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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 14 September 2005

The University News September 14, 2005 13 Sports Cross Country Report: Yates breaks record at Tri nrty Invi tationa by Coach R. L. Frey CON 1 RIByTING WRIT ER In the Trinity Invitational cross country meet in San Antonio on Sept. 3, Elena Yates broke a long-stading record for women's distance races. The men's and women's cross country teams shuffled in the 2005 season at the ultra-competitive seven (men) and eighth (women) team Trinity Invitational. The men finished seventh, but the inexperienced team flashed their potential in the five-mile race. Freshman Chris Ojeda led the men's harriers with an impres- sive time of30:09 to finish 26th in the contest. Upperclassmen Kris Buy 3 Get 1 FREE! Offer good until October 31, 2005. Visit The Rathskeller to get your Frappuccino Fix! For a limited time - buy three get one free! ( Great with a dozen Fresh Baked BITES ) % Dining Services © 2005 ARAMARK Corporation, All rights reserved. Starbucks, the Starbucks logo and Frappuccino are tTmmarin...

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

14 September 14, 2005 The University News Sports Eagles May Be Poised For A Super Bowl Run, But... FALCONS WILL TAKE NFC SUPERBOWL SPOT NFL Preview, continued: (Sorry to those of you who used last year's sports section as Cliff Notes for Oliver Twist.) by Robert Hartie SPORTS EDITOR NFC NORTH chicago bears AAAAAH it's ah ... it's ah no prablem Bab, just havin' another heart attack. And ah ... how many heart attacks does that make for you now? AAAH, that'd be a baker's dozen Bab. A baker's dozen is more than twice the number of games da Bears will win this season. It was bad enough that Rex Gross- man was their starting quarterback, but his season ending injury forces rookie Kyle Orton into the starting role. The Bears will have a decent running game with Thomas Jones and former UT standout Cedric Ben- son battling for carries, as well as a solid defense anchored by MLB Brian Urlacher. U nfortu nately for the Bears, they are a team very similar to the Redskins, except instead of Patr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 14 September 2005

The University News September 14, 2005 15 Sports Hoggies put forth strong showing against TCU, SMU by Ted Smith CONTRIBUTING WRITER This weekend the Southern Methodist University rugby team hosted a round-rob- in tournament for our UD Groundhogs and Texas Chris- tian University. The games were partitioned into 25-minute sec- tions, with each team playing the other teams twice. UD met first with SMU. After much effort by both teams, junior Daniel Torres was able to make a try after a penalty ten meters from the try-line. In their second meet- ing with SMU, however, UD was unable to stop their foes from scoring a try of their own. As neither team made their conversion kick, the final score was 5-5. The Hoggies' play against TCU had a much more favor- able outcome. UD dominated both halves of this game, with scoring from R.J. Karas, Na- than Rizzo, and Nick Wignall and a final score of 19-0. Assistant coach joel Makus was particularly impressed with the play of the team's freshmen rugg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

BJ N IVERSITY&N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 3 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 21, 2005 Review of the Core Curriculum proposed by Mary Chadwick ■ news editor Dean Charles Eaker announced at the first University of Dallas Faculty Senate Meeting of the 2005-2006 school year that he plans to review the Constantine College Core curriculum. Dean Eaker asked for the Senate's coun- sel at the Sept. 5 meeting. Not surprisingly, the Dean heard many different opinions from Senate members; three main arguments were made, which Dr. Scott Crider, Senate Secretary recorded in the Senate meeting's minutes: "Argument 1: The Core is a precious thing—valued by alum- ni—and at this moment (after instability under the last regime and during a capital campaign), we should not jump to change the core; instead, we should review it, as is our responsibility, and such a review should be principled, historically informed, and de- liberate. Argument 2: The Core is strong enough to withstand cri-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

2 September 21, 2005 The University News News Campus Safety Report Hie following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety Between Saturday, Sept. 4, 2005 and Friday, Sept. 16, 2005: Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005 at 12:20 PM - The Campus Safety Office received a report of a sick student in Catherine Hall. Irving Fire Department Paramedics were called to campus. The student refused transportation to a local hospital. Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2005 at 05:29 PM - A University employee reported the stereo from he car was taken while parked in Lot A. A report was filed with the Irving Police Department. Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005 at 11:43 PM - Two UD students climbed the fence to use the Tennis courts after the gates to the area had been locked for the evening. The students were escorted from the area. Wednesday, Sept. 14,2005 at 07:05 PM - A student reported being harassed by a former boyfriend. The incident was forwarded to Student Life for the issuance of a "Persona Non Grata" letter....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

