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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

2 OPINION i993 m r-m w c m. i m - - BHiHaMHMMBMV UT3- - M t I I I 7 '6o-rrA"ttATr TrtAt srwnc' Letter to the Editor Dear Editor: It is becoming an increasing concern with our department Department of Physical Educa- tion that the articles we have submitted to the Brand have not been getting published. Our con- cern is two fold: 1. Why are our articles not being published and 2. If there has been a problem printing our articles why have we not been notified so that we could work it out? It is understood that you re- serve the right to print what you see as important to the student body. However we cannot un- derstand why Intramurals would not be of interest to the students. Sincerely HSU Intramurals HSU Intramurals: Thank you for expressing The Brand Billie Walker Features Editor Tammy Mantooth Editor TaraTrcmainc Asst EditorA&E Editor Chris Cafalone Sports Editor Karen Boss Advertising Manager Staff Writers: Laura Home Steve Zimmcr Sara AUsup Jill Decider Steve Doyle Shane Kenne...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

February 4 1993 FEATURES 3 Babyboomers Sweep Washington D.C. College Press Service It's official. The rock'n'roll generation has taken over the White House. As President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton swooped through 11 inaugu-: ral balls Jan. 20 it became apparent to anyone watching that this administration was going to be different. The saxophone playing president delighted throngs at the inaugural balls by jam- ming with five different bands . At the Arkansas ball he ac- companied legendary rock musician Ben E. King who wrote the song "Your Momma Don't Rock'n'Roll." During the campaign President Clinton promised to return to MTV and he did. MTV's Rock'n'Roll Inaugu- ral ball was one of the hottest tickets in town on inaugural night. President Clinton and his wife showed up briefly at the music television channel's party and told the crowd that he still believed in the Rock the Vote campaign that regis- tered so many young voters. When "Vice President Al Gore showed up at ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

HSU Brand February 4 1993 4 FEATURES Chapel Chat And A Look At Things To Come By Billie Walker This week in chaple was opened with a wonderfully mov- ing Multi-Media presentation and the assembly welcomed a performance from the HSU The- atre Department's Moments Notice Improvisational Theatre Group. Chapel was held on January 26 where students were greeted by three 'Big' screens in which a multi-media presentation was shown. The sound was as won- derful as the message we were all there to hear. Music boomed out as the lights were dimmed and we were immediately wrapped up in a moving Christian message of hope trust and support. Turning Point Productions used stills of the characters and music to sup- port their message. The question was posed "How much of our past life ex- periences influence our choices? meaning how much are our cur- rent life choices influenced by the problems and pains that have acured in our past? To answer that important question Turning Point Productions asked ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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HSU Brand February 4 1993 FEATURES 5 College Students Urged To Boycott Colorado By John Williams Staff Writer CPS Although a controver- sial anti-gay rights measure in Colorado is in legal limbo gay and lesbian rights groups are urging people including vaca- tioning college students to stay away from the Rocky Moun- tain state. Amendment 2 ap- proved as a referendum in November's general election has caused a ruckus with hu- man rights groups and well- known personalities who are pushing aboycott against Colo- rado until the measure is re- pealed. Actresssinger Barbra Streisand caused a flap before Christmas by urging fellow Hollywood movers and shak- ers not to go to Aspen to show disapproval of the measure. However ski resorts across the state are saying that business is booming this year with record amounts of snow and tourists in the state. And officials with the Colorado for Family Values the group that supported the measure said they are confident that the mea- sure will be-up...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

6 FEATURES HSU Brand February 4 1993 Non-Traditionals Dream of Attained Goals By Frances Plymale Horizons are explored each day as non-traditional students step through these doors intend- ing to further their education. They not only bring life experi- ences with them but a dream to reach their goals. According to the Office of the Department of Education in Washington D.C. and the Cen- sus Bureau there is presently 836000 students ages 25 or older enrolled in college nationally. It is not unusual to see non- traditonal students on campus their numbers are increasing. The Office of Continuing Edu- cation at Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity estimates that there are 170 non-traditional students ages 25-29 and 376 ages 30 and over presently enrolled on campus this semester. Some students find juggling jobs and raising a family adds to their many roles. It is often hard to catagorize a non-traditional student Many are single par- ents married or just returning to complete their education. I...

