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

4 November 8, 2006 The University News News La iriion del Pilar Javier Andreu CONTRIBUTOR Despues de 1966 anos, el mundo hispano sigue celebrando la aparicion de la Virtun del Pilar. Segun la tradicion de la Iglesia Catolica, el 12 de octubre se festeja el hecho de que la Virgen Maria, aun viva, se le presentara al apostol Santiago en la peninsula Iberica a las orillas del rio Ebro. La milagrosa bilocacion de Maria, es decir que estaba simultaneamente presents en dos lugares diferentes, sucedio cuando el apostol pensaba abandonar su mision y volverse a Judea. Ella se le present© con un mensaje de esperanza y fortaleza, animandole a persistir con ese pueblo tan duro de corazon. La Virgen se le aparecio encima de una columna como simbolo de la firmeza en la fe y de la solidez de su proteccion. La columna, o pilar, que milagrosamente aparecio alii, fue la primera piedra del templo que Maria pidio a Santiago construir en su nombre — segun la tradicion este templo es el primero dedicado ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

November 1, 2006 The University News Commentary Esto Lively! Thomas Fagan CONTRIBUTOR The following is a great story about manliness because it shows the need to practice the funda- mentals in sports and to lead by example. The story was written by and is about, Dan Lively (05), who won the New Jersey state champi- onship in the discus in high school. I wanted to know how he won the championship, and here is what he wrote: "Okay, my freshman and sopho- more years at Paul VI were really great on the track team. This was mostly because of my Coach, Matt Cieslik. He was actually probably one of the best long distance coach- es in South Jersey (our region), but he also knew the throws really well. Anyway, he had a really great coaching style. He was a big ball of muscle but was really a gentle coach. He understood how to teach people the necessary techniques and absolutely knew how to motivate. There wasn't a guy on that team that wouldn't run into a brick wall for him if he asked that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

Q November 8, 2006 The University News Feat us ■\* t; • '•TV A Jf'W *>.V 4t .-T' % ' ■'«A<T > A %t09SdMWi^.. Students run the familiar route of Junior Poet. "WhereVs everybody?" It's 1 lam Friday and the final section of Junior Poet is meeting for the last time before panels. At least.. .most of them. "Half of our class isn't here," observes senior Wendy Briones. "They're probably in the library finishing their annotations." The dreaded annotated bibliography—just one of the many hefty assignments that make up the infamous UD class. In addition to mastering both the complete canon and the biography of their chosen poet, students are expected to read and review a minimum of five critical books and twenty-five scholarly articles... due at 5pm. The task is notoriously daunting. And tiring, apparently. A majority of students interviewed report getting no more than an hour of sleep Thursday night— some even less. And while the occasional all-nighter is certainly not unusual for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

November 8, 2006 The University News "J URES Sarah Papania proud- ly displays the anno- tations for her Junior Poet: e.e. cummings Elizabeth Malone and Chelsea Byrne were overjoyed their printers worked. "I wasn't sure what they were going to do then," he says. "But now, when they come into my office..." He pauses, smiling. "I can see them getting it now," he says. Labour is blossoming or dancing where The body is not bruised to pleasure soul, Nor beauty born out of its own despair, Nor blear-eyed wisdom out of midnight oil. "What about this stanza? What does it mean?" Dr. Roper asks, having read aloud from Yeats's "Among School Children." "That's kind of intense for this morning," offers a student. The class laughs. "[The stanza] does seem to be suggesting that tins [intellectual abstraction] is not the way," suggests Dr. Roper. "Maybe not something you want to say to people who've stayed up all night writing their annotations," he admits. He reads on: O chestnut tree, great rooted...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

3. November 1, 2006 The University News Commentary Letters to the Editor More to immigration than meets the eye I am writing in regard to the article that was in the paper about the Mayor and the illegal immigrant's issue. I agree that UD students should be concerned about the city because this is their new home, and they should be aware of the issues around them. The article, however, was a bit one sided. It seemed to say that every immigrant in Irving is a criminal. I do agree that due to lack of docu- mentation it makes it difficult to track down immigrant criminals, but not all the immigrants com- mit crimes. My concern is not that a peti- tion exists. My concern is simply that the 100's of students coming from all over the country are being exposed to these issues for the first time, and when asked to sign the petition they are given a myopic article about immigration. For some of them, their first impres- sion is "immigrants = danger." It is necessary to remember that im- migr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

