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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 October 2005

^he^University^News^Octo^ Commentary i Hurrahing in Harvest by Gerard Manley Hopkins SIP*- ; ' Summer ends now; now, 6ar6arous in 6eauty, the stools rise Around; up above, wfiat wind-wadis! what (ovefy 6efiaviour Of stiffs acP^clb uds! fias wiCder, -wiCfuC-wavier MeaC-drift moufdedever andmeCtedacross skies? I wal\ I fift up, I fift up heart, eyes, . <Down aCC that gCory in the heavens to glean our Saviour; And, eyes, heart, what hof{§, what dps yet gave you a <Rapturous Cove's greating ofreaCer, of rounder repCies? And the azurous hung hiCis are his worCd-wiefding shoufder Majestic, as a staffion stafwart, very-vioCet-sweet! - These things, these things were here and but the 6ehofder Wanting; which two when they once meet, The heart rears wings 6ofdand Solder And hurls for him, O haf hurls earth for him off under his feet. A Thoughtful Consideration of Seasonal Poetry A Time of Change by Kate Wolfe CONTRIBUTING WRITER If the paper has to take the poetry out of sports, I'll br...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 October 2005

|_(5 October 12, 2005 The University News Back Page THE WEEK OF: October 12 Wednesday 12th Pre-health Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Men's soccer vs. SAG U (away) tlmrsday 13th • TGIT in the Rat, 9-12 p.m. • Alternative Spring Break Informational Meeting, 7 p.m. friday 14th • FALL READING DAY • Men's Soccer vs. Wisconsin Lutheran College, 4 p.m. Saturday 15"' • Rosters due to the SALC for Intramural Co-ed Volley Ball • Classic Guitar Concert, "Tribute to Cervantes," 7p.m. • Dallas Year Shuttle to Mockingbird Station, 1p.m. la.m. Sunday 16 th nionday 17th Open Anselm tuesday 18 Deadline for UD Scholar submissions Dinner & Discourse Capp House Open Anselm th STAFF PICKS: Favorite No-Nonsense Columns Where: Holding up Anselm I am not Ionic. I am not Doric. I boast no frieze about my top. The spirit that painted the dorms that crushingly grayish beige color formed me too. I have no frills, nor do I desire them. I look like the cardboard tubing in a roll of toilet paper, but I am strong. I will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 7 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas October 26, 2005 Alumni panels provide guidance to UD students by Mary Chadvvick NEWS EDITOR University of Dallas Alumni and Career Development Offices saw a large turnout to the Alumni Panel titled No B.S.- How to enter the Professional World with Your UD Degree. The Oct. 21 Marketing/Pro- motion/Journalism panel, mod- erated by English professor Dr. Roper, consisted of five successful UD alumni and attracted 25 to 30 undergraduates. The panelists gave a brief syn- opsis of their current careers, how they landed their jobs, how UD prepared them in a unique way, and the bumps they had along the way. Every speaker was quick to mention that the ability to write well is key in any field of work. "I found that the skill of writ- ing and being clear was unusual. Companies are hungry for peo- ple who can write and perform well, and UD prepared me. UD teaches you to communicate hard ideas clearly and concisely" J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

2 October 26, 2005 The University News News News m brief UD chosen as one of final four in bid for presi- dential library University of Dallas has been invited to Washington DC to make an oral presenta- tion for the Bush Presidential Library Nov. 16 and 17- UD is one of the four finalists in the running for the library The candidates for the library were narrowed from seven to four following the review of formal proposals Sept. 15- The city of Arling- ton, Texas A&M, and the University of Texas school system are out, while UD, SMU, Baylor and Texas Tech are still contending. Schiller Symposium To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the death of German poet Frederich Schil- ler, UD will perform his play Intrigue & Love on the Main Stage Nov. 3 through 12. University of Dallas offered a symposium on Schiller's life and works Oct. 22. Defining Space Art Ex- hibit University of Dallas Bea- trice Haggerty Gallery is host- ing the artwork of Fort Worth artist, Joe Guy, Dallas art...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 3 News T1 CHARirf D&I Ladies of Charity living up to name by Monica Tomutsa (STAFF WRITER) Following the mission of St. Vincent de Paul, the Ladies of Charity of Dallas serve the Greater Dallas area striving for social justice by helping the needy in a spirit of humility, simplicity, and charity, Mary Anne Harmon, UD ceramics stud ent and Lady of Charity said at last week's Dinner and Discourse. St. Vincent was very worried about the well being of people in his congregation and in his neigh- borhood. He knew a poor family in great need and asked his com- munity to donate food and clothes. Everyone was so generous that there ended up being too much. Noticing that unless charity was organized it would be wasted, he started several foundations to organize donations and serve those in need—the first of which was the Ladies of Charity. According to a LOC brochure,Ladies of Charity is staffed primarily by Catholic lay women, but non-Catholic men an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

