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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1999

2 The Rambler March 10, 1999 Campus news at a glance... I Nurse's office hours change Until further notice, the nurses office will be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Anyone who needs to see the nurse between the hours of 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. to 4 p.m should see Peter Phaiah in the Brown-Lupton Center, room 211. DeLotto published Dr. Jeffrey DeLotto, interim dean of science and humanities was recently published in several lit- erary journals, including the Center for Texas Studies anthology Nexu Texns 98, Poetry and Fiction. Spring break work trip Participants in the spring break work trip to Chihuahua City, Mexico will leave on March 13 and return on March 20. While there, the group will construct housing for an elderly, retired minister. Library to offer increased database access During the Spring '99 semester, the library will offer two new databases on a trial basis. The first database, which will become available March 31 via H.W. Wilson, will be called Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1999

The Rambler March 10, 1999 3 in other words... Question: What are your plans for Spring Break? Phil Simms Junior Exercise and sport studies 'Nothing too exciting. I'll spend my time relaxing by the pool." eisa Flores Junior Biology "I'm going to Houston and coming back and working." Sara Castro Freshman Undecided m going to go skiing in New Mexico." Kari Koi b Freshman Marketing "I'm going to go skiing in Breckenridge." Mark Boiian Junior Business management 'I'm going to Washington D.C." Casey Weil Freshman Biology "I have to stay here. I'm not going anywhere." All photos by Ion NtcKensle The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Jake 8 Schrum, Publisher ' Dr. Sfarian Haber. Advisti Awtin ftiiftrngui, editor in chief 'uhe Kin*, mmaxin# editor Jon McKennei>hoto A entertainment editor Jtv, ,,, J , t. McittK-t (Ivllhv r< 1 rtier* to I he ctlilo <ubrtt4*win* m«M haw «: | anoinmiiv ill be (fiintev t ' While «v«ry cuttsKk \jkhcv ' The cvhhf\ ityte.. LMkn t.v the ctlitsM ivwts (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1999

4 The Rambler March 10, 1999 The pen is mightier than the sword Wesleyan students participate in a pen pal program with local middle school Donna Haney Staff writer Remember how it felt to open the mailbox when you were a little kid and discover there was a letter with your name on it? Remember how special that made you feel? Wesleyan students have the chance to pass that feeling along by participating in a pen pal program with William James Middle School. The program, which is in its second semester, was instituted by William James principal, Dr. Carolyn Yusef, as a fun way to improve the writing skills of the seventh and eighth grade students. Volunteer Program coordinator Angie Foster said, "Last semester, under the 'Adopt-a-School' pro- gram, we wrote letters to 365 William James students. It actually became a joint venture between Wesleyan and Southwestern Bell because we had so many children to write to." Volunteers came from the Wesleyan women's basketball team and several cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 10 March 1999

The Rambler March 10, 1999 5 Doyle scores over 1,000 points at Wesleyan in four years Rhonda Freeman Sports editor Most little girls love playing with Barbies,.doll houses and dress up. Some have dreams of becoming Miss America or modeling. Not Jennifer Doyle. Doyle, or "JD" as her friends call her, is a senior forward on the Texas Wesleyan basketball team. When she was little her dreams were to learn how to play basketball arid that is exactly what she did. "1 started playing when I was in second grade because my sister played in city league and I playetl with them," she said. When JD reached fifth grade she had the opportunity to practice with the eighth graders. "1 shot around with them when I was in the fourth grade and my sister was in the sev- enth. When I reached the fifth th'ey let me practice with them. From that moment on 1 was hooked," she said. JD went on to play AAU and city league. During her sophomore year she was chosen to be on the var- sity team at Coppers Cove Hig...

