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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 October 1999

!L*^'ll£lWffHBiltl '1 n'h :tlttlr.rgpna ■I WW * .-a ■' Tommy's Hamburgers now occupies the old Whataburger location at the corner of Houston St. and 3rd St. in Fort Worth's bustling Sundance Square. Tommy's tickles taste buds Amber Lee Letsche STAFF WRITER If you are sick and tired of all those fast food burgers and want something well worth the price, then Tommy's Hamburgers is for you. Just minutes Tommy's Hamburgers 40(1 Houston St. M-Th: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. F-Sun: Noon - 8 p.m. (817) 334-0999 away from Wesleyan, Tommy's is locat- ed in downtown Fort Worth at 400 Houston St. iivSundance Square. It-replaced the site of the old Whataburger. But Tommy's beats Whataburger by far. Tommy's low-priced meals are perfect for the college student's budget. They are defi- nitely worth the price. At Tommy's your name is taken alter you order and pay. When your order is ready your name is called. When my guest and I went to Tommy's our orders were out in less than live minutes. They, Were right o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

T E X A S I V E R S I T Y LSBBAR bier The students' voice since 1917 October 20, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. IS Flu shots Flu shots will be given from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 in the lobby in front of the nurse's office and at the law school on Wednesday,.Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. '["he cost k $10 for students faculty and staff. For niorS infor- mation call Kim SiiUivan at 531 4948. Sexual harassment seminar Quintin Cassady of . Shannon GraGjsy, Ratliff and Miller law firm will make a presentation on t exua harassment for all faculty and staff All faculty and staff should attent one session. The sessions Will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct 20 and at 10:50 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 in the Carter Conference Room in the Brown-Lupton Cam- pus Center. /If Mitchell-Reed Lecture Series Dr. Ron McMarius will present "Advance Directives Act (SB 1260 9/1/99) for Medical Decisions" at noon Thursday, Oct. 21, in the East Room of Dora Rob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

GST, from page I for special trips and other activities. Brown also said students should receive letter grades instead of a pass/fail grade for the course. Some freshmen disliked this idea, however. "I think I'd hate GST class even more," said Daryl Davis, a freshman mass communication major. "I'd have to be studying for a class that really ought to help me through the transition between high school and college." "It would just be more pressure on me, rdont want to be worrying about passing [GST]," said Torres. Even without these changes, Brown said he believes GST is an integral part of the freshman experi- ence. "I believe that GST is invalu- able to freshman retention," he said. "It helps to better prepare students for college and life." This article contains informa- tion collected by Cesar Villalpando. Rambler contributing writer. Rehabilitation Assistants Needed Part-time/Full-time We are hiring individuals that have a desire to provide caring and quality guidance for head inj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

The Rambler October 20, 1999 3 'St' Overpopulation problem should be controlled now Wut/IW Julie King The world population reached 6 billion Oct. 12. That's a lot of people. It took from the beginning of lime to 1804 to reach a global pop- ulation of I billion. It took just 12 years to jump from 5 billion to 6 billion. By 2054, there will be 9 billion people on the planet, the United Nations esti- mates. Even the population of Fart Worth has • increased by. 10,200 in the last year— more than any other city in North Texas except Piano, according to llie Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Few people realize how seri- ous the population problem is. We can't just squeeze in tighter like a ' bunch of sardines—we have to find a way to curb this growth before it's too late. What do 1 mean by disaster? Try the rapid spread of infectious diseases, worldwide hunger, no safe drinking water and widespread poverty. This may not happen in our lifetime, but some scientists say it's not completely out of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

4 The Rambler October 20, 1999 In other words... What do you think about the television show Chicago Hope using an expletive? Amanda Mashburn Freshman Sports Medicine "I don't think they should because there's lots of kids who watch shows like that and 1 wouldn't want my kids listening to stuff like that." Karen Slaughter Senior Early Childhood "The problem is at 8 p.m. there's still a lot of kids awake-if parents were to monitor what their kids watch then it wouldn't be a problem but sinfce they don't..." Summer Daniel Senior Mass Communication "I don't think' its a good idea because there are younger children watching television and it only encourages them to use that kind of language." John Coffey Senior • L- rhtirjln dr Business Administration ^ "I think television is becoming too corrupt-some of these new shows like Action are pushing it too far." Beth Conley Senior Business Administration M "I don't think that word is all that bad but I don't think they should be using it on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

