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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

The University News News September 12, 2007 — 5 Dallas at the disco i^kccompanied by images of pumping disco music arid bright, flashing colored lights, Disco Fever struck in force Friday night. The SPUD sponsored event "Skate and Shake" drew a rambunctious crowd of over sixty UD students from assorted classes. Kyle Meziere CONTRIBUTING WRITER SPUD provided a bus ride for all of the students, which was an event in itself. On the brief trip there, and again on the way back, there was plenty of commotion when some students decided to belt out sing-along tunes while others opted to get acquainted with the strangers sitting next to them. Once the bus arrived at "Mid Cities Skate Land", UD's true colors began to show. The herd scrambling the bus in the dimly lit parking lot included everyone from disco superstars to a sea captain prepared for the worst with his personal inner tube Inside, the night began to heat up. After a couple of laps, the slipping became less intense and the skating...

Publication Title: University News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

6 — September 12, 2007 The University News September 12, 2007 — 7 By Sarah Crotty, Editor in Chief J Do UD events leave you feeling unexcitecl? Take advantage of the numerous off-campus adventures are easily accessible; affordable, and fun! that GVimpse at "ne Oass of 2011 I V AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS The most common name among ladies is Mary. OLD NAVY oldnavy.com The most common name among men is Joseph- most common birth mont-h ic => •• (39 students each ^n)MaV and SeP r The leas,, common birth month is June (only 17 students). Whether you are looking for dessert or Dante, UD's great campus location provides numerous opportunities for exploration and enjoyment! The average S^^cfcns only)- ae com AIX — 7™ travel about The gveras=-f h (Critical Reading an ^C1UcO visited UD before making ei?ity ofoa^° mi'es 80% of yoor dass^f^ege decision. 1 "W 1M ex Looking for a new pair of shoes to add to your wardrobe? Located 10 miles northeast, the Galleria Dallas mall boasts a large select...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

Arts & Entertainment 8 — September 12, 2007 The University News Solyent Blue plays at first TGIT? Gabe Roberts CONTRIBUTING WRITER TGIT featured Soylent Blue. Or was it Solvent Blue, as the sign hanging in Haggar advertised? Either way, there were three guys in a band playing in the Rat last Thursday. Featuring guitar, bass, and drums, the band played a solid, well-rehearsed, but less than distinctive mix of college rock favorites, including Weezer, Radiohead, and Journey. But who needs distinctive when you have alcohol? The beer flowed freely throughout the night, and as the crowd got drunker, the music got better. Outside on the patio, students drank, smoked, and chatted excitedly with friends they had missed over the summer, and new friends they had just met. So the band wasn't the greatest. They probably won't be breaking into the mainstream anytime soon. But TGIT really isn't about the band, it's about people. It's a time for UD students to forget about classes for a few ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

The University News September 12, 2007 — 9 ■ ■■■r ■an The O 'ice wins again Joe LoCoco CONTRIBUTING WRITER John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer star as Jim and Pam in the hit NBC series The Office. 31 R As cathartic as the Season 2 finale was for Office fans around the Mall, the writers obviously realized that in almost completely resolving the ever-increasing tension between Jim and Pam, they had removed most of the plot and left the motley comedy crew of Scranton, PA all dressed up with nowhere to go. Consequently, Season 3 opens to reveal that Jim has taken a promotion at another branch after being rejected by Pam and that their relationship is back to square one. Don't be too upset, that tension is why you watched the show anyway. The show takes an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" approach to its latest installment by trying to double its recipe for success. There is a new love interest for Jim (Rashida Jones plays Karen), Andy (Ed Helms) is a new rival for Dwight, and a new branch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

Sports 10 — September 12, 2007 The University News "outh movement starts out slowly for volleyball Lady Crusaders struggle at UTD tourney "C Fleming SPORTS EDITOR Despite the aid of new freshmen, the University of Dallas's volleyball team struggled with consistency at UTD's Gilbert Kickoff Tournament. In their first match, the Lady Crusaders faced off against the favored Tigers of East Texas Baptist University. UD came out strong, taking a 7-4 lead. Poor defense, however, opened the door for ETBU, who climbed back to tie it, 9-9. Solid ETBU defense and a couple of errors by the Crusaders saw the Tigers scoring eight straight points to make it 18- 10. UD would not recover from the onslaught, falling 30-15. UD had another strong start in the second game, tying the score at 4-4. Solid offensive work by ETBU then met poor defensive work by UD as ETBU scored nine straight, making it 1 2-4. Instead of folding, however, UD began building some momentum, scoring 10 of the next 15 points. Wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

