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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

BJ N IVERSITY&N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 20 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas March 29, 2006 UD in Top Three for Presidential Library SMU sued by displaced alumnus Students Shine in lalent Show Winners Lauren Bruce and Neal McGowan, first; Paeter Wait & co., second; Jenny Gelzleichter, third by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR On March 16, Donald L. Evans announced that Texas Tech is no longer a contender for the President George w. Bush Library. "The George W. Bush Presidential Library Site Selection Committee today announced that the West Texas Coalition, a partnership between Texas Tech University and Midland College, will no longer be considered as a potential site for the George W. Bush Presidential Library The Selection Committee is continuing to review the proposals from Baylor University, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Dallas," said Evans in a recent press release. Texas Tech was the only public school left in the running prior to the announcement. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

2 March 29, 2006 The University News News Pilgrims Prove Need for Protection of Religious Freedom by Katie Scharber ASSISTANT EDITOR "Religious liberty is the freedom to see, to embrace, to express," said Kevin J. Hasson, founder and chairman of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, in a speech titled "Defending Religious Liberties in the Global Arena" last week. Hasson addressed "America's most enduring myth," that the pilgrims came to America for religious freedom, found it, and lived happily ever after. They actually came for real estate and a place where they could live in isolation, he said. The pilgrims' answer to diversity was to oppress it. The church was supported by state taxes, and attendance was mandatory. The pilgrims even legislated against the Quakers, the first religious group to appear and challenge their way of life, banishing Quakers from their colony on pain of death. We live in a religiously diverse society, so there is need to discuss religious freedom, said H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

The University News March 29, 2006 3 News Students Rebuild Houses, L ives in Biloxi, Mississippi ^ was glad to have the opportunity to go to Biloxi over spring break to help the hurricane victims of Katrina. I was amazed to see the devastation first-hand. The trip challenged me physically, spiritually, and emotionally Even though we were only in Mississippi for a short time, I believe that our presence showed the people that the nation has not forgotten about them. I hope that we gave the people strength to continue rebuilding despite ^^The ASB mission-pilgrimage was a singular moment of grace for me. Despite the small headaches of travel plans gone awry and credit card mishaps, I felt the Holy Spirit's loving hand moving these students to do the Lord's work. They gave of their time and energy in physical labor; they listened patiently to those devastated by the hurricanes; and they worked almost effortlessly as a team, as a Church, if you will, to be witnesses to what God is capabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

^^^March^29^006^he^University^News^ Arts & Entertainment Vapid Moore, Spiky Lee, High School Shakespeare, Latin Hughes by FS MOVIE REVIEWER V for Vendetta (wide release) is the third big-budget movie made from a graphic novel by Alan Moore — the earlier ones were From Hell and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen — and although it's not the worst of the bunch (League surely holds that distinction), it's not much to write home about either. The book, written in the Thatcher era, was an assault on the authoritarian impulses of the Iron Lady's administration that glorified the figure of a masked vigilante who opposed the regime. But it's been updated to the post- 9/1 1 era, with knife-wielding, bomb-planting V now portrayed as an ambiguously heroic fellow determined to foment public discontent in order to bring down the crypto-fascist, blithely racist, spuriously religious government headed by a Big Brotherish chan- cellor. The audience surrogate is a young woman alternately repel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

^he_Universit^iiNews_ iMarch_^9i^006_ Arts & Entertainment Spotl ght on Margaret Abbott by Sharon Salmon ARTS & EN1 ERJAINMEN EDI OR University News: How and when did your love for drama begin? Margaret Abbott: 1 think drama is in my blood. My grandmother was a Rockette and did musical comedy and my mom is a wonderful reader of books. She would do great voices for the characters — really dramatize the picture books. I didn't really begin acting until I started homeschooling in middle school. I became friends with another homeschooler (who actually goes to UD now) and we started with doing a play in her backyard. It was pretty atrocious (I perpetrated the script, I'm afraid) — but, hey, you've got to start somewhere ... I auditioned for Anne of Green Gables during the summer before my junior year and got the lead. I had a wonderful time and started doing drama that fall at the private school where the director of Anne worked. I was pretty much hooked. News: Besides directing,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

