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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 April 2005

12 April 13, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Current and Upcoming Art Exhibits in the D/FW Area The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art Pairings: artists' selections from the Dallas Museum of Art Artists exhibit their art alongside the works that inspired them April 9, 2005 - June 11,2005 A Nod to Nature & Audubon Texas Phillip Van Keuren's nature photography April 8, 2005 - June 11, 2005 Student tickets cost $5 with ID, but the Dallas Contemporary is free on Tuesdays and Saturdays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. www. r. thecontemporary. net Nasher Sculpture Center Da-vid Smith; drawing and sculpting works from a famous American sculptor, painter, and draftsman April 16, 2005 - July 17, 2005 Student tickets cost $5 with ID www.NasherS culptureCenter. o rg Kinibell Art Museum Palace & Mosque: Islamic Art from the Victoria and Albert Museum Islamic art collection on a first time loan from a famous London museum April 3, 2005 - September 4, 2005 Student tickets cost $4 with s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 April 2005

April 13, 2005 The University News 13 Arts & Entertainment Senior drama directors prepare for studio p lays Intro by John Kersting „ , , r — On the weekend or Contr ibuting Writer April 29-30 comes a fresh batch of senior studios performed in UD's own Margaret Jonsson Theater. While one may have preconcieved notions about conventional theater—the kind of theater where one pays $6 to be bombarded by sex and violence in a shameless, even proud, manner—I'm talking real, live, wholesome performances—well—relatively wholesome, and free. Did I mention free? How? When? Where? Wait, just keep reading. Believe it or not, such a Socratic good does exist in the form of senior studios. Right now, actors drawn from UD's own student body are undergoing an arduous rehearsal process in prepa- ration to give their audience a taste of greatness. Clarw. Murder and Memory Clara, by Arthur Miller, presents a seemingly simple situation. The lights come up on a murder scene. Clara Kroll (Mar- garet Ab...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 April 2005

14 April 13, 2005 The University News Sports Appreciating an American classic Most 10-year- old boys do not like reading poetry. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to get a 10-year-old boy to admit that he enjoyed reading books at all. Certainly I was no exception to these general truths. But if you would have asked the 10-year-old me what my favorite poem was, I would have answered without any hesitation, Casey at the Bat. I would have said Casey at the Bat for the simple reason that it was the only poem I had memo- rized. (Now the poem is a muddle in my head and I have to look on the Internet to see what my favorite lines were.) "From the benches, black with people, there went up a muffled roar, "Like the beating of the storm- waves on a stern and distant shore." Coming after Casey's first strike, these show you just how important Casey's at bat is to these fans. Did Ernest Thayer mean for you to read an anapest in the first foot of these two lines, or did he mean for you to read ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 April 2005

April 13, 2005 The University News 15 Sports al. State snaps Crusaders win streak at five Mike Hasson Jacob Rhodes/Contributor Junior Coleman Moore rears back to pitch in Sunday's game against California State (Hayward). Despite jumping out to an early 5-0 lead, the Crusaders lost the third game of the series, 8-5. The visiting Pioneers swept the Crusaders in the three-game series. For a closer look at game two, read the article to the right. Contributing Writer The Crusaders dropped their second game in as many days to California State University (Hay- ward), 8-3, Saturday, April 9- The Pioneers had just snapped the Crusaders' five-game winning streak the day before in the first game of the three-game series. Described by several UD play- ers as a "perennial top-25 team" and "powerhouse," the Pioneers looked the part as they took control in the early innings of game two. UD's starting pitcher, sopho- more John Elwis, was forced from the game in the third inning. The damage began wi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 April 2005

