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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

Baseball and softball previews, see pg. 5 Untoersto Jietos Uni versity of Dallas, Irving, Texas Volume XXXI, Number 14 February 6, 2002 Groundhog7 photo by Jodi Dickens When the 'groundhog'saw his shadow Saturday, he decided it was reason enough to adjust his head and drink a beer at 8:30 a.m. Campus improvements made, facilities cleans up over break The university campus has un- dergone a number of changes over the past two months, John Russell, director of facilities, reported. Construction was completed last week on the new archives of- fice for Sybil Novinski, the uni- versity historian. Novinski said she is pleased with her new office. "Once we're done moving things around, it will look won- derful," she said. Russell said facilities had to move some books and archive materials around in order to make room for the olfice, which is lo- cated in the basement of the peri- odicals section of the library. "The library staff had some stuff scattered in different places, and we had to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

The University News Sports February 6, 2002 ^ Spring 'ever 2002 a PHOTOS COURTESY OF ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT UD baseball team counting on experience in 02 by Genny Luke Contributing Writer This Friday, the University of Dallas Crusaders start their 2002 season at home with a double header against Hillsdale Free- will Baptist College. UD's mature roster has readily accom- modated recent adjustments in the team's coaching staff, beginning with the resigna- tion of coach James Vilade last August. Sam Blackmon, who replaced Vilade as head coach, is excited about his first regu- lar season at UD. "I feel like we have a good nucleus from last year's team," Blackmon said. "We only have to maintain our health and caution against too many injuries." While Blackmon believes the Crusaders' strength this season lies in its pitching staff. senior shortstop Logan Stout cites matu- rity as its biggest asset. "Fhere are a lot of veterans on this team," Stout said. "We have an all-senior in field and [...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

The University News Features Febuary 6, 2002 9 (Bern i 'Kim Qyeen for a c a by Bekki Johannes Features Editor Queen Elizabeth, Elvis, Dido, Hera: these were only a few of the unolficial kings and queens at the Groundhog celebration Saturday night. Although there was stiff competition from the plethora of Burger King crown-wearing royalty, one king and one queen reigned supreme. Senior Justin Chopin won the official title of king in elections last week despite his unrelenting rivals, and junior Janet Hendrickson became queen. "The competition was pretty stiff, running against Ruben Hernandez and John Wheadon, so I was pretty surprised to win," he said. Chopin said he began the day's festivities by starting the 5k race and handing out t-shirts then presided over the main Groundhog celebration Satur- day night. "I vowed to drink a lot of beer and then blame everyone else for letting me drink too much beer," he said. Xff I tried, but they stopped serving, so I did the best I could under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

10 February 6, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Record store fills need, finds niche in Dallas Good Records celebrates two years of'adventures in listening Michael Lyons A & E Editor Perhaps each city of any size and import deserves an exceptional record store. New York City, a city that, without question, meets such criteria, has Other Music. San Francisco's Haight/Ashbury district, a district steeped in musical tradition, is graced by the hallowed Amoeba Music (an independent/ underground record shop of such magnitude it prompted one awed customer to remark, "I could drop 200 bucks on just the As"). A bit closer to home, Waterloo Records in Austin deserves mention; and the list goes on - Chicago, Reckless Records; San Diego, Radio Free Records, etc. For 20 some-odd years, Dallas' claim to a quality music shop has rested with Bill's Records and Tapes. Though this shop may merit praise for its charming, low-budget, multi-family garage- sale approach to organizat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 6, 2002 11 Beginners scores over wretched Slackers Coming Events concerts • The Brian Jonestown Massacre Feb. 6 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • The Gloria Record w/ Her Space Holiday Feb. 6 Gypsy Tea Room L 888.597. STAR • Slayer Feb. 7 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1777 •Alabama Feb. 8 Cowboys, Arlington 817.265.1535 •DC Talk Feb. 9 The Potter's House W.KiestBlvd • Luis Miguel Feb. 9 Next Stage, Grand Prarie Ticketmaster •B. B.King Feb.10 Next Stage, Grand Prarie Ticketmaster • Fat Tuesday Festival with Robert Earl Keen Feb.12 Fair Park, Dallas 214.670.8400 galleries • Magsaysay Steel and other places, works by Johnny Robertson Through Feb. 23 Four Walls Gallery, Ft Worth 817.335.7849 theatre • Spinning Into Butter, a Pulitzer-Prize nomi- nated drama Through March 3 Theatre Three, Dallas 214.871.3300 •Blur Through Feb. 10 Kalita Humphreys Theater 214.522.TIXX by FS move reviews. The Danish Dogma 95 move- ment, which eschews t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