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

6 The Rambler March 10, 1999 I Dual exhibitions explore different art forms Tkkisha Slac k Staff writer Two Wesleyan art exhibitions deserve notable mention this month. The first is called Contemporary Views- Three Northern Ceramic Artists. The other is The Children's Exhibition. I The Children's Exhibition features art from the chil- dren of faculty and staff members. According to Kit Hall, chairman of the art department, approximately 20 children are repre- sented by more than 50 works of art. Some of the featured drawings belong to Amy and Allison Miller, daughters of Chaplain Jeff Miller, and Leland, grandson of secu- rity officer Jim Anderson. The exhibition will also feature the childhood work of some former students of Wesleyan, including Hall's daughter who has received a master's degree and is also the mother of an 18-month-old whose work is featured in the exhibit. The Children's Exhibition can be viewed in the C. E. Hyde Student Gallery, located in the Sone Fine Arts- Bui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 1999

see 7 E X A S W E S L E Y A N U N I V E R S 1 r Y Rumbler The students' voice since 1917 April 1, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, Nof6)Cj Professor killed Gisela Fields victim of off-campus death trap Kaiser Schmiser © Emperor fur life A chunk of deadly ceiling tile claimed ihe life of adjunct professor of language Gisela Fields in her modular building office over Spring Break. Fields, who taught French, German and Spanish, was apparently working overtime during the break doing c a t c h - u p work for her ten classes. " S h e looked o v e r worked, f r a z z 1 e d these past few m o n t h s," said dis- tressed fel- low adjunct' communi- cation pro- lessor Gisela Hakim Hakaluji through an interpreter. "She was • an absolutely fantastic human being," sobbed Dr. Bruce McDonald. "Her smile and joyful person- ality will forever be an inspi- ration to me." "Who the $*©#!%■ is Gisela Fields?" said Thom Legweak, Vice President of Administrative Advancement. The incident has caused concern ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 1999

Campus news at a glance... Martin conscripted by the Pentagon . Vice President of Finance Steve Martin has left Wesleyan for a lucrative and prestigious appoint- ment as head of the Pentagon's financial affairs committee. A Pentagon official said Martin was an important national asset because of his ability to create brilliant financial strategies to solve massive bud- get problems, as evidenced here at Wesleyan. "Martin single-handedly solved our budget problems. His skills are so beyond us and we hate to lose him/' said university president Dr. Jake B. Schrum. Saving Private'Hall Dr. John Hall, professor of psychology and psychology chair, was apprehended March 2V in con- nection with draft evasion. According to'USMC sergeant Vincent Carter, Hall is obligated to serve for 7 years. "He'll serve just as he would have. He will be given no special treatment with the exception of the uncommonly cruel hazing all other recruits will be required to exercise when dealing with Hall,' Carter...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 1999

ie Rumbler March 3 1,1099 Baring it all A day in the life of a PETA model Mk My position You may have seen her in the recent ad in The Rambler from the animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. >ln fact, you may have seen more of her than you wanted to. But have you ever wondered what model Candy Cain does when she's not in front of a camera lens? Cain said she enjoys long walks along her private beach in C o r p u s Chrisli, and listens to sad c o u n t' r y songs when- ever she gets the chance.. But her main hobby is caring for a n i in a I s , e s p e c i a 11 y her miniature poodle Fifi. "I love play- ing I'risbee with Fifi. Fili is my whole life. She's the main reason why 1 signed up-to do the PETA ad," said Cain. Cain, who has done photo shoots for Greenpeace and the ASPCA, said she is proudest of her appearance in PETA's "Turn your back on fur" ad campaign. Photo courtesy of Dreamworks Records PETA model Candy Cain enjoys long walks on the beach, cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 1999

The Humbler March 31.1999 5 I t re le In }l ' I- What the @#$%? Soccer player ascends to heavens during game I V ®wr PhoUs by Nikkkfci ppy rrprtxhtcnoo i|ualny) Kkvin Mulder Cons piracy theorist li was truly an uplifting experience. There is no other way to describe the way Nicolas Costa floated to the clouds during Wesleyan's final intramural soc- cer match of the season. The all-conference forward was preparing to set a goal in the last half of the game when he stopped moving and got a "freaky" look in his eyes. Players in Costa's immediate vicinity later said he must have been in a trance. Before anyone knew what was happening, the still-frozen Costa lifted Off the ground and drifted upwards, bathed in a golden light. Witnesses remain skeptical about the circum- stances surrounding Costa's ascension and hesitate to label the event a miracle. "It certainly was an anomaly, but let's not jump to conclusions," said physics chair Dr. Bobby Deaton, who tried to capture the act on video...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 1 April 1999

