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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 October 2001

October 3, 2001 1 he Last Page The University News Las Colinas: home of mustangs, canals, captures European fee alendar W ednesday 3rd ♦ 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. ♦ Haggar Auction, Cafeteria, 9 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. T hursday 4th ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Field between Jerome and Gregory, 6 p.m. ♦ TGIT, Open Mic, Rathskeller, 9 p.m to midnight. ♦ LASO meeting, Student Activities Center, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ♦ Ed Haggar book signing,11 a.m. to 1 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. F riday 5th ♦ Eucharistic Adoration 12:45-4:45 p.m. ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incar- na- tion, 11-11:45 a.m. ♦ Fruit Crushing, Mall, 1 p.m. ♦ Male Auction, Lynch, 7 p.m. s aturday 6th ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incar- na- tion, 4-4:45 p.m. ♦ Rugby vs. Texas Tech, Catherine Field, 2 p.m. ♦ Semi-formal, Cafeteria...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Volume XXVI, Number 6 October 10, 2001 Jane Goodall to visit UD, reflect on career :amed primate expert available for private discussions by Thomas Watson Co-Editor in Chief Dr. Jane Goodall, world-re- nowned primatologist, will visit UD Sunday to introduce her new youth program to local educators and to answer ques- tions from students, Dr. Scott Churchill, chair of the psychol- ogy department, said. Dr.Goodall is coming to UDto promote Roots and Shoots, an international, environmental and humanitarian youth program, to grade-school educators, as well as to the university community. Although Dr. Goodall's pri- mary reason for visiting Dallas is to give a speech at SMU'sTate Lecture Series, she also wanted to find a way to extend her mes- sage even further in the area, Dr. Churchill said. "Representatives of the Jane Goodall Institute were looking for a venue in the Dallas area where they could bring her mes- sage to a wider au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

October 10, 2001 News The University News S/^\s dauAs^ The University News Co-Editors in Chief Thomas Watson Julie Danaher Commentary Editors Janet Hendrickson Kathenne Cook Arts & Entertainment Editor Michael Lyons Feature Editor Bekki Johannes Sports Editor Jack Price Photo Editor Kevin Heller A dvertising Manager Christy Collins Student Assistants Erin Pence Louis Shopen Editorial A dvisers 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 are $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. Fraternities • Sororities Clubs • Student Groups Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with the easy campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising event. Does not involve credit card applications. Fundraising dates are...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

October 10, 2001 Arts & Entertainment The University News Denzel plays the villain, Cusack goes romantic by FS Denzel Washington seems to relish playing a villain in Training Day (wide release). As a corrupt LA. under- cover cop who dupes his rookie partner (Ethan Hawke) into helping him get a load of cash, he does a showy, fast- talking turn, put stage center by Antoine Fuqua's flashy direction. £ Jonathan (John Cusack) and Sara (Kate Beckinsale) are a couple brought together by the power of destiny in Peter Chelsom 's Serendipity. Unfortunately, the script is overly convoluted, and it ends in an absurd final act, introduced by a silly coinci- dence one can't possible believe. By the time it draws to a close, this Day has become an overwrought bore for all. John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale are an engaging ro- mantic pair in Peter Chclsom's Serendipity (wide release), the latest in a series of pictures involving couples destined to link despite numerous obstacles designed to keep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News Arts & Entertainment October 10, 2001 5 Collaborative exhibit opens on campus 28 Pictured are some of the varied works featured in Floored, UD s joint exhibition with UTD. running through Nov. 7. photos by Teresa Burkett Mangum returns with live record by Michael Lyons A & E Editor Jeff Mangum, Live at Jittery Joe's (Orange Twin Records). It's been a few years since we've heard from Jeff Mangum, the enigmatic co-founder of the Elephant 6 Recording Co. and brainchild behind Neutral Milk Hotel, the Athens, Georgia based "fuzz-folk" outfit. In 1995, NMH released its in- ventive debut, On Avery Island (Merge Records). Though this album offered no earth-shattering cuts, it did, amidst feedback and hum, lay the groundwork for the band's critically acclaimed second effort, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (Merge), a hauntingly inge- nious album, which stands to-date as the best record to come out of the Elephant 6 camp. That, how- ever, was three years ago. In the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

