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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 1999

4 The Rambler September 22, 1999 j —__ Man of the cloth, man of the law University chaplain enters law school Matthew Smith WiWWRifER Joining the first-year students at Texas Wesleyan School of Law this fall is university chaplain, Jeff Miller. Miller, who has been at Wesleyan since 1992, attends night classes on a part time basis. When asked why he chose to go to law school, Miller said, "A friend said I had grown arrogant and needed an experience to make me humble." More seri- ously, Miller said he had considered law school for a while since the law and the academic challenge intrigued him. Miller said he considered the major time commit-.- ment law school requires and the fact that Ik- had been 1 WTSem out of school since graduating Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in 1992. In the end, however, Miller decided that he "was going to get older with or without a law degree." Miller said he "didn't want to sit around at 75 thinking [he] should have tried law...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 1999

The Rambler September 22, 1999 5 i Golf team seventh in tournament, two players rank in division top 20 MWi Em (J) Rhonda Freeman SPOUTS EDITOR The men's golf team placed seventh in the Falcon-Cross Creek Invitational, hosted by the Air Force Academy, Sept. 17-19. The men played on the Eisenhower- Blue Course in Colorado Springs, Colo. 'This was one of the toughest courses we've played on in a while. Some of the players had not even seen the course before but they played extremely well," said assis- tant coach Kevin Millikan. Texas • Wesleyan, Grand Canyon University and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were the only Division II teams invited t<\the tournament. The rest of the teams were in Division I. The top five teams were University of Notre Dame, University of Wyoming, University of Grand Canyon, University of New Mexico State and University of Michigan. Texas Wesleyan finished 20 shots over Notre Dame (the number one team) with a score of 888. In the first and sec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 22 September 1999

6 The Rambler September 22, 1999 Expensive but tasty Quizno's opens on campus Jon McKenzik ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Quizno's is the new kid on campus and it's quickly making a good reputation for itself. The Quizno's on caiftpus is the 29th in the DFW area and one of more than 600 franchises in Quizno's Classic Subs Is the newest eatery on campus. They feature a variety of subs, soups, drinks and desserts in the Brown Lupton Campus Center. Quizno's Classic Subs Brown-Lupton Campus Center Hours: M-F: 10:30 - 6 p.m. Sat : 10 - 3:30 p.m. the nation. The food at Quizno's is a notch above the typical fast food eatery. Unlike other stores, Quizno's prepares its meat fresh everyday and provides patrons with a variety of fresh vegetables, dressings and toppings to complement their selection. When I went to our Quizno's on Sept. 16 (the clay after it opened), I noticed the sand- wich assembly line seemed to flow very smoothly for such a new business. The only kink in the system was that the cred...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

— — — f qj I • v.' i i 1 he Rambler The students' voice since 1917 September 29, 1999 Fort Worth. Texas Vol. 82, No. 15 Business Hail of Fame Texas Representative Ray Granger will be honored as Outstanding Business Executive of 1999 at the 30th annual Business Hall of Fame dinner Oct. 7 at the Fort Worth Club. The reception will begin at 6 p.m., tickets are $250, attire is black tie. Call 531- 4415 for tickets and information. New graduation site The fall graduation convoca- tion has been relocated to the JFK Theatre at Tarrant County Convention Center. It will take place Friday, Dec. 17, at 7 p.m. Joe Scruggs concert Children's entertainer Joe Scruggs will return to Wesleyan to present a concert oh Thursday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Law Sone Fine Arts Center. General admission tickets are $5. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Spring Break Work Trip. Call the chaplain's office at ext. 4461 for more ticket information. Disability accommodations The cut-off date for stude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

Education professor makes mind-boggling commute Cesar Villalpanpo CONTRIBUTING WRITER Does your commute kill you sometimes? Does dealing with all that traffic drive you mad? Imagine driving 600 miles for 10 hours just to get to campus. That's the reality for Dr. Jesus Amaya, professor of bilingual edu- cation, who makes the commute eyery, two weeks from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, to Fort Worth. Amaya lives in Monterrey with his wife, Dr. Evelyn Prado, and his two sons, Jesus, 14 and Jose,, 12. "For the most part. Dr. Amaya is a family-oriented man. Whatever his sons like to do, Amaya wants to be part of it. His children are his life," said Carlos Martinez, chair- FREE ADMISSION .<«* 00 *4lH Looking for a Good Job? Changing Jobs or Careers? Meet major Metroplex employers Thursday, October 7 9am to 4pm Will Rogers Memorial Complex at the Round Up Inn • Bring Resumes -Business Attire For more information call The Women's Center at (81 7) 927-4050 Bell Hclicoptcr Remedy Staffing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

