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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2007

16 — October 9, 2007 Advertisement The University News ' M0K6 me CaiLl ! W / 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! lo learn how you can help us by volunteering for Phonathon, call Jim Livernois at 972.721.5128 or email him at livernois@udallas.edir A Fan PHONaTHON 2007 Oct. 7th, 9th - 11th Oct. 28th - Nov. 1 st

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

University Volume XXXVIII, Number VI University of Dallas Irving, Texas October 16, 2007 ,nside UD Life Chain News Crusaders for Life members participate in national pro-life event. Men's soccer team wins Sports A recap of the team's 3-0 win against Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Q Sweet Dreams ^ speaks Arts & Entertainment An exclusive interview with UD's newest musical sensation. 9 Theater season starts with a haunt Arts & Entertainment "Hauntings" hits the Margaret Jonsson Theater. Response to Gorbachev Commentary Students speak about Gorbachev's visit to Dallas. God vs. gods: an epic debate Angela Cuba CONTRIBUTING WRITER Thursday, Oct. 11, the Core Encounter hosted a debate entitled "God vs. Gods- Divinity in the Old Testament and Homer's Iliad." An anticipatory crowd of over fifty people showed up to see this debate of "epic" proportions. However, English professor Dr. Scott Crider, who was the moderator of the event, assured those looking for an intellectual bra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

News 2 — October 16, 2007 The University News SO Report The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety between Saturday, Oct. 6, 2007 and Friday, Oct. 12, 2007. Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007 at 8:54 p.m. - Irving Fire Department Paramedics were called to campus for a person having breathing problems. The person declined transport to the hospital. Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2007 at 5:27 p.m. - The Campus Safety Office received a report of a fire alarm for the Haggerty Science Building. The Irving Fire Department was called to campus while a Campus Safety officer went to the building. The officer was unable to determine the cause of the alarm. The Irving Fire Department left campus after the alarm was reset. Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007 at 12:00 p.m. - The Office of Student Life adjudicated an offense of providing alcohol to a minor in a non-residential area. The offense occurred on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2007 at 11:35 p.m. see cso page 4 Outside the bubble Last week s top headlines Bennett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

I' he University News October 16, 2007 — 3 Beer and bratwursts abound at Oktoberfest Ryan Koster CONTRIBUTING WRITER The University of Dallas celebrated Okto- berfest on Saturday, Oct. 13. From 7:30 p.m. to midnight, the area under the tow- er was filled with German spirit. This year, Oktoberfest coincided with Par- ent's Weekend, and the festivities offered some- thing for everyone. T-shirts were sold in three varieties for $10 and Oktoberfest mugs were only $3. The same table held an assortment of sweets, which represented both sides of the Atlantic. On the American side were cookies of all sorts, brownies and cupcakes. The German side had Apfelkuchen (apple cake), Platzchen (thin sugar cookies) and Krapfan (German donuts). All the desserts were inexpensive. On the other side of the Mall was the Beer Garden for those 21 and older. Bud Light and ZiegenBock were on tap. Soda was also avail- able for those outside the garden. Pretzels were on sale for $1 and bratwurst with sauerkraut...

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

4 — October 16, 2007 News The University News MINISTRY from page 1 of The Saint John's Bible is to ignite the spiritual imagination of all peoples throughout the world by commissioning a work of art that illuminates the Word of God for a new millennium, in a way that is relevant to the 21 st century." "Dr. Diaz's groundbreaking work has shed a great deal of light on the increasingly relevant intersection of cultural and theological issues. His words will provide a great deal of illumination and inspiration for our community of scholars and our welcomed guests," said Schmisek. Diaz is a member of the Steering Committee of the Association of Theological Schools, the Chief Academic Officers Society of the United States and Canada, the board of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians in the United States and the board of the Catholic Theological Society of America. Dr. Diaz will present the 2007 Laridregan lecture. cso from page 2 Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007 at 10:51 a.m. - The Office ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