16 April 13, 2005 The University News Back Page z^iYour Daily CALENDAR April 13-19 ednesday 13th • Pre-MBA Graduation, noon to 1:30 p.m. in Haggar Dining Room • Softball home game against Letourneau University, doubleheader beginning 4 p.m. hursday 14th • TGIT, 9 p.m. to midnight in the Rat F riday 15th • Presidential Reception for incoming freshmen • Serve a meal at the Dallas Life Foundation, 4:30-7 p.m. Sign up in Campus Ministry. • Bradford Debate on How are symbols in art identified and what do they signify? featuring Lyle Novinski, art department chair, and H. Reed Armstrong, internationally known artist specializing in sculpture, 7 p.m. in the art history auditorium Saturday 16th • Crusaders for the Community, morning and afternoon shifts at Marrillac Social Center, Holy Cross parish, or St. Joseph's Residence. Sign up in Campus Ministry. • Baseball home game against Rust College, doubleheader beginning noon • Shakespeare Symposium on The Winter's Tale, featuring Dr. Scott Cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

Universit Palla% ews Volume XXXIV, Number 22 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas April 20, 2005 - on r students win ulbright by Andrew Nik Contributing Writer Seniors Jennifer Cantrell, Ei- leen Lee, Stephanie Rhinehart, and Nick Wittich recently won the German Fulbright Teaching Assistantship award. This award, administered by the Institute for International Education, is "a benchmark for academic excellence," Dr. Hella Hennessee, modern languages department chair, said. The award gives the recipient a position as a teaching assistant in Germany for one year with a monthly stipend. The students will work 10 to 12 hours a week teaching Eng- lish conversation to German students. In their spare time, stu- dents will be free to do what they choose and to learn more about Germany, its language, its culture, and its literature. In order to win this prestigious award, applicants were required to have a strong academic record (GPA of 3-5 or higher is recom- mended) and significant back- gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News News Editor in Chief Jodi Dickens Eric Martinez News Editor Lincy George Assistant News Editors Katie Scharber Michelle Moran Commentary Editor Margaret Ballard Arts & Entertainment Editor Justin Leland Sports Editor Zach Czaia Photo Editor John Schuler Business Manager Anton Hartmann Advertising Representatives Johnathon Aylor Christine Murphy 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. E-mail The University News at udnewsl @yahoo.com To advertise in The University News, call (972) 721-4023 or fax query to (972) 721-4136. Ads must be submitted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News 3 News Travel CO NT FROM PAGE 1 Students take three more hours of classes that may include con- versation, functional Spanish for beginners, Mexican culture and history, and Latin American literature. All UD students must com- plete a project at the end of the semester to gain SLI credit. Host families house students in Mexico. Living with a Mexican family is an important part of the immersion program. Costs vary with the amount of time the student intends on staying. A student must stay at least four weeks in the immersion program. Dr. Francisco Iniguez, assistant modern languages professor, will leave with students May 15. Limited space is still available in the Spanish abroad program. No more than 25 students will travel to Mexico this year. An informational meeting took place Monday. "Studying abroad is a wonder- ful experience to be in contact with another culture," Sanchez said. courtesy Marcey Hoelting Above left: Senior Marcey Hoelting and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

4 April 20, 2005 The University News News Education honor society inducts 15 new members Nu Kappa, UD's chapter of the education honor society Kappa Delta Pi, initi- ated the following 15 students last week for their scholarship. Jennifer B. Jordan, post baccalaureate student Morgan T. May, post baccalaureate student Rebecca G. Winstead, post baccalaureate student Anna B. Aguilar, post baccalaureate student Stacey C. Hamilton, junior Cara A. Vaughn, junior Luis E. Lightle, senior Elizabeth A. Cross, junior MaryAnne Heal, senior Krista D. Raef, junior Susanna R. Vinson, junior Lauren N. Williams, senior Alexandra Herrera, senior Dr. Cherie Clodfelter, education department chair, installed the Nu Kappa officers for 2005-06: graduate James Tiggeman—president; senior John Hill—vice presi- dent; senior Cathy Dunn—secretary; Catherine Haaser, UD teaching certification officer—treasurer; graduate Susanna Taitte—historian; junior Elizabeth Cross and senior MaryAnne Heal—social chairs; Barba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News 5 News for better, for worse „M(l death do us part annulments Vatican seeks to remedy rise in annulments by Dan Wilson Contributing Writer The Holy See issued revised annulment procedures in Febru- ary and urged tribunal boards to apply rules more stringently Titled Dignity of Marriage, the 111-page guide is the work of Vatican courts and departments concerned with defending au- thentic teaching on marriage. The guidelines took nearly 10 years to compile and are based on the Church's 1983 code of canon law Vatican officials said the rules are designed to make it easier to determine whether an annulment should be granted. Annulment procedures must not, even in appearance, contribute to matri- mony's decline. "In the context of a divorce mentality, even canon annulment cases can be easily misunderstood, as if they were nothing more than ways to obtain a divorce with the blessing of the Church," Cardinal Julian Herranz, head of the Pon- tifical Counci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