12 February 6, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Cast confirmed, gets set for spring musical Director Thurow shapes up 'talented' cast for opening of Cinderella Amanda Marcott Contributing Writer Perhaps it is every girl's childhood dream to be a Cinderella. Next month, the UD music department will present photo by Katie Levandowski Freshman Kara Kelly (left) and junior Valerie McKean find respite in laughter while reading for Cinderella, this year's spring musical. Both were cast as members of the chorus. the story of such a girl whose dream really did come true. Each year the university puts on a musical; and this year, Marilyn Walker, director of the music department, chose Cinderella, the fairy tale by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Walker then handed the musical over to Jessica Thurow - class of 2000 (drama) and 2001 (art) - to direct it. "When I first read it [the script], it was so sweet," Thurow said. "This is every girl's fantasy - to be loved by the prince that e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 6, 2002 13 Coming Events concerts • Chomsky March 22 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • Bardo Pond/ Little Grizzly March 22 Gypsy Tea Room 214.74. GYPSY •The New Year March 24 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • Engine Down March 26 Gypsy Tea Room 214.74. GYPSY •Bush March 26 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1777 • Therapy March 27 Club Clearview 214.939.0077 • The Fine Arts Cham- ber Players perform the Beethoven Sextet and the Mozart Quintet for horns and strings. March 23 Fine Arts Chamber Play- ers, Dallas 214.520.2219 galleries • Wish! Art Auction March 23 (preview March 15-23) The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art 214.821.5255 theatre • Move Over Mrs. Marham Opens March 24 and runs through April 6 Dupree Theater, Irving Arts Center 972.252.2787 • 4 Out Of 5 Doctors March 20 Pocket Sandwich Theatre 214.821.4643 Ice Age, Time Machine top new releases by FS mj® reviews^ H.G. Wells' 1895 novella might seem dated today, but the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 6 February 2002

12 February 6, 2002 he Last Page The University News alendar ednesday 6th ♦ Open Anselm, Room 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Italian Club, Rosary in Italian, 4:30 p.m. ♦ Best Buddies meeting, SALC, 6:30 p.m. ♦ Capp House, Mignon Sass, 8:30-10:30 p.m. T hursday 7 th ♦ TGIT, Rathskeller, 9 p.m. to midnight ♦ Men's Basketball vs. University of the Ozarks, Gym, 5:30 p.m. ♦ Women's Basketball vs. University of the Ozarks, Gym, 7:30 p.m. ♦ Carnevale in Venice, Dr. Mike Bordelon, UD alumnus, HAV, Thomp- son Loggia, 4-5:30 p.m. ♦ University of Dallas Open Observa- tory Series, Science Building, 7 p.m. F riday 8th ♦ Dallas Year, Sweeny Todd, meet at tower ♦ Student Athlete Hall of Fame Banquet, Marriot, 7 p.m. ♦ Eucharistic Adoration, Church of the Incarnation, 12-5 p.m. s aturday 9th ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incarna- tion, 4-4:45 p.m. ♦ Men's Basketball vs. Austin College, Gym, 3 p.m. ♦ Women's Basketball vs. Austin Col- lege, Gym, 1 p.m. s unday 10 th ♦ Irish Ceili dance club, Upstairs Haggar, 9:30 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

The University News News February 13, 2002 Crossword Puzzle by David Levinson Wilk Last Week's Answers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ,0 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 16 1 7 1 8 1 9 20 21 ■ 22 23 1 124 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 ■ 43 44 ■ 4 5 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ■ ■ 58 59 60 Across I. Employs 5. Schindler of "Schindler's List" 10. Piercing pain 14. Rainy day rarity 15. La (Milan opera house) 16. Kind of plate 17. Book group pick by an NRA opponent? 20. Dress or skirt border © David Levinson Wilk, 2002 21. Deadly poison 22. Inuit abodes 23. Talented 24. Juice ingredient? 25. Foul-smelling 28. Ulna, e.g. 29. Senate floor vote 32. Not looking well 33. Pavarotti piece 34. Qoze 35. Book group pick by someone who had bad luck with antiques? 38. Overnight hiking trip necessity 39. Mat exercise 40. Madame Curie 41. Annoy 42. Like a bug in a rug 43. Kind of year 44. Missing from the Marines, say 45. Well-chewed bits 46. "Summer of Sam" actor Brody 49. Between soprano and tenor 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

