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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

November 15, 2006 The University News _12 Commentary Anti- Hush, but no Demo- cratic Revolution Chris Black CONTRIBUTOR On November 7, 2006, the Democrats captured control of Congress for the first time since 1994. The 110th Congress of the United States will thus consist of a Senate with 49 Democrats, 49 Republicans, 1 Independent Democrat, and 1 Independent Socialist (the latter two caucusing with Democrats), and a House of Representatives with at least 230 Democrats and around 200 Republicans. As I said in my last article a few weeks ago, the time for the Democrats to win a majority was either now or never. Well, the time to seize Election Day came, and the Democrats seized it. Thus, the two-party system we have been familiar with has remained intact. The major thing that the American people seemed to want when they went to the polls was a change in President Bush's war policy in Iraq. It was a frustration with the status quo; there was far too little progress being made on the g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

1±- November 15, 2006 The University News Commentary Repiiblicans Did Not De- serve To Win" Thomas Ranieri CONTRIBUTOR Hie Republicans did not de- serve to win. These past few months have been so disheartening. When the Republicans took control, I thought that perhaps they might actually get something done. Unfortunately they accomplished nothing. Oh, wait, that is not true. They managed to tear their own party apart with scandals, and, in the process, completely hamstring themselves. They were so busy as- signing each other the blame for Foley's internet homosexu-rama, that they seemed to forget that there was an election. The Democrats, on the other hand, campaigned hard, and tapped into a strong po- litical vein- George Bush. That's right, they managed to make the elec- t i o n about the one m a n who was not running. A vote for the Demo- crats was a vote against George Bush. Due to (entirely deserved) anti-Bush sentiment, the Democrats regained control of the legislature. The li...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 15 November 2006

November 15, 2006 The University News _1S Commentary Election Predictions Michael McMahon COMMENTARY EDITOR Wow. I knew it was going to be good—but not that good. 28 new Reps, 6 Senators... a thump- ing indeed. Not only did Rick Santorum and Katy Harris get axed but Donald Rumsfeld lost his job too. Christmas! Lookit, if you remember what '94 was like for the Right, then you'll know how those of us on the Left feel. We've been out in the cold for a long time while the GOP was systematically taken over by a strange mix of neo- conservatives and evangelical Christians who said that we plan to force you into gay marriages, keep you out of your churches and tax you to give money to foreign unwed mothers! Run! For these past six years this reconstructed "conservative" party has called us any number of things. It hasn't been fun. But now we're back, and things will be better. And not just better for Liberals like myself—divided government helps us all by keep- ing our elected nannies in W...

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

l6 November 15, 2006 The University News Lifestyles Having perfected the art of sleeping with his eyes open, it took him three hours to realize class was out. Write a caption for this picture and send it to udnews@udallas.edu 4- She says... IIE SAYS... Question of the week: This has happened a few times. Whenever I want to get to know a girl more, for some reason, I always shy away from her, fearing that I might make a fool of myself. How do 1 get over this? -Awkard Heather Haneman COLUMNIST Dear Awkward, My only advice to you is to relax! Most girls are flattered by attention from the opposite sex—as long as one is respectful. Even if you say or do something "foolish", the girl will recognize and appreciate your effort if she has any good manners. Ideally, by taking the chance of appearing silly, you are rewarded by getting to know a nice new girl. The worst that could happen is that you discover the girl you had your eye on is not very nice. In that case, though, you are still bet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

"Anne Coulter Hates America P. 9 and Slavery? Nuovo Rinascimeiito Italiano 10 fU NIVERSITY N EWS Volume XXXVII, Number IX University of Dallas, Irving, Texas November 22, 2006 Crusaders for Life Stand Amid Protests Sarah Crotty | CONTRIBUTOR Forfeiting your Saturday morning of sleep to stand outside on the sidewalk, regardless of freezing cold or scorching temperatures, does not sound too enticing for the typical student. But numerous UD students meet at the tower at 8:45 a.m. every Saturday to pray for people they will more than likely never meet. Prayerful Presence, the Crusaders for Life club's staple event, is held each Saturday morning Students pray outside the .Fairmont Abortion Clinic in Dallas for three hours, while some serve as sidewalk counselors that speak with women who enter the center. Their goal is to make these pregnant women aware of all their options and to provide them with help. Recently, students have encountered opposition while praying outside the abortion cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

