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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

The University News February 1, 2006 11 Commentary lumn—On Suicide by Mike McMahon CONTRIBUTING WRITER Where do property rights come from? Why is it that when we agree that I own something, I should be free to do with it as I please, so long as no one else is harmed? Some say property rights rest in the law and that they are created there. I would answer that this is too artificial, that the basic idea of property rights rests in ourselves. We have a sense of property because, at the most basic, we possess ourselves. Last week's Armchair Analyst discussed assisted suicide. I feel that we ought to con- sider what we think of the statements made in the previous paragraph. Why would it be that the terminally ill, or anyone for that matter, ought not to be able to pick their time of death? Can people not be trusted with their own bodies? I do not think that there is anyone in the readership so condescending as to advocate that position. Perhaps, then, we do not actually own our own bodi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 February 2006

12 February i, 2006 The University News Back Page Color ng Page: For those who are busy studying for comps: Take a break and color in some common UD sights, Competitions are encouraged. W WATA&MRGER □ & 0 u Q </

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

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 15 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas February 8, 2006 "'s A K X-'-i U- 'i « f *...<?J*k . .« * ' John Schu er See Crusader Baseball p. 8 From the University Press Room ... New Board Members Announced University of Dallas recently welcomed three new members to its Board of Trustees. Dwight R. Riskey, Ph.D.; Len Ruby; and Bishop Kevin Vann bring UD's legal governing body to 38 board members. "We look forward to working with our new colleagues on the board for the common good and advancement of the University's mission," UD vice president Robert Galecke said. UD president Dr. Frank Laza- rus said the scope of the new members' experiences is an asset to the Board. "We're happy to have found gentlemen with vast experience across a range of industries," Lazarus said. "Their commu- nity involvement and broad scope of experience, both within the church and outside of it, will serve the Board well, and we're excited to have them on board,® i i i 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

2 February 8, 2006 The University News News I he Armchair Analyst: 111 the Squirrels displace man by Josh Baer CONTRIBUTING WRITER A shocking study by the Pew Charitable Trusts suggests that more than half the students at four-year colleges (that would be us, for those of you not paying attention) and at least 75% of students at two-year colleges lack the literacy to handle complex tasks such as understanding credit card offers or following the argu- ment of a newspaper editorial. Which means half of you won't understand this column in any case, so just flip over to the page with the pretty pictures. There is, however, one bright spot in the report. The study also concluded that college students are significantly more intelligent than the bulk of the American public ... Of course, this explains Amer- ica's growing debt — we're just too stupid to realize how many credit cards we've signed up for. However, this could be beneficial in the long run, since it leads to a redistribution of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

The University News February 8, 2006 3 Arts & Entertainment Spotlight o Ic Hylan Kan by Sharon Salmon A&E EDITOR Senior economics major Pat- rick Kane is one of the most talented musicians on campus and plays bass for UD favorite Kinch. The University News took the opportunity to sit down with him and inquire into his life as an aspiring rock star. University News: When did your love of music begin? When did you first realize that music was something you could seriously pursue? Pat Kane: I have always loved music. My earliest musical memo- ries are of my mother playing old- ies on the radio in the car while I bounced around in the car seat. I started piano lessons at age three, but I was in my first competition at around five or six. It was prob- ably sometime around first grade that I started taking myself seri- ously musically. UN: Do you think musical tal- ent is acquired or intrinsic? PK: I believe there are two types of musicians: those who have talent that is both intr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

_^he_Umvei^it^iNews_Febmar^_8i_2006_ Arts & Entertainment Jones, Hopkins Score, Romantic Comedies Stumble by FS MOVIE REVIEWER A Ghost in the Theater by Claire Romano CONTRIBUTING WRITER Mary Rose is a traditional ghost story set in 1930s Eng- land and the Scottish Hebrides islands. The central action focuses on leading lady Mary Rose (freshman Audrey Ahern). As a child, Mary Rose visits an island with her mother (freshman Theresa McGuirk) and father (graduate student Joe Bissex), and mysteriously disappears. When found, Mary Rose has no recollection of being gone for more than an hour. She later marries Simon (freshman Josh Neu), and has a child, Harry (senior Charles Cowan) Mary Rose disappears when she visits the island again with her family and is discovered 25 years later by a ghillie Cameron (junior Hugh Swiney). Mary Rose is a ghost story in the true sense, sending thrills up and down one's spine as the drama progresses and we find out what truly happened to Mary Rose. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

