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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News 3 News Lost boys, author meet or campus signing UD custodian one of four Sudanese refugees depicted in series by Charla Bowman Contributing Writer Depicting what it would be like for thousands of boys 8-to- 10 years old to be separated from their families in the midst of a civil war is not a task many would relish. But four Sudanese refugees along with a UD professor have undertaken that task by telling their stories through a four-part series of comic books. These four and the author met last week at UD to autograph copies of their publication. Dr. Susan Clark, director of the Intensive English Program at UD, wrote and edited the first part of the series titled Echoes of the Lost Boys. The term Lost Boys refers to thousands of Sudanese refugees who were separated from their families and had to flee civil war on their own in the late 1980s. "Each of them personally has had probably more loss in their young lives than all of us put together may e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

4 November 24, 2004 The University News News Supreme ourt causing American political crisis Politics professor critiques judicial activism of courts John Schuler/University News Dr. Richard Dougherty, associate politics professor, critiqued the judicial activist tendency of the U.S. Supreme Court in its repudiation of moral legislation in a speech last week. by Eric Martinez Managing Editor The general problem of American politics is judicial activism—the Supreme Court's tendency to strike down legislation regulating moral concerns—Dr. Richard Dougherty, associate politics professor, said last Wednesday. With a formal title Judicial Activism and the Crisis of American Politics, Dougherty subtitled the speech Why the Supreme Court Stinks. "Judicial activism is the rationale courts give for striking down legislation—that is they strike down legislation that is inherently unconstitutional," Dougherty said. "That's not a bad thing," he said. Dougherty then clarified the theme of his spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News 5 News irst annual Virgil symposium bcuses on Aeneid Professors discuss character of Camilla, soul, heroism John Schuler/University News Dr. Lee Fratantuono, visiting assistant classics professor, talked to students about the character of Camilla in Virgil's Aeneid at the first annual Virgil symposium last week. by Monica Tomutsa Contributing Writer Dr. Lee Fratantuono, visiting assistant classics professor; Dr. Scott Dupree, English professor; and Dr. David Sweet, assistant classics professor, all spoke at the first annual Virgil symposium last Friday. Fratantuono, the first speaker, began with information about Virgil and Caesar Augustus. Virgil was born about 70 BC and died about 19 BC. Octavian Augustus Fern r ism CO NT. FROM PAGE 1 Planned Parenthood's eugenic roots and show how it continues to promote a eugenic world- view, it will provide strategies for combating Sanger's legacy. Franks has been active in the pro-life movement and has wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

0 November 24, 2004 The University News News ASB CO NT. FROM PAGE 1 ''We pay for the supplies it takes to make repairs,'* she said. ASB will work with the Glenmary Sisters Volunteer Program, repairing homes and the Helping Hand building in Smithland, Ky., Pohlmeier said. ASB participants will put in insulation and sheet rock at the Helping Hand building, Pohlmeier said. ASB participants are currently raising funds through the sale of raffle tickets for a $200 gift certificate at the UD bookstore. The bookstore contributed to the gift certificate, Pohlmeier said. Each ticket costs a dollar and six tickets can be bought for five dollars. The raffle drawing will take place Monday, Dec. 13, Pohlmeier said. Tickets will be sold during meals in the Haggar University Center the week afterThanksgiving. ASB participants will also sell tickets on an individual basis. Former ASB participants said the experience is unique. photos courtesy Diane Pohlmeier/Contributor Above: Senior Jodi Dickens h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News "J Commentary Editorial Board Margaret Ballard Jodi Dickens Eric Martinez Lincy George Letters Policy The University News invites letters on all subjects; however, we will not print unsigned submissions. Letters must be received in the newsroom of at udnews 1 @yahoo.com before noon on Friday for publication the following Wednesday. Letters are limited to 350 words and may be edited for grammar, length or clarity. Longer submissions may be considered for publication as a separate commentary. Commentary Policy The University News is seeking articles for submission to the commentary page. Any subject or issue may be considered for commentary, and anyone is welcome to submit a commentary, though The University News especially encourages students, faculty, and administrators to participate. Articles should be well-written, thoughtful, and between 600 and 900 words in length. The University News reserves the right to edit submissions for grammar, leng...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

