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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

The University News April 26, 2006 Arts & Entertainment V Cooking Corner: Pesto for Pasta Ingredients: 1 cup firmly packed fresh basil leaves Vi cup firmly packed fresh parsley sprigs with stems removed or torn fresh spinach Vi cup grated Parmesan or Romano cheese Vi cup pine nuts, wal- nuts or almonds 1 large clove garlic, qu- artered Vi teaspoon salt Vi cup olive oil or cook- ing oil Directions: 1. In a blender or food processor bowl, combine basil, parsley, cheese, nuts, garlic and salt. Cover and blend or process until a paste forms. Make sure tCi stop the machine sev- eral times and scrape the sides. 2. With the machine running slowly, gradually add olive oil or cooking oil and blend or process to the consistency of soft butter. 3. Add to pasta! If you will not be serv- ing the pesto immediately, divide it into three por- tions of about Vi cup each. Store in a small airtight container. You can refriger- ate for one to two days or freeze up to three months. I. — — — J Reinve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

10 ^Pr'' 26' 2006 The University News Arts & Entertainment Guard Against Sent nel, Repress Dreamz, Cons der Festival by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Hie Sentinel (wide release) is the worst sort of political thriller — the kind that starts out ex- tremely silly and gets progres- sively more preposterous as it goes along. Michael Douglas stars as a vet- eran Secret Service agent leading the First Lady's protective detail, a straight arrow who nonetheless harbors a deep, dark secret that makes him an inviting blackmail target. Soon mysterious forces frame him as a mole involved in an assassination scheme against the president, and he finds himself pursued by an estranged protege when he goes on the lam to prove his innocence and save the chief executive. The plot holes in The Senti- nel are large enough to fly a 747 through, with an especially ludi- crous finale, and the listless direc- tion merely accentuates them. The fact that the young agent who chases Douglas is played by Kiefer Sutherl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

The University News April 26, 2006 ]_]_ Commentary LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: :eremvspoke@gmail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— I have some really terrible news. I know that when you read that, you think, "Oh, Chutney's gotten into one of his little scrapes again; he's made a mountain out of a molehill." Well, not this time. It turns out I cannot graduate. I'm not fully certain of the circumstances myself, but what some dean told me had something to do with my taking Dr. Fratantuono's Old Norse class freshman year. Apparently it didn't count for anything. Appar- ently it didn't even exist as a class is supposed to exist. She couldn't find it in any of her records, so I brought her a notebook filled with all my dusty runes about the Iclandic sagas, and also the project I did on the tomb of a Scandinavian king named Hrunglaarf. This means I am six credits shy of graduating. I don't know how they didn't catch this before, but I have an idea it has something to do with ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 26 April 2006

12 April 26, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF PICKS: FAVORITE MOST UNDESIRABLE ACTIVITES AT MALLAPALOOZA 1 KICKING AND/OR PUNCH ING HOLES IN THE SCIENCE BUILDING WALL We've all been made upset by how bizarre and difficult Geometry is for having such an innocuous name, but taking chunks out of the wall is a little much. Plus, punching the wall may awaken the dragon which the Dragon Club has hidden in the Science Building. Oh, and punching the wall hurts your hand. A lot. 2) HOLDING LONG, VOCIFEROUS CONVERSATIONS IN THE DOORWAY OF THE BATHROOM At an event like Mallapalooza, where the beer flows like wine, good bathroom etiquette is a must. All should be concerned primarily with getting in and getting out. Speed and efficiency of the highest order are called for. So it's very poor form to clog the main artery into the bathroom with hilarious stories of beer garden high jinx. No one's very amused. 3) GIRLS WHO CLIMB ONSTAGE TO DANCE VERY UNIMPRESSIVELY IN A TINY CORNER OF THE ST...