The University News September 21, 2005 3 News from Conversion on page 1 stained glass, and a nice altar with altar rails. It was very nice and I went to Eucharist a cou- ple of times and they also had a very good liturgy. I decided to be an Episcopalian. As soon as I was confirmed, I went into the priest's office, and told him I wanted to be a priest. He said, 'You're 18 years old and you can't enter the seminary until you're 24, so relax and get a degree Powell said. Powell switched from inter- national banking to philosophy and got his degree. Still too young to enter the seminary, he went to graduate school. "I went to graduate school and studied literature and all the "isms": feminism, Marx- ism, post-modernism, decon- structionalism. I was in heaven because it looked like philoso- phy and I wasn't having to read novels," he said. "Unfortunate- ly, I became more involved in what St. Paul calls, 'the empty and seductive philosophies.' I lost my faith. "I became what one of my goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

^^^September^2J^2005^he^Unhmrsity^New^ Commentary (meaning) Staff Editoria "consult a plienonienologist for more details Look at materialism matter- of-factly When confronted by the sobering phi- losophy of Lucretius that the universe is dictated by the random collision of atoms, UD students tend to squirm. At least they invariably do so in Fr. Lehrberger's Phi- losophy of God class. Every day that the Roman thinker's Rerun) Naturum is discussed, at least one student asks the question, "If I believed this, why wouldn't I slit my wrists? Why wouldn't I jump off the nearest bridge?" Fr. James evenly responds for the fiftieth time that knowledge of a bitter fact is not bitter in itself, but calming, bringing about a peace and tranquility that will allow one to focus on honorable pursuits like academic investigation. While the realization that God and the afterlife are merely superstitions brought about by fear, as Lucretius claims, would certainly be jarring for believers, whether or n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

The University News September 21, 2005 Commentary mu /Aee-T A teL.iva.iidt, To \JX>. Tophi & fne^r t>Af tHF >&... -H^V G/n1 exo, WJW* uP&Jnft rae" skirt? I'li TOST TRY 1^6 TO Fir \M WiTH "70# Of ~mer peopur I x bought Y<3u m, c\ser of sft>grr. if you uoMT fO fit" YoU ^£fT&(L sM.r akri^e. (&/ W ■ ?> ulW5 ' W"f USD Will Frank & Joseph Byrd for The University News Letters to the Editor Letters Policy The University News invites letters on all subjects; however, we will not print unsigned submissions. Letters must be received in the newsroom or at udnews@udallas.edu before 5pm on Thursday for consideration 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. Not all submissions merit publication. LETTER FROM: Tommy Heyne SG PRESIDENT "Vocation is where your greatest joys meet the world's greatest n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

Q September 21, 2005 The University News Feat by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR w hen one thinks about the "great" sports movies of all time, a few come to mind: Hoosiers, Field of Dreams, The Natural, etc. The problem that I have is that all the "great" sports movies deal with major sports: baseball, basketball, football, and so on. But what about those of us who prefer not-so major sports? I decided to do a little research, and made a list for those of you who have slightly more random preferences with regard to sports films. OVERTHETOP: Where would a sports movie list be without Sylvester Stallone? No, I'm not talking about Rocky, but rather Lincoln Hawk, adivorced truck driver fighting for the love and affection of his only son Michael, played by David Mendenhal! (no doubt lurking in the bathroom of a North Hollywood bar as we speak) whom he walked out on when Michael was young. You may ask yourself, how could an adolescent boy not adore his father when his father is a truck driver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

The University News September 21, 2005 7 URES v.^7^ LADYBUGS: The second time Jonathan Brandis appears on our list, he stars as a standout soccer player. Why is a movie about soccer on a list of "lesser-known" sports? Because this is not a movie about regular soccer, but rather the rarely seen sport of transvestite soccer. Brandis' mom is being courted by a man named Chester Lee, played by legendary half-wit Rodney Dangerfield, Lee is desperate for a promotion at work, and agrees to coach a girl's soccer team, one of whose players is the boss's daughter. The problems which arise are that Lee knows nothing about soccer, the team is wretched, and the only way he can get his promotion is if the team has a winning season. Wooooops, that Rodney Dangerfield sure knows how to get into a pickle. Enter Matthew, played by Brandis. Matthew is the son of Lee's love affection and just happens to be a standout soccer player. Lee comes up with the wacky idea of dressing up Matthew as a girl and ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

