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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 February 2007

LandreiiGaii P. 4-5 .i / Letters to the Editor P. 7 Old Crow on Mre P. 8 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas February 28, 2007 ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number XIV Mardi Gras Lassiez les boiis temps roulez! tS'fs'r, m V Photos by Drew Johnson Hosts John aul Lecture Eric Hanev STAFF WRITER Friday, February 23td, the University of Dallas theology department invited Professor Russel Hittinger to speak in the first of a series of lectures dedicated to the memory of John Paul II. Students, faculty members, and seminarians packed into Lynch auditorium to hear Professor Hittinger's lecture: Subsidiarity and Social Personhood in Catholic Social D a etri ne{. Afterwards, he answered a few q u e s t i on s from the audience in a se s sion that was just as interesting and informative as the lecture itself. A reception in upstairs Haggar followed the lecture. Here, the discussion continued with Professor Hittinger in a more informal atmosphere. The theology department expressed its gratit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 February 2007

2 February 28, 2007 The University News News University Shorts U News by the Numbers 1 Bicycle Riding Socrates 5 Lenten Movies 24 Screen Plays 3 Real Responses (!!!) 4,000 Miles MOVIE, from page 1 jobs," said Konopisos, "I decided that I didn't want to just fit 'in the box,' I wanted to do what I love." He believes that life is all about fitting "in the box." "When you come to UD as a freshman you are in a box; you think you know who you are. As you grow in your education, you shed that box, and become passionate about your real interests. When you leave UD and get pushed into the real world, you quickly find out it's a world of boxes," said Konopisos. Konopisos believes, however, that UD prepares you in ways other colleges cannot. "UD professors don't teach what to think, they help you learn how to think," said Konopisos. Konopisos' inspiration for "The Waiter" came from Dante's Divine Comdji, something he first read at UD. "90 percent of the people who are:going to see this movie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 February 2007

The University News February 28, 2007 3 Sports Pitching Staff Off to Solid Start BASEBALL, from page 1 back from major surgery on his throwing arm last year, Ail- American Jon Seamen has been enjoying a good start from the mound. Seamen's strengths lie more in his craftiness with the baseball than pure power. As Holmes says, "It's more that he relies on his movement than blowing it past guys." Holmes and Seamen have been teaming up to play to these strengths this Season, "I call a lot of off-speed for him because I know that's more effective." Seamen's pitches have been effective enough to make him second on the team in both ERA (4,24) and innings pitched (17). He augments his pitching ability with a calm that allows him to succeed. Holmes went so far as to say, 'He seems very unemotional on the surface, but he's just good at composing himself and just staying focused and composed. He might seem nonchalant, but he's not." No doubt this ability to keep his wits about him contributes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 February 2007

4 February 28, 2007 The University News EATURES — Poetry in Motion: £ Ashlpy Wnnd MANAGING EDITOR While most seniors are still reeling from graduation, Mark Landreneau will be well on his way to a new adventure. The UD Philosophy major was recently selected for the Mini 4000, a team of student cyclists attempting to raise over S 100,000 for cancer research. On May 25th, Landreneau will bike from New York, New York to San Diego, California—a 4,000 mile ride—to raise money for the American Cancer Society and Camp Kesem. I had always wanted to do something like this," offers Landreneau. "I was actually planning on doing a tour of Europe." Once I found out people were doing something like this for charity," he adds, "I found it much more appealing." When asked what drew him to the Mini 4000 in particular, Landreneau offers a personal anecdote. I remember . . . when I was in the 6th grade, my friend's mom died of mouth cancer." [A child's] ability to deal with something like that..." he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2007

