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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

8 The University News October 11, 2006 Arts & Entertainment 1 \ Nm me caw . v M 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. Fail PH0N8TH0N 2006 Oct. 22nd - 26th I Nov. 5th - 9th

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

October 11, 2006 The University News rts & Entertainment K o Ashley Wood re- contributing Writer Most of the Ratt's seats were filled last Tuesday evening, as students and faculty gathered for Charity Week's annual "Open Mic Night." Juniors Joe Satarino and Chris Black hosted the event, which included everything from madrigal-singing to furry tail-telling to President-impersonating. Running just oyer three hours, the fundraiser delivered a fun (if lengthy) evening full of exciting (if guitar-heavy) entertainment. The night's highlights included a performance by "The Tetraphones," an Irish sing-a-long led by Theology professor Dr. John Norris, and a rousing number by Dr. Waterman-Ward and "The Watermans" (her daughters) that almost garnered a standing ovation. "You guys hit some high notes," emcee Satarino remarked. "I don't know if I could do that." Equally impressive was the performance delivered by Neal McGowan, who wowed the crowd with his weathered voice (and stylish shoes),...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 October 2006

^jJ^^October^ll^OO£^he^Univers^ Commentary Esto Washington! WASHINGTON, OBVIOUSLY. Thomas Fagan CONTRIBUTOR When taking examples of manliness from UD and U.S. History, George Washington is a good model, because he lived a principled life and wrote 110 Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior. Good manners are one mark of a gentleman, and they not only help to make friends and avoid creating enemies, but also help in job interviews and working with people. Be- low are excerpts from George Washington's written collection. If one follows them, he too may be president! #22) "Show not yourself glad at the misfortune of another, though he were your enemy. #35) "Let your discourse with men of business be short and comprehensive." #66) "Be not forward but friendly and courteous; be the first to salute, hear, and answer; and be not pensive when it's time to converse." #68) "Go not thither, where you know not, whether you shall be welcoming or not. Give not advice without being asked and when de...

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

^Dctober^ll^OO£^h^ Commentary GOP mishandles Foley controversy Michael McMahon COMMENTARY EDITOR Mark Foley... wow, where to start on this one. For awhile there have been "not too secret promises" from Karl Rove about an "October surprise. The idea is that something really Big will happen right before we go to the polls. The Big Event rallies the base, pulls over the fence-sitters and keeps the Republicans in power until 2008—at least. There was, of course, tons of gossip on the web about what Mr. Rove had up his sleeve. My personal favorite—floated by the invalu- able Wonkette.com, I believe— was a late-October surprise attack on Iran. Exciting! Insane! Instead we have Mark Foley, a Republican from everyone's favorite state of Florida (aside from the orange juice, does anything good come out of that place). Foley is very, very creepy and we are very, very lucky he will no longer be in politics. I get the feeling that this was not the message that the GOP wanted to be broadcasting r...

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

12 October 11, 2006 The University News Campus Captions! Lifestyles !She says... IIK SAYS., Question of the week: Everytime I want to have some alone time with my girlfirend, my roommate is around. I try to hint to him that we'd like to be alone. But he doesn't seem to get it. How can I ask him to leave without being rude? —Three's a Crowd Rafael Carrasco The UD boy/girl ratio n action/' Write a caption for this picture and « send it to udnews@udallas.edu Thank you for your participation in our Lifestyles page. Feel free to e-mail us at udnews@udallas. edu if you wish to become part of our news team. Heather Haneman Dear Three, COLUMNIST Even though your roommate has the right to remain in his room, you should be able to reach a reasonable agreement if you take the time to address the issue. It is important that you both discuss this problem with your roommate before your girlfriend comes over. Maybe your roommate doesn't mind leaving the room every once in a while, but he just hasn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

Volum rvinq, Phi Beta Kappa: Symposium Sans Socrates Mary Tetzlaff A&E EDITOR Any UD student looking to catch a good lecture, he doesn't have to look long or hard. A quick survey of the banners in Haggar offer a several occasions to see a number of diverse lectures, from Dinner and Discourse to Last Chance Lecture. This last Saturday, October 21, presented students with a different sort of opportunity to see some lectures. At the annual Phi Beta Kappa Symposium, a composite of professors and students gave a series of lectures,, original poetry readings, and musical recitals. The Symposium was a particularly unique prospect for students seeking to expand their intellectual horizons. Professors, usually fixed lecturing within their chosen discipline, showed the breadth of their interests and passions with lectures ranging into curious but interesting subjects. Dr. Waterman, for example, a professor of music gave a stimulating lecture on whether God did indeed play dice with the un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

2 October 25, 2006 The University News News University Shorts Service Ops Student L fe (Olilililili Charity Week is over, but the party is still swinging! L 1 Spud Alert Sign ups for Battle of the Bands are starting! Pick up your sign up forms m the SALC and put them in Bridget Kuzma's bos in the SG office ASAP. College Bowl is coming up fast! If you are interested in participating, fill out a form in the SALC and return it ASAP- The Revenge your Roommate Dance will be this Friday. Set your roommate up and dress up as "The Perfect Pair"! Go as Lucy and Rickey or Sonny and Cher! Set your roommate up and join us for: an evening of fun! Look for Banners in Haggar for more information. TGlT this week is a student band form here at UD!! Houlden's back Pocket will be playing from 9 to 12 in the Rat. Feed the Hungry at the Dallas Life Foundation on the next three Fridays:. Oct. 27j Nov. 3, and Nov. 10. We will meet at the Tower at 3:20 PM and be back on campus by 6 PM. Visit the Elderly at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

