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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007

^April^B^OOT^he^Unwersit^News^^^ Arts and Entertainment Town of Salado Offers Travelers a Cozy Getaway Jonathan McDonald IT CONTRIBUTOR altway between UD and my hometown, Victoria, lays the town of Salado, A town with a Main Street, white, steepled churches, and meandering country roads, Salado quaintly welcomes the visitor wilh Texas flair. My mother and I chose to spend our Easter Break in this subtle spot foi its convenient location and serene atmosphere. We found Salado just off of 1-35. The village stands without the support of any buildings much taller than City Hall, and hugs the green country around itself, comfortable in its space away from the modern buzz. Depending on the weight of one's foot, Salado is about an hour and a half drive between Waco and Austin, allowing room to preserve its intimate feel while staying within close proximity to the nearest Cinemark Or Ikea. Flanked by fields of bluebonnets and paintbrushes, Mom and I took the exit into Salado and stopped on M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007

j^^^\pnl^5^007^The^Universit^News^ Arts and Entertainment Ask Ashley < TJD Students Present Painting As a Process Alan Charnock Ask Ashley Note: as I've had considerable trouble getting students to submit questions, ANY question asked in (or near) my presence is now fair game. Hence, this week's question: Dear Ashley, What the #$'(||% is a priori? Sincerely, Frustrated Dear Frustrated, As defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, a priori is: 1. .A phrase used to characterize reasoning Or arguing from causes to effects, from abstract notions to their conditions or consequences, from propositions or assumed axioms (and not from experience); deductive; deductively. 2. Hence loosely: Previous to any special examination, presumptively, in accordance with one's previous knowledge or prepossessions. Hope this helps! Ashley CONTRIBUTOR C Crhc paintings are melting," someone said to me. The paintings were hanging in the upper gallery in the art village, part of an exhibition by professor...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007

^pnl^5^J?007^rheJUnivers^ Arts & Entertainment Dallas Offers a Plethora of Attractions for Bored Students Eileen Casey A&E EDITOR While it might not always seem like it, the city of Dallas does have a variety of things to see and do. Because nothing is in walking distance and you can't rely On public transportation, a car is a necessity. But a good number of Dallas attractions are definitely worth the drive down 183. Dallas is recognized for showcasingworld-renowned paintings, sculpture, and architecture. The Dallas Museum of Art, Crowe Collection of Asian Art, and the Nasher Sculpture Center are all close to one another in the Arts district. It is a great way to spend an afternoon viewing impressionist paintings of Chinese culture to contemporary sculpture. I have been to all of these and highly recommend taking the trip. At SMU the Meadows Museum displays some of the finest Spanish art around. The Fair Park grounds are home to parks, impressive architecture, and eight muse...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 April 2007

16 April 25, 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 — 2 May 2007

Dallas Architecture R 10 Punch and Judy P. 9 StopGap P. 6-7 ^UNIVERSITY NEWS Volume XXXVII, Number XIX University of Dallas, Irving, Texas May 2, 2007 Foreign Language Festival Rocks Lynch Performances, Culture Kick Weekend Off to a Good Start j Sarah Crotty I NEWS EDITOR Students kicked off the fifth annual Spring Festival with song and dance on April 2Tb. The event was hosted by the department of Modern Languages and Literatures. The program featured dramatic Selections in Spanish, Russian, German, Italian and French. "The main idea of the festival is to have a celebration of spring" said Omar Enrique Garcia-Rojas, Spring Festival producer. "Here at UD we read a lot of literature and spring is a great time to get together to celebrate poetry, songs and pictures representing various languages." This year the Russian class sang songs and recited the "Our Father" in Russian, while the Spanish classes presented songs and a dramatic representation of "Una Carta a Dios." The German clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

