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

Arts & Entertainment 8 —October 2, 2007 The University News Gung-Ho Kingdom, Nutty Universe, Self-indulgent Wild FS CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Kingdom Had United 93 been directed by Michael Bay, the result might have been something like The Kingdom (wide release). Peter Berg's film is obviously inspired by the Khobar Towers incident in Saudi Arabia, in which a high-rise complex mostly occupied by Americans was bombed by terrorists. In the movie, a heavily-guarded community of construction workers in the kingdom is similarly attacked by a Saudi cell. But riding to the rescue, like the cavalry in old westerns, is a crack four-member team of FBI forensics experts. Despite being hamstrung by State Department red tape and stringent Saudi limitations on them, they manage to crack the case and survive massive gun battles and assassination attempts to track down the mastermind behind the attack within the four days allotted to them. The picture is essentially a wish-fulfillment fantasy tha...

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

The University News October 2, 2007 — 9 Greenville Avenue in review A great place for a night on the town Colleen Sweeney A&E EDITOR The legendary Greenville Avenue is a strip of bars frequented by the young, trendy, and sometimes shady. On Saturday, my roommates and I visited four bars on this strip: Zubar, Suede, Fireside, and Sugar Shack. I he five of us shared a car with a very special designated driver. Finding a parking spot was stressful, so we eventually decided to use the valet parking services at Zubar. The seven dollar cost was minimal when split between us, and the DD should never be put through more stress than necessary. The bouncer at Zubar was courteous and friendly; he took our out-of-state IDs with a smile. Zubar has an inviting outdoor porch, a classic bar with couches inside, followed by a narrow hall lined with private booths. The hall leads into a dramatic candle lit room with a glowing red bar. A funky DJ played techno and our party sat comfortably at a co...

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

Commentary 10 — October 2, 2007 The University News Who is responsible for saving the world? Bennett Rawicki COMMENTARY EDITOR The world today is infected with problems. African tribes slaughter whole villages. Iran murders homosexuals. China dynamites shrines to the Virgin Mary. Myanmar fires automatic rifles at crowds of monks. Communist leaders hold South America in poverty. Radical Muslims terrorize Europe from Madrid to Amsterdam. Every continent faces the scourges of tyranny, genocide, poverty, and moral decadence. No country can claim a spotless human rights record. Who has the responsibility to save the world? America may try, but it is mired in problems of its own. We have fifteen million illegal aliens living among us as a second nation with no solution in sight. We have legalized abortion that kills 3,000 living American fetuses daily. We have a ravenous government that already feasts on over half of our income each year. We have a populace disillusioned with the military...

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

The University News October 2, 2007 — 11 Thoughts on the first and next president " he Extracurricular "ess Herbert CONTRIBUTING WRITER I lie best assurance that someone will make the right decision in a tough spot is that he makes the right decision in the easy ones. Remember what parents and mentors say when you want to skip church or break your diet, "If you do not discipline yourself to do the little things well when no one is looking, you will not be able to do the big things well either." Because Americans will soon be faced with electing a new president, it is the ideal time to research how the candidates have stood for their principles in the past. Muckraking into the way a candidate runs his private life can be a fair evaluation of his future abilities. However, an excellent private life does not necessarily mean a candidate will be a good president. The office of president is not a job with qualifications met by just any upstanding politician. A president needs to consiste...

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

12 — October 2, 2007 The University News MaKe me cam I WILL HELP THE UNIVERSITY "MAKE THE CALL" AND REALIZE ITS VISION. Our annual Phonathon helps the University of Dallas build partnerships with alumni, parents and friends who share the vision of educating the whole person. How can you help? Donate your time, your energy and your imagination. Help-Make The Call! To learn how you can help us by volunteering for Phonathon, call Jim Livernois at 972.721.5128 or email him at livernois@udallas.edu Fan PHONaTHON 2007 Oct. 7th, 9th-11th Oct. 28th - Nov. 1 st

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

VERSTY Volume XXXVIII, Number V University of Dallas Irving, Texas October 9, 2007 Gorbachev speaks at Belo mansion Stresses importance of global leadership and responsibility Monica Klem NEWS EDITOR Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev spoke to an audience of approximately 600 people at the Belo Mansion in downtown Dallas on Monday night. The lecture was a part of the University of Dallas' annual Eugene McDermott lectureship. Approximately 150 UD students were in attendance. Fol lowi ng a brief i ntroduction by University President Dr. Frank Lazarus, Gorbachev spoke about his role in the USSR and the challenges which he sees in the modern world. Gorbachev interspersed the story of his involvement with the Communist party In Russia with comments about leadership. He spoke about his appointment as the youngest governor of one of the regions of the USSR, saying that during his time in that position, he gained the confidence and strength necessary to take on new responsibilities. ...

