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

(5 The University News December 6, 2006 -Arts & Entertainment Mediocre Nat vity, Awful Tour sts, Upcoming Openings "[The Nativity Story] isn't imaginative enough to escape a certain blandness, like the specials occasionally produced for network television." * ■J "Simultaneously gruesome and dull, Turistas is one destination you don't want to visit." FS Movie Reviewer T Luke. he Nativity Story (wide release) makes some additions to the narrative of Christ's birth found in Matthew and It adds an economic explanation for the betrothal of Mary and Joseph in the penury of her parents as a result of excessive taxation. It turns "the silent saint" Joseph into an extraordinarily chatty fellow. And it uses the Magi as a comic trio to add some lighthearted bickering to the mix. Still, fundamentally—if you'll excuse the word—Catherine Hardwicke's film is faithful to the Gospel accounts, and in that respect it should satisfy both the pious and families simply seeking something to pass holid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

December 6, 2006 The University News 7 -Arts & Entertainment Review in; Antigone Alan Charnock CONTRIBUTOR Though the weather was chill, this past weekend's performance of Antigone received anything but a cold reception. The Orpheion Society's performance of this classic Greek tragedy was just over an hour long, and well played by the large cast. Directed by Beth Anne Flessner, the play follows the story of Antigone (played by Monica Lacy) as she defies the rule of the king ofThebes (Robert Hamilton) to do justice to her dead brother. Antigone explores the roles of women in Greek society, and touches on the themes of honor, justice, and personal righteousness. The outdoor setting, the large cast, and the chorus of priestesses all added a sense of grandeur to the tragic sense of the play. As those of the well-bundled audience could probably tell you, missing this tragedy would have been, pardon the pun, pretty tragic. li iKi"*"' ■ .. i nA:; •' ml 4 /sik , - m v ■ ■# "fAUK-jw .dia...

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

3 December 6, 2006 The University News The University News December 6, 2006 Q Features WftS uniuersiby Protest Robert Hamilton CONTRIBUTOR While a first visit to UD's campus feels like coming home to many, it comes as a complete shock to some. When I first visited here five years ago, at the tender age of sixteen, I was a classic and classically sheltered APH1. Coming to a school where rosary beads dangle from pockets and Cistercians walk around in full habit was for independent thinkers" makes for a unique something of an exercise in cultural adjustment, environment for students of other (or no) faith to say the least. traditions. It is not a question of tension between UD's status as "the Catholic university religion and intellectual ism - one learns early on that UD's academics are both inseparable from and enhanced by its Catholicism - but rather a dynamic generated by that very fact. Since our academic (and social) lives are filtered through a set of religious traditions, non-C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

10 The University News Decembre 6th, 2006 Arts & Ente wore.a tie <--- This is Chris Black. This is not Photos by Drew Johnson and Kyrie "you're a wizard" Potter Monicle Much? You go, John Emmel. , Hans-om. i Nice suit Callender and Katie Davies have every intention of Salsa dancing until dawn Gurguis and Jenny reporting"

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

December 6th, 2006 The University News XL Commentary Letters to the Editor Keep the Core the Way It Is Dear Editor, I want to express my opinion about the University of Dallas's core curriculum. I want the core that currently exists to stay intact for Constantin College and the College of Business undergradu- ates. In addition, all new under- graduate colleges of the University of Dallas should have as much of the Constantin College core as possible, and the core curriculum of every college should in- clude all of the prerequisites for courses normally taken in the University of Dallas Rome Program for students who participate in that pro- gram. However, I would not have a problem with Uni- versity of Dallas changing its American history core requirement as long as six credits of American his- tory are required, with at least one course covering pre-Civil War American history and at least one course covering post-Civ- il war American history. University of Dallas will probably have ...

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

December 6, 2006 The University News Commentary Ranieri "Apologizes" Thomas Ranieri CONTRIBUTING WRITER It is with deep-seated shame and trepidation that I approach this article. It seems that thus far my writing has been a discredit to myself and everyone I know If you see me about cam- pus wearing sack cloth, covered in ashes and beating my breast, do not be alarmed. I am merely doing penance for my grave dishonor. How could I not, after my hideously incom- petent performance? Mine is a voice crying out into the wilderness asking, nay, begging for your approval and forgiveness. How shall I face my friends ever again? Well, I shall marshal on regardless. In last week's article attack- ing me, it was claimed that Nancy Pelosi was "Catholic". Her single marriage and many children were used as evidence to support this posit. Setting aside the fact that having a bunch of kids and a good marriage does not make you Catholic (shocking, I know), there is also the minor detail that she is p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

