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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1992

10 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SK Hot Rod & Zim: Kick Back With The Good 'Ol Boys Pure Country Warner Bros. . Sfeg&g -IK Synopsis: Dusty (George Strait) is a big time country western' star! 'who leaves the fast pace lifeon the road to find bis roots while be fis busy discovering who he is a young road hand takes his place onn OlUL Jl7-0l LIS.1I Ig Rod Pruitt: Pure Country Is Pure Entertainment This is a one cuss word.'four kissin' short skirtin' tight jeanin' ropin' a horse and sing songin' kind of a show; It is nice to see a movie where you can take your hat off while saluting the flag and fight for a girl to keep your honor. George Strait powers this movie not with his acting ability but with a strong musical soundtrack and some country charm. The film was actually shot in Texas which is an added plus. However the only thing I did not care for was Strait's inability to relax he seemed a bit to stiff in certain scenes. Other than that I felt it was a great movie. It seems that...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1992

The Press Box by Chris Cafalone While we are between pe- riods and the Zamboni is clean- ing the ice let's take a look at the past week in HSU sports. The women's soccer team is on a two-game winning streak as they beat Schriener College last Tuesday 5-1 in Kerrville. Rena Lyman re- corded the hat trick (three goals ) and Martha West and Milessa Kuhl contributed the other goals as they improved their record to 2-7. The men lost to West Texas State Satur- day night 3-0. The Buffaloes a NCAA Division II member scored their goals in the first half. Steve Doyle had 14 saves to keep the Buffaloes intact. The men's record fell to 4-9-1 . Both the men's and women's teams will conclude their home seasons tonight as they host College of the Southwest. The women play at 6 p.m.and the men follow right after. The football team keeps racking up victories as they beat Sul Ross State in Alpine last Saturday 28-22. The Cow- boys were a little bit sloppy as they survived five turnovers to record the...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 27 October 1992

HSU Brand October 27 1992 12 SPORTS w A-vml&r jrTEF JkrKiH AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION TIME Fans show- ing their "spirit" at a recent HSU football game. (photo by Jason Hatton) A Season Of Change In Flag Football Intramural News- Special Sports Report This year's Flag Football season began and ended with some major changes. The en- tire format of play was changed to encourage more participa- tion and to add some excite- ment to the game. The teams were cut to six players on the field at a time and the field itself was shortened. The re- sult was a fast-paced high- scoring game of flag football. This year also marked the return of a women's division. There were four women's teams competing for the title. The teams were AIO Delta The Crew and The Peace Boogers. The Crew ran wild over all the other teams com- piling a 5-0 mark and captur- ing the championship. The men's division was once again very competitive. There were fourteen men's teams including TAU three Kappa teams two Theta te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

2 OPINION HSU Brand November 12 1992 Prepare Today For a Well Written Tomorrow By Billie Walker As a student at Hardin-Sim-mons University I am aware of the emphasis that is put on the development of writing skills. Having worked at a professional job I am also aware of the neces- sity of being able to represent oneself in print. That is why I am writing to each and every one of you today. I believe that every profes- sor and every member of the staff here at HSU is in support cf students developing better writ- ing skills. But I am saddened to see that it is not perpetuated in the testing arena. OK here is my proposition. The major emphasis of every test should be on essay ques- tions. This is not to say that the majority of the test points should be placed on two essay ques- tions I mean that the majority of the questions should not be rep- resented by Multiple Choice True or False and Identify. Let's face it true or false . multiple choice and identify do not register in our long...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

HSU Brand November 12 1992 FEATURES 3 Come Cheer With Us Si " JUT Ir ta( STACK 'EM UP The HSU Cheerleaders create an interesting pyramid at a recent football game. HSU Varsity Cheerleaders Luellen Knight Diane McDowell Judi Bowea Shanda Webb Michelle Grady Scott Kemp Michael Cone Maria Callahan Jason Radcliffe Teri Keith Montrell Clinton Robert Hattenbach Travis Durham Shay Gilliam Nick Ybarra Junior Varsity Paige Allen Dwenette Toilet . Amy Parsons Monica Austin Kimberly Steele Kimblerly Adams Jennifer Chambers Sharon Hernandez HSU MASCOT Autumn Hibner disquised as the HSU Cowboy is a popular sight at HSU Football games GO COWBOYS! (Photo by Jason Hatton) Pep Rally 10 p.m. at the Pond 5l? m! 'm? (Sift i r 'wluZXtK f && T ' JBIM& H

