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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 February 1999

6 The Rambler February 10, 1999 0 Looking for love? Rent these videos Tekisha Slack Staff writer Looking for romance in all the wrong places? Well, love is only a few blocks away. Your neigh- borhood video store has hundreds of titles to warm your heart this Valentine's Day. 1. TITANIC-. Leonardo OiCaprio and Kate Winslet find romance on a doomed luxury liner and fog up some windows in the process. % HOPE FLOATS Sandra Bullock proves that you can go home again, finding love with an old high school friend (Harry Con nick. Jr.). Bullock needs someone to love after her hus- band and best friend tell her on a talk show that they have been having an affair. 3. CITY OF ANGELS-Nicholas Cage is an angel who takes a glow to a surgeon Meg Ryan. This movie is a little dark Photo courtesy of the Kimhell Art Museum Pablo Picasso's Woman with Yellow Hair is among many works displayed at the Kimbell Art Museum exhibit Matisse and Picasso: A Gentle Rivalry. Exhibit paints picture of artists' rivalr...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

see page see page 2 Texas W e s l e y a n U n j v e r si t y Rsmblcr The students' voice since 1917 February 17. 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82. No. 4 Student Government Association President evaluated, censured by Student Hearing Board 1)1 sun Focklek News editor Wesleyan Student Government Association President Brent Morton stood before the Student Hearing Board Feb. 8 in connection with'u Dec. 5 SGA party at which he* reportedly con- sumed alcohol aquired with false identification, Morton said. Consumption of alcohol by a minor and using false identification to aquire it at SGA func- tions is an indirect viola- „ tion of the SGA constitu- tion and by laws, and a direct violation of the Wesleyan alcohol policy. As a consequence of violat- Brent Morton ing' university policy. 20-year old Morton Would have been put on dis- ciplinary probation • According to the SGA by laws, "Elected officials and representa-' lives of the SGA,..must not be on disciplinary probation." "Basically, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

I ml i H||: Campus news at a glance... Mitchell -Reed Lecture Schedule Thursday, Feb. 18 - Alan E. Fendley, University of Northumbria, "The European Union Wednesday, March 3 - Christy and Brian Matlock, "Significant Tax Law Changes Affecting individuals for the 1999 Filing Season." Wednesday, March 10 - Rose Johnson, "Diminishing Returns in the Economy of Female Sacrifice." Wednesday, March 24 - Marilyn Pugh, "The Bell Curve: The Concept and the Controversy" Tuesday, March 3(1 - Russell Watkins, "Russell Watkins Meets Jack Frost: A Frozen Look at \\ intertime Macro Photography" Thursday, April 15 - Billie Kara, "What It is, What it isn't: Facts, Fictions. Fantasies and the Wesleyan Collegiate Institute" Wednesday, April 28 - Judy Aycock Simpson, "Laura Hoge Woods: Heroine of the Hill Country Black History Month Events Thursday, Feb. 18 - Soul Food Sale, Brown-Lupton Quadrangle Room. 10:50-11:50 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 - Jubilee Theatre presents a slave ship play entitled "Spirit of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

The Rambler February 17, 1999 3 in other words... Question: What do you think the Senate's vote will be regarding Clinton? Question asked before the announcement of verdict Chkis Pate Junior Finance "I don't think they'll remove him from office, but 1 think he desefves it." Brkndon Weaver Senior Accounting "He'll be acquitted for sure.'.' Christy Matlock Junior Accounting "1 think he'll still be president." Slielli Gaston Sophomore Mass Communication "I don't think they're going to go through with it." Ashley McCambell Freshman Education 'I don't think they'll do what they should do next." Byron Cox Sophomore Biology "I believe the Senate will vote to remove him from office despite his ability to deal with the economy." ■ All photos by Jon McKenzie The Rambler Founded in 191? us The Handout AiAc 8 Si hrum. Publisher Pr. Marian Haher Adviser James PfiiffenftHt. editor tn chief J*Kbif. ■ tmm$in$ edihtr Jtm \fcKrn:te. photo A tens editor fffmiut ("hekktlk news editor KeUi htrttr. cptni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

Future Wesleyan students to play during Religious Life Week ' ■ Photo by Phillip Hull Flatted Third guitarist Mike Taylor plays his guitar for prac- tice. The band will play in the SUB during free period Feb. IX and again at 7 p.m. in the SUB during Religious Lite Week. Laurie Ki&ner Staff writer pour guys, a girl and a band. It kind of sounds like one of those cheesy ABC television shows, but in reality they are the components that make up the Christian alternative group Flatted Third. Lead vocalist Alex Vorse and bass player Andrew Sheffler plan to attend Wesleyan next tall as music majors and both will receive schol arships, "It is a challenge to be a Christian,".Vorse said. "I wanted to go some place where I could have the opportunity to change and affect other's lives." All the members of the band are high school seniors. Vorse, Sheffler, guitar player Mike Taylor, and llute player, percussionist and lone woman Lindsey Hampton attend Kennedale High School. Drummer Aaron Nai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