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FEATURES 7 Moore Promoted To Director of Admissions HSU Brand February 4 1993 By Steve Zimmer For Laura Moore this week is a new experience in familiar territory as she assumes her new role as Director of Admissions and University Relations. Hav- ing been at HSU for four years Moore comes to this job with a good sense of what the Univer- sity is about and the needs of the campus. Her first position at HSU was as the Alumni Director and Annual Fund Director. Many remember her hours of work involved in the coordination of the Centennial Celebration as Director of University Rela- tions. As Director of University Relations Moore's responsi- bilities covered a vast scope. She was responsible for cam- pus and community oriented events. This featured activities such as the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony and chapel convocation. Moore is also involved with the market- ing of the University through publications and other media. Moore replaces Rene Maciel who left the university to a...

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8 FEATURES February 4 1993 iBHHBHMaHMWMNMMIjailMHIIMaMMMMHHaHMBHVIiaM B . r?Ct"t.-y '' Standing Firm By Jeff Armstrong Before you say "I Do" PREPARE This past weekend as I was flying back from Alabama and I sat next to a guy who was in the Navy Seals. The Navy Seals team is an elite special forces group out of the U.S. Navy. He began to tell me about the rigorous 26- week training program you have to go through to become a Navy Seal and how many people cannot finish the train- ing due to its extreme diffi- culty. He told me that you are trained to become experts in weaponry bombs stealth op- erations and hand-to-hand combat He also said that when your training is over you must Engagement Fever Sweeps HSU Campus By Becky Cleveland HSU Graduate Student Rumor has it that "engage- ment fever" has hit the HSU campus. . . Many of you here on campus are in the middle of planning weddings lining up the photographer the minister ordering the cake and the invi- tations planning the reception ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

He FEATURES 9 Professor Cheats University By Maggie Lehan ' CPS A professor of Judaic studies at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte resigned af- ter it was discovered that he was secretly holding two full-time teaching positions at two differ- ent universities while receiving salaries in the amount of $146400. Tzvee Zahvy a nationaly known Talmud scholar was hired by UNCC last year as a result of a two-year national search to fill the Isaac Swift Dis- tinguished Professorship in Ju- daic .Studies. UNCC was unaware that at the same time the professor was still holding his previous posi- tion at the University of Minne- sota. . At UNCC beginning in Oc- tober Zahavy taught a class titled "Judaism in the Time of Early Christianity" for two hours on Mondays and Wednesdays then would fly back to Minnesota where he taught two of the same classes on Thursdays. The 1000-mile commute allowed Zahavy to pick up the hefty salaries from both univer- sities. He also received an ad- vance o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

10 FEATURES SK. LUNCHEON Members of Alpha Epislon Omega meet to re-establish the organization. The next meeting will be Wednesday February 13. In Moody Rm210atnoon.(Photo by Karen Boss) Boycott Colorado (Continued From P. 6) nization that represents college and university bookstores na- tionwide has scheduled its an- nual meeting in Denver in April. Because of contracts and other financial commitments the as- sociation decided to go ahead with its meeting in Colorado. However NACS directors sent a strongly worded letter to Den- ver Mayor Wellington Webb. "In our opinion this is a step backward in the cause of free- dom and equality for all and a step toward prejudice which already plagues this country" the letter states. It is hard to gauge whether college students are supportive of the boycott and whether they will go to Colorado for spring break. However Stuart Himmelfarb vice president of The Roper College Track a New York-based marketing or- ganization said that students' may ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

FebZTs FEATURES 11 The Stage Is Set For A New Horizon By Steve Zimmer Hardin-Simmons University has many talented individuals among the faculty and staff. One outstanding individual is Dr. James Ivey head of the depart- ment of theatre at HSU. Theson of twoHSU alumni Ivey grew up in a relatively un- structured environment and was not coerced into any particular direction by his parents. He was exposed to a variety of cultural experiences in his youth which included community and civic theatre production s in New York. It was this experience which motivated an interest in theatre. It was during high school when he began to take his interest in theatre seriously. In high school Ivey and his two sisters Judith and Sarah got involved in acting. Acting was something that each of them would ultimately pursue beyond high school. Ivey attended col- lege at the University of Illinois which has a strong reputation for their acting program but gradu- ated from the University of Kan- sas. After...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