0 April 20, 2005 The University News News Professor defends G.K. Chesterton's conversion G.K. Chesterton, early 19th century British journalist greets a young fan. 355 www.dur.ac.uk i m by Kathleen Fedornak Contributing Writer Dr. Susan Hanssen, assistant history professor, denounced decades-old "misinterpretations" about early 19th century British journalist and cultural icon, G.K. Chesterton, and his conversion to Catholicism to a group of around 15 UD students last week. Titled, The Wildness of Domesticity: G.K. Chesterton and the Way Home, Hanssen's lecture criticized those scholars who categorize Ches- terton alongside other British Catholic converts, such as John Henry Newman, Evelyn Waugh, and Graham Greene. Hanssen said most other Brit- ish converts took much more anguished paths to conversion than did G. K. Chesterton, "the British lion." "Any reader of Chesterton is immediately struck by the sense that, while the imagination of a Waugh or a Greene might have been charged p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News "J News Habitat or Humanity solicits help from students by Issac Fuller Contributing Writer Dallas Area Habitat for Hu- manity associates gave a pre- sentation on their activities in Dallas county during Dinner & Discourse last week. Purpose of the visit was to gauge the UD student body's interest in participating in future building projects, both through fundraising and construction. The plan discussed at the meet- ing involved the organization's plan for the development of funds. Procuring funds can be achieved through donations from the Church diocese, private com- panies, alumni, other social orga- nizations, and students. If UD is able to raise enough money to buy the piece of prop- erty and various household sup- plies, a house could be built early next fall semester and completed during the annual Charity Week events in October. Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical organization and has, since its founding in 1976, raised more than $2 bi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

8 April 20, 2005 The University News Feat by Lincy George News Editor Word of mouth. This traditionally disparaged source of information is, for many UD students, a decision-making tool when it comes to choosing professors. UD students reported using news gleaned from each other about pro- fessors to decide whether or not to take a specific course with a certain professor, what to anticipate in the course, and even how to prepare for it. Recently the traditionally dispar- aged, yet much-relied-upon, activity has gone online. About 100 UD professors have been rated and reviewed by anonymous UD students at www. RateMyProfessors.com Senior Stephanie Rhinehart said she usually relies on conversations with peers to help make decisions about course registration; but hav- ing recently been introduced to the website, she said she would like to participate in the online review system. "I thought it [the website] was funny and incredibly entertaining. It was easy to use. I would like to post ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News URES "hotness factor." "I am not sure what that category could mean," he said. Rhinehart, however, expressed a special liking for the "hotness factor" category. So far, 12 UD professors have a received a "hot" rating. Senior Abe Frank expressed dis- satisfaction with the presentation of the hotness factor. "I think more emphasis needs to be put on the hotness factor. If that was the case, I would be more in- clined to visit the website," he said. Junior Chris Stehno said the web- site could be improved by adding a category or a rating that indicates the professor's teaching style. "The website is a good first place to start [when registering for courses]. One can check it out and see what other people have said. But the web- site is a l ittle restrictive. There ought to be different ratings indicating that such and such professor works well with students who have audio or vi- sual learning styles or a combination of both. Another category should be...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