tly •k, ine |ve ;e. :a- |iei le. Id \z. I to Ive isl |ng Ion of is *8 ext [/ill is," The Rambler September 29, 1999 3 In other words... Bill Gates recently donated $1 billion for minority scholarships. Good idea or bad idea? Carolyn Mackey Senior Sports Medicine "I think that it's a good idea. If he has the money, why not? It makes me feel better about buying his products. If he's going to give, at least give part of it back." Mike Moffatt Junior Physical Education "It's a good idea-it's pretty tough to get money anyway, but every little bit helps." Russel Andrews Senior Business Psychology "A good idea--any donation for educa- tion is good whether it's for a minority or general funds. In other words, any donation is good." Sherry Higginbotham Sophomore Mass Communication "It's a good idea, but it should've been available to everyone. It should be based on merit." Tommy Colbert Sophomore Management Information Systems "I definitely think giving the scholar- ship is a good idea no ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

I 4 The Rambler September 29,1999 n r:¥a mm Fall in love with fall fashion FlUO t* Job Mclten/* ULTRA (Ultimate Loyalty to Rams Always) members (from left) Lisa Orlando, Decontee Weeks, Maria Montgomery, Emily Elkins and Jonathan Blisset cheer for the Lady Ranis volleyball team on Sept. 24. Spirit club boosts Ram pride Donna Hanky STAFF WRITER For years, people have com- plained that there's not enough school spirit at Wesleyan.. Campus events were poorly attended, pep rallies were rare and cheerleaders were laughed at. ULTRA wants to change that. ULTRA, or Unlimited Loyalty to Rams Always, is the lirst spirit club on campus, and is the brain- child of Wesleyan juniors Lisa Orlando and Emily Elkins and sophomore Amanda Guinn. Their main goal for ULTRA is to promote school spirit at all campus func- tions—everything from athletics to fine arts. Orlando, who was elected the lirst president of the organization, said she got the idea for ULTRA in the General Studies class she taught in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

le Rambler September & Men's soccer victorious against Austin College and Northeastern Oklahoma State Ptkxu cinnc\v of Spmt> InlvHTHuiKMi Department Sophomore forward Casey Weil sidekicks the ball during practice. Weil scored the first goal in the Austin College game on Sept. 21. Wesley an beat Austin College 3-1. Natasha Garcia STAFF WRITER The Texas Wesleyan men's soccer team won its second and third consecutive games against Austin College and Northeastern Oklahoma State University. The Rams defeated Austin College 3- 1 on Sept. 21 , and cap- tured a 2-1 victory against Northeastern on Sept. 23. Texas Wesleyan now has an overall record of 4-4. The Rams dominated most of the game against Austin College. In the first half both teams had oppor- tunities to score, but the game remained scoreless. After half- time, Texas Wesleyan fought hard and they were able to put the ball in the net. "We came out strong and played well in the second half," said head coach Kenny Medina. Soph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 29 September 1999

6 The Rambler September 29, J 999 Z-Teca: food that's worth the trip . Donna Hank\ STAFF WRITER . 1 can tell you without hesitation that the food served by Z-Teca Mexican Grill is worth the trip across town. The ten-minute journey from the Wesleyan cam- pus to Z-Teca's west Fort Worth location is quickly forgotten as you peruse the restaurant's selection of fresh ingredients that make up the first-class burritos and nachos. As you move down the counter, friendly employees prepare your meal to you r s pec i I i cat ions. You select the type of bean (black or pinto), type of meat (steak or 2* chicken) and the type of vegetable toppings and gar- nishes, including the salsa, which is wonderful. General manager Ricky Welch doesn't believe in skimping on the ingredients. By the time your burrito is wrapped, it weighs between a pound and a half and two pounds. Each time 1 eat at Z-Teca, 1 promise myself that 1 will try something different. Yet 1 always sit down Photo by ion McKmuk Z-Teca s...