December 6th, 2006 The University News _12 Commentary Another Apology, Religions Tolerance, and Cheney Michael McMahon COMMENTARY EDITOR This is my last column... (dramatic pause, wait for it!)... for the semester. Since we're all going on Winter Break (to prosecute the War on Terror Christmas, natch) the Opinions page will be taking a short recess. So have no fear, the boys and I (where are the female contributors?!) will be spending our break coming up with new and exciting reasons why the other side of the aisle is full of loons. In the spirit of Christmas I'd like to make a few corrections/ apologies for things I might have done or failed to do over the last few months. Do you remember how I kept saying that you should all vote for Democrats in the November election? Even though you didn't, I'd like to say I'm sorry—I didn't know that some of the people who got elected would be crazies. Take Rep. Alcee Hastings, whCi nearly became chair of the House Intelligence Committee before...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

December 6th, 2006 The University News Filled SsiT (9 f b VolponfeP%>Jgf* 2 All I want I'nipersitv Npwc "staff Y °U' the reader, must be Yei7 confused. For after a semester of the best news this campus has to offer,you owe us. lou owe us big. Well ff9fnn vvt,^ -Lear no more. off at our door. J°u.may tithe the roll o win P": o 1 • The capacity to love. ~ J- Grant OXoti.Coffee...mn,n,mm r"Pif 2 Wsted... -Jmo ' S' '' managing editor that fi 11 , o^'t come up with stupid filler ideas last second, ~ Mary 4 StlJJ to be able to go 7^° Rome after this • Anthony C- My scruples back. ~ Gurguis /T • A towel. Super absorbant V-' -* Eric 7' The extinction of / menstration. Q A Ji^ing wage> ^ ~ Josh S 1 ^ j°urnalism major. VyOr at least a minor Jenny 1 1 ' Three french hens, A 'wo turtle do:ves. and more apples for apple baseball. -Jenny, edited by Gurguis, as per usual __ for Christmas is. 12 •^A. network computer - _ p. 11 NEWS December 6, 2nn^ old ~ A 1S mt f°rty years d- Anonymous 1 Q •...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 December 2006

December 6th, 2006 The University News _1S Advertisement- gratias TAKK asante © grazie obrigido merci/ No matter how you say it THANK YOU to all of the Fall 2000 Phonathon volunteers £ sponsors. Your time and hard work helped to wake the phonathon a success. The University and the Office of Advancement recognizes those individuals, clubs, teams and sponsors listed below for their efforts on behalf of the Annual Fund. Amber Adams Rachel Arredondo Michelle Baker Emily Beatrice Paul Bechter Grace Belton Katherine Biernet John Bloch Mary Boyurri Megan Brittam Randy Buddenbohn Brady Bulmanski Robbie Burtch Stephanie Cain Kyle Callahan Brittany Cameron Kim Cannon Jen Carpenter Ines CastillodeMolina Tara Chadick Alan Charnocke Ben Chauvette David Cicotte Doriny Covington Klaryssa Crisanto Jenna Fletcher Renee Gremillion Alpha Phi Omega Dance Club I Fratelli ARAMARK Rockfish Hilton Garden Inn Texas Rangers Krysta Hample David Haney MaryAnn Haney Rachel Hanson Catherine Hickes Rachel Hoelker...

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

l6 December 6, 2006 The University News Lifestyles We at the Uni- versity News wish you a safe and happy (and politically cor- rect) holiday season! She says... IIE SAY Question of the week: I have this problem. Girls won't leave me alone. They flock around me. They stalk me. I've tried everything - not showering, not using deodorant, dyeing my beard, hiding when I study, calling them names, locking them out of my room (they sit outside knocking or slipping notes under the door for 30+ minutes!!), pushing them around, theological discussions, inane philosophical ramblings, etc. I won't dance with them, I tell them that they are more worthless than my most petty belongings... And still they keep coming. What can I do? -Chaste 'n' Chased Heather Haneman = COLUMNIST Dear Chaste vn Chased, It sounds like you give these girls a lot of your attention, even if it is in efforts to push them away. Because you are devoting so much attention to them, the girls probably think you are somehow fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

