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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

12 April 4, 2007 The University News Arts and Entertainment Mi roil It* Ghiiliano and How to Lose the Freshman Fifteen the French Way Maria Murdock CONTRIBUTOR omen c:£enclt '^KX 2L'/ Q*i c Billions upon billions of dollars have been spent upon America's weight- loss industry. One does not need tfe lookup statistics to realize that there is a vast, thriving market to lose weight. An American just needs to flip on the TV!, turn on the radio^ drive past a billboard, or walk into % store to be bombarded with an "easy" or "quick" way to "instantly," shed 10 pounds. With such an enormous investment in weight loss, why do 60% of Americans still remain obese or unhappy with their health and figure? What is our problem? According to, Madame Mireille Guiliano, the Frenchwoman who wrote French W&min Don't Get Vat, American's entire eating culture is too rushed, too pre-packaged, and way too oversized. In her book, Guiliano begins by describing her five- month stay in America as an exchang...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

^April^^007^he^Umversit^News^^^^ Arts and Entertainment Exit lov Rocks the Gypsy Tea Room Alan Charnock | CONTRIBUTOR All the way from Washington D.C,, the five members of Eat Clov form a band with a fresh sound and something to say. They played at the Gypsy Tea Room in Deep Ellum on Thursday, March 15, employing violins, synth, high energy, and witty lyrics to pull off an entirely exciting show. I met Brett Miederman, the bass guitarist, outside the Gypsy and he introduced me to the band before the show kicked off. There's Aaron Leeder on guitar, John Thayer on drums and percussion, and beautiful twins Emily and Susan on vocals and violin, and keys and guitar respectively. Together they're an eclectic group, with a musicality to reflect their makeup. I wasn't exactly prepared to be blown away, but I should have been. The energy, beauty, and sophistication of the music only built as the set progressed, which was tastefully arranged from happy mellow to high power rock. Aaron combine...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

Arts and Entertainment Devon Allman s Honeytribe Hocks the Yard Alan Charnock | CONTRIBUTOR On Sunday, March 3, Devon Allman of Honeytribe took tlie, stage at the Rocky arc 1 in Fort Worth. l;or over an hour, he and the band performed and delivered, playing music that would make his father proud. That fatherwould be Greg Allman, keyboardist and lead singer of the Allman Brothers Band. After the show I sat down with Devon and asked him what it was like trying to live up to his father's name. "I totally let it go. I'm proud of my heritage, but at the end of the day I have to be my own artist," he told me, Devon did not actually meet his dad until he was 16. Instead, he spent his childhood in Corpus Christi, Texas. He said that by not growing up backstage he learned about music his own way. He said, "Kids would come to the door and ask my mom, 'Can Devon come out to play ball?' and she'd have to tell them that I couldn't, because I was in my room listening to all those records. That's ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

^pnM^007^heJUniversity^Ne^ Commentary The Bitter Cup Easter Chills by Josh Baer ''Nah, They Were Actually Pretty Good were boredom Letter to McMahon weighs in oil the spring holiday M. McMahon COMMENTER editorial the Editor We live in the United States of America. Last I checked, this country was founded on Lockean principles, one of which is the right to personal property. This isn't some pseudo-socialist banana republic H or post-communist kleptocracy; citizens should not have to fear the violation of their property rights. This brings me to the real reason for this letter. Last weekend, a female RA confiscated a personal item of mine without warning, By "personal item," I mean a sheer, | hot pink, extra-large thong hanging from my doorknob. This item was of \ JCU 8a'vir phonal value to me, and it was a gross abuse of authority on the ^ |H part of tliat RA. Are we truly living in a Lj r-."', ',■•1 | just society when individuals fear • X? for their Deity- given rights? Was I s she...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 4 April 2007

16 April 4, 2007 The University News Advertisement MEMORIAL WEEKEND MAY 24-27, 2007 © © 1' ^ S ^ _ O EVENT • S 107.1 aMESOPMD OF ®r TEXAS *COUNTRY Four Fantastic Days of Camping and Music, OVER 40 ACTS IN ALL at the Nation's Premier Music & Camping Festival II&iD t" rrotrhon oretcnen Wilson Ragweed & V x Come for 1 Day or Stay for All 4! TICKETS & CAMPING ON SALE NOW! www.countrythunder.com or call the Box Office (262) 279-6960

