According to Young and Modern, one way to layer clothing without looking too bulky is to start with a sheer shirt. You then add a long sleeve tee shirt topping it with a vest. A light weight jacket will top off the perfect fall outfit. Each layer will also look good on its own. Young and Modern suggests wearing super-bright suede shoes from turquoise to red. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

The Rambler November 5, 1997 • 3. Id It V. Tounoj. piw^, we unesp lb mm W CHW <* frt& H&HHOU&e MfeSftHjwa, WW. Ok* Wfc aiiwifcfecF k^ssml —1_ WHITE house EDITING . UOOM t\ R i N IMU U«N -11 words. We want to know what you think. What you really think. So we sent a reporter and a photographer to randomly stop people and ask them a question that somehow relates to college life and all that fun stuff. Beware! When you least expect it, we might stop you and ask you to tell us what you think! Question: Where is -the weirdest place you've ever made out? Brent Morton Sophomore, Political Science Alma Hernandez Junior, Mass Communication Aaron Young • Senior, International Business "Jake Schrum's office.' in a car in front of Mama's." "The bathrooms of Mama's Pizza." / Joann Rosario Secretary, Student Life "In a church." Mary Ellen Brown Sophomore, Early Childhood Education "Ort the hood of my boyfriend's father's car." All photos by Jon MeKenzie Bobby Taylor Sophomore, Mass ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

The Rambler November 5, 1997 • 5 Photo court&sy of Athletic Dept. The women's basketball team's exhibition game will be against the Women's Mexican National Team on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. The coaches for the basketball team are Head Coach Vicki Nelms, Byron Carter and Jeff Doggett. Texas Wesleyan's 1997-98 Women's Basketball Team. Landy Biven 10. Pain Wiggins 12, ( andace Carnes 14, Natasha Garcia 20. Amy Lavender 21, Rosiland Horcae 23, Kerri Clark 24, Mis ha Hamilton 25, Brandi Williams 32, Jennifer Doyle 33, LaQuita Jordan 34, Jill (iallick 42, Jennifer Burchell 44, Rhonda Freeman 45, Brei' Silvia 50, Crystal Cooper 55. Wesleyan baseball Speaking for the underdog Perhaps the media should give Switzer a break Guest Columnist He's only human, you know. Barry Switzer, 1 mean. Imagine yourself in your worst moments. Well, that's been Barry's public experience for a while now. People hate him, and he's pre- tended not to notice, but 1 know he has. He's the middle ground between Cowboys...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 5 November 1997

I I I I • i. 1 1 1 ■ ,• B'. •• I • Hi r 6 . The Rambler November?5, 1997 An intense London fog is part of "the dramatic set and lighting in The Elephant Man, starring John Kelley and Kevin Harda way. l he play began the five- day stretch of performances in the American College Theatre Festival. Photo by Jon McKeruic Elephant begins parade of plays Julie Tkrkeit Sniff writer Theatre Wesleyan's The Elephant Man. a true story about the lile of John Merrick, works through a rough beginning to become a deep, thought-provoking play. The show began Wesleyan's hosting of the American College Theatre Festival Nov. 4 ipt the Scott Theatre. Merrick (James Gilbert) is a man with an incredibly disfig- uring disorder called Proteus syndrome, which causes cauliflower-like tumors all over his body. Once the main attrac- tion at a sideshow, Merrick is rescued by Fredrick Treves (John Kelley). a doctor at the London Hospital where he attempts to provide his patient with a somewhat, normal life. No pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

c The students' voice since 1917 I- J; •' k l':: i?,, . 1"' November 12, 1997 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 80, No. 22 Alumni convene, discuss Wesley an Group addresses school concerns in open forum Jason La mi- us Sttlfl H7 Ih I Oil the weekend of Nov. 7-N, ihe annual Alumni Assembly meeting was held. 1 his two day.event began with a formal dinner on Friday night and ended with a open panel meeting late Saturdas afternoon. Michael A Denis •74 and l lise M McVeigh '90 hosted the assembly The open meeting was a question and answer session between the senior staff of the university and some ol the' alumni. I he senior staff included President of the university; Jake B. Schrum, Dr. Tom Armstrong, Provost and senior vice president of the university; Marcia Wilemon, secretary of the university; Dave Voskuil, vice president of enroll- ment; and Caren llandleman, vice president of university advancement. The questions were written down on cards by the alumni before the meeting so Schrum read the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