^^October^6^2005^he^University^Ne\^ News from Panels on page 1 out for your career. Nobody else is going to look out for your interests. That is your job," Mandala said. Karen Raskopf, '76, the cur- rent Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications for Blockbuster Inc., stressed the need for students to begin making contacts. "It's called old fashioned networking. Start calling people, ask them ques- tions, go home over Thanksgiv- ing and talk with your parent's friends. Call a company and ask them who you can speak with, let them know you're interested," she advised. "Use the UD network, use the UD alumni office. Use the alumni. If you come to New York, call me," said Michelle Eliseo, '90, Vice President at Thomas Financial. A reception and happy hour followed the panels. Students met the panelists and asked them questions. The students all seemed impressed and en- couraged by what the panelists had to say. "The panel was extremely informative and provided in- formation on the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 News "oiel San r Rome PROGRAM 70 -2005 V'rT „r, n The SG Gavel Wednesday, Oet. 26, 7 p.m. Last Chance Lecture featuring Dr. Doyle in Lynch Audito- rium Thursday, October 37,9 p.m. TGIT featuring...Karaoke Wednesday, October 26 College Bowl Team Sign-up sheets due in the SALC Tuesday, Nov. 1 College Bowl begins in the Art History Auditorium •Hate a concern or suggestion? I>i< k i i j) a Student Concerns Sheet outside the Student life Office and put it into the Student Concerns Box in the SALC. You can also contact Aly Ghadwiclv, chair of the Student Concerns (bin in i Iter, or call the Student Government Office at 978-SM-ittL •Sunday Sundaes is going great! We had a record turn out last Sunday. Cbme by and enj oy great company with free tasty treats from 9:00-11:00 PM in the Gorman Faculty Lounge! • The Campus Improvements Committee was recently reinstated. They would like to remind yon to help keep our campus looking great Contact liendra L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

6 October 26, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Seniors show their progress in SYNOPSIS by Meghan Flood CONTRIBUTING WRITER In anticipation of Senior Studios and Senior Theses in the spring, Art and Art History Majors exhibited their progress in Synopsis. Works were on display from Oct. 1 6 to Oct. 22 in the Art History Loggia. This (required) show helps prepare the students for a display of their works next April, letting them see how their pieces look in a space. Art students are also given the opportunity to work as a group and see the progress of all the students in one space. The students worked together to decide how they would incorporate the work of nine artists, from four different concentrations, and the words of seven art historians writing on a variety of subjects. "With the help of Phillip Shore, it was truly a combined effort of all the Art and Art History majors to decide the placement of the pieces in the show," senior printmaking major Jessica Cramer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 Arts & Entertainment Murrow-Mcarthy showdown tops new semi-biopics by F.S. MOVIE REVIEWER The best thing about Cameron Crowe s Elizabeth- town (wide release) is the selection of pop songs that the writer-director, who had a career reporting on the music scene before becoming a filmmaker (his Almost Famous was autobiographical, after all), has carefully chosen for the soundtrack. It's a pity that he seems to have spent more time and effort selecting these songs than he did perfecting the screenplay The movie, which also borrows liberally from Crowe's personal experience, is about a young man whose life is radically altered when he travels to the titular Ken- tucky burg to oversee arrangements for the funeral of his father, who died there while visiting his relatives. The mix of Capraesque whimsy, screwball comedy and poignant dramedy never hangs together, and the leads — bland Orlando Bloom and ultra-perky Kirsten Dunst as a stewardess who vir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

3 October 26, 2005 The University News Feat by Monica Tomutsa (STAFF WRITER') Last week, co-author of Stolen Valor: How the Vietnam Generation was Robbed of its Heroes and its History B.G. Burkett, shed light on wide-spread and completely false misconceptions surrounding the Vietnam War. While trying to raise funds for a Texas Vietnam memorial, he realized that the media's influence and false coverage had altered the memory of Vietnam for the worse. Correlating Burkett's lecture and the Vietnam War with something the UD core esteems, Thomas G. West, politics professor, drew upon Plato's image of the cave in his introduction. "We here at UD read Plato's Republic and are shown Plato's cave, but what does that mean in the real world? Plato's cave suggests that the human condition is that we are all living underground chained in, with our eyes riveted on the wall in front of us where we see nothing but shadows made by people hiding behind us. We think the shadows are reality," he said. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 Q URES Another falsity surrounding the war is the exceptionally young age of enlistees and draftees. "I often ask reporters, 'How many 18 years old draftees do you think died in Vietnam?' Most of the time they answer between 10,000 and 24,000. The answer was 101," he said. Only seven black 18-year-old draftees died in Vietnam. Burkett explained that the draft starts with men in their mid-20s and works down. "The average age of Vietnam Veterans was 23 at the mid-point of their time in Vietnam," he said. "Of the 18 and 19 year olds that died in Vietnam, 97% of them were volunteers." Burkett said drug rates were also low among Vietnam veterans, partly due to surprise inspections. "You could buy marijuana very easily; they literally sold it in bags on the street. But when you're living in a bay with 40 guys and you may be going into combat, I can guarantee if you're doing drugs—marijuana or otherwise—the 39 other guys are going to report it because t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