g March 29, 2006 The University News The University News March 29, 2006 7 Features NAME: Jacob Rhodes POSITION: SG President Hi, I am Jacob Rhodes, the unique presidential candidate because I have extensive experience in both Senate and Student Programming— the two arms of Student Government. As Chairman of the Senate's "Pool Table Initiative," I worked iIWl„ University of Dill.. Student Gyrwrir,, closely with the Advancement office to have the new Rat pool table installed. I am also Chairman of SPUD's Sound Committee: your friendly neighborhood sound guy, and have run over 40 events this year alone, and counting. That's dedication. If honored with the opportunity to serve you as President, I will use my knowledge and experience toward actualizing S.G.'s potential. One aspect is that I hope to assist the Programming branch of S.G. with surplus Senate funds to further improve some of our favorite traditions. I also have a strong vision to strengthen the voice of the student body, whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

8 March 29, 2006 The University News Phonathon Me THe C6U! 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@udallas.edu.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

The University News March 29, 2006 Commentary Fires idle Chants by Tommy Heyne CON fRIBU TING WRI HER M is for March and Mother "A mother is a mother still, the holiest thing alive" Samuel Taylor Coleridge On Ash Wednesday, we reminded ourselves that the human race sprang from dust. During the holy season of Lent, we ought to remember the great debts we owe to our Heavenly Father. At the same time, perhaps we should recall how much we owe to our earthly mothers. Unlike Adam, we were not fashioned from dust and clay, but out of cells and tissues inside the wombs of our patient and loving mothers. As we pass the Annuncia- tion of Mary and near our graduation from our Alma Mater (on Mother's Day), we remember how much we owe our mothers, those holy instruments of God's lov- ing creativity. All mothers share, with Lenten-like anticipation, the experiences of pregnancy, labor, and childbirth—expe- riences made sacred by the Incarnation. Mothers, like Christ, give their bodies and their l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

J^^^March^9^006^heJUniversity^New^ Commentary UD News Archives UD Gaining Reputation, Making a Name for Herself, Says Alumnus This morning when I was getting ready for work I noticed my wife was reading something on the computer: "Students for the Core," I think it said. It was one of those Facebook groups, and it was formed to speak out against the recent trend in administrative policy at UD toward compromising the most important and character- istic element of UD: the solidarity of an academic com- munity founded upon a monolithic Core Curriculum for everyone. Then tonight I read a long letter written by Dr. Greg Roper on the challenge that faces our seemingly anonymous institution. This what I would like to share my thoughts about: the anonymity of the University of Dallas. I just 'googled' the phrase "Univeristy of Dallas," and the first couple of hits are for the University ofTexas at Dallas. This is even now changing. People are finding out about UD, and people are talking abo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

The University News March 29, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS tT To: ieremvspoke@,gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Mirhaba, Jeremy! That's Turkish for "hello," I think. This past Thursday was International Day, so I thought I'd give you a little taste of the UD multicultural scene. Once again, the Haggar foyer was filled with colorful flags, and the smell of curry greeted my nostrils as I approached the mall. The main thing I was attracted to, which I always am, was the international arts and crafts sitting on the tables in Haggar. I always buy at least one a year because they're so colorful and bright and often remind me that there is (indeed!) a world beyond Irving, TX. Although, I'm often confused as to what the arts and crafts actually are. Last year, I thought I was buying a bell, but there's not a clapper inside the conical shape, so I'm not sure what it does. If you put it to your ear, however, it does weakly mimic the roar of an ocean. I put it to m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 29 March 2006

12 March 29, 2006 The University News Back Page ii Across 41 SG presidential candidate 1 central in NYC 42 Saints & in Italian 4 free food from Campus Ministry 43 a nice day 8 metal 44 hospital TV series 9 home city of the big arch 45 see ya later 10 you pay with Euros here 47 Little Rock state 11 bird homes 13 sound a dog makes Down 15 title for a man 1 Madonna's has fake ducks 16 content of Tommy Heyne articles 2 51 19 senior Ades' initials 3 Jack in the Box, Pei Wei and Steak & Shake 20 earch ngine (brother of ahoo)? 4 first half of bible 21 UD colors and white 5 author of Republic 23 C A burger place, & Out 6 1st capital of modern Greece, part of UD Gre 24 Yours, Mine and s trip 25 weird, strange 7 English Prof, likes to "READ" 27 Norse God 9 number issued at birth 28 midnight food 10 auntie from Oz 29 a long time 12 the UD bells tell this 30 soccer player Corey 14 sailing action 31 and flow 17 with 5 down, The 33 16th president 18 give mail 35 where thesis' and mone...