2 April 1, 2007 The University News News niversity Newsroom by the Numbers 8 1 New Printer 39394 Jelly Beans on the floor 2 Digital Cameras 13 (or so) File Cabinets 3472 Itunes qQ 0 Real Snacks 200 We will no^rtake a "break to present you with an entirely serious segment of news. Drama Dept. Celeste Raspanti's I Never Saw Another Butterfly is a romantic history inspired by the inspirational book of the same name of children's drawings and poems from the Mazi ghetto of Theresienstadt. In the camp, the teachers used art as a form of therapy for the children, helping them emotionally take hold of their surroundings and not give up hope. Pulitzer Prize winner Lanford Wilson's This is the Bull Speaking is a 20-minute montage piece about life in the Missouri Ozarks. Tracing the daily life of a family and their friends and acquaintances, life proves to be sweet and regular, though at times trying. 9 Based on FyodOrDostpyevsky's classic novel, Crime andVunishment serves as more than just a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2007

April 1, 2007 The University News 5 News We May Never Know An Investigation of Campus Conspiracy 1 eorv | Jonathan McDonald CONTRIBUTOR Two ridges were seen poking out of the Madonna pond recently; their source was attributed to the pond's usual sizeable buildup of algae. However, some students disagree. UD's Donny Covington claims to have seen what he calls a "miniature Kfessie" peek out several times throughout this semester and stare in his general direction. "This only further proves; Bessie's existence!" Donny claimed emphatically Kyrie Potter wished to ground these "silly" claims, arguing back to Donny, "No, it's only a leoplurodon." Readers may make reference to the currently popular "Charlie the Unicorn" online video for a visual of this ancient creature thought extinct. Perhaps, just like Charlie's "magical" leoplurodon, one might ask Madonna's monster for neighborly advice, Was the watcher in the water truly a creature of ancient myth, a dinosaur, or simply overgrown pond ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2007

3 April 1, 2007 The University News Adverti ^JTu rv X r r i i ■o*o U —h I r I n _ All Information For Fall 2007 Housing Registration is NOW ON-LINE at: www.udallas.edu/studentlife/hous nqqu de.cfm (Exemption Petition Deadline is March 301'.) CHANGES TO APARTMENT LOTTERY POINT SYSTEM: Apartment residents are still required to have a minimum Junior status by the start of the academic year. While the student apartment lottery process remains unchanged, the application point system has changed. Points are still individually awarded based upon the current official classification for each member of the group submitting an application. The point total of the entire group determines selection order. Groups with the highest point total select first. The revised point system is as follows: Current Sophomores - 3 points each Current Juniors - 2 points each Current Seniors - 1 point each Further details regarding the student apartment lottery process and the application form for download are av...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2007

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2007

^^^^\phl^^007^The^University^New^ Sports Sammy Sosa to Join Crusaders ITC Fleming I CONTRIBUTOR When the Rangers signed Sammy So sa last week, many wondered what they could pos- sibly hope to- accomplish with the move. As; they have drawn closer to the start of the season, their plans have become clearer and clearer. A press conference over the weekend confirmed what many were beginning to suspect—Sammy Sosa is set to become a Crusader. The decision to hire a player whom, because of his age and lack of conditioning, many believe to be of a talent level below the standards of a major league team, raised questions among Ranger followers. GM John Daniels revealed, however, that the move is part of an overall strategy the Rangers are trying as; a means of dealing with the team's aging veterans. Daniels expounded by saying, "To get a player to feel good about a contract, you often have to give him a few more years [on that contract] than he will actually be effective for, so you need a p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

Matisse Kxhibit P. 11 Art Swing Dance P. 10 ■ Crystal's Restaurant Review p/i ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number XV Roe v. Wade Lecture Hosted Crusaders for Life Invite Ir. Robinson I Eric Haney | STAFF WRITER On Monday, March 26th die Crusaders for Life invited Fr. Robinson r<> lead a discussion on the Roe W1 W'ade decision and tlie present condition of the United States abortion laws. Fr. Robinson is the Pro-life coordinator for the Diocese of Dallas and resides here as a priest of the Dominican order. He has extensively studied the political, cultural, ethical, and theological aspects of abortion, and his insight made the discussion very engaging and though t-p rovo king. "What is a human? When does human life begin? What does it mean to have a right to life?" Fr. Robinson kicked off the discussion with these questions. In attempting to answer them, die conversation's focus grew broader in scope and turned to die Natural Law critiques of modernity and moral relativism. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

