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A New Mlb Steroid Policy, Richard C. Crepeau Nov 2005

A New Mlb Steroid Policy, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association have announced yet another new agreement on drug policy. It may even be the final such policy agreement of the year. As such we can now relax and know that drug use in baseball is under complete and total control. We also know that democracy is spreading across Iraq and throughout the Middle East. And Santa Claus is coming to town.


The Ncaa: Mascots And Minorities, Richard C. Crepeau Nov 2005

The Ncaa: Mascots And Minorities, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

It is here! "ESPN Mobile" has arrived. It will join ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Radio, ESPN International, ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Original Entertainment, ESPN Merchandise, ESPN Zone, ESPN Enterprises, ESPN Regional Television, ESPN Now, ESPN Extra, ESPN HD, and Sports Ticker Enterprises, in the ESPN family.


Vestiges, Mark Y. Herring Nov 2005

Vestiges, Mark Y. Herring

Dacus Library Faculty Publications

Can intelligent design be found?


Politics And Prayer In West Perrine, Florida : Civic Social Capital And The Black Church, Susan Oltman Fink Nov 2005

Politics And Prayer In West Perrine, Florida : Civic Social Capital And The Black Church, Susan Oltman Fink

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis traces the mechanisms and sources responsible for the generation of civic social capital (a set of shared norms and values that promote cooperation between groups, enabling them to participate in the political process) by black churches in West Perrine, Florida. Data for this thesis includes over fifty interviews and participant observations, archival records, newspaper articles, and scholarly journals.

Despite the institutional racism of the first half of the twentieth century, many blacks and whites in Perrine developed levels of trust significant enough to form an integrated local governing body, evidence of high levels of csc. At mid-century, when ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 21, Wku Student Affairs Nov 2005

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 21, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Coulter, Amber. Money Missing from Faculty Insurance Fund
  • Coulter, Amber. Parking Initiative to Begin
  • Brandenburg, Katie. Four People Receive Positive Results in TB Skin Tests – Tuberculosis
  • Teague, Hawkins. ‘Simpsons’ Star Nancy Cartwright Keeps Audience Laughing
  • McNamara, Andrew. Bomb Threat Causes Evacuation – Mass Media & Technology Hall (WKU)
  • Equilibrium Point – Enrollment
  • Ashby, Robert. A Man’s Perspective – Girls Gone Wild
  • Dillon, Ryan. Girls Gone Stupid
  • Salsman, Andrew. Rest Room Usage 101
  • Richardson, Kelly. Gary Ransdell Appointed to Equine Education Board
  • Caudle, Leah. Exhibit Sparks Feminist Debate – Libby ...


Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 24, November 14, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 24, November 14, 2005, Grand Valley State University

Volume 40, July 14, 2005 - June 15, 2006

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 030, Number 16, November 14, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 030, Number 16, November 14, 2005, Grand Valley State University

2005-2006, Volume 30

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Development And Validation Of The Theistic Spiritual Outcome Survey, P. Scott Richards, Timothy B. Smith, Marion Schowalter, Michael E. Berrett, Randy K. Hardman Nov 2005

Development And Validation Of The Theistic Spiritual Outcome Survey, P. Scott Richards, Timothy B. Smith, Marion Schowalter, Michael E. Berrett, Randy K. Hardman

Faculty Publications

We developed the Spiritual Outcome Scale (SOS) to measure the spiritual outcomes of psychotherapy from a theistic spiritual perspective. A 17-item version of the SOS was found to have adequate reliability and validity in a sample of college students. Three factors emerged from the analyses that corresponded to subscales labeled Love of God, Love of Others, and Love of Self. Correlations with measures of psychological outcomes were statistically significant. In subsequent analyses, the SOS was administered over an 8-week period to a sample of inpatient women with eating disorders and to two samples from inpatient psychological clinics in Germany. The ...