Students compete in Moot Court campus news at a glance... Tekisha Slack Staff writer Texas Wesleyan's School of Law hosted this academic year's Texas Undergraduate Moot Court Association's (TUMCA) State tour- nament. Two teams from Wesleyan's University Moot Court Workshop class taught by Mike Beshara and Dr, Walter Toxey competed. The eight highest scoring teams proceeded to the quarter finals. While Wesleyan's team did not advance to the quarter-finals, Weleyan's Timothy Koirtyhann was honored as eighth best out of 10 oralists among the 68 competitors. The oralists were recognized with plaques from TUMCA. Thirty-four teams front nine schools converged on the Law Schools campus to argue a fictional case before a "mock" federal circuit court. Stephanie Newell and Josh Harr, team one, and Koirtyhann and Jacqueline Benton, team two, repre- sented Wesleyan against Texas A&M, UT-Arlington, Howard Payne, Stephen F. Austin, Hardin- Simmons, Lamar, Midwestern, and UT-Tyler. While the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

The Rambler November 12, 1997 • 3 :h >rt uih )cul ite ilth ion 117- incd Hani kt be sent jire •m.. >ner I and jted ling /est let CA3LVMI lAVagfWOOM TO you<1 FRIEND?'. tor tyomcwrovi MS NOT Rm, KOW 8SSS8S weSlDENT/ i. Hillary s latest revelation... RELAX',- AND UMIE THE CHILD- REARING TO \JS! 3«& IALIZEP DAYCARE How I spent my alumni weekend Allison Wood We came, we saw. we con- quered. And then we came hack. This past weekend was Alumni Weekend at Wesieyan and those of us who once graced "the halls, hung out in the Sub.and slept through an occasion- al class or two, came back to see what had hap- pened since we walked across the stage with diploma in hand. 1 couldn't . get to Wesieyan until the 12:15 lunches, adver- tised as Hosted Lunches with Faculty. The —— delegates (a.k.a. alumni) were invit- ed to attend an informal lunch With faculty and staff from the school they graduated from. In my case, this was the School of Science and Humanities. i was surprised by the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

J The Rambler November 12. 1997 5 Go Skins Chalk it up to experience Guest Columnist I am a Redskins fan. I know, 1 know I have heard all the jokes and' even got cards to a good psychiatrist, but I'm not crazy, just devoted It's not easy living here and being a Redskins fan and.to admit it. is on the border of blasphemous. Every year around the time of our "Big Game" I try to celebrate by buying sweatshirts, signs and other paraphernalia but (of course) there is nothing. The last time I checked there are other teams besides the Cowboys in the NFL! In Houston, being a Redskins fan is no big deal, but here in tbe Metroplex I got laughed at by at least live -retail- ors. "Why Don't you lis ihe kiddie depart- ment," one young sales per- son sneered - ■ when I asked where I could possibly liud a Redskins T- shirt . Say what you will at least 1 ain not a fair-weathered fan. I see a whole lot of that around the Dallas- fort Worth area especially since the Cowboys are taking a similar path ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1997

ntertainment ■ ■— —— ■■1X81 «l Country music star Bryan White lias released his latest of three albums. Photo courtesy of Asylum Records Country is The Right Place to And a beautiful voice K 1:1.1.1 Parker Entertainment editor Many reading (his aren't far from the age of 23. Imagine that you have two platinum albums and have just released a third one that is already topping music charts. This is where country singer Bryan White stands. Although we may not be as wealthy or famous, the good news for his fans is that his new album. The Right Place, is as wonderful as his last. "One of the things I want to do is reach a larger audience," said White in recent news release. "My goal is to pull people in to country music who weren't there before." If any country artist can do it, he certainly can. One of the wonderful things about White is that he can catch your attention whether you're a country music Ian or not with his past pop-sounding songs such as So Much For Pretending and Sit/in' O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1997

