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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

rsity News Features September 26, 2001 9 's quest for justice turns miniature replica of his own cardboard cutout of Wayne with a fortune cookie message attached: "You will see old friends soon." "Everybody in my apartment got roused up," Chism said. He and his roommates took off on a running chase and tackled the messenger. They found an old friend - but it was not John Wayne. It was Ashley Smith. Even under attack, however, she denied stealing the cutout. "I know not where John Wayne is," Smith said later. "I cannot even tell you the exact day it was stolen." Smith even provided an alibi. "I might have been at the airport picking up Mike Toohey. It's very possible," she said. So why did she run? "Shannon and I, being the creative people we are, thought it would be a nice surprise for Ryan," she said. "It was supposed to be a surprise!" Audley, a biochemistry major, was "insulted" by al- legations of her own involvement as well. "I'm in four labs. Do I have time for a kind of rucku...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

September 26, 2001 Features The University News K continued from pg. 10 suspect has been identified," LeMire said. He regretted any lack of attention Campus Safety may have given the case earlier. "Even if we may not think it's that much of a loss, our opinion doesn't matter - it's the opinion of our customer." LeMire speculated whether the stolen Duke was roaming on campus. "Something like that is kind of hard to hide," he said. But there are many obstacles to performing a thor- ough investigation. "What we'd like to avoid is doing a room-to-room search," he said, noting that an extensive investigation would require the cooperation of Student Life. Off-campus residences, such as the "Old Mill" apartments, are out of Campus Safety's domain. Nonetheless, LeMire questions the integrity of off-campus residents. "I'd be curious to know how many traffic cones and street signs one can find in the abodes of Tower Village," he said. LeMire emphasized Chism's cooperation with Campus Safety i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

The University News Commentary September 12, 2001 1 1 Comforter.. .where is your comforting? Student reflects on mysterious nature of suffering, joy By Kevin Heller Staff Photographer On the evening of September 11th, I ran into my friend Amy Wadle. Actually, she sort of hol- lered after me. She asked me how I was doing - I said I was fine. Which I was. And I am. And I will be. But she said something else, too. She said, "I know how you get in these sorts of situations." And I smiled because it's funny sometimes how other people can see things about you that you can't see about yourself. So how do I get in these sorts of situations? I don't know exactly - you'll have to ask Amy. But she got me thinking. A lot. And a lot of that thinking generated questions. Those questions which I can con- ceive but not answer - and perhaps nobody can answer them - compel me to make them public in hopes that someone will read my feeble graspings, have some insight, and share it with me. In short, I ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

12 September 26, 2001 Commentary The University News EDITORIAL EDITORIAL BOARD Sarah Gaurit Thomas Watson Katherine Cook Janet Hendrickson LETTERS POLICY The University News invites letters on all subjects; how- ever, we will not print unsigned submissions. Letters must be received in the newsroom or at unews@acad.udallas. edu 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 submis- sions may be considered for publication as a separate COMMENTARY POLICY The University News is seeking articles for submission to the commentary page. Any subject or issue may be considered for a commentary topic, and anyone is welcome to submit a commentary, thoughThe University News especially encourages students, faculty, and administrators to participate. Articles should be well- written and thoughtful and be between 600 and 900 words in length.The University News reservesthe right to edit submissi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

The University News Commentary September 26, 2001 I 3 Romers can't be safe - Vegas offers com- prable situation to Rome Sester Jean Rekowski Guest Columnist We are all feeling the effects of the terrible events that recently occurred in New York, Wash- ington and Pennsylvania. Res- taurants find themselves empty during dinner hours, what few planes are flying are taking to the air: with ten or twenty percent of the seats filled. Hotels have entire floors of rooms vacant. Even the hotel capital of the world, Las Vegas, which usually enjoys 92% occu- pancy rates, is suffering with 58% of its rooms being empty. Here at UD, one group of students has been impacted a little more than the rest of us. Our Romers have seen their much-anticipated adventures of bouncing around Europe turned into the equivalent of the mili- tary's 'confined to quarters.' It seems to me that the Uni- versity is missing an opportunity to keep our students safe and still give them travel experience while patriotic...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

14 September 26, 2001 News The University News Italian club gathers to pray II rosario'on Wednesdays by Jeanna Harnisch Contributing Writer After a successful start last semester, the Italian club has decided to continue its weekly rosary in Italian Wednesday af- ternoons at 4:30 p.m. Last semester, students gath- ered at 3 p.m. on Fridays, but this time proved unsuccessful, in hopes of gaining more students this year, Dr. Dannah Edwards and professor Enrica Zocchi, professors of Italian, decided to have it on Wednesday before the evening Mass. They hoped this new time would be more convenient for students since it is before dinner and after classes. Dr. Edwards said the setting of a Catholic university, combined with the saying of the rosary and the beauty of the Italian language, gave her the idea. "We find it's a beautiful way to worship,"she said. Though the Catholic prayer is recited in Italian, not all the stu- dents or faculty who attend are Catholic or undestand Italian. "We...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 September 2001