6 February 13, 2002 Sports The University News Rugby team captures Mardi Gras tournament title Groundhogs start semester off right in Galveston, fall to SFA at home by Mike Judge Contributing Writer There was something in the air on Groundhog Day last week. Playing on the memorial of its namesake, Groundhog Rugby won the annual Mardi Gras tour- nament in Galveston. But the road to the champion- ship was not an easy one. In the first game, the Hoggies faced their old adversaries, the Old Salts. After losing to them last year, the Hogs came out chomping at the bit and drove hard into Old Salt territory, but were unable to put the first points on the board. The Old Salts used their cun- ning to score the first try of the photo by Alex Macdab Members of the Groundhog Rugby Club compete in the annual Mardi Gras tournament in Galveston last week, which UD's squad won. day, but the hogs quickly re- sponded with a try of their own. In the second half, the Hoggies established their dominance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

The University News Sports February 13, 2002 7 Baseball season opens with three wins by Brendan Cronin Contributing Writer The baseball team started its season 3- 0 after sweeping a doubleheader from Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College Fri- day and easily taking Sunday's game against Paul Quinn College. In the first game Friday, the Crusaders scored only four runs on six hits and left seven on base, but eight strikeouts from starter Logan Stout (1 -0) and reliever Mike Anderson kept Hillsdale from scoring. Leadoff hitter and center fielder Brian Spinner stole two bases and drove in two in support. With a double in his second at bat, se- nior first baseman Jesse Nelson broke UD career marks for hits (154, held by Dan Housten) and doubles (38, held by Tapley Holland). UD jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the second game, but Hillsdale came within photo by Jodi Dickens UD senior Joe Gilbert eludes a tag while diving back into first base during Friday's doubleheader against Hillsdale. Gilber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

8 February 13, 2002 Features The Unive How -far will a ckoi OVut StU.G(eiA,t by Thomas Watson Co-Editor In Chief Like many UD students, senior Brian Potts gets hungry around 1 a.m. Like many students, Brian Potts knows there are three late-night fast food options in the area: Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, and Taco Cabana. But unlike most students, Potts knows a little secret about the Irving fast-food scene. As he pulled up to the huge display of items, a voice came over the radio, asking to take his order. "I'll give you a dollar for a seven-layer burrito," Potts shouted in reply. "They cost $1.69," the voice at the other end said. "No, I know what the price is," Potts insisted. "But I'll give you a dollar for one." A long pause at the other end. "$1.50," the voice finally replied. Without any delay, Potts countered. "$1.25," Potts said. The haggling continued, until they finally agreed on $1.40, with no sales tax. As he pulled his car around, Potts rummaged through his car for exact...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

10 February 13, 2002 Features The University News Comps, final projects engulf seniors by Megan George Contributing Writer Comps. During the blissfully ignorant underclass- men years, comps are only a vague mystery Students hear seniors complaining about them or notice a group of severely stressed seniors in the cap bar and hear others whispering, "They've got comps tomorrow." Underclassmen see them and just go on writing their Lit Trad papers and reading their Plato. Then, the inevitable happens and comps catch up with students during their already hectic and crazy senior year. By now comps are a part of most seniors' daily vocabulary and an event that takes up much of their lives. But what exactly are comps? The University of Dallas General Bulletin explains that in "the senior year, the student must pass a comprehensive examina- tion in his major field." Each department designs its own comprehensive exam to meet the needs of its particular field of study. Each department also det...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 13, 2002 11 Senior drama majors gear up for studios Directors uphold tradition, nail down this semster's casts by Kat Carpeaux Contributing Writer Within the first week of the spring semester, Emily Beale, Kate Kemp, Brian Phelan, and Wes Wiley faced possibly one of the most daunting of the senior drama major's duties. The consideration and compromise necessary to cast several shows simultaneously, coupled with the inevi- table passion and precision required to create the per- fectly balanced ensemble, render the casting of one's senior studio an all-day affair. So, after sitting for several hours and watching count- less prospective actors read an initial piece, then choos- ing combinations of actors to come and read again, the four directors trudged off to enact another infamous drama department tradition—the "Bennigan's Casting Retreat." Every semester following auditions and call-backs, the senior directors convene at the Ben...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

