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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

j^j2^^September^7^006^The^Univers^ Commentary Marriage Protection Thomas Ranieri Contributing Writer As I was perusing America Online one morning, I bumped into one of their articles on "health," by Colette Bouchez. It concerned the new breakthroughs in women's contraception. "What captured the attention of most women was the 'pill'- a new method of pregnancy protection that promised to revolutionize a women's sex life. And it did." (Bouchez, Colette. "The New Birth Control Options." <http://aol.svc.health.webmd. aol. com/content/articl e/127/116633. htm>). Besi des just illustrating the classic problem with science (that scientists are more concerned with seeing if they can do something, rather than thinking if they should), this quote captures the blind enthusiasm that people have for contraception. It speaks matter- of-factly about the sexual revolution and assumes it is a beneficial thing. However, no-one asks what the sexual revolution did to the family. I am not going to...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

J3eptember^27^2005^The^Unwersity^News^^^^ Commentary Co Thursday, October 12 8:00 PM - Midnight Tower Mall th America Another Rome? D T 31 I'M Bennet Rawiki B y TM T T T O T £ T other goals would we like to achieve? Can we admit that the police can take it from here? Every day sees the Bush Administration trying to convince the world that they are the only ones who can save us. By spending time painting everyone who asks questions as terrorist sympathizers, they make the cause of Liberalism harder to advance. Who will trust these men who, instead of asking for the help we need, insist that international treaties are naive? Who will trust these men when they tell us that we must respect their wartime power as long as they say we are at war? Who will believe these men when they talk about the glories of Liberalism and democracy and then become indignant that their right to torture prisoners in Eastern Bloc basements is questioned? A war on an abstract object will become a joke, an ind...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 September 2006

12 September 27, 2006 The University News Lifestyles Fundamental Fitness Mary Tetzlaff A&E Editor Fencl off that Freshman Fifteen... * A .with Pilates Campus Captions She says... IIE SAYS... iheather Haneman Freshmen or not, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important to anyone planning on living a good long while. The rants have all been heard before: eat healthy, stay active, etc. Pilates is a mode of exercise founded by German- born Joseph Pilates in the early 1900s. It is a unique method of fitness, focusing on core postural muscles—which is helpful for sitting up and staying awake in class. There are five "Pilates Principles" that form the basis of the physical philosophy of the Pilates method. These five principles are Centering, Concentration, Control, Precision, Breathing, and Flowing Movement. All of which seem exceptionally beneficial to the typical stressed, frazzled, and busy college student. If pursued properly, Pilates help with mental concentration, level of fati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

UD Athletics Page 5 Esto Vir! Page 11 Sprightly Season Page 8 okL SUNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVI, Number III University of Dallas, Irving, Texas October 4, 2006 Judas: Raw Deal? Mary Tetzlaff A&E EDITOR Everyone here is familiar with the role of Judas in the life of Jesus, at least on a superficial level. He was that jerk who betrayed Jesus, right? The Gospel of Judas, about which Dr. Goodwin gave a lecture at last Tuesday's Dinner and Discourse, has a much different view of the man. The Gospel of Judas, written c.a. 150 AD, lis one of many Gnostic ■ | o s p e 1 s ^ that are not included in the ™ canon. During the lecture, Dr. Goodwin related the interesting story surrounding the discovery of the Gospel. Unearthed in Egypt m the 1970s, the Gospel of Judas went through some shady dealings, including being stolen, returned, and put on the "grey" antiquities market. The Gospel of Judas itself is a Gnostic text. It does not present Jesus as more than a teacher— never showing him with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

2 October 4, 2006 The University News News ® its. and C7 Pieces CSO Reports The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety between Saturday, September 23, 2006 and Friday, September 29,2006. Sunday, September24,2006f 09:53 PM - The Campus Safety Office received a report of a disturbance at the Student Apartments. When officers arrived one of the persons involved in the incident fled campus. The person that fled campus was identified as a non- student. Tuesday, September26,2006,1:40 AM - The Office of Campus Safety received a report of a man seen engaging in lewd and lascivious conduct in the Braniff library. The incident had occurred on Monday, September 25 at approximately 7:00PM. A Campus Safety officer in plain clothes went to the library at 6:55 PM on September 26, 2006 to observe library patrons for the purpose of identifying and detaining the person seen engaging in the illegal conduct On the previous date. The officer located the suspect on the 2nd floor...

