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

^he_Universit^iiNews_J2aixh^^006_ Arts & Entertainment New Symphony Season Brings New Faces by Sharon Salmon ARTS 6- ENTERTAIN KEN EDI OR The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's 2006 - 2007 season promises to be a great one, despite, or per- haps because of, the absence of a permanent music director. As a result of this absence, the DSO will be led by a handful of conductors from all over the globe, including Sir Andrew Davis, Andrey Borekyo, Carlos Kalmar, Jun Markl, Michael Christie, and Principal Guest Conductor Claus Peter Flor. Any one of these renowned conductors could become DSO's new music director. This season's music combines classic numbers with world premieres. The concerts of composers Roberto Sierra and Augusta Read Thomas will be featured debuts. Several other special events are planned for this season as well. Casual Fridays, a six- concert series, will begin earlier, forego intermission, and take place in a more relaxed atmosphere than typical symphonies. Community Park...

Publication Title: University News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 March 2006

Q March 1, 2006 The University News Feat by Meg Furey FEATURES EDITOR I like libraries. I'm not too certain why. I mean, a few thoughts do come to mind. Maybe it's because I was a bookish child, quiet and shy, never really knowing what to say to schoolyard acquaintances and never wanting to risk being picked last for playground sports. Maybe it's because, although older, I'm still awkward with strangers, especially academics, and again, I've nothing really to say without tying my tongue into knots, not to mention my stomach. In either case, I take to books; they were and will always be my refuge. I try never to leave home without one, like to always have one on my person, like a rabbit's foot. Lucky for me, my little page-filled friends have a home, and when my own cabin leaves me a little feverish, when I've not a thing to do, there's always a place I can go where it doesn't matter f anyone knows my name: the library. Most people, I hear, when choosing upper level education, colleg...

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

The University News March 1, 2006 7 URES Oil paintings would hang from walls, portraits of monocled and mustachioed men, or canines hunting hounds, their ears perked, looking out into a distant wood, an English country background. 1 eather couches and chairs would invite me to sit, wrapped up in a book, cozy and comfortable. A mahogany box, no, not a box, a terrible beauty of a box, would hold a colossal card catalogue. The cards, once gleaming white, now seemingly dipped in tea, would bear black type-written information. Everything a borrower would need to know about any and every book. This is the place Photos from UD News Archives that would be home to the great books, and even the good books, all the handsomest of editions, lining all walls, many of them only to be reached with tall rolling wall ladders. Here is where I would spend my days in intellectual pursuit of truth, beauty, and goodness. Here I would spend busy evenings lost in thought. Oh, if only. Now, don't get me wron...

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

8 March 1, 2006 The University News Sports omen's Lacrosse Suf fers Defeat on the Road J Photo from UD News Archives '\ The Lady Crusaders la- crosse team suffered two defeats on the road last week- end. The Crusaders lost 14-4 Saturday to the Wildcats of Wilmington College (New Castle, Del.). UD was led by junior Mary Sweeney's two goals; junior Meghan Braun and senior Rosie Wil- son each added a goal for the Crusaders. Although junior Meghan Thornell recorded 16 saves, UD was held at bay by a strong performance from the Wildcat defense and fell to 0-2 overall. The Lady Crusaders lost 12-1 Sunday to the Gators of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland (Baltimore, Md.). UD had 20 turnovers in the first half as Notre Dame had a 3-0 lead at halftime. Notre Dame scored six goals in the first nine minutes of the second half, to put the game out of the Crusaders' reach. UD scored its lone goal with 7:11 remaining on an unas- sisted tally by sophomore Kate Gallagher. 3 1 !J Ift ,£r Upper l...

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

The University News March 1, 2006 Q Sports Landreneau Shines in "rack earn s irst Meet (4.30m) and also competed in the high jump. Sophomore Marilyn Formolo had a busy day, running in the 200m, 400m, and 800m. Sophomore Laura Jura doubled in the 800m and 1500m. Freshman Karla Saleno ran the 1500m in her first meet, while fellow freshman Anna Howe jumped both high and long in the high jump and long jump, respectively. The Crusader track team is still seeking any budding athletic talent that may be hiding in the woodwork out there. Students of all levels of ability and experience are invited to join the team, which practices Monday-Friday at 4PM at MacArthur High School. The team meets 15 minutes before each practice in the parking lot between the Maher Athletic Center and the soccer field. Those with any questions should contact either Coach Ryan Frey or Assistant Coach Harry Hall. (Above) Junior Mark Landreneau waits to make his move in the men's 1500-meter run at the Trinity Invita...