2 May 2, 2007 The University News • Shorts SG Gavel Mallapalooza, abbreviated OOPS! photos by Keegan McCabe Hense The University News apologizes to Rosie Wilson! We accidently attributed her article, "Dr. Clodfelter Honored for 37 Years of Service" to Colleen Sweeny We also said it continued on page 10, when the end of the story was on page 5. Classifieds Natmie. 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. Want to quit smoking? If you are between 12 and 25 years old, you may be eligible to participate in a research study to help you stop smoking. The Pediatric Psychiatry Research Program at I T Southwestern Medical Center is currently accepting adolescent and young adult smokers in its program. Those who are eligible will re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

The University News May 2, 2007 3 News he Final Word Homeless Series Part 5 of 5 — Ministering Good to All | A. Chamock, G. Harlin CONTRIBUTORS It's nine in the mommg on a I Saturday, and while most of the city is just waking up, this side of town has been moving since four in the morning That's when the homeless who crowd the streets begin crawling out of then- blankets and trash bags, looking for a place to spend another day. Surrounded by barbed wires fences and warehouses that sit beside the farmer's market, we met Zoltan Laky. Mr. Laky spends his Sunday mornings in a warehouse parking lot feeding, clothing, and preaching to the homeless with his church, Soul Ministries. Laky is a police Officer, but as a minister he aids the homeless. When called to deal with the homeless as a police Officer, he stressed the importance of dealing with the homeless on a personal level. When he speaks of the joy and reward that comes from helping those on the streets, it's not just empty words. H...

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

4 The University News May 2, 2007 News Brava! Ramsay First Recipient of Italian Scholarship | Courtney Anderson CONTRIBUTOR The Italian language department recently awarded UD student Kate Ramsay with an Italian scholarship to be put towards living in Italy for a year. Kate Ramsay, a senior who has completed a concentration in Italian, has shown great interest in the Italian culture and language, studying Italian every semester for the last four years, Ramsay is the first ever recipient of the scholarship which was funded through the generosity of the well known philanthropist Dr. Saxe. 'When asked about the outstanding characteristics that ^ her passion for Italian, her maturity, her exemplary class presence, and her analytical mind... — W qualified Ramsay for the honor, Italian professors Zocchi and Porte both commented on her passion for Italian, her maturity, her exemplary class presence, and her analytical mind—all of which set her apart from the rest of the applicants. Foreign...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

The University News May 2, 2007 g News Letter Letter from Home: to the Editor Alcohol Awareness Week at UD probably went as productively as it does at most schools — that is, not. If the students don't take the message seriously, what can be changed? The fact is, we've heard for years that alcohol impairs our judgment and leads to bad decisions; we've heard about drunk driving accidents and the innocent deaths resulting from them; and we know that there are people whose alcoholism ruins their lives and those of their loved ones. These are all very serious offenses that happen to others and not to us, right? The board outside Haggar on Tuesday read, "What are some of your concerns about alcohol use at UD?" UD students responded with comments like: "We don't drink enough," or "we drink cheap beer," or "class sucks when you're hung over," etc., etc. Comments like these ignore the severity of the issue; I suppose I just expected more. Alcohol inherently is not bad. It's tasty and fun fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

g May 2, 2007 The University News EATURES stop_gap exhibition Keegan McCabe Hense Features Editor You're going to want to pass through Gorman soon, to see a collection of prints from the Advanced Printmaking class which are really worth a closer look than these photos can afford you. From Erika Villareal's expressive Negative /, in which points of pigment coalesce into a dynamically surprised face on the page, to John Taylor's Sixty Special, with its splash of colors and clean-lined objects that rhyme with stencil graffiti, the printmakers in the Stop_Gap exhibit have put forth an amazing effort. Beau Brady's Turbulence imbues two photorealistic sheets wrapped around a pole with tension and movement reminiscent of Reuben's Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. Ester Ippolito shoots a tree-filled view with green blotches that both exist outside of the scene and make the scene possible, like color does in our daily vision. Humberto Saenz's brightly colored piece Las Immigrantes depicts its subj...