November 8, 2006 The University News Q Sports Volleyball Ends Regular Season with 21-14 Record -Match Win Streak IEric Miracle CONTRIBUTOR Seniors Taryn Flames and Nicole Sassenus closed their volleyball careers at UD by leading their team to 4 victories over Mt. Mary College and the University of St. Thomas on 10/27-28. The Crusaders end their 2006 regular season campaign at 21-14. UD opened Friday with a 30-17,24-30,30-25, 30-25 victory over St. Thomas and closed the evening with a 30-5, 30-11, 30-11 win over Mt. Mary. The teams matched up again Saturday wTith UD victories over Ml. Mary (30-9, 30-12, 30-12) and St. Thomas (23-30, 30-26, 30-26, 32-34, 15-12). The final win Saturday capped an 11-match win streak for the Crusaders, the longest in school history. For the weekend, Hames totaled 47 kills (.422 attack percentage), 4 aces, 7 block solos and 4 block assists, while Sassenus racked up 26 kills, 6 aces, 4 block solos and 2 block assists. Junior Sheilah Jennings followed Hames...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 November 2006

10 November 8, 2006 The University News -Arts & Entertainment Heavily Hyped Borat opped by Energetic Animation FS Movie Reviewer \ Borat Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (wide release) is one of the most hyped movies of the year, already pegged by the mainstream media as one of the funniest moves ever made. It's gotten more pre-release buzz than even the late, unlamented Snakes on a Plane. The picture's a mockumentary, partly scripted and partly composed of Candid Camera-style segments, in which Cohen plays one of his cult TV characters — a lovably goofy, obliviously clueless Kazakh "journalist" who visits the U.S. to learn about American culture. The joke is that his naively racist, sexist questions to ordinary people bring out their underlying biases, revealing the chauvinism, smugness and bigotry that lies just beneath the surface. The intent is obviously satirical—Borat is like a blissfully obtuse C a n d...

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

November 8, 2006 The University News -Arts & Entertainment Volpone Mary Tetzlaff A&E Editor he opening night of this semester s main stage production of Ben Jonsons Volpone saw a stage bursting with stunning set design, spectacular costuming, and admirable action. TGIT Open Mic Night In the opening scene, suffused with decadent swaths of red fabric, ornate lighting, and imperious hanging archways, Volpone, played by senior John Aylor,: leaps from his luridly luxurious bed, inexorably drawing the audience into a raucous ride of deception, treachery, plotting, and identity switching. John Aylor's performance of Volpone, "the fox", was a commixture of continuity and quirkiness —all complemented by his on-stage companion, Mosca "the fly", played by senior Matt Alexander. Alexander's acting exuded ease and humor as he played the mischievous mouthpiece ofVolpone. The quartet of dupes in Volpone's plot was played with indiviciual distinction. A lady friend of Volpone's ("the peacoc...

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

12 November 8, 2006 The University News Lifestyles She says... Hi SAYS... j ) Question of the week: My boyfriend's best friend is a revolting! Her sense of sexuality leads her to talk about her atypical intimate life in graphic and disgusting detail, i just don't understand how he can enjoy her company Now she's done it. She bought him a case of beer for his birthday Although I trust him entirely I believe it is inappropriate for him to be drinking- however moderately- with another woman. I've talked with him, and he thinks I'm just hashing a holier-than-thou argument. I said, "...I don't feel comfortable with you consuming alcohol alone with her." ~ She's Gotta Go Chatting With Dr. q Amanda White CONTRIBUTING WRITER O Three semesters ago I begrudgingly considered signing up for UD's core- required economics course. The advice T I received from fellow students was unanimous: take Dr. Doyle's class. And pi it's no wonder-- Doyle's obvious passion for teaching is communicated via a da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

A Sensible, Discussion P. 4 Lev i Smith W P. 10 Procrastination P. 8-9 SUNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number VIII University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Lehrberger, West Debate Aquinas on Natural Law iMonica Klem NEWS EDITOR Last Friday, Dr. Thomas West and Fr. James Lehrberger debated the concept of natural law in Aquinas in front of more than (such and such) students in Gorman A. The debate was moved from the Gorman Faculty Lounge because pf the high turnout. D r . u ■a West spoke first, introducing the topic by explaining thatLeo Stauss saw "an unbridgeable and fundamental conflict between t h e teaching of reason and the teaching of revelation." "Aquinas appears to argue throughout all of his works that faith and reason do not conflict, that faith completes reason and does not contradict reason, just as grace perfects nature and does not abolish nature. One might call this the official teaching of Thomas Aquinas," West said. However, West made the case that, while Aquinas' attempt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