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

Texas W t: S l I . i t£XAS WESLEYAN / t S L /. TA A U N I V h K S I I Y m ^ OCT 0 6 1999 ^ Rambler The students' voice since 1917 October 6, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 1.6 Fall Break No classes will be held 'on Fri- day, Oct, 8. Business Hall of Faim- Texas Representative Kay Granger will be honored'as Out- standing Business bxecmwe of 1999 at the 30th annual Business Hall of Faitoe dinneyOct. 7 lit the Fort Worth 9|pb. / ft The reception will begin at 6 p.m., tickets are $250, attire is black tie. Call 531-4415 for tickets and information. Technology skills assessment test Tek.Xam, an exam desrwied to link liberal arts students and college graduates with more job opportuni- ties in the business world, will be administered on campus Saturday, Oct. 23 in the computer lab in the basement of the library. Those interested must register by Oct. 13 with the Office of Career Development and .Student Employ- ment. The exam, developed by the Virginia Foundation for Indepen- dent Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 October 1999

Nurse anesthesia growing University program boasts greater numbers, higher test scores up to a physician if it is in the best health interest of the patient." In an article featured in the June/July issue of TANA Newsletter, Donna Hanky STAFF WRITER Wesleyan's Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia -- or GPNA -- is quietly making a big name for itself in the medical community. It has been featured a number of times by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists TANA Newsletter. The- American Association of Nurse Anesthetists named Dr. Rod Reinke, professor of biology, Didactic Instructor of the Year tor 1997. According to Kay Sanders, director of GPNA, graduates of this program have a 100 percent pass rate on the certifying examination after their successful completion of Wesleyan's two-phase program. "After students complete 12 months didactics and 16 months of clinical practicum, they are more than prepared for their certification exams. Oil an avera...

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

The Rambler October 6, 1999 3 Editorials Capital Campaign Balancing deficit equally important "Something big is about to happen," university offi- cials touted weeks before revealing the specifics of the $33.5 million fundraising campaign, "Of High Endeavor." The revelation occurred with much festivi- ty. demic institution to focus its efforts on building the best facilities money can buy. But if the university remains in debt, those facilities may never be built. Wesleyan needs the facilities the capital cam- paigns It is important for Wesleyan to have "a focal point around which to rally," for it 47/ is laudable for an academic institution to focus its efforts on build- ing the best facilities money can buy. But if the university remains in debt, those facilities may never be built." promises to fund. But a new student center, fine arts auditori- um and dormitory will mean nothing if brings stu- dents, staff and administrators closer togeth- er and gives a clearer picture of what ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 October 1999

Local woman escapes house fire Photo by Jon MeKen/.ie 1 . Clara Taylor and her dog, Ranger, can be found in front of the admin- istration building almost every morning. Taylor, and her dog recently escaped a house fire near the Wesleyan campus. Donna Haney STAEE WHITER Seventy-three year old Clara Taylor, a familiar sight around the Wesleyan campus, said she has never experienced the fear that she felt since her house, located just three blocks from, the campus; caught tire on Sept. 19. The back room of my house was on fire and the rest of the house was already tilled with smoke," Taylor said. "1 can't believe 1 didn't smell it and wake up." Fortunately, Star-Telegram deliver)' person Joe Colbert saw the flames and smoke and started beat- ing on Taylor's back door and woke her up. "If it hadn't been for him, I wouldn't be sitting here today," said Taylor. According to Taylor, the cause of the fife has not been determined. "The fireman at the scene told me that it wasn't electrical b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 October 1999

Men's soccer winning streak ends Natasha Garcia STAFF WRITER Texas Wesleyan menvs soccer team laced Northwood University on Sept. 28, St. Mary's University on Oct. I and Fort Lewis on Oct. 3.. The Rams barely escaped with a 2- I victory against Northwood, but lost 1-4 against St. Mary's and 0-3 to Fort Lewis. Northwood gave Wesleyan a challenge scoring with just five minutes into the game. The Rams remained scoreless until the 40th minute of the game when freshman midfielder Ignacio Lara was able to put the ball in the net. The goal tied the score at 1-1. With less than one minute left in the game, junior midfielder Jared Childs put Wesleyan ahead 2-1. The win against Norwood gave Wesleyan a four game win- ning game streak Wesleyan started out strong against St. Mary's. Sophomore Casey Weil gave the Rams their only lead of the game with his goal in the 10th minute of play. "We played exceptionally well in the first 35 minutes," said head coach Kenny Medina. St. Mary's answered with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 October 1999

Waitress Alejandra Miranda serves one of Los Laureles large hurritas, filled with tasty bits of steak, and a lunch-time taco platter. - Traditional Mexican food near campus Jon McKenzie ENTERTA INMENT EDITOR I'm sure that everyone on campus has seen a small Mexican restaurant catty-cornered to the school at Rosedale and Wesley an. 1 reviewed this restaurant about a year ago and left with a bad taste in my mouth, literally. Los Laureles Restaurant is now under new man- agement, which Los Laureles Restaurant 3020 Last Rosedale (817) 531-8465 Hours: Wed - Mon: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m Breakfast 6 a.m. - Noon Closed Ttiesday has made some spectacular improvements. The location still looks the same inside and out, but the food, has definitely changed. I went in at lunchtime with some friends and we all left with smiles on our faces and full stomachs. We seat- ed ourselves and dived into the crispy chips and zesty, flavorful salsa that the waitress brought to the table. The new management has set ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