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

HJ N IVERSITY^N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 21 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas April 21, 2006 University News Interviews His Holiness, Pope Benedict X I by Chris Wolfe CONTRIBUTING WRITER University News: Good evening, your holiness. Benedict XVI-God Bless you, my son. UN: So, you've written a new encyclical, Deus Caritas Est. How would you say your encyclical speaks to students of Catholic universities? Benedict: I would hope that those Christian scholars reading the encyclical would draw increased devotion to Jesus Christ, understand the close relationship between Catholicism and philosophy, and of course, strengthen their communities. It is good to keep in mind that the encyclical is a universal document, addressed to the entire church. As individual members of Catholic universities, you are called on to follow the same standards as all other Catholics. Deus Caritas Est speaks to students in the same way it talks to everyone else. Just because mutter und vater aren't watching, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

2 April 5, 2006 The University News News iU niversity ^News Editor Monica Bond Assistant Editor Katie Scharber Production Director Alex Peacher Production Assistant Tammy Weber News Editor Mary Chadwick Commentary Editors Andrew Junker & Ben Gibson Arts & Entertainment Editor Sharon Salmon Features Editor Meg Furey Sports Editor Robert Hartle Photo Editor John Schuler Business Manager Corey Stein Advertising Manager Johnathon Aylor Advertising Representatives Allison Aquino & Jennifer Russell Webmaster Corey Stein Advisor Mark Zeske udnews@udallas.edu The Univ ersity News is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas, 1 845 E. Northgate Dr., #732, Irving, TX, 75062, Subscriptions are $20 a semester or $35 a year. Call 972-721-5056 for information. The University News is also available online at www.udallasnews. com. Issues from the past two years are archived on the website. Fundraiser-Ride Proposed by Student Can adrenaline and pyrotechnics save our univer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

The University News April 5, 2006 3 News Outstanding Faculty Honored at K ng/Haggar Award Ceremoney Maurer named Hagger Fellow, Thurow named King Fellow by Katie Scharber ASSISTANT EDITOR Several faculty members were honored at the King/Haggar Awards last week. The King Fellow and Haggar Fellow were announced, as well as the King/Haggar Scholars, who will receive stipends to offset costs of scholarly study and projects. The honorees were chosen by the Faculty Development Committee, Cherie Clodfelter, Dale Fodness, Sally Hicks, R. J. Pestritto, Maura Sheehan, and Glen Thurow. Also recognized were the principal donors to the King/ Haggar Faculty Development Endowment, the Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond R. Haggar. The King/Haggar Faculty Development Endowment has funded the awards since 1985- I he Haggar Fellowship, presented by Dr. Glen 1 liurow on behalf of the Faculty Development 2 0 0 6 King Fellow Dr. Glen Thurow receives his medal from Dr. Frank L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

^^^pnlJ>^006^he^niversity^News^ News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate and Spud: * SG will be hosting a High School Leadership Conference, tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 29th- Dean Eley has approved the schedule and agreed to pay for meals for the participants. * Congratulations to Lisa Jones, S.G.'s new Augustine Representative. Your Newly Elected Student Government Executive Council Upcoming SPUD Events: Thursday, April 6: • TGIT will be hosting the Movement Tour. This Tour consists of 4 bands and a DJ. Music will begin at 9:30 p.m. and go until 1 a.m. in the Rat. Pina-coladas will be available for the first two hours. Come support local Dallas bands! Friday, April 7: • II Carnevale di Venezia, UD's annual Spring Formal, begins at 8:00 p.m. at La Cima Club overlooking the Wild Mustangs in Las Colinas. Tickets will be on sale all week in the Haggar Foyer at lunch and dinner. News from SPUD: • Congratulations to the First Annual Tower...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