Interview No. 1098, Refugio Hernández Nov 2005

Interview No. 1098, Refugio Hernández

Combined Interviews

Mr. Hernández discusses his uncles, Loreto Hernández and Crescencio Alpidio Hernández Delgado, and the stories he heard about them as a child; Loreto, Crescencio, and the rest of their siblings were born in the United States, but they were all repatriated in 1932; they then moved to Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México; Crescencio tried returning to the United States, but initially had great difficulties due to his Pahuco style of dress; during the 1940s and 1950s he worked in Arizona and California picking grapes, lettuce, limes, and oranges; he also worked in El Paso, Texas unloading trucks; Refugio discusses the various ...


Interview No. 1086, Manuel Leal Nov 2005

Interview No. 1086, Manuel Leal

Combined Interviews

Mr. Leal briefly discusses his early childhood and family; in 1951, he enlisted in the bracero program; he describes going through Rio Vista, a processing center in Socorro, Texas, and the various procedures he underwent while there; as a bracero, he worked in New Mexico and Texas, picking crops, irrigating, and driving tractors; he goes on to describe wages, working and living conditions, provisions, recreational activities, and the medical attention received when necessary; in addition, he explains the range of interactions with fellow braceros, employers, immigration personnel, and consul representatives; he continued working with the program until 1960; in the ...


Interview No. 1090, Jesús Martínez Nov 2005

Interview No. 1090, Jesús Martínez

Combined Interviews

Mr. Martínez describes his family and childhood; in 1952, he enlisted in the bracero program in order to help support his family; he provides a detailed explanation of the necessary documentation to become a bracero, including letters of recommendation; in addition, he describes the various contracting procedures, that consisted of long waiting lines, physical exams, collections of blood samples, and delousing, which was the most embarrassing for him; as a bracero, he worked in Arizona, California, Michigan, Nebraska, and Texas; he goes on to discuss wages, living and working conditions, treatment, provisions, remittances, and the range of relationships among employees ...


Interview No. 1093, Patricio Padilla Rubio Nov 2005

Interview No. 1093, Patricio Padilla Rubio

Combined Interviews

Mr. Padilla briefly describes his family and childhood; he speaks about his father’s job as a foreman for a ranch in Presidio, Texas, and how he would often travel between Texas and México; when Patricio was eighteen, he enrolled in the bracero program; his first contract took him to a ranch in Marfa, Texas, where he cared for livestock; upon his return to México, he married and subsequently had children; his second contract took him to Dexter, New Mexico, where he weighed cotton; the following contracts took him to work at different ranches in Pecos, Texas, where he learned ...


Interview No. 1096, Sebastian Saucedo Nov 2005

Interview No. 1096, Sebastian Saucedo

Combined Interviews

Mr. Saucedo talks about his family and childhood; he initially enlisted in the bracero program in 1945, in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México, but he was then transferred to Querétaro, Querétaro, México, in order to complete the paperwork; from there, he was transported by train back to Juárez and into the United States before finally being taken to Nevada, where he worked on the railroads; in addition, he describes the various procedures he underwent while being processed; as a bracero, he went to work picking different crops in several places throughout the United States, including Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico ...


Interview No. 1089, Ernesto Espino, Linda Espino Nov 2005

Interview No. 1089, Ernesto Espino, Linda Espino

Combined Interviews

Mr. Ernesto Espino and Mrs. Linda Espino are a married couple that discuss the time during which Ernesto’s father, José Ortiz Espino, was a bracero; José was a bracero from 1944 to roughly 1954; as a bracero, he worked in Arizona, California, Colorado, and Nebraska, for several companies such as Southern Pacific Railroad and the Great Western Sugar Company; at the time Ernesto was born, his father was working in the United States as a bracero, and he didn’t meet his son until he was nine months old; Ernesto goes on to discuss his father’s visits home ...