2 November 22, 2006 The University News News niversit U News by the Number 17 Reasons 1 Thankful 1 Bagpipe 11573 Story word count 31 Photographed Crusaders 20 Ounces of Pie 51 Seats in the Newsroom Save the Date! CSO Report Tuesday November 21st- Capp House TBA Thursday November 30th- IX 1 IT* Texas Gypsies (last night to get your card stamped for a free TGIT T-shirt!) Spud Alert Congratulations to: the College Bowl Champs: Team Apocalypse! Jack Boyle, Austin Harbach, Collin Lueke, and Joe Siddons won an overwhelming victory... Congratulations boys! Senate News Have a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving! The following incidents were reported to the Campus Safety Office between Saturday*, November 11, 20.06, and Friday, November 17, 2006, Sunday. November 12, 2006 at 03:08 PM- The Campus Safety Office received an automatic fire alarm for the O'Connell Residence Hall. The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer- went to the building The officer determined ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

November 22, 2006 The University News News Popery and Slavery A discussion of the Church's stance towards the 'pecli-Li'a.T- -institution D discus ston^-J Adziewicl explained institution until 1862. Papal the,S^54it-tityde toward 'Catholics. condemnations. Ef, slavery can hi 1.785,John Carroll, ftrstb'sisjOp be found in the'rnkidle ages, but in the United States, repo'fted to r. Jodziewis'L jqkgd Rome, (tjlafi GatHoUCs were le'se' with his-'audi^nce/ fe^ioneparceni'B7. tliecoifatry's iMary Schuhriemen CONTRIBUTOR as theyi4ec',ded tp'j jp'dj3ulation. By 1850, howeVer, emigrate from the uhcomfortJiHM" that number grew to ovtea: it'ejn blue plastic chairs intjp .the jnpre TOjWtoudkes in JeromdilA.unge ■Last Tuesday &"'v e^ja'i n g , ■rfetellin^ a story " ^boiLt/l>ow he 'had onod seen percent, and Catholicism emeq as tlie single largest religious group, f}ie first official denuncia'tion in modern times came ih,1890-^Xlong a,fter jfle end of the ^iyiYWar. Bishop "John England $1^S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

4 The University News November 22, 2006 -Arts & Entertainment ariD h Gabe Roberts Contributing Writer All semester, UD students have been looking forward to the Battle of the Bands, that glorious eight-hour marathon show in which UD's most talented musicians, along with some of the not-so- talented, compete for a spot at Mallapalooza. For weeks bands have been practicing, fine- tuning their performances,: to give their very best on show day. Finally, the day comes. Nine bands will compete for three coveted spots at the 2007 Mallapalooza. Each one is determined to excel, to give the best show ever played, to achieve ultimate victory at the 2006 Battle of the Bands. There's an air of festivity on the mall before the first band plays. Nothing says festive like testing your skill in riding the mechanical bull, or burying your face in a baked good for the pie-eating contest. Others opt to use their faces as a canvas at the face-painting booth. But as fun as all these things are, in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

November 22, 2006 The University News -Arts & Entertainment Bond Guest Penguins All Back FS Movie Reviewer There's a new Bond, James Bond in town, and he's a far more serious bloke than past movies have accustomed us to. As played by Daniel Craig, the British super-spy isn't the ultra-suave, bon wzo^-spouting fellow he was in previous installments of the long-running franchise, but a serious, intense, single-minded guy He's also without the fantastic gadgetry in which the earlier pictures reveled. Both prequel and updating, Casino Royale (wide release) takes us back to the beginning of Bond's career, when he earned the license-to-kill 007 signature, but situates it in the present. Unlike the 1967 send-up of the same title, it hews fairly closely to the plot line of Ian Fleming's book, but jettisons all the Cold War and SMERSH baggage in favor of a modern tale of international money-laundering skullduggery and terrorism. And while it retains the card-playing set piece in which Bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

g November 22, 2006 The University News The University News November 22, 2006 7 Features Tutting the ^Thanks9 (Back in -Thanks UD students share some aratitu rofa-pnl o/~vlin onr] I -... . "I'm grateful for soup and late night conversations. —Anne O'Brien T "Two things: Dental floss and lachrymology." —Adrian Ramirez "My superior genes. —Austin Slater 55 loliday Survival Guide! 10 Steps for a Happier Holiday 3y: Ashley Wood and Keegan McCabe-Hense 1. Choose the pants with the elastic waist this year. You won't regret it, 2. Resist the urge to ask how others are doing— unless of course, you care. Also, avoid launching into a detailed account of how you're doing, unless you are sure the question wasn't rhetorical. 3. Avoid the eggshells sprinkled everywhere. 4. Master the three basic conversational facial expressions: surprise, concern, and interest. Practice in the mirror. 5. Bring a boyfriend/girlfriend. Anyone. Pay them if you have to. This way, you avoid uncomfortable questions ab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

