The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 4, 2004 Page: 5 of 8
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Dora's, front page 4
scheduled to be complete in
spring 2005, "things will be
much better and we can make a
true bid to other vendors," said
In the meantime, the
Student Life Office is monitor-
ing the progress of Twelve Oaks
catering. Alexander said that
they have received no formal
complaints and that they are
pleased with Twelve Oaks' com-
pliance to the requested changes.
According to Alexander,
"Twelve Oaks is working hard
to address the issues that were
brought to their attention.
Twelve Oaks is now providing
students with receipts containing
remaining balances. They are
keeping the refrigerator stocked
with bottled drinks, and they are
providing employees with more
training. They have really
February 4, 2004 5
cleaned things up."
Brett Parker, a freshman
sports management major said,
"The food at Dora's tastes
alright. In comparison to last
year, Dora's has improved, and
if you're hungry, [Dora's] is the
right place to eat."
All comments, complaints,
questions or concerns should be
made to Cary Poole, Wesleyan
dean of students.
Sharesa Alexander is a junior
mass communication major and is a
staff writer for The Rambler.
Want to become a
Attend staff meetings
for The Rambler at
12:15 p.m. Tuesdays,
Stella Russell Hall,
and learn how.
SGA discusses computer theft, other topics
The Student Government
Association met for the first time
this semester Jan. 29 to discuss
topics including the theft of
computers from th. SGA office.
Kimberly Cooper, junior
management information sys-
tems major and president of
SGA. brought up the two inci-
dents of theft in the SGA office,
where computers were stolen.
Other topics discussed
included the missing color of the
Another problem brought to
the attention of the SGA con-
cerned disappearing club and
event fliers. Vice President
Jessica Krizek, a junior political
science and pre-law major, said
that many organizations spend
their time making and putting up
fliers only to have certain indi-
viduals tear them down. Many
SGA members said they believe
that reasons stem from someone
trying to make the campus
appear more clean.
On another topic, the SGA
is hosting a Poetry Night at 6:30
p.m. Feb. 12 in the Student
Union Building. The event is
open to the public and offers
prizes to the most creative
poems. The prizes are $150 for
first prize, $100 for second and
$50 for third place.
On yet another topic, the
SGA food committee brought up
the chicken kabobs served in
Dora Roberts Dining Hall, and
the lack of meat in the kabobs
for a price of $3.95. Yet the
service was complimented as
well for the cooler being full of
drinks at all times.
The SGA has tentatively
scheduled a job fair for April.
The job fair will feature busi-
nesses that are equipped to
recruit for all or most majors
offered by Texas Wesleyan.
For more information on the
Student Government Association
or to report topics that should be
brought to its attention, the SGA
meets at 4 p.m. Thursdays in the
Carter Conference Room
The SGA office is located
in the SUB. It is open from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday or call (817) 531-4267.
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