Interview No. 1085, Antonio Góntiz Nov 2005

Interview No. 1085, Antonio Góntiz

Combined Interviews

In 1943, Mr. Góntiz, decided to enlist in the bracero program and went through the contracting center in Morelia, Michoacán, México; he mentions going through the health inspection station in Uruapan, Michoacán, México; as part of the process, he was medically examined and vaccinated by American doctors; he goes on to detail the transportation conditions, provisions, duties, payments, remittances, treatment, friendships, correspondence and recreational activities; his main duties included clearing the tracks of snow and straightening the railroad ties; he continued working without documentation after his contract ended; he was sent to a place the braceros called la California, he ...


Interview No. 1088, José Ramirez Delgado Nov 2005

Interview No. 1088, José Ramirez Delgado

Combined Interviews

Mr. Ramirez discusses his family, childhood, and growing up in a small village after México’s land redistribution; in 1945, 1946, and 1949, he came into the United States as an undocumented worker; he goes on to detail these experiences and explain how he was ultimately able to obtain a contract without having to return to Mexico; in 1950, he enlisted in the bracero program while in México; as a bracero, he worked irrigating and picking cotton in various places throughout Texas; he was a particularly talented gardener, and his employers would often send him to work at area country ...


Interview No. 1095, Hipólito Burrola Ruiz Nov 2005

Interview No. 1095, Hipólito Burrola Ruiz

Combined Interviews

Mr. Burrola briefly discusses his family and childhood; in1958, he was married; the following year he enlisted in the bracero program at a contracting center in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México; he mentions the long waiting lines, the required documents, examinations, and how callused hands were essential to obtaining a contract; from there, he was transported by train to Rio Vista, a processing center in Socorro, Texas, where he underwent further assessments and was deloused; in addition, he describes the poor conditions at the center; as a bracero, he worked in Artesia, New Mexico and O Brien and Pecos, Texas; he recalls ...


Interview No. 1087, Filomeno Burciaga Nov 2005

Interview No. 1087, Filomeno Burciaga

Combined Interviews

Mr. Burciaga briefly recalls his childhood and family; in 1955, he enlisted in the bracero program at a contracting center in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México; at the time, he was married and had a son; from Chihuahua, he traveled to Rio Vista, a processing center in Socorro, Texas, and he chronicles the various procedures he underwent while there; as a bracero, he labored in the beet fields of Nebraska and the cotton fields of Texas; he goes on to describe living and working conditions, wages, contract amendments and extensions, provisions, recreational activities, and community interactions; Filomeno continued working with the program ...


Interview No. 1092, Saul Ponce Nov 2005

Interview No. 1092, Saul Ponce

Combined Interviews

Mr. Ponce very briefly discusses his family and childhood; as a young man, he decided to enlist in the bracero program in order to help his family financially; from his hometown in Valle de Zaragoza, Chihuahua, México, he was transported to Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México, where he obtained his first bracero contract; he was then transferred to Rio Vista, a processing center in Socorro, Texas, and then taken to his worksite by plane; as a bracero, he worked in Montana, picking beets and cotton, cleaning corn, and milking cows; he and his brother were fortunate enough to live and work together ...


Interview No. 1094, Manuel Ramirez Nov 2005

Interview No. 1094, Manuel Ramirez

Combined Interviews

Manuel Ramirez discusses his father, Adolfo Ramírez Bañuelos, and his perceptions of the United States that led to his decision to become a bracero; at the time, Adolfo was married and had five children; in 1946, he traveled to Chihuahua, Chihuahua, México, to enlist in the bracero program; he was then transported by train to Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, and then by caravan to the county coliseum in El Paso, Texas, where ranchers chose their workers; on one occasion, he was transferred by plane from El Paso to Colorado; Manuel goes on to describe the various difficulties and humiliations his father ...


Interview No. 1097, José G. Corral Nov 2005

Interview No. 1097, José G. Corral

Combined Interviews

Mr. José Corral describes his family and childhood; his father, Luis Corral Ortega, became a bracero in 1946, at which time his family lived in Meoqui, Chihuahua, México; José discusses remittances arriving in the mail and his family’s living conditions in México while his father was away; in 1950, the family had enough money to move to Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México, where life was slightly better for them; José describes an incident in which his father attempted to legalize his family’s residency, but was only able to arrange for José’s local passport; in addition, José goes on ...