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

_T|he_Umversit^iNews_Octobet_4ii^006__^i News RAPE, Cont'd that die correlation is a matter for concern. Grant stressed that according to Texas law someone who has been drinking cannot give legal consent, regardless of whether or not the person is intoxicated. Grant expressed concern for situations when alcohol is involved — it often leads to the woman feeling guilty and the man feeling that he had license to act the way he did. "It's still a sexual assault, legally and morally," he said. The university deals with instances of sexual abuse by a procedure laid out in the student handbook, which is legally binding for students enrolled at UD. "By being enrolled, students agree to submit to its conditions as long as they are students here and that covers any incident anywhere. How obviously we're not checking on people's open house violations at home, but if someone committed a felony in some other jurisdiction, we would have the right to do that, 9 Grant said. According to Grant, when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

4 The University News October 4, 2006 News Husband, Wife Team Heads German Department Chris Wolfe CONTRIBUTOR This semester, two professors new to the University of Dallas are teaching German- Dr. Evan Eidt and Professor Laura Eidt. They fill the places of Dr. Hennessey, who retired, and Dr. Anderson, who moved to Michigan. Dr. Evan saw that the university was in need of German professors and decided to come here with his wife Laura. He believes that universities often neglect the literature and culture of Western Civilization, and that even if one does not believe that Western Civilization is the most important, he should at least study it and be able to understand it. He thinks the UD provides its students with an opportunity to come to that understanding. The Eidts are enthusiastic about UD and about the German language. Dr. Evan is originally from Mississippi, but has been interested in German since he studied it in high school. He went on to study and visit Germany during his u...

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

The University News October 4, 2006 Sports * Photo by Drew Johnson 'Hoggies Start Slow, F nish Strong RJ Karas Sports Editor After strong showings against both the Dallas Diablos and UD's Alums, the Groundhogs had their first true test of the season this past weekend against the University of North Texas. The Eagles came out strong and after a first half that saw twenty-five scrums UNT had a commanding 12-0 lead. The second half began with more of the same. Quickly, UNT took the opening kick and touched down their third try of the test. But with a half of rugby left, the 'Hoggies were not intimidated by the Eagle's 17-0 lead. After a series of substitutions, Jorge Prebel touched down U.D.'s first try of the match. With momentum on the 'Hoggies side Danny Torrez quickly scored a second try and soon after Freshman Joe Haine touched down another try. After a successful conversion by Captain Nick Wignall, the 'Hoggies had tied the game at seventeen and were determined to send the Eagles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

g October 4, 2006 The University News The University News October 4, 2006 7 Features Ashley Woods PROJECT EDITOR If religions are like languages, then Dr. Crider is doubly blessed: he is, in a sense, bilingual. The UD English professor maintains that like a language, a religion "examines reality - here, the reality of the highest things - it does so within its own historically contingent idioms." The self-professed student of Buddhism and Christianity adds: "Having two languages for such things has been a blessing. It is one of the many [reasons] for which I am grateful to be at UD." If Dr. Crider's gratitude seems surprising, it is only because he teaches at a university where 71% of the undergraduates are Catholic, and he. . .well. . . isn "I wasn't reared within a religious tradition," says Dr. Crider. "When I first came to UD," lie offers, "I had to learn what it meant to teach at a Chri stian school; when I taught in Rome, what it meant to teach in a Catholic school. Rome awake...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

