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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 March 1998

Food sale raises money for Black S.O. U.L. Matthew Smith Staff writer The Black History Month Committee's soul food sale in the quad of the SUB on Feb. 26 raised $200. Proceeds benefited Black Students of Unity and Leadership, said Cedric Adams, leader of the group. Adams said, the group's pur- pose is "increasing minority issue awareness and minority representa- tion in faculty positions." For $2 students received their choice of two vegetables, one meat and a dessert. The menu ranged from BBQ ribs, links and chicken, to corn, mixed greens and sweet potatoes. Dessert choices included: peach cobbler, pecan pie and pumpkin. Adams, who helped organize the sale, said group members planned the menu and their parents and grand- parents prepared and served the food. Feldon Black, grandfa- ther of Wesleyan student Kayla Collier, helped out by cooking ribs and sausages. The Black Students of Unity and Leadership is open to everyone and meets approximately twice month- ly, Adams said. For mo...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 March 1998

JL The Rambler March 4, 1998 • 3 in other 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 about a hot topic. So when you see him, don't run the other way-tell us what's on your mind. Question: How do you feel about the United States bombing Iraq? Cedric Ellis Junior Secondary Education kI think we should go over there and take control; if it happened once, it's going to happen over and over." Michelle Anderson Sophomore Accounting "Under the circumstances I'm for it because Saddam Hussein is a lot like Hitler. He got away with a lot of things before he Was stopped—let's put a stop to him before he starts." Joy Reeves Sophomore English "I'm for it because they've tried peaceful objectives and that has- n't worked, so this is the next logical step." Miranda Fox Sophomore Sociology "I don't believe in war, but I don't believe [Hussein] is right either." Jon Gery Senior Accounting "If [Hussein] doe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 March 1998

4 • The Rambler March 4, 199# 5 v Spanish speaking sessions sharpen students'skills Laurie Kjsner Stuff Writer Need .some help with your Spanish speaking skills? Dr. Jose Chavez is willing to help. Chavez, assistant professor of Spanish, who is cur- rently teaching his second semester at Wesleyan, has started a Spanish Conversion Hour in Dora's on Wednesdays at noon. "A lot of students have said that they need help in conversation," he said. 'That is how the program was born." According to Chavez, there is not enough time dur- ing class for his students to really speak Spanish. There is a lot of information that needs to be covered and not much time for anything else. "We do speak some," he said. "But it's just not enough." Originally from Zkcapecas in central Mexico, Chavez, lirst moved to the United States in 1966 and entered elementary school in Sacramento, Calif. He said that this was a very difficult time, and after two years he and his family had to return to Mexico. "Ii was a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 March 1998

I lie Rambler March 4, 1998 • 5 r Knight receives conference honor Wesleyan junior wing Lanny Knight, after being choosen as player of the week three times*, has now been chosen Heart Of Texas player of the year. Photo by Jon McKen/ie After leading the Heart of Texas Conference in scoring for most of the season. Texas Wesleyan University's Lanny Knight has been named conference player of the year. The 6-foot-4 junior wing from Arlington, averaged 22.8 points and 8.1 rebounds per game, while shooting 52.9 percent from the field. He was among leaders in all three cate- gories as well as assists and 3-point shooting. Knight was the only Wesleyan player to be named to the all-conference team. Information courtesy of Athletic Department Softball stays unbeaten Troy Clarkson Sports editor , The Texas Wesleyan Invitational Softball Tournament was cancelled because of rain last weekend but that didn't stop the Lady Rams from traveling to dry land and picking up two wiiis against Oklahoma Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 March 1998

6 The Rambler March 4, 1998 Some college students are morning people Tk<>\ Clarkson Sports editor The crowd in the dark smokey room cowers as light flooded the small inner city bar. The front door gradually opens. The regulars inside shield their eyes from the blinding glare in order to catch a glimpse of the next group of strangers to enter their domain. I he drunken eyes at the bar follow the strangers across the black paint- ed floor until the strangers, college students, find others like themselves Photo courtesy of Morning People Wesley;m student Kip Culberson, Jimmy McEwan, former Wesleyan stu- dent C had Smith and Mike Smith are members of the band Morning People., who have gathered for the upcoming event. Such a scene is common for supporters of the Wesleyan and University of Texas at Arlington based band Morning People The band consists of Wesleyan junior mass communication major Kip Culberson on drums, former Wesleyan student Chad Smith on lead guitar, his father Mik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