_T|he_Umversit^iNews_Octoberi^5i^006__^i News Notes from Campus Ministry Each semester, the Office of Campus Ministry sponsors three trips to the St. Joseph Residence Center in Dallas. The center is a live-in residence for Senior Citizens run by the Bethlehemite Sisters from Columbia, South America. The residents are able to pray Mass and the Rosary daily. Last month, we played bingo with the residents and offered fresh fruit, hand lotion and kleenex as prizes. The Seniors are always happy to sit and have conversations with visitors as days are long for die elderly and their families do not have an opportunity to visit as.' ?j often as they would wish. % $. uic Upcoming Dinner and Discourse Dates: October 24 "World Youth Day in Australia" with Mr. Kevin Dougherty from the Diocese of Dallas October 31 "Purgatory: The Christian Answer to Reincarnation" with Bro. David Seid, OP Nov7 "Fishers of Men: Vocations" with 1 t. Josef Vollmer-Konig of the Diocesan Vocation Office I Matthew 25:3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

4 The University News October 25, 2006 Advertisement Mane we caw A 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. Fail PH0N9TH0N 2006 Oct. 22nd - 26th I Nov. 5th - 9th

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

The University News October 25, 2006 5 News Art illage sculptures brutally vandalized [Jessica McLeod | CONTRIBUTOR While two-dimensional student art can often be found on campus in either the Loggia or Upper Gallery of the Art History Building, ceramic and sculpture students have begun using the outdoors as their public, yet secluded, venue. There are plenty of pieces to be found scattered in- between the Wivmski Foundations and Ceramics buildings and in the art village woods. Student art has accumulated and evolved over a number of decades; new projects appear from time to time, including a new work every year from the spring 3-D design class. The art village forest contains pieces at different stages of completeness and degradation. Most of these are scattered between trees and brush and aren't noticeable until you've almost stepped on them. All students are encouraged to investigate these locations and see their fellow student's contributions, but are also asked to be respectful...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

6 The University News October 25, 2006 News Public Service Announcement xom !SO Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States, claiming approximately 350,000 lives each year. 95% of people who suffer a heart attack in the workplace do not survive. But did you know that defibrillation within three minutes of the onset of a heart attack results in 30-70%. survival rates? AED machines, housed in plastic cases the size of a large purse, can be used to monitor a person's heartbeat and determine if the heart's rhythm is normal. Defibrillators can also deliver electric shocks to restart (he heart or correct an irregular heartbeat, AEDs are designed to be used by non-medical personnel, ,so cardiac arrest victims don't have to wait for emergency crews to arrive to receive potentially life-saving treatment. Here's what to do if someone is unconscious/unresponsive: 1. Call 2-9-1-1. Contact the Campus Safety Office 2. Check for breathing. If the victim is not breathin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

The University News October 25, 2006 7 News Una Carta En Espagnol: El 12 de octubre' Gutierrez, Andreu, Rodriguez CONTRIBUTORS El 12 de octubre es en Espana y en Ids paisesHispanoamericanos una fecha de gran importancia y una fiesta: nacionah En este dia especial se conmemora el "descubrimiento" de las Americas por parte de Colon, la celebracion de la Hispanidad (o de la Raza) y, en Espana, la solemnidad religiosa de Jsfuestra Senora del Pilar—Patron,i de; Espana. I in solidaridad y conmemoracion reflexionemos brevemente sobre estos tres acontecimientos, que se celebran anualmente. La Hispanidad Es dificil en nuestros dias definir algo tan abstracto, vago y amplio conio el termino "hispanidad" y esa dificultad tiene su base en la realidad misma; la lieterogeneidad de los diversOs mdividuos que componen esteerupo social tan grande. Pero aun es posible ver algo especial que destaca a los hispanos, ademas de un uso comun de la lengua espanola (dotada de una riqueza variada de dialectos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

8 The University News October 25, 2006 Sports riday Men's Soccer v. Finlandia - @ 4:00 Women's Soccer v. Finlandia 2:00 Volleyball v. St. Thomas 4:00 Volleyball v. Mt. Mary -@8:00 Saturday Volleybal v. Mt. Mary - @ 12:00 Volleyball v. St Thomas 4:00 Sunday Men's Soccer v. Bethany Lutheran College - <g> 3:00 Women's Soccer v. Bethany Lutheran College 1:00 Volleyball Sweeps n Cal for- Baseball Parody nia, Pushes Record to 14-14 RJ Karas Sports Editor The Crusader Volleyball team rolled through a three match stint in California, taking matches from Cal Tech (30-16, 30-15, 30-14), Occidental College (30- 16, 30-25, 26-30, 19-30, 20-18), and La Sierra University (30-27, 30-28, 30-21). Junior Megan Brittain (Sanger/Sanger) became the all-time individual season leader for digs with 600 by totalling 73 digs over the weekend, surpassing the former season record of 558. The team also set a new match record for total blocks with 19 at Occidental. For the weekend, UD was led in kills by j...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