Sports The University News October 16, 2007 — 5 Cross country season in review Angela Cuba CONTRIBUTING WRITER The athletes of UD's cross country team have found their current season to be one of uphill battles, rather like their standard method of training. Running for the Crusaders are Greg Pivarunas, Matt Spenla, Luke Dixon, Michael Worley and Phillip Carkluf, and for the Lady Crusaders, Angie Weisse, Laura Jura, Johanna Weston, Angela Cuba, Katerina Avila, Catherine Podegracz, Renee Yackley and Theresa Smart. Both the athletes and new coach Troy Thrasher have worked hard to attain success this season. The teams have done well so far in 2007. At UT Tyler, the women placed 4 out of 8 teams, and the men placed 6 of 8. Sophomore Angela Cuba received third place individually for the women. The men placed 6th of 8 at McMurry; sophomore Greg Pivarunas finished 9th individually for the men. Cuba received third place for the women. At the Cowboy Jamboree hosted by OSU, the men placed 22 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

6 — October 16, 2007 The University News October 16, 2007 — 7 a/id 'fun! Sarah Crotty MANAGING EDITOR Looking for a way to relieve midterm stress? Visit the Maher Wellness Center for a fun and invigorating workout! The Wellness Center opened in the fall semester of 2003 and boasts 3,000 square-feet of cardiovascular and free-weight equipment. The Office of Student ife manages the center, which was added as an expansion to the gym. Although the Wellness Center falls under Student ife jurisdiction, it is primarily operated by UD students. According to John Grant, Dean of Student Life and Director of Residence Life,"The daily operations of the center are solely dependent on our student workers." Gym usage has remained consistent for the last few years, according to Grant. "We have about 100 patrons a day, of course varying depending on the day of the week. We typically see more patrons Monday through Thursday and considerably less on the weekend," he said. As class sizes grow, gym patr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

Arts & Entertainment 8 —October 16, 2007 The University News Not-so-go 1 den "Age/' familiar Night/ FS CONTRIBUTING WRITER corny Seasons Elizabeth: The Golden Age One might expect more of a sequel that's been gestating for nearly a decade than what star Cate Blanchett and director Shekhar Kapur offer in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" (wide release). Their 1998 "Elizabeth" dealt with the dangerous years preceding the queen's inheritance of the English throne in 1558 and the early part of her rule, marked by Catholic conspiracies and her romance with Robert Dudley. It was nonsense from the historical perspective, but by treating the machinations at the sixteenth- century court like an early version of "The Godfather" it was campily enjoyable. "The Golden Age" moves ahead to the 1 580s, and focuses on the queen's unrequited desire for Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen) and the launching of the Spanish Armada against England. Like it's predecessor, it plays fast and loose with the facts. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

The University News October 16, 2007 — 9 Hauntings kicks o UD theater season Patrick Kelly DIRECTOR, UNIVERSITY THEATRE Three classic ghost stories adapted for the stage in a bill called "Hauntings" kicks off the University Theatre 2007-2008 season with performances beginning October 24. "The Inexperienced Ghost/' "Castingthe Runes" and "The Hauntings at Grauntley Grange" are the spooky tales that make up the even i ng's triple-bi 11. A cast of seven performs in a free-wheeling combination of reading, story-telling and fully-acted scenes, depending upon the shifting demands of each story. A celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead, "Hauntings" will happen in the informal atmosphere of the Drama Building rehearsal hall. It is the first time a mainstage production has been performed elsewhere than the Margaret Jonsson Theater. The stories are from the turn of the twentieth century when the tradition of the English ghost story reached its culmination. The genre was so popular a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

Commentary 10 — October 16, 2007 The University News Student responses to Gorbachev Two students voice th eir thoughts on the Gorbachev visit Bennett Rawick COMMENTARY EDITOR America is the greatest country on earth. This is my bias, and as we all know after hearing Mikhail Gorbachev's lecture, there is no lack of nationalism in the world. Each country holds its national identity and sovereignty dear, taking offense at any insult or encroachment by another nation. The problem lies in not being able to move past biased nationalism for the good of one's own nation and the world. America grew to be a world power on the strength of its founding values, inalienable human rights and the spiritedness to defend them. By securing the freedom of its citizens, America precociously grew in size, economy and technology. Through valiant defenses of freedom in the world wars America set itself on the world stage. Finally, by holding true to its foundation of freedom America prospered while the opp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