2 April 4, 2007 The University News News University Shorts Photos by D. Haas L- - <3 U News jioy the Numbers 1 Friday Night Extravaganza 000 Prospies Lacrosse Points $10.98 Real Deal 5 Parts Homeless 2)000, |ni Lat //: 9 €80 Report The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety Between Saturday, March 24, 2007 and Friday, March 30, 2007. Saturday, March 24•« 2007 at 02:06 PM - Irving Fire Department paramedics were called to campus for an injured student. The student was transported to a local hospital. Saturday, March 24, 2007 at 03:10 PM - Irving Fire Department paramedics were called to campus for an injured person. The person declined transport and was taken by a family member to a local hospital. }, March 25, 2007 at 02:09 PM - The Campus Safety Office received an automatic fire alarm for the Braniff Graduate Center. The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer went to the building. The officer determined the alarm was c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

The University News April 4, 2007 3 News Alternative Spring Break Finding the face of Christ in Lima, Pern Sarah Grotty I NEWS EDITOR Instead of hanging out at the beach or catching up 011 sleep during spring break, 21 UD students and staff embarked on a different kind of journey. Through the Alternative Spring Break program sponsored by Campus Ministry, these students made a pilgrimage to Lima, Peru, where they helped local families. In the beginning of the week, the group stayed in Chorrillos in the northern part of Lima. Focusing on manual work, they helped reconstruct a Baptist church, built classrooms, and cleaned up landscape areas. They also spent a day playing games with children from Chorrillos at a local park. During the second part of the trip, the group visited thgErmelind Carrera Home, an orphanage for girls ages 5 to 18. Before they left Dallas, the students collected tOys, clothes, school supplies, and other miscellaneous gifts to bring to the children of the orphanag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

4 The University News April 4, 2007 News _ . Alternate Spring Life on the Streets Break: y A Series in Five Parts- Part 1 BREAK- col"'<' Alan Charnock | CONTRIBUTOR It sucks to be homeless. Then again, we've never been homeless, So why write a series on something that we haven't personally experienced? First, homelessness is a riveting subject, both human and tragic. Second, it is a problem for Dallas, which has a population of over 7,000 homeless individuals. We are currently filming a documentary on homelessness in Dallas, and, having explored the subject for 3 months, here are :Our findings. In researching homelessness, we have chosen to concentrate on four major facets. The first is the city itself — the police, the laws, the businesses, and the shelters. The police have daily encounters with the homeless population, mostly through the enforcement of trespassing and loitering laws as a means to discourage the homeless from inhabiting the streets. Businesses are currently divi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

April 4, 2007 The University News 5 News Local Branch of Pure Love Club Comes to UD | Michelle Heinin | CONTRIBUTOR Every member of Student Government is required to work on a project that will in some way benefit UDS For her project, Student Government representative Jerilyn Chou is seeking not only to benefit UD, but to benefit the youth of the surrounding community as well. She is organizing a "Pure Love Club" which is based on a worldwide organization of clubs bearing the same name, The clubs were originally started by Jason Evert, author of several books including "If You Really Loved Me" and are an outreach of Catholic Answers. The club's mission is to go into middle schools, high schools, and youth groups to give talks on chastity, as well as to learn about and support each other in the pursuit Of purity. The first of several meetings will probably be geared toward training because, Chou notes, "It is important for all of the members to give a unified message of love " Chou a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

g April 4, 2007 The University News Sports Lady Crusaders Softball Sweeps LeTourneau The Lady Crusaders recently swept LeTourneau University, improving their home record to 7-5 l. UD Women's Lacrosse Sees Dramatic Improvement Adaire Chatry G Contributing Writer ot Ball! Got Ball!" Whenever you hear some form of this exclamation scrambled by impeding mouth guards and checking sticks, you can bet that the UD Women's Lacrosse Team is hard at work. Since February and their first game these girls have come a long way. Comparing the sluggish, uncoordinated team that lost to Washington and Lee University in February 16- 1 with the sharp, commanding team that defeated Fontbonne University at home last Friday is nearly impossible. Not only was this their first win of the season, but it was the first home win in the history of UD Women's Lacrosse. Thanks to new coach Elia Kochan and hours of practice, these girls "A lot of our improvement has to do with how we have learned to work as a team."...

