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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

2 January 25, 2006 The University News News MM lews from jour Student Government News from the Senate: Welcome back to a new semes- ter, particularly to those who were in Rome last Fall. Sunday Sundaes began this past Sunday and will continue throughout the semester. Come by for ice cream and good times with friends! This past semester was one of the most active semesters in the history of UD Student Govern- ment. Senate initiated and com- pleted a great number of projectSj including: • Placed a Golden Re- triever Paper Recycling dumpster on campus and initiated uni- versity-wide recycling program (Recycling Committee) • Ran the Mentoring Program, achieving record mentor/mentee participation and streamlining the system for Capp Bar meet- ings (Mentoring Program Com- mittee) • Worked with the Office of Advancement to purchase a new billiards table for the Rathskellar Senate and SPUD (Pool Table Initiative Commit- tee) • Met with Old Mill party hosts to receive their support for unof-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

The University News January 25, 2006 3 News (JD S Crusaders for Life Volunteer at Benefit Dinner by Mary Pawlowski CONTRIBUTING WRIT ;iR Members of Crusaders for Life, UD's pro-life organization, recently volunteered at a benefit dinner for Vitae Caring Founda- tion. The Jan. 17 dinner, hosted by the foundation, was at the Westin Galleria in Dallas. The Vitae Caring Foundation focuses on spreading a pro-life message through mass-media by producing and airing television and radio commercials. Accord- ing to its website, the commercials are intended to "first, encourage internal reflection and value for- mation [...and] second, to assist women, troubled by an untimely pregnancy, to find loving assis- tance in their community." The organization attempts to produce commercials "that are respectful, helpful, and encourage dialogue in a non-threatening manner." During the dinner, the Crusad- t,P" 'V I ers for Life members viewed some ofVitae Caring's newest commer- cials. In one of the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

^^^anuary^5^006^he^Unh/ersit^News^ Arts & Entertainment mm by FS MOVIE REVIEWER. Cult writer-director Terrence Malick (Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line) has emerged from his usual seclusion to produce yet another of his dreamily odd films. The New World (wide release) tells the tale of the founding of the Jamestown Courtesy of www.apple.com colony and the romance between John Smith and Pocahontas. This being a Malick picture, of course, it's hardly a typical Hollywood historical -ourtesy of www.apple.com pageant. As narrative it's muddled and as drama it's opaque, designed instead as a kind of woozy visual poem intended to create mood rather than convey information. Malick's goal is to suggest how profoundly strange each culture must have found the other in the initial encounter between Europeans and Native Americans. And he does succeed in imparting a sense of oddness to the proceedings from both perspectives. Unfortunately, in the process he distances the viewer from the film...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

^he_Universit^iiNews_^lanuar^i^5fc^00(^ Arts & Entertainment HI1ZVCAQES TAKE FLIGHT IN NEW TX.HWIT by Sharon Salmon ARTS 8. EINITERTAINMENT EDITOR Mighty Fine Arts in Oak ClifFis featuring Japanese artist Kana Harada's exhibition Amaoto — Sound of Heaven Jan. 21 through Feb. 26. Harada particularly focuses on creating gracefully intri- cate birdcages, which are formed from cut foam sheets. "The birdcage series grew out my corrugated cardboard series. I wanted to embody my delight in birdcages in 3-D, since I've always been inspired by their different shapes, lines, silhouettes, and the tacit rich imagination they im- Might FltA/£ Arts lia, opei/t -to. to 5 -p.m,. [Saturday a^d Sunday, or call (2.14) to m,a\zt d-ppoliA/tkvteiAt. To get to the gcillery from c.am.-pu.s, tatee (±14- task to \ 35B sou±h. Take exit 4S5B. toward "E>ec-teley Ave / isth St. Turfv right oiA/to s. Tyler -St. ply...closed yet open, and full of music and life," Harada said in an artist's statement. The sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

The University News January 25, 2006 7 TURES mm • 1 jm «... ,> Hi NlVtROM RINCinVAFO it Thill, Ally Davis, Thi Photos by: Jimmy Barries, Marcie Roper, Anna Page Design By-Afex PeaefTer* ' and Bridget Kuzma