8 The University News November 22, 2006 Sports Hog gies Win Over- shadowed by Physical RJ Karas Baylor Bear on the try line After touch- ing down the third try of the match, Bruno and the rest of the Ground- hogs took a commanding lead into half time. As the sec- ond half com- menced it was clear that the Groundhogs had come to play Lead by Danny Torrez, who received strength from a Grande Meal at the half, the 'Hoggies provided many bone crunch- ing hits, ensuring Baylor a long trip back to Waco. By the end of the match, the Groundhogs had restored the glory that had been taken from them on that cold day one year ago in Waco. The Baylor Bears allowed twenty points in a defeat to the Groundhogs SPORTS EDITOR This past weekend the Groundhogs were out to redeem their reputation after a poor performance against Baylor University. It was clear that the Groundhogs came to play, within the first ten minutes the 'Hoggies not only had gained possession but were driving deep within Baylor's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

November 22, 2006 The University News Commentary Election Predictions Michael McMahon COMMENTARY EDITOR "It was said when the Bourbons returned They had forgotten nothing, nor learned, From the revolution they had so spurned." So says (kinda) Talleyrand. And so say L Just when you start to think that this recent election has cleared the air and that a new political order is going to be a bit better than the last, you remember that everyone in Washington is either A) corrupt, B) a complete fool, or C) both. The D's have finally gotten it out of their heads to install Jack Murtha as their new Majority Leader in the House. I can un- derstand supporting the voice of the anti-war caucus but this is Jack Murtha we're talking about. The Muth-man! You know, the one who loves himself some earmarks and some Abscam... Lets give him an important job. Is it not enough that the ani- mated corpse of Robert Byrd is a leader in our party? He's like... oh, I don't know... the Exalted Cyclops of pork....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

JJL_ November 22, 2006 The University News Commentary 111 Response To Bigney Bob Bellamy CONTRIBUTOR In terms of independent think- ing, it is mistaken to think that independent and different are synonymous terms. For example, if a friend of mine tells me that today the sky is blue and I agree without looking myself, that is dependent thinking. If he tells me the sky is blue and I open the window and look for myself, I can say, "Why, yes it is blue," and still have come to the conclusion independently. I can take the work of some thinker, say Thomas Aquinas or Karl Marx, and do analysis on their work. Because, my conclusion after my own per- sonal analysis may coincide with someone else's does not mean I am thinking dependently. It is by inquiry that one thinks indepen- dently even if this inquiry comes to the same conclusions (i.e. by being a faithful Catholic). Now the author also speaks about how those with differing opinions are "shunned and looked down upon." Even in this very ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

^ovember^2^00£^heJUniversity^ Commentary Letters to the Editor Appreciation for the Newspaper, Finally I am only a freshman, and have much less experience to write from than the majority of the con- tributors to the University News articles and Letters to the Editor. I never expected to be writing to the Editor myself, but I enjoy picking up the paper and reading it each week. However, for the last three weeks I've been in a hurry when the paper came out, — so I scooped up a copy and stuck it into my backpack to read later. I read through all the pages, and one thing particularly struck me. There don't seem to be many letters responding to anything but the "letter of the paper". Don't most credos state that we should appreci- ate the spirit and the letter of the written word? So many of the other responses to the content of the paper com- plain about the contents, often seeming to ignore that the articles were also written in a spirit of sharing, not necessarily to exclude some grou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 November 2006

12 November 22, 2006 The University News Lifestyles Welcome to Oak Cliff! Write a caption for this picture and send it to udnews@udaiias.edu * She says... HE SAYS... Q Question of the week: |£. My boyfriend is overly protective and he gets jealous whenever he sees me in conversations with other guys. He's afraid I might start to like them too much. I think it's sweet that he cares so much, but then I feel hurt and betrayed when I see him hanging out with whole groups of girls who are always giggling and hanging on him. What should I do? --Betrayed Heather Haneman L / COLUMNIST Dear Betrayed, It sounds to me like your boyfriend is a little insecure. Don't be too angry with him since it's likely that he just realizes he has a great girlfriend and is afraid of losing you. Remind him that you enjoy his company and that you are happy to be dating him, but let him know how his jealous behavior makes you feel. It is not fair for him to forbid you to talk to other guys, and then spend time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