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

I. HSU Brand November 12 1992 4 FEATURES Doctor Discusses Signs of Depression by Philip Muskin M.D. Depression can strike any- one from lumberjacks to ce- lebrities. Unlike the common experi- ence of a "blue day" or the bitter- sweet pain of a failed romance depression is a serious even life- threatening medical illness. Women feel its crushing weight two to three times more fre- quently than men. Children and the elderly also suffer serious depression although it is most common in those between 18 and 44. As many as one in four Americans will experience some form of affective illness in- cluding depression and mania during their lifetime. The cost is staggering: $16 billion annually in the U.S. including medical care lost productivity and loss from suicide. What causes depression? Hippocrates advanced theories of "black bile" and scientists have sought the answer for cen- turies. Currentresearch indicates that affective illnesses result from imbalances in brain chem- istry. Thousan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

November 12 1992 FEATURES (B Mudslinging By Sara Allsup Smr. f'sf?' rm& ySYA & ''& m. '': m I ' The election is over and Americans have made a wise choice we have elected Bill Clinton to be our next President. It has been 12 long hard years since a Democrat has been the leader of our nation. However the people of this country did not just vote on the grounds of the candidates political party they voted in a change not just a Democrat. President elect Clinton won the battle but now he needs to win the war. It is not going to be an easy four years and you can bet the Republicans are already looking towards the 1996 elec- tions. And between now and then a lot needs to be accom- plished in Clinton's administra- tion. Getting the American people back to work and bringing the feeling of security back into the homes of the people should be the first task of President-elect Clinton. The economy should be the first test of the new ad- ministration and there will be many waiting t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

HSU Brand November 12 1992 Workaholism Among College Students On Rise 6 FEATURES by Karen Neustadt (CPS) Whether it's slaving over books or at a part-time job college students risk burnout with late hours and hectic sched- ules in the race to get a diploma. Workaholism wears many faces in the college population: It shows up in an overachieving perfectionist "superstudent" a ' cash-strapped scholarjuggling a job and schoolwork or a college athlete who squeezes study be- tween hours of practice say psy- chologist who counsel stressed- out students. "There is a sense nation- wide that mental health staffs are seeing more distressed col- lege students" said Phillip Meilman director of counseling at the College of William and Mary in Virginia and author of "Beating the College Blues." "The is no hard data how- ever but there is a subjective impression that there' is a higher level of dysfunction that there are more serious problems" Meilman said noting that sub- stance abuse is often an ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

HSU Brand November 12 1992 FEATURES 7 Stress Reduction Techniques SELF DIRECTED TECHNIQUES Prioritize activites Exercise: jogging aerobics Recreation: hobbies sports travel Activities: painting sculpting Social support systems: group activity involve- ment in service or social organization religious activities BEHAVIORAL APPROACHES Examine life goals Identify stressors Recognize harmful traits RELAXATION TRAINING Meditation Guided imagery Muscle relaxation exercises. Hypnosis Five Inducted into Phi Alpha Delta International Law Fraternity Workaholism Among Students (continued from page 6) immune system defenses leav- ingitvulnerableto illnesses rang- ing from the common cold to recurring herpes attacks. Studies indicate that not only do students suffer anxiety over test results but they have an increased irritability around ex- amination time that is accompa- nied by a decline in positive ex- periences and socializing. At the University of Califor- nia at Berkeley a coffee shop mana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