8 The University News October 4, 2006 Arts & Entertainment "I'm getting this really intense feeling of Deja Vu" & S* - ■ FS Contributing Writer School for Scoundrels Though loosely based on a rather genteel British comedy from 1960, School for Scoundrels (wide release) was written and directed by the fellow responsible for Old School and stars Napoleon Dynamite's Jon Heder. J hat pedigree suggests another raunchy farce aimed at the "Arrested-development" set. But though it has some adolescent touches and coarse gags, the movie turns out to be a surprisingly restrained comedy of romantic competition, almost like the ones Hollywood turned out in the 1950s or those aimed today at older audiences. Heder plays a sad-sack NYC parking cop who takes a course with acerbic Dr. P (Billy Bob Thornton) to teach him one-upmanship. Unfortunately, the competitive teacher responds to his student's apparent progress by trying to steal the affections of the young neighbor with whom he's long b...

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

October 4, 2006 The University News Art-f Entertainment Spicin' up Airband Katie Cosgrove Contributing Writer Nearly all the students and teachers participate in Charity Week's various: events, and their varying degrees of buffoonery This reporter decided to track down just one of the many parts that "make it work." I interviewed an amazing band kindly volunteering its services to Airband, a lip-syncing contest of epic proportions. This saucy British band is an amazing catch, since they are one of the most influential musical groups to come out of England and touch the world. Allow me to introduce the Spice Girls, performing for the first time at UD. Jeanne Luthi, better known as Baby Spice, kindly allowed me to ask her a few questions. University News: It must be hard to develop your music with all the bad press surrounding those artists who chCiCise not to play instruments. What makes the Spice Girls different from all the other alleged "talent- less clones" currently in the indus...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

JJL_ October 4, 2006 The University News Commentary Panel Defends Pope, Pupil Defends Panel Chris Wolfe CONTRIBUTER This essay will not address the reaction of the Muslim fundamentalists to Benedict the XVI's speech to the Uni- versity of Regensburg; rather it will address the reaction of the University of Dallas to this subject. For the real in- tended audience of Benedict s speech was his old University - a place that he wanted to energize, and to encourage. One is reminded of UD when he says that Regensburg was a place where "there was much direct contact with students and in particular among the professors themselves." His real message was one of encouragement to what he considers true universities, places with the "courage to engage the whole breadth of reason" and "rediscover it constantly." By "the whole breadth of reason," Benedict was particularly thinking of reason that preserved theology as part of the scheme, reason that was not "defined by 'science' and" which "must thu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

^3ctober^£00£^heJUnw Commentary Outsourcing Torture Michael McMahon COMMENTARY EDITOR It appears that the "torture debate" has come to a close. The compromise between those who want to torture and those who find doing so to be a profoundly evil thing has been made. The results have not been good. The Administration will soon be allowed to use the same methods as the KGB. The President and his rubber-stampers in Congress seem to have gotten the notion that the only way to keep us from being killed is to torture the bejesus foreigners the CIA kidnaps. The Democrats, never afraid to be bulled by jingoism and populism, will surely sickly this. There was one small group, though, that considers torture to be something that civilized people do not engage in. One group who wanted to know if there are ever enough "ticking bombs" out there to betray our principles and our constitution and continue constructing an archipelago of prisons. Senators Lindsey Graham and John Warner were led by Ariz...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 October 2006

12 October 4, 2006 The University News Lifestyles Char ty Week1 Schedule 1 Sunday Family Day on the Mall 10 AM- 2 PM, Silent Auction 2 Monday KAOS starts, Air bands perform at 8 PM on the Haggar Veranda 3 Tuesday Faculty Talent Show and Open Mic Night in the Rat at 7 PM 4 Wednesday Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament in the Rat, from 9 PM to I AM 5 Thursday I GI F with Matt Maher in the Rat from 9 PM to 12 AM 6 Friday Male Auction in Lynch at 8 PM 7 Saturday "Puttin' on the Ritz" Semi-Formal in the Cafeteria from 8 PM- 12 AM. Daily events Jail, penny war, silent auction and other booths. Fundamental Fitness Mary Tetzlaff She says... HE SAYS... Question of the week: How do I ask a girl to a dance without asking her to be my girlfriend? --Dangerously Dateless Heather Haneman COLUMNIST Relax! She probably won't think you are asking for more than a date unless Rafael Carrasco you explicitly say so. Just be mindful of a few things: When you ask her to the dance, do so at a time where you are...

