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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 3 News holds !hi Beta Kappa symposium / il by Mary Chadvvick NEWS EDITOR University of Dallas students were among those who spoke at last weekends Phi Beta Kappa Symposium, which included twelve lectures and a dramatic per- formance. The symposium, which is held annually, is a chance for the UD community to celebrate the liberal and fine arts. The Phi Beta Kappa Society includes students who have been recognized for academic excel- lence. UD s chapter includes Bec- ca Longtin, Tommy Heyne, Mary Israel, Mary Kolner, Sasha Decker, Rosamund Hodge, Margaret Ab- bot, and Emily Austin. These seniors, who were awarded their junior year, were responsible for choosing the speakers and plan- ning the day's events. Both Dr. Bernadette Waterman-Ward, as- sociate English professor and Dr. Paul Phillip, associate mathemat- ics professor, worked alongside the students. Lecture opportunities were open to all those wanting to submit a proposal to the PBK society....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

^^JNovember^J^OO^TheJUiw News from Torture on page 1 finish the work" Crider drew from another work of literature, the Aeneid, to further illustrate man's general weakness in controlling his passions and living a life concerned with jus- tice. Although Turnus is helpless at the end of the Aeneid, Aeneas, the god-chosen founder of Rome, still murders him. "Those who think that they are agents of a higher civilization of law and order can't govern their passions anymore than anyone else, and they are least likely to govern them when they presume they can," Crider said. "Once people are taken captive, they are captive and they have to be protected. 1 hat's what establishes our decency. One argument is that you have to have force in order to have decency, but you also have to know when force is not allowed to maintain it. Rosemann explored the mo- tives that make torture attractive, and the assumption people have that torture is "what others do." "I am quite suspicious of exces- sive mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 News UD creates first-ever by Mary Chadvvick and Sharon Salmon NEWS & A&E EDITORS Recently four students col- laborated to create the first ever art club at the University of Dallas. The organization met for the first time last Wednesday to discuss their purpose and how they hope to spread their deep appreciation for art. The elected executive council consists of junior Erika Villar- eal, president; junior Josh Al- len, vice president; sophomore Jeanne Lutin, treasurer; and junior Ester Ippolito, secretary. The council offered some suggestions of activities in which the members can par- ticipate, such as teaching an art class at the Salvation Army, drawing in chalk on the mall, visiting museums and hosting an independent drawing class for those students who are un- able to take those offered at the University. The executives also said that they will host a workshop each semester where artists can pro- duce art and later sell it, most like...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

6 November 2, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Romantic era thriller opens tonight at UD theater by Mary Sweeney STAFF WRITER "Passion and political conspiracy are stage center," writes department director Patrick Kelly in a recent press release, anticipating the UD drama department's first Margaret-Jonson production of the 2005-2006 season. Fried rich Schiller's Love and Intrigue will open 8 p.m. tonight and will run through Nov. 12. Forbidden love between Ferdinand and Louisa (sophomores Parker Hornsby and Christine Mur- phy) meddles with the affairs of the state. Head of state is the Prime Minister, Ferdinand's father (senior John Friedl). His cunning secretary devises a plan to force Ferdinand into an ill-founded matrimony with courtesan Lady Milford (senior Rose White). The tension grows with the ensuing arrest of Louisa's parents (IPS doctoral student Joseph Bissex and junior Diana Gonzalez) and Louisa's forced renunciation of Ferdinand. Culminating with Ferdi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 Arts & Entertainment Hoi man triumph s as Capote, Cage scores as Weather Man by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Philip Seymour Hoffman gives an amazing performance in Capote (Magnolia), a penetrating, beautifully crafted account of the years the author spent researching and writing In Cold Blood, his account of a multiple murder in Kansas that virtu- ally invented a new literary genre — the non-fiction novel. Capote became a self-caricature in his later years, but this film portrays him at the height of his powers, both duplicitous in using those around him to serve his artistic purposes — the accused criminals as well as his friends and potential sources — and emotionally torn by the attraction he felt for the more sensitive of the two ki Hers. Hoffman goes far beyond mimicry in drawing a powerful portrait of this driven, tormented genius in what's easily one of the year's best films. Prime (wide release) subverts the conven- tions of the screwball romant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

10 November 2, 2005 The University News Advertising < o* gratias M asante TAKK grazie obrigido TflCTCL No matter how you say it THANK YOU to all of the Fall 2005 Phonathon volunteers £ sponsors. Your time and hard work helped to wake 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 Barry 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 Deha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 11 Sports Lady rusaders upend Southwestern in 2 overtimes by Ryan Frey CONTRIBUTING WRITER. In their 15th and final game of the season, UD hosted the 7-7 Southwestern University Pirates of the Southern Colle- giate Athletic Conference Friday afternoon. Riding the fence of NCAA playoffs, the UD Lady Crusaders made a statement to the powers by defeating the Pirates 3-2 on two overtimes. Down by one early in the game, Christine Read came through with the tying goal late in the half. Senior Bree Whitney put UD ahead just after the intermission with a beautiful shot over the outstretched arms of the Southwestern goalie. Unfor- tunately, with less then three min- utes left the Pirates mounted the comeback and forced overtime. The Lady Crusaders and Pirates played one scoreless overtime period before Christine Read's goal with 1:04 remaining gave the Lady Crusaders their thirteenth victory of the season. Not only did UD defeat South- western University ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

