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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
The University News April 18, 2007 Sports • • ' • '..J - •- • I • -- iPf^SlSi i? IK? ■ ' ^'C^EyS TC Flemming "S CONTRIBUTOR tolen bases [are] the name of the game. One stolen base is one hit." So said Coach Chris Strockbine in a conversation last week. Intrigued by his emphasis on the base-stealing game, this aspect of this year's Crusaders bears further analysis. It is known among learned observers of baseball that the number of total bases stolen is not so important as the percentage of times those steals are successful. If a player has 30 stolen bases but attempted to steal a base 60 times, he has not helped his team at all. Actually, he has hurt them. Men bent on knowing every tiny statistical detail of every minor and major event on a ball field, known as Sabermetricians, have executed lengthy calculations looking at every possible situation and the number of runs a team can expect to score in those situations. These calculations, of course, vary from league to league, since nu...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
g April 18, 2007 The University News Feat A&E Editors J nterview Ii)Ji Cjolleen Sweeney A&E EDITOR Spring Formal 2007 was distinct from past years. It was held on the second floor of the Union Tower. There was no live music, but there was a live DJ, Dallas renowned Brandon Qlds. University News A & 3 editors were lucky enough to receive an unplanned interview with Mr. Olds. The interview began with the chant "One more song, one more song." Brandon was not up for the challenge, but he honored us with an impromptu dialogue: UN- If you could play one more song, what would it be? DJ BO: Well, I like a lot of songs. UN: But if you had to play one more song wThat would it be? What is your favorite song? DJ BO: Well, I like the song I ended with, Let's Get it On by Marvin Gay. vv ( IIN: But what is your favorite song that' you didn't play tonight? DJ BO: Uh... UN: Come on. If it was just you and your girl out on the dance floor, what would you play? DJ BO: I don't have a girl. ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
8 The University News April 18, 2007 Commentary Selection Presidentiele Fran?aise De 2007: Sego VS. Sarko...VS. Bayrou? Chris Black | CONTRIBUTOR Something big is about to shake up French politics. On Sunday, April 22, French voters from Brittany and Burgundy, Provence and Gascony, Corsica and Tahiti, Martinique and Paris, and all throughout la Patrie will cast their ballots for a new President de la Republique. Why is this particular election such a big deal? First of all, France has been in need of a political makeover for a long time. The current president, Jacques Chirac, is 74 years old and is widely unpopular. Having been president for 12 years and either prime minister or mayor of Paris since 1974, the French feel it is time for someone else to lead their nation. There are two larger-than-life frontrunners. Representing the center- right UMP (Union pour un Mouvement Populaire) is the former Minister of the Interior, Nicolas Sarkozy, a relatively young upstart whose fame took ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
The University News April 18, 2007 Q Commentary The olitics of the 'olar Bear A nrf Bennett Rawicki CONTRIBUTOR & Newsstand covers proclaim "A Threat Graver than Terrorism is Upon Us." This threat guzzles carbon dioxide, has it out for the polar bear, and has told A1 Gore that it plans to raise sea levels 20 feet. You guessed it, the much discussed and little understood, global warming. The science behind the issue is not "as certain as gravity" like Gore claims. The prominent theses claiming human-caused climate change do not account for Nature's temperature control: rain. If the Earths temperature rises, more evaporation occurs creating more clouds and precipitation, which cools the Earth. Without this mitigating factor included in climate change models, results are skewed to the extreme. This is merely one of many disputes in the scientific community, and it seems as if every study (including the U.N. study) has scientists lining up on the other side to disprove the results. ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
iO April 18, 2007 The University News Arts & Entertainment 9 66 99 Forsyth*1 s As You Like It Proves Monumental for I I) Theater IStephanie Herbert I CONTRIBUTOR Augustine 111: Mr. Forsythe's office, Thursday afternoon; rehearsal for the Spring UD mainstage, As You Like It, starts in less than forty nunutvs; forty minutes isall the time I have to pinpoint the purpose and passion behind the staging of UD's newest play—it is the largest production in UD drama history and the first Shakespeare mainstage in four years. Director Dan Forsythe has just gotten back from a walk with his dog; a small breather snatched between a full day of teaching. With only two weeks until opening night, the hours of rehearsal in the drama building are getting longer for either him or his cast and crew. "I've just been checking audition notices," he smiles, glancing at the computer screen, "shoot whenever you'd like." UN: Let's start with something about your background: what got you into directing? DF:...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 April 2007
