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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

8 February 15, 2006 The University News Sports Lady (irusaders give opinions on season's performance by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR Recently, I had the opportunity to interview three standouts from the UD Lady Crusader basketball team: sophomore guard/forward Beth Teer, junior forward Ana Castillo, and sophomore guard/forward Angel Noble. News: "What would each of you say was your favorite game of the season thus far? Noble: 'I would have to say our second win against Rust College. The first game we played on their court and lost a really close game. The second game they came here and we were all hyped up to play them and ended up beating them pretty well." Teer: "My favorite was when we played Rhema. I had been struggling with my scoring numbers, but I got back on track that game. I also played my best defensive game of the season while, I was guarding their best player." Castillo: "My favorite game was when we beat Hendrix in double-overtime. That was such a hard- fought win. We l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

The University News February 15, 2006 Sports Major League Soccer Continues to lounder by Robert Hartle SPORTS EDITOR The most popular sport in the world still has not caught on professionally in the United States and it never will in the form of Major League Soccer (MLS). What is true in America and most countries is that certain and different sports define athletics. In South Africa there is cricket, in England there is soccer, in New Zealand there is rugby, in Canada there is hockey and in America there is baseball, basketball, and football. The MLS will give reasons why they have failed to achieve the status of elite organizations such as the MLB, NBA, or the NFL. The most prominent explanation is a lack of funding. Representatives of the MLS have stated something to the effect of; we don't have the financial re- sources to attract top of the line players and therefore are not able to attract fans to the extent we would like to. The fact is that the MLS will never be able to attr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

3H_ February 15, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: jeremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutneybundals@yahoo.com Jeremy, Yesterday I attempted to fulfill my Valentine's duty to myself. You know that every year that Feb. 14 finds me "available" — which so far has been every year except when I was in fifth grade and dating Francine Pollux — I treat myself to a CD. I usually buy this CD a day or so before and, wrapping it in a kerchief, I place it in a decorative envelope with a friendly note to myself filled with confidence boosting phrases like, "This year's for you, Tiger!" This way, I always have a card and a present waiting for me on Cupid's Day. The card I made for myself this year was rather large and brightly red. I was walking to the post office with the vague hope that this year, maybe this year, there would be a secret admirer who professed her love to me, when I was tackled by three brutish women who looked like Gorgon's daughters. Unbeknownst to me...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

The University News February 15, 2006 11 Commentary iLliN of ttigiita CHC HKH1_ — in 1 4 Hal l n_* rHl RILHI.- tHI I KRl ■ Liberal Democracy Protects Right To Derision by Michael McMahon CON1 UBUTING WRITER I can, thanks very much, be as offensive as I care to be. I can write comments about different groups, call their cultures backwards and their gods made-up. And no matter how bad it gets, I can make it worse. I can even (though it would be a horrible idea to do so) take pot shots at the Busi- ness School. The University News can drop my column and I can get all kinds of letters from angry readers, but just as long as I don't intentionally lie to discredit someone the government will do nothing. Yes, our elected leaders will sit there apathetically and let me run my mouth about the first amendment until I go hoarse. Ah, liberal democracy. We are all aware of the dust up over the cartoons of Mohammad that Jyllands-Posten, a Danish newspaper, ran recently There have been calls from ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 February 2006