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

8 January 25, 2006 The University News Sports Hall of Fame Not About Character, But Skill by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDI [OR Recently, members of the Baseball Writers As- sociation of America met and cast their votes for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2006. Bruce Sutter emerged as the lone inductee, gaining slightly more than 75 percent of the possible votes required for admission. Sutter pitched in 12 sea- sons with Chicago (Cubs), St. Louis, and Atlanta. He led the National League in saves five times, was elected to six All-Star teams, and won the National League Cy Young award in 1979. The only other players on the ballot to receive more than 60 percent of the votes were sluggers Jim Rice and Andre Dawson (64.8 and 61) and relief pitcher Rich "Goose" Gossage (64.6). Upon hearing that he had not been admitted to the Hall of Fame, Gossage was shocked. "I just can't believe Sutter got in before me. He deserved it. I was hoping Sutter and I could go in together. ... I d...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

The University News January 25, 2006 Sports CRUSADERS BASKETBALL Hie Lady Crusaders fared better than their male counterparts over the break, compiling a 4-4 record over and bringing their overall record to 8-9- They started the break with an 89-82, two overtime wins at home vs. Hendrix College. Great performances were had by sophomore guard Shanie Cardinal (26 points and 5 assists), junior forward Ana Castillo, (23 points and 6 rebounds), and junior guard Kristy Malone (24 points, 11 rebounds and 6 steals). After dropping their next two home games, the Lady Crusaders went 3-1 over their four-game road trip. The first of the three wins came against Millsaps college in Jackson Mississippi. Cardinal had the hot hand for the Crusaders scoring 23 points. Three days later, the Crusaders followed up on their success with an 85-54 win over Fisk University. Castillo, Malone, Megan Braun, Amanda Stout, and Angel Noble all scored in double figures. The Crusaders capped off their road trip wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

3H_ January 25, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY ^ BUNDALS To: jeremyspoke@gmail.com From: chutneybundals@yahoo.com Jeremy— I hope your New 'Year's went well. I'm sure mine wasn't as exciting as the jFColla (Bacl^New Year's 20061 party your fraternity threw at the Senor 'Frog's down in Cozumel. 'We sat on our couch as one (Bundals after another fell asleep untif11:59, when my mother rushed in her secret supply of bubble wrapping for the time-honored (and inexplicable and ridiculous) tradition of jumping from the sofa onto the bubbles at exactly midnight while shouting, "Shapoopy!" which I tilingjs a reference to the Music Man... not sure how it applies. _Afterwards, my mother makes her obligatoryjo kg on how '7 hanl{g oodness these bubblies won't give me a headache for the first day of2006!" J4 nyway, classes have started up again and all seems normal, except that there was a strange end- of-days kind of drought going on in north (Texas when classes started. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

The University News January 25, 2006 11 Commentary by Tommy Heyne CONTRIBUTING WRITER Spring §(zn)£st(zr §imil£ (N.B. A friend challenged me to draw a m,etaphor between butterflies and life at UD. So here goes...) As the new semester begins, my thoughts move to two recurrent spring phenomena. First, I lookout- side to the verdant vales and dew-dripped daffodils, As I see it, we arrive as unassuming yet raven- ous larvae, who quickly feed on the solid, nourish- ing UD Core. We soon grow strong as we satiate ourselves with the leaves of great books and the flowers of strong friendships (fortunately avoiding the danger of weed, the preferred plant of many non-UD college students). Before long, we are wandering caterpillars, making the bold decision to travel, to roam. Our semester abroad is a sort of period inside a cocoon, isolated as we are from cheap food, free water, understandable language, and easily accessible restrooms. As pupae/pupils, we cling to the many branches that stem f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 January 2006

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 14 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas February 1, 2006 f EISEMDallas John Schuler, The University News See Theology Alone Offers "Truth of Truth" p. 3 No Downside To Library Bid by Monica Klem CONTRIBUTING WRITER Whatever the result, the bid for the George W. Bush Presi- dential Library is a positive thing for UD. UD alumni Tan Parker and Curtis Downs discussed UD's bid at a dinner last week that launched the Alumni Mentor- UD's bid as a means of attracting students and heightening public awareness of UD. "Every time you read 'Presi- dent Bush,' every time you read 'Library,' you read SMU, Texas Tech, Baylor, and the University of Dallas, whether it's the New York Times, the Wall Street Jour- nal, the New York Post, US News and World reports, Irving news- Our academics are stronger than any university left in the running. >3 UD Alumnus Curtis Downs Sj?-ice Ttiys Lij- ' by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR Between the studying, staying up late writ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