The Rambler October 20, 1999 5 MR , ' 1 iaaraj wmwmm Senior forward Paul Baker steals the ball from an Incarnate Word player. The men lost to Incarnate Word in the first game of the season, 0-1, but beat them 3-2 on Oct. 17. Baker scored the winning goal in overtime in the Oct 17 game. This was the first time the men's soccer team has beaten Incarnate Word since 1989. The men's next games are Oct. 22 and Oct 23 against St. Mary's and St Edward's, respec- tively. They will be played at St Mary's and St Edward's. The men's record is currently 7-6. Photo by Jon McKcnzic Men's soccer beats Incarnate Word for first time in Wesleyan history Natasha Garcia staff writer The Rams' first victory against Incarnate Word on Oct. 17 marks a turning point in the history of Wesleyan men's soccer. The 3-2 victory came after the team defeated Texas Lutheran on Oct. 16,3-1. Although the game against Texas Lutheran was an expected win for Wesleyan, the Rams found them- selves behind during the first ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 October 1999

Photo by Buddy Myers Dana Schultes, a 1998 Wesley an graduate, and 1 .isa FairchiJd perform in Our Town, by Allied Theatre Group, now on show at Stage West in Fort Worth. Our Town accentuates wonders of everyday life Matt Smith STAFF WRITER John Lennon once said that life is what happens while you're making other plans. That sentiment seems appropriate to Thorton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize winning Our Town, currently playing at Stage West. On the surface, nothing of great sig- nificance seems to occur during the play's three acts. Milk is delivered, meals are pre- pared, kids go to school. Babies are born. People fall in love and marry. People die. Time passes. None of the characters experience monumental breakthroughs or achieve fame or greatness in the commonly under- stood sense. And yet, that's the point. Life is made, up of small moments but most people are too caught up in trivialities to appreciate life's beauty until it is too late. Our Town celebrates the beauty, comfort and r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

T li A V V. W £' S L I > A A U M I V E a S i T I OCT 2 7 1999 LIBRARY Rambler The students' voice since 1917 October 27, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 19 Flu shots Flu shots will be given at ihe law school on Wednesday, Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. 10 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost is $10 for students, faculty and staff. For more infor- mation call Kirn Sullivan at 531- 4948.. fljp*' . Mitchell-Reed Lecture Series Dr. Elizabeth Battles win pre- sent "A Feminist Confronts Jane Austen; or. Can't It Just He a Love Story?" at noon Wednesday, Nov. 3 in the east rpom of Dora'Roberts Dining Hal I. Blllie Hani will present "Writ- ing Partners: Making the First-Year Composition Experience Meaning- ful (and Real)" Tuesday, Nov. 9. Dr. Brenda Taylor will present "The Fulb,right Experience" Wednesday, Nov. 17. Dean candidate visit Dr. Norman Garrison, candi- date for the Dean of the School of Science and Humanities, will be on campus Nov. 4 and Nov. 5. He will meet informally with f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

f Guard, from page 1 very specific policies," said Roberts. Security guards sleeping on duty is fairly common, according to some Wesleyan students. "I see them sleeping an average of once a week," said Elisha Betz, a sophomore elementary education major. "It's very prevalent." Betz said she is planning to move off campus if the security sit- uation does not improve. "I feel unsafe. I'm not in a safe neighbor- hood and all I depend on is campus security," The Student Government Asso- ciation will meet with Rodriguez, President Jake B. Schrum and Dr. Skip Applin, associate vice presi- dent of student life and athletics, in early November to address students' security concerns, according to Lisa Orlando, business psychology major and chief justice of SGA. Degree, from page 1 they could not have [received their master's degrees) any other way." Not only has the program enabled full-time teachers in several states to obtain their master's degrees; it has also informed them about Texas We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

The Rambler October 27, 1999 3 a Ignorant ones should expand horizons Elisha Stanton loody foreigners! That is my ' rC rough translation into JL* * Australian lingo of a com- ment made by an unknown lady- let's call her the Ignorant One- about my partner and me while playing in a tennis tournament recently. I must admit, it is dis- turbing to hear such com- ments. Allow me to give you a context so I can explain why, 1 am an Australian ten- nis player in my senior year. Therefore, I have been in what 1 cal my second home—America— now for more than three years. This is not the lirst time I have heard comments about my non- American citizenship sta- tus. Although citizenship is not the issue here: the issue is plain and simple ignorance. The comment was made while I was playing doubles with my American partner. However, in the eyes of the Ignorant One, she did not appear American because of her Mexican descent. Thus, she fell into the category of "bloody foreigners." One only has to he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