September 19, 2001 1 he Last Page The University News "rammell Crow sculpture garden, alendar Asian art collection a visual feast ednesday 26th ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Field between Jerome and Gregory, 6 p.m. ♦ Open Anselm, Room 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Italian Club, rosary in Italian, 4:30 p.m. ♦ Amnesty International, Student Ac- tivities, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Crusaders for Life Meeting, Up- stairs Haggar, 9 p.m. ♦ Capp House with Soulful, Capp Bar, 9 p.m. ♦ Last Chance Lectur with Dr. Dougherty, Gorman Lounge, 3:30 p.m. T hursday 27th ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Field between Jerome and Gregory, 6 p.m. ♦ TGIT with Litmus, Rat, 9 p.m - midnight. F riday 28th ♦ Eucharistic Adoration 12:45-4:45 p.m. ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incar- na- tion, 11-11:45 a.m. Saturday 29th ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incar- na- tion, 4-4:45 p.m. ♦ Rugby vs. UTD, Catherine Field, 2 p.m. ♦ Beach Party, Volleyball Field, 11-4 p.m. ♦ Dallas Year to Dallas World Aquari- um ♦ Indiana Jones Trilogy, Student Ac- tivi- ties, starts 4 p....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Volume XXVI, Number 5 October 3, 2001 Charity Week to rustle up funds from students Dr. Norris pledges one dollar for each Amnesty letter written by Lincy P. George Contributing Writer Charity Week is full of creative ways to raise money for worthy causes, and Dr. John Norris'idea is no exception. Dr. Norris, theology professor and fac- ulty advisor of Amnesty International, has pledged to donate $ 1 to charity for every letter written for prisoners of conscience at the Amnesty International booth dur- ing Charity Week. Dr. Norris will give up to $1,000 for the cause, he said. In addition, Amnesty International president Cathy Watson has pledged $50 after the first 1000 letters. If successful, the fundraising endeavor would not only raise a large amount of money for worthy causes but also help people whose freedoms of speech, ex- pression and beliefs have been violated, Dr. Norris said. The plan was conceived by Dr. Norris, Wat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

October 3, 2001 News The University News S/^\s DAU^ The University News Co-Editors in Chief Thomas Watson Julie Danaher Commentary Editors Janet Hendrickson Katherine Cook Arts <$t Entertainment Editor Michael Lyons Feature Editor Bekki Johannes Sports Editor Jack Price Photo Editor Kevin Heller Advertising Manager Christy Collins Student Assistants Erin Pence Louis Shopen Editorial A dx'isers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek The University News is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas, 1845 E. Northgate #732, Irving, TX 75062. Subscriptions arc $20 a semester or $35 a year. To advertise in The University News, please call (972)721-5089 or fax query to (972) 721-4136. Ads must be submitted by Thursday at 5 p.m. for publication the following Wednesday. Junior explores papal works Theology of body dinner and discourse by Meghan Kuckelman Contributing Writer Speaking to a room filled beyond capacity, junior Nathan Castellanos spoke last Tuesday on what author Geor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News News October 3, 2001 Msgr. Milam Joseph: fisher of... fish President relates excitement of life-long pastime by Julie Danaher Co-Editor in Chief To most UD students, Msgr. Milam Joseph is the president of the university, and details about what he does in his free time are few if any at all. Visiting Rockfish, a seafood restaurant on MacArthur, a student would learn that Msgr. Joseph is known for more than be- ing the president of UD; he is also an avid fisherman. In the seating area, there is a mount of a fish and painted on the edges is a quote by Msgr. Joseph: "Fish, it's not just for Fridays anymore." Msgr. Joseph has never seen the mount, and was quite surprised when the restaurant called him asking permission to use his name. "They [the owners of Rockfish] called me when they opened and asked if they could put my name on a fish," he said. "Since then several people have men- tioned seeing it to me." Though fishing might seem a far cry from being president of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

^ October 3, 2001 Sports The University News Women s soccer team positive at halfway mark by Matt McGee Contributing Writer The Crusaders suffered their third loss of the season Tuesday at home, losing to Hardin-Simmons, 3-1. The defeat brings their season record to 5-3. Despite an early lead, it was Hardin-Sim- mons that scored three unanswered goals to end any possible Dallas comeback. UD began the match with great energy and aggressiveness,, resulting in the first goal of the game by Tiffany Barden in the 13th minute of play. Hardin-Simmons fought back quickly and countered with two goals in the first period and would then add another late in the second. The first half of the Crusaders' season was marked by a tough schedule that forced the ladies to step up their level of play. The Hardin-Simmons game, however, has left the ladies looking for answers to the future of a season that has been defined by key victories and tough losses. "This game will probably be a turning point in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News Sports October 3, 2001 ^ UD volleyball team stays strong at home by jack Price Sports Editor The UD volleyball team swept a tri- match with Southwestern Adventist Uni- versity and Mississippi College Friday at home, bringing its record to 8-11. The Crusaders have now won four of their last five matches, including four in a row at home. "I think we played great tonight," head coach Venera Flores said. "As a team the \ photo by Kevin Heller Sophomore Anne Hartman, who had six kills Friday, hits during a Crusader victory. girls have picked up their play, and we need to keep going in the right direction." UD needed just three games to beat both Southwestern Adventist (30-14, 30-26, 30-13) and Mississippi College (30-15, 30-16, 30-21). The Crusaders displayed confidence Fri- day, showing a consistent intensity through- out the games, keeping the opposition's comeback attempts at bay. Leading the UD attack were juniors Megan Hoffman and Nicole Taylor, who had 19 and 20...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