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

8 February 8, 2006 The University News Sports Crusader Baseball Team Triumphs in 3oub e-header i 111 \ Schu e The University of Dallas Crusader Baseball team is off to a strong start, winning both games of a double- header: 13-3 and 9-6. Junior catcher Fraser Holmes had a big game in game two, going two for four and driving in five runs. Junior pitcher Joe White picked up the victory. The Crusaders came through with plenty of offensive and look to be on the right track. Come cheer on the team when they play Austin College Feb. 12 at noon. Junior third baseman Gabe Moreno gets an out in the Crusaders' opening game. «53ufaster. John Schulef Crusaders' starting pitcher senior Coleman Moore checks the runner on first base before pitching. Groundhogs (hop own Lumberjacks with ry at Full1 ime by Joel Makus CONTRIBUTING WRITER University of Dallas Rugby Football Club played its first cup match of the spring semester Jan. 28. In a three-team battle for the final two playoff spots, the Hoggi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

The University News February 8, 2006 Commentary by Tommy Heyne CONTRIBUTING WRITER Fr. Henry sent his last class off in 1996, but continued at Cisterian Prep School as a religion teacher and hall monitor. The 1996 Exodus was dedicated to Fr. Henry as follows: We dedicate Exodus 1996 to Fr. Henry Marton, O. Cist., for the abundant love, patience, and prayers with which he has showered all members, past and present, of the Cistercian family. His life was gentle; and the elements So mix'd in him, that nature might stand up And say to all the world, "This was a man! -Shakespeare Nine o'clock on the morning of Jan. 30, with his brother sitting at his bedside, a small Cistercian monk peacefully closed his eyes and passed into heaven. For those of us that knew him, Fr. Henry Marton was nothing short of a Born on All Saints' Day in 1925, the young Hungarian grew to become the valedictorian of St. Emery's School in Budapest. He entered the Cistercian Order after graduation, but was forced to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

3H_ February 8, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: r ( hutncy^ Bundels To: jeremyspoke@gmail.com From: cutneybundals@yahoo.com Jeremy— Groundhog Weekend has come and gone. This year I decided for the first time to take part in the lesser-known activities offered to the student body. I'm not sure if you're aware, but Groundhog Weekend has changed considerably since you were here. Of course you remember the halcyon days of Kegs & Eggs at the Tower to kick off the festivities. This was changed to Champagne & Eggs last year, which doesn't even rhyme, and has now morphed to Champagne Toast, or as I mistakenly thought, Champagne & Toast. I roused myself at the break of dawn, envisioning loaves and loaves of freshly baked bread with tall flutes of sparking wine. It turns out there was no toast, merely a thimble-full of champagne for the students who showed up. I was disappointed at first, but then reminded myself that I was training for the Groundhog 5K, another f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

The University News February 8, 2006 11 Commentary Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, I would like to address a point Mike McMahon raised in his column about assisted suicide. Mike attempts to discredit the idea that a gOTdrnment can base its laws pertain- ing to assisted* suicide or property rights on belief in a "higher authority," by arguing that if ultimately God "possesses" our bodies, we will have nothing to stop a tyrannical government from appealing to that higher authority and laying claim to everything — the estates of the recently deceased, or, as he implies, perhaps even our bodies, Mike fails to realize, however, that even if a government bases its claim to authority on a belief in God, that does not mean that government will become totalitarian. In other words, making a truth claim is not the same thing as exerting the \tfill to power. \ There are at least two'ways to see this. First, the history of Western Europe in the last millennium shows that the danger of totalit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 February 2006

12 February 8, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF P CAX- FAVORITE BEST WAYS TO AVOID BEING PINED FOR BEING ANNOYING As reported in our very own The University News, effective Feb. 7 students can be fined $50 for any non-threatening annoyance they commit. Since the terms of offense are rather vague, we will outline some helpful hints to avoid this new fine. Cellphones - Everyone has agreed that these beeping menaces retard the progress of a class when one sings out the new Kanye single, or Mozart's Alia Turca. Even greater annoyance (CSO classifies it as Level Orange Omega Annoyance) are phones that ape either birdcalls or futuristic spaceship sounds. Be aware, CSO has organized a new offshoot — Non-Threatening Annoyance Monitoring Marshals (NTAMM) —which will pose as students in classes to catch and punish any whose phone goes off. www.motorola.com http://valentines.sprint.com http://i23.ebayimg.com www.gucci.com 2) Oversized Sunglass - Most people actually like these behemoth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 16 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas February 15, 2006 Student Seeks Support in Recycling on Campus by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR University of Dallas freshman Chelsea Davis is the mastermind behind the new Student Government Adopt- a-Bin program that will help promote recycling on campus. The recycling project was begun last semester by a freshman who has since transferred, and Davis saw that the program needed someone to step in and take control. "In the fall we [recycling committee] all worked on getting the large recycling dumpster, but that took a while so that is all we were able to do last semester. No one was heading the program this semester and I saw the need to step up to the plate and I volunteered to be the new chair of the recycling committee. Since we had the large dumpster it would have been a waste of our work not to follow through and finish the project," Davis said. The Adopt-a-Bin idea is Davis' attempt to include the whol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