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

News 2 — October 9, 2007 The University News SO Report At 1:39 a.m. on 10/01/2007, Dean of Student Life John Grant called Campus Safety and requested medical assistance for a student in Jerome Hall. Irving paramedics were called and at 1:52 a.m. the student was transported by ambulance to the hospital. At 1:08 a.m. on 10/02/2007, the on-duty east side RA requested medical assistance for a student in Catherine Hall. At 1:40 a.m., the student was transported by ambulance to the hospital. At 3 p.m. on 10/02/2007, Campus Safety conducted the first test of the University Emergency Notification System. Atotal of 5,509 messages were sent to 3,376 students, faculty, and staff by voice, e-mail and cell phone text. Within minutes, 5,006 (91%) of the messages were successfully delivered. 2,111 people (62%) received a live voice message on their landline or cell phone. Outside the Bubble Last week s fop headlines Bennett Rawickf COMMENTARY EDITOR 3,000 gold miners trapped An elevator shaft coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

The University News News October 9, 2007 — 3 Gorbachev addresses students questions at UD Former Soviet President participates in question and answer session Mary Shuhriemen CONTRIBUTING WRITER Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev said Monday that the United States should not expect Russia to idly stand by and watch America build a new missile defense system next to its borders. Gorbachev, who was visiting the University of Dallas as a guest lecturer for the Eugene McDermott Lecture series, told an overflowing crowd at the Maher Athletic Center that Russia wants peace, but will not hesitate to take steps to protect its national interests. University President Frank Lazarus introduced Gorbachev to the audience and reminded the crowd that their guest had received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990 for his role in ending the Cold War. Gorbachev addressed the crowd in his native Russian, using an interpreter to convey his remarks, and he quickly displayed a sense of humor by asking the ...

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

4 — October 9, 2007 News The University News Stadium property development on hold Focus shifts from area improvement to neighboring highway enlargement Angela Cuba CONTRIBUTING WRITER Earlier this week, information was released that suggested major changes in the plans for the pending development of the Texas Stadium area. However, according to Sr. Vice President for Finance and Administration Robert Galecke, any change taking place is a change in pace, not direction. The area, jointly owned by UD, the City of Irving, and Southwest Premier Properties, was originally going to be developed into office, retail and residential space after the Stadium is demolished in 2009. This remains part of the plan, however, due to recent market activity and changing E X A S S I A l> I U M mortgage rates, development has been put on hold. "We still have several months to figure out what the best use of the land is, and how to go about [developing it]." says Galecke. More eminent are the pending r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

The University News News October 9, 2007 — 5 Oktoberfest tradition continues for UD students Katie Ali CONTRIBUTING WRITER The University of Dallas will celebrate the end of summer during its Saturday, October 13 celebration of Oktoberfest on the Mall. The Biergarten will pop its cap at around 7:30 p.m., Polka lessons will swing into action by about 8:30 p.m., and the iederhosen-clad band Brave Combo, a UD Oktoberfest favorite, will play from 9:00 pm to midnight. The German department will sell Oktoberfest Steins, t-shirts, and traditional deserts and pastries. The Oktoberfest tradition began back in Munich, Germany on October 12,1810 when King Ludwig the first wanted his people to share in the celebration of his marriage. The original party in 1810 consisted of a horse race, food, music, and of course beer. King Ludwig's party was a fantastic success, where al I enjoyed a good time and copious amounts of beer. In fact, the party was such a success that almost 200 years later, it st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

6 — October 9, 2007 News The University News BELO from page 1 cooperation and his efforts to go "beyond his stereotype to reach out" to the Soviet officials during his dealings with them. Gorbachev criticized American foreign policy, saying that "attempts to play the global sheriff" are an expression of misguided political fear. He said that he is convinced that unilateralism provides "short term benefit, but long term damage." Instead, he emphasized the importance of a multilateral approach to foreign policy. He accused the U.S. of ignoring Security Council resolutions, international law, and the sovereignty of borders, and said that "we are helping America to extricate itself, but America needs to learn lessons. I believe in it, but it needs to learn." Gorbachev was loudly applauded for saying that the U.S. must remember that it is a part of the world, and must be a partner with other nations, rather than attempt to dominate them. He said that he has defended America against the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

Sports The University News October 9, 2007 — 7 Groundhogs stay scrappy in Cowtown tournament Josh Mohan CONTRIBUTING WRITER Your beloved University of Dallas Rugby Football Club played in the summer annual Cowtown tournament over this last weekend, hosted by the Fort Worth Rugby Club. In their division, UD fought against some of the best teams in the state of Texas including Baylor University, St. Thomas University, and Motley Crew. Despite the tough opposition, however, the Hoggies' 2007 Cowtown was an indisputable success. UD's Saturday began with an early 10 a.m. kick off against Baylor in which the Hoggies tied the Bears 0-0, Defense was solid. When asked about the first game, assistant captain and field goal kicker, Bob "Yom Kippur" Schena had this to say, "You know, lot's of high kicking, low scoring, and a tie, it was more like a soccer game than real rugby, but in the end we realized some of the things that we need to work on and hopefully, in the future, we'll make the game...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

Arts & Entertainment 10 —October 9, 2007 The University News Airband helps the world have enough Marylin Formolo CONTRIBUTING WRITER This year's Bond themed Charity Week started out with a bang on Monday n ight with one of the most popular events of the week. Air Band allows UD students to show off their lack of musical talent by imitating their favorite bands, or mocking the more ridiculous ones. Despite the growing number of UD students this year, there were a surprisingly small number of acts in Monday night's show, which was all the more reason for the "lip-synchers" and air guitarists to go all out. The show kicked off with a gu itar solo by one of the masters of ceremonies, which was followed Seniors "thrill" the audience by Steve Bird and Cindy Parks showing their affection for one another through a song from the musical "Grease."This more romantic piece was followed by the comical performance of "Dreamer" sung by Daniel Roberts with Bill Farris on guitar, the senior girl...