The University News ommentary September 12, 2007 — 11 A reli gi on of peace? Bennett Rawick COMMENTARY EDITOR Mohammed taught that when a Muslim army was weak it should seek compromise, but that when strong it should fight without mercy. This diplomacy of deceit has been used throughout Islamic history and reveals the truth behind contemporary tactics of radical Islam. In 1928, a schoolteacher named al-Banna founded the Muslim Brotherhood in an effort to "master the world with Islam." The Brotherhood took an official stance of non-violence, but its history has been far from peaceful. In 1948 it was implicated in the assassination of the Egyptian Prime Minister. It outspokenly supports the terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah, its members are regularly arrested for terrorism, and Brotherhood scholars radicalized the young Osama bin Laden. In the 1960s the Muslim Brotherhood began a US chapter, but after 30 years in America they had not made the foothold they desired. The name ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 12 September 2007

12 — September 12, 2007 The University News TOP TEN: CAP BAR DRII1K5 ® Italian Cream Soda For the young of heart, or the sweet-toothed freshman not yet ready for condensed caffeination. Hot Chocolate Most often enjoyed during the grey mess of winter or when one is feeling a touch homesick (they can make it like mom's if you ask nicely). k 0 Cafe Americano A good ole' cup of joe. This fall back is often patronized by the patriotic purist Cafe Latte / | A twist on the plain coffee. A little milk yields a "latte" of flavor * in this drink that takes regular coffee to the next level. i1 ® Espresso For the serious coffee-drinker. It will surely combat any signs of the sleepies. For a softer side of espresso, try it con panna (with whipped cream). ITALIA I © Espresso Doppio For the more serious. Ordered most often around midterm season and during the loom of finals. Cappuccino/ Iced Cappuccino The Cap Bar's namesake, a staple of the menu. The iced summer version makes for a delicious way ...

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

University Volume XXXVIII, Number II University of Dallas Irving, Texas September 1 8, 2007 - Inside 8 Couch Cushions with Fr. Morton News The Cistercian priest shares his compelling tale of his flight from Hungary. SPUD Arts & Entertainment Spartans prepare unusual dinners? Scribbled papers under desk? Find out what SPUD really means. What are Americans forgetting? Commentary An observation of the national case of historical amnesia. UD's golf team Sports An inside look at the swings and slices of UD's golf team. 12 Top Pick up lines Backpage Not just any pick up I i nes--U D pick up lines. Gorbachev events free for UD students University to sponsor afternoon Q&A, evening lecture Monica Klem NEWS EDITOR The University of Dallas will bring Mikhail Gorbachev, former president of the Soviet Union, to Dallas on October 8 as the guest of its annual Eugene McDermott Lectureship. Gorbachev will speak to an audience of students and faculty in an on-campus appearance at 4:30 pm in t...

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

News 2 — September 18, 2007 The University News SO Report The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety between Saturday, September 9, 2007 and Friday, September 14, 2007. Saturday, September 8, 2007 at 06:42 PM - Irving Fire Department Paramedics were called to campus for a student who was having an allergic reaction to an insect bite. The student declined transport to a local hospital. Sunday, September 9, 2007 at 09:28 PM - The Campus Safety Office received an automatic fire alarm for the Theresa Residence Hall. The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer went to the building. The officer determined the alarm was caused by a microwave oven. The Irving Fire Department cleared campus after the alarm was reset. Sunday, September 9,2007 at 1 1:56 AM - The Campus Safety Office received an automatic fire alarm for the Maher Athletic Center. The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer went to the ...

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

The University News September 19, 2007 — 3 UD Sophomore to teach classes on Iconography Class features art and prayer combined Tessa Couture CONTRIBUTING WRITER Icon painting is often described as a form of prayer; an icon is not so much a work of human artistry as it is a window for God's revelation. Alexandra Dubois, a sophomore at the University of Dallas, emphasizes this point when speaking about the icon class which she will lead on Sunday afternoons throughout most of this semester. These workshops, which begin on September 16 and end on October 28, are aimed at introducing students to the spirituality of iconography, which Dubois hopes will be a refreshingly peace-filled experience in the midst of the new school year. Dubois has been taking lessons in icon painting for seven years, and will now share her talents by teaching a class of about 20 people. Despite the particular draw for art majors, icons are distinct from other forms of painting in that they are a "sacred art," a...