The students' voice since 1917 October 13, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 17 Technology skills assessment test Tek.Xam, an exam designed to link liberal arts students and college graduates with more job opportuni- ties in the business world, will be administered on campus Saturday, Oct. 23 in the'computer lab in the basement of the library Those interested must register by Oct. 13 with the Office of Career Development and Student Entploy- ment. The exam, developed by the Virginia Foundation for Indepen- dent Colleges* is in a pilot phase, and will be offered free to the first 25 people registered. For more information or to reg- ister for the exam, call Loretta Hen- nard, director of career develop- ment and student employment, at ext: 4859. Science and Humanities Dean Candidate Dr. Nancy Grant, candidate for the Dean of the School of Science and Humanities, will be on etimpus Monday, Oct. 18, and Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 9:30 to 10:50 a.m. The meeting will be held in the Library ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

Exchange, from page 1 exchanges, visiting scholars, coop- erative/collaborative research pro- jects, cooperative degree programs, short-term training programs and projects, and cooperative and exchange lectures, conferences and seminars. The exchange agreement began this summer when two similar inter- national business courses—one at Wesleyan and the other in Mexi- co—began to interact through the Internet. The course, taught by Dr. Cheryl Prachyl, professor of busi- ness administration and accounting, and Dr. Hector Quintanilla, profes- sor of accounting, involved real- world application of classroom material. The Wesleyan students acted as insurance, legal and marketing con- sultants for Quinta Fantasia, a dry- foods manufacturing company in Mexico As consultants, the students were expected to find ways to sell the company's products in the U.S. The students visited the compa- ny's headquarters in Mexico City and met with their student counter- parts this summer. "I really thought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

The Rambler October 13, 1999 3 Artists should preserve freedom of expression rights The topic of First Amendment rights, the definition of art and the artist's responsibility to art are concerns all artists at all stages of development must define for themselves. As a professor of art, I feel obligated to have conver- sations with my students about these issues.. As an artist whose art revolves around the nude human form, I have had experi- ences that have at times put me on the defensive in justifying my art. Photo courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum of Art The painting "The Holy Virgin Mary" (detail shown above) has caused much controversy in the art community recently due to its offen- sive content. Students at Texas Wesleyan in the past have had their work denied or removed from the miniscule exhibition areas available to them and had to keep the fact that nude models are used in class a secret for fear of having the class abol- ished. You might say that times have changed. I beg to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

G.L.E.E. Donna Hanky STAFF WRITER Many Wesleyan students search for ways to become active, both on campus and within the local com- munity. While many believe it should not be difficult to find active members for an organization whose mission is to promote human rights and individual dignity, this has not been the case for WesleyanV G.L.E.E. club. Joe Brown, chairman of the the- ater department and faculty adviser for G.L.E.E. (Gays, Lesbians and Everybody Else), said the greatest stumbling block to increasing the club's membership is the fear of being stigmatized. "This organization is not about sexual preference or identity. It is about students coming together to support universal human rights. It is about dignity, for everyone. That applies to the battered woman forced to hide away in a battered woman's shelter or the individual human rights who is living with AIDS," he said. The club, which began working for its charter during the fallj§emes- ter of 1995, has often been the cen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

The Rambler October 13, 1999 5 ®: Volleyball beats St. Edward's and goes 2-2 in Texas Woman's Invitational Rhonda freeman SPORTS EDITOR Wesleyan's volleyball team put St. Edward's away in tour games Oct. 7 at home. They also played in the Texas Woman's Invitational Oct. 8-9 in the Kitty Magee Arena in Denton. They went 2-2. in the tournament. The Rams won their first game against St. Edward's, 15-7 but fell short in the second match, 6-15. The Rams came out strong in .the third and fourth matches, domi- nating St. Edward's, 15-9 and 15-0. Freshman outside hitter Kara Sweeney led the Rains against St. Edward's with 14 kills. Sophomore middle backer Eeighann Krey added 1 I kills and seven blocks and sophomore middle backer Andrea Seitz had seven kills and eight blocks. The volleyball team participat- ed in the Texas Woman's Invitational in Denton Oct. 8-9. The women played Arkansas Tech- and Daemen College Oct. 8. Wesleyan lost to Arkansas Tech in a four match game at the Invitational...

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