12 November 2, 2005 The University News Sports A ook ahead to the NBA season... by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR _ With the 2005-2006 NBA season on the horizon, I decided it was time to try and redeem myself for what has proven to be a mediocre attempt at an NFL preview, with an NBA preview. EASTERN CONFERENCE Boston Celtics The Celtics lost forward Antoine Walker in the off- season, which for most teams is not a bad thing. However, with talent already slim on a team that centers around for- ward Paul Pierce and Guard Ricky Davis, a player who has yet to prove that h is team is more important than mak- ing Sports Center's top ten highlight reel, the Celtics will be lucky to squeeze into the playoffs at the eight-spot New Jersey Nets The Nets had a decent off- season, ^stabilizing a weak front court of power-forward Jason Collins and center Nenad Krstic, by resigning back-up veteran power-for- ward Cliff Robinson, and acquiring back-up center Marc Jackson from Philadel- phia. If the fr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 13 Commentary T1 £ fe § by Meg Furey FEATURES EDITOR Ten minutes have passed. Let the toe tapping, pen twirling, hair tossing begin. I'm sitting in class International Politics. The minutes tick by. Tick....tick...tick. No, those are seconds, not minutes, and already it's begun. I cannot sit still. My pen shakes, making its way between my teeth. Legs cross, uncross, jimmy and jump. Feet tap, kick, rest on chairs. Hair tosses, tangles, twists. Worst of all, I feel a laugh attack coming on. Unwarranted, nervous giggles are about to erupt at any moment. No reason. I cough, snicker, cough, hoping I'm not causing a scene. In short, this is annoying, to me, and others. There is no real explanation for my fidgeting. It's not lack of interest; it's not ADHD. Nope. Maybe it's too much coffee, maybe too many cigarettes. All I know is that everyday, every class seems to pass with me and the clock tick, tick, ticking away. It's 12:25 p.m.. The half-way point...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

u_ November 2, 2005 The University News Commentary by Katherine Woife CONTRIBUTING WRITER The University of Dallas' current motto, "the Catholic University for Independent Thinkers," was coined only in recent years. I'm told (by authoritative older siblings) that the old slogan for our ochre jewel was something along the lines of "the Catholic University for Leaders!'' I sometimes think of this and wonder which slogan better fits this fair topaz-ish hill. We have independent thinking in spades. I've never heard more argument— including civil and measured argument ~ concentrated in one small group of people than here at UD. The high level of basic, decent courtesy at our school promotes healthy confidence in individuals and free exchange in seminars. This tenor of respect and liberality is, I believe, the chief asset of the University of Dallas education. Does UD draw students already primed for fair discussion, or does the core inspire them to it? Might wisdom grow from our Roman re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

The University News November 2, 2005 15 Commentary Staff Editorial At this point in the semester many find themselves in the midst of mid-semester meltdowns. Many claim there is simply no time left. It seems time only becomes precious when in demand. Suddenly freshmen are at their wits end. Their scholastic wheels have fallen off, so to speak. Students tend to spend the first half of the semester adjusting or readjusting, and just getting by Few papers, no tests, and the sporadic quiz are not much to fuss over. Time is spent engaging in midday coffee commitments; dinners provide a digression from the day's studying; and late nights are for lazy lingering in front of a TV. Scholarly pursuits seem to have been put perpetually on hold. While we scuttle about, minds mad with half- remembered, partially understood lectures and notebooks chock-full of indecipherable notes, we tend to become despondent, desperate, and in need of sleep. We curse the days we should have spent studying. Howev...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 November 2005

l6 November 2, 2005 The University News Back Page THE WEEK OF: November 2 Wednesday 2nd College Bowl Tournament, Art History Building All Souls Mass, 7:30 p.m. at Cistercian tluirsday 3rd College Bowl Tournament, Art History Building Dinner and Discourse Women's Volleyball vs. UT-Dallas, 7p.m. TGIT in the Rat, 9-12 p.m. friday 4 th • 1st Annual Thomas More Conference • College Bowl Tournament, Art History Building • Housing Exempt Forms due for spring 2005 due by 5 p.m. • Movie Night Saturday 5th • Thomas More Conference • Landregan Lecture: The Emerging Realignment in American Catholicism, 7:30 p.m. in Lynch Sunday 6 th Thomas More Conference uionday 7th Mandatory Spring 2005 Rome Meeting th tuesday 8 Red Cross Blood Drive, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. STAFF PICKS: Most Dangerous Spots on Campus HD °P®EION H' QrPH?1QN t the spread of diseases and n campus! PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS!!! !!! I 7:1 U oj)Ite GCEDta] (pE$) mm Dangerous for the mere fact that it is a "hard area," and for the temptation o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 9 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas November 9, 2005 Reaching Out UD students teach Catechism by Mary Chadwick ['■JEWS EDITOR" Three University of Dallas students have started the year- long process of teaching cat- echism classes to public school students through the Catholic Parish of St. Luke's, located off of MacArthur Blvd. in Irving. These religious educa- tion classes, (CCD) are offered through the parish to all ages, kindergarten through adult. JoAnne Dreyer, head of the program, has received numer- ous volunteers from the UD community over the years. Senior Kevin Cook and ju- niors Anne Marie Streett and Stephanie Rae, all theology majors, have been volunteer- ing their time since the start of the semester. CCD classes are offered weekly on Mon., lues., and Wed. nights. Streett and Rae work to- gether teaching 3rd and 4th graders; they are preparing the students to receive the Sacra- ment of Reconciliation and make their First Commu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