8 FEATURES 2 X w i . Jli HBhDHHHhBHHHQH 3&jft i ?Z rt ;?vr l '4$ar ' f ft v- w . - - - c rf - . y lw iF ViB - B VH ROUGHRIDERS RIDE AGAIN -.v&l .. :- 1:. VAJ.I ' 7 jwrv.Awk. :Aif.4ix5iyjt-rM-''r.WT..t "?!-?SWl f ' . V y:- V j&L$ A. ffefai V Vv I wOiTSlyifl b.witBHHWW The ROTC Roughrider Battalion based at HSU is composed of students from Abilene Christian University Hardin-Simmons University and McMurry University. The students who are involved in ROTC maintain a busy sched- ule. In addition to their regular classes they attend Reserve Officer Training classes physical training labs and weekend training. Students are classified in ROTC according to their academic standing. Freshmen are classified as MS 1 sopho- mores as MS 2 juniors as MS 3 and seniors as MS 4. Students with an MS 4 classification have completed ad- vance camp and lead the battalion as the cadet chain of command and the staff. They work closely with with the ROTC instruction staff to train the MS 1 2 and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

November 12 1992 FEATURES 9 Hepatitis B Virus On Rise Across Nation By Steve Zimmer A media campaign has been launched announcing a vaccine for the virus known as Hepatitis B. In a press conference held at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Chicago on Oct. 30 during the National College Media Association's convention Dr. Ruth Westheimer nationally known psychosexual therapist; Dr. Richard Duma of the Na- tional Infectious Diseases Foun- dation and Donnalmperato a rep- resentative from the pharmaceu- tical company SmithKline Beecham went over the details pertaining to a new prevention program that stresses education about Hepatitis B and the new vaccine that is available. Depression continued from page 4 volvement in pleasurable activi- ties without regard to personal safety. Diagnosis is sometimes com- plicated because a large number of conditions ranging from hormonal dysfunctions and vi- ral infections to vitamin defi- ciencies may mimic affective illness. In patients who are medi- cal...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

HSU Brand November 12 1992 10 FEATURES Author Of HSU Centennial History To Sign Autographs By Laura Home In 1891 Simmons College began. The school celebrated its Centennial Year 100 years later in 1991. However since classes didn't actually begin until the fall of 1892 this year's fresh- man class has the honor of being the one hundredth class to go through HSU. In honor of this special centennial celebration HSU published Hardin-Sim-mons University: A Centennial History In the past several small his- tories of HSU have been written but a full history of HSU has never been compiled until now. The centennial yearbook in- cludes basic history of HSU varying from biographies of all presidents to descriptions of buildings and landmarks includ- ing the old school bell and the duck pond. Histories of student clubs Cowboy football the Cowboy Band the BSU are also included. Faculty and staff hav- ing a tenure of 20 or more years are honored as are star athletes. And it would not be a true h...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

i FEATURES 11 November Standing Non-Traditional Networking ..r"-'1 Firm By Jill Cleckler HSU Brand By Jeff Armstrong "If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways then will I hear from Heaven and will forgive their sins and will heal their land". 2 Chronicles 7:14 . This was God speaking to Solomon just after king Solomon had finished constructing the temple. Now Solomon had asked God to bless the temple and to watch after his people and God was answering audibly. I think this verse is very relevant to todays society as well. In the political race that was just completed for presidency we heard one of the politicians say. "Let's take our country back." This country was based on Chris- tian principles our money says "In God we trust." Yet this coun- try now backs gay and lesbian rights and kills unborn babies by the thousands. We are so far from the truth today I dare to say we are a presnt day S odom and Gomo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

12 FEATURES HSU Brand November 12 1992 : ! Unique Idea Creates University Tradition Editors Note: The information in this article was derived from an interview with Dr. William O. Beazley vice president emeri- tus and coordinator of the Six White Horses. By Charlotte R. Garrett The Six White Horses are an intragral part of Hardin-Sim-mons University history. What began as a small idea has grown into a famous tradition for the university. In 1929 Gib Sandefer and Sheriff Will Watson came up with a unique idea of having one white horse ride in front of the Cowboy Band. Watson dressed in white pants a decorated white shirt black boots two silver pis- tols and a ten gallon hat. In 1939 they decided that two riders would be better than one. Forrest Tippen the new rider carried theTexas flag along side Watson. In about 1941 the idea to carry six flags was born. The on- campus womens club The "Cowgirls" would be the target for the next five riders and Sher- iff Watson the sixth rider. He r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

rrr- novK FEATURES 13 Moot Court Competion Prepares HSU Students By Jonathan Woody If you enjoy a good argu- ment this may be just the thing for you moot court. Moot court is a simulated appellate court proceeding. The same as one would find in a Supreme Court. However there are no witnesses and no jury. But there is always more than one judge and students arguing over con- stitutional issues. Moot court is an excellent experience aiding students learning court issues and court procedure legal re- search and also learning how to express oneself betterunderpres- sure (which could come in handy sometime.) This is the first time in Har-din-Simmons' history to have moot court. Its future looks good indeed. There have already been two moot court tournaments in Abilene. The first tournament being intramural and the second intercollegiate. The universities involved in the intercollegiate Six White Horses (continued from page 13) Chuck went over to the beds and would put his head down in th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