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

4 — September 18, 2007 News The University News rom communism to community Fr. Marton shares the story of his escape rom an authoritarian regime in Hungary and his deliverance to the University of Dallas Eric Haney STAFF WRITER On Wednesday, September 12th, Rev. Bernard Marton, O. Cist, gave an evening lecture in Gorman Faculty Lounge. I he advertisements for this event called it a "Couch Cushion Conversation," but Fr. Marton preferred to give his story a simpler title: "Providence." The extraordinary details of Fr. Marlon's escape from Communist Hungary suggest that his story is very appropriately named. When Fr. Marton was born in Hungary, he became at once "an enemy of the people." His father was a police lieutenant who served the old regime and his older brother was a priest. When the Communist Party took power in Hungary, they treated the members of his entire family as if they were subversives. "You really fear for your life," Fr. Marton said. "You are always being watched." A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

The University News News September 18, 2007 — 5 Students summer in Avila Studying the language and culture of Spain Maria Perez-Bernardo CONTRIBUTING WRITER A group of six students; Miranda Pe- terson, Mary Scully, Alaina Alsup, Terr)' Swift, Mercedes Perez and Lorea Ormazabal, went to the Catholic University of Avila this summer. Avila is one of the most historic and beautiful cities in Spain. Its world famous walls have stood guard over the cen- turies. Walls, houses, palaces, churches, and convents make up the rich artistic heritage of the city. During the 16th century, Avila was the city of mysticism and spirituality. Mystics Teresa de Avila and Saint John of the Cross both made their home in Avila. Students took Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced Spanish classes at the University of Avila. Spanish literature and Spanish Mysti- cism were also offered. Students lived in the dorm, sharing their meals with Spaniards. On Fridays students took excursions to Madrid, Salamanca and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

6 — September 18, 2007 The University News September 18, 2007 — 7 I BWO i. n Sarah Crotty MANAGING EDITOR Ready for a study break? Join a UD club! When choosing a club, students have a multitude of choices ranging from dragons to dancing. Most clubs are looking for new members and only require that members attend some meetings and events. In order to help you make an informed choice, these are the six most active clubs on campus according to Brittany Cameron, coordinator of UD Student Activities and Recreational Services. UD Alpha Phi Omega (APO) Be a leader. Be a friend. Be of service. What's it about? Alpha Phi Omega is a national fraternity dedicated to leadership, service and friendship. Unlike other fraternities, APO is co-ed and non-residential (no frat houses). There are chapters in many universities across the country and even nternationally. The members of UD's chapter, Alpha Epsilon Tau, participate in such service projects as mentoring children, visiting retirement homes,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

Arts & Entertainment 8 —September 18, 2007 The University News Promises delivers, Water pulls you in FS CONTRIBUTING WRITER Eastern Promises David Cronenberg's follow-up to his masterful A History of Violence is Eastern Promises (Magnolia), a twisty, suspenseful thriller about business and family skullduggery among members of the Russian mob in London and civilians drawn into their orbit. Naomi Watts stars as a midwife who gets involved with the Russians in order to find the family of an immigrant girl who died giving birth. One of the people she encounters during her search is the coolly efficient, oddly genteel driver for the gang—played with unsettling stillness by Viggo Mortensen. The movie has a few scenes of sudden violence and one amazing set-piece—an attempted assassination in a bathhouse—so graphic that it's difficult to watch. But most of it is curiously reserved, ratcheting up the tension through suggestion rather than action. Beautifully directed and well acted, Cron...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

The University News ommentary September 18, 2007 — 9 t's in Iraq's hands to secure its uture Bennett Rawicki COMMENTARY EDITOR The surge worked! General Petraeus'highly publicized and politically energized report shows the increase in U.S. forces successfully quelled violence in both Baghdad and the volatile Anbar province. Since the surge began in January, violence has been cut by 33%, the monthly casualty toll has been halved, and this past month a record number of weapon caches were seized. Terrorists from around the world come to Iraq to fight America. We are facing Saudis, Egyptians, Iranians, and Syrians, extremist Sunnis, fanatical Shi'ites, Al-Qaeda and Hezbollah, and we are dominating. Cheer your soldiers: they are truly the world's best and bravest. America has done its part. Iraq, it is your turn. The Iraqi government has been deafeningly silent with pronouncements of political success. In order to understand the political difficulties, I will describe the Iraqi governmen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