6 October 10, 2001 Features The University News Laptops find their place on campus by Bekki Johannes Feartures Editor Laptop usage has mushroomed nationwide, and UD is jumping onto the bandwagon. The university is currently setting up transmitters for wireless internet all over campus. Sean Malone, director of Academic Information Systems (AIS), said laptop users can already get online almost anywhere in Braniff, Gorman and in Haggar in the foyer, Capp Bar, cafeteria and Rat. "Within education, computers must be used to improve communication between students and faculty and to enhance the learning environment by extending the traditional classroom to new mediums such as the Internet. The university is moving quickly in this direction," Malone said. Malone explained that this fall the university began offering online supplements for many of its undergradu- ate classes and is already pleased with the results. "To our great surprise, this has resulted in 79 percent of all undergraduate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News Features October 10, 2001 7 * V / rP No Charity Weefc /ar( graffiti \ *j VH + -+Ul_ ts>U« -N-A^5' . K}JL*~ '-•< V-jj". /f S -- < '(-,«* :3f«cw l u< $ VJ* 1 -> v i\:. i • P, : N'^tocrs >' , , ■j-frPjVl ' —^ jkJUri L II ' :: -*■■' fLff fltw f <K (top) CharlieWadle smiles for the camera, (left) Senior jailors Brady Scarborough, Justin Chopin, and John Wheat/on take senior Maria Pepin to the jail, (bottom) Senior Erin Powers plays tic-tac^toe as she ser\>es time, (lower left) Senior Meghan Trash refuses to let being thrown in jail dampen her spirits. (upper right) Fr. Robert Maguire looks longingly at those people enjoying freedom. JK TV ■--- '

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

8 October 10, 2001 News The University News harity Week fun-filled activities rou Charity Week pulls out the stops UD's largest fundraiser for charity concluded on Sunday after a week of fun and high spirits for a good cause. (clockwise from left) Poison rocks the patio during Airband; students pack into the Rat for Open Mic; Patrick Boos shows off his muscles during the fruit crushing; juniors strut in for the male auction; students dance outside of the cafeteria during the ball; graffitti covers the jail walls; volleyball matches break out on the mall; Siamese twins are sold for charity at the male auction; Fr. Maguire tries to break out of jail as part of his usual antics; the Bail brings students together for the first dance in the cafeteria; Dr. Baldwin is locked in jail with her son; and Fr. James and Joe Linn enjoy a smoke at senior happy hour ■ l ■■'fl *

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

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

10 October 10, 2001 Sports The University News Hot Sports Opinion Rickey's record run underappreciated by Jack Price Sports Editor Barry Bonds. Luis Gonzalez. Randy Johnson. Roger Clemens. Ichiro. Sammy Sosa. Greg Maddux. Danny Almonte. Albert Pujols. Even Frank Catalanotto, locally. These are all baseball players who have done remarkable things this season and de- serve credit. These are also all baseball players who have received much more attention this sea- son than Rickey Henderson. Babe Ruth. Ty Cobb. These are the hal- lowed names of the two best baseball players of the first half of the 20th century. These are also the previous holders of the two very significant and long-standing major league career records that Henderson has recently broken. Henderson was a Hall of Famer 10 years ago when he broke Lou Brock's career record for stolen bases with his 939th. Now he must be considered among the very best, not just of the last 30 years, but to ever play the game. As of Friday, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News Sports October 10, 2001 11 Crusaders still making progress, go 3-3 for week by Jack Price Sports Editor The UD volleyball team went 3-3 last week, including a 2-2 showing at the American South- west Conference crossover tour- nament in Abilene. The Crusaders, now 11-14 in 2001, fell to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (30-27, 30- 32, 30-20, 30-25) before defeat- ing Hardin-Simmons University (23-30, 30-25, 30-20, 30-25) in Friday's tournament action. Senior Christine Brown had a pair of solid matches, recording nine kills and 17 digs against Mary Hardin-Baylor, adding eight kills, 2 digs and three service aces against Hardin-Simmons. Junior Megan Hoffman con- tributed eight kills, 18 digs and 23 assists in the losing effort. She had team-highs in the victory with 11 kills, 20 assists and three aces. UD opened Saturday's play with a loss to ASC power McMurry University (30-20, 30- 18, 30-18) before finishing the weekend with a bang, defeating Sul Ross State Un...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

\ 2 October 10, 2001 Commentary The University News EDITORIAL Seniors should apologize for jail mistreatment Charity Week has been an institution at for as long as anyone can remember. A look at the 1971 yearbook shows that even 30 years ago it was a tradition. "One of the biggest events each year is Charity Week. Sponsored by Student Government, each dorm sets up dif- ferent booths and events, all for the purpose of raising money," the yearbook says. Many of the events, such as the "2 hits for a quarter on an old car," have slipped away over the years. One event, however, has stood the test of time: the jail. The Charity Week jail has been a part of UD tradition for over 30 years. The tradition of throwing one's profes- sor in jail is as unique to UD as the Rome program. As such, it would be a shame to lose it. Last week a number of professors complained about the condition of the jail. Jailers were excessively rough, they said, and one professor cut his hand severely while an- oth...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News Commentary October 10, 2001 13 Stimulating the economy Column, letter miss economic reality By Rich Simpkins Guest Columnist 1 am glad that the opportunity has arisen to discuss the effects of taxation on the economy as I have seen several misconceptions about money supply continually promoted on the UD campus. In her September 26 column, Katherine Cook questioned whether Bush's tax rebate stimu- lated the economy. She contended the measure had failed because Americans were not spending the money. Several students (modestly calling them- selves ""Publius") responded last week making the bold claim that, "'Throughout his- tory, it has been repeatedly proved that atax cut is the best stimulus for a faltering economy:' However, both Ms. Cook and the students who re- sponded in such an absolute fash- ion make the same basic assump- tion. They both assume tax rebate money would only enter the economy if spent by taxpayers. This assumption, as we will soon see, is unfo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News Commentary October 10, 2001 14 Colleges out of control with "liberal" arts Jason Van Dyke Guest Columnist For a variety of reasons many of us choose to attend school at the University of Dal- las. One of these reasons is that our university offers high- quality courses taught by an outstanding faculty Unfortunately not only do many schools fail to offer courses and majors that are im- portant to an education, but instead offer majors and courses that are a disservice to their students. Every year, Accuracy in Academia, an educational internet watchdog, publishes a list of "outrages" at college campuses across America, Many of these outrages are in the form of some atrocity com- mitted by a student group or member of the faculty. For example, last year Antioch College hosted con- victed murderer Mumia Abu- Jamal as their commencement speaker. Recently, they also pub- lished a comment aout a con- troversy involving Charlton Heston speaking at Villanova University. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