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

April 4, 2007 The University News 7 Sports ew Kids on the aisraom TC Fleming Staff Writer At the dawn of the season, people in the UD baseball program buzzed excitedly about the influx of new talent from an assortment of junior college transfers and incoming freshmen. Clarendon College transfer Matt O'Neill has stepped in admirably to take over the first base spot for the Crusaders. From the beginning, Matt showed excellent plate discipline, leading the Crusaders in walks by a wide margin for much of the year so far. When a player shows a knack for being judicious in which pitch he wants to swing at, contact and power usually follow from there. This is precisely how it has worked out for Matt. He started off slowly with his batting and slugging averages (.130 for both through nine games) but has come on as of late to be one of the brightest spots in the lineup (.312 BA and .455 SLG through 26 games). Matt attributes this slow start partially to a change in the competition: "I think ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

3 April 4, 2007 The University News Feature Guitars abound at UD talent show yColleen Sweeny he UD Talent Show represented a few of the wonderful and frequently overlooked attributes of the students at the University of Dallas. This campus has a remarkable amount of men and women with talent, charm, and generosity. The annual UD Talent Show was held Tuesday, March 29th in Lynch auditorium; there were fourteen acts, all of which were musical except for the daring performance of Greg Spenla who drank a cup of water through his nose. Public performing takes an enormous amount of bravery, as well as humility, and all those in the show displayed commendable courage and an admirable attitude of modest self-assurance that is hard to find at the college level. There was a noteworthy number of men involved, all of whom sucked up their nerves, put aside their pride and fear of fault, and shared his talents. Males with this maturity are rare in a world focused on perfection and conformity and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

The University News April 4, 2007 Q TL \-oJ l/U All Information For Fall 2007 Housing Registration is NOW ON-LINE at: www.udallas.edu/studentlife/housinqqujde.cfm (Exemption Petition Deadline is March 3011.) CHANGES TO APARTMENT LOTTERY POINT SYSTEM: Apartment residents are still required to have a minimum Junior status by the start of the academic year. While the student apartment lottery process remains unchanged, the application point system has changed. Points are still individually awarded based upon the current official classification for each member of the group submitting an application. The point total of the entire group determines selection order. Groups with the highest point total select first. The revised point system is as follows: Current Sophomores - 3 points each Current Juniors - 2 points each Current Seniors - 1 point each Further details regarding the student apartment lottery process and the application form for download are available at: www.udallas.edu/studen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

10 Apr il 4, 2007 The University News Photos by Drew Johnson and Josh Baer - f ■ HaT . \ •'

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

The University News April 4, 2007 I Arts and Entertainment THE BRITISH KNEE IS STRONG THE BRITISH KNEE IS VALIANT THE BRITISH KNEE IS ON THE MARCH RODERICK SPOADE flJld tiu> SAVIOURS OF BRITAIN WANT YOU! fhc tfldf of tbr Uoo/tcrr m okphdon jc c ictt rn.otJ^KKOH Henri Matisse at the Dallas Museum of Art James Kolakowski Contributing Writer Staunchly conservative? Why not check out Matisse: Painter as Sculptor at the Dallas Museum of Art January 21 — April 29th? The DMA, in conjunction with the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Baltimore Museum of Art, is proud to present the first major exhibition of Henri Matisse's sculptural works in two decades. Though perhaps best recognized for his association with the Fauves (wild beasts), Matisse's shocking style is anything but untamed. For over half a century, the master artist redefined popular conceptions of space and color while demonstrating an exquisite control over his medium. A lawyer by trade, young Henri fled from his wild white-co...

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