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

SJ NIVERSITY4N E WS Volume XXXV, Number 24 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas May 3, 2006 Salsa Spectacular I ■rf Mm fast?* ±t • Freshmen Jesus Laredo and Maria Ramirez salsa and spin at the TG3T Salsa Spectacular last Thursday. Eta Sigma Phi Honors UD's Newest Members by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR Last Friday in the Gorman Faculty Lounge, Eta Sigma Phi, the national classics honor society, held an initiation ceremony for twelve UD students. Alexander Alderman, UD alumnus, Ph.D. candidate at Brown University and current teacher at Baylor University, addressed the society on "Xenophon and the Background of the Defense of Socrates." Eta Sigma Phi was founded in 1914; its mission is "to further the spirit of cooperation and good will among the members of classical departments and to Students Evaluate UD Education in Ruskin Rhetoric Competition by Monica Klem CONTRIBUTING WRITER Nine UD students spoke Saturday about the value of their UD education. The topic of the third annual Ruskin R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

2 May 3, 2006 The University News News The SG Gavel News from your Student Government: News from the Senate: * S.G. elected Mike Galvan as chair of the Recycling Committee. He has arranged with facilities to have a recycling bin placed between Gorman and the science building. All students are encouraged to recycle! * Mike Hasson, in an effort to educate UD students regarding alcohol abuse, has created the Alcohol Responsibility Committee. " It will be run by students for the students" Hasson said. * The Rat will soon receive a new pool table thanks to the initiative of Jacob Rhodes SG Senate Reaches Resolution Senate Resolution for Monday, April 10, 2006, jointly proposed by senior representatives Kellie Fiedorek, Nick Tarnmaro, Aly Chadwick, and Fernando Barrera. It passed—24 favored, 0 opposed, 1 abstained. We appreciate Dr. Lazarus' openness and solicitude in responding to student concerns regarding his recent proposals. We concur with the Faculty Senate and the Administration's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

The University News May 3, 2006 3 News lie Faces Behind Your Faces Faculty and Students Spend An Hour with the Core by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR. Every year there is a group of students who toil relentlessly spending hundreds of hours in Jerome basement, working hard to put together one of the most important books at UD, It may not be in the core, but it is still very important: the UD Yearbook. Beginning in the summer, students are snapping photos, laying out pages and typing up quirky captions to commemorate and record the year's events. Yearbook, like the newspaper or SPUD, is a paid position, not requiring work study or work opportunity. UD alumnus Mark Zeske is the current advisor, hired earlier this year to oversee the Yearbook staff Senior Trista Baker has found that the job has changed her outlook on UD. "I've had to look at things from different perspectives, not only on how things affect me, but how events on campus affect my colleagues. And, it has helped me learn names a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

^^^May^^006^he^UniversityJ^lews^ News Senior arewell: Awards, Plans, Graduation Announcements Congratulations to the Class of 2006 for all of your academic achievements at UD, and we wish you the best of luck in all of your future plans. Here is a little preview of what the some of the graduating seniors will be doing next year. Medical School Applicants for 2006 Booth Aldred Tina Ali Mohammed Ryan Alvares Jose Arvizu Farheen Assad Rachel Austin Jered Cook Delhi Ekambo Marie Frando Jim George Nicholas Heyne Thomas Heyne Mary Israel Thomas Michael McHugh Anh Nguyen Anna Nguyen Tuyetanh Thi Nguyen Dhruti Patel Gavin Puthoff Andrea Ramirez John Reneau Shoichiro Tanaka David Timler Maggie Warren Bryanne Whitney Elena Yates Jennifer Zingarelli The biology department would like to announce the winner of the Sister Clodovia Lockett Premedical Scholarship for 2006. The recipient is Damalie Namponye. The winner for the Dr. Frank J. Doe Scholarship Program at the University of Chicago is Erik...

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

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

6 May 3, 2006 The University News News Former Professor Inducted Volunteers Mentor Into TIPA Hall of Fame by Mary Chadwick NEWS EDITOR Former University of Dallas professor, Dr. Joe Norton, was recently inducted into the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Hall of Fame. UD was named his associate school. TIPA was founded in 1909 and is now the oldest, largest and most respected collegiate press associations and group in the country, according to the TIPA website, www.texasipa.org. The association began with just nine students on the Baylor University campus and made their goal "to improve college journalism, to raise the standard of college publications and to bring the colleges and editors into closer and more vital relationships." Dr. Norton joins a prestigious group of advisers and editors from Texas Universities. While at UD, Dr. Norton advised the newspaper and yearbook, "rebuilding the journalism program as Visiting Professor of Journalism," according to his Hall of Fame B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