8 November 24, 2004 The University News Feat • i it i\3 The Fox Trot Ladies' 004 3V\ V V 11 09 • m Gentlemen's . V, * * John Schuler/University News Senior Maryclaire Becan trusts senior Michael Humphries as she puts her life in his hands for a dip. V 0-09 Basic Waltz Box Step Part I 09 Gentlemen's Ladies' * John Schuler/University News Seniors Maryclaire Becan and Michael Humphries demonstrate basic box step waltz. 00 • m 0 QvQ m m m Gentlemen's Basic Waltz Box Step Part II 'I f? Ladies' by Monica Bond Features Editor Winter Cotillion, UD's elegant fall dance, has certain standards of etiquette with which many students may be unfamiliar. Since Cotillion is less than two weeks away, many students may wish to brush up on their cotillion etiquette. Some may be thinking of missing the experience of Cotillion because they do not have a date for the evening and see little likelihood of getting one. This sacrifice, however, is a misconception: Winter Cotillion does not require a date! Cot...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News fURES h/ter /4 time "Learning to dance is part of being a well-educated man or woman. You should have read certain books, done certain things, know certain things; and one of the things you should know is how to dance," he said. "Don't be afraid of learning to dance," Humphries added. "It's a very easy, and I think fun, process." Becan agreed and told gentle- men learning how to dance "is a fun experience and does not make you a sissy." Even if someone cannot make the dance lessons, he or she can still become familiar with the steps by coming to Cotillion a few minutes early, when Humphries and Becan will be available for a quick review. Another unique aspect of Cotil- lion is the dance card. A dance card is a small, elegantly printed little card with a miniature pencil attached by a cord. This cord not only keeps pencil and card together but also allows the lady to wear her dance card around her wrist so her hands are free for dancing. "Both th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

10 November 24, 2004 The University News Commentary LETTERS FROM ROME: Destiny wins soccer tournament, thespians perform Lysistrata by Patrick Boos Rome Correspondent Here we are on the verge of 10- day. ], for one, plan to spend the whole 10 days alone in the dorm with all the lights off and adorned with the cape I made out of Italian bath mats and towels. I was going to go visit La Sa- grada Familia with a big group going to Barcelona, but I figured "Hey. LSF's not even finished, yet. "Why not knit a cape together instead?" Actually, I got that idea from Mikey Maiella, my fellow RA, who will spend the first few days on campus with me monitoring the grounds and keeping the peace. There are a great bunch of UDers traveling to Spain this year, however—I bet we could easily take Barcelona with a little initiative. Thursday, Nov. 18, also saw the triumph of Team Destiny in the Fall 2004 Soccer Tour- nament. Team Destiny—R.J. Karas, Elizabeth Hoelkinger, Danny Torrez, Jennifer Brown, Br...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News 11 Commentary St. Pius X society hostile to atholic hurch by Chris Cooper Guest Columnist When one thinks of traditional Catholicism, one tends to think of great obedience to the pope. Not so with at least one "traditionalist" group: The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). The Society was founded by a French archbishop, Marcel Lefebvre, in 1970. It has always maintained a certain distance from the rest of the Church, manifested by open hostility to recent magisterial teaching and the New Order of Mass. The most divisive action in the Society's history, how- ever, is Archbishop Lefebvre's consecration of four bishops in June 1988 contrary to the explicit will of Pope John Paul II. The Code of Canon Law states, "Both the Bishop who, without a pontifical mandate, consecrates a person a bishop, and the one who receives the consecration from him, incur a latae sententiae [i.e., automatic] excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See" (can. 1382). That thi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

12 November 24, 2004 The University News Arts & Entertainment Whimsical Neverland, classy Kinsey, worthless Treasure by F.S. Movie Reviewer J.M. Barrie (Johnny Depp) in inspired to write Peter Pan by his friendship with a beautiful widow (Kate Winslet) and her four young sons in Finding Neverland (Angelika Film Center), a picture that's less interested in factual accuracy than in fashioning a fable of the power of imagination and a child's sense of wonder. Though in its effort to achieve an ethereal effect the film occasionally seems either wispy or a bit earthbound, it doesn't become manipulatively cloying until the very end, when the widow falls ill just as Peter takes off And Depp is so deft playing an innocent dreamer, reciting his lines in a Scottish burr so soft and sweet that sometimes you have to strain to hear him, that he easily carries you along. Dustin Hoffman also has fun as Barries crusty producer. So while Finding Neverland doesn't exactly soar, thanks to a fine c...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News 13 Arts & Entertainment (cont. from pg. 12) into the mix, Warren's money troubles only get more tangled, and his options become less clear over the course of the 12 illuminating hours. "It's a realistic play about the in-be- tween stage in life—when you are faced with having to choose between adolescence and personal responsibility in a modern world where it might not be entirely necessary to be personally responsible; the characters are in a directionless point in their lives—they don't know what they want to do, and they have no motivation to do it even if they did know," Lemieux said about his show As a result, the situations become muddled in moral confusion fogged by apathy, making the answers rarely clear- cut. The Daily Telegraph said of the Lon- don production, "What keeps you hooked is Lonergan's ability to get under the skin of his characters.. .It is full of delicious humour, with Lonergan nailing the excru- ciating rites of adole...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