8 September 21, 2005 The University News Sports A Different Breed Heads Out the Door, seudo ans to ollow by Alan Saweris CONTRIBU1ING WRI1'ER You're not going to be getting any comparisons of the Patriots dynasty with Dickens or Chaucer here. Quite frankly I do not think there is any possible way to even relate the two. I use sports to es- cape the stress of schoolwork, not combine it. The good news for you is that A Different Breed O' Sports is gone forever. Sports should be written within the realm that it belongs, and that realm does not include Lit Trad. Something's been bothering me since the last time I had a publica- tion in this paper and I need to get it off my chest. What bothers me is the growing existence of what I like to call "pseudo-fans." Pseudo- fans are people who act like they are gung ho about a team but don't really follow or know anything about that team at all. In my opinion, fans keep up at all times with the happenings of their team. Through good times and b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

The University News September 21, 2005 Arts & Entertainment Heaven, Lord Top 'oisonous Venom, Cloying folks by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Just Like Heaven (wide re- lease) is a better chick flick than most, a spooky romantic comedy in the tradition of Topper and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Pleasantly rumpled Mark Ruf- f alo plays David, a gloomy fellow who sublets an apartment that appears to be haunted by the ghost of its former occupant Elizabeth (Reese Witherspoon). She is (or was) a work-obsessed surgeon who was involved in a terrible car crash. As the initially antagonistic duo join forces to find out what happened to her, they naturally grow interested in one another. But Elizabeths disembodied con- dition seems an insurmountable obstacle to a real romance. The twist that the script takes to overcome this problem isn't very sharp, but the stars are an engaging pair, and the support- ing cast includes some able far- ceurs like Donal Logue and John Heder (from Napoleon Dynamite). Logue ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

J_0 September 21, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment DD Mall:' he Unexpected by Glencora Cowan and Kate Ramsay CONTRIBUTING WRITERS As one strolls down the long paved red brick walkway known as the the UD mall, a lingering voice may be heard sweetly singing a Shakespear- ean sonnet. Ahh, how lovely! Yay for wonderful and pretty language. Oh, but wait: if you take a glance at the singer, you'll soon notice that the attire she wears isn't quite as sweet, Awwww, how sad...if only Shakespeare had written a few sonnets on the "wreckful siege" of tapered jeans and long skirts. The UD campus is obvi- ously by no means a fashion hub where social gatherings depend upon the new article of clothing you just bought from Neiman Marcus. Of course not; we're for the cul- tivation of liberal minds, man, But, c'mon...seriously, y'all, that can't mean that you jump straight out of bed and hop on over to class in the same jeans you've been wearing for a week—even if you have febreezed t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

The University News September 21, 2005 \ j_ Arts & Entertainment Nastier Sculpture Center home to Borofsky colectkm by Sharon Salmon A&E EDITOR The Nasher Sculpture Center is home to a permanent collec- tion of seven sculptures by the innovative and imaginative artist Jonathan Borofsky. These seven samples of Borof- sky's multitudinous works of art represent a variety of themes and inspirations on which the artist has drawn throughout his career. "White Flying Figure With Numbers" (1984), a sculpture created from acrylic, ink, and sealer on a urethane cast, reveals Borofsky's obsession with num- bers. The soaring white figure is covered with hundreds of num- bers written in black ink. In a Spring 2002 interview with Ann Curan, editor of Carn- egie Mellon Mag- azine (the artist's alma mater)> Borofsky stated, "numbers are like God. They connect us all to- gether in a way nothing else does. Like magic." Borfosky went on to explain how his fixation with numbers began.I was a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 21 September 2005

12 September 21, 2005 The University News Back Page THE WEEK OF: September 21 st Wednesday 21 •APO Meeting Anselm Hall 7p,m, • Crusaders for Life meeting Upstairs Haggar 9p,m, •Tae Kwon Do Club Haggar Cafe 8-9p.m. tlnirsday 22nd • Bilbo Baggins' Birthday Party & Fellowship of the Ring viewing, refreshments provided O'Connell Lounge 7p.m. • Hip-Hop Dance Party TGIT 9-12a.m, rd friday 23 Jaws Swim 9-llp.m. UD Pool th Saturday 24 Silent auction 5-7p.m. Haggar Foyer Beach Volleyball Tournament Sunday 25 th Silent auction 10-7p.m. Haggar Foyer Family Day 10-2p.m. UD Mall $10 per child or $30 per family of four New Student Mass Cistercian Abbey 7:30p.m, nionday 26th • Airband 9-llp.m. Haggar Veranda $2 entry fee, beer $2 • Tae Kwon Do Club Haggar Cafe 8-9p,m. tuesday 27 th • Faculty Talent Show 7:30-9:30p.m. Rathskeller $2 entry fee STAFF PICKS: Favorite psycliadelic paintings on campus ft J h V 1 Both paintings can be found in Gorman Lecture Center.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 September 2005