The Tempest ^ P, 11 r J letter Ti'om Rome [r\C.-P-P. I Groundhog P. 6-7 ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number XI University of Dallas, Irving, Texas 0 I Jonathan McDonald * j &m L- At 1 mm i&v % CONTRIBUTOR ure, all of the upperclassmen know what the infamous "Groundhog Day" is. Most freshmen, however, merely hear between their superiors' muffled laughter about the day's after-shock, disjointed drinking stories about who fell m which port-a-potty, and which of those in charge carries a flask of some mysterious fluid. Freshmen might nod and smile politely while listening to them reminisce, but the only information they ever seem to glean is that booze abounds and hijmks most certainly happen. Freshmen really want to know what one does at Groundhog when one is not drinking beer (if anything besides beer is to be found}. What could possibly Occupy everyone for a full day (albeit the departure from campus is welcome)? Are the port-a- potties safe? Essentially, will the event pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

2 February 7, 2007 The University News News University Qfifh ret it snow- £t?f it snow! : ll~ snow) i % U News oy the Numbers 1 Giant Groundhog moo Ounces of milk 3 Missing Newsroom couches El Potential Groundhog disasters 0 Hours of Service for drinking available 14 Movies to See CSO Report cn (D Ad Manager Allison Aquino 82 The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety Between Saturday, January 27, 2007 and Friday, February 2, 2007. Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 12:20 PM - The Campus Safety Office received a report that an elderly woman had slipped and fallen in the Gorman Tecture Center. The woman declined medical assistance and was taken home by a family friend. Monday, January 29, 2007 at 09:16 AM - The Office of Student Life adjudicated an offense of minor possessing alcohol in a residential area. The offense occurred on Monday,- January 22, 2007, at 9:25 FM, Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 02:28 PM - The Officevof Student Life adjudicated an offense of minor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

The University News February 7, 2007 3 News Anticipatin I > j. . „ Co 1 mtins down the days until the Spring 200? Rome Semester | Jennifer Swegler | CONTRIBUTOR I knew the fall semester of my sophomore year wasn't going to be easy. But it wasn't hard because of the courses or extracurricular activities. So, the hardest thing about my fall semester was anticipating Rome. It didn't help that a certain professor of mine sent us links of pictures from churches around Rome. Nor was my desire curbed by a weekly tour of Rome for the first part of the semester. Then the postcards started coming. Hearing friends describe the tasty gelato, and relate tales of living on the campus didn't help much either. Hoi" did it help that my juniof: friends were returning from their Spring semester... I was anticipating Rome, and I was not patient. I had to tear myself from my computer and travel books. :Of course, my desire to get to Italy increased when I was presented with my travel backpack and whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

4 The University News February 7, 2007 News A Fresli Concept in Din in; UD Food Services Explained Sarah Crotty I NEWS EDITOR The UD cafeteria is more than just a place to grab a bite to eat. It's a gathering hall, a communal place that students share. The UD cafeteria, whose official name is Real Food On Campus (RFQC) at Haggar Cafe, contracts Aramark to provide its dining services. Aramark developed the RFOC concept as a means to bring the cooks out of the kitchen and in front of the customers. "It's all about freshness" said Doug Sivyer, Dining Services Director. "Through the RFQC concept, food is made fresh to order so as to guarantee the customers a fresh and tasty meal." The cafeteria offers a variety of food choices such as made-to- order salads and pasta, Italian-style pizza, sandwiches, hamburgers, and numerous vegetarian options. For drinks, the choices are just as varied. "Almost anyone could come m here and find something to drink," said Sean Doran, Assistant Dining Serv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

The University News February 7, 2007 News II ifSBHM mmm We've Got Spirit! First Annual Spirit Week Ends Successfully Sarah Crotty Photos by Drew Johnson NEWS EDITOR CCWe 've got spirit, yes we do! We've got spirit, how about you?" The first annual UD Spirit Week kicked off on Monday, January 29th with activities such as Chalk the Mall and Hat Day. The theme of each day incorporated a way to demonstrate school spirit. Blue and White Day encouraged students to wear blue and white clothing, while Paint Your Face Day invited students to display their love for UD on their faces. Students who participated in the days events reported their participation to the Spirit Week booth, earning points for their class. The class with the most participation points won a pizza party. Spirit Week was a Student Government sponsored event, started by Senior Peggy Thornton, junior Kristin Parrish was co- chairman of the committee and helped organize the daily events, ensuring that everything ran smoothly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

g February 7, 2007 The University News Tlio I Irtitfaceitif Maurr Pohrmn/ 1 Features Groundhog ve given up on thinking of anything witty. Beer is not conducive to wit. Groundog rocks. I love UD." -- Jacob Rhodes This environment is ntSt conduc conversation. Besides which, co n own the right clothes for this crowd." rja Gutierrez ' * •V, sTwenty dollars mpy pe-a steep fee ~ but whether or not it is worth it depends on 1 much you can ! H s name sImIKm hepliiPtoma cure I his is typically bacchanalian. --Mary Pawlowksi There s ash irirny beer. -Kate Kan Is by: Drew Johnson, Courtney Pieper, n Karako