The JRambler February 17, 1999 5 I- E; K m s Wesley an tennis competes in annual Collin County Tournament Elisha Stanton Advertising manager Texas Wesleyan men's and women's tennis teams traveled to Flano Feb. 13-14 to play the annu- al Collin County Tournament. The'Wesleyan men's team was depleted by illness, losing, Kevin Franzer and Eduardo Caldes; thus the men lost two doubles teams.. However, all the members of the women's team were able to partici- pate, Texas Wesleyan men's doubles team proved to be the highlight of the tournament with senior Asa Morse and freshman partner Austin Haden combining to produce win- ning form in the consolation draw of Flight 2. Morse and Haden proved too strong for their opposi- tion in the final, winning in. a tiebreaker. The doubles combination of junior Diego Benitez and sopho- more Josh Vickrey was victorious in their consolation draw of Right I, Vickrey and Benitez joined forces to win the final in a tiebreak- er, mimicking Morse and Haden's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 17 February 1999

6 The Rambler February 17, 1999 Art exhibit shows unbridgeable gaps with paper Cynthia Messersmith Stuff writer The Wesleyan art department has brought a fascinating new artist and exhibit called Paper House, an installation by Kathy Lovas to the Fust room of the West library This exhibition is com- pletely different from what most of us are used to. This installation; as the artist calls it,' |jjjg| will run throughout February. Lovas received her bachelor's of science in biology from St Mary's College and a master's of fine arts in photography at Texas Woman's University. This installation has pictures from her father's side of the family. She said this was "the'first time 1 have ever done anything with their pictures." Lovas uses paper to outline the house as a representation of her grand- father's job in the paper mill factories. The wool sheets under the pho- tographs are the same type used to press the paper being produced in the paper mills. The artist says her work is about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

see page Texas W e s l e y a n U n i v e r s i r y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 February 24, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 5 Wesleyan 2001 challenges ahead for administration Faculty salaries, diversity, enrollment still major concerns Marla Montgomery Staff writer Salary issues remain first and foremost among faculty, concerns Dr. Torn Armstrong, provost and senior vice president, told art assembly of approximately 50 facul- ty members on Feb. 11. Armstrong described the plan- ning document Wesleyan 2001 as an ongoing and "overriding blueprint of the university's plans." Texas Wesleyan adopted the Wesleyan 2001 plan in November 1996 after input from faculty, senior staff and trustees. Wesleyan 2001 defines 13 broad goals and 69 objectives which include maintaining an efficient, attractive and safe educational cam- pus, maintaining revenues including contingency funds through prudent fiscal management and a high level of endowment resources and pro- vide students wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

Campus news at a glance... Mitchell -Reed Lecture Schedule The schedule for the Spring 1999 Mitchell-Reed Lectures has been announced. The lectures are given at noon in Dora East by faculty, staff, students and visitors. For more information or to volunteer to speak call Dr. Margaret Patoski at ext. 4920 or Dr. Dene Scoggins at ext. 4919. Wednesday, March 3 - Christy and Brian Matlock, "Significant Tax Law Changes-Affecting Individuals for the 1999 Filing Season." Wednesday, March 10 - Rose Johnson, "Diminishing Returns in the Economy of Female Sacrifice.' Wednesday, March 24 - Marilyn Pugh, "The Bell Curve: The Concept and the Controversy." Itasday, March 30 - Russell Watkins, "Russell Watkinsi Meets Jack Frost: A Frozen, Look at Wintertime Macro Photography." Thursday, April 15 - Billie Hara, "What It is, What it isn't: Facts, Fictions, Fantasies and the Wesleyan Collegiate Institute." Wednesday, April 28 - Judy Aycock Simpson, "Laura Hoge Woods: Heroine of the Hill Country." Men'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

The Rambler February 24, 1999 3 ? Its Id pc it le y in other words... Question: What do you think about Wesleyan bringing back the Rani's Horn Yearbook? Bryan Reacan Junior Sports Management "I think its a very positive thing. It would be something we could look back on in the future." Anthony Doyles Senior Psychology "I think it would be cool, but it won't affect me since I'll be gone by then." Amber Young Freshman Business Management / Music "I think there are a lot of friend- ships formed, and that's a nice, idea. If you want it you can pay for it." Andrea Smith Senior Elementary Education No. I wouldn't buy one.' Tracy Kossler Freshman Undecided 'I think they should have a year- book so I can remember my friends." Todd Miller Senior Advertising/Public Relations "Yeah, why not. If you're graduating it would be something good for memories." All photos by Jon MjKen/.te The Rambler Founded in IVI 7 as Tht: Handout tyke H Schrum.FuNidier Dr. Morion Hober. Adviser James ftottfnput. ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