he Rambler The students' voice since 1917 March U, 1998 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 81, No. 7 New dorm new campus center proposed Jason JLamkks Staff writer A new university center to be built in the center of campus, is in the planning stage, vice president of student life and athletics Dr. Skip Applin said in a series of meetings with students March 2 - 4. Applin also said construction of a new 230 unit dorm will be further delayed. Applin, Peter Phaiah, director of student support services, and Christy Lehew, coordinator of res- idential life, held meetings in the dorms, asking for the students' advice and input for changes to the Wesleyan campus. Applin said Wesleyan plans to improve current facilities and build a large university center in the mid- dle of the campus, which would give students a "one stop shopping experience." Applin said the university cen- ter would house the financial aid, cashiers and .registrar offices, the book store, classrooms, food ser- vices, office space f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

If ir I' &■ Housing director resigns Christy Lehew Matthew Smith Staff writer Christy Lehew, coordinator of residential life, will resign the position she has held since June 1996, effective May 18. Lehew said she has no problem with Wesleyan but is leaving to concentrate on completing her master's in education She said she is "about halfway through the master's program at Dallas Baptist University" and wants to concentrate on school instead of juggling school and a job. Lehew said she plans to stay in the education field, especially the student development aspect, alter graduation. ■ l.ehew said the coordinator position has many duties, including training,and overseeing residence directors, working with residence assistants and desk assistants, managing of housing and dorms and making sure food service and maintenance ser- vices run smoothly. Black Student group seeks minority awareness Alicia Schmidgall Special to The Rumble* Black Students of Unity and Leadership is trying to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

in other words... We want to know what you think. What you really think. So we send a photographer to randomly stop people and ask thern a question about a hot topic. So when you see him, don't run the other way-tell us what's on your mind. Question: What is your idea of the perfect Spring Break? Rome McNary Senior Exercise-Sports Studies 'To be able to go to the beach, hang out with my friends and hanging out at the clubs." Yachiyo Tanaka Intensive English f . y "To go to another country—to feel their culture and their power." Diego Benitez Sophomore Mass Communication "Go on a surfing trip to Costa Rica with everything paid for." Shauntrell Tomlinson Subway Sandwich Artist "Since I've been working, the per- fect Spring Break would be with my boyfriend at home and going to a lot of places like Six Flags." Robin Biege Sophomore Management 'To go somewhere far away to a place that's real relaxing with a lot of friends and where there's no parents so we can party." Raun Shephard Fresh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

New minor dances its way to Wesleyan Laurie Kisnkk Stqff Writer Modern dance, pallet, jazz and tap stu- dents can now dance to their heart's content. And they can do it for credit. Until now, there was no dance minor at Wesleyan. Two dance courses will be added to the course-catalog (his spring: one lor students who would like to teach in a private studio, become a professional performer or become a choreographer; and another for those who are education majors' in another area who would also want to teach dance in a public secondary school. Barbara Hernandez, assistant professor of exercise and sports studies, has been working on the syllabus for more than a year. She said it has been a long process. The proposal for the minor was put before Academic Affairs Committee in October, approved during December and went into effect in January. The proposal has now been sent to the Texas Department of Education for approval. "I am just thrilled," Hernandez said, "li very one has been so sup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

The Rambler March 11,1998 • 5 I Playoff appearance short for Rams Greg Bogomol Special to the Humbler Heading into the playoffs five Wesleyan seniors knew that there were only two ways for their season to end, a national championship or loss. Unfortunately for Coach Dennis Krishka. the latter happened iri the Rams 96-91 Heart of Texas Conference Semifinal game loss in front of 1,000 fans:in Seguin on March 7. The Rams were making their first trip to the playoffs since 1991, The Rams have hot won a playoff game since 1986. That could change nex.t year, with a solid nucleus coming back including Heart of Texas Conference Player of the Year Lanny Knight, sophomore point guard Todd Chappell, guard Eric Carey, Kevans Sublet, and new; signee Jason Neal "It was a tough loss for us," Krishka said, "Now' that we have made it to the playoffs, we need to step our game to the next level lor next season and gf) further into the playoffs." In Saturday's game Texas Lutheran jumped out to an early ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 March 1998