14 November 24, 2004 The University News Sports 'aulkner's epic reveals truth of sports cliches "Fumbling in the dark" is not a good thing to do if you are a football running back playing in a night game. But, if you are William Faulkner, it is a poetic way of telling your girl how you are struggling to find the right love-words. Fumbling football memories of the past into the present is some- thing I wrote Charlie Billingsley might do—if he wants those football memories of the past to inform his present, as a man might do if he wanted art to inform his life. But I didn't say exactly how that process worked (mainly because I don't understand how that process works myself; I don't think the makers of Friday Night Lights understand either). But I think William Faulkner under- stands it. Maybe he didn't always under- stand, though. Quentin Compson certainly doesn't understand how to let his past breathe life into his present. He is like Billingsley, only to the extreme. Where Billingsl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

November 24, 2004 The University News 15 Sports Rebuilding the squad rusader basketball team young, hope ul by Therese Bart Contributing Writer Jonathan Alexander's thick- set frame contains the glowing embers of a very real passion for basketball. It must. There is perhaps no other earthly reason a man would consent, much less volunteer, to -coach three basket- ball teams—the UD Crusaders, a varsity and a junior varsity high school team—as well as hold an- other job as a waiter at Keg Steak House Bar and Grill and take a full load of classes to finish an English degree at UD. Alexander said he manages it all because he has support from his fellow coaches, from his wife (the Alexanders married this past year) and his dad, Dr. Robert Al- Jonn Schuler/University News Mike Smiljanic, junior, looks to his teammates to take a pass during a recent men's basketball practice exander, adjunct assistant English professor at UD. But Alexander not only man- ages his heavy load, he enjoys it. Hi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 November 2004

16 November 24, 2004 The University News Back Page z^iYour Daily Calendar Nov. 24-Dec. 7 ednesday 24th • Haggar Cafe closes after lunch. • The Rathskeller closes 3 p.m. • Thanksgiving Break begins at the close of classes. T hursday 25th Thanksgiving Day Saturday 27th • Women's Basketball home game against Southwest Christian College, 6 p.m. s. I unday 28th • Haggar Cafe re-opens for dinner. m onday 29th • SG Meeting, 5:15 p.m. in Gorman B • The Rathskeller resumes normal hours 1 uesday30th • Women's Basketball home game against Southwestern University, 6 p.m. • Men's Basketball home game against Southwestern University, 8 p.m. Wednesday 1st • Meeting for senior English majors to discuss comprehensive exams and senior novel project, 4:30-6 p.m. in Gorman A. • Angela Franz Franks, UD alumna, speaks about Margaret Sanger, 7:30 p.m. in Lynch Auditorium T, hursday 2nd • Senior Studios open, 8 p.m. aturday 4th • Winter Cotillion, 8 p.m. to midnight in Haggar Cafe m onday 6th • SG Meeting,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

Universit Palla% ews Volume XXXIV, Number 12 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas December 8, 2(X)4 City considers placing flashing yellow lights on Northgate Activities director to leave position A by Lincy George News Editor The city of Irving is in the process of deciding whether or not to install flashing yellow lights on Northgate drive, Kathleen Mullins Jost, transportation engineer for the city said. Jost is currently conducting an engineering study that considers and evaluates factors affecting traffic and pedestrian safety "It [the study] is just about done. It is not completed yet," she Said. "We look at issues warranting a flashing yellow light—the speed of the road, what's provided now, the accident history, sight distance, pedestrian patterns," she said. Sight distance is how far pedestrians and moving vehicles can see each other. Pedestrian patterns refer to how many pedestrians use the road and where they cross, Jost said. The study follows a serious accident involving...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

