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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

The University News April 5, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary ohn 'aul II: owards the dea of a Catholic University Professor Matthew Ogilvie's letter from last week is taken substantially from a letter he circulated among faculty on email. The "faclist" d iscussion is, of course, the most proper forum for professors to discuss and charitably debate controversial issues. I responded to Prof. Ogilvie's letter in detail in that forum. The appearance of his letter in the student newspaper was rather surprising to me. Although I would not have wished to publish a version of my response to his letter in this forum, I find it necessary to do so, in order that his one-sided reading of Ex corde Ecclesiae may not stand without response. In this response I seek to affirm what is true in this letter, to remark upon certain elements of common sense that ought to inform a responsible reading of Ex corde, and to situate in their proper context the texts to which Prof. Ogilvie makes reference. An Affirmation P...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 April 2006

12 April 5, 2006 The University News Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— I was in a great big funk last week. I try to look at my finances online as little as possible because of the great physical and spiritual pain it causes me to see my money dwindling away so rapidly I've never been very good with money but for a long time, I never had much reason to spend it — until iTunes had all of the Murphy Brown episodes to download. You know the immensely fond memories I have of this sitcom. Who wouldn't love a wry working, single mother making her way in the world? Needless to say, I bought every single episode, along with the various podcasts discussing the show's character development, and totally ex- hausted my bank account. So I was forced to get a part-time job at the Rat. The duties of a Rat-worker, or Ratter, as we affectionately call ourselves, are more difficult than I had imagined. As you know, there is a pe- ...

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

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 22 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas April 12, 2006 Immigration Protest Marches Through Dallas by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR Hundreds of thousands of people marched through downtown Dallas this past Sunday to protest the House bill [HR 4437] that makes criminals of illegal immigrants and those who have hired and helped undocumented Workers. Previously, these people were only punished with a civil infraction. The bill was drawn up in hopes of controlling the enormous illegal immigrant population, most of whom do not have insurance or pay taxes. According to The Dallas Morning News, 350,000 to 500,000 were estimated to be in attendance of the protest. The police said no acts of violence were reported. The protesters were encouraged to wear white as a symbol of peace, and to wave American flags rather than Mexican. The march began at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe and ended at Dallas City Hall. Many participants attended Palm Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

2 April 12, 2006 The University News News Hie SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: * All are invited to attend the Down Syndrome Dance on Friday, April 28th- If you have any questions please contact Tommy Heyne or Cat Torres, Service Committee Chair. * Thanks to Andrew Laird, Madonna Hall representative, Madonna now has a new ping-pong table. Stay tuned for an upcoming ping-pong tournament. News Briefs: UD Faciiities department to hire for summer Facilities will have 20 positions open for summer 2006 employment. The length of service will be from 5/15 / 06 to8/25/06. Visit the web link (https:// www.udallas.edu/form. cfm?ID=195) and scroll to the section of the page titled "Summer Employment" for more information and to apply on-line. Only currently enrolled returning students, and Fl students need apply. UD to host Best Buddies Picnic for north Texas region The seventh annual Best Buddies Picnic will be held Sunday, April 23 from 12-4 p.m. near the Towe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

The University News April 12, 2006 3 News Too Legit to TGIT by Mary Chadwick MEWS EDITOR The weather was nice, the music was kickin' and the drinks were flowing at this week's TGIT. The weekly event attracted an enormous crowd of students, who packed onto the patio to watch the live music. The bar served pina coladas to those students of age to help kick off the final push towards the end of the school year. Three b an ds perfo rmed Thursday night, ODIS, MelbaTOAST, and the crowd favorite, ROMALLICE. All three bands are from Dallas and tour locally, but they are beginning to travel outside of Texas, booking shows all over the country. It was not the first time that UD students were introduced to ROMALLICE; many of them had the pleasure of hearing him first at FireWater, a nearby bar that plays live music on Wednesday nights. ROMALLICE, who recently played at UTD, thoroughly enjoyed playing at TGIT. After joking with the crowd, saying that UTD students said they were more fun than UD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