2 February 1, 2006 The University News News The S(G Gavel News From'Youur Sltiuicdlent CGcoweminment: Senate and SPUD) From the Senate: Congratulations to our newly elected senators: Sophomore Reps: Christopher Fiedorek Janet Johnson Laura Jura Sarah Papania Junior Rep: Kayla Garcia Commuter Rep: Bridget McEwen Madonna Hall Rep: Andrew Laird Gregory Hall Rep: Ryan Hogue O'Connell Rep: Stephanie Duarte MEETING: Alpha Phi Omega Thursday, February 2 6 p.m. Ansclm 230 APO is having another information meeting for those who want to join us. We will be discussing pledging and upcoming events, including service projects. APO is a nationally recognized, coeducational service fraternity that sets the standa rd fo r campus- based volunteerism. BeUMs'y ITALIAN CAFE bocKXxx><xxxx><x><x><x>oo<>c oooooooooo Fine Italian Dining Pizza &. Bar 13810 Congress Ave @ Oaklawn 2 1 4 - 5 2 8 - 2 8 4 4 Announcing the UD recycling program! Recycling bins have been put aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

The University News February 1, 2006 3 News THEOLOGY ALONE OPPER5 "TRUTH Or TRUTH V by Robert C. Hamilton CO NTRI5 U~: NGWR ITER I his year's Aquinas Lecture featured John Milbank, research professor of religion, politics, and ethics at the University of Not- tingham. Milbank is generally acknowledged as the spiritus rec- tor of the theological movement Radical Orthodoxy Radical Orthodoxy, as UD philosophy department chair and associate professor Dr. Lance Simmons pointed out while intro- ducing Milbank, is a synthesizing movement which attempts to combine modernist theories with ancient philosophy similar to the way Aquinas and the Medieval scholastics sought to blend Aristo- telean philosophy with Christian theology. The lecture was titled "Aquinas and Truth," but Milbank said the ing" and "truth was what Being and Knowing offered to each other" — and moved on to the Nominalist counter-argument, which he called "a new minimalist The second part of the lecture was called "Identity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

^^^Febmary^^2006^The^Unwersity^News^ Arts & Entertainment Annapolis Sinks\ McPhee Cach0r Bubble Soar by FS MOVIE REVIEWER If you've ever wondered what a cross between An Officer and a Gentleman and Rocky might look like, An- napolis (wide release) will provide the answer. Like Taylor Hackford's 1982 movie, this formulaic struggle centers on a lower class, proletarian fellow (here James Franco) who struggles to make it through a rigorous Navy training regimen m this case at the fellow cadets. The result is reminiscent of the "round one, round two, champion- ship" scenario of innumer- able old kung fu movies as well as Sly Stallone's erst- while franchise. But what Annapolis proves is that imitation may be flattery, but it's not neces- sarily sincere. Nothing in the picture is remotely authentic or con- vincing. It's just a cascade of cliches that, in the end, are all too effective in sinking this leaky cinematic ship. plays Cupid in the process. Maryland Naval Academy, And it pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

_^he_Umvei^it^iNews_Febmar^_^_2006_ Arts & Entertainment From 0%r close/ to- i/Ours> itui/i S/ 03 CD ■o C TO i_ _Q jeans may be an American past time, but after all these years some of us sti ll have trouble picking outa decent pai r 'of denims, forthemany |of us who don these daily, jean knowledge is a fashion must in order to remedy this plague, we have compiled the following rules and regulations for both men and women. #1 . don't wear jeans sans back pockets. like the mullet, this style was neve ran attractive one. Without back pockets, your butt doubles in size, drawing \ J bad attention to your backside. remember, ladies, it's just as important to look good going as it is coming. #2. don't wear jeans in anycolorotherthanthe original blue. not only wl ll you look li ke you just stepped out of an episode of saved by the bell, you run a high risk of clashing with the rest of your outfit if you have any green, red or purple jeans hanging in your closet, throw them out immed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