In other words... If you could invite anyone to speak on campus who would it be, and why? Jeremy Jones Sophomore Business Administration "Bob Ray Sanders—he inspires students." Ray Turner Senior Music Kristi Jones 8 Freshman Psychology, Biochemistry || "Tom Vandergriff (former mayor of Arlington)—my senior year he came and talked to us. He's very inspirational, funny and nice. He shared the keys of success." Carter Clinton Junior Theater "Bill Cosby because he's done so much for higher education and he would have something enlighten- ing and funny to say." m M "Monster Kody Scott— After reading the book I'd really like to hear his account in his own words." Elizabeth Miller Freshman Theater "Art hur Miller of Death of a Salesman because of some of the plays he has written—just from a playwright standpoint I'd like for him to •come." Molly Andrade Junior Education "I'd invite Oprah Winfrey-She's very encouraging and uplifting, and she has a heart for people." Photos by Jon McKcn/ir W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

Volleyball on three-game winning streak & Rhonda Freeman SPORTS EDITOR After a long break from com- petition the women's volleyball team beat Incarnate Word Oct. 19, Ouachita Baptist University Oct. 22 and Southern Arkansas University Oct. 23. The Rams defeated Incarnate Word in a four-match game. The scores were 15-17, 15-6, 15-8 arid 15-10. "In the first match we did not play defense very well," said senior setter Andrea Ray. "The next four the scores were 15-13, 15-6 and 15- Zuffinetti followed with six. games- we played better, though, and pulled through with a win." In the second match the Rams were faced with a problem when starter freshman outside hitter Kara Sweeney went down with an ankle injury Sweeney was out for the rest of the game but junior outside/middle hitter Cassie Keck took over. 'She did an outstanding job. She really stepped up when she needed to,"' said Sweeney. In the Ouachita Baptist game 12. Senior outside hitter Chandler Sweeney led the Rams with 18 ki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 October 1999

m . * in • it 44 11 <* *1 M 4H _ .&•• ^ -ft* til t m, ■i * I it ■? J i1 ' W\ L v *> W * VJ • J A .1 '>^vv ♦ tt- nr HtkMu by PataaKium Pkuucs Nicolas Cage stars as Frank Pierce an ambulance driver who faces overwhelming odds while trying to save lives in Bringing out the Dead. Dead delivers redemption Matt Smith STAFF WRITER Ghosts haunt many of" this year's films. But where the ghosts of Blair Witch and others provided chill factor, the gliosis in Bringing Out the Dead supply spiritual metaphors of loss and salvation. Directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Paul Schrader, Dead feels much like Scorsese's classic Taxi Driver, Frank Pierce (Nicolas Cage), like Travis Bickle (Robert DeNiro) in Taxi Driver, is a weary spectator traveling among the dregs of society. Bickle drove a taxi. Pierce drives an ambulance. Unlike Bickle, who wanted to destroy these people, Pierce wants to'save them and redeem himself. Pierce, basically decent and caring, faces overwhelming odds, ho...

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

seFpage 5 T t: x a s W L , 1 /A A. v k / V E R S_J Z Y The students' voice since 1917 November 3, 1999 Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 20 Mitchell-Reed lecture series Dr. Elizabeth Battles will pre- sent "A Feminist Confronts Jane Austen; or. Can't It Just Be a Love Story?" at noon Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the east room of Dora Roberts Dining Hall. Billie Hara will discuss "Writ- ing Partner;*. Making die Jr'i/st- Year Composition Experience Meaning- ful (and Rtfj^ir Tuesday, Nol. 9. Dr. Brenda Ta/lor will present "The Fulbright Experience" Wednesday, Nov. 17. Dean candidate visit Dr. Norman Garrison, J candi- date for the Dean of the School of Science and Humanities, will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 4, and Fri- day, Nov. .5. , He will meet informally with faculty, staff and students on Friday, Nov. 5 from 10:15 a.m'ko 11:30 a.m. The meeting will be held in the Carter Conference Rooflj; International Open House The Intensive English Depart- ment will host its annual Interna- tional Open...

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

Classes, from page I student interest in the course." Scoggins said, "It's a very exciting course for me to teach, and the literature is fun to read." Opinion writing will be taught by Dr. Marian Haber, mass commu- nication instructor, Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:30-2:45 p.m. Haber said the course will leach stu- dents how to write opinions for print journalism. Students will learn how to select a subject and do background research, be. instructed on writing editorials and letters to the editor. They will learn to conduct movie, theater, and restaurant reviews, and compose articles about current events and politics. The course will be open to any- one who wants to write for publica- tion. Students must be responsible and willing to conduct research. Painting, from page J SOS filed a report of the theft with campus security and the Fort Worth Police Department. "There's a detective on the case," Bridges said. Phaiah Said, "Whatever SOS wants to do about jthe incident] is OK with" h...