October 3, 2001 Sports The University News Hot Sports Opinion ordan s comeback puzzling this time v by Jack Price Sports Editor He's back. I guess when people use the phrase "I'm 99.9 percent sure," instead of just saying "I promise," you can tell they have something up their sleeve; they do not want anyone to be able to say they went back on their word that way. I will be honest, though. Michael Jordan did fool me this time. He did not fool me the first time. I saw his 1995 comeback com- ing from a mile away (Unfortunately, I also saw him try to play baseball). But, as everyone thought, the 1998 play- offs were too perfect of an exclamation point on a brilliant and transcendent ca- reer. He wisely bowed out on top, and everyone was disappointed but respected his decision. Remember, however, that it was our storybook ending against the Jazz in '98, not Jordan's. And it is his legacy to play with, not ours. After staying involved in the game and watching it from the owner's box, some...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News News October 3, 2001 11 A Worthy Cause i photo by Thomas Watson UD alumnus Ed Stanley, class of'65, joins other UD graduates to work the annual phonathon. Proceeds collected by callers go towards the annual fund that helps provide money for student scholarships. In recent years, support from alumni has increased dramatically. The phonathon, held in Jerome Lounge from 5:30- 9 p.m., began Sept. 30 and will continue through Oct. 14 (excluding Fridays and Saturdays). If you have any questions or would like " "heology of the body continued from pg. 2 teaches today, Castellanos said. Following the fall, Adam lost his pure love for God and could not give to Eve what he didn't have. He could no longer look on his wife only with the intention of loving as God loves. However, the story did not end there. Rather, "we see Jesus Christ, the bridegroom, giving himself up for his bride," Castel- lanos said. In today's society, Castellanos said, people should not repress their s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

12 October 3, 2001 Commentary The University News EDITORIAL Other social issues remain after attacks Three weeks after the event, the effects of the trag edy of Sept. 11 continue to grip our consciousness. They continue to dominate our headlines. And they should. Yet at the same time, other news has been pushed to the back pages. Issues that surfaced in the slow news period preceding the attacks, from racism to the death penalty, have not gone away for the victims they claim. Social problems still exist, though they may be ignored. The still-sliding economy will create problems on a scope that initial relief efforts cannot reach. In response, we first should not allow the world's other problems to escape from our consciousness. We must make an effort to look at the smaller headlines, to turn to the middle sections of the paper, and not allow the immediate tragedy to distract us from larger ongoing tragedies. We must remember other issues not just in thought but in action. Many nonpr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News Commentary October 3, 2001 13 Romers living a 'Greek Tragedy Greg Wolfe Guest Columnist After the events of Sept. 11, American universities with study abroad programs have undoubt- edly reevaluated the security of their students. UD has taken steps accordingly, which include ending the semester in November without any school trips or free travel days. The administration is rightly concerned about the now fewer than 80 students in Rome. I, however, do not share the administration's assessment of the security situation in Europe, and purpose a middle way. This idea was first put forth by my friend Court Wells during a conversation on the mall: If the faculty is willing to go to Flor- ence, Assisi, and Greece, then let the students in conjunction with their parents decide whether or not to go after classes are finished in November I would argue that our students and faculty are in as much danger now as they were before Septem- ber 11. Americans were targets before t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

The University News Commentary October 3, 2001 14 Romers can't be safe - Las Vegas offers comprable experience to Rome semester Jean Rekowski Guest Columnist We are all feeling the ef- fects of the terrible events that recently occurred in New York, Washington and Penn- sylvania. Restaurants find them- selves empty during dinner hours, what few planes are flying are taking to the air with ten or twenty percent of the seats filled. Hotels have entire floors of rooms vacant. Even the hotel capital of the world, Las Vegas, which usu- ally enjoys 92% occupancy rates, is suffering with 58% of its rooms being empty. Here at UD, one group of students has been impacted a little more than the rest of us. Our Romers have seen their much-anticipated adventures of bouncing around Europe turned into the equivalent of the military's 'confined to quarters.' It seems to me that the Uni- versity is missing an oppor- tunity to keep our students safe and still give them travel experience while patriot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

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