g February 1, 2006 The University News The University News Febrary 1, 2006 7 Features For the main course, chicken is always fast and easy. www.personai.psu.edu Nutrition Facts Serving Size Whatever desired http://tell.fll.purdue.edu Amount Per Serving Sa ories 0 Ca ones from Fat 0 /o Daily Value Total Fat Oq Saturated Fat Og Cholesterol Omg Sodium Omg Total Carbohydrate Oq Dietary Fiber 50g 190% www Sugars Q.QQ2315g Protein 78g Vitamin A 452% . Vitamin C 1111% Preferabfyj by Sharon Salmon A&E iDITOR What's Your Portion?... Size Matters I The Food Pyramid is a great guide to: t The FOODS you need, each day Choose Very Small Amounts * •Theportionsoffoodyouneed,eachday • 1 oz low fat spread or 1/2 oz margarine / butter Use oils sparingly Limit fried foods to 1 -2 times a week; oven bake instead Choose fats labelled 'High in Polyunsaturates'or 'High in Monounsaturates', which are healthier for your heart With papers already piling up and pages upon pages of indecipherable poetry an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

8 February 1, 2006 The University News Sports LADY CRUDADERS MOUNT MARY'S COLLEGE he Crusaders lovl a tough home game last Friday to Colorado College, 67-59. U D led For most of' the game, hut a late second halF surge helped Colorado to the win. Junior Forward Jason Hassett and sophomore guard Niclt Netsch had the big games For the Crusaders in the loss. Bassett recorded 17 points on 8 oF II shooting while Netsch scored 16, going 9 For II at the Free-throw line. he Lady rusaders Fared slightly belter, squeaking nut a 96-13 win against perennial powerhouse Mnunt Mary s .allege. Mnunt Mary s struggled a hit in the secnnd hall scoring 3 pninls. 3 pnints? Chelsea Simonson, Ana Castillo, Megan Braun, fristy Malone, and Taryn Hames all scored in double ligures For LID. Bryant * 81 Beats Chot*(?er(atf)3s 100 by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR Lakers guard Kobe Bryant scored 81 points in a game against Toronto Jan. 22. The only player in NBA history to score more points in a single game is Wilt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

The University News February 1, 2006 Commentary A Thoughtful Consideration of Awareness: Jorge in the Corner by Jorge Preble CONT JIBUTING WRITER Welcome back, my dear readers, to our lovely campus. Reports tell me that most of you had very eventful breaks: cruise ships off the eastern coast of Florida, weddings, rock concerts and Fiesta Bowls, cross country trips with a cooler ... person than me. The list goes on and on. But now you are back. Don't take our campus for granted because it is a miracle that it didn't burn down along with the rest of Texas. No, our beloved campus stands strong in the face of these dangers; the Rivendell of the liberal arts is intact and flourishing. As you take your first few strolls around campus do be sure to take notice of some of the changes around you. To begin with, we've lost quite a few faces to the Old World; not to worry, they'll come back and they'll be all growed up. You II notice the upperclassmen struggling to remember old names; you'll n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

3H_ February 1, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY ^ BUNDALS To: jerernyspoke@gmail.com From: chutneybundals@yahoo.com Jeremy— I really must become Better at saying, "OVo. " (Don't think that means I'm saying tfuit my one great "flaw" is 6eing so kind and accommodating, ,'lutomaticaffy responding "yes" to any favor asl[ed of me is much more Sound up in some sort of fear... of what I don't know, and I'm rather frightened of pursuing the cause. 'My (at est adventure into the surreal came at the hands of <Ttyan Lodger, a student in (Dr. Qfadstone's psycho fogy class. He was doing some study/surveyfor a project that catalogued different subjects' responses to images of masculinity and femininity. yfter I stupidly agreed to go to one of the three-hour ses- sions, I spent three nights in restless tossing. I was so petrified of responding wrongly, of not finding truly masculine images masculine enough, or ((jodforbid) calling an act ualfeminine image masculine. 'Th...

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