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

8 The University News February 7, 2007 Sports 'Hoggies Roll on Groundhog Weekend RJ Karas I Sports Editor After a week of bad weather the skies opened up and the sun shone down on McNabb Pitch for Saturday's match against St. Thomas. Although the match was just a friendly, St. Thomas had forfeited earlier in the week, and the Groundhogs had their dander up for the contest. Because it was just a friendly match, Coach McNabb and the 'Hoggies took full advantage of the oppor- tunity to let everyone see some action. The match was well in hand after Freshman Ed McCain proved that he was in fact a "Zulu Warrior," by touching down the first try of his young career. Freshmen Joe Hayne, John Gallagher and Jess Goodwin also scored on Saturday. Seniors Mick Wignall, Phil Watson and RJ Karas also scored for the Groundhogs, all three showing superior agility and strength in touching down their tries. With a boisterous crowd on their side, die 'Hoggies enjoyed a comfortable victory over St. Thoma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

The University News February 7, 2007 Commentary The Bitter Cup By josh Baer It's A Groundhog Day "Miracle ... Groundhog Sees Shadow ab6ut 2Pq uI Stf tW WAS r . Lo Mike McMahon Letter to the Editor: Dear Sir or Ma'am, As a recent ('05) graduate of UD, I thought last night's Groundhog event would be enjoyable. I was hoping for a nice opportunity to hang out with friends and visit my Alma Matter, which I haven't done since graduation day One event, or rather, series of events has completely soured my opinion of the day While walking around Groundhog Park during the event with a friend of mine, I saw an undergraduate make eye contact with me; he then shouted out "gay patrol" to my friend and me. Later, back at UD, as I was walking towards the restroom at the Capp Bar, I heard a student saying "queer, queer, queer," which (not so) coincidently happened to fall in time with my footsteps. This would be bad enough, but a campus safety officer was seated immediately next to the unloading bus...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

10 February 7, 2007 The University News -Arts & Entertainment Holiday Helps Students Get an Early Start on Groundhog Festivities Gabe Roberts \ / p-1- sft T'~n -/#/#) 5b mt ( rJrv£ -/ Nick Emmel (left) and David LeDuc take a break to drink with UD students at TGIT. | CONTRIBUTOR At about 1 a.m. on Thursday night, technically early Fri- day morning, the SPUD sound crew helped the mem- bers of Holiday take down die speakers, amps, and mics from die night's performance. The sound cables were pulled up from die floor where diey snaked through a pool of spilled beer, and the Rat was littered widi half-empty plastic cups. Had someone missed Holiday's performance, they would nonedieless have a fairly accurate idea of die wildness of the show upon seeing its aftermath. A self-described hook-based, high-energy, alternative pop band, Holiday was indeed high-energy, blasting through a two hour set of original songs and popular covers. The crowd dirobbed along to the pulsating beat laid dow...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 February 2007

February 7, 2007 The University News A1 Commentary atherine Ron°rs TJD performs Shakespeare's Tempest CONTRIBUTOR Imagination is a powerful creative tool. But one man's dream is another man's nightmare. Directed by Joe Bissex, a powerful production of Shakespeare's The Tempest comes to life this weekend only, Friday and Saturday at 7 PM in the Drama Building. Don't miss these two stellar per- formances, featuring Mike Maiella, Mandy Stignant, Katie Loufus, Dan Janeiro, Catherine Dhooghe, John Slattery, Catherine Rog- ers, and Kathleen Cosgrove in an unprecedented interpretation of Shakespeare's classic play. Feb. 9 &10, 7 PM. Drama Building I lie cast and director of The Tempest prepare for opening night on Feb. 9. Reporter reveals audition process IColleen Sweeney | A&E EDITOR Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 2:00 pm was a perfect afternoon for auditions; so I went. The unventilated Mar- garet Jonsson Theater was dark except for the illuminated stage. I stumbled to a seat in t...

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