BJ N IVERSITY&N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 4 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 28, 2005 SPUD invites renowned artist to perform at TGIT by Mary Chadwick N Wf i D, World-renowned musician and songwriter Matt Maher will be performing at the University of Dallas Rathskeller during the Oct. 6 TGIT. Maher is recog- nized as one of the most popular and acclaimed Catholic artists in the country. A worship leader and youth minister out of St. Timothy's Parish in Meza, AZ, Maher has released two albums over the past three years, both of which received critical acclaim. In 2002 Maher played for the late Pope John Paul II at the Toronto World Youth Day. Also in 2002 a Christian pop singer received a Grammy nomination for the "Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year," Ma- her helped compose the songs for the album. In 2003, he received a "Best New Artist of the Year" Unity award from the United Catholic Music and Video As- sociation. Popular among the charismatic Catholic y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 September 2005

2 September 28, 2005 The University News News News m brief Fall Career Fair invites all students and alumni interested in seeking internships or full- time employment to stop by Maher Athletic Center, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 4-7 p.m. with several updated resumes. Students are encouraged to visit the Career Development Center in Carpenter for help with writing or updating their resumes. Some of the employers attending will be Ameriprise Financial, Dallas ISD, Dallas Metrocare, MOL Logistics, and Sigma Iota Epsilon. Unmasking Apocalyptic Texts: A Proclamation of Hope lecture and book signing will be held Friday, Oct. 28, 7 p.m. in the Art History Auditorium. Sr. Dorothy Jonaitis, Dominican Sister from Grand Rapids, ML, analyzes the apocalyptic texts found in the First and Second Testaments and connects the apocalyptic theme to the Advent season. All interested should call 972-721-5105 to RSVP. Phi Beta Kappa is looking for students who would like to present a paper, exhibit art or photogra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 September 2005

The University News September 28, 2005 3 News Campus sponsored retreat encourages freshmen by Mary Chadwick news ed'For. Twenty-six freshmen and 18 sophomore, junior, and senior peer ministers attended the 2005 University of Dallas Freshman Retreat hosted by UD's Campus Ministry The retreat was held at the Catholic Conference and Formation Center in Dallas Sept. 9 to Sept. 11. Plans for the retreat began in February of 2005 and were worked on throughout the sum- mer by Campus and Peer Minis- ters. The retreat included Mass, The Liturgy of the Hours, a Pen- ance Service, a Sunrise Rosary, Exposition of the Blessed Sacra- ment, and Peer Talks. UD seniors Alex Thais and Sarah Erickson, junior Stephanie Cain, and sophomore Joe Hieckl were among those who spoke at the retreat. "The theme of the retreat was 'Dive into the Body of Christ at UD,' and the talks were about how students can truly live and become the Body of Christ," explained a peer minister, Alaina Zachmann, junior. "The mini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 September 2005

^^September^28^2005^The^Umversity^ News from International on page 1 the US that has a pre-MBA pro- gram. Students become familiar with the Dallas area, and because UD also offers an MBA degree, they don't have to move elsewhere to finish their studies. I've asked students what they like about America, and mostly they say the large spaces, or the friendliness of Americans. When I ask what they like about their own countries they often say, 'the food,' Bradizza said. It's very difficult to pick up a second language and it's no less difficult for foreign students then it is for Americans. So more often then not, we see steady progress instead of sudden and dramatic improvement. There is no magic bullet to learn language, he said. English has certain problems for foreign students because of its irregularities in pronunciation and construction. But it also has great virtues. It's a very technical language that is very widely spo- ken. It's a language of business and international commer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 September 2005

The University News September 28, 2005 Commentary Staff Editorial Campus charm apparent upon reflection One can find plenty of students who take pride in UD's classical education, per- capita drinking, and almost universal knowledge of Roman metro stops (among up- perclassmen). But, finding someone to defend the appear- ance of the UD campus is much more dif- ficult. At first glance, many look around and spout harsh responses. // The UD Campus? Ugh. Ugly. The dorms are like soviet barracks. The walls are the color of mud. As if there was not enough mud already due to the aggressiveness of the sprinkler system. // And what about the interior? So dim. And the lamps in the chapel look like that second grade science project when we put the flashlight in the hole-punched coffee-can to project a constellation on the wall. // And Irving! Have you seen Highway 183, that mixture of faded neon signs and car dealerships? // Have you seen those cheap motels with the personality confusion that c...

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