10 October 26, 2005 The University News Advertising < O o gratias asante TAKK grazie obrigido merci' No matter how you say it THANK YOU to all of the Fall 2005 Phonathon volunteers £ sponsors. Your time and hard work helped to make the phonathon a success. The University and the Office of Advancement recognizes those individuals, clubs, teams and sponsors listed below for their efforts on behalf of the Annual Fund. Julio Acosta Becca Altsman Arleen Alvelo Malcolm Armstrong Kathleen Arnn Trista Baker Tyler Balzer Lauren Barnes Spencer Barr/ Jason Bassett Grace Belton Gabe Berkley Mitch Boebma Justine Bolmarcich Madeleine Brink Megan Brittain Jessica Brown Jennifer Bryant Randy Buddenbohn Robbie Burton David Buxton Stephanie Byrd Stephanie Cain Mary Alice Campbell Shanie Cardinal Jen Carpenter Sofia Castillo Michael Cave Alyson Chadwick Liz Chadwick David Coakley lain Corey Jacob Corrie Monica Craig Jerome Creener Jay Crenwelge Philip Danze Byron Davis Matthew DeFusco Lianna Dehan ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 ]_ ]_ Sports Dress down days are over or NBA players by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR David Stern is an idiot. The NBA's commissioner recently implemented a dress- code for players effective when they arrive at a stadium (home or away) until they leave. This dress-code strictly forbids players from wearing jeans, t-shirts, jerseys, jewelry sneakers, or even listening to head phones. Did David Stern nitiate this policy as a response to the brawl which occurred last year between the Pistons and the Pacers? Probably. Is the prohibiting of chains and medallions racist? Maybe. Is this dress-code one of if not the most ridiculous statutes ever implemented in professional sports? Definitely. Just looking at Stern's stupid, pathetic grin during an interview with ESPN assured me even further that the primary reason for Stern to initiate this policy was so he could feel power over the players who make him rich. just for argument's sake, let's take a look at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

J_2 October 26, 2005 The University News Sports Hoggies taste proleptic weekend victory over UNT by Joel Makus CONTRIBUTING WRITER On October 15, those brave and loyal fans who made their way out to MacNab Pitch, were, unbe- knownst to them, treated to one of the greatest acts of humility ever witnessed on a rugby pitch, a place that is normally rife with egomani- acal meatheads. Perhaps inspired by the fact that the Chicago White Sox were about to spank Phillip "Now You Two Wrestle" Watsons beloved Los Anaheimelas Angels to advance to their first World Series in a million-and-four years, your University of Dallas Ground- hogs threw their game with the University of North Texas Fighting Eagles. At least, that is the best explanation of the events that took place on Saturday Knowing that Saturday's match was a "friendly",, the Hoggies manifest a wealth of gamesmanship in allowing UN I to leave Irving with a false sense of security heading into November's official Cup match in Denton....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 ]_3 Commentary Changing students understand "Rome-sick syndrome by Sarah Papania ROME CORRESPONDENT It would be impossible to describe to readers thou- sands of miles away everything that has happened thus far during our Rome semester. In only four short weeks, we've encountered a fai- rytale of events, and each could share long stories of gypsies and fortresses, Fabios and togas. There remains, however, one unifying experi- ence to which each of us (and most likely anyone who's ever participated in the UD Rome program) can attest: when we return to our beloved Irving in the spring, you will find that every member of our class has changed—and not just physically as a result of the mass consumption of pastries and Nutella. Anyone standing in line for the Metro upon our first visit to Rome would have been besieged by a herd of 74 map-toting tourists. With eyes wide and cameras aimed, we poured into the station, gaping at both the graffiti and the l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

