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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 Arts & Entertainment Past made present at Meier s Jubilee Church in Rome by Dr. Laura Flusche CONTRIBUTING WRITER Invenzione. In Renaissance and Baroque Italy, this word signified the artistic imagination and the ability of an artist to conceive something new. Something new, however, was not invented out of thin air. Early modern artists studied the achievements of their predecessors in an effort to discern the rules that governed the making of art. An artist praised as displaying invenzione was an artist who knew the rules and could create something new within them. Though we don't use the word invenzione in the same way anymore, the concept is alive and well in Rome and can be seen in American architect Richard Meier's Jubilee Church in the suburban neighborhood of Tor Tre Teste. Consecrated in October 2003 after years of construction, Meier's church appears to be made out of light. Three huge cast concrete "sails" delineate the building's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

3 November 9, 2005 The University News Feat by Meg Furey Features EDITOR College Bowl is many things: a battle of the brain, a trial in trivia, a war of the wits. Call it what you will, it seemed to me to be healthy competition. However, my winsome "everyone's a winner" reality was more than checked after the week long competition. Last week's College Bowl peaked my fancy, called my curiosity, and drew me in unwittingly to something less friendly and far more cut-throat than 1 had expected. When it comes to competition I tend to believe that my mom is right: some people win, some people lose, but in the end it's important to remember that it's just a game; we all came into the world the same way, we're all going to leave the same way. Now, I'll admit, while growing up, these words were anything but comforting and more than obnoxious. In fact, I didn't think they made a lot of sense. However, only now, after observing College Bowl, do these words mean something. Thanks Mom. Competiti...

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

The University News November 9, 2005 Q URES who would correct this error, unless of course you've been bit by an ugly competitive bug? Sure enough someone, namely a Barry A, McCain, of the Denominators, chose to play back-seat driver from the audience. As play time ticks by he halted the round by passively aggressively inquiring, "Isn't it 'Chillingworth,' no 's'? Sarah said Chillingsworth, with an 's.' You see, Ms. Chism, at one time held a position on the Denominators. In fact, from what I gathered, she created the team. However, years ago a Rome semester was taken and she was replaced. Upon returning she found herself without a team. Barry A. McCain had taken over. Therefore, she created a new team, a stronger team, the Schismatics. This kind of calling-out and correcting seemed to me to be just plain mean. I thought these people were friends. Oh wait, there are no friends in College Bowl, just teams. Another team struck me off guard, Les Poubelles. This crew, made up of an eccen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

10 November 9, 2005 The University News Sports THE PREVALENCE OF STEROIDS Out of the vein, into the kitchen The prTvMKMriHKtai corn syrup and steroid combination has emerged on all competition levels by Javier Hernandez CONTRIBUTING WRITER One cannot deny the as- tounding numbers baseball players have produced in the past few seasons: the latent use of steroids by ballplayers around the league has produced a super- charged breed of baseball. The controversy surrounding the use of steroids culminated at a congressional hearing last spring, following a searing tell- all book by Jose and Ozzie Can- seco- incidentally Jose Canseco is planning to release another book: Juiced in the Kitchen: Tips for healthy living. This news bred fear and un- certainty among fans, yet this kind of controversy is no strang- er to baseball. Baseball has always had a troubled on-again/off-again re- lationship with substance abuse. Long before BALCO, Dock Ellis of the then Pittsburg One-Eyed Pirates was on a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 11 Sports he death of Jason oilier: Paying tribute to an ultimate pro by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR ! was going to write the second half of my NBA season preview today, but I felt there was something more important that I should discuss. During the early morning hours of Saturday, Oct. 15, Atlanta Hawks cen- ter Jason Collier died sud- denly in his sleep. Collier's wife Katie called her father in law when she noticed Jason was having difficulty breathing. Shortly thereaf- ter, he began to turn blue and eventually passed away in the ambulance taking him to the hospital. Col- lier was 28 years old at the time of his passing, and had recently celebrated the first birthday of his daughter, Elezan. Collier was drafted 15th overall in the 2000 NBA draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, and then traded to the Houston Rockets. In three seasons with Houston, Collier saw little playing time, appearing in only 61 games. In the 2003-04 season, Collier was signed as ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