i^he_Univerei1^iNews_J\|3n^^ News Students Fly, Flop, Fight at Lazy Faire 3WSJB ■ 7-332- jutap All photos by John Schuler West Debates UTA Professor on Constitutionality of Affirmative Action by Kristin McFarland CONTRIBUTING WRITER Last week, University of Dallas hosted the annual Bradford Debate. Lino Graglia, professor of law at the University of Texas at Austin School of Law, debated Dr. Tom West, professor of politics at UD, on the question of "Affirmative Action: Is it Constitutional? Legal? Good?" Graglia started the debate by stating that most people agree the government should refrain from discrimination and make positive steps tp ensure that the same opportunities are offered to people of all races. The question, he suggested, is the legitimacy of government preference based on race. The use of affirmative action in college admissions, Graglia stated, is based on an argument for the benefit of diversity in universities rather than a concern for the individuals involved. Gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

g April 5, 2006 The University News The University News April 5, 2006 7 Features r. urtsinger "What is it in you that reaches out to love somebody?" Tin feelin' mean to- day!" "We love to be caught up in little moments of wholeness, moments that remind us that things are for a reason" "if you want to he a real man, be like Christ" by James Kovvlakowski CONTRIBUTING WRITER 'Morning's when I You have to face the things that There are ten thousand different voices one hears haven't been daily as he makes his way through the halls of the Univer- tamed" sltY of Dallas. This is about one of them. The university, in June of '56, was an office build- ing in downtown Dallas while the buildings were go- ing up in Irving. At this point, the fac ulty consisted of only a haven't had handful of eager teachers, lunch yet" a S00^ bit of daring, and whole lot of faith. And as the walls slowly began to I wanna get climb and take their form wet, I wanna among the trees and birds, get on that which for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

8 April 5, 2006 The University News Arts & Entertainment ine Smoking, Cool Ice, Awful Instinct, Swinging Slugs by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Based on Christopher Buck- ley's 1994 novel, Jason Reit- man's Thank You for Smok- ing (Landmark's Magnolia) is a satire on some rather easy targets — amoral lobbyists, posturing politicians, calculat- ing Hollywood super-agents and manipulative journalists, among others. They're not hard to hit, and trying to protect the interests of the industry he serves. And when he gets together with his col- leagues from the alcohol and firearms lobbies to chew over their common interests over lunch, the picture periodically takes wing. Reitman may not have made a modern Dr. Strangelove, but he's at least managed a the approach is in any event more genial than lacerating. Short on venom, the movie is more a lightweight spoof than a scalding satire. Still, it's an amusing piece, with smiling Aaron Eckhart tying everything together as a spokesman for big tobacco...

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

The University News April 5, 2006 Arts & Entertianment Cacophonous by Michelle Padgett CONTRIBUTING WRD ER The Sounds are loud, catchy, and make styl- ish wardrobe decisions. The 80s throwback band's leading lady, Maja Ivars- son, is a gor- geous platinum blond with the word "rockstar" written all over her. They are from Sweden. And with ev- erything The Sounds have going for them, it is difficult to understand how their recent release Dying to Say This to You is so horribly bad. The album works like a tribute to the parts of the 80s that should really just re- main in the past. Retro-synth keys are great. Retro-horns are not. The album opener, "Song with a Mission," is a mismatched, showy, disaster. "Queen of Apology" is enjoyable and really promising. However, the following track, "Tony the Beat," dashes hopes and establishes the album's down- ward trend. The ridicu- lously titled song is like a bad version of Toni Basil's "Hey Mickey." Most of the al- bum sounds like a campy ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

3H_ April 5, 2006 The University News Sports UD Baseball Results 3/24/06 vs. Central Christian College L 4-7 3/25/06 vs. Southwestern University (dh) L 2-10 &L 2-3 3/28/06 @ Howard Payne University L 4-8 UD Softball Results 3/28/06 @ Austin College (dh) W 15-1 & W 19-9 LEFT: Intramural Basketball Champions, Game Excellence of Execution, (from top left) Nick Frei, Mike Cusack, Mike Cow- an, Barry McCain, Jerome Foss, James Kowlakowski, Mike West, Bryan Barrera, Patrick Eichholz, and Alan Saweris UD Golf Team by Kristin McFarland CONTRIBUTING WRITER The UD golf team competed on March 21 in a dual match tournament against Concordia University. "We lost the match, but I was pleased with how our team competed. Our team is fairly young and this was the first actual test we have had this semester. So, it was nice to see that we actually have the ability and the talent to compete with most D-III schools in the area," said freshman Ryan Hogue. "I think that the team is really young, ...

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