^^^phl^2^006^he^University^News^ Arts & Entertainment Students Spend a Night in Venice at Spring Formal 2006 by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR The 2006 University of Dallas spring formal was held Friday at the Las Colinas Country Club. This year's theme was II Carnivale Venezia. I he dance attracted over four hundred students, alumni, faculty and staff The formal, which is held every April, is organized by SPUD. Junior Renee Gremillion, Socials Chair and VP Programming Elect, spearheaded this year's event. "I hope that everyone enjoyed 'il Carnevale di Venezia' at La Cima! The event was sensational, and it was one of the pleasures of my life to be a part of its planning!" Gremillion said. The band, Bruce Evans' Musical Team, which plays at other UD events, including the Graduation Gala and Cotillion played big band music. Dear Students, On behalf of the SPUD Socials Committee, I would like to thank you for attending the annual Spring Formal at La Cima Club. The event could not have b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

J^pnl^2^006^1ie^UniversityJNIews^^^ On Campus II IliKe Week at IU1D): photo courtesy of Thi Tran o courtesy of Tristan Decker PRE-LEASE YOUR APARTMENT HOME FOR THE FALL SEMLSTER TOD A Y!U * 1/2 Security Deposit and Application fee * 10% Monthly Discount (Months 4 through 12) Plus Take Possession of Apartment June 1st, 1/2 rent for June, July and August 2006 or Storage Special, $75 monthly fee June, July and August 2006 12 month lease term required to qualify for move-in special | PORT UNITY Tower Village Apartments 1700 E Northgate Drive Irving, Texas 75062 office: 972-438-2515 fax: 972-554-4956 website: www.towervillageapts.com email: tower@towervillageapts.com REALTY CORPORATION photo courtesy of Mary Chadwick Top left: Sophomores Ally Davis, Lara Stocker, and Thi Tran huddle for warmth while waiting for the shuttle to La Cima Club. Top right: Freshman Neal McGowan prepares for early registration on-line. Bottom left: Freshman Audrey Ahern and senior Charles Lane Cowen perform in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

g April 12, 2006 The University News The University News April 12, 2006 7 Features Compiled and edited by Br. Joseph Van House, O. Cist The springtime combination of work-fatigue and beautiful weather can be a very strong reminder that a diet composed exclusively of required readings, even readings as rich as the classics, has its downside. People who no longer read for simple pleasure can forget what it means to enjoy learning; their favorite texts become uphill battles, and their conversational topics keep running laps around the same cramped and stale bubble. Seeking a bit of fresh fruit to offer for scurvying mariners, then, we solicited some members of the broader UD community to recommend some worthwhile alternatives for your nightstand, dinner table, or (eventual) beach bag. They came up with quite a variety: Better than Well: American Medicine Meets the American Dream, by Carl Elliott. (W. W. Norton & Co, 2003. 320pp) $14.95 Review by Brandon Brown, Constantin alum ('03)...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

8 April 12, 2006 The University News Arts & Entertainment ages courtesy of the art department New Exh bit Opens On Campus by Sharon Salmon ARTS 6: ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Layers and Allusions, an painting exhibition featuring German artist Joachim Kersten and Chicago artist Richard Lange, is currently on display in the Beatrice Haggerty Gallery. The Haggerty Gallery is located in the Art History Building of the Haggerty Arts Village. The exhibition runs through Sunday April 30. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday noon - 5 p.m. JML L fi*£4 (3D by Michelle Padgett CONTRIBUTING WRITER The fate of Yeah Yeah Yeahs' second full-length album, Show Your Bones, was decided even before the first note was written. In 2003 the trio released their debut Fever to Tell, a frenzied and fabulously reckless album. The extensive tours that followed spread outlandish stories about lead-vocalist Karen O's dangerous, outrageous and sometimes bloody stage anti...