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

T E X A S W E S L E Y A N (J N t V E. R S I 7 > Rambler The students' voice since 1917 April 21, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. MX Freshly hired R.N. plans changes in medical services Hka'i her L. Cannon Special to The Rambler After Kevin Scully's resigna- tion in January and three months without a nurse on campus, Kim Sullivan, R.N. assumed the duties as director of health and'wellness ser- vices on March 29. She says she is excited to he here and has many ideas to make the nurses of fice more,accessible to stu- dents. "I want the students to know I am here whenever they may need me," Sullivan said. The nurse's office offers first aid, immunizations and referrals to the students. She wants to start tuberculosis testing and offer tetanus shots to the students and stall. When asked 'about the proposed health insurance plan for the stu- dents, Sullivan said it was one of the things discussed in her interview. "[The health insurance plan is] in the works, but hasn't been finali...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

Campus news at a glance... Fort Worth television conference seeks volunteers The International Public Television Screening Conference, which will be held in Fort Worth April 25-30 seeks volunteers to assist at the registration table, screening rooms and will aid international visi- tors. Though the conference is not open to the public, volunteers will receive a front row seat and the opportunity to meet 1,000 television programmers, producers and directors from more than 50 countries around the world. Interested parties may contact Cece Thompson and the Fort Worth International Center at 212- 2667 or Laura Castillo in the Provost's Office at ext. 4405 for more information. Students' art exhibit The Bachelor of Arts Qualifying Exhibition, which is designed to satisfy degree requirements for art majors, will take place in the C.E. Hyde Gallery of the Law Sone Fine Arts Center through May 6. The exhibit will feature the work of two students. Kristin Conn's work, entitled A Need for Her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

The Rambler April 21, 1999 3 ♦ in other words... Question: What did you think of The Rumbler? Jennifer Sevrens Junior Psychology 4The Rumbler had an interesting sense of humor." I.* mmaxsM Scott Meneely Freshman Undecided "It was better than the usual joke issue." Sara Beth Moore Junior Psychology 'It rocked my world, especially the boy in the dress.". Jesse Cossens Senior Biology/Computer Science "I liked that you used color. I wish you had a bigger budget so the paper could be color all the time." Holly Edwards Junior Psychology "Are they hiring at the Ramshackle Learning Center? I'll just leave my resume with Jake Schramm Dr. Charles "Chip" Dickens Professor of Psychology "I thought it was actually very good. It was humorous in that it exaggerated some of the issues around campus." All photos try Jon MefCenzk The Rambler Founded in 1917 as The Handout Jake H. bhtum. Publisher Dr. Marian Haher, Athiser Jamfs tfaffenfiui. editor i/i >.-hief Julie Kottf, managing e%ldor Jt<n \...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

le Hammer April Employment dJSSmja For You To Here Are Some •Ablest Staffing •Account Proi •ACPS •Aiftouch , •American Eagle •American Express Rnandal •AmerlQedlt •Am efl Serve •AMS •AVON •Bankston/Hlllard/ Bledsoe •Braums •Burger King •Capitol Hnaclal •Capitol One ♦Cartton Staffing ' •Cendant •Centre tor Neuro Skills •Chase Bank of Texas •Comdata Inc •Dixie •Driving Force, Inc •ETS Services •Flnt Castv Inc •Rrit Word Staffing •Foley's •eoldsmltti's, Inc •Orantte Construction •Green's Staffing •Harris Methodist/ Presbyterian Texas Health Resources •Help Wantect Inc •Hertz •Houston Police Dept. (Recruiting Division) •Inland Paper •International Schools •Lakewood Staffing •Lanop •Laurel Land •link Staffing •IS6 Sky Cheft •Manpower •Marriott Employment Centers •MonWronlcs •Network Multltomlly Corp. •North Texas Job Corp •Office Specialists •Park Qtles Cleaning •PiimeCo •Pro Drivers •Pro Staff •Race Trac •Ramada Inn Market Center •Regal Temporaries •RPS •Save*A*Lot •Sllverleaf •Snelllng...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