The University News News October 10, 2001 15 Goodall continued from pg. 1 a Human Science, Dr. Churchill said it was necessary. "The point of including them in the curriculum was not to reduce us to animals butto help us understand the evolution of morality," he said. Inclusion of studies on apes in the psychology curriculum also helps to narrow the study of human psychology, Dr. Churchill said. "It helps us sharpen the defi- nition of what it is to be human," he said. The presentation for local ed- ucators will be held from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m in Gorman A. Students will have standing room. An informal visit and a ques- tion-and-answer session will follow at 2 p.m. in Lynch. Students who wish to ask Dr. Goodall questions may submit them to Dr. Churchill on file cards. For waiting list information, INVESTMENT STRATEGIES THAT ARE CLEAR AND CONCISE. EVEN IF OUR NAME ISN'T. rirr^ji .'ui i HI ui fi1 rjffl aie( fr mm h jut niv IXI^ aJ ih-u ji mi isi ibiiu mU iiyt ... —- The following incident...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 October 2001

16 October 10, 2001 The Last Page The University News alendar ednesday 10th ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Field between Jerome and Gregory, 6 p.m. ♦ Open Anselm, Room 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Italian Club, Italian rosary, 4:30 p.m. ♦ Amnesty International, Student Ac- tivities, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. T hursday 11th ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Field between Jerome and Gregory, 6 p.m. ♦ TGIT, Rathskeller, 9 p.m to midnight. ♦ Phonathon, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. F riday 12 th ♦ Fall Reading Day, no classes ♦ Eucharistic Adoration 12:45-4:45 p.m. ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incarna- tion,! 1-11:45 a.m. s aturday 13 th ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incarna- tion, 4-4:45 p.m. s unday 14 th ♦ Mass, Church, 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m. Monday 15 th ♦ SG Meeting 5:15 p.m Gorman A ♦ Ultimate Frisbee, Rugby Field, 9 p.m. ♦ Open Anselm, Room 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. T uesday 9th ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incarna- tion,! 1-11:45 a.m. ♦ Open Anselm, Room 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, 5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 October 2001

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 October 2001

4 October 31, 2001 Arts & Entertainment The University News Sharp directing, acting accentuate comedic text The Merchant of Venice opens successfully, highlights Shakespeare's wit by Michael Lyons A &E Editor Allow me to begin by stating I know nothing of the intricacies of theater; nor will I feign knowledge of the lofty critical terminology one might use to praise (or decry) a dramatic performance. I do, however, know this; The Merchant of Venice is a marvelous production. Stu- dents who take the time to attend a perfor- mance of it will find rewarding. Allow me to continue by stating that those who laugh aloud when reading the comical moments in a Shakespearean text are only kidding themselves. He's funny, don't misunderstand me, but is so in a smile-to-yourself sort of way, (Take that, lofty critical terminology.) When viewing a live performance of one of Shakespeare's works, however, the shoe is on the other foot. One can't help but laugh aloud when the comical mo- ment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 October 2001

6 October 31, 2001 Features The University News Campus character Clodfelter honored Receives Texas Hall of Fame induction by Bekki Johannes Features Editor Some know her best for her animated personal- ity. Others know her best for her dancing in the halls of the Braniff basement. Some know her as just chair of the education department. But many people do not know that Dr. Cherie Clodfelter was named Woman of the Year by the Irving - Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce last year and inducted into the Texas Hall of Fame. And a couple of weeks ago she was re-honored. "A place is represented by a people, so most people in the realm that I work in know the Univer- sity of Dallas through one of us in the education department; and since I have lived here most of my life and have worked in the schools, teaching in the elementary and high school and so forth, that's the representation," she said. This year is the fifth year they have given the award, so all five of the women were honored with a...

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