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

Homeless Series pt II P. 5 0 BEER P. 9 Senioritis P. 6-7 fU NIVERSITY N EWS Volume XXXVII, Number XVI Calender University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Unites Spring Easter Break I Sarah Crotty P yet. NEWS EDITOR lanning your spring break escape for next year? Don't buy those plane tickets just The 20,07-2008 academic calendar includes an interesting change regarding spring break. Easter break and spring break will be combined for the Spring 2008 semester because of their proximity. "For the spring of 2008, the usual week for spring break would have fallen only a week or so before the; Baster break," said Jan Burk, University of Dallas Registrar. "Several people suggested that having the two breaks so close together would be disruptive for classes and would also be difficult for students wanting to travel home." The combined Spring and Easter breaks last from March 17 to March 24, 2008. To decide this schedule change, a committee composed of numerous university departments met to discuss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

2 April 11, 2007 The University News News University Shorts OOPS! We sincerely apologize to Michelle BBINB'N for misspelling her name AMD cutting off the end of her article! The piece, titled "Local Branch of Pure Love Club Comes to UD" should have ended with: Chou encourages anyone interested in participating to send her an e- <3 U New$;; by the Numbe 1 Color Ad 14 Living Stations 10 Innings 8.0 Ratings 200+ Beers to Sample 0'' 7/- 2\ 9 Classifieds English Dept. Nanny Needed f/t, p/t, job care experience needed, non- smoker, own transportation, top pay, 972-949-4144 Facilities Jobs available for summer 2007. Go to http:// www.udallas.edu/facilities to help with Commencement, http://www.udallas.edu/ facilities/summerstudents. cfm for summer work, or call (972) 721-5296. The English department presents: A Dramatic Reading of Book IX Paradise Lost Featuring: Dr. John Ah is as SATAN Dr. Theresa Kenney as EVE Dr. Greg Roper as ADAM Dr. Dave Davies as THE BARD Tuesday, April 17, 2007 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

The University News April 11, 2007 3 News Apartment Lottery Shake-up: Sophomores Cheer, Juniors Jeer Sarah Crotty I NEWS EDITOR Expanded enrollment has caused the Office of Student Life to change the application point system for the student apartments, creating excitement for sophomores and stress for juniors. "Basically, we're anticipating a large freshman class next year, and in order to meet the Board of Trustee's mandated residency requirement, we had to modify the lottery preference points," said John Grant, Dean of Student Life. The new system awards one point to current seniors, two points to current juniors, and three points to current sophomores. Therefore, current sophomores will now have the opportunity to choose to live in die student apartments before current juniors choose their residency. "There is a certain segment of people that no longer fall under the residency requirement," said Betty Perretta, Director of Student Life Operations. "We are trying to encourage thes...

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

4 The University News April 11, 2007 News Tuition Equalization Grant | Monica Tomutsa CONTRIBUTOR Worried students drove down to Austin last Tuesday to encourage the state government to keep supporting Tuition Equalization Grants (TTtSG). Bight UD students joined students from Dallas area universities, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Baptist University, Austin College. Assembly of God, and Southwestern to thank the representatives who support TEG. "I would not be able to come to UD without the: TEG's assistance," Jay Crenwelge, junior- psychology major said. "I was glad I went," Crenwelge continued. "My respect for the representatives and senators increased. They have a lot to get done, but still took time out of their schedules to come and speak with us. They really do want to help, and it was an eye- opening experience to see the actual people who are running the state government." TEG is available for Texas high school graduates with a family income of $90,000 or less who m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

The University News April 11, 2007 News Turn Your Lights Off Homeless Series Part 2 of 5 — lie City | A. Charnock, G. Harlin ( hildren s Author Enlightens UD 1 CONTRIBUTORS The following is a narration of an actual event that occurred last Saturday evening in Dallas. "Why didn't you wait for me before you got started?" These words were spoken by the police officer that had just arrived at the scene. The suspect was sprawled out on the ground next to the first squad car. His wrists were cuffed and he had curled himself into a fetal position. Moments earlier, Pacific Avenue had been quiet and serene. It was late in the evening on Saturday and the sun was casting surreal shadows. As the bike-cop rounded the corner, everything remained calm. He continued down the street before making a U-turn and doubling back on his route. The cop momentarily disappeared when he drove beneath the overhang of an abandoned building. Soon after, the whine of a police siren could be heard and a squad car f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