Interview No. 1099, Eduardo De Santiago Nov 2005

Interview No. 1099, Eduardo De Santiago

Combined Interviews

Mr. De Santiago grew up with his parents, who were agricultural workers, and his seven brothers and sisters; he describes his commissioner position and the way in which he came to enlist as a bracero, in 1954; he was transported from his hometown of Jerez, Zacatecas, México, to Chihuahua, Chihuahua, where he was examined and then transferred to Rio Vista, a processing center in Socorro, Texas; as a bracero, he worked in Balmorhea, Texas, for six years, where he weighed and picked cotton; in addition, he also learned to drive a tractor; he describes his close relationship with the grower ...


Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 23, November 10, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 23, November 10, 2005, Grand Valley State University

Volume 40, July 14, 2005 - June 15, 2006

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 20, Wku Student Affairs Nov 2005

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 20, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Caudle, Leah. Foreign Students Transition to the Hill
  • Richardson, Kelly. Coaches Get More Flexibility in Sick Leave Policy
  • Brandenburg, Katie. TB Testing Continues on the Hill - Tuberculosis
  • Hupman, Samantha. More Students Attend Western, Fewer Drop out
  • Venzin, Megan. Students to Perform Updated ‘Tartuffe’
  • Coulter, Amber. Officials Try to Resolve Retirement Issue – Kentucky Teachers Retirement System (KTRS)
  • Road Redesign – College Heights Boulevard
  • Turner, Dustin. Intramural Conspiracy
  • Mead, Mallory. Editorial Was Insensitvie – Bill Powell
  • Ransdell, Matthew. Bring Canned Goods to the Nov. 18 Basketball Game
  • Osborne, Jenni ...


Incentives, Swoopes, Pink Lockers, Richard C. Crepeau Nov 2005

Incentives, Swoopes, Pink Lockers, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

While I was on the road much of the last two weeks a number of things happened that caught my attention and now that I am back at my desk I would like to discuss a few of them. First, and indeed most curious, was the announcement from the NCAA that they would be offering financial rewards to those institutions whose student athletes actually perform as students. What a concept!


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 19, Wku Student Affairs Nov 2005

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 81, No. 19, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Coulter, Amber. College Heights Boulevard Redesign Planned
  • Fontana, Alex. Indiana, Kentucky Students Cope with Twisters - Tornadoes
  • Coulter, Amber. Source of Wellness Funds Debated
  • Wimnatt, Alex. Leadership Group Sees Growth – Dynamic Leadership Insitute
  • Leslie, Joey. Kevin DeFebbo Hired as City Manager
  • Terrible Tuberculosis
  • Benetti, Vincent. Smokers Unite; Let Us Create Our Own Paradise
  • Barati, Darius. Let’s Look at the Oil Companies
  • Richardson, Kelly. Technical College Temporarily Closed – Bowling Green Technical College
  • Erd, Mackenzie. Government to Survey View of City Life
  • Shull, Abbey. Choral Students Share ...


Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 22, November 7, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 22, November 7, 2005, Grand Valley State University

Volume 40, July 14, 2005 - June 15, 2006

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 030, Number 15, November 7, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 030, Number 15, November 7, 2005, Grand Valley State University

2005-2006, Volume 30

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 21, November 3, 2005, Grand Valley State University Nov 2005

Lanthorn, Vol. 40, No. 21, November 3, 2005, Grand Valley State University

Volume 40, July 14, 2005 - June 15, 2006

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Salarymen Doing Queer: Gay Men And The Heterosexual Public Sphere In Japan, Mark J. Mclelland Nov 2005

Salarymen Doing Queer: Gay Men And The Heterosexual Public Sphere In Japan, Mark J. Mclelland

Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)

This paper looks at the difficulties gay men in Japan experience in discussing their sexuality in the Japanese workplace.