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
Virginia Tech Commentary P. 10 'Faire wr Mattitos P. 13 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas April 25, 2007 ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number XVIII Safe Haven Campus Safety Alert to Prevent UD Tragedy I Sarah Crotty 1 NEWS EDITOR Would UD be prepared for an attack similar in nature to tin- Virginia Tech tragedy? Is there an emergency response plan for the university? Campus Safety has a book dedicated solely to emergency response procedures. According to the nature of the emergency, there are specific, detailed outlines regarding the procedures that faculty, staff and students should follow. "These plans are so detailed and include procedures for anything that could go wrong on campus, from weather related issues to an active shooter on campus," said Captain Charlie Steadman. These emergency procedures are updated constantly. At least once a year, a committee reviews each procedure, highlighting and addressing any potential problems. "Tliese plans are so deailed and include proc...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
2 April 25, 2007 The University News News ~ S(i (iavrl Candidates tor next year's student Government Executive Council gave speeches Monday night in Haggar Foyer. Here are some notables: -Junior Kristen Parrish, running unopposed for the office of treasurer, emphasized her experience and proven competence for the job. She was this year's treasurer and is running for a second term. -Sophomore Kathleen Rhodes, running unopposed for the office of secretary, charmed the crowd with her good humor and wit. Aware that the race for secretary was uncontested, she remarked, "If any of you vote for me, I will win." -Sophomore Chelsea Davis, running unopposed for the office of VP of Programming, voiced her commitment to perpetuate UD's great student activities and traditions. She cleverly stated that she wants to "move from enjoying these activities to planning them." -Junior politics major John O'Keefe stressed the need for more deliberation in the senate. The office of Vice President of the S...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
The University News April 25, 2007 3 News Dance Master Disasters Spring Formal injuries mild, two left feet not primary cause Homeless Series Pa rt 4 of 5 istory Repeats tseli' josh Baer I CARTOONIST Despite the overwhelming success of this year's Spring Formal, there were a few unfortunate accidents thai occurred near the end of the evening. One student fell down a flight of stairs and gashed his face below the eyebrow, while a girl was accidentally toppled on the dance floor and broke her hand. While noting that these injuries were more severe than most years, John Grant, head of the Office of Student Life stated, "they looked to me like they were accidents — it was nothing tied to- the occasion." When asked about die oddly high number! of injuries, Mr. Grant also explained that with well over a thousand attendees, the number of injuries was "high for the event, low for the turnout — a fraction of one percent." Mr. Grant also praised the Campus Safety Officers on duty that evening...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
4 The University News April 25, 2007 News Theresa HA Harassed for Interview: Miquela, Camara by Maria Murdock So, is being an RA a good deal? Yes! Not only do I get free room and board, but I get to know the underclassmen better, who are actually closer to my age than most people in my class. I'm a youngin' for my grade. I just turned twenty last December. What's hm yotirfilmiest mite-itp? The first week of school I saw some freshmen drinking outside Madonna. You see, my old nickname was "running-girl," so...needless to say...although they started sprinting [away] at full speed, as soon as our eyes met, they didn't end up escaping me (cackles). favorite Class? Of all time: Philosophy of the Environment with Dr. Harrington. This Semester: Fundamentals of Economics with Doyle. Hardest Class? Organic Chemistry Easiest Class? General Psychology What do yoit spend most of your time doing? I always eventually end up going to the gym with honorable intentions to study later. VAir Force ROT...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
April 25, 2007 The University News 5 News COMMUNISM, con't order. Their motto became 'first change thyself.' Individuals would have one voice at work, and a totally different voice at home, and they challenged people to stop living a lie even though doing so would have consequences," she said. In November of 1989, peaceful and prayerful protestors gathered in the thousands, face to face with soldiers, but the order to shoot the protestors never came, and the wall was torn down. "Gorbachev didn't intend to give them freedom, but, at the end of the confused and joyous night, the wall came down. ls|o one planned it, and yet no one was shocked. People broke down what had been 40- 70 years of oppression, but a moral and intellectual revolution [had] preceded [the] political revolution," she said. Elliot is the mother of UD politics student, Tommy Von Der Heydt, and the author of two books, numerous articles, and recipient of several awards. CLODFELTER, con't award given by the State of T...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
