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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

J_2 November 23, 2005 The University News Sports ier 2 players deserve recognition too 4 r by Alan Savveris CONTRIBUTING WRITER We've all heard of the great ones: Jordan, Bird, Magic, Thomas, Chamberlain, Russell, the icons and legends of the NBA, These men consistently provided greatness on the court for the entirety and longevity of their careers. Guys like these are constantly being referred to as the fathers of the NBA; the ones who the new generation of greats model their games after and credit for their success. With this elite group, however, we forget what I liketocall "Tier2"ofNBA greats. This category describes all the players who were the best guys on their team and provided just a shade less consistent productivity as the greats did. The captain ofTier2 is by far Dominique Wilkens. Granted, he is a Hall of Famer, but you just don't hear his name mentioned with the all-time greats, and I really think he belongs there. If there was no Jordan, then Dominque would have been ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

The University News November 23, 2005 ]_3 Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: jeivnivspoke @ gmai1.com From: cI ii il l lev! i 11 it la I s(V/)y;i l ioo.cqi 11 Jeremy— A iiln mn is upon us, which means a few things. Firstly: My dizzy spells have returned in anticipation of a family holiday (more on that later), and B: UD has begun to go a little crazy because of looming finals mi papers. I thinlc some of this meltdown was evident at last weeks Battle of the Bands/Chili Cook Off. I know, I know, it seerus like a very odd combination and no one has been able to explain to me how the two really go together; except they both are alliterative. If you ask me, CDs clubs chili does not really go with anything, especially a happy digestive system. Perhaps I am prejudiced because of my notoriously sensitive stomach. I dont know if you remember last year when I kicked off a two-week sickfest by sampling some chili at this event A TJD band had just finished a Ben Folds song which follow...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

u_ November 23, 2005 The University News Commentary Love & Is something missing? by Zachary Charles Waddell CONTRIBUTING WRITER Did you see the play? Or were you missing? Let's say you had a date, or were studying, or even left after intermission. Let's just say it didn't spark your interest. Or maybe you are a true patron, missing nothing...a patron to every labored line of dialogue...but you left with no intrigue. Come with me, let us seek council as those who la- bored much, only to leave with a yawn. For I fear it is something we missed. Maybe we as the audience must create this intrigue. Maybe this is something novel to the theatre. That the audiences concentration on dialogue is the primary action on stage. That the actors are merely humble servants of the writer. To be the body that deliv- ers dialogue. ..Not the body that enlivens it. Truly I found myself in the presence of something new when the main character adorned his lover with words that seem to fall to the floor ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 23 November 2005

|_(5 November 23, 2005 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: FAVORITE THINGS TO BE GRATEFUL FOR THIS PAST SEMESTER In the spirit of that historical meal between the Pilgrims and Indians which ushered in years and years of mutual goodwill and un- derstanding, and in recognition of the swiftly ending semester, we at the University News would like to take this time to look back on these past three months and offer our list of things to be grateful for at UD. V4 1 n u 1) George W. Bush For the mere possibility of UD hosting his presidential library. Not only would this library bring UD national recognition and prestige, but it would be really nice not to have to trek to SMU for every extended research project. We still might be considered the dark horse, but don't count us out yet. . , We've been mis underestimated before. 2) 1 he rumor that Jeb Bush's son was attending the University Jeb Bush's son? Slightly connected to the first, had this rumor been true, it would have brought a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 12 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas December 7, 2005 Y ium sings Mass on E rrr 11 fA n niTrAt-pnt1 pvnpfiAtirfi w7a itnrifA/i fpfurn fn in w7 i "m n t-i r- by Mary Chadwick news" editor The University of Dallas Lat- in Liturgical Choir, Collegium Cantorum, recently performed their first live television broad- cast, shown across the nation on EWTN, one of the largest Catholic broadcasts in the world. Collegium was invited to perform by Fr. Mitch Pacwa, a former Theology—IRPS faculty member, who currently works as Mother Angelica's "on-air" replacement. Marilyn Walker, director of music, and 40 students and alumni flew to Birmingham, Ala., to sing the Mass in front of both a life congregation and cameras. "We have never before been on live television. Previously we have been filmed and later shown on TV, but live broadcasting is quite a different experience. We are usually pretty well prepared musically when we sing a Mass, but the fact that ...