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

^he_Universit^iiNews_^2ril>^2fc^006_ Arts & Entertainment eave Take, Try Brick, Ponder Number by FS MOVIE REVIEWER If you saw the recent documentary Mad Hot Ballroom, you'll experience a feeling of deja vu watching Take the Lead (wide release), a highly fictionalized take on the tale of a ballroom dance instructor who applies his craft to a class of underachieving New York high school students. It doesn't hurt that the dedicated teacher is played by Antonio Banderas, who not only exudes smoothness and wears his elegant duds with aplomb, but proves an excellent hoofer, even if the fellow he's portraying never seems terribly authentic. „ tv i , i i i ji i i www.thezreview.cp.zu But the picture stumbles badly by becoming a chain of cli- ches — including a Romeo-and-Juliet romance between two of the students, a competition between the inner-city kids and some snooty uptown rivals, the objections of a "by-the-book" teacher and a finale that involves the big city-wide contest as op...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

J_Q The University News April 12, 2006 Sports J .£acrosse C^cil enge: Bring it On c :w h BECOME THE LEADER YOU WERE BORN TO BE Learn firsthand what it tskss tD lead others as an Ofhoer in the United States Army. Officer Candidate School (OCS) provides the direction, training and skills you need to become a leader in the Army and a isader in life. After completing Basic Combat Training, candidates participate in DCS training for 14 weeks and then ittianri tig Offer Basic Cere. As an Offictr, you'll is; respected as a Soldier, an inspiring leader and a «wt of the nation, out more, visit gOAaMY.COM/OCS or call 1-SOO-USA-ARMY. Stop talking about your future... Start Jving It! Become a Soldier. Where: Irving Army Recruiting Station, 3455 N. Beltlme When: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. by appt. Who: Call a local Army Recruiter at 972-255-0592 today AN ARMY OF ONE X Yes, UD, it is high time we take up again the Lacrosse Controversy of last year, incited by Zach Czaia's irrever- en...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

The University News April 12, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary LETTER FROM CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— There was a film festival last week. I know I've told you about the film I've been making for it since last fall. It was to be my magnum opus and, since very few people know me here, both my greeting and farewell to this academic institution. Unfortunately, I misread the banner in Haggar and did not submit my film in time for it to be shown, which is a real shame since I logged over five hundred hours on it. I asked the good people in the SALC if I could post fliers inviting the student body to my apartment to view my film, but they refused to stamp my posters. Please, humor me to tell you about the film. I must share my thoughts and vision with someone since no one here seems at all interested. The first shot opens on Seminary Hill. Of course, it is in black and white, but the trees have a red hue... I trust the symbolism is not lost on you...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 April 2006

12 April 12, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: V Booksellers WORST ALTERNATIVES TO SPRING FORMAL LOCATION 1.) The Carnival in the Barnes & Noble parking lot in the Irving Mall: Even though the Spring Formal is Carnevale themed, this does not provide a suitable alternative. The Kamikaze Ride and Tinseltown displays, while exciting, might overshadow the big brass band. On the other hand, the Ferris Wheel does provide a pleasing prospect of the gentle Highway 183 skyline. 2.) The Skyway Inn: We know; we know. We've used the Skyway Inn before for the smattering of natterings we pepper this Back Page with. We're sure that many of you, our readers, aren't even sure what's so funny about this unassuming, though thrifty, motel. Rest assured, it is funny. It's very funny. We're laughing right now. We mean, there's a Wendy's in the lobby; there's a funny smell coming from an indeterminate location and Michael McMahon really stayed there for a whole night, nearly perishing! O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 23 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Uproar in Art Dept. by Mary Chadwick NEWS iOlTOR Seven studio art majors worked over Easter break to set up their senior studios around campus, the last requirement before graduation. Their deadline was April 18 at 8 a.m. Only two seniors were finished by 8 a.m., and they are the only two who will graduate with a BA in studio art; the other five must return next year to display their shows again. These five students were asked to have their shows dismantled by 8 a.m. last Friday. Those five seniors had their shows up 5 to 24 hours late. Art students begin working on their senior presentations in the fall and work alongside their professors all year. They attend reviews throughout the year to ensure that their shows will be successful. The seven senior art majors are Sharice Williams, Renee Talamantez, both of whom passed, and Vanessa Bruce, Jessica Cramer, Hampton Frost, Kelly Dupen and Bridget Sercer, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