Sports 10 — September 18, 2007 The University News UD soccer team soars to new heights this fall Strong crowds and strong record build the foundation for a successful season rC Fleming SPORTS EDITOR Despite the challenges of fielding an athleticteam for an academics-first university, UD soccer coach Matt Hoffmann has built a competitive program that has not been beaten at home in three years. To build success and support at a school that is normally a bit tepid about its teams, Hoffmann has chosen a group of players that excel in integrating themselves into the student body as well as the team. "The kids I'm going to enjoy more are more likely to be kids like myself," said Hoffmann. "To me, being involved in church, being involved in the social aspects of the college, being involved academically where you reflect positively on your program is a big deal. Some of that rubs off on my kids. I he one bit of stable culture through four, five years tends to be the coach, and over time, th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

The University News September 18, 2007 — 11 Sport Shorts Men's soccer defeated Hendrix, 2-1. Mike Hasson and Chris Sumcisk combined made five saves from the goalkeeping position. Junior Midfielder Stuart Brown is named the Division ill Independents' Soccer Player of the Week, He had three goals and two assists this week. Sophomore Angela Cuba is named the Division III Independents' Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week. She placed third at the UT-Tyler Invitational with a time of 24:20 on the 6K. Men's soccer defeated the Kangaroos of Austin College, 2-1 in overtime. Aaron Tucker scored the winning goal 2 minutes and 18 seconds into OT. Women's soccer fell to Austin College, 7-1. Senior Laura Jura scored the only goal. Men's soccer defeated Illinois College, 4-0. The Crusaders had 22 shots on goal in the first half, but all four points came in the second half. Rugby fell to the Horned Frogs of TCU, 31-14. Matt Rowles put the Crusaders on the board first with a particularly hard- ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2007

12 — September 18, 2007 Backpage The University News TOP TEN Ud) if tell "Up JSifted You know, that scapular really brings out the brown in your eyes. Do you study here often? © Your ankle-length skirt is very becoming. CD Need a light for that votive candle? © Can I take you to Dinner and Discourse sometime? © i ve qot a rea y qood translation of Plato s Republic back in my room. © Come on, et me guess your confirmation name. 0 f you aren't doing anything later, there's a theology of the body ecture... © My vocation is the married life. Could you help me with that? © You must be a Core requirement, because I'm strangely compelled to study you. This st was compiled from lines heard around UD at various social venues and from some webpages v* w \ I .

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 September 2007

University Volume XXXVIII, Number University of Dallas Irving, Texas September 25, 2007 Swing club does the limbo dances in new room Ryan Koster CONTRIBUTING WRITER Swing Club has its loyal following on campus and its relocation to the basement of Jerome for this year has proved disappointing for club members. The office of Student Life made the decision to move the club from the Haggar foyer. Emily Beatrice, the president of the club, said the Jerome basement is not the ideal place for swing dancing. "The ceilings are normal height from the ground, which could pose a problem to experienced dancers who enjoy doing and teaching aerials," she said. Four Swing Club officers met with John Grant, the dean of Student Life, and Brittany Cameron, the director of Student Activities to discuss the issue. In that meeting, Grant expressed the possibility of the Swing Club moving back into Haggar next semester, but it is only a possibility as of now. "There are two reasons we are asking Swing Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 25 September 2007

News 2 — September 25, 2007 The University News CSO Report Monday, September 1 7, 2007 at 11:44 PM - The Campus Safety Office received an automatic fire alarm for the Maher Athletic Center; The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer went to the building. The officer determined the alarm was caused by contractors working in the building. The Irving Fire Department cleared campus after the alarm was reset. Tuesday, September 18,2007 at 10:30 PM - A student reported the front windshield of her vehicle being broken while parked on campus. Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 07:31 AM - The Office of Student Life adjudicated two offenses of minors possessing alcohol in a residential area. The offenses occurred on Friday, September 7, 2007, at 10:45 PM. Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 07:35 AM - The Office of Student Life adjudicated three offenses of minors possessing alcohol in a residential area. The offenses occurred on Tuesday, September 11, 2007, at 1...

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