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

2 December 7, 2005 The University News News News m brief fii ws\ The Grrinch who stole Headlines... The Student Government Christmas Party will be held on Thursday, Dec. 8 in the afternoon in the Haggar Foyer. The party is: open to all students, so come and wish your fellow students a Merry Christmas (and don't forget to say thank you to your SG representatives). Friday, December 9 is Dead Day, no classes will be offered, University News staff advises students to study for finals, but take a break and go to the pro- duction of "Amahl and the Night Visitors." Thursday, December 15 is the last day of finals before Christmas break, classes resume Tuesday, January 17. University of Dallas staff will offer the traditional Midnight (but not really) Breakfast on Monday, December 12 in the Haggar Cafe. Take another break from finals and enjoy the com- pany of your favorite students and staff. D)e University News wishes their readers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and safe New Year! Beil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

The University News December 7, 2005 3 News Winter Cotillion m 'I thought the decorations were very tasteful and I loved he nutcracker theme. The Christmas tree made a great uickdrop for photos. The band was fun and played extra dances in between sets when the sets ended early" said Monica Bond, junior. "It was nice having the middle of the dance floor free so there was more room to dance." 'It was a lot of fun, the band was good. The dances were fun, I didn't know how to do any of them, but it didn't matter and most everybody was good about leading me, so that helped a lot," Valera Vollor, sophomore. ft sr "The waltz was definitely my favorite because it seemed to he the one that most people knew how to do so the dance floor wasn't so crazy. I had a lot of fun, I liked the formality of the dance cards, it was a nice; change of pace/' Jessica Rondeau, Freshman J a "The band was tremendous and the snacks were scrumptious,' Robbie Burton, sophomore "The decorations were really beautif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

^^Decembei^J?OO^The^Uiw News from Collegium on page 1 praying in a way that cannot be done any other way" Baker said. Stehno saw the experience as reflective of the gifts God has bestowed on the university com- munity and an opportunity to display Collegium's continuous hard work. "All talent is given by God to be shared. I welcome any opportu- nity to share my talent for singing with anybody who wishes to hear, I love singing with Collegium be- cause it gives me the opportunity to participate with others in the highest form of praise possible, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Of course, since this was also a televised Mass, it will also provide good publicity for the Collegium, our mission, and the University in general," Stehno said. Walker sees Collegium as repre- sentative of the ideals held by the university and a unique way to share in the universal church. "We have been called, and we do consider ourselves, ambassa- dors for the University. We use the fact that we don't have a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

_^he_Umvei^it^_News_Decemto Arts & Entertainment Low Rent, comatose Gaul, lively Ushpizin by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Jonathan Larson's Rent is one of the longest-running Broadway musicals of all time, approaching the ten-year mark. The show has also grossed more than two hundred million dollars since its 1996 opening. It's a cinch the new movie version won't enjoy a comparable degree of success. For one thing, the story — about a bunch of bohe- mian artist types struggling with poverty AIDS and encroaching gentrification in a blighted neighborhood — frankly seems more dated than its model, Puccini's famous opera. For another, the decision of director Chris Columbus to hire most of the original cast might endear him to fans of the stage show, but the sad reality is that they are now rather long in the tooth for their roles. Twenty- something slackers who scrounge for free housing to pursue their dubious artistic dreams might seem ro- mantic; thirty-something ones are more likely to str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

6 December 7, 2005 The University News Features (r/i e // i e // > 6 e i ' / n FJ firi6tma6 by Meg Furey FEATURES EDITOR Wandering about Nordstroms, I find myself humming a medley of festive tunes. Now and then I fall into a singsong mumble of made up words. Words like frosty reindeer, grandma, sleigh, and bells. Half-remembered versions of "Santa Baby" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" leave my lips, low and unconscious. I like walking around Nordstroms. This is my favorite department store, especial ly during the yule- tide. Looking around, there is faux-snow in the air, the twinkle of white lights, like ice and diamonds, and decadent ly dressed trees wrapped in magenta velvet. The scene mimics the old-moneyed matri- archs that shuffle about, bags from Neiman's hanging from their walkers. Adopt me, please, adopt me, I almost whisper. I walk around with my friend Pat, perusing the couture, some haute, some not, still quietly hum- ming along with the piano, as the musi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