The Rambler April 21, 1999 5 I! new women's head basketball coach Rhonda Freeman Sports editor Robin Potera has replaced for- mer head coach Vicki Nelms as women's head basketball coach. Potera is the former coach at Division III Austin College in Sherman, Texas. She coached live years and had a successful career with a record of 85-47, a 64 percent win record. "I am extremely excited about the challenge and opportunity of building a winning tradition at Texas Wesleyan," Potera said. "We expect to raise the level of competition to a standard of excellence." In 1997 and 1998 Potera led Austin College in winning the American Southwest Conference title and also achieved their first con- ference championship in history. In her last season at Austin College, her record was 9-1 and she was chosen as the American Southwest Conference East Division Coach, of the Year. She also took Austin College to the 16th round of two different national championship tournaments. In her last season at Aus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 21 April 1999

6 The Rambler April 21, 1999 At the movies... Movies from the month of April yii -. L'/jTj The Rambler hasn't published a serious issue since March 24. In the month that we've been gone a number of movies have opened. Here's a few that we feel you should go see, or avoid at all costs: (JQ Kt-vir-Wf-p HV M*1THEW SMITH Not since the 80"s heyday of John Hughes have teenage films been so popular. Then as now, high school comedies seem to arrive weekly. A few are great, others all right, many awful.. Go is the new film by Doug Lirnan, the man responsible for last year's excellent Swingers. Unfortunately, Go falls victim to the dreaded sopho- more jinx syndrome. Go aspires to be a.Gen X Pulp Fiction but doesn't quite get there. The dramatic buildups are tense and harrowing. There are no pay- offs, however. And for all the trouble these kids walk into they escape largely^inscathed. Go also pretends to explore and employ the rave music scene, but a few rave party dance scenes aside, Never B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 April 1999

see page 8 see page 6 see page 5 TEXAS W E S L t: Y A N University Rambler The students' voice since 1917 April 28, 1999 Fort Worth. Texas Vol. 82, No.^fp, News Briefs... On-campus mammography screening When: mately Where: Bookstore Who: Cost: Thursday, May 6 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Each appointment takes approxi-- 15 minutes. Parking lot north of Campus Open to all Wesleyan students, facul- and staff. $93 Attendants will file insurance claims for young including Medicare, Medicaid, and HMO. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Restrictions: Must he over the age of 35, or have written physician's consent. Must not be pregnant. Must not have breast implants. Vehicle etching program A vehicle etching program, sponsored by the Fort Worth Police Department, will take place April 28 from 9 a.m. to I p.m. in the administration building parking lot. The process costs nothing, may help police identify your vehicle if it is stolen and may qualify you for an insurance rate discount beca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 April 1999

lor April Softball head coach resigns James Pfaffengut Editor in chief Wesleyan.'s head softball coach Carol Pierce resigned her position April 21. - Pierce's resig- nation comes before the official end of the softball season. Although she -has resigned her coaching position, Pierce remains active in her administrative duties. Pierce said, "My four years at Wesleyan have been a great experi- ence. During this season it has no longer been a positive situation. Alter much introspection, 1 have Carol Pierce come to the realization that it is in the best interest for the team, the university and myself that I resign my coaching duties effective imme- diately. 1 wish the team and the university all the best." According to a number of play- ers from the softball team, Pierce's resignation before the season's end was not a shock. A player who declined to be identified said, "Her resignation really did not come as a surprise to us. We were kind of expecting it, so I am not really upset abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 28 April 1999

The Rambler April 28, 1999 3 Dav/datp of exam Sat., May 1 Sun., May 2 Wed., May 5 Thurs., May 6 Fri., May 7 Mon., May 10 Tues., May 11 Class period Track B & C Track B & C 4:30 Wed 6:00 Wed 7:00 Wed 9:25 Tues/Thurs 11:50 Tlies/Thurs 1:30 Tiies/Thurs 4:30 Thurs 6:00 Thurs 7:00 Thurs 9:00 Mon/Wed/Fri 12:00 Mon/Wed/Fri 1:30 Mon/Wed 3:00 T\ies/Thurs 8:00 Mon/Wed/Fri 11:00 MonAVed/Fri 4:30 Mon 6:00 Mon 7:00 Mon 8:00 Tues/Thurs 10:00 MonAVed/Fri 3:00 Mon/Wed 4:30 Tues 6:00 T\ies 7:00 Tites Hour of exam Class Period Class Period 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. • 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Chemistry granted $230K in 1998-99 Julie Kim; Managing editpr With the support of department chair Dr. Ricardo Rodriguez and help from assistant professor Dr. Katherine Prater, ihe chemistry department has won $230,...

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