12 November 9, 2005 The University News Sports Groundhogs flying high a lter burying Eagles by Joel Makus CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Saturday, your Univer- sity of Dallas Rugby Football Club trekked down to Hous- ton to lock horns with the University of St. Thomas. Many of the city's streets were still under some water, but it was difficult to tell if it was from Hurricane Rita or the tears of pathetic Astros fans. Coach MacNab informed the team before the game that the St. homas team was spawned by a former UD R.F.C member years ago and was, despite having twice the enrollment, as close to a sister school as UD could find in Texas, The Hoggies were thrilled to finally play a team with players that could say Homer without thinking of baseball or the Simpsons. However, the Eagles were probably still smarting from last year's 65-7 thrashing. Apparently, they weren't that smart...or that good, as the Hoggies carried the day, 48-15. Even though they were vast- ly improved, there is nothing ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 13 Commentary A thoughtful consideration of certainty: Jorge in the Corner by Jorge Preble CQNTRIBU 1NG WRj 1R I tried to put this behind me, but I just couldn't! Something happened to me earlier this semester that has been bugging me incessantly, no matter how much I try to overlook it. I was omitted, friends, from the yearbook! If you take a look at the index under the P's you won't find me. Nope, no Preble; I'm not under the A's for Alpha either. I'm nowhere to be found even though I do have at least five pictures in the yearbook. At first I was worried that I had offended someone, I mean, I do do that with some frequency I thought back on every conversation I had last year and I realized that the people I had offended weren't even on the yearbook staff, so it couldn't have been that. No, my dear readers, they simply forgot me. I was crushed. After a littl e fit of anger that my closer friends can attest to, I had an even longer fit of sadness...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

u_ November 9, 2005 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY^, r\T) BUNDALS To: jeremyspoke@gmail.com From: chutneybundals@yahoo.com Jeremy— Why are you so surprised that I'm taking an elementary Latin course? I heard it's good for my vocabulary and for standardized tests, which is a plus as I'm taking the LSAT soon. My aptitude test in high school said I should either be a lawyer or a watchmaker. You know what a klutz I am, and how feeble my hand-eye coordination is, so ! figured the watchmaker thing was more of a personality marker than a viable occupation, i am petrified of confronta- tion, however, so I figure I'll have to go into something like agricultural patent law, which won't require me to ever enter a courtroom... hopefully. Dr. Maurer, my Latin professor, pulled me aside last week after a particularly disap- pointing quiz grade and told me that if I wasn't able to get a least a C on the next test, I would be "just like an utter goat... And I mean literally a g...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

The University News November 9, 2005 15 Commentary ft ki-A " ^ llU Mi £ aL( h-^ ® \ IVX^VT'4, ^ -/ 4f&SP* VfT f„fa Aj J&f -■ 9 '■ i ^ V\. v 5 / ,, ■ . jh^m* ( jf p M tc. fiat 1mvA.tk , i i y>"« ^ ENOM5 rlaiffZ fMlUJ^cW tfj t rj hil5I«SL hVy^TMJ : J I : 'ni $ 'I \ rM ru frb\ &l :"' "1 jOihCL Cf-V.fi Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, When I opened up the editorial page this week and saw Tommy Heyne's article about UD dating ("Great Dames But Little Dating"), I was quite shocked. He apologized once already for a lack of clarity in an article about dating, and now he has written yet another such article. This time, however, I think he should apologize for both the lack of clarity and the content. Let me explain why. First of all, at the very beginning of an article on dating, Tommy tells a few stories that reveal his woeful ignorance about women, which he quite openly admits. Do I need to point out the gross chutzpah here? Why on earth would he write an article on a topi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 November 2005