The University News October 16, 2007 — 11 Education standards harm teachers, students Will taxpayers award the No Child LeH Behind Act for failure? ess Herbert CONTRIBUTING WRITER When you are comfortably settled down in that corner of the library all your own, digging into the immortal poetry of Homer or the skilled rhetoric of a great American statesman like Madison or Hamilton, you may not remember the aspects of your K-12 education that helped you get to UD. However, your legislators in Washington D.C. have been thinking about education lately: The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is up for re-authorization by the end of this month. This will give you a glance at how your legislators in Washington have decided to improve American public education with your tax dollars. NCLB was passed in 2001 to set certain standards, rules, and regulations for US public schools, in an effort to stop the national academic downslide. 17.4 billion dollars per year were appropriated for the program ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 16 October 2007

12 — October 16, 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 — 30 October 2007

VERSTY Volume XXXVIII, Number VII University of Dallas Irving, Texas October 30, 2007 UD School of Ministry hosts panel on the theological approaches to immigration Monica Klem NEWS EDITOR Last Tuesday night, Oct. 23, the School of Ministry at the University of Dallas hosted a panel discussion en- titled "Theological Perspectives on Immigration." The Oct. 23 panel discus- sion, which took place in the Haggerty Art History Build- ing, was moderated by Dal- las Morning News columnist William McKenzie. Participat- ing in the discussion were Dr. John Norris, associate professor of theology at UD, the School of Ministry's Professor Maria Pia Ramirez, Reverend Owen K. Ross, the founder of Christ's Foundry and an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, and Sister Nancy Sullivan, direc- tor of Mission Awareness/Justice and Peace for the University of Dallas. McKenzie opened the dis- cussion by saying that the issue of immigration is the "largest domestic challenge" today. He said tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

News 2 — October 30, 2007 The University News € SO Report The following incidents were reported to the Office of Campus Safety between Saturday, Oct. 13, 2007 and Friday, Oct. 26, 2007. Monday, Oct. 15,2007 at 12:40 p.m. - A student reported the theft of a small amount of money from her car. Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007 at 02:43 p.m. - The Office of Student Life adjudicated an offense of minor possessing alcohol in a residential area. The offense occurred on Friday, Sept. 12, 2007 at 10:55 a.m. Friday, Oct. 19, 2007 at 04:06 p.m. - A university employee reported seeing two men steal his tools and flee campus in a blue pickup truck. A report was filed with the Irving Police. Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007 at 10:07 a.m. - A student reported being approached by a man who said that he and his girlfriend had been assaulted at a park near the campus. The Irving Police Department was called. The man left with the police. Outside the Bubble Last week s top headlines Bennett Rawick COMMENTARY EDITOR Holy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

The University News News October 30, 2007 — UD opens satellite campus in Frisco for GSM Facility includes offices and six classrooms for students and facuity Monica Klem NEWS EDITOR Last Tuesday, the University of Dallas opened a new satellite campus in Frisco, TX. The campus, located in a business park near the Dallas North Toll way, at 7460 Warren Parkway, will primarily serve the University's Graduate School of Management. The new campus contains six classrooms, a large meeting room, and break out rooms and a kitchen in addition to offices. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by almost 70 people, most of whom were from UD. Representatives of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and the city of Frisco welcomed University President Dr. Frank Lazarus and Graduate School of Management Dean Dr. J. Lee Whittington to the site. After greeting those present, including the mayor of Frisco, Lazarus said that UD is "proud to be part of the growing and vibrant" community of Frisco. He describ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

The University News News October 30, 2007 — 5 Deadline nears for University Scholar University FOR Dallas Student academic journal seeks subm issions Ryan Koster CONTRIBUTING WRITER The University Scholar is the undergraduate journal of the University of Dallas. It publishes a collection of UD's best original short stories, poetry, original artwork, scientific abstracts and scholarly essays. Senior English major Chelsea Byrne, the Editor in Chief of the University Scholar, said that the journal "gives students the opportunity to publish their best work. It also helps students prepare their work for publication. It's an opportunity to appreciate your fellow undergraduates' work." Fhe University Scholar is sponsored by the English department and by UD's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the national liberal arts honor society. Byrne said that the University Scholar has been in existence for "at least fifteen years." Originally, said Byrne, the staff was exclusively made up of Phi Beta Kappa ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

