The Rambler (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 69, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1993 Page: 3 of 8
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February 25, 1993
STUDENTS, from pg. 1
right now... If they keep recruiting
at the rate they have been, and if it
keeps increasing every year,
they're definitely going to have to
build some more dorms."
“I think the money should
probably go for the faculty, or
more different kinds of curricu-
-Amy All, junior
“I think the enrollment in-
crease is great for Wesleyan, but I
do think that with the enrollment
increase, we need to increase [the
number of] teachers, because
Wesleyan really endorses its stu-
dcnt/teachcr ratio, and in order to
have the same ratio, we need more
“I think the excess funds
could be used to improve land-
scaping, for example around the
vollcyballcoun. And I think they
could be used to maybe keep the
library open later.”
-Amanda Bennett, freshman
“I feel that [increased enroll-
ment] will increase campus
activities...! came to this school
because it had a smaller enrollment
and I would get more individual
auention paid to my needs. On
bigger campuses, it is not that
way. That could maybe be a
drawback to the people coming
“I think the [excess funds]
should be used for campus im-
-Christy Davidson, sophomore
“I personally think the [in-
creased enrollment] is very good.
Many improvements have been
made in Stella |Hall), where I
live. For example, the lounge
has been totally redone.”
"The only possible problem
I see, maybe, is larger class size.”
-Kristi Witt, sophomore
“I have noticed the increased
enrollment, and I really don't
think it’s good for the school
because it seems as if we have
lowered our standards in order to
“I think what we need to do
is look for more quality people to
come to this school. If we con-
tinue to allow these people who
we are allowing in now, overall I
think the school's G.P.A. is go-
ing to drop and we're going to
lose recognition as a higher in-
stitution of learning.”
-Brian Trammell, junior
STUDENTS SPEAK OUT:
The Role Of Hillary Clinton
What do you think about
Hillary Clint on’t role at Firtt
“I support Hillary Clinton be-
cause she is a woman, and I am a
woman. She is doing a lot for our
country. She’s putting women up
fust with normal issues. We’re not
justback seat to men anymore. We
are in the White House, weare into
politics and we’re getting involved
more in this country."
•Nicole Belford, freshman
“I think it is good for Hilary
Clinton to be involved in a lot of
the decisions that are going to be
made by President Clinton. Idon't
think that she should be delegated
a lot of authority over one particu-
lar area such as health care. She's
still a wife and a mother and has
those responsibilities. I think those
-Scott Abel, freshman
“I think Hillary Clinton is ac-
tually President Clinton.”
-Keith Ford, sophomore
“I think it’s great that Hillary
Clinton is in the White House and
is assuming some power. She is
very well-educated and able to do
-Tony Walthall, sophomore
“Hillary Clinton really is a
smart person. However,she wasn’t
elected to be president of the U.S.
Therefore, this should not be her
-Kerri Witt, sophomore
“A lot of people say that she is
the so-called co-president. Ithasn't
gone that far. She is doing her job.
I believe Hillary Clinton is an as-
set to this country and without her,
Bill Clinton would be lost"
-Tonya Mathis, freshman
What do you do when your
ex-best friend returns to town
after two years and you don't
know what to even talk about?
If this person is a true friend,
you won't have to worry about
what to talk about. Friendships
last beyond proximity. If you are
really concerned about the first
half hour, then talk about the
past. Bring each other up to date
on your lives. Your friend has
probably made just as many new
friends and done just as many
new things as you have. Talking
about yourself is the simplest and
easiest thing to do, and it is
everyone's most basic natural
What do you do when you're
in love with someone who is un-
Hopelessly in Love
Be a friend. If you can form
a deep friendship with the person,
then you may not need the ro-
mance. If the romance comes,
then the relationship could be
much better. For now, try find-
ing someone else. I know that
this is hard, but you can’t tie
yourself down to a dream. You
may never find out what’s wait-
ing for you.
What is the proper attire for
a morning wedding?
Going to the Chapel
According to Miss Manner’s
Guide for the Turn of the Millen-
nium, itis suggested that as guests,
women should wear dressy after-
noon dresses or suits. Hats and
gloves are worn if it is a very
formal ceremony. Blackand white
are both “no-no” colors for guests
to wear for obvious reasons. Men
should attend in dark business
suits, unless otherwise told.
Feb. 25- Palm reading and handwriting analysis in the SUB during free
Feb. 25- Women’s tennis: Lady Rams vs. Cooke County at 2:30 p.m.,
Feb. 25- Men’s basketball: Rams vs. St. Edward’s at 7:30 p.m., away.
Feb. 26- Black History Dinner at 6 p.m. in the Quad. Tickets available
in Student Life Office, $2.
Feb. 26-27- Women’s softball: Lady Rams in Ranger Tournament at
Feb. 26-27- Trouveres and Jazz Band Concert, All That Jazz, at 8 p.m.
in the Fine Arts Auditorium.
Feb. 27- Varsity baseball: Rams vs. LeToumeau at 12 p.m., home.
Feb. 27- Men’s basketball: Rams vs. Incarnate Word at 7:30 p.m.,
Feb. 28- Varsity baseball: Rams vs. St. Francis at I p.m., home.
Feb. 28- Dinner at Dillow House, 5-7 p.m.
Mar. 1- Kelly Collins’ senior art exhibit opens in the Sone.
Mar. 1- Kelly Collins’ artist reception at 12:30 p.m. in the Sone.
Mar. 2- University chapel from 10:55 to 11:25 a.m.
Mar. 2- Men’s basketball: Rams vs. St. Mary’s at 7:30 p.m., home.
Mar. 2- Varsity baseball: Rams vs. Northwestern at 1 p.m., home.
Mar. 3- Tennis: Rams vs. McLennan C. C. at 2 p.m., TBA.
Mar. 3- JV baseball: Rams vs. S.M.U. at 3:30 p.m., away.
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study Andy Warhol's
works (3 wds.)
12 Enrollment Into
14 "Calculus Made Sim-
ple," e.g. (2 wds.)
17 Extremely small
18 Follows a recipe
19 Belonging to Mr.
22 Of land measure
23 Meets a poker bet
24 - Gay (WW I!
26 Capri, e.g.
27 Belonging to Mayor
28 Irritate or
30 Train for a boxing
31 - and the
35 Diet supplement
38 Scottish historian
39 College In Green-
40 The Venerable ——
41 ..not with -
but a whimper."
43 Return on Invest-
45 Belonging to Mr.
47 Part of the classi-
fieds (2 wds.)
48 Possible place to
study abroad (2 wds)
52 Small school In Can-
ton, Ohio (2 wds.)
53 Orson Welles film
classic (2 wds.)
1 Those who are duped
2 "Do unto -..."
3 Fourth estate
5 Well-known record
6 Wei 1-known king
7 151 to Caesar
8 Prefix meaning milk
9 Confused (2 wds.)
10 - husky
11 Most Invnedlate
12 Like a sailboat
13 Cash register key
14 En — (as a whole)
15 Auto racing son of
19 Political disorder
20 - c1t. (footnote
21 Traveled on a
25 Prospero's servant
in "The Tempest"
28 Well-known govern-
29 American league
30 Fictional hypnotist
32 Style exemplified
33 "She's -..."
34 Be unwell
35 Visible trace
37 Woman's under-
38 Commit--k 1 r 1
40 — burner
42 "...for If I -
44 Actress Gibbs
46 African antelope
47 Well-known TV band-
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