L6 November 9, 2005 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: Favorite places barely beyond the bubble mmsrmvA'x (baby steps, students, baby steps) UD students often complain of having no idea what to do with themselves after graduation. The school was kind enough to hold alumni panels which of- fered possible employment opportunities beyond our own admissions office ... Not that there's anything wrong with working full time in the admissions office ... Seriously ... Nothing wrong at all. At any rate, here are some other choices right down Northgate in our neighborhood Laboratory/Industrial complex. If you check it out next time you pass by on aTaco Cabana run, you'll find very interesting signs advertising the offices of Mantek, Chem-Aqua, and Mohawk Laboratories. 1) Mantek/Chem-Aqua/Mohawk laboratories We're fairly certain that the good people at Mantek occupy themselves with building those Manbot droids we've heard so much about in connection with the Military Industrial Complex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 10 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas November 16, 2005 University s financial situation improves by Therese Bart CONTRIBUTING WRITER" The financial future of the University of Dallas is looking brighter. "The university has increased its financial stability by exten- sive cost-cutting" and increased enrollment, said Dr. Francis Lazarus, university president. "Al- though we are still on a tight and tenuous budget track, we hope to break even at the end of this year," with the aid of increased fund-raising and two government grants for which the university is currently applying, he said. With a more financially stable institution, Lazarus said raising employees' salaries was one of the university's projected goals. "We have had no pay increases for the last three years," he said. "This has been hard on employ- ees, what with inflation, etc. We'd like to be able to [give pay increases]." The university's revenue comes from student tuition, auxi...

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

2 November 16, 2005 The University News News News ^ brief A Texas Vernacular University of Dallas' Bea- trice Haggerty Gallery will present Three artists, Andrew John Liccardo, Terri Bright and Eric Weller in an exhibi- tion of photographs exem- plifying the "certain look to Texas that is unique to the rest of the nation," according to the News Release, The photographs em- phasize the common places across the state and empty places with no people and ac- tivity; the point is to capture the quiet beauty found in a lonely spot. A Texas Vernacular opens Nov. 12 and runs through Dec. 11. An opening recep- tion for the artists will be held on Nov. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.. Alternative Spring Break University of Dallas Cam- pus Ministry is now accept- ing applications for its 2006 Alternative Spring Break in Pensacola, FL. 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 BeXlOmJy ITALIAN CAFE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 3 News from TOBET on page 1 Scripture and the sacrmanetal nature of marital love. "The body is theological and is meant to point us to the mys- tery of God—which is why we are all so interested in sex. We are all looking for God," West said. The workshop included ten talks with question and answer sessions at the end of each day, all dealing with the complexi- ties of the theological message inherent in the body. According to West's website, West believes that "By helping [people] under- stand this profound intercon- nection between sex and the Christian mystery, John Paul's theology of the body not only paves the way for lasting renewal of marriage and the family; it enables everyone to rediscover the meaning of the whole of ex- istence, the meaning of life." About 200 people registered for the workshop. 100 were stu- dents, only half of which attend UD. Parents, families, and a bus load of students from UNT came to hear West speak. photos by J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

^^J\|ovembeM^6^005^he^Unwersity^Nev^ News from Finance on page 1 the 2002 incoming freshmen, Tull said. SAT scores are historically closely linked with retention. "The SAT predicts the first se- mester GPA, and the best predic- tion of eventual graduation is the first semester GPA," said Eley, cautioning that "there are excep- tions; there is no single number that predicts success; we can only predict group behavior," not individual. Tull said freshmen retention from last year was 85.2%, com- pared with 86% the previous year. Retention of all eligible under- graduate students from the spring of 2005 to the current fall semes- ter was 91%, with no change from 91% for the previous year. The enrollment of 29 students from Louisiana universities af- fected by hurricane Katrina also added to the tuition revenue this year. However,; "we have to sort through ... the logistics of tuition at Tulane [and other universities to find whether] we will collect that tuition or not," Galecke said. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 5 News SG gavel News from tlie Senate: The Senate recently elected Freshman Jenny Krabacher to replace the previous Catherine Rep. Congrats, Jenny! SG organized an incredibly suc- cessful American Red Cross Blood Drive this past week. Thanks to all students for a bloody good job. Sunday Sundaes, the wildly popular new event this semester, begins at 9:00 PM and ends when the ice cream runs out. The sun- daes are given weekly in Gorman Faculty Lounge. In response to student requests, senators successfully petitioned for Golden Grahams in the Hag- gar Cafeteria. Student Government will be traveling to the Southwest Re- gional Conference for the Asso- ciation for Student Governments November 12th. After meeting with dozens of area universities, the senators hope to return with new connections and ideas to aid UD. The Mentoring Program has recorded a record percentage of student participation so far this semester. Over 40%: of new students have met w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