g April 25, 2007 The University News Sports *ram Crusader Golf Swings through Nationals he UD Golf "earn marched into Virginia on Easter Sunday with clear eyes and ull hearts. After a harrowing flight, the golf team arrived in the rrigid town of Williamsburg, ready for action. Randy Budderibohn Contributing Writer Propeller lag aside, the team checked into their hotel to rest for the following week's activities. Last-minute preparations were made. Whether it was cleaning their clubs or night-chipping, the Crusaders felt ready for their test. The next morning's wakeup call came early, and the team headed to the course. After an hour of frost delay, the tournament began. The first drive of the Crusaders by Randy Buddenbohn hit a tree and careened back into the fairway — it looked as though Lady Luck was smiling on the Crusaders. The next player off the tee for UD was the always calm, Dave Johnson. Following Johnson were Kyle "Cobra" Callaghan, Paul Bechter, and Ryan Hogue. Day one of ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
April 25, 2007 The University News^ Sports NHL Playoffs get lower ratings than Dog Show RJ Karas Sports Editor editorial It seems as though the sports world is in an awkward state of unimportance;. As the flowers blossom and the days become longer there is very little to get excited about. We have found ourselves sandwiched between the end of the NCAA tournament and the beginning of the NBA playoffs. The nation is fighting to make it through the slowest six weeks of the year, NHL playoff season. Unlike the weather, it seems as though sports is suffering through a long, arduous drought that has taken its toll on anyone and everyone in the sports community. Not only are fans impatiently waiting for the dog days of summer so to are players and officials in the major sports. Just last week Joey Crawford, who was considered from all accounts to be a level-headed NBA official, challenged San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan to a fight after ejecting him from a game against the Dallas Maver...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
3 April 25, 2007 The University News An Actor's Perspective sis You Uke It directed by Dan Forsythe by Touchstone, aka Donny Covington For an actor, the play's the thing. A theatrical production is the consummation of months of work, and a lifetime of acquired skills. Even for those who are affiliated with the technical aspect of a show find themselves as deeply invested as the actors. As such, I find myself in a fairly unique position, both as a lead in the upcoming production of As You Like It and as one of the set constructors who can be found in the theatre on any given afternoon sawing, drilling, painting, or otherwise keeping busy. However, I find that it is the thespian aspect of my current double existence that bears the most weight in my daily goings on. Shakespeare is an infinitely interpretable playwright, and the actors in his production must constantly explore and develop their roles in order to make the most of the text. Under closer scrutiny, seemingly straightforward...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
10 Apr il 25, 2007 The University News Student Response Exploiting an Emergency The Delusion of School Safety A Mike McMahon Bennett Rawicki Commentary Editor Contributing Writer ■ I don't think there's too much to say about what happened last week in Virginia. Commenters on a Google group devoted to Rush Limbaugh did, however, have some great things to say. Things that, you know, get to the heart of the situation while they inspire those better angels of our nature. It's interesting how the worst in someone — some deranged student — brings out the worst in everyone. Please read ahead — I won't fault you for not making it all the way through the quote, though. " 1 .Cho said he hated rich Americans. That is typical of class envy and democrats. 2.Cho said he hates American society. Again, that is typical of socialistic, communistic democrats. 3.Cho planned every detail of his attack. 4.Cho attacked the USA because of his hatred for America. Though he was a lone actor, Cho was a terror...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007
The University News April 25, 2007 ]_ ]_ Commentary The Bitter Clip by Josh Baer ✓/ The Making of the Eternal Student Man on the Street Describe your personal relationship with Raj. X YW +ime U\~) is 6Uwio,5+ Oy. VJlai'cU ffiA-Ves drtlj/ Ovne. opb'an tl u.e a vw.dk, II r^en-f*, & irretj -f-o my7 fao£ an J LX,e wy rieiA) ptGX Viair -h> pass y$elj? as 4 *"W 5-fwt/e^V-. iV* ObVfOU^Jy' Letters to the Editor Effective Dialogue To tight for what you believe in is a natural consequence of conviction, so it is understandable one would enter serious conversation thinking, "What I believe is true, and I am going to teach it to you," Yet when it comes to engaging in effective, loving, and productive dialogue, is this really the best attitude to have? Perhaps more progress would be made in our human interactions if we began our conversations thinking, "I do not fully know the Truth, I wonder what this person can teach me about it." This doesn't necessarily require a relativistic approach...