12 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT K Foster And Gere In Sommersby Call 672-1288 For Weekend Features & Feature Times Toys (PG-13) 7:15 p.m. & 9:35 p.m. Pure Country (PG) 7:30 p.m. Bram Stoker's Dracula (R) 9:35 p.m. Coming Friday: Hoffa starring Jack Nicholson During The Month Of February 1 Tuesday Night Special Hot Dogs 2 for $2 Warner Bros presents Sommersby a romantic drama starring Richard Gere and Jodie Foster and directed by Jon Amiel. Set in Post- Civil War Sommersby follows a man as he returns home several years after he was presumed dead. He arrives armed with ideas and vigor and soon brings his town back to prosperity and turns his once-bitter marriage into a pas- sionate romance. Despite his many accomplishments suspi- cions arise that Jack Sommersby may not be the man he says he is after all. Sommersby opens this Friday. B bV a R "r B H wH VhT vPi j 3 Wear The Pepper! colors. It's only $15 and the Red Peppers button is only $1.50. Call 670-1405 for more information or c...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

14 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Hot Rod & Zim: Sniper's Way Sniper TriStar Pictures $ynopsis; A Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant and an ambitious4 A uui nicApcncm;cu muonai oecunry council oureaucrarem Dune u u uuimcruus mission causing uic oureaucrai 10 unaergo ai dramatic metamorphosis v. c v xo&& Steve Zimmer: Sniper's Target Is Off Sniper is an action-adventure flick starringTomBerenger and Billy Zane. It is basically standard commando flair with a little less firepower than the Rambo series. This movie focuses in on the struggle of two men one a long-time marine named Tom Beckett (Berenger) and the other a silver medalist marks- man with no jungle training named Richard Miller (Billy Zane). Their mission is to as: sassinate a rebellious general in Panama who plans to stage a coup on election day. As can be expected this film's strengths focus on male characters who have remark- able survival skills and manage to pull off amazing deeds. As the focus is on the snipers there...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

'' ;?! ! hr :1 ' &.- Pi . ' " . &!! ' r . v' . fe " a. ' Sy ' . r'.T'fltr f. -. bJSES ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 15 IriARDIN-SlMMONS UNIVERSITY . School of Music and Department of Theatre PRESENTS lCVIUSilDli irieviuie Book Music and Lyrics by Noel Coward Van Ellis Theatre February 18-21 and February-25-28 1993 .v.v-t.A' ror Heservations uan: bu-i4Ut l"""" I I -! W a iHCMff-' .-J- .'.? v. &JiiS i 'i :-:? '. "Jt" 1 & ; ..;? V r :f- qfb. '; - i." f" ' ' fa. -:-'( A ''-.

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 4 February 1993

HSU Brand February 4 1993 16 SPORTS Press by Chris Box Cafalone While Michael Jackson is doing his halftime show let us take a look at what went on last week in HSU Athletics. The men and women bas- ketball teams are still red hot after they won their weekend games respectively last week at the Mabee Complex. The men beat Panhandle State last Fri- day 79-67. The 'Pokes trailed at halftime by two (37-35) but came out in a blaze and outscored the Aggies 10-2 in the first four minutes of the second half to take command. The Aggies did fight to within two at 45-43 but the Cowboys staged another 10-2 run to put the game away. Leading the way for the 1 8-4 Cowboys was Brian Edwards with 30 points. Anthony Easley added 13 and Jim Nelson with 11. That vic- tory was the Cowboys ninth in a row and are one win away from tieing the school record for most consecutive wins in a season. That record was set in 1 964. To go along with that 1 8- 4 record is a 5-0 record in conference. Defense was the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 February 1993