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

The Rambler November 3, 1999 3 I Student response Jesus can lead you out of sin 1 Ronnie Gibbs I have been quiet long enough. I have sat back and listened to and read about all of the justifi- cations and lies that I care to listen to and read any more. In his Oct. 27 column, Church haunted houses misleading, Dustin Fockler request that "...if anyone else disagrees with my assessment of this situation, I'd like to see his or her logic." Well, Dustin, here it is. First of all "sinful" in quotes is not acceptable to me anymore. Sin is sin. Sin is anything outside the will of God. I, for one, am sick and tired of... being made to feel wrong for calling sin sin. If you feel bad, sad or even mad that someone tells you are doing something wrong in your life, there is a good chance you have some "unconfused" sin in it. Being told you have done or are doing something wrong is not "judgment," as many would have us believe. It is being held account- able for sin. Feeling like it is no one's b...

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

4 The Rambler November 3, 1999 In other words... Who has been your most influential professor and why? Ben Parker Senior Mass Communication "Dr. Hale—It's because of him that 1 enjoy Griff's so much. He's my hero!" I 't / A II llli i Andy Bohon Junior Business "Connie Whitt Lambert—She's laid back and she's helped me to appreci- ate theater." Michelle Rivera Freshman Advertising/Public Relations "Mr. Hammond-he can teach you how to kick butt and he's a great guy." Rhonda Smith Sophomore Accounting "Dr. Pfefferele—because he talked to where we understood. He was really down to earth " Natalie Davidson Sophomore Theater "Joe Brown. He's a great motivator, he supports all of his students and he's full of life. He can find humor in even the worst situations." Is your organization doing something wild, crazy or newsworthy? Give us at call at 531-7552. RENAISSANCE WORTHINGTON Offering a whole new world of employment opportunities. Parking Valets Banquet Sewers SUNDANCE SQUARE Inciting ent...

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

The Rambler November 3, 1999 5 * v «I i ri i-' Photo by ion McKcn/ie (left to right) Junior outside hitter Cassie Keck, sophomore middle backer Andrea Seitz and sophomore outside hitter Lindsay Chandler watch from the bench as, sophomore outside hitter Debi Zuffinetti digs the ball, Sept. 16 against Ouachita Baptist University, The women went 1-2 the week of pct:25-Oct. 31 against Texas Lutheran, Southeastern Oklahoma and St. Edward's. Their record Is 18-6. Volleyball loses to Texas Lutheran, beats Southeastern Oklahoma and St. Edward's Rhonda Freeman SPORTS EDITOR The women's volleyball team lost to Texas Lutheran University in a five-game match Oct. 26 and beat Southeastern Oklahoma University and St. Edward's University in three matches Oct, 29 and Oct. 30. The women came out strong in the first match against Texas Lutheran, winning 15-2. "The first match we were pumped up and we played extremely strong," said senior setter Andrea Ray. The Rams depleted in the next two matches, l...

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

1 I. I I ' I K: • I., I I _ __ S __ BOO AT THE Phoio by Jon McKcnzic John Carter's Place serves home style cooking at a low price. The restaurant is located ten min- utes from the Wesleyan campus at 5309 E. Lancaster Ave. Come home to John Carter's Jon McKenzie ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR John Carter's Place is the kind ol" restaurant I go to when I really want to eat. The Southeast Fort Worth eatery has a simple concept: good food, and lots of it, for a low price. The concept has worked very well since the restaurant has been full every time I've gone in to eat lunch and it has been rec- ognized with several awards from local organizations and papers. Don't expect anything too fancy when you go to John Carter's. In my mind it's a lot like walk- ing into a restaurant in small town Texas. When you open the menu, don't even bother looking past the first page. Listed on this page is more food than one person should consume in a single sitting. Patrons can choose one meat and three veg- gies f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 12 November 1999

The students' voice since 1917 Novemher 10, 199^ Fort Worth, Texas Vol. 82, No. 21 Veterans Day poetry The Department of Languages and Literature will present "Remembering Those Who Served," Thursday, Nov. H, at II a.m. in the East Room of the Eunice and James L. W*>>i I ibrary. Judge A. L. Crouch, a regional poet, will read his poetry of war, love and remembrance in honor of Veteran's Day. • Study abroad fair. Wesleyan study abroad trip organizers will discuss study abroad programs at 10 50 a.m. Thursday, Nov. II, in the Carter Conference Room of the Brown- Lupton Campus Center. Medal Dinner The, Alutuni Association will hold its annual Wesleyan Medal Dinner Friday, Nov, 12, at the Petroleum Club in downtown Fort Worth. Social hour begins nt 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Canned food drive The offices of Student Records and Registration will hold a canned and non-perishable food drive Nov. 13-19, during early registration. Donors will be entered to win gifts and gift cer...

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