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

3H_ March 1, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremyspoke@gmail.com From: chutneybundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— Last weekend was a Prospective Weekend. The Admis- sions Office was trying a little experiment where, in addi- tion to letting the high school students stay in the dorms, they placed some of the prospectives in upper classmen apartments at Old Mill to show them what college might become for them in that glorious time which is known as Senior Year. Of course, the vetting process for appropriate apartments was stringent. Mine was picked because I've never really got- ten in trouble, but am known to show people a good—albeit quiet—time. I think they found my Scrabble and Bugle snacks Tourney '04 highly representative. My first prospective showed up at my doorstep at seven pm on Friday. He was dressed in Hollister clothes, was here to check out the Business school, and was friendly and af- fable. I showed him my collection of Tolkien apocrypha and...

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

The University News March 1, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary by Tommy Heyne CONTRIBUTING WRITER In a Stupor UD is an amazing place. We students set high academic and moral standards for ourselves and draw from the best that Western civilization has to offer, whether it be Aristotle) Aquinas, or John Paul II. We are critical of poor writing, illogical thinking, and inconsistent living. But one UD phenomenon does not seem to fit in the bubble at all. In my time at UD, I have been continually amazed by the popular attitude toward drunkenness. Are we not inconsistent with the traditional values we defend so courageously? I may well be criticized as a meddling holier- than-thou in bringing up such questions. But, with Lent now upon us, a moment to reflect on troubling attitudes we take for granted might be especially warranted. Since everyone seems so silent on this issue, I will dare to write about it. I know I am not the only one who is a little surprised by the UD attitude toward drunkenness. Fa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 March 2006

12 March 1, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS WORST PLACES TO SPEND SPRING BREAK http://travel.discovery.com //da rkroompeople.com (JUI) FAHIIIONKD HAMBURGERS 1) SkyWay Inn If you're forced to stay in Irving, this may seem like a fun alternative to crashing at someone's apartment. It is very thrifty, which is nice. Also, it is connected to a Wendy's, which is clutch, hut you can't order the Wendy's as room-service —we've checked. Michael McMahon (WD undercover reporter) stayed here a few years ago, nearly to his perishing point, and was so distracted by his non-working bathroom that he only just had the fortitude and concentration to write one of his liberal screeds. It's better here" www.wendys.com ) Galveston Texas does not get an A for effort in his sorry excuse for a beach. More like a +, or, if you're an indecisive professor, a +/B-. It's like those city-creeks which are swollen from the street run-off from storm drains, except with more oil-rigs. ji?ranan^ Grafgrd...

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

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 19 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas March 8, 2006 New Satellite Campus to Open by Kristin McFarland CONTRIBUTING WRITER In April, the University of Dallas will be opening a new campus in Tarrant County, located in North Richland Hills at 8251 Bedford-Euless Road, which will offer MBA-related curricula, expanding on the GSM courses offered here in Irving. According to the press release:, this "new facility will also feature a variety of executive and professional development programs in conjunction with UD's Center for Professional Development, Center for Ethics and Corporate Sustainability, the Center for Entrepreneurship and the Center for Information Assurance." For several years, the University has been connected via satellite to two campuses in Tarrant County, which are now being consolidated into one. The new campus "will occupy 3,800 square feet and will feature three classrodms specifically designed to take advantage of state-of-the-...

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

2 March 8, 2006 The University News News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: * Dr. Lazarus spoke at the SG meeting on Monday February 27th regarding the issues surrounding the pre-professional college proposition. Minutes from this meeting, including Dr. Lazarus' answers to the senates questions, may be found online. Copies may also be found in the Capp Bar and in the SG office. * Student Government wishes all a safe and relaxing spring break! * Student Government Executive Council elections will be held March 29th—March 30111. 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. Upcoming SPUD Events: Thursday, March 9 •Pre-St. Patricks Day and Spring Break Kick-OffTGIT Thursday, March 23 •TGIT featur...