2 November 15, 2006 The University News News niversit (Olililili A I $ \ I J B 1 a s t Hi'7 i-J. U News by the Numbers 10 Redskin Reasons 49 Democrats 1,000,000 Thank-you's! 1 One-handed Pirate 3 Hours Later..... 7 Krav Maga Moves Save the Date! SG Gavel The .Past Battle of the Bands is next weekend, Saturday Movember 18th. Gome enjoy RHA's. ■Country Fair from 3-7pm. Come by and enjoy a mechanical bull ride, face painting cake walk, and pie eating, Then from 6-7 SG as it's annual chili cook off, and then from 5-12 the bands face off for die right to play at Mallapolooza. Come cheer on your favorite bands and enjoy a full day of fun! Classifieds Nannies Needed f/t, p/t, job/care experience, non-smoker ;Own transportation, top pay; 972-949- 4144 Bartenders Wanted $;250/day potential. Mo experience necessary Training provided. Age 18+ GK, 800-965-6520 XT240 Assistant/Nanny for Grapevine home/office. 3day/wk, 9-5. $10/ hr. Heed: Non smoker, energetic, intelligent, English-fluent, Io;ye ...

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

November 15, 2006 The University News News An Interview with Dr. Karl Manor A UD Professor on Literature, Greek, Education, and Following your Heart [Angela Cuba I CONTRIBUTOR Upon ones first encounter with Dr. Mauer, it is almost immediately apparent that he is a man who is more than the sum of his parts. An Associate Professor of Classics, he came to UD after teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received his MA and PhD. Described by a friend as "one of those men you would read about in a Roald Dahl book," I found that he fit the archetype quite well. UN; What first drew you toward Classics? Dr. Mauer: There were no text books, only texts. There is a real craftsmanship to this field of study. It is like learning how to play the violin. You have a teacher, who knows, and a student, who learns die craft from his teacher. There is no BS, only know-how. (®ft What first attracted you to UD? Dr.Mauer: The curriculum and the students. In this curriculum, there is no trash,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

4 November 15, 2006 The University News News KRAV, cont'd philosophy and methods. Krav Maga was founded by Imi Sde- Or, a Jewish wrestling champion and boxer from Bratislava, Slovakia, who came from a family background in law enforcement. Imi developed Krav Maga in die 1930s to help Jewish citizens defend themselves against fascist thugs. Imi fled Europe in 1940. He briefly served the Czech legion before being given an entry permit to Palestine where he joined the 1 lag,)nah. the Pre-Israeli defense force. Upon the birth of the state of Israel, Imi was appointed C h i e f Instructor for Physical Fitness and Krav Maga (H ebrew for"cOntact combat"). Imi Sde-Or devised Krav Maga as a technique that is founded on a person's instinctive defenses. Krav Maga thus takes the body's natural reactions, focuses and intensifies them so as to make the person more effective in contact combat. In this way, Krav Maga was designed to be learned quickly by anyone, be t h e y an elite s o 1 d i e r or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

November 15, 2006 The University News News DEBATE, cont'd same." However, Fr. James claimed that Aquinas did not see a conflict between faith and reason. "He truly does teach that reason and the Catholic faith,not just any faith, harmonize. The Christian faith, that is, while tending to divine truths which far surpass the limited power of natural human reason to know, in no way goes against or contrary to reason," he said. "To the contrary, Aquinas insists, the Catholic faith is rational, reasonable, and therefore credible. Moreover, he does not merely assert this and ask his readers to merely take his word for it." Emphasizing that Aquinas did not sacrifice a respect for reason, that Aquinas voluminously, and invites serious inquiries to examine the case he makes. The assent of faith is, to be sure, a work of grace, but analyzing the cogency of his argument is emphatically a work of reason." Charity Week Recap T! |h e Least Among Us is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit Organization...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

g November 15, 2006 The University News News From the Treasurer $ It's been an awesome semester! The Executive Council has had quite a productive year and we owe it all to the student volunteers, who contribute to Student Programming. Keep up the good work! On another note, I want the student body to be aware of the significant increase in our budget from last year due to the increase in enrollment. Your senators are teeming with exciting ideas for how to use these funds. But, if you have any exciting ideas of your own for SG to carry out, please tell your class representatives or come by the SALC and fill out a Student Concerns Form. We love hearing from you—after all, we are designed so that you have a voice in the on-goings of the campus. I want to personally thank everyone who was elected into SG for all of his or her hard work this semester and want to tip my hat to the rest of the Executive Council, whose dedication has meant the world to me. Well students, if you ever have an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