12 February 13, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Stall thrives in its specific environment by Molly Tomutsa Contributing Writer Created for the specific space in which it is displayed, installation art is unlike those pieces that can be moved and exhibited anywhere. The installation needs its envi- ronment to survive. Each of the four artists - Polly Lanning, Keitha Lowrance, Terri Thornton, and Paul Booker - whose works are featured in Stall was (more or less) given a quarter of the Haggerty Gallery space. Playful, bold, subtle and mysterious were the results. Upon entering, viewers first confronts Paul Booker's whimsical pieces constructed from little slips of paper resting varying distances from the wall upon pins. The lighting increases the perceived depth by the shadows cast. Like smoke, Limelight ascends the wall, slightly curv- ing as it climbs. The light-gray paper rectangles are out- lined in hesitant black lines, as though drawn with a caffeinated hand. Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 13 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 13, 2002 13 Coming Events concerts • Add N to (X) Feb. 14 Club Clearview 214.939.0077 • Jimmy Eat World Feb. 6 Gypsy Tea Room L 888.597. STAR • Neil Sedaka and the Dallas Symphony Or- chestra Feb. 15 Meyerson, Dallas 214.670.3600 • Tone Loc Feb. 15 Groovy Mule, Denton 940.383.7674 • Yarnaline, Centro- matic Feb. 15 Sons of Hermann Hall 214.747.4422 • OC Supertones, Pax 217, Slick Shoes Feb. 16 Dreamworld Music Complex, Arlington 817.226. ROCK • System Of A Down, Clutch Feb. 18 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.8088 galleries • Goya's Mastery in Prints: La Tauromaquia and Los Disparates Through April 1 Meadows Museum, SMIJ 214.768.2516 theatre • Dirty Blond, the ro- mantic comedy hit and five-time Tony nominee Through Feb. 17 The Majestic Theatre, Dallas 214.631. ARTS www.ticketmaster.com Monster's compels, Rollerball crashes by FS Monster's Ball (wide release) is a deliberately paced drama about grief and the difficulty of overcoming l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 February 2002

6 February 20, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Magnolia offers comfort, diversity in films, food by Erin Watson Assistant News Editor Many people would describe the American movie- going experience as an overpriced nightmare consisting of stale popcorn, crowded theaters, and mindless Tom Green movies. Magnolia Theater in Dallas' West Village attempts to change the traditional movie theater environment by serv- ing moviegoers gourmet food and independent films in a trendy atmosphere. "We want to offer a place for moviegoers to hang out before and after the show," Tearlach Hutcheson, director of publicity and promotions, said. Sofas and chairs line the upstairs of Magnolia giving patrons a place to relax, listen to music, and enjoy a snack before the show. Magnolia's full-service bar, Fuel, of- fers patrons a relaxed cafe-style environment. The con- cession stand also serves imported candy and gourmet treats from various bakeries around Dallas. "We have taken a lot o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 20 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 20, 2002 7 Coming Events concerts •Alicia Keys Feb. 20 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1777 • DJ Rap, Diesel Boy Feb. 21 Red Jacket 214.823.8333 • Bob Dylan Feb. 22 Reunion Arena 214.800.3089 • Third Day Feb. 22 Prestonwood Baptist Church, Piano 972.820.5111 • Drums and Tuba Feb. 23 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • Loretta Lynn Feb. 23 Billy Bob's Texas 817.624.7117 • The Samples Feb. 23 Deep Ellum Live 214.748.6222 • Chomsky, the Deathray Davies, Macavity Feb. 23 Trees 214.748.5009 galleries • Manafeasto: A Student Show - "visionary or just plain bad" Through March 2 Plush Gallery, Paradise Studios 214.969.1852 theatre • Allegro, an ensemble musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein Thursdays-Saturdays, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2:30 p.m. Through March 2 living Arts Center 972. 252. 2787 Dench shines while Washington tumbles by FS nxiwe reviews^ Under other circumstances Iris (UA Plaza) might be little more than a hackneyed disease- of-the-week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 February 2002

4 February 27, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News UD Radio kicks off with a host of diverse shows Initial programs offer listeners wide variety of music, entertainment by Janet Hendrickson Commentary Co-Editor It's not another Clear Chan- nel station. In fact, it's barely clear outside Jerome. The station is not collecting donations for the 9-11 relief fund. It is, however, collecting donated microphones and mix- ers. It's 88.9, UD Radio. And it's not playing Britney Spears or the same top 40 songs - and top 40 commercials - one hears all across the rest of the dial. Without any further ado, here is a somewhat arbitrary preview of the more interesting programs available before the schedule is finalized. Students can take a break from Western tra- dition with The Asian Hour, hosted by senior Alex Gonser. Gonser first tuned into Asian pop through Japanese anime films he saw as a student at UT- Austin. He's since built his