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

The University News May 2, 2007 7 Pr ** ih §§! \f "Ui, ^ * * i . # = f • dh =1 a '4 s« 3 *Hl« $1 =, t Jeanne Luth Grand Canal II Ester Ippolito Cedar-Creek Lake Green ■Hi §£r^ Jgj ■\wi ' . ■-' 5si> :V;Sf Erika Villareal Negative I Beau Brady Turbulence

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

8 The University News May 2, 2007 Commentary The Bitter Cup by .Joshua Baer Here's Looking At You Kids" (Thanks For Being Great Readers!) r> CD Managing Editor Ashley Wood ft CUM 9- i a &S Random Thoughts II: Revenge of the Mike Hasson Contributor Sometimes I take the UD News for granted and dc> not think of the time and effort which the staff puts in every week. Maybe that's why I did not realize that this week's edition would be the last of this year and there would be no edition for the middle of finals week. I spent an hour bouncing back and forth the past few days about what topic to write on for the last article, but I still couldn't decide. Thus, this last article is going to be an imitation of Mike McMahon's random thoughts article several weeks back. Yup, I'm going to vent all of my remaining thoughts this year to clear my mind and fill up yours, right before finals. Enjoy... 1) "Christ be before me!" A powerful prayer. A prayer of need. A prayer for those times o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

The University News May 2, 2007 Q Arts & Entertainment Punch and Judy Plan a Performance 011 II. D. Mall I Jennifer Loftus CONTRIBUTOR The classic puppet show, "The Comical Tragedy of Punch and Judy or Tragical Comedy of Punch and Judy," makes South Park look like The Golden Girls. This puppet show has been performed all over the world and its satire and comical violence are socially relevant to our contemporary society. Throughout the show, Punch is either defying the world or exposing its vices, and his antics are thoroughly amusing. Punch and Judy is a traditional puppet show that reached its peak during the Victorian Era, and is directly descended from Italy's Gommedia dell'Arte, A wicked and witty Punch engages in violent and always victorious encounters with everyone who crosses his path, including his wife, the constable, and ultimately the devil. Performing May 7-10 at 6pm on the Mall, this particular script is published by J. P. Collier, as it was performed by Piccini, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

iO Meiy 2, 2007 The University News Arts & Entertainment Dallas Shockingly Proves Existence of World Outside of I D |Christopher Brown CONTRIBUTOR I feel like your mother, having to tell you this: You should get out more. UD is a surprisingly strong bubble—it's situated precariously close to'one of the busiest cities in the world, yet it remains a bricken cloister hiding under the pseudonym "Irving." Contrary to popular belief, this is not wholly a good tiling There is a world out there, and its not that far away. Downtown. Not to be confused with downtown Irving, which stars such attractions as Joe's Diner, Centennial Park, and, of course, the Irving Downtown Post Office. First fun fact about Dallas: it's really close. If you tire of bricks and classrooms that feel like prison cells, Dallas is a mere ten-minute drive away. The result of the invention of non-brick building materials. Second reason to go; it's pretty. No, it's not London, but it's a whole lot cheaper, and it's no...

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

j^a^^i^007_The_Umversit^News_ -II ■Arts & Entertainment Ask Ashley Art Department Hosts More Exhibits Mary Sweeney Dear Ashley, My boyfriend is incredibly popular with die ladies, and this being UD, men like him are in high demand. How do I keep the b!#cli*s away from my boy toy? Can I lock him up and only let him out for classes? Sincerely, NOT die other woman. Dear \T< >\\, I sincerely hope this isn't a serious question. Regardless, let me take this, opportunity to say Something about competition between women: namely, that it saddens me. You do realize that this is what keeps women from flourishing in our society, right? I mean, think of wThat we could accomplish if we worked to befriend, rather than compete with, our fellow females. I, for one, am willing to bet that die world would be a much better place- Sorry, just a personal pet peeve,,. That being said, yes, I diink it's perfectly all right to "lock him up," provided you leave fresh water and a dish of food in die...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 May 2007