ntigone Rani uAr i Apologizes P. l\ Protestantism P. 8-9 ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number IX University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Unsung Heroes |)uan C. Wester CONTRIBUTOR The mysterious lights on the tower. The unexplainable movement of tents on the Mall. The sod that planted itself next to O'Connell. Works of a benevolent UD poltergeist? Not quite. Jobs like these are some of the many works of an underappreciated, yet vital University department: UD Facilities. From fixing lights in Braniff to clearing trees for Groundhog, UD Facilities does it all. Comprised of the administrative, technical, grounds, structural, and general maintenance divisions. Facilities is See Heroes,Page 3 Letter From Rome: The Count Off Laura Papania CONTRIBUTOR cc Ok, ok. We are going to do it right this time, guys," cries an exasperated RA/ SA. These words begin the count off every time we arrive on the bus on this Northern Italy Trip. This highly advanced role call system has always been a struggle....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

2 December 6, 2006 The University News News niversit U News by the Numbers 1,000,000 Thanks to Val 1 Christmas tree 35 Christmas wishes 43% of voters not for a Mormon 7 Movies to watch (Olililili 1 KNOWyou dGbtftixpt nyUrflMtayr ThankkVou Yal! ±w m m ■_ ■ ■■■■■■■■ W\\ for ai.1. Jerome ;U; : y 0 i Someone left the Jerome kitchen a complete mess last night after cooking. If the responsible par- ties do not completely clean up the mess by tonight (Friday, De- cember 1) at 7pm, aN Jerome residents will be fined. Be responsible and clean up the kitchen! *The Office of Student Life* Your kindness lias saved the residents of Jerome! Spud Alert SG Gavel TGIT next week is Christmas Themed and Karaoke! Come join us for a night of fun!! The annual ice skating event at the Galleria is set for Wed, Dec 6,There will be a shuttle bus that ileave from the tower at 4:15pm for anybody who wants to do their Christmas shopping or just hang out. Also, the Galleria will be closed, so we'll have a private...

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

December 6th, 2006 The University News News . ___ . _ ^ ^ AUD Professor on Change, Altheia, An Interview With Dr. JJlipree and Grand Literary Adventures Angela Cuba CONTRIBUTOR Before I get to the heart of this interview, there are a few things you might want to know about Dr. Dupree. How about that he received his B.A. at I'D (yes our UD!), and his M.A. and Ph.D. at Yale? That in a career spanning four decades, he has taught in five different departments, up to twenty-five different courses, been the head of the library, director of the Rome Program and currently is the chair of the Modern Language department? :Not impressed? He was the first student from UD to receive the National Graduate Scholarship, the first to: receive the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, and the first to receive a Full bright Scholarship. Needless to say, I was a bit bowled :Over by the man neatly categorized as "basically a genius". UN: Which have you enjoyed more, being a student or a professor at UD? Dr. Dupree...

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

4 December 6, 2006 The University News News Intern, cont'd internship through the ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program. Through this program, 75 Dallas non-profit organizations are awarded grant money to hire an intern for an eight-week summer term, so long as the organization assigns the intern with actual jobs, not mundane office tasks. My first week at Easter Seals was filled with excitement as I learned about the organization, its function in the community, and upcoming events. Easter Seals of Greater Dallas specializes in physical, occupational and speech therapy, along with audiology services for children with disabilities and special needs. When asked about coming to speech therapy at Easter Seals Internships provide students with oppertunities to learn outside the classroom. How, when asked to, describe the rabbit artwork at'Easter Seals, this little girl paints a descriptive picture naming distinctive colors and actions. Once I understood how Easter Seals of Greater Dal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

The University News December 6, 2005 Sports HAMPIUNS am>j'UNS UD Ends Semester Wath a Loss RJ Karas Sports Editor The Groundhogs traveled to Angelo on Saturday to face Angelo State University in their last match of the semester. With only one training session over the past two weeks the rust showed for the 'Hoggies. ASU scored quickly as the game began, however responded with a try by Danny Torrez. After a penalty kick by Captain Nick Wignall the 'Hoggies held the lead for fifteen minutes. Late in the first half, however, the Groundhog's sloppy play caught up with them and the UD gave up two trys before the half. After the half, the Groundhogs continued their sloppy play, turning the ball over several times within ASU's five meter line. A second half try by the seemingly eternal Joel Makus allowed the 'Hoggies to walk off the field with their heads held high; however, the poor showing on Saturday was quite WANT TO An Equal Opportunity Institution Take a three-week Winter Term cla...

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