e JBRAR^ ambler The students* voice since 1917 November 19, 1997 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 80, No. 23 Law School dedicated Andrew Smith Stuff w riter Texas Wesleyan reached a milestone in its history last Saturday with the dedication of its School of Law, located in downtown Fort Worth, at 1515 Commerce St. Established in 1989, the law school was acquired by Texas Wesleyan University in 1992, and in August 1994 received provisional accreditation by the American Bar Association. From 1992 through the summer of 1997 the law school was located in Irving, Texas, and in August 1997, moved to its new downtown location. Appearing at the dedication were Congresswoman Kay Granger, a Texas Wesleyan alumna; Loren Hanson, chairman of the Texas Wesleyan Board of Trustees, Joe Wilson, bishop of North Texas; Wade McMullen, president-elect of the Tarrant County Bar Association; and the current Mayor of Fort Worth, Kenneth Barr. The Law School is one of several major academic programs added by Texas We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1997

McMurray still suffering from gas explosion Campus news at a glance. Jason lamers Staff writer Tom McMurray, mail techni- cian, who lost his hous,e in a natural gas explosion Oct. 11, while he was sleeping, said he will not be able to work for at least two weeks. McMurray was hoping to be back to work a week after the inci- dent occurred. However, his doctor has diagnosed him as having soft tissue damage which occurs when most of a person's muscles and liga- ments are strained. McMurray has undergone two weeks of physical therapy and may be prescribed more if his condition does not improve. Lone Star Gas was supposed to pay for everything after his house was destroyed by a cracked gas line that belonged to Lone Star, McMurray said. McMurray said Lone Star will pay for the house and the contents of the house, but will not pay for the medical bills day to day that are adding up for his treatment. "It looks like I'm going to have to do the lawyer thing," Said McMurray. McMurray said hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1997

The Rambler November 19, 1997 3 E V H P'-' Ri V/Heft GReM" Bo^P CANT J/yL em wnvouf Tp,AL can't off e/v\ a« iNFakTs/ W°h«H' CAH'r UMe with 'CM CAK'r FLA^H 'eM ftvhr b/ousw L 2d iz MEum& (kT.ln« «0*0,-iCO7 Monvi ,T*,< in words We want to know what you think. What you really think. So we send a photographer to randomly stop people and ask them a question that somehow relates to college life and all that fun stuff. Beware! When you least expect it, we might stop you and ask you to tell us what you think! Question: If you could change anything'you've done , what would it be? Jennifer Kilcrease MBA Student Raymond Turner Sophomore, Music "My freshman and sophomore years of college. My study habits didn't kick in till about the second semes- ter of my sophomore year. 1 could've done a lot better." Jennifer Burchell Daniel Kilcrease Resident Director, O.C. Armstrong Hall "1 would've met my wife a lot soon- "1 would'\ e got a smaller meal plan er." ' so I wouldn't have to eat at Dbra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 19 November 1997

4 • The Rambler November 19, 1997 1 1 and persistence pay off Cooper's drive for her degree kept education on her mind for 58 years Julie Terrell Staff writer Every Saturday, Mary Cooper commutes from her farm in Springtown, Texas, over an hour's drive away, to her child psychology class at Wesleyan She is taking the course for $ 18 a semester hour instead of the typical $250 a semester hour. Who is this woman and why is she studying at this private institution so inexpensivelyCooper i" no ordi- nary student. Cooper is finishing a degree that she started in 1939. She majored in home economics in the hope of becoming a county agent for the Future Farmers of America (FFA). However, she got married before she graduated, and the FFA was only hiring single women. She could not be employed. Cooper also had other responsibilities In an article in the Fort Worth Star- Telegram (Aug. 25), she was quoted as saying that she "had to take time out to raise a husband and a child." The article als...

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