4 The Rambler February 24, 999 of the beautiful weather 'jgg— Hatted Third bassist, Andrew Sheffler, jams with lead singer Alex Vorse during a concert in front of the library February 18. The weather was unseasonably warm making the perfect day for an outdoor concert. Gilchrist sees 'true colors' at Wesleyan New professor improves school photography lab nlkl SlMlC Staff writer ' Holly Gilchrist, the new photography teacher ut Wesleyan, enjoys teaching introduction to photogra-. phy, advanced photography and printmaking. Her first goal, however, is to improve the photo lab. Gilchrist comes from Boise Stale University, which has a high income lab. "Everything a photo stu- dent could need was provided," she said. When Gilchrist saw Wesleyan's lab in the base- ment of the library, she was taken aback. Getting it up to par was going to be a challenge, she said. "At first, 1 was discouraged," she said, "but 1 started to get a new light." Gilchrist cleaned- the lab from top to bottom, rear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

The Rambler February 24, 1999 5 Women's basketball ends season with victory over Concordia University Kkrri Clark Staff writer The women's basketball team blew away Concordia University, Feb. 20 with a score' of 79-52. This was the second time to beat Concordia and the women's last game of the season. .Despite all the adversity, Wesleyan women basketball players ended their season on a good note with a victory. Not only was it the last game for the season and the last game for the seniors but it was also the last game played under Byron Carter. The women are anticipating a new head coach to be selected soon. The live Wesleyan seniors gave the Rams a early lead allowing the other players lo come in and continue the devas- tation of the Concordia players. As the first half dwindled the Ranis gave it their all with a ' halftime score of 43-18. The second half the Rams maintained their lead, finishing up their sea- son with a 27 point win. ''We were pumped for this game because we knew ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 24 February 1999

6 The Rambler February 24, 1999 7~\ October Sky launches Heart-warming movie blasts off to great applause JASA-I.YN Hili. Life editor Ignition., and countdown for 4, 3, 2. I and we hare a lift off. October Sky, based on a true story of how a sci- ence project changed the live's of three young men in the 1950s, came shooting into theaters Feb. 19. October Sky is truly remarkable story is about a young man. Homer Hickam, w ho i •. from a coal mining town. His father and grandfather are both coal miners, have hopes that one day Homer will be a coal miner. However, Homer has other dreams and ambitions . Homer, two of his closest friends and a high school geek work to make a rocket fly through. They make a house fence explode in the experiment by launching a larger rocket nearly 2 miles in the air. Eventually the experiment did go to the national science fair with the help' of the boys' teacher, Ms. Riley and the town. The objections lie only with Homer's father who provides an inspir- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

Texas W e s l e y a n U n i v t: r s i r y Rambler The students' voice since 1917 March 3, 1999. Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No; 6 $500 annual tuition increase may begin Summer '99 Block, part-time costs raised to fund various projects Dustin Fockler News editor The administration anticipates an undergraduate tuition increase of $500 annually for full-time students, or $15 a credit hour for pari time students beginning summer 1999, according to Dr. Jake Schrum, uni- versity president. Schrum said the increase will "maintain a balance between the meeting expenses of operating a pri- vate university and/or support investment in costs to provide a pri- vate education in 2000." Dr. Thomas Armstrong, provost and senior vice president, said the Wesley an 2001 planning strategy has a lot to do with the proposed increase. "Wesleyan 2001 outlined a number of things we are trying to enact. However, in order to do this, we have to generate money. There is a direct connection between We.sleyan 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

Racial Ethnic Minority Fellowship UMCom is,offering a fully-funded communications fellowship. The fellowship is to be awarded to a recent or spring 1999 graduate of a college or university, a United Methtxlist of racial ethnic minority heritage, one who has interest in pursuing communications or communications ministry as a career, should have educational or back- ground in communications, and must be able to begin work for one year, beginning July 1, 1999 in a United Methodist communication office selected by UMCom. One person will be chosen for the year (July 1,1999 t June. 30,2000) and will be placed in a United Methodist communication office somewhere in the United States. UMCom pays the recipient $30,000 for the year's salary, plus benefits, travel and moving expenses. If there are any questions or to apply by the March 29 deadline contact the Conference Resourcing Team of United Methodist Communications. 1-888-278-4862. State of Texas to Honor Wesieyan Women Wesleyan's women l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