April 11, 2007 The University News v ■ / X ■ Y~ ■ r i \ SPVSl W7Z,--. The University News April 11, 2007 7 LZ- cT-VL- ^r-' c: U~ \'X f'S / v ^ ^flK/Z ...,; • . -4-4 * ' * ' «£, " * : ■ ■ ' - v .v&r .. jFr 1 5 ;|i : = / ■ v-V ■- y& •• •'! « jf / \ \y^ v-.7> / -/ ■--// / , -■ X<\ /B M Mf '$h\ vt>. ■%' Keegan McCabe Hense STAFF WRITER If you're reading this right now, a miracle has happened. I've somehow written this article completely by tomorrow (last Wednesday), even though it's almost midnight and I will have had miles to go before I sleep. I just couldn't get motivated before. Everything was there to distract me: first there were classes to miss, then I had to eat, there were movies to be watched, facebook.com to browse, and that really complicated set of tenses to figure out or make up. You may know the feeling. No matter how good one's intentions may be, sometimes work just seems impossible. Peering into your bag, you spy your copy of The Republic and retch, or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

^J^he^Universit^Nevw^AgnJ^l^^OOT^ Arts and Entertainment Ashley 8.0 I )()0S N ()t Gr0t a 0.0 Ashley Wood MANAGING EDITOR Dear Ashley, Could yon please explain the difference between a paradox and a contradiction? 1 knowyotif atisiver ivon 't really invoke a "life lesson," bet it would really help me out. Thanks, Perplexed Dear Perplexed, It occurs to me that your question might be a joke. No offense, but.. .if you really wanted to know the difference between a paradox and a contradiction, wouldn't it be simpler to look both up online in the OED? However, because a) I have a column to write, and b) yours was the only question that wasn't either an obvious joke on me or a "1 ley. what's the deal with this box?" I'm going to give you an answer. itSD I'm going to pull a life lesson out of it. If you had looked up paradox and contradiction online in the OKI ), you would have immediately noticed that the definition for each term is well over a page, Which brings me: to life lesson #1: The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

The University News April 11, 2007 9 Arts and Entertainment * i • i • • i • i t • The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium J Wj f '/ § • m""¥- • *•. I • 1 II , . .1 ; i *HM i,ij* m9* I ■ *ii *£ l I T |H> I #!l: Driving down quiet Montfort Drive, one would never suspect that next to the Bed Bath & Beyond lies the Promised Land of every beer lover. Josh Baer | BEER DRINKER When one steps through the doors of the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, the only thought possible is, "sweep me to your bosom, Lord, for I am home." The Flying Saucer shames most American bars, and quite a few of the European pubs for which the Rome students constantly pine. As you walk past the bouncer, you pass dozens of picnic tables where your fellow beer drinkers rub elbows. Further inside are more intimate tables, right next to the bar, dart boards, and big-screen TV showing some major sporting event (quite often soccer). In the back, for those who wish to combine all their vices into one trip, is a well-appo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

J_0_A£hl^lt^007^he_Universit^_Nev\^ Sports Finances Make up for Yankees Management Flaws RJ Karas PT3 SPORTS EDITOR The most recognizable sports franchise in the United States, and maybe the world, is without a clear successor to the throne. A day after news surfaced that Steve Swindal, the apparent successor of the Mew York Yankees, and George Steinbrenner's daughter Jennifer would be filing for divorce, Swindal was relieved of his duties as general partner. This decision by Steinbrenner adds more evidence to the case that the Yankees front office is in no way prepared for a time when Steinbrenner is not in charge. Ever since Steinbrenner took over the Yankees, he has surrounded himself with yes-men and with family members who, have little knowledge of how to run a baseball franchise, Steinbrenner's decisions have left the Yankees in poor shape for the future. Although the Yankees do have very successful "baseball" minds running the team, there is no one, besides the aging boss, wh...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 April 2007

^£hl_lli^007^he_Universit^£lew^ -11 Commentary Tlie Bitter up by Josh Baer 'Don't get your knickers in a bunch' Sh&me Ovi you K-ANs \or S+eaUog tXyvwi's uoderw^r. TOu'rc u>orse+-Wxv\ We. Socvc owes You sWoulA <X?o\o$ze. -h> Mr. Wki+e by fWcV)<*£ 1^ VM*A -sowie boxer*. Obviously' Vie Weeds Some. he w\ flYvV ^ess LoVimy ^'j6 V^n+|€3 est, u>«ren'+ PiriK... The Misunderstood Battle for Peace B. Rawicki COMMENTER t Americans want peace in Iraq. Proclaimed all over the headlines for the past year: ''Support for war at lowest point ever;" "70% of nation disapproves -of Bush's handling of die war;" "Election of Democrats signals referendum on Iraq policy." Even in casual political conversation with the average American I hear, "Bush is a dictator" and "Get us out of Iraq." In a recent USAToday poll, 58" <i of Americans want complete troop withdrawal immediately or within this year, So, isn't America a democracy? Doesn't 58% mean the government must listen? Why are we s...