The University News December 7, 2005 Features frosting from my fingers, I was hopped upon so much sugar that I didn't really care what I was making. I try to make my ornaments, my Snow Soldier Jesus, and because my mom left her crappy nine-to- five early in order to be with me, I work diligently, almost maniacally, despite the sugary blissful state I'm in. I want to make it worthwhile; my mom will care. If I don't get it just right, if the glue is globbed, if the sticks are slanted, and if the red sequins out- number the green, well, I'll probably cry when the sugar has worn off. I was a sensitive child, even then, showing the signs of becoming an underachieving perfectionist. We continue to find presents: legos spill from boxes, Barbie dolls are carefully removed from pack- ages. My mom and dad sit, sipping coffee, nibbling at the coffee cake my grand mother has sent for years, loaves of it wrapped in wax paper and aluminum foil. It sits, waiting, in the freezer for weeks before Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

3 December 7, 2005 The University News The University News December 7, 2005 Q Features 8? BRAIN FUEL by Eric Martinez EDITOR IN CHIEF I can I believe its already 3:45 a.in. I do this every time. And every time I promise that its the last. I always tell myself that in the future 111 keep tip with the class and I won t pi*ocras- tinate on any of the projects. But, here I am again having waited until the last minute. I suppose pissing time away is a slight improvement from finding out a paper is due the night before the deadline. Or maybe its the same either way. Ive run completely out of excuses this, time just like the last, and the reality of life has once again crept-up like the impending dawn. As daylight makes its way over the paper city I ve established on my kitchen table, suburbs of books wait to be read before the night ends. My brain feels like a tired sponge that has lately absorbed enough coffee its as though my thoughts have steadily percolated and diipped their way onto ...

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

10 December 7, 2005 The University News Arts & Entertainment New exhibit explores artist in different light by Sharon Salmon A&E EDITOR Die Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth will feature French artist Paul Gauguin in the exhibit Gauguin and Impres- sionism Dec. 18,2005, through March 26, 2006. Though Gauguin's works are typically displayed as exemplars of Post-Impressionism, this exhibit focuses on his earlier works from the Impression- ist period. It is the first ever comprehensive survey of the influential artist's early career, and the Kimbell is its only American venue. In a press release, director of the Kimbell Arts Museum Dr. Timothy Potts said, "It is rare today that an exhibition on an artist as well known and as popular as Gauguin can claim to present a largely un- known but central aspect of his achievement. Yet it is just this sort of revelation that Gauguin and Impressionism promises to bring, spotlighting for the first time his critical impact as a painter and s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

The University News December 7, 2005 11 Sports In the spirit of Chutney Bundals, A letter from former Dallas Cowboy "homas Everett to roy Aikman. by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR a call and thank him for saving your ass so many times—that is, if your not too busy calling games with that punk Joe Buck. It's not just the O-Line that's been on hard times. Remember Alvin Harper, your number two wide-re- ceiver? He's no Michael Irvin, either on the field or off, if you know what I mean, but he's had a few run- ins with the law too. He got picked up a few years ago with a couple Mercedes worth about $200,000 combined; both the cars had fake registration num- bers. Looks like that Cowboys' pension just wasn't cuttin' it for old A-Harp. Well, that's just about it Troy...oh wait, I was watching the Falcons whip up on the Lions in that Thanksgiving game you were calling and it reminded me of one other guy. Oh yeah, Leon. Leon Lett. I know you remember that Thanksgiving game 12 years ago against...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

12 December 7, 2005 The University News Sports end-zone DANCES by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR With all of the controversy sur- rounding Terrell Owens off-field antics; his incessant degrading of his teammates, his quack agent proclaiming his undying love for TO. in press conferences, we de- cided that the average beer drink- ing, Manwich eating football fan should not be most repulsed by T.O.'s off-field antics, but his wretched, often homo-erotic end- zone celebrations. Yet in our time of need, a savior emerges, that savior being Cincinnati Bengals' star wide- receiver Chad Johnson. Johnson has proven himself every bit the receiver TO. is, and has proven himself leaps and bounds ahead of TO. in end-zone celebration creativity. Whether masterfully imitating Michael Flatley's River Dance, or giving mouth-to-mouth to the football, Johnson com- pletely outshines T.O.'s spiking the football on the Cowboy star, or stealing a 49er cheerleader's pom-pom's in an attempt to ap- pease the rav...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