6 November 16, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment Elegant Austen, Ersatz Chandler, Tepid ran Allsburg by F.S. MOVIE REVIEWER For only the second time, Pride and Prejudice (wide release) has been turned into a feature film, and the result is every bit as beautiful and affecting as the 1940 version starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier. The tack taken by director Joe Wright in this case is to emphasize the youthfulness and inexperience of the lovers-to-be kept apart too long by misunderstanding and accident. Keira Knightley, not yet twenty, plays the strong-willed Elizabeth Bennet and twenty-eight year old Matthew Macfayden is Mr. Darcy, and both bring their own stamp to the classic characters. But the stars are surrounded by an extraordinary sup- porting cast, headed by the masterful Donald Sutherland and Brenda Blethyn, unforgettable as Mr. and Mrs. Ben- net. And to top things off, Judi Dench shows up in what amounts to an extended cameo as the imperious Lady de ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 "J Arts & Entertainment DJATjOGtUEIS discusses art through art by Sharon Salmon A&E EDITOR From now until Jan. 8, the Dallas Museum of Art is featuring Dialogues: Duchamp, Cornell, Johns, Rauschenberg. The exhibition contains more than forty works by Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Cornell, Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg and was organized by Dr. Dorothy Kosinski, senior curator of painting and sculpture and The Barbara Thomas Lemmon curator of European Art at the DMA. The exhibition focuses on the mutual influence of these artists on each other and the multiple influ- ences of other artistic movements, such as Dada, surrealism, abstract expressionism, and pop art. It traces the visual and conceptual motifs common to all four of the artists, such as the use of boxes, the integration of language into art, the appropriation of icons, and the incorporation of collage. "Dialogues is a groundbreaking exhibition that looks beyond traditional asses...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

S November 16, 2005 The University News Special Section CONCERNING THAT CARTOON ... The totem-pole cartoon run in last week's paper caused quite a backlash of outrage that was unexpected and unintended, but is, upon mature reflection, understandable. Apart from coupling "arrogant" and "snob" with four letter words, the most common response was asking what we hoped to accomplish with the cartoon besides ticking people off. Perhaps the best way to begin answering that question is to explain what we did not intend the cartoon to mean. We are not implying that the business majors are stupider than the rest of the majors at UD, or that they picked their major because they knew they could not handle Shakespeare or Aristotle, and so were forced to stoop to the filthy trade of commerce. So why would we run such a cartoon? We maintain that the cartoon was funny, and not just for the simple dig at business majors. Although explaining a joke inevitably kills all its humor, we will attempt to d...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

The University News November 16, 2005 Features JtiMAC ctmwi with JCate <£ %eti "QM J, Wxmt" &tf Jjoni MltdkM I am on a lonely road and I am traveling Traveling, traveling, traveling Looking for something, what can it be Oh I hate you some, I hate you some I love you some Oh I love you when I forget about me I want to be strong I want to laugh along I want to belong to the living Alive, alive, I want to get up and jive I want to wreck my stockings in some juke box dive Do you want - do you want - do you want To dance with me baby Do you want to take a chance On maybe finding some sweet romance with me baby Well, come on All I really really want our love to do Is to bring out the best in me and in you too All I really really want our love to do Is to bring out the best in me and in you I want to talk to you, I want to shampoo you I want to renew you again and again Applause, applause - life is our cause When I think of your kisses My mind see-saws Do you see - do you see - do y...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 November 2005

10 November 16, 2005 The University News The University News November 16, 2005 11 Features 1 £/// J msm-i HUH illustration Justin Leland/ Photos John Schuler/ University News I ) by Ben Gibson COMMENTARY EDITOR ^o, where Jerome? —-- ■iiiii') "...it is rare to get the same crew, and very few firemen instinctually know which dorm is Jerome." CSO CAR STATS: The following Incident occurred Tuesday at 10:07 p.m.: A student approached a campus safety officer and asked to participate in a ride-along, A report was forwarded to the University News. And probably to the Office of Student Life (just to be safe). When I walked up to the CSO desk and asked if I could go on a CSO ride-along, they were a little suspicious and more than a little puzzled as to why I would want to do such a thing. But they agreed immediately anyway, and i was very candid about my ulterior motives: I have always wanted to ride around in a CSO car. Somehow or other it got on the list of things I wanted to accomplish in ...

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