6 * The Rambler March 11, 1998 i Mexican Inn munchies mucho good Wesley an student play- wright Jenny Smith, junior theater art* major, has rev Lsed a Shakespearean play for this year's Kidspeare fes- tival. The play, geared toward a junior high audience, will be per- formed in Trinity Park beginning April 4. Photo bv Jason Luiners Taming Shakespeare for a younger crowd Student adapts Taming of the Shrew for Kidspeare Sarah McMillan Special to The Ra'mbler Shakespeare doesn't always have to be complicated. Kidspeare, a project of Texas Wesleyan University and Shakespeare In The Park, strives to present a Shakespearean play to a young audience. Wesleyan junior theater arts major Jenny Smith rewrote Taming Of The Slirew for this year's cultural festival. She will rework the script to he appealing to a young audience. The adapted Version of the play will be performed by Arlington Heights High School in Trinity Park starting April 4. It will then tour junior high schools in the area for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

he Rambler The students' voice since 1917 April 8, 1998 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 81, No J**? Schrum confirms $2 million budget deficit Laurie Kjsner News editor . ■ Wesleyan is projecting an operating deficit of over 2 million dollars for the fiscal year ending May 31, according to a written statement issued by President Jake B. Schrum to The Rambler April 6. Schrum also denied the possibility of firings as a result of the overdrawn budget, but confirmed that the second summer session may be canceled. "No final decision has been made, but it is possible that it might be canceled," Schrum said. "All decisions of this type will be made in time for our students to make plans." According to an anonymous source, Schrum first .disclosed the university's budget problem during a dean's meeting two weeks ago. Schrum issued a memorandum near the end of February asking all faculty and staff to "hold down on this summer, but that Wesleyan is "still strong financial- expenditures" because the budg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

7 i ■ • I > 9 sZ CI pinii'N - IMIhIIJP 1 P imflm* £ li s mm,mm® m • ill V\'hiltf in Washington DC, Wesleyan delegates tu the Lnited States Student Association visited the Capital Building. Wesleyan students win award at conference in Washington DC Laurik Kisner News editor Light Wesleyan students were presented an award for having 25 percent of the campus participate in the U.S. Student Association's post- card campaign during the 29th Grassroots Legislative Conference at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., March 6-10. These students were: Misty Bates, Mark Bohon, Cedric Adams, Daniel Hernandez, Chelsea Hildabrandt, Alma Hernandez, Corey Bowling and Brent Morton. The topics for the postcard campaign were "Diplomas, Not Debt" and "Access Denied: Diversify!" Only one other school, The University of Colorado at Boulder, received the award. "We were honored to be one of the few universities to receive it," Hernandez said. In addition to attending the con- ferences, the group me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

The Rambler April 8, 1998 • 3 in other 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 about a hot topic, So when you see him, don't run the other way-tell him what's on your mind. Question: What do you do to get rid of stress? Eunice Chevez Sophomore Political Science listen to music, but the best is going to sleep." UGO OGIDI Freshman Mass Communication "Stress, what's that?" Amanda Forman Sophomore Psychology 'I cry and then I go to sleep." Bobby Taylor Sophomore Mass Communication "Drive to another state." Paul Callaghan Junior Exchange Student 'I hit freshman." Glenn-Franklin Junior Theater KM "I like to go spend free time by myself, take a breather or sleep- just something to get loosened up. All photos by Jon McKcn/ie The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout J*tke H Si hrum. Publisher , Or; Marian Haber. Adviser Jtunes f*faffen$ut. editiv ut Kelli fiirirr, munanMg editor £ entertainmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

le Rambler April 8, *Jjf Gifts from senior classes make their mark around campus Ciifts have been given to Wesley an by the senior classes as they leave. Above is the water fountain locat- ed between the McFadden Science Center and the Oneal-Sells Administration Building which was given by the class of 1940. To the right is the time capsule, given by the class of i«m T7 rirt '♦ r- ' RtSMKfc HROSI'H w5i rvi r,/, mv$-. Jason Kemmer Special.to The Rambler Have you ever wondered where the water fountain, time capsule and sun dial near the administration building came from? When, a senior from Wesleyan donates money as a contribution to the senior gift, where doe* this money go? What is it used for? . Until 1992 written documentation of senior gifts was rare. Finding out what class gave what item involves a stroll around cam- pus to find plaques listing names of donors. The seniors of 1925 gave the sun dial to the university. The class of 1940 gave, the fountain, which was reconditioned ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