6 — October 30, 2007 News The University News BUDDIES from page 5 college buddies. Senior Valera Vollor is the current president of the Best Buddies chapter at UD. Vollor has been involved in Best Buddies for the past four years and says that it has been a very rewarding experience. "I think it's good to go outside the college routine and shift yourfocus from yourself to someone else," she says. "You are interacting with another person, seeing their struggles, but also experiencing their immense love." There are still openings to ADVERTISEMENT: join Best Buddies, either as an associate member or college buddy. Anyone interested in becoming involved should contact Valera Vollor at vvollor@ udallas.edu SAINT JOHN BOSCO PATRON SAINT OF THE YOUNG With good reason the Church made Saint John Bosco Patron of the young. He cared for the homeless youngsters who roamed the city street, and founded a Society, the Salesians, to continue his work. The Salesian Society is now the second largest R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

ampus Living The University News October 30, 2007 — 7 Health & Swellness: How vital are vitamins? Paeter Wait COLUMNIST "Are you tired, run down, listless? Do you poop out at parties? Are you unpopular? The answer to all your problems is in this little bottle, Vitameatavegemin. Vitameatavegemin contains vitamins, meat, vegetables and minerals. Yes, with Vitameatavegemin you can spoon your way to health. All you do is take a spoonful after every meal. It's so tasty, too. It's just like candy. So why don't you join the thousands of happy peppy people and get a great big bottle of Vitameatavegemin tomorrow." Don't worry, I'm not trying to sell you a cure-all for your physical and social shortcomings like Lucy Ricardo as the Vitameatavegamin girl. I would, however, I ike to inform you of the role vitamins play in maintaining healthy nutrition by answering some common questions about vitamins. 1. What are vitamins and how much can they really help? Our body functions are based on bio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

8— October 30\2007 The Urn ersity News Haunted Hallowee lacks and treats tfiafc guarantee a gfiastlu Hallowed October 30, 2007 — Fast and Easy Costumes Black-Eyed Pea: Draw a giant "P" on the front of a t-shirt and use face makeup to color in one eye black. God's Gift to Women: Using a large box big enough to fit around you, cut holes for your head and arms. Wrap the box in Christmas wrapping paper with a large bow. Include a tag stating TO: Women FROM: God. Floor of a Movie Theater: Glue candy wrappers, soda bottles, napkins, popcorn and straws to a long sleeve black shirt and black pants. Cereal Killer: Use small cereal boxes and a white long sleeve shirt. Stab cereal boxes with plastic knives and fasten to shirt with glue or clear tape. Drizzle fake blood over all the boxes, knives and the shirt. Couple Costumes Christmas Tree and Gift: For the tree, dress in a long sleeve green shirt and green pants. Glue small ornaments and Christmas tree balls on the shirt and pants. Once you ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 October 2007

Sports 10 —October 30, 2007 The University News Baseball team s all workouts paying off Crusaders down Eagles, 13-4 I'C Fleming SPORTS EDITOR UD's baseball team found its engine running quite nicely in their fall tune- up at home against the University of North Texas' club team. Freshman right-hander Phillip Carkhuff took the mound for the Crusaders and gave up a few hits to start. The start of the first inning went quite similarly for both teams, with men on first and second with only one out. For UD, freshman catcher Shea Shiley caught second baseman William Cummings stealing as Carkhuff struck out shortstop Jason Wade. "Early on, [Carkhuff] had them shut down," said Chris Strockbine, UD head coach. "We took advantage,'' In UNT's half of the first, however, the Crusaders converted their good position into points as freshman right fielder put the ball in play to juice the bases. Sophomore first baseman Zach Atkins then shot one up the middle to bring home sophomore second baseman S...

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