The Rambler March 3, 1999 3 in other words... Question: What advice would you give to incoming freshmen? Kristy Bailey o Senior International Business 'Study hard but have fun.' Walton McDuff Junior Music "Really try to get to know your professors and your fellow students." Kimberly Richardson Sophomore Early Childhood Education "Be more involved on eampus' and find out more about what's going on." Asma Bakr Freshman Business Economics "Be prepared for the worst. It's not that bad." Manny Guerrero Junior Music 'Definitely get to know people. If you don't have any friends here, don't be shy, go for it. College is all about change." Ray Turner Junior Music "Take care of business. - Remember what you're here for.' All phoios by Jon Vk-Kcneie The Rambler Founded in 1917 ax The Handout . ■ ' ' .-I ' ' ' ' Jake B. Sehrwn, Publisher Or. Mttrian Haber. Adviser James PfqjffenguL editor in chief Julie -Kmg, managing editor, Jtw MeKenzie. photo & new editor Puyti'i Tinkler. te' < edaor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

4 The Rambler March 3, 1999 Pet lover makes the rounds at Wesleyan Local woman and pets get to know students Amber Lee Causey Entertainment editor You don't have to work or go to school at Wesleyan to be known around campus. Wesleyan, which is in the mid- dle of Polytechnic Heights, has many neighbors. Among our many.neigh- bors, is a woman who walks her pets around campus riearly every day. Her name is Bernie Munro. Students, faculty and staff may not know her name, but they may know her face. Students may especially know her dogs and parrot she brings on her daily walks around campus. "Students all know me. They are all nice to me. When I do not have Susie with me, they all ask where my dog is," Munro said. Because Munro's doctor recommended it, she tries to walk everyday, sometimes two to three times, said fvlunro. Munro has four dogs and three birds. Munro's dogs are Susie, a two-year-old half dachshund and half chihuahua; Sugar, a five-year-old mix; Blackie, a four-month-old ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

The Rambler March 3, 1999 5 ave lb, |ted at id- or iy- Ibe Iral tve Ithe I ' Men and women's tennis demolish Concordia Elisha {Stanton Ad Manager On Febraury 27 Texas Wesleyan men's tennis team battled Cameron University at home. With a large group of Wesleyan supporters, the Rams started strongly in the doubles with Asa Morse and Austin Haden defeating their Cameron opponents 9-7. Cameron fought back to win the one'and two position doubles, taking Cameron to a 2-1 lead in the match. Senior; Dee Chhabra leveled the match by defeating Cameron's Josh Horn 7-5, 6-0. Diego Benitez followed Chhabra's lead, defeating his opponent easily, 6-3, 6-3. However, Cameron managed to topple the Rams in.the next four singles matches, taking the lie in a final score of 6 matches to 3. Texas Wesleyan tennis had greater success when the men's and women's teams traveled to Austin on Sunday, Feb. 28 to play Concordia University. The Wesleyan women's team put together a winning combination in the doubles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 3 March 1999

6 The Rambler March 3, 1999 Closing out Black History Month Photos,by Niki Simic Junior Desmond Hemphill (above) pulls a member of the audience on stage at the Black Soul talent show held on Thur. Feb. 25 in the Sub. Freshman Tommy Colbert (right) plays his saxophone. Dosage is just what the doctor ordered James Pfaffengut Editor in c hief With their eighth number one single, "Heavy" at the top ot" the charts and "Run," from the Varsity Blues soundtrack following closely behind, and record release-week sales, Collective Soul's fourth album, Dosage is a force to be reck- oned with. But is it any good? Thankfully, yes. While some of the trap- pings of D<?.sY/£^r-drum loops and popier stylings-are differ- ent than on previous albums, (he underlying guitar-rock soul is the same. Collective Soul's Smashing Pumpkins influence is more apparent on Dosage than before. I'm hearing a hint Of Counting Crows and per- haps Elton John in there. There is also a slight nod to commercial pop-rock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1999

W E E Y A U N I V E R / . T Y MAR 1 0 1999 JBRARY Rambler The students' voice since 1917 March 10, 1999 Fort Wonh, Texas Vol. 82, No. 7 Full Texas Supreme Court visits law school Wesleyan receives educational support from recent statute ScottHuber Stuff writer The Wesleyan Law „ School hosted the full Texas Supreme Court on March 4. They held their regular session, hearing oral arguments on two cases. The Court heard argu- ments on, the SMU Law School campus in Dallas on March 3. Traditionally, the Texas Supreme Court has been limited by state statute to holding all sessions in Austin. However, the state legisla- ture recently made a change, allow- ing the Court to move around the state and expose more Texans to the Court functions. "For over 100 years, the court has not sat outside of Austin," said Law* School Vice Dean Richard Gershon. "The first time they did was at Baylor last year." Gershon noted that in the mid to late 1800s, the Texas Supreme Court routinely sat in different ...

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