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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

2 September 20, 2006 The University News News E and Piec T he University — _L (^O Reports On Tuesday September 12, 2006, the Office of Student Life adjudicated three offenses of minor possessing alcohol in a residential area. The offenses occurred on Sunday, August 20 at 10:20 PM, Thursday, September 7 at 10:45 PM and Wednesday, August 30 at 10:20 PM. SG G3V6I Welcome back to school everyone! SG has officially started and we are very excited and have many fun activities for you this year. Have any suggestions? Just let your Class or Hall Representative know. There is also a suggestion box in the SALC, so feel free to let us know! Sunday Sundaes will be starting this next weekend, so come by and enjoy a tasty study treat! Look for banners in Haggar for more information. We are also starting a cue stick initiative and are trying to get more for the Rat. Jostens will he on campus on September 26th and 27th from 10 to 2 in Haggar and 5 to 7 in Braniff. Come see the ring possibilities an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

The University News September 20, 2006 3 News A Modest Proposal? by Amy Turner Contributing Writer Dear Fellow Students, I write to you as intellectuals who have chosen our university for its Catholic, classical educa- tion, at the heart of which is our core curriculum. A mo- tion entitled "Proposals for an Improved Core" is presently before the Core Curriculum Committee. If passed, this pro- posal will greatly alter the face and quite possibly the identity of the University of Dallas. However, as the foundation and guide of our pursuit of wisdom, the Core ought to be guarded well, and only modi- fied with much and thoughtful consideration. Such a large revision to the Core as is cur- rently being proposed requires every intellectual who pursues wisdom at UD to enter the discussion. The Proposal at hand calls for a veritable reconstruction of the Core. It recommends "consolidation" of the core classes, removing one History course, one English course, one Philosophy course, one Forei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

4 September 20, 2006 The University News Nfws Fall Lecture Series Tales of UD Past and Present by Mary Powers News Editor "Where are you living this semester?" a University of Dallas upperclassman asked a new freshman acquaintance. "I'm living in Theresa Hall," she responded as they walked into Haggar University Center, and planned a meeting in Blakeley Library for a last minute study session. This began a discussion on how these buildings were named. Who was Mr. Haggar? Wio was Theresa? St. Theresa of Avila? Who was Anselm? If you went to the four-lecture series on the history of UD on Sept. 11-14, you'd know the answer to these questions and many more interesting facts about UD's roots. The lectures began with the heroic story of the Cistercian journey from Hungary to Texas. Fr. Benedict Monostori talked about his experiences in the Soviet Union in the late 1940s and early 1950s, including his escape to the U.S. in the 1950. He then explained how the Cistercians moved from Rome, t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

The University News September 20, 2006 Sports Athletic Events Calander for September 18th MOM 19th TUES 20th WED Men's Soccer v. SAGU 5 p.m. 21th THUR Volleyball v. Mid-American Christian @ SAGU S p.m. 22 th FRI I m SAT Cross Country TX Rill Championships @ Abilene, TX Men's Soccer O Austin Colleqe TBA Women's Soccer @Austin College 1 p.m. Rugby Alumn Match @ McNabb Pitch 7 p.m. Brittain breaks UD d g record, Jennings ties ace mark by Krysta Hample and Eric Miracle Coni 11butino Writers Two weeks into the season and UD's women's volleyball team has already broken one school record and tied another. T he University of Dallas Women's Volleyball team opened the 2006 season by hosting the UD Volleyball Invitational. Austin College, Martin Luther College, Maryville College, and Schreiner University participated along with UD on September 1st and 2nd at the Maher Athletic Center. Junior Megan Brittain now finds herself atop the UD volleyball individual match records for digs in a four-gam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

g The University News September 20, 2006 Sports Crusader Teams Set Standard at Bulldog Opener Rugby club opens season with victory by Byron Davis CONTRIBUTING WRITER The first Saturday of the month, opened the season for the Crusader runners at theTLU Bulldog Opener in Seguin, TX. The women's team competed first, setting an aggressive mark in the 5K for the remainder of the semester. Stellar Freshman Angela Cuba (Holliday, TX) blazed through the dry course to lead women with a time of 21:17, earning her eighth place in the competitive field. Senior captain Glencora Cowan (Baton Rouge, LA) backed her up with an 18th place finish, in a time of 22:35. Junior Katie Collins (Davis, CA) rounded out the top three with a 24:09 and a 39th finish. Sophomores Monica Craig (Hillsdale, MI), Heather Haneman (Munster, IN), Karla Salerno (Austin, TX, and freshman Colby Foster (Seguin, TX) rounded out the women's team nicely to earn them a fifth place finish in the 6 team field. Beginning later the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