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

April 11, 2007 The University News Advertisement- MEMORIAL WEEKEND MAY 24-27, 2007 (g ® W BO" ^ 2, m nil i i h i ill i v (&© o EVENT \ WAXAHACHIE / ENNIS TEXAS ' THE SOUND OF ■TEXAS ■ TEXAS*COU N TRY Thunder Ridge Ranch llilraiiralli Four Fantastic Days of Camping and Music, OVER 40 ACTS IN ALL at the Nation's Premier Music & Camping Festival Come for 1 Day or Stay for All 4! TICKETS & CAMPING ON SALE NOW! www.countrythunder.com or call the Box Office (262) 279-6960

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007

Stealing^Bases P. 5 French Elections P. 8 Spring Formal P. 6-7 ^ Volume XXXVII, Number XVII University of Dallas, Irving, Texas ^UNIVERSITY NEWS April 18, 2007 Paying Fines with Food I Sarah Crotty mm s*4 fiSPil * * kii Photos by A. Griggs, seal by C. Brown See Pages 6-7 for more! Sessions Speaks, UD Listens | Monica Tomutsa CONTRIBUTOR Congressman Pete Sessions, representative of District 32, which includes Dallas and Irving, spoke with UD students about American foreign policy, and its unique economic advantage last week in the Art History Auditorium. "America is the shining city on the hill. We live in this country on a dream that America's greatest days; are in her future. And the hopes of individuals will be bigger than if we were a monarch or dictatorship. Individual dreams, not dictator's dreams, are important in the U.S.," Congressman Pete Sessions said. Sessions' favorite president, Ronald Reagan, was a leader in American foreign policy. "Ronald Reagan was for trade. Trade ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007

2 April 18, 2007 The University News News v sf Shorts II) Psychs At S WPA, from p. 1 research. Jamie Conkle's poster focused on the relationship of caffeine use and academic performance. She discovered no relationship between these variables but found that coffee is the preferred source of caffeine at UD. Students are often a rarity at these conferences according to Garza. "Conferences like SWPA are professional conferences attended by clinicians, practicing psychologists, and academics," said Garza. "To have this many students accepted to present at a conference is amazing." Conference presenters are chosen through blind review, meaning the identity of the author is concealed during review "The quality of our UD students speaks for itself," said Garza. "These students are competing with submissions by professors and professional clinicians. It's really unheard of for an undergraduate to present at a conference like this." In the last five years, ten to fifteen UD students have pres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007

The University News April 18, 2007 3 News Blood And Fire Homeless Series Part 3 of 5 — The Volunteers | A. Chamock, G. Harlin CONTRIBUTORS About a fifteen-minute walk from downtown, along dirty streets flanked by abandoned buildings, there stands a house with a white picket fence in a neighborhood that used to be nice. Here on Park Row, just a couple blocks from Interstate 75 near the Fair Park area, is the Compassion House. It is the headquarters of the Dallas Blood 2HP Fire ministries run by Mark and Zoe Shepherd, a community- based organization that ministers to those living on the streets. The house is specifically for at risk or troubled women who have no home Or are escaping drugs and prostitution. We met Autry out front of the Union Gospel Mission where we had been talking to a couple of homeless men about where to find some local shelters. Autry, himself homeless, said he was on his way over to Miss Zoe's place for a barbeque and wouldn't mind taking us with him. We entered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007

4 The University News April 18, 2007 Letters Ask Ashley Dear Ashley, I write an advice column for the UD newspaper. The problem? Mo one needs advice! Week after week, I check for submissions, Only to find jokes and 'problems' that are obviously untrue. Like yesterday, for example, someone wrote to me wanting help with a drinking problem. Like that could ever happen at this school! I want to help people, but no one needs me. What should I do? Sincerely, Yelhsa Doow DearYelhsa, Maybe you should start by answering your own questions! Life lesson #1: If you can't help yourself, how can you expect to help others? Also, any advice columnist worth her salt works to create a space in which people feel comfortable enough to ask questions. What better way to gain your readers' trust than to put yourself out there first? Life lesson #2: If you have a question, someone else probably does, too, They're just afraid to ask. It's your column, isn't it? Publish your own problem! I guarantee you'll h...

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