The University News October 25, 2006 Q Sports Groundhogs Roll Past Rice & Reds RJ Karas CONTRIBUTOR The Groundhogs could not have asked for a better start to the 2006 season. With only one loss coming in the final match of the Cow Town Tournament against Texas State the 'Hoggies have shown that winning is not always about size. Over the past two weeks the Groundhogs traveled to Houston to play Rice University, a Division I side, as well as hosting the Dallas Reds this past weekend. In both matches the 'Hoggies, who compete in Texas Rugby Union's second division, were no match for either opponent, pound for pound, however the Groundhogs, in both matches, proved that brains are in fact stronger than brawn. The Groundhogs traveled to Houston to prove a point. Rice University, who has recently struggled in the first division of Texas Rugby, has repeatedly spurned the University of Dallas because of the 'Hoggies classification. With the opportunity to beat the Owls finally at hand Co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

]_0 October 25, 2006 The University News Features * U Ashley Wood PROJECT EDITOR At 10:00 last Thursday night, Hip Hop TGIT was off to a slow start. When asked whether the low-energy crowd was the norm for the event, senior Rachel Castellanos said the real party would begin at around 11pm. Castellanos, who has bartended the affair for two years, said that the event, while generally well-liked by students, did not generate more bar revenue than a typical TGIT. "I think it's more popular for underclassmen," she explained. CSO officer Super Dave agreed. "I think more of the younger students mostly [attend the event]," he said. When asked what he thought of the now annual affair, Super Dave was hesitant. "I did not grow up in hip hop culture; I grew up in hippy culture," he said. "Hippy is not hip hop...that's about as deep as I can go." "I'm just glad they're having fun," he added. In fact, Super Dave could (and did) go deeper, returning later with some thoughtful observations. "I don'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

Univeristy of Dallas Visit your Josten's representative on these dates for special pricing on the recently designed University of Dallas official ring. > o 11 CD CD CD / jr d Date: Oct. 30-31 Time/Place: 10 am-2 pm Student Center THEN Time/Place 5 pm-7 pm Braniff Building ios tens ©2006 Jostens Inc. Printed in U.S.A. #108223

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

12 The University News October 25, 2006 Advertisement Washington Post, Washington, D.C. Thousands o >oys from Bogota's slums transform their lives under the guidance of a concerned priest. by Harry c. McPherson McPherson, a former White House Aide and currently a Washington Attorney, visited Colombia as Consultant to the Inter-American Foundation There are in Bogota, Columbia, thou- sands of boys, aged about 5 to 15, who live anarchic lives. They are called gamines or street waifs. The word, as we are familiar with it from the French, sug- gests a cheerful, ingratiating impudence. The gamines of Bogota have this quality. They are fiercely independent and scornful of those among them who com- promise with society. The gamines are not altogether winsome in their mischief. Like actors in a Latin version of "Oliver!" they steal, and they work for various Fagins. They also kill from time to time. They are involved in the ubiqui- tous drug rackets. Many are diseased. Dressed in rags, t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

October 25, 2006 The University News 13 Arts & Entertainment FeSTIVXLK7 T XCCHUJ Drew Johnson Contributing Writer This past Friday, sparkling grape juice ("wine") was joined with scrumptious Greek gyro meat, hummus, and other goodies for the Festival of the Bacchus hosted by the RAs Renee Gremillion and Shannon Collins. The O'Connell patio became a place to eat, drink, and be merry while awaiting the promise of The Iliad Throwing Contest. Early on Shannon broke out the croquet mallets and wickets and proceeded to teach everyone the game. She then followed by beating everyone by several strokes. A game of horseshoes and a round of Greek dancing followed as several upper classmen, lured by the prospect of free food, joined the rest of the toga-clad crowd. Finally, the much-awaited moment arrived. The Iliad Throwing Contest summoned all those who wanted to vent their frustrations on the epic. Each contender had two chances to chuck the 528 page classic of the Core. Among the editio...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 October 2006

14 T^e University News October 25, 2006 Arts & Entertainment — the in ormation — Luis Gonzales Contributing Writer He may have been a "loser" in the mid-nineties, but alternative rocker Beck has come a long way since his breakthrough hit made him the poster child for the slacker generation of that decade. Beck's musical longevity is due, in part, to his ability to keep producing interesting and innovative music such as his brand new album, The Information. Though Beck began working on The Information under the guidance of producer Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney) in 2003, it wasn't until this year when he concluded the final recording and mixing sessions. Needless to say, the final result is a meticulously crafted, intricate concept album, and therefore impossible to pigeonhole into one category. Following In the footsteps of 2005's highly addictive Guero, Beck continues to expand on the hip-hop, alt-rock infused sound while masterfully blending pop rhythms, crazy elect...

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