The University News September 20, 2006 Arts & Entertainment Artist Album Label Released Rating: www.rollingstone.com Niightcrawler by Luis Gonzalez CONTRIBUTING WRITER Writing and recording a hit record may be difficult, but New Jersey singer/ songwriter Pete Yorn sure makes it look easy. The final chapter in his "life in a day" album trilogy is Nightcrawler, and it makes the three-year delay since Yorn's last record worth every bit of the wait. Following closely in the footsteps of 2001's critically acclaimed music fort hcmotiiitigii free and 2003's follow-up Day I Forgot, Nightcrawler continues the pop-rock sensibilities of its predecessors but attempts to widen Yorn's repertoire. Sure, there are the dark, moody ballads we have come to expect from Pete Yorn. Among them are the opening track, "vampyre," and Pete Yorn Nightcrawler Red Ink /Columbia August 29,2006 • ••CO the brooding "maybe I'm right." There are also upbeat, catchy numbers such as the stellar "undercover" and the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

J_0 September 20, 2006 The University News Arts & Entertainment Rock N' Roller Skate by Sarah Crotty CON rRIBUTING WRI i'ER Teased hair, pink spandex, and disco lights helped students kick off the academic school year at the Rock-N-Roller Skate Party held by the SPUD Socials Committee on Friday, September 1. Students dressed in 1980's attire and rocked their socks off at Mid- Cities Skateland. Awards were given for multiple categories including Best Dressed Skater, Best Overall Skater, Best Fall, and Best Dancer. Andrea Chapa, Socials Committee Chair, believes the event was a success, "It was a great way for freshman to meet new people, and for older students to hang out with friends," she said. About 90 students attended the event. "Everyone dressed in 80's attire and it was a lot of fun," said Chapa. "The cool thing about UD is that no one is afraid to dress and up and be creative." The SPUD Socials Committee holds multiple dances throughout the year as well as an ice skating ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

J3eptember^20^2005^The^Unwersity^News^^^^ Commentary STAFF EDITORIAL Tower Village: Jormitory 2.0 by Keegan McCabe-Hense CONTRIBUTING WRITER It is freely acknowledged by the Tower Village leasing office that the property is owned by the University of Dallas. Rumors of strange rules abound, whether it be an eight-person occupancy limit or a policy of dealing with student parties in a somewhat draconian manner. The validity of these rumors will most likely remain a secret; according to an anonymous source, the school finds itself in a very strange position regarding its students, its property, and its obligation to a seven-year old contract with the department of Housing and Urban Development, HUD. Sometime in the nineties, the source says, the university was offered the property then called Old Mill Stream apartments, a section eight housing development in bad need of renovation. The going price: one dollar and a long-term commitment. According to the contract, as my source understan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 September 2006

12 September 20th, 2006 The University News Back Page Vropping^of WCbdom/ "he Hidden ountain I 't RESTROONA • (V "he usiindid Camera sREcre kitcHE lounGE ATIOn LOUNGE Follow the white rabbit behind the sculpture building to find an alternate dimension where the sinks are spotless and the toilets smell like Mr. Clean just dropped a big one. Because nobody knows about these bathrooms, the paper rolls hang from the stalls like the swollen udders of a pregnant cow, awaiting your able hands. So milk this opportunity and hurry down the hill for a little relief and relaxation before a urinal buddy appears. The Private Jet of oi lets Dripping of superfluous luxury and the finest tile Irving has to offer, the Gorman lower level hosts a white washed wonder that begs a bidet. A fre- quent stop for men and women who like to stretch out, this common commode has the acoustics of Carnegie Hall and sports the lazy boy equivalent of American Standard. UD has yet to hire a blind Ital- ian to hand out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

Novinski Novel Page 4 He says, She says. Page 12 ( J ^ Pa§e ] H*o Uninspired Films Page 8 ?ilms ~w U NIVERSITY N EWS Volume XXXVI, Number II University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 27, 2006 Promotional UD movie to debut Mary Powers NEWS EDITOR Thanks to two recent graduates, the University of Dallas now has a new means of presenting itself to prospective students. In Kuropi- this summer, Tommy Heyne andjohn Rhodes, who graduated from UD last year, finished editing a promotional movie they had shot on campus last semester. The movie -- produced in cooperation with Student Government and Student Foundation -- was recently debuted in two separate showings to faculty and students leaders. The film features many familiar faces on campus, including; Dr. Sommerfeldt, Dr. Grider, Dr. Hanssen, Jorge Preble, Sarah Papania, Cat Torres, and Emily Austin. The footage shows many facets of the UD experience, from the academic program to TGlT W hile traditions such as Mallapolooza are highlig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

2 September 27, 2006 The University News News BitSand ^ Pieces Oil The Univer sity CSO Reports On September 21,2006, 12:55 AM, a student came to the Campus Safety Office to report that he had been bitten m the right thumb by a squirrel. He stated that the squirrel apparently had a broken back and was being attacked by a opossum. He stated that he attempted to pick up the squirrel to place it in a box in order to take it to the Humane Society when the squirrel suddenly turned and bit him in the right thumb. The squirrel bite left a laceration on the student's right thumb. The student requested that Irving EMS be called. IFD Paramedics arrived at 1:06 AM and assessed the wound caused by the squirrel. The student declined transport to the hospital and was advised to see his doctor in the morning. Tater Times SAVE THE DATE! *Thursday September 28th: • UD Promotional video Premier 8pm in Lynch • TGIT with "full service" from Austin, Texas! Announcements: • Anyone interested in joining an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