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

The University News March 8, 2006 3 News Peace, Christianity, Anarchy Go ogether, Says Professor by Mary Charwick NEWS EDITOR" Colman McCarthy, founder and president of the Center for Teaching Peace located in Washington D.C. visited UD this past week to talk about the need for non-violence to be taught in conjunction with Christianity in the classroom. A renowned journalist and current Georgetown professor, McCarthy has dedicated his life to teaching alternatives to violence in both high school and college courses. McCarthy bases his philosophy on the early Christian Pacifism taught in the bible. He explained that the reason Americans and Christians use violence as a solution so quickly and easily is because we have peace-illiterate students graduating from high school. ''We don't teach the peace. Unless we do teach the peace, somebody else will teach the violence," McCarthy began his talk. After touching on non-violent solutions to war (which McCarthy refers to only as slaughter) ...

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

^^JMarchJ3^006^heJUnivers^ Arts & Entertainment E ficient Blocks Overrated Party, Wretched Watch by FS MOVIE REVIEWER If you enjoyed Assault on Precinct 13 — either the John Carpenter original or the more recent remake — you should also like 16 Blocks (wide release), which is pretty much a stripped-down version of it, played outdoors on the street rather than in a besieged police station. In this picture, Bruce Willis is a http://images.usatoday.com burned-out NYPD detective assigned to transport a fast-talking, irritating prisoner (Mas Def) to the courthouse to appear before a grand jury. Before long the pair are being chased by a bunch of dirty cops, led by Willis' old partner, against whom he fellow's going to testify, and the hero has to decide whether he should put his own life on the line to save the ne er-do- well from his crooked colleagues. 16 Blocks requires a strong suspension of disbelief — the clever evasions and hair-breadth escapes come fast and furious, and an el...

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

^he_Universit^iiNews_ iMarch_8ii^006_ Arts & Entertainment CD Review: Mates of State - Bring it Back by Michelle Padgett CONTRIBUTING WRITER It is now March and across campus you can see the first small, green signs of another approaching spring. With graduation day looming in the not- so-distant future, it is a time to consider making major, even life-altering, decisions. One must face the ubiquitous dilemma that all graduating seniors struggle with: whether to settle down and get married or start a band, pack up the drum kit, and tour the country Meet Kori Gardner (keys, vocals) and Jason Hammel (drums, vocals), who decided to do a bit of both. In 2001, they quit their day jobs, got married, and started touring the country as Mates of State. The husband/wife duo, known for their catchy melodies and dueling vocals, will release their fourth full-length album, Bring it Back, March 21. The album is, simply put, a lot of fun. With its boisterous and raucous keys, powerful drums, a...

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

Q March 8, 2006 The University News Spo sca pe rear by Paeter Wait CONTRIBUTING WRITER Do you need a self-esteem boost? Confirmation that you are worth omething? Do you need to overcome, to escape, your fears? The gym, during a late-night intramural basketball game against he now well-known team, Cape Fear Gone Commando, is where you need to be. Either as in opponent or spectator, watching the players of Cape Fear will make you feel better about yourself. In the eighth game on Mar 1 against Cully Relies on Quickness, following six losses and one accidental win, Cape Fear played with their usual spirit. They utilized their Harlem Globe-trotter-like skills with forehead dribbling and plays such as "Beta" (going along with "Alpha" and "Omega"), which involves two players conveying the ball between their stomachs. Highlights include sophomore Stephen Bird's swish into an alternative basket on the wall adjoined to the main basket's wall, and his creative tactic of lifting the stylish blu...