HSU Brand November 12 1992 14 FEATURES Survey: Job Worries Top List of Student Concerns (CPS) Forty-two percent of college student presidents said that job prospects are the main concern of American students today. "Everyone is wondering if we will get jobs after this expen- sive education" said Glen Turf a senior at Colgate University in New York. Tuition increases were cited by another 23 percent raciaTis- sues were listed by 15 percent and inadequate financial support by another 12 percent. However 46 percent also said that the overall mood on campus was upbeat and 15 per- cent described the mood as "very upbeat." Sixty studentpresidents from colleges and universities around the nation were interviewed in the study by the University of Puget Sound in Washington. Ranjeet Bhatia an Concert Band Presents Fall Program The Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity ConcertBand will present their fall concert Thursday Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. in Behrens Audito- rium. The public is invited to attend. Admissi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 15 Hot Rod & Zim: Trippin' On The S.S. Highjack Passenger 57 Warner Bros. HSU Brand November 12 1992 Synopsis : Wesley Snipes is atop secunty agent at a major airport : .After the death ohis wife heistransferrcd to another job in v; ;QiUFornia He is placed oil the same flight that is transporting a;! dangerous highjacker MtvReign. And guess what happens? f Rod Pruitt:An Up And Down Rollercoaster Ride This film is your basic action-adventure with a psycho- path for a bad guy. This same psycho-path is also an accom- plished highjacker which brings me to question why on earth would the FBI want to transport him by plane? There were also some minor technicalities i.e.. how could someone jump through a three story window and not have a scratch or shoot an automatic without ever re hHIUUV&WINIil SPIRITUAL HIGH (STATE Of INDEPENDENCE! FEATURING THE VOICE OF CHRISSIE HYNDE Jjmpfc-x- BWftfeM B loading how many rounds did that clip hold? I liked the fact that ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

16 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EST. International Media Relations Press Release- Yevgeny Yevtushenko the leading poetic voice of posi- Stalin Soviet Russia will be performing from his works on Nov 16 1992 at 8 p.m. in the Johnson Building. Yevtushenko was born in Stanzia Zima Siberia in 1933. He published his first volume of verse in 1952 while a student at the prestigious Gorky Literary Institute in Moscow. His early poetry was immediately cel- ebrated for its uncharacteristic optimism and its search for dif- ferent forms and ideas. Yevtushenko strongly identified himself with the common person and proclaimed himself an en- emy of corruption and evil in all forms. He was expelled from the Young Communist League in 1957 because of his "individual- ism" and consequently expelled from the Gorky institute. He pub- lished the controversial "Babi Yar" an indictment of Soviet anti-Semitism in 1 96 1 and Time magazine devoted a cover story For Weekend Features & Feature Times A League Of ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 November 1992

novS ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 17 Filmography: GaryOldman There is this to be said for the English class system: it has bred John Osborne Tom Courtenay Michael Caine and now Gary Oldman - angry or at least irritated working class young men who have vented that anger onstage and onscreen. Oldman was born on March 21 1958 in New Cross an area of South London that later became known for its hooliganism. He and his mother and two sisters were abandoned by his father when he was seven: his sisters married (and divorced) mob- sters. A gifted mimic ( he once called himself "the Meryl Streep of England") he was motivated to become an actor by the unru- liness of Malcolm McDowell's characters and served as a mouthpiece for such social crit- ics as director Mike Leigh. . (Courtesy of Premiere Dec 1992) Wil-UjPtA rntC U-Ml fTlTfn IMiK .... opmn if &0s fcww ... RencWW"" Much to his bemusement he became a cult figure when he portrayed punk rocker Sid Vi- cious in Sid and Nancy and playwright ...

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