The Rambler April 8, 1998 • 5 Softball dominates HOTC opposition Troy Clarkson Sports editor The Lady Rain's Softball team (16-5 overall and 8- 1 in conference) has found themselves in a shoot out for the Heart of Texas top spot with St Edward's University (9-1 in conference). Wesleyan rolled through the first part of their con- ference schedule, hitting only one bump that resulted in a 6-1 loss to Incarnate Word on March 27. 'We are really confident but not over confident and our team knows each other well," said Wesleyan infielder Stacy Dean. Except for the one loss, the Lady Rams have kept pace with the Hilltoppers and are in second place due only to St. Edward's higher winning percentage. St. Edward's percentage is higher because they have played more games. The Lady Rams have plenty of games to play before they meet St. Edward's at the end of the season but if both teams continue their winning ways the con- ference championship could be decided on May 1 and 2, Wesleyan's stroll...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

Ir' W l$r. W: Wesleyan theater student goes hopping down the bunny trail Mattu.kvv Smith Staff writer and he's a Photo by Glen E tillman Will the Easter eggs be delivered on time? Wesleyan theater student Brad Jackson (left) as Grandfather Cottontail must explain the Easter egg delivery process to his grandson. Peter Cottontail III is show- ing at Casa Manana April 10-11. Here conies Peter Cottontail student at Wesleyan! Senior theater major Brad Jackson is Grandfather Cottontail in Peter Cottontail III. now playing at Casa Manana. Jackson is a member of the Casa resident act- ing company. This involves participating in all seven Children's.Playhouse shows of the season. Fie also teaches acting classes at Casa Manana for children grades one through 12. He said he enjoys the experience very much. Peter Cottontail HI is a musical presentation of the Easter bunny legend written by local writ- ers Frances Seidensticker and Linda Lee. When Grandfather Cottontail retires, the young Peter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

in ■ pact don't believe any Thing Vol. 81, No. 8 Texas W e s l e y a v University We express a reflection of the gossip in culture and exploit it! Pachner's disappearance may be linked to sexual harassment by Pfaffengut m % m 11 Goober Noteworthy news editor, Awesome ad manage New evidence indicates that harassment may have played a part in the disap- pearance of former Rambler managing • editor Lou Pachner. Pachrier was last seen in Fort Worth on Dec. 20, 1997. The ongoing search for evi- dence why she disappeared began in early January, when students of Texas Wesleyan University noticed her absence in the spring semes- ter. In the last few weeks, offi- cials say, staff." According to McKenzie, such sexual advances were made toward male staff members also: "He makes the same gestures to everyone;, no one seems to be singled out," he said, "but that's in the office. Who knows what went on when the rest of us weren't around." Pfaffengut's only com- ment was: "All activities that go o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

Rambler news editor survives stay in jail l.C.U. Gnik Original opinions editor Taking Jason Lamers' and Jon McKenzie's dare seriously. Rambler news editor Sarah Gibson got her- self arrested this weekend, but couldn't get out on bail. "I didn't think she'd do it!" McKenzie said following Gibson's arrest, holding back tears. Gibson was arrested the night of March 28 after repeatedly jay- walking across Rosedale Street, dodging heavy traffic and the occa- sional stray dog. "She wouldn't stop crossing the street, even after she was bit by a bicycle," a witness said. Arresting officer Abe Carver said Gibson seemed determined to get thrown in jail, and even,volun- teered to read her own Miranda rights. "She seemed like a woman on a mission." said Carver; "I have to admit this frightened me." Gibson smiled brightly while posing for her mug shots, and refused to wipe off her fingertips after being printed. Gibson's one phone call was to Lamers, who couldn't stop laughing as she tried to ex...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 8 April 1998

The Scambler April 1, 1998. A.D., C.E., M.O.U.S.E. • 3 1 !§iS m | | m a bunch of lies... We want to embarrass James Really embarrass James. So we sat down'in the office and discussed what we thought of him After we stopped laughing, we thought about how James has touched our lives and warmed our hearts. We couldn't really think of any- thing. So, we made things easier on ourselves and discussed James ' sexuality < Question: What do you think of James' sexuality? Kama Cauz Ee Lively life editor "He's not all that." Goober Noteworthy news editor, awesome ad manager "He's all right as long as he keeps his clothes on. And it would be nice if he stayed here on Tuesday nights." Just Chat Magnificent managing editor, excellent entertainment editor "I have nothing to say about James' sexuality." I.C.U. Gnik Original opinions editor "Two words: electroshock therapy." Puff Jonny Phenominal photo editor "It's good to be open, but not thatopen." Troy Boy Super sports editor "Questionable." A...

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