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

The University News October 9, 2007 — 11 Lyrical American epic solid legal thriller, sensual Chinese spy tale FS CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford The American western isn't so much revived as transcended in "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford" (Angelika), an extraordinary lyric epic about the last months in the life of the infamous outlaw. Brad Pitt, in one of his best performances, plays James as a man both deeply suspicious of his former col leagues and fatalistic about his prospects. But he's surpassed by Casey Affleck, who's quietly compelling as the youngster who idolizes the man but decides to betray him in his own quest for notoriety. Writer-director Andrew Dominik tells the story of the two men's interconnected destiny with a visual mastery that makes the film consistently engrossing despite its length (over two-and-a-half hours). This is, quite simply, one of the most lushly beautiful pictures in recent m...

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

12 —October 9, 2007 Arts & Entertainment The University News The sound of silence shattered Local theater stages spiritual saga Brian Rawlins CONTRIBUTING WRITER In films like "Election" and "About Schmidt" the Midwest is portrayed as a land of mind- numbing tedium and banality. In Tracy Letts' "Man from Nebraska", currently being performed at Dallas' Kitchen Dog Theatre, the region seems equally gloomy. Yet Letts leads us to believe that one insurance salesman, whose spiritual odyssey takes him to bohemian England, will return to his fallen Ithaca with an elixir that can cure the land of its malady. Spencer Prokop plays Ken Carpenter; Sara Weeks plays his wife, Nancy, and both give compelling performances as a couple who have gone through the motions for so long that they've switched over to automatic pilot. Dialogue in the initial scenes of the play is limited to one-liners about such things as the quality of a steak or a new housing development. Week's benign smiles are extre...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

lampus Living The University News October 9, 2007 — 13 Recipe Regulars Mom Sweeney's Chicken with Raspberry Sauce Contributed by Colleen Sweeney Servings: 4 15 minute preparation time 15 minute cook time Ingredients 4 boneless, skinned chicken breasts - salt to taste 2 tablespoons butter Va cup finely chopped onions 3 tablespoons raspberry jelly (use jam if you can't find jelly, just make sure it is seedless) 3 tablespoons wine vinegar ® cup wh ippi ng cream (a.k.a. heavy cream) Cooking Instructions 1. sprinkle chicken lightly with salt 2. in a ten inch skillet, melt butter 3. add chicken pieces 4. cook over medium heat for five minutes 5. turn chicken 6. add onions 7. cook five minutes more or until chicken is browned and onions are tender 8. remove chicken from skillet; keep warm 9. add jelly and vinegar to skillet 10. cook and stir, scraping up bits in the pan 11. bring to boiling 12. boil one minute or until slightly reduced 13. stirring cream, keep to boiling 14. pour over chic...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

ommentary 14 —October 9, 2007 The University News The domino effect of public opinion The political weathervane on immigration in Irving points to the right Citizens speak, politicians obey. You may hold more sway over the political flux than you suppose. Bennett Rawicki COMMENTARY EDITOR Irving has become nationally (in)famous for its spirited enforcement of immigration laws. In the past year Irving has begu n to take fu 11 advantage of the federal agency, which identifies and deports illegal aliens already in the Irving jail. In recent months Irving has cooperated with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to deport these illegal aliens at the astounding rate of 300 per month, the highest in the nation. This policy, which Mayor Herbert Gears and the City Council are now defending unanimously, has been a decent gauge of popular opinion. In 2004, when immigration enforcement was not outspokenly supported, only 40 criminal aliens were deported. In 2005, only 20. In 2006, Mayor Ge...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

The University News October 9, 2007 — 15 A Belgium break-up may bring bigger consequences Chris Black CONTRIBUTING WRITER Belgium, the land of famous beers and chocolates snuggled between France and Holland, may become history. Four months after parliamentary elections in June, Belgian parties (built along ethnic-linguistic lines) are still struggling to form a working government. The problem is that the Dutch-speaking Flemish, an entrepreneurial bunch with a strong economy and low unemployment, want more autonomy from a central government that has been subsidizing the poorer, French- speaking Walloons, who have a 15% unemployment rate. Unfortunately, Belgian identity is becoming more and more difficult to define. Previously part of Holland, the Kingdom of Belgium was created in 1830 because French-speaking aristocrats and Dutch-speaking Catholic peasants refused to live under a Protestant monarch. A German Catholic prince was made the new king, and so Belgian identity revolved arou...

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