12 May 2, 2007 The University News Advertising MEMORIAL WEEKEND MAY 24-27, 2007 © ® m si s a ^ o ft EVENT * mms WAXAHACHIE / ENNIS TEXAS .9 107.1 Thunder Ridge Ranch .TEXAS Bi ll BS ■ TEXAS ^COUNTRY Four Fantastic Days of Camping and Music, OVER 40 ACTS IN ALL at the Nation's Premier Music & Camping Festival i Gretchen 5Ml> — Wilson Cross Canadian Ragweed 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 — 12 September 2007

University Volume XXXVIII, Number I University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 1 2, 2007 - Inside O Orienting the nj Freshmen News The Freshman class of 2011 is the largest class to enter UD. Orientation leaders take the large number in hand. 8 First Art Exhibit of Semester Arts & Entertainment Visti ng artists kick off the semester with a multi- media experience. n Inside America's Islam Commentary Rawicki observes the workings of the Muslim American Society. f UD Volleyball I V'Tournament Sports Lady Crusaders play host and play ball at the Volleyball Tournament. reshman Class: Record Numbers Th e reasons or the increasing class size at UD ess Herbert CONTRIBUTING WRITER There are lots of new people to meet this semester, UD! Freshmen, you may feel overwhelmed—but many upperclassmen feel the same about the novelty of meeting all of you. UD has broken its own records of enrollment for both this and last school year. As a member of the senior class about to leave the environm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

News 2 — September 12, 2007 The University News SG Gavel Mary Powers g SG VICE PRESIDENT Senate Elections are just around the corner! Pick up a candidacy form in the SALC. The forms are due by Monday September 17th at 12pm. Any questions? Contact Mary Powers at mpowers@udallas.edu.Thanks! SG will be sponsoring two BBQ events. The first is on September 14th at the men's soccer game at 4:30 pm. And the second is September 15th at the rugby game at 2:30 pm. Come out to support UD sports and enjoy the $1 BBQ. $1 for drinks, $1 for hamburgers, and $1 for hotdogs. See you there! CSO Report I lie following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety between Saturday, September 1, 2007 and Friday, September 8, 2007. Monday, September 3, 2007 at 02:56 am - The Campus Safety Office received a report of an intoxicated person in one of the campus parking lots. The person was identified as a non-student and removed from campus. Wednesday, September 5, 2007 at 01:26 am - A Campus Safet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

The University News September 12, 2007 — 3 AHOY! Freshmen class lands at UD Orientation program assists new students Patty Morkert CONTRIBUTING WRITER Argh, we're back me mates! Classes have officially started for the year and everybody seems very confident that this will be a good year. For some, this semester is the beginning of college, for others, it anticipates the Rome semester, graduation, or simply a fresh start. The semester began with orientation for the incoming class of 2011. This year's orientation theme was "Finding hidden treasure in the class of 2011Before the hunt for the treasures at the University of Dallas, one must pack well. What could one possibly need for the trek? Freshmen unloaded many essentials from their cars on Friday, August 31, including books, microwaves, and televisions. Once everyone was unpacked, the journey could begin through the lines to receive IDs, complete with meal sticker on the back, and to obtain registration packets with free t- shirts....

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

4 — September 12, 2007 News The University News University of Dallas School of Ministry holds first conference Bilingual conference addresses ministry needs Monica Klem NEWS EDITOR The first annual Ministry Conference was held at Westing Park Central from September 6-8 I he Conference was held by the University of Dallas School of Ministry and the Diocese of Dallas. The theme of the conference was "WalkingTogether in Faith," and was aimed at a wide audience. The conference sessions were directed towards catechists, liturgists, and parents. While the conference was mainly a diocesan event, organizers anticipated participants from other parts of the state and country. "We are excited to host this conference to help meet the diverse needs of ministries in the Church at all levels," said Brian Schmisek, Director ofthe School of Ministry. "By coming together we can deepen and develop our relationship with God and our respect for the variety of ways we respond in faith." The conference gr...

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