The University News May 3, 2006 Arts & Entertainment " he "op "en Albums of 2005 - 2006 by Michelle Padgett CONTRIBUTING WRITER the boy least likely to As the school year finally winds down to its close, we often give into the natural tendency to reminisce. The end of an academic year marks a moment in time. For seniors, this is the end of their college experience and the beginning of a whole new world. For freshman, it's a time to breathe a sigh of relief and revel in the accomplishment of getting through their first year. With all this reminiscing going on, it only seems appropriate that we take a moment in this issue of The University News to announce my picks for the top ten albums of 2005 — 2006. Released in the months between August 2005 and May 2006, these were the albums not to be missed. Maybe you spent your se- mester listening to some of them. Perhaps you remember studying for midterms while humming "Soul Meets Body." Or, perhaps, this list will help you catch up on w...

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

3 May 3, 2006 The University News The University News May 3, 2006 Q Features LETTER FROM: CHUTNEY BUNDALS To: ieremvspoke@grnail.com From: chutnevbundals@vahoo.com Jeremy— I don't think I've slept since I last wrote to you. My mind is racing and so much has been decided. Veins and arteries of thoughts and feelings are crisscrossing so closely in my brain and heart that i in certain little of this will make sense to you. But you must listen. You must hear what has happened to me. You're my best friend, my only friend. After the shock of learning that I won't graduate and that I don't have enough money to continue my education elsewhere, and after I attempted that ill-advised bender at Mallapalooza, the talons of Despair sank so fully into my heart and soul that I could barely breathe. I locked myself into my room and refused to see any visitors (placing a sign that advertised the fact in big red Sharpie letters on my door). I must admit that this was partially a pitiful ploy for atte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

10 May 3, 2006 The University News Arts & Entertainment Tout Must-See 1xfii6itions by Sharon Salmon ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDI [OR Before you start pack- ing your bags to catch that plane back to your (perhaps) much-missed home, take some time to go see the best that the Dallas art scene has to offer. With museums and galleries galore, you can take your pick: From hand-crafted sculptures to imported tex- tiles, these art exhibits are must-sees before you make that long trek back to mom, pop, and long-awaited home cooking. * Branch and Scorpion: Maya Textiles from Guate- mala's Pacific Coast Currently on display at the Dal- las Museum of Art, this exhibit, according to a press release, contains "25 vibrant indigenous textiles that exemplify a little-known tradition of Maya weaving." Women still don the traditional garments today, and while the woven cloths have fallen out of fashion for fin Images courtesy of the DMA and the Nasher the men, they are worn in homage to their ance...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

The University News May 3, 2006 ]_]_ Arts & Entertainment Powerful fnited, amiliar Bee, Broken-Down RV by FS MOVIE REVIEWER Paul Greengrass made an astonishingly good film four years ago in Bloody Sunday, in which he recreated, with amazing verisimilitude, a tragic 1972 civil rights march in Northern Ireland. Now he brings the same combination of documentary starkness and dramatic intensity to the events of 9/11 with United 93 (wide release), which situates the events aboard that fourth plane, whose passengers forced the airliner to crash in a Pennsylvania field, within the broader context of the stunned reaction in the air traffic towers, the FAA headquarters and the northeast air defense command to the terrorist attack. There's no question that this is a difficult film to watch, and each person will have to ask whether he's ready to see it. But there's also no doubt that from a cin- ematic perspective it's a brilliant piece of work. Greengrass has fash- ioned a remarkable scri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

J_2 May 3, 2006 The University News Sports Groundhog Rugby: "he Year in Review Dedicated to Dennis Makus by Joel Makus by Joel Makus CONTRIBUTING WRITER Back in August, with the sun at its apex, 30-40 young men met on MacNab Pitch to embark upon the annual series of charac- ter-forming, nerve-rattling, and destiny-shaping adventures that is Groundhog Rugby. The season began with an influx of youthful exuberance combined with seasoned veter- ans that threatened to turn the Texas Rugby Unions established order on its head. The first semester was marked by continued development that was reflected in the continued on-field successes, such as the second place finish at the Cow- town Invitational Tournament. Freshmen Ryan "Brokeback" Crane and Travis "That's Hot" Cook, to name just a few, proved that rugby has a bright future at the University of Dallas. During the second semester, the rugby team was locked in a glass case of emotions, as the Groundhogs were bolstered by the return of man...