J^^QctoberJ?6^00^The^U^ Commentary A thoughtful consideration of love at first sight: A beast, angel, madman by Meg Furey FEATURES EDITOR This time, last year, during the last few conflicted weeks of October, I was in love. I was in love with a mail -- a poet If I had to tell you what he was like, Id let him speak for himself, in a deliberate and booming baritone. He d have said ' hold a beast, an angel, and a madman in me. Truth be told he was a poet; a darn good one. A real dog among the fairies. Heedless to say, it was love at first sight. Sometime during those first chaotic days of September I was tickledby the rub of love. Wandeiing through the library aimlessly, just wasting my time, I came across him. His name was Dylan Thomas. I d heard of him before; he was mentioned in a long-forgotten half-hearted conversation. He was sensitive, he was a drunk, he was a wild haired conflict and I was drawn to him immediately. Maybe I saw a lot of him in me. I approached him nervously, pal...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

The University News October 26, 2005 Commentary Help prevent the spread of infectious diseases and viruses on campus! PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS!!! Freshman Val Ebert and senior, Justin Leland mimic the greeting used in the film Demolition Man (1994) by the futuristic inhabitants of L.A. resulting from fear of germs and avoidance of physical contact. Staff Editorial photo by Eric Martinez Health concerns call everyone to keep hands to themselves It seems that members of small, intimate communities have an advantage over larger populations in that we are able to share in ways bigger places cannot. From life in residence halls to continued squabbles in the Student Apartments over dirty dishes proof that mere proximity changes how and what people share are all around us. The most recent indication of our communal relationships is present on bathroom doors across campus. The message is clear; not only is it now necessary to remind everyone of their responsibility to their own health, but al...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 October 2005

|_(5 October 26, 2005 The University News Back Page THE WEEK OF: October 26 th Wednesday 26 • "Legal Issues for the Entrepreneur" lecture by Chris Volkmer 6:15 p.m. in the Art History Audtorium • Art Club meeting 7:30 p.m. in the Art Foundations Building. • A Night of the Spoken Word with Dr. Doyle in the Rathskeller, 8:30-10 p.m. • Halo Tournament in Gregory dorm. 4 person teams, $15 per team. tlrarsday 27th • Amnesty International: A panel on torture 6-7:30 p.m. in Gorman B • Freshman meeting in Lynch Auditorium 7 p.m. • Karoke TGIT friday 28 th • Women's Soccer (home) vs Southwestern University 1 p.m. • Dallas Year: Phantom of the Opera. Meet at the tower at 6:30 p.m., $10. • Roomate Debate in the Rathskeller 7-9 p.m. • Lecture and book signing by Dr. Dorothy Jonaitis "Unmasking Apocalyptic Texts: A Proclamation of Hope" 7 p.m. Art History Auditorium th Saturday 29 • Phi Beta Kappa Symposium 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. in the Art History Auditorium • Best Buddy Olympics 3-5 p.m. in the Mahe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 8 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas November 2, 2005 UD hol ds Best Buddy Olympics photo Mary Chadwick/U. News Chris Black, sophomore, and his buddie at last week's Best Buddy Olympics. by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR Though no awards were given out during the Best Buddy Olym- pics, everybody who participated won big time. University of Dal- las Best Buddies Chapter held Best Buddy Olympics on Oct. 29 in the Maher Athletic Center. Twenty students and buddies participated in games such as catch, bowling, batting, and relay races. The buddies were also given time to eat and have free play. The program's participants, all of whom have been diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, were excited to interact and exercise with their college buddies. Sophomore Ryan McKanna, the president of UD's Best Bud- dies Chapter, said that the event is one of many held every other week throughout the year to de- velop good friendships between the students and the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

2 November 2, 2005 The University News News News m brief Psych Club Sponsors Dance to 'Repress Hunger' The Psychology Club is hosting a dance, Repress the Hunger, on Friday, Nov. 4 in upstairs Haggar from 10 p.m to 4 a.m. benefiting the Brady Center of Dallas, a non profit group that is collecting and disseminating food for both the senior citizen community and victims of Hurricane Katrina during the holiday season. Admission to the pajama party-themed dance will cost $4 or 2 canned, nonperishable food items that can be paid in advance at a booth in Haggar foyer. Party favors include door prizes donated from area vendors. BelUruJy ITALIAN CAFE Fine Italian Dining Pizza & Bar I 3810 Congress Ave i 2 14-528- i: Oaklawn 2 8 4 4 mm coffee 0 tea 0 espresso smoothies 0 chai 0 bubble tea WI-FI HOT SPOT Tues-Fri 6:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sat & Sun 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. MONDAY CLOSED $1.00 OFF your purchase of $3.50 or more, with this ad! 1041 W. Rochelle, Irving Rochelle @ MacArthur PHONE 972...

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