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

October 11, 2006 THE Volume XXXVI, Number IV UNIVERSITY NEWS Chahity Week In Review m ■ '■ s •' 'tmW? 1 K s

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

2 October 11, 2006 The University News News Bits andsiJ ieces The University News caught up with Student Government President Jacob Rliodes amid the bustle of Charity week to get to know the man in charge of S.G, and ask him a few questions. D-Sk Let's get the basics down: hometown? Major? Jacob: Austin, TX and English. UJSk Describe yourself in three words. Jacob:Tall, dark and handsome. LIN.: Blondes or brunettes? Jacob: Blondes. US; Beach or Mountains? Jacob: Beach. D-Sk Summer or winter? Jacob: Summer. IJ<N,: Beer or wine? Jacob: Wine. LIN.: Favorite author? Jacob: Mark Twain EESL: Wliat living person do you most admire? Jacob: [laughs] John Polce D-Sk Wlio, is die most interesting person you've met? Jacob: A Swiss man named Rowland Aeschlimann who spent five years traveling the world without the use of an airplane, (Jacob met Aeschlimann while living in Canada.) LIN.: What place would you most like to visit for an extended period of time? Jacob: Spain U.N.: What is the most ...

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

_T|he_Umversit^iNews_Octobei_^i^006__^i News Fst fi lm series ^i2006ForeignLanguageFiimseiies-wednesdays,6:30pm, Lynch Auditorium Foreign films enrich language studies Monica Klein NEWS EDITOR The Department of Modern Languages is presenting its fifth foreign film of the semester this Wednesday ;at 6:30 PM in the Lynch Auditorium. The film will be Fernando Trueba's 1m nina de tus ojos, (Spain, 1998). The film is a part of a semester long series being presented by the department. The first film shown in the series was Wim Wender's Brntta. Vista Social Cktk German professors Dr. Jacob- Ivan Eidt and Laura Eidt, who have been instrumental in the organization of the film series, were impressed by the interest of the university community in the film series, They estimated an attendance of forty at the showing of the first film, and approximately thirty at showings since then. "This semester we don't really have a theme for the films. We selected them because most of them are classics, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

4 The University News October 11, 2006 News Crusaders for Life participate in nationwide demonstration Sandra Ramirez CONTRIBUTOR Students from the University of Dallas' Crusaders for Life, as well as seminarians from Holy Trinity Seminary, participated in a Life Chain in Las Colinas on October 1. The day was designated "National Life Chain Sunday" by Please Let Me Live, an organization based in northern California. The Organization coordinates demonstrations across the United States and Canada each year, usually on the first Sunday of October. Participants in the event witnessed to the dignity of human life by holding non-graphic signs On the: side of the road with different pro-life statements, such as "Abortion Hurts Women," "Life- the First Inalienable Right," and "Pray to End Abortion," among others. According to a press release issued the day of the demonstration, "the event is devoted to repentance, peaceful public witness, and ultimately to ending leg-.,feed Q,, abortion. T ...

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

The University News October 11, 2006 Sports UD Men's Soccer, Cont nu ng Success Mike Hassan Contributing Writer It was not always pretty and it was occasionally very ugly, but the UD men's soccer team continued their success against their two toughest opponents of the year. The Crusaders tied Colorado College 1-1 at home in front of the largest crowd since their opener and then took to the road to beat Illinois Wesleyan 1-0 in double overtime. When asked to describe the weekend's performances, head coach David Hoffmann was quick to draw a distinction between the two games. "The Colorado game was really a maturation of the [men's soccer] program," he said, "three years ago that was a team that beat us 8-0 and this game was an indication that we've really bridged that gap in our play and in the minds of voters." It was a game that was fought in the midfield, marked by quality chances for both teams, and saw a late goal by senior, Corey Jenson tie the score. Dallas' defense bore the br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

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