2 April 26, 2006 The University News News The S( avel News from your Student Government: Campus Safety Report News from the Senate: * Student Government's letter to Dr. Lazarus regarding his recent proposals to restructure the Core and the University has been published for the general public. Copies may be found in the SALC, the SG office, and also on the UD website. We encourage all students to read the letter, as well as Dr. Lazarus' proposal, as this is an important time for our university. * All are invited to attend the Down Syndrome Dance on Friday, April 28th- If you have any questions please contact Tommy Heyne or Cat Torres. Upcoming SPUD Events: Thursday, April 27 •TGIT featuring salsa dancing Friday, April 28 •Down Syndrome Dance Friday, April 28 •Ruskin Rhetoric Competition News from SPUD: Interested in being on the SPUD Programming Board? Applications are available in the SALC. Please fill them out and return them to Renee Gremillion's box. The following positions are a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

The University News April 26, 2006 3 News Left bottom and top: The Format Top center: Seniors Eli Danze and Kate Harkins Right: Senior Andrew Junker of Kinch Above: Seniors Rachel Vogel, Mary Anne Heal and Aly Chadwick News Briefs: Eta Lambda to examine Socrates Eta Lamba, UD's chapter of Eta Sigma Phi, a national classics honor society, will sponsor an event in Gorman Faculty Lounge Friday, April 28 at 3:30 p.m. Dr. Alexandra Alderman of Baylor University will speak on "Xenophon and the Background of the Defense of Socrates." Etna Sigma Phi was founded in 1914 "to further the spirit of cooperation and good will among the members of classical departments." Ruskin competitors to examine merits of UD education The topic for this year's Ruskin Rhetoric Competition is: "What good does a UD education bring to the world today?" All speakers are expected to address two questions in their speech: 1) What is a UD education? 2) What does the world need today? The competition will take place o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

i^he_Univerei1^iNews_J\|3nJ^^ News Congratulations College of Business GSM Graduates Master of Management: Terry Jay Brunenn, Interdisciplinary Chi-Yan Chow, Entrepreneurship Longo Emile Kadiango, Project Management Shirley K. Steward, Human Resource Management Hao-Yu Tsai, Corporate Finance SyedWali Zaidi, Interdisciplinary Master of Business Administration: Christina Love Ablorh, Corporate Finance Tatiana Amenti Abud, Global Business Ifeoma P. Agha, Human Resource Management and Project Management Jesse Alvarez, Business Management Jairo L. Amaya Ceballos, Information Assurance Regina Nyarkoah Annoh, Corporate Finance Todd Michael Arritola, Corporate Finance David Michael Atkins, Jr., Information Assurance Steffen Bay, Corporate Finance Sarada Boppana, Information Technology James A. Bowden, Health Services Management Tyler Brossart, Business Administration Juan Diego Bullos, Information Assurance Bjorn Burlin, Corporate Finance Kevin L. Butler, Business Administration Olga Elena ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

Q April 26, 2006 The University News The University News April 26, 2006 ~f Features Attacking the Innocent: The Anguish of Rape UD is such a small campus that we've probably passed each other on the mall several times. My name isn't important, because you can understand my point without needing to know it. I'm asking you to give me a chance to share my experience, which is unfortunately more common than it ought to be. I'm writing this not to make people pity me or sympathize with me; I'm writing this to keep myself from hiding in the shadows, from being selfish and cowardly. I am writing this for the girls at UD, and possibly for the guys, too. When we were little, we grew up thinking nothing could go wrong in our little worlds as long as we were good. I am the youngest of eight, and so by right I was the princess of the family - but I was a good little princess. Of course there were the mild indiscretions, but who didn't have those? But when I was 5 years old I was raped by a pers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

8 April 26, 2006 The University News Sports The Business of Sports: Expand Athlet cs, Help UD by RJ Karas SPORTS EDITOR The days of athletes playing a spoit "for the love of the game" are long gone. No longer are athletes competing for pride, but rather for a paycheck. The four major sports, base- ball, football, basketball and hockey, are all multi-million if not multi-billion dollar conglomerates made up of thirty to thirtv-two businesses within each firm. Each busi- ness, in and of itself, has its own managing body and is in business to make a profit. How is this profit created? The most obvious way for a professional sports organization to make money is through advertise- ments. Both local and national companies will pay millions of dollars to a professional sports organization for signage rights; in layman's terms, the Starbucks sign on the left field wall of your favorite baseball stadium. The most expensive advertisements are the nam- ing rights to an organizations stadium - ...

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