We're 1 vvcictfx n Adjunct Faculty Profiled I Pno1 1 Page 4 1 Oscar Nominees See page 11 PcvJBFsKfl THE BRAND Hardin-Simmons University Volume 80 Number 16 Abilene Texas February 18 1993 HSU Hit With Car Break-Ins Hardin-Simmons Univer- sity was the site of several car burglaries this week. According to HSU Police Chief Don Dearman the cars were parked in the lot east of Behrens and Lange dormito ries and were damaged some- time around 4 a.m. There were six cars broken into and two other attempts. Four stereos and two vis- ible speakers were missing. The speakers were estimated . " !Ht "&t J B .lih Red Peppers Plus opens Thursday Feb. 18 in the Van Ellis Theatre. See related story on page 12. (Photo by Karen Boss) to be worth $500. HSU police are currently working with Abilene Police Department to check local pawn shops and other sources for the missing items. Dearman feels that the break-ins were committed by semi-professional theives. He believes these types of break- ins are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 February 1993

lwwHnr rtfppip 2 OPINION HSU Brand February 18 1993 Guest Editorial by Amanda Sanders The Lariet sniglet: FOR THE WEEK "The Year of the Woman" that is what they called 1992. (It leads one to won- der what will happen now that the year of the wrmnn is over.) To be honest this a ler feminist call to arms tot usually evoke greats thy from me. They oke thoughts of "womyn" cru- sade to rewrite Engl lan- guageand literature want to adopt children or trtifi- cially inseminated t jcause they "don't need men'; who look down upon full-time mothers as unfulfilled slaves to society; who pursue lucra- tive powerful career and deny traditional femininity to prove a point; who cannot look upon any institution or convention without crying "Sexist!" But recently the women's movement seems to have taken a more constructive di- rection. Developments which have caused people to hail the year of the woman include in- creased awareness and intol- erance of sexual advance. Fewer people expect women confor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 February 1993

HSU Brand February 18 1993 FEATURES 3 V Four-Year Myth: Graduation Takes Longer By John Williams College Press Service The hard realities of rising tuition closed classes and the increasing number of non-traditional studentsattending colleges or universities are changing per- ceptions that most students earn their undergraduate degrees in four years. School officials recognize that because of financial and personal pressures many stu- dents are taking longer to get their degrees not quite making the traditional four-year degree a dinosaur but at least putting it on the endangered species list. In some cases university systems are trying to graduate students in less than four years to make room for new students who are competing for fewer classes. "Many students have to take less courses and have to work . It's not such a bad thing" said John Duff president of Colum- bia College in Chicago. "No- body would raise their eyebrows about going to graduate school to get a doctorate in eigh...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 18 February 1993

4 FEATURES HSU Brand February 18 1993 Gary Brown A Man Of Many Seasons MTMUm Gary Brown Photo by Krlstlna Ohlhausen By Steve Zimmer Photography is not just an art it is a perspective that chal- lenges the eye of the beholder. Gary Brown 40 is a man of many seasons. Currently he is teaching at both HSU and Abilene High School. He main- tains a long listof clients for his freelance work whether it be family portraits or a big wed- ding. He also rises to meet the considerable task of raising a family. He and his wife Melanie have three children and also take care of Willie Nelson the family's long- haired Dachshund. Life in the world of photog- raphy has taken many paths over the years for Gary Brown. Taking photos has always been something that he really en- joyed even at an early age. He remembers taking pictures at a Six Flags amusement park in the early 1960's. He still has negatives from that period some from when he was only 8 years old. Serious photography really began with the ...

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February 18 1993 FE A 1 U JVllIS Non-Traditionals Consider Cost iilllllHiiiiKMHHiB4.IU-jHW 'v HHHHiilllllllllllllllllH B sjmBl 'VKiiF' ' ."VfU IN -oPb ! fc w M H akJlHIHwT a' JMHMBflw l PHv-bIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IIVVaBVaBBM 7k Tv- ! r Xrlv iaffflFaBffflBffflBffflBffflBffflBffflBBBffl "aar aBBBBBBBffJF7 'I JojPBK PWnaMafBaBBBBBBBBBB v jf ygrwrw" " L aWi jWP' .! .ikifc -MMwaaaaaaaanaWaafaafaafaafaafaafaafaafB "DOC" BEAZLEY Dr. W.O. "Bill" Beazley enter- tains students with tales of HSU. (photo by Ashley Featherston) College Says Delayed Rush Successful By College Press Service Lewisburg Pa.- Delaying fraternity and sorority rush until the sophomore year literally saved the Greek system at Bucknell University officials say. The Greek system has been on campus since the mid-19th century but came under fire in recent years. In 1989 the Bucknell faculty voted to rid the campus of Greeks charging that the university academic mission "was obstructed and thwarted by the Greek...

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