12 February 15, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF PCKS: MOST UNFORTUNATE SPOTS FOR ROMANTIC TRYSTS For your sake and ours, please avoid these spots for your Valentine's plans. 1) The Catherine Bench If you feel, as you surely do, that your love for that special Catherine girl is singular and hidden, and that no one can fathom the depths of your heart- felt affection, please keep it that way You may feel as you cuddle on that magical bench that you and your love are the only two people in this world; you are not. Eyes from Catherine, Madonna, and (we've heard) a telescope from O'Connell are peering at you— Peering and judging. 04m ft; mm 'a,, mi '> W \ ■ B a w 2) Breezeway in Gorman Once again, just because there is a bench, this doesn't give you license to canoodle, nor does it grant you privacy. "Breezeway" may sound bucolic and romantic, but the only breeze you'll have is the exhaled smoke of smokers smoking in that non-smoking corridor. r 3) Philosophy and the Ethical L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 17 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas February 22, 2006 UD Alumnus Speaks Aga nst M ssile Defense by Monica Klem CON fRIB!,; .'ING WRITER Similar to any other instrument of war, the use of nuclear weapons and nuclear defense needs to be approached rationally, said Tom Karako in a lecture titled The Case Against Missile Defense. Karako UD alumnus Tom Karako spoke against missile defense strategies, encouraging a rational examination of what U.S. defense policy should be in light of post- Cold War relations. graduated from the University of Dallas with a degree in politics in 2001. Karako said that since the Cold War, many people believe the introduction of nuclear weapons has changed the course of modern warfare, altered the nature of international politics, and eliminated the distinction between victory and loss in war. Citing the large outcry against the development of nuclear weapons and defenses against them fom members of the public, Kara...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

2 February 22, 2006 The University News News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: * Have any paper you don't want? Recycle your paper prod ucts in the recycling bins around campus. * Catherine Hall has recently bought new board games, thanks to Jenny Krabacher, the Catherine Hall Rep. Games purchased include chess, checkers, twister, card games, and much more. Upcoming SPUD Events: Tuesday through Thursday, February 21-23 • Lecture Series starting at 7:00 PM in the Art History Auditorium Tuesday, February 21st: • Dr. Sullivan on Tocquevillian approach to Church and State, i.e. why Church and State should keep a little distance from each other, based on an example from French history. • Dr. Wilhelmsen, with Spanish exempla of good cooperation between Church and State, based on Ferdinand and Isabel. Wednesday, February 22nd • Dr. Lowery on the role of laity and clergy in a constitutional democracy, such as the United States. Thursday, February 23rd • D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

The University News February 22, 2006 3 News Disorderly Conduct Not A New Offense by Katie Scharber STAFF WRITER As of Feb. 7, Campus Safety officers can ticket students for disorderly conduct, which is ''obnoxious or unruly conduct" that "presents no serious public danger.5' Offenders are fined $50 CSO Captain Charles Steadman said, "It's always been an offense. It all goes back to the code of conduct in the student handbook." Under the new provisions, disorderly conduct is similar tCi a parking ticket or a ticket for smoking near a building entrance. Rather than being sent to the Office of Student Life and recorded on your permanent record, a ticket is an administrative affair. The names are not kept, and the tickets are destroyed after a year. The policy is not meant to be an affront to students. It is, in fact, a "de-escalation" of the previous policy, said Steadman, intended only for those students who "get caught doing something really stupid." "This change was prompted by the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

^^^Febmary^2^2006^The^Unwersity^News^ Arts & Entertainment Race Riots, Stranded Dogs, Clumsy Detective lopped by ibung Concert by FS MOVIE REVIEWER There's no doubt about the earnestness behind Freedomland (wide release), a crime drama with serious social overtones that tries to make a statement about race relations in America in the same way In the Heat of the Night did nearly forty years ago. It's a pity that while the picture tries, as Spike Lee might have said, to do the right thing, it goes ter- ribly wrong. The story concerns a lower- class white woman (Julianne Moore) who claims a black man stole her car with her four-year old son asleep In the back seat, and the cop (Samuel L. Jackson) who desperately tries to uncover the truth about the boy's disap- pearance before the police force of the blue-collar town causes a riot at the local housing project by shutting the area down to search for the kid. Some explosive issues are clear- ly involved in this scenario, but the film...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