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

The University News March 1, 2006 ~J iRTS UD earn ennis Faces ough Competition by Christina DePauw CONTRIBUTING WRITER The beautiful weekend was good for more than just getting a tan. It was a great opportunity for U.D.'s club tennis team to hit the courts at the United States Tennis Association's (USTA) sectional tennis tournament at Texas A&M University in College Station. U.D.'s team consisted of senior team captain Carlo Molano, junior Christina DePauw, graduate student Zach Waddelle, and freshmen Tristan Trevino and Lauren Bruce. Twenty-six teams from as far as Amarillo showed up to play and were divided into four pools. U.D.'s pool included San Angelo State University, Texas A&M, University of North Texas, Texas State University, and Cy-Fair. USTA organized many events as well throughout the course of the tournament, including a wheelchair mini-tennis tournament, a raffle, a tennis related drill for candy prizes, and a banquet for all the teams on Saturday night. The t...

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

g^^march^^006^1ie^universityjmew^ Phonathon nm m cam I WILL HELP THE UNIVERSITY "MAKE THE CALL" AND REALIZE ITS VISION. Our annual Phonathon helps the University of Dallas build partnerships with alumni, parents and friends who share the vision of educating the whole person. How can you help? Donate your time, your energy and your imagination. Help - Make The Call! To learn how you can help us by volunteering for Phonathon, call Jim Livernois at 972.721.5128 or email him at livernois@udailas.edu.

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

The University News March 8, 2006 Commentary The Arm Cha r Analyst: Why Indeed? by Josh Baer CONTRIBUTING WRITER Normally this column is devoted to bringing UD students a little news from outside the bubble. Today, I want us to look a little closer to home — UD itself. There have been rumors concerning a new college and its relation to the core. Then there was a soothing article last week tellng us not to worry about such things — but the rumors persist. Why have these meetings about changes to the University been private? Why has the student body been left in the dark? Why have we, whose fates are so intertwined with that of the University, heard next to nothing? I ask — why? I am as horrified as the good Dr. Lazarus that our endowment of $26 billion, more than many developing nations — and it has become intellectually moribund. As someone once said, "What profit a man if he gain the whole world but forfeit his soul?" Are we willing to make such a sacrifice here? I ask — why? UD is...

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

J^^^MarchJ3^006^heJUniversity^Nev^ Commentary le lore: A' irans er Student's ' erspective When I read the recent lead article in The University News, a variety of emotions came over me. Disappoint- ment, sadness, anger, irritation and pity, among oth- ers. They all were related to the thought, "The current president of UD is going to ruin everything that I love about UD ... everything that made me decide to come to UD." But after reflection and discussion with other students, faculty, and alumni, I realized there must be a deeper, more widespread sentiment to change UD, held by more than just the president and driven by a wide array of issues, including financial and other concerns. I realized that the Board of Trustees might be equally responsible for these strange ideas (e.g., a third college at UD for pre-engineering, rhetoric, not-for-profit, and liberal studies ... huh?) that seem to be being mulled over in various circles of UD power. Byway of addressing my concerns, I would l...

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

The University News March 8, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— I write you this in hiding because the revolution has already begun. I can't hazard a light in my room in case they see, so I'm writing by candlelight. The mobs are roving like wolves in the night. You see;, the president has proposed a new col- lege for the University of Dallas, a pre-professional college with majors like, "Communications," and "Information Technologies." This has not sat well with a contingent of students. Led by the grad students, who seem to have endless amounts of time on their hands — I still haven't ex- actly found out what you're supposed to do in gradu- ate school. Two or three classes a semester would not fill up my time — the revolution gained steam by the creation of a Facebook group called Students Saving the Core Before All is Lost. They've holed themselves up in a little garret at the Condos like the Essenes a...

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

12 March 8, 2006 The University News Commentary Why We Came. Why We Stayed. In all the debate over the formation of a new college, which would supposedly increase enrollment and steady financial uncertainty, one question needs to be answered before all others: What type of student comes to UD, and what keeps him here? Well, perhaps one way to answer this question is to find what sort of student actually did come to UD and why he did stay. That's a question we can answer without having been in any meetings of the faculty or board of trustees. We came. We stayed. And the love we have for this institution makes us eager to say why we did. We came here because we were told that UD is something unique, that, more than a state university or technical trade school advertised on afternoon radio, UD has an extraordinarily gifted faculty and common course of study which, when spoken of by those familiar with it, was hallowedly referred to as the Core. "The addition of the new college calls in...

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