2 February 15, 2006 The University News News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: •Check out our updated web- site for exciting pictures from re- cent events at http://www.udallas. 'OV. Upcoming SPUD Events: Thursday, Feb. 16 • Open Mic Night atTGIT. A sign-up sheet will be in the SALC starting on Monday. Friday, Feb. 17 • Sadie Hawkins Dance Feb. 21-23 • Lecture Series starting at 7:00 p.m. February 21 • Dr. Sullivan will speak on the Tocquevillian approach to Church and State, i.e. why Church and State should keep a little distance from each other, based on an ex- ample from French history. Dr. Wilhelmsen will speak on Spanish exempla of good cooperation between Church and State, based on Ferdi- nand and Isabel. February 22: • Dr. Lowery will speak on the role of laity and clergy in a constitutional democracy, such as America. February 23: • Dr. Dougherty will speak on prudence, conscience, and the individual's limits to participating in a certain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

The University News February 15, 2006 3 News Sports Update: Baseball and Lacrosse Sun., Feb. 12 Game 1: Austin College 11 University of Dallas 12 Game 2: Austin College 12 University of Dallas 9 UD lost 2-7 and 4-16 Saturday to Austin College. ■ m V; -Lc.-nr-- Sv ; - - .* t . . - i W ' ■ 'SSSSSSH UD women s Lacrosse team lost 2- 12 Saturday to Lindendwood University . Photos by: John Schuler from Textbooks on p.l industry standard pricing. Used textbooks are sold at 25% off the new book price," Ewert explained. "We acknowledge that students are concerned about the price of books and we believe one of the best ways to control costs is through the buying back and reselling of used books. It should also be noted, that through our research and focus groups, stu- dents are less concerned about price if the book is being used as an integral part of the course and they feel they are receiving educa- tion value from the book." Although some students have reverted to the Internet to do their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

^^^Febmary^5^2006^The^Unwersity^News^ Arts & Entertainment ord Fumbles, George Bores, ight Scores by FS MOVIE REVIEWER In the implausible thriller Firewall (wide release), Harrison Ford plays a Seattle bank executive whose family is kidnapped and threatened with severe bodily harm unless he helps a gang of cy- ber-thieves headed by malevolent Paul Bettany to siphon off funds from his employer's vault into is that we've seen it all before. The picture is basically just Air Force One without the presidency or the plane, and though that movie's no classic, it was certainly better than this tired imitation. Tykes under five will probably embrace Curious George (wide release)s a soothing animated adaptation of the famous stories about an inquisitive monkey and the long-suffering human who always has to get him out of Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. their Cayman Island accounts. Needless to say, Ford outwits the villains and saves the day— as well as his wife and kids. At ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

^he_Universit^iiNews_Februar^_15^006_ Arts & Entertainment Ancient Maya Kingship Surveyed in Art Exhibit by Sharon Salmon ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Lords of Creation: The Origins of Sacred Maya Kingship is on exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) from now until May 7. Approximately 150 objects, spanning from 400 B.C. to A.D. 550, have been compiled for this exploration of divine kingship in ancient Maya. According to a press release, various forms of art - stone sculptures, polished jade figures, ceramic vessels, carved bone and shell - illustrate various themes impor- tant to Mayan life, These themes include the Mayan cosmos, supernatural pa- trons, religious duties of the king, royal portraits, instruments of power, the origins of writing, inter- national relations, and death and apotheosis. Organized by the Los Angeles County Muse- um of Art, the exhibit is curated locally by Carol Robbins, curator of the Arts of the Americas and the Pacific at the DMA. According to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

g February 15, 2006 The University News The University News February 15, 2006 7 Features i by Meg Furey FEATURES EDITOR Sitting in my apartment I feel ill at ease, though I shouldn't. Peace of mind evades me because although I've completed my first frightening set of comprehensive exams, my mind is fraught with fear of part two, which looms in a not-so-distant next week. I've taken to distraction; I've taken to cleaning. Scrubbing long-stained surfaces with bubbles, doling out death to dust bunnies, and elbowing my way through deep heaps of laundry that have neglected to put themselves away, I cannot escape thinking of verse, or rather, in verse. Earlier in the day, my shared living space seemed to resemble a dodgy squat, a dwelling space for a nocturnal ne'er-do-well, hap- hazardly strewn with half-empty coffee cups marred by grubby fingerprints. Cigarette butts, lost to me, yet later to be found by a disenchanted roommate, hide in not-so-obvious nooks and less than logical ashtray...

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