The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 2002 Page: 2 of 8
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2 The Rambler March 14. 2002
Keeping artwork all in the family
The artwork of the children and grandchildren of
Weslevan's staff and faculty members is currently on dis-
play in the newly renovated Ann Waggoner Hall. This is
the fourth annual Texas Weslevan Children's Art Exhibit.
Seminar, from page 1
Is is estimated thai in the U.S.. between
120.000 and 160.000 adult and adolescent
females are living with HIV infection, includ-
ing those ith AIDS
According to the CDC. most women
(approximately 40 percent' reported with
AIDS were infected thr ugh heterosexual
exp. sure to HIV
Man;. HIV AIDS cases among women
in the U S are initially reported without rUk
gesting that women
may be unaw are of
more than two-thirds
of AIDS case-
among women ini-
tially reported with-
Boatner./rom page 1
My greatest succe, •> was
the recruitment of 298 new fresh-
men in 1997." aid fcoamer My
second greatest [accomplish-
ment) was when 1 personally
recruited 42 percent of the fresh-
men class in 1995
Boatner began in the fresh-
men admission office in 1992 as
assistant director and was given
the title asstKiate director in
1994 Then in 1996. ->he became
the director of freshmen admis-
When asked to explain how
.he was treated unfairly, Boatner
responded. There have been
persons placed in assistant VP
and director positions this year,
under the riew administration.
These people are doing a good
job, and I wish them well.
However, I was not given the
same opportunity as these people
and I do not understand why. It
all appears to be very personal."
"Due to the freshmen admis-
sions academic scholarship
budget, a $30,(XX) cut in the
freshman admission operating
budget, two staff members cut in
the I A office last March, the
change from Division III to
Division II and the SACS proba-
tion status, it was a very difficult
year to meet enrollment objec-
tives," Boatner said.
If I was given the opportu-
nity, I could have turned the
numbers around, but I was not
given the opportunity with this
According to Van Toorn.
Jeffcoat indicated that he had
hired the most experienced per-
son to focus on student life and
student recruiting. Alexander has
been with Wesleyan for more
than 15 years, working as the
registrar, recruiting and success-
fully marketing the MBA pro-
She said the hiring of the
new admissions director position
will be left to the assistant VP for
student life (Alexander;.
Boatner said, " I was unhap-
py because after our VP for
enrollment (Dave Voskuilt left, I
did not have a voice anymore.
Karen Krause (former financial
aid director] was my voice, but
I'm not sure the information I
submitted to her was being artic-
ulated accurately. No one both-
ered to ask why I was not happy
She said. "Recruiting stu-
dents was the joy of getting up
and going to work every morn-
ing. I still hope the applicants 1
worked with this year are being
well taken care of by the admis-
sions group. The current students
are my heart as well. So many of
the students seem like my fami-
"I really miss the faculty and
staff. Again, I developed many
relationships, and will never for-
get those people," said Boatner.
"I hope Wesleyan can get back on
its feet. All of its positive traits
definitely outweigh the nega-
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fied as heterosexual transmission, and just
over one-fourth were attributed to injection
The good news, according to the CDC. is
that between 1992 and 1998, the number of
persons living with AIDS in the U.S.
increased in all groups, largely as a result of
new combination drug therapies.
While AIDS-related deaths among
women in general were decreasing as of
1998, due again to the advances in drug treat-
remains among the
leading causes of
death for U.S. women
between the ages of
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Manning, Melanie. The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 2002, newspaper, March 14, 2002; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth253272/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Wesleyan University.