The University News September 27, 2006 3 News Re-enactors Unite Living History Society kick starts at UD Mary Tetzlaff A&E EDITOR It's a well-established fact that; UD students love to dress up. Just observe the turn out for events like Disco TGIT, or the crazy costumes at the Halloween dance. Now to give width, breadth, and depth to this favorite UD pastime is the newly founded Living History Society. At the helm is Donny Covington, who has enjoyed the hobby of historical reenactment since he was but a wee lad. Niow he is looking to share his experience and build a community base for this interesting hobby. Covington expounded on what all is entailed in being a part of the Living History Society, saying, "The primary purpose is to participate in reenactments for the benefit of the public." These reenactments "present the life of the time" for the public. Authenticity is a key element in the process. Re-enactors try to present themselves fully in their historical context. This r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

4 The University News September 27, 2006 News whathe considered r<> be the premier issue in the way men and women view their gender and fhe opposite sex; stereotypes. Women are acting less feminine and men are acting less masculine. Society, in general, encourages women Id become entirely independent of their male counterparts. Men are told to become more sensitive to the feelings of others and compromise their natural behavior. According to West, men Dr. Cowan Speaks to Braniff Alumni A large group of students listens as Dr. West discusses gender roles in society. should perform for women in order to, appear worthy of having a relationship, whereas women — knowing that college boys are not quite men — should adopt a more forgiving attitude. Photos by Monica Klem Chris Wolfe CONTRIBUTOR A new book began circulating during the 50th Anniversary festivities this past weekend. Copies of XMimity of Dallas: 50. Years of Vision <&' Courage, 1956- 2006 were first released to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

The University News September 27, 2006 Sports _J ;V Men's Soccer Makes Headl nes e f I JJ m Mike Hasson Contributing Writer The freshman wanders the Mall with a wide but slightly embarrassed smile and it does not take a second glance to see why. He is wearing aviator- sunglasses, a hat straight out of The Goof Troop and is draped by a four- foot billboard that reads, "Ask me about my game." Meet Jatson Millerd, one of nine freshman soccer players to join a Crusader team that went 11-4-1 and undefeated at home last year. Jason has been one of the main promoters of the men's home games this year, which have seen an enthusiastic spirit from the fans and an energetic response from the players who have pushed the Crusader's home unbeaten streak to almost two years. "The atmosphere at our games is tremendously positive," Captain, Brandon Kenney said. "When the team has the support of rowdy fans, it makes us work that much harder to really give the fans something to cheer about." The Crusa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

Q September 27, 2006 The University News Feat Senior Studios Shown Again Keegan McCabe-Hense ¥ T Staff Writer The final presentations of last year's senior art class reappeared in the Haggar foyer. It wasn't your normal encore - at the end of last year, after the studio art majors had spent days hanging their shows, a majority of them were informed that they had finished too late. Some had been tardy only by minutes; others, by hours. Regardless, they were all informed that they had failed and would have to come back the next semester to hang their shows again. The student opinion last year was almost unanimous: the decision demonstrated an unnecessarily harsh adherence to the rules. The students whose projects were involved had to postpone their postgraduate life in order to return and re-exhibit their art because they had not met a deadline in an endeavor which, to the general UD population, seemed entirely non time-specific. We do not, of course, complain that Haggar has twice be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

The University News September 27, 2006 7 URES Bridget Sercer Vanessa Bruce Jessica C ramer Kelly Dupen CHRISTIANS Hampton Frost w \

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

8 The University News September 27, 2006 Arts & Entertai jackass meets Stupidity is inescapabull ohnny Knoxvi ii C made his name as the star of MTV's series Jackass, and his first big-screen success was the feature-length version of the show. he collection of daredevil sketches, cilled with scatological gags, nudity and sexual innuendo, was savaged by critics, but made a big profit on its nothing budget. So it's no surprise that there's now a Jackass Number Two, and Knoxville visited Dallas last week to promote it. Looking rather the worse for wear—not so much the result of getting pummeled by a bull and bitten by a snake while making the movie as from a long night in local watering holes—he shielded his eyes with sunglasses as he spoke about the sequel in a Hotel Zaza conference room, friend and director Jeff Tremaine sitting beside him. "When we started pitching Jackass [to networks]," Tremaine recalled, "we didn't know where it would go. The first place we went was HBO. We pl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

September 27, 2006 The University News Q Arts & Entertainment JACKASS, Cont'd movie...and now the second. The rowdy guys who make up the Jackass troupe can, Tremaine admitted, be hard to control at times. "It's absolutely as anarchic as it looks—probably more," Tremaine said. "J 11 have to run around and yank beers out of their hands and try to keep it as calm as possible. But the whole time I have to have my back to the wall, because it comes my way, too." "But he has to maintain order while asking people to do this crazy stuff," Knoxville interjected. "Manipulating us. If you don't want to do a stunt, he's got all kinds of ways to come at you. The guys know he's coming at you. You know he's coming at you, but you're defenseless. "He's the greatest salesman alive." BIG SCREEN, Cont'd The picture looks stunning, but in narrative terms it's too murky, implausible and poorly acted for even De Palma's pizzazz to save. Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men (wide release), a thinly...

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