The University News December 7, 2005 13 Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY^ BUNDALS To: ieremyspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundais@vahoo.com Jeremy— They have hung the wreaths on the Tower; they have begun writing the slightly confusing advent banners in Haggar. But it still didn't feel like Christ- mas until this morning, when I got in my email my mother's yearly effort to sum-up the Bundals' tri- umphs and tribulations of the past twelve months in a few hundred words and far too many exclamation points. I'm forwarding it to you without comment: Dear Friends, family, and EVERYONE!!!!, Our Life herechez Bundals (practicing my French for our youngest Bundals imminent UD EUROPE TRIP!) has been wonderfully eventful this past year! I just can't believe I got this letter out by Christmas! But it's been such a long time since I've talked to some of you (Betty, you have to let me know how your son is enjoying the Naval Academy (they're so good at growing up WAY TOO FAST!)) it's been so long t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

u_ December 7, 2005 The University News Commentary Staff Editorial Christmas is arriving shortly, as the pages of The University News make amply clear this issue. And once we've all put aside our grumbling about the rank con- sumerism of the season, and we've all ceased moaning about how Christmas songs are being played in Macy's and on the radio as early as mid-October, we'll turn to more pressing matters and start buying gifts for friends and family that we really cannot afford. (Makes one almost wish a World's Greatest Dad pen were still a viable option for a 21-year-old to give.) A subset of this university's student body should begin thinking about another type of gift as well. Seniors traditionally give the school a parting present each May in gratitude for the sweet succor the college has granted them the past four years. The types of gifts can change radically from year to year: One year's bold gift was a proposed grotto by the chapel which never materialized. Last year's wa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

The University News December 7, 2005 15 Commentary Letters to the Editor Love & : Filling in the Blank, or Making tlie Connection? Did you read last issue's article on the play? Or were you missing? Obviously Zachary Waddell is not to blame for his article's dramatic and phenom- enological inaccuracies, but it is we, the readers, who are at fault for not being able to comprehend his sentence fragments and ambiguous pronoun refer- ences. Nevertheless, after reading this article, I was left. . . intrigued. Now, I'm no philosopher or actor, but I do dabble in philosophy and in drama. When Waddell wrote, "It is up to us as a university, as community [sic], to fill roles were [sic] we see fit, and by such an effort contribute to the success of our theatre department," he spoke truly even in his sarcasm. The actors must play off of their audience, but the audience must play their part by being at least a little impressionable. The creation of such phenomena as a theater production is ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 December 2005

l6 December 7, 2005 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: FAVORITE SICNS OF THE IMMINENT APOCALVPSE IN VIEW OF RECENT CHRJITMAMHEMED HAPPENINGS /) awful behavior of walnart Shoppers on Black Friday The phenomena of people wasting the latter part of their Thanksgiving waiting for 18 hours outside of Best Buys and Walmart only to suffer broken rib cages in a mad dash for compact toaster ovens or Tickle Me Whatever-Four-Year-Old- Children-Are-Clamoring-For-This-Year, is nothing new. In fact, this sign of the apocalypse was detailed at length in the sixteenth offering of the Left Behind series. What is new is that Walmart is starting to strike back, with reports of security guards tasering over-eager shoppers clawing each other for the new Xbox 360. WAL*MART ALWAYS LOW PRICES. £ Walmart *com r ¥ 31 3rd Annual Christmas Pot Sale We won't get all the eschatological implications of the number "3," we need merely to say: Matrix. Trinity. Neo. Boom. Also, the unkempt-looking people aski...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 13 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas January 25, 2006 IRVING AND UD WORK TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE by Mary Chadwick MEWS EDITOR Student Government presi- dent Tommy Heyne and Irving Mayor Herbert Gears are cooper- ating to make crossing Northgate safer for UD students. In response to a letter from Student Government, the city has taken extensive steps to improve the safety of the crosswalk from UD to PDK and Tower Village, home to many UD upperclass- men. Two serious accidents, in which victims have been taken away in ambulances, have oc- curred at the crosswalk. In the two weeks since the let- ter was sent, a speed-monitoring device has been installed to alert drivers to Northgate's 30-mph speed limit. The small crosswalk was repainted in large, fluorescent white zebra stripes, and six high visibility pedestrian walking signs have been placed along Northgate to prepare drivers for the possibil- ity of people crossing. Although SG did not partic...

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