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

The University News May 3, 2006 ]_3 Sports Heekin, Hames Throw at UNT Meet, Finish Wei by Ryan Frey CONTRIBUTING WRITER Senior David Heekin (Jacksonville, FL) and junior Taryn Hames (San Diego, CA) competed in the Jason's Deli Mean Green Twilight Invitational on April 27 in Denton. The pair of UD throwers faired well against a field composed predominantly of Division I athletes, including competitors from UNT, Texas Tech, Baylor, and Oklahoma State. Heekin, coming off a third place finish in the javelin throw at the UT Twilight meet in Austin, competed as an unattached athlete at the UNT meet. His throw of 52.00 meters was good enough to earn fourth place in his second meet of the season. Afterwards, Heekin said he was pleased with the result, but hopes to continue improving in upcoming competitions this year. Hames, taking part in her final meet of the season, had a busier day. As has become her custom, she threw as many implements as meet officials would allow, competing in the ja...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

J^^^May^^006^heJUniversity^News^ Commentary Dr. Lazarus Visits Due Santi by Kristin Parrish CONTRIBUTING WRI FER We all know how special the Rome Program is for the University of Dallas. A very important person at UD was able to visit the campus for the first time and see what all the fuss is about. That's right, UD President Dr. Frank Lazarus visited the Due Santi campus during the week of March 12th. Though he had visited the Eternal City before, this trip had a completely different atmosphere-one where familiar faces and a good time awaited him What we, as a class, did not know about Dr. Lazarus is how knowledgeable a man he is of ancient Rome. He took time out his busy schedule of meeting with faculty and students to give us a lecture on this fascination of his. He was a classics major and rightly so. His breadth of knowledge on the mentality of Romans during ancient times and his evident expertise in teaching made for a interesting perspective on Rome that most students do not ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 3 May 2006

The University News May 3, 2006 ]_g Commentary n What Does a UD Education Br ing to the World Today?" Read On by Sarah Erickson Rl E TORiC. COMPETITION WINNER Midway along the journey of our life [or maybe more a quarter of the way given life expectancy] I woke to find myself in Irving, Texas for 1 had chosen to follow the wandering path to wisdom. How hard it is to tell what it was like, this wood, ofaca- demia, rigorous and broadening (Though, the thought of it brings back fond memories) a strange place! And Formidable. But if I would show the good that came of it, I must talk about things other than the good. When I began this speech, I almost unconsciously reached out to grasp a core text to hide behind. Even af- ter years of writing, I still struggle to find my own voice, instead of merely parroting what I've heard. Dante seem particularly pertinent to the topic because he demonstrates that in order to gain a vision of truth (which is, of course, the ultimate goal of this progr...

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

16 May 3, 2006 The University News Back Page STAFF P CKS: Signs that its time to graduate 1 .) The campus is green: Thanks to the tireless sprinklers which water the campus and its sidewalks rain or shine. Now is the time to move on, with her verdure firmly printed on our brains, before we are reminded of how the summer sun will burn the campus brown again by the end of the summer. 1 2.) Conversations with campus artwork: Some seniors have been spotted asking the portrait of Milam Joseph for love-tips. Seriously, that's enough, /all. Getting a little too cozy with the campus for comfort. Even though you can almost hear the portrait whispering: "Belong. Believe. Become." To which we must reply, dreamily, "Yes, we will help the campus realize its vision." 3.) The CSO nets are closing in: It has been rumored that some seniors have been eating in the cafeteria. And not always paying. We know. It's awful. But not to worry, their crimes have not gone unnoticed. Myrna's been making a list....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

est Proposal tain Breaks Record age 5 Sufjan Stevens Shines at Page 9 SJ N IVERSITWsl E WS Volume XXXVI, Number I University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 20, 2006 My Big at reshman Class by Monica Klein News Editor The class of 2010 is the second largest class in the history of the University of Dallas, with 315 first time freshmen. Only in the Fall of 1981 was the number of first-time freshman higher, at 324. While the big class will aid the university financially, John Grant, director of the Office of Student Life, stressed the additional benefits that this year's freshman class bring to UD. "I think that one of the best things that Enrollment was able to do was they increased the number of first year students without giving up on academic standards," Grant said. "It creates a nice dynamic, you have a larger group of people, you can develop community and friendships more easily. Primarily, I think what's important is the kind of excitement that it creates amongst them and am...

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