10 APril 20, 2005 The University News Features Lending helping nan ds: Crusaders f or the C ommunity Clockwise from top: Junior Kate Harkins and sophomore Aiyssa Briggs help with yardwork at Holy Cross Parish. Sophomore Mark Still fills a trash can with weeds and clippings at Holy Cross. Junior Eli Danze shovels dirt to fill holes in the grounds of Holy Cross Parish. PS Last Saturday, 32 students, alumni, and staff members from UD gave their time and energy to the Dallas community in which they live and work. Volunteers at Holy Cross Parish, sister parish of the Church of the Incarnation, performed various projects on the grounds, including weeding, picking up trash, and general clean-up. At Marillac Social Center, a branch of Catholic Charities, volunteers painted the restrooms in the daycare. Those who spent the afternoon with residents of St. Joseph Residence, a Catholic retire- ment home, played Bingo, visited, and sang songs. Crusaders for the Community, for- merly called Unive...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News H Sports Le ourneau defeats UD in so: tball doubleheader by Mike Hasson Contributing Writer The Crusaders lost at home to the LeTourneau Yellow Jackets 12-3 in the first game of a double header Wednesday evening. Coming off two straight wins against Austin College just two days earlier, the UD women had momentum and confidence. In the first inning, the Crusad- ers demonstrated clean fielding and strong throwing, putting the Yellow Jackets down in order. The ball never left the infield. On offense, they picked up right where they left off from Austin College. Sophomore Nikki Sassenus lined a pitch off the pitcher's leg and beat the throw for the first hit of the game. But the Crusad- ers^ next batter hit into a fielders choice, and the inning ended when a deep fly ball to right field was caught on the run. In the second inning, the team caught several unlucky breaks. The first batter appeared to ground out to sophomore third baseman Jen- nifer Massi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

12 April 20, 2005 The University News 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, length,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News 13 Commentary Modernity necessitates environmentalism by Joseph Dartez Guest Columnist In response to Tom Ranieri's article in the April 13 News: It seems to me that one of the main critiques against environ- mentalism (that humanity is supe- rior) has an essential flaw in it: it is an old argument. As a Catholic speaking to other Catholics, I will presume the tenet of the do- minion of man is not in question here, so I will not argue either for or against it. My main concern is what exactly that tenet means. To be a medieval and argue that man has dominion, so he is entitled to cut down some trees and mine some iron to make his swords and hous- es, is no problem. In the minds of the medievals, nature was a thing of untouchable strength. Man had no hopes of subduing such a great force, so chopping a few trees was a drop in the ocean. None of this applies anymore. Modernity has taken our notion of nature as a gentle giant and turned it into a demon ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

14 April 20, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Amityville refurbished horror, Dot strains to fill in blanks by FS Movie Reviewer The remake of 1979's haunted- house movie The Amityville Horror (wide release), which in turn was based on a supposedly non-fiction bestseller about a fam- ily tormented by ghostly forces after moving into an old Long Island mansion, improves on its admittedly awful predecessor in a couple of respects. The special effects are much better, of course, and it's substantially shorter (89 minutes as opposed to 118). But the narrative (which fam- ily members later admitted was essentially a fabrication) comes across more than ever as a low-rent variant of The Shining, with the father being gradually driven by the evil in the house to a murder- ous rage against his wife and three stepchildren. The message the poor guy keeps receiving—"Kill them all"—even seems like a less imaginative version of Stephen King's "Redrum." Ryan Reyn- olds, moreover, p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 April 2005

April 20, 2005 The University News 15 Arts & Entertainment David Smith exhibit opens at Nasher Sculpture enter Art Review by Justin Leland A&E Editor An exhibition of the works of American sculptor and draftsman David Smith opened last Saturday at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. The two-floor exhibit includes works that range from Smiths earliest sketches in high school to his latest and greatest works in the 1960s. Smith is typically best known for his sculptural cubi series—a large collection of polished metal cube and cylindrical sculptures in various arrangements. Working as a welder for much of his life, Smith naturally looked for ways to blend his working methods into art, and he became a pioneer in constructive metalworking methods. While there are a few selected works from his cubi series cur- rently on display at the Nasher, the exhibition primarily focuses on Smiths talent for translating his two-dimensional sketches and paintings into three-dimensional scul...

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