^he_Universit^iiNews_Februar^J>24^006_ Arts & Entertainment by Sharon Salmon ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR University News: Do you prefer to draw concrete ob- jects or abstract ones? Why? Sarah Papania: I definitely prefer to work with con- crete objects. It's much easier for me to create an accurate and convincing drawing if the object is directly in front of me. News: From where do you draw inspiration? SP: I am very critical of my own artwork, so I suppose my inspiration comes from a desire to create something that I can be proud of. News: Do you have a certain playlist you listen to when drawing? What kind of music is in it? SP: I enjoy listening to music while I'm drawing, but it has to be something mellow like Nat King Cole. News: Your mom is a printmaker whose work is on display in Gorman faulty lounge. How has her work in- fluenced your own? SP: My mother has been very influential in terms of my own artwork. A lot of her prints are up around our house, and she has a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

g February 22, 2006 The University News The University News February 22, 2006 7 Features THRIFT STORE LADIES OF CHARITY - ■ s BR nffwr. AEN'S SHIRTS >IZ-Q' (o~~ I lj ood Deeds and Excellent. Cheap Clothes by Dr. Bernadette Waterman Ward CON rRIBLQING WRITER This morning two of my daughters and I took a trip to the Ladies of Charity Thrift Store. The clothes were in excellent condition and unbelievably cheap — two dollars for a skirt, a dollar for a decent pair of pants — but we weren't shopping, it was, truth to tell, a sort of family thing. You see, the Ladies of Charity are part of the family of St. Vincent DePaul Societies. The St. Vincent de Paul group I remember from my childhood was the ordinary sort of "conference," as they're called — eight or 10 people who kept a closet stocked with food, and when they were alerted to a family's financial crisis, they went out to the house with a box of groceries and a sharp eye for anything else the family needed. I remem- ber my father...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

8 February 22, 2006 The University News Sports New Coach and Youth Key to Lacrosse Success by R.J. Karas SPORTS WRITER In only its third year as a varsity sport, the university of Dallas' women's lacrosse team has made steady improvements since its inaugural campaign. After a difficult first two sea- sons, the University showed its commitment to the fastest growing sport in America by hiring a coach with a pedigree for success. Andrea Duffy, who lettered four years in college as a co-cap- tain at Frostburg State Univer- sity, helped guide Siena College to a co-regular season cham- pionship and an appearance in the Mid-American Athletic Coach Andrea Duffy Con- ference cham- pion- ship game. Upon her ar- rival at the Uni- versity of Dallas, Coach Duffy found herself in an enviable position. With a youthful and exuberant squad, Coach Duffy has been able to put her mark on what is to be a successful program for the Crusaders. Coach Duffy cites that because the majority of the team is yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

The University News February 22, 2006 Q Sports Lady Crusaders Come Up Short Photo of junior Kristy Malone A free throw by Colorado College Tigers' Megan McCallister with 9 seconds remaining proved to be the nail in the coffin for UD Lady Crusaders in a 64-67 home loss Friday night. Looking for their third straight victory and second in a row against the Tigers, UD trailed by eight at the in- termission, 25-33- Completely refocused, the Crusaders came out of the break a different team offensively UD shot 44.8 percent from the field in the second half after shooting a mere 24 percent in the first. Unfortunately, the hot hands of the Crusaders weren't enough to hold off the Tigers. Junior guard Kelley Robertson (Eugene, OR) shot a season best 50 percent from the field, including 4-7 (57 percent) from beyond the arc. Sophomore guard Shanie Cardinal (Houston, TX) chipped in 15 points, and junior forward Ana Castillo secured her 10th double-double of the season (17 points, 12 rebounds). T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

J^^^FebruarT^2^005^he^UniversityiiNlew^ Commentary LETTER FROM CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— I'm sure that there are a great many things worse than running into a professor after you've just wan- tonly skipped her class, but none are immediately leaping to mind right now. I'm taking Romantic Literature, which, I'm sure you can guess, is difficult territory for me. There is all this needless talk about trees and birds (Why are birds so important in poetry?) and copses, hillocks, dales and fields. I've been camping once. That ill-advised trip ended in chapped feet and a strange rash, which, since I was too embarrassed to admit the intensity and location of said rash, took me three weeks to cure myself of by trying all forms of internet-suggested remedies. Wordsworth brings with him flashbacks of that traumatic time, and so I skipped. I had no good reason for skipping. I merely went to lunch with a friend and watched part of Maury Povi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