2 December 8, 2004 The University News News Editor in Chief Jodi Dickens Eric Martinez News Editor Lincy George Assistant News Editor Katie Scharber Commentary Editor Margaret Ballard Arts & Entertainment Editor Vanessa Bruce Features Editor Monica Bond Sports Editor Zach Czaia Photo Editor John Schuler Business Manager Anton Hartmann johnathon Aylor Webmaster Cory Stein Subscriptions Manager Debbie Sterbin Editorial Advisers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek The University News is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas, 1845 E. Northgate Dr., #732, Irving, TX, 75062. Subscriptions are $20 a semester or $35 a year. Call 972-721-5056 for information. The University News is also available online at www.udallasnews.com. Issues from the past two years are archived on the website. To advertise in The University News, call (972) 721-4023 or fax query to (972) 721-4136. Ads must be submitted by 5 p.m. Thursday for publication the following Wednesday. UD students promot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

December 8, 2004 The University News 3 News Accident victim deals with changed plans, healthcare system Lincy George/University News Sunita Kasliwal, GSM student and victim in a hit-and-run accident on Northgate Drive, received her MBA last Friday. Kasliwal's son, Swatnil Kasliwal, and her daughter, Saumya Kasliwal, attended the ceremony with her. by Lincy George News Editor Few students would take seriously the claim that their life's plans will change dramatically by a walk down the street in front of their home. Yet, Sunita Kasliwal, who graduated with a MBA from Graduate School of Management (GSM)last Friday saw many of her plans change after a short walk on Northgate drive Oct. 31- The walk ended with a hit-and-run accident in which Kasliwal was a victim. "My plans changed at all levels. I had a job interview in the first week of November. Because of the accident, I could not go. "My plan was to move to New York by Dec. 15," she said. But Kasliwal has had to complete a major su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

4 December 8, 2004 The University News News Mavericks to o er GSM scholarship by Maggie Collins Contributing Writer A $10,000 scholarship to the University of Dallas MBA pro- gram will be awarded by the Dal- las Mavericks for the best essay describing the contestant's idea for sports marketing in fewer than 200 words. All applications and essays must be submitted by midnight, Dec. 31, 2004. Contestants must be between the ages of 18 and 45, and must reside within the Dallas marketing area. The competi- tors must meet all UD Graduate School of Management (GSM) admission requirements to receive a scholarship. Employees of UD and their children are not eligible to submit an entry. Contenders for the scholarship can enter in two ways, either by going online to www.mavs.com and filling out an application and submitting their essay, or by mailing their essay to: Dallas Mavericks, Attn: Brock Maiser, 2900 Taylor Street, Dallas, Texas, 75226. Each contestant is allowed only one entry. The w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

December 8, 2004 The University News 5 News Theft of slide projector upsets art professors, senior exhibition by Nancy George Contributing Writer A slide projector stolen from a senior thesis exhibition infuriated art professors and jeopardized the exhibition, art professors said. Theft occurred between 11:55 a.m. andl2:40 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, Capt. Charlie Steadman, campus safety supervisor, said. The projector was valued at $60. "I was furious," Philip Shore, sculpture professor and advisor for senior Micael Duran, creator of the project, said when he heard of the theft. "Someone's efforts, concerns were just randomly violated without any thought as to the reflection on the student or the university. It's terrible." Duran used 11 projectors to show his artwork through water onto a screen for his senior thesis. "The thesis exhibition is the end result of three semesters' work. I put countless hours into it," he said. Lyle Novinki, art professor and art department chair, said, "The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 December 2004

0 December 8, 2004 The University News News New feminism needed to counteract false ideology propagated by Planned Parenthood founder, alumna says by Therese Bart Contributing Writer The feminism of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, does not really liberate women, Angela Franz Franks, UD alumna, said last week in a talk titled Margaret Sanger and Eugenics. Rather, her feminism seeks to destroy what is essentially feminine—namely female fertility John Schuler/University News Angela Franz Franks, UD alumna, said the ideology behind Planned Parenthood distorts a woman's feminity, in a speech at UD last week. Franks is currently working on her doctoral dissertation at Boston College. "Sanger thought women were oppressed, not by sexist societal structures and attitudes, but by their own physiology "They [women] had to be liberated from themselves, from the demands of their own bodies," Franks said. In Sanger's view, birth control serves to "normalize" the female body by rem...

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