2 November 9, 2005 The University News News News ^ brief Alternative Spring Break: University of Dallas Cam- pus Ministry is now accept- ing applications for its 2006 Alternative Spring Break in Pensacola, Florida. The trip will center around the cleanup of the disaster left behind by Hurricanes Ivan and Den- nis. Please see Fr. Phillip in Campus Ministry for more information, or contact him at: X5375, ppowell@udallas. edu. "The king will reply, 7 tell you the truth, whatever you did for the least brothers of mine, you did for me. " - Matthew 25:40 Theology Depart- ment commemorates 40th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council: University of Dallas Theol- ogy Department is sponsoring a year long Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council. The series of talks will begin by of- fering two in November. Abbot Denis Farkasfalvy, O. Cist, will give a lecture entitled "How to Renew the Theology of Biblical Inspira- tion" with a response offered by Dr. Mark Goodwi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 3 News Students speak out on UD's bid for residential Library by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR" With UD among only four schools left in the running for the George W. Bush Presidential Li- brary, and after receiving written support from Dallas Mayor Lau- ren Miller, UD students speak out about the possibility of winning the bid. Although most believe It will attract a lot more iberals and may dilute the conservatism of UD -Maddie Brink, senior the library would have positive affects on the University, some are hesitant as to the political im- plications the monument would have on the school. Although the students have not been involved in the planning of the proposal, being independent thinkers, they all have strong opinions on the matter. photos John Schuler/University News "The location possesses many significant advantages. At the University's request, we have toured the site, which is majes- tic. We liked the site, and part of their proposal inclu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

^^J\|ovember^9^005^he^Unwersity^Nev^ News Conference promotes Thomas More Studies by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR The Center for Thomas More Studies hosted the first annual Thomas More Conference at University of Dallas Nov, 4 — Nov. 6. The CTMS is directed by Dr. Gerard Wegemer, UD professor of English, and seeks "[t]o pro- mote the study of Thomas More, especially the contemporary implications of his principles of statesmanship in the pursuit of peace," according to the CTMS website, thomasmorestudies.org. The conference, which con- sisted of three symposiums, two panels, a key note speaker and a banquet, drew a large crowd of undergraduates, graduates, alum- ni, professors, Cistercian novices, lawyers, judges, and general public from in and out of town. The conference focused on More s Utopia (a society without lawyers and with very few laws) and Mores poems about justice that accompanied the 1518 edi- tions of Utopia. Dr. George M. Logan, princi- pal editor of the Cambridge Uto- pi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 News from College Bowl on page 1 League provides game packets and rules for schools, and the games can be played in different formats according to the size and seriousness of the school. UD's College Bowl tourna- ment is played in the two-loss elimination format with each team consisting of four players and one alternate. SPUD sup- plies moderators and scorekeepers and each game consists of two ten minutes halves with a short five-minute half time. Ten teams competed in the tournament and drew crowds between 30 and 50 students. "The tournament has been going very well so far, there's just HE .vy i -J. iVl. . imn rig Above: Mike West, Ben Little and Ryan Chism of the Schismatics focus attentively on the competition. WR Left: Steve Wauck and Oskar Chomiski of the Polish Cavalry confer during a bonus question. about as many teams as there were last year; the competition has been good and most games have been pretty close. As usual there's a lot of d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

6 November 9, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Martin s sleek Shopgirl outsells Disney's Chicken, Mendes Jarhead by F.S. MOVIE REVIEWER Shopgirl (wide release), adapted by Steve Mar- tin from his own novella, is a coolly melancholy take on the difficulties of romance, played out with emotional reticence and a strangely serene formalism. On the surface the picture is a standard-is- sue triangle involving a clerk in an upscale L.A. department store (Claire Danes), a shabby but enthusiastic youngerfellow (Jason Schwartzman) and a wealthy older man (Martin), who's attentive but not looking for a permanent relationship. But while this might sound like the stuff of a typical Hollywood comedy, the film is not out for cheap laughs or easy resolutions. It does have some explosively funny moments — mostly courtesy of Schwartzman — but the central coupling of Danes and Martin is far more seri- ous and truthful than in the usual run of studio love stories. There's a rarefied fe...

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