November 15, 2006 The University News 7 Sports MLS Still Strong After Ten Years This past weekend, in Frisco, 'Texas, the least publicized championship in American sports was given out. Unlike the Super Bowl, there were not expensive commercials keeping the interest of those who really did not care about the game and unlike the World Series, this game was completed in less than two hours. RJ Karas Sports Editor This past weekend, in Frisco, Texas, the least publicized championship in American sports was given out. Unlike the Super Bowl, there were not expensive commercials keeping the interest of those who really did not care about the game and unlike the World Series, this game was completed in less than two hours. In fact the only people who were watching this game, whether in attendance, at a sold out Pizza Hut Park, or on television, were those who enjoy the true essence of what the NFL and NBA have lost touch of over the past decade, a team game. Major League Soccer's Cup was h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

3 November 15, 2006 The University News NO The University News November 15, 2006 Q WILL power. they want to accomplish and what it will take to actually do the work . . . they also plan for the time it will take to do their work by considering other things they have to do." According to Dr. Austin, perfectionism makes a task seem bigger than it is. As a result, students feel so overwhelmed that they put it off. "It is very difficult to do everything perfectly," says Dr. Austin, "but this is what a person who is perfectionistic can get into when starting something." Ashley Wood PROJECT EDITOR ^Homework that isn't finished... Papers that don't get turned in on time... Extensions you need extensions for... Letters that don't get written... Bills that aren't paid until they're past due... Movie rentals with late fees that exceed the cost of renting :hem... It's the wall you come up against when you try to start something It's the frustration of being behind (again) It's the promise neve...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

.0 The University News November 15, 2006 -Arts & Entertainment Depid iction, Not-So-Good Year, Pointless Times Stranger Than Fiction "...Ferrell, trying to dampen his customary shtick, fails to bring much to the party." Harsh Times "...Harsh Times becomes just a chaotic melee that ultimately delivers nothing but empty action." Welcome to Freedom Hall KACE %. \ kJb A Good Year "The scenery is lovely in A Good Year, and it's well photographed. What happens in front of it, unhappily, isn't worth watching. Shut Up & Sing '"The picture raises questions of free speech and the real meaning of patriotism, but does so more gently than you might expect, and with humor." FS Movie Reviewer The spirit of Charlie Kaufman, who made surrealistic comedy fashionable with Being John Malkovich, Adaptation and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, hangs heavy over Stranger Than Fiction (wide release), a quirky comedy about a Chicago man (Will Ferrell) who comes to believe that he's a fictional ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

November 15, 2006 The University News -Arts & Entertainment N everland Peter Pan, a play by J.M. Barrie, will run on Friday, November the 17th and Saturday the 18th at 7pm, with a Sunday matinee at 2pm on the 19th at the Orpheion Theatre Alan Charnock Contributing Writer Last Saturday I was given a unique opportunity to speak with a little girl, a pirate captain and a boy who never grows old. Considering who else you can find in the Capp Bar it may not seem too unusual, but the chance to talk with Wendy, Captain Hook and Peter Pan was not one I get every day So naturally, I whipped out my handy news recorder and begged some words of wisdom and news ofNeverland from this legendary trio. Under the direction of Claire Romano, these three head a cast of pirates, Indians, and lost boys in a magical production of J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan. To begin I'd like to introduce Wendy Darling, 12 years olds elder sister to two brothers, and an accomplished storyteller. Her narrative gifts came ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

L2 The University News November 15, 2006 -Arts & Entertainment Artsy Oasis rc1 Worth the Trip Jessica McLeod Contributing Writer On a recent search for a decent latte, I heeded a tip and headed down to Standard and Pours in South Dallas: a refreshing oasis in a wilderness of Starbucks. Aside from an excellent latte, what I found was a newly buzzing arts district emerging in the industrial wake of South Side Lamar. Now, one doesn't often associate South Dallas with the arts, but one contractor is challenging the stereotype. Jack Matthews, of Matthews Southwest, saw the potential in packing a former Sears warehouse with luxury condos, local artists, funky designers and the official sign of a hip endeavor: a coffee house. As Matthews told The Dallas Morning News, "Artists attract other people. They bring in a very interesting crowd who aren't artists. They may be bankers who enjoy art, for example, but it brings in a little street life." The result is also attracting high-profile a...

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