The University News February 22, 2006 Commentary Letter rom Rome: Museums and More... by Kristin Parrish ROME CORRESPONDENT Our Rome semester started in a frenzy! Now it's time we delve into the ruins of ancient Rome and reminisce of days when a sense of community among citizens was held in the highest esteem. Similarly, we, the spring Romers, feel the camaraderie between one another and in the neighboring city of Rome. Still, nothing brings our class together like mid-week trips to various museums and important landmarks in the city. We have gone to the Capitoline and Palazzo Mas- simo Museums in Rome thus far. To the ordinary person, museums are monotonous after the first twenty minutes. But since we are indoctrinated in the culture of Rome, each step in a museum is a new adventure and each beady-eyed bust has its own personality. If it were not for our lively Art and Architecture of Rome professor, Dr. Flusche, we would be completely oblivious to statues of Roman art, and would s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 February 2006

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

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 18 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas March 1, 2006 President Quells Rumors of Core Abolishment by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR University of Dallas Presi- dent Dr. Frank Lazarus attended Monday's Student Government meeting to clarify rumors — which included misguided e-mails, con- fused postings, and talk of abolish- ing the core entirely — about the addition of a new undergraduate college to supplement the Con- stantine College and the College of Business. Lazarus explained that UD's dismal financial situation is the main reason for the new college. "UD has been struggling with finances for a long time. We have not had a balanced budget for the last four or five years, and this is not a good situation to be in. Our endowment has been adequate, but puts us at less than average for a private institution. Trustees have been understandably concerned and asked for specific plans on part of the administration to respond to this issue," Lazarus said....

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

2 March 1, 2006 The University News News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: * Student Government Executive Council elections will be March 29th — March 30th. Candidacy forms are due Thursday, March 9th and can be picked up in the SALC. * The following positions are open to upcoming juniors and seniors: President, VP of Senate, VP of Programming, Secretary, and Treasurer. Stop by the SG Office if you are interested or have questions for one of the current execs. News from SPUD: If you have a song you would like to hear on Fridays during Music on the Mall, stop by the SALC during the week and write down the song and the artist on the Song Request sheet. Upcoming SPUD Events: Tuesday, February 28 •Mardi Gras TGIT featuring karaoke Thursday, March 2 •Dante Symposium with Dr. Robert Hollander in Gorman C, 7-9 p.m. Above and below: Students dance at last week's Hip Hop TGIT. Left: Pat Eichholz, senior, and Alan Saweris, senior, dj at Hip Hop TGIT. Photos...

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

The University News March 1, 2006 3 News from Church and State on p.l Wilhelmson showed slides of the Escorial, a large building found north of Madrid which enclosed both a monastery and a palace for the summer residence of the monarchs, as demonstrative of the successful cooperation between the church and the monarchy during that period of time. Dr. Charles Sullivan's lecture, like Dr. Wilhelmsen's, presented a historical perspective on the relations between church and state. However, Dr. Sullivan approached the topic by focusing on the development of the concept of laicity in France, particularly during the Third Republic, France, as a sacral society like Spain, had Roman Catholicism as its official religion. However, the church-state cooperation was often stronger in theory than in [act, as there was a long history of anti-clericism, and papal authority was often challenged by the monarchy. The rise of Protestantism occasioned a series of religious wars, which eventually caused t...

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

^^^Marxh^l^006^heJUniversityJNIews^ Arts & Entertainment nventive Shandy, Dismal Date, Exhausting Running by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Laurence Sterne's famous — or is it notorious? — eigh- teenth-century novel Tristram Shandy is a riot of digression and narrative back-pedaling, and it's successfully resisted adaptation to stage or screen, until now. But Michael Winterbottom, one of the most innovative filmmakers working today, has fashioned a sort of version of it in Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story (Angel ika). The picture does offer rec- reations of some scenes from Sterne's amazing volume, but they're set within the context of a highly improvised tale of a movie company doing a low- budget adaptation of the book, and most of the running-time is devoted to the actors and crew, whose obsessions and vanities mirror those of the characters they're playing. The result isn't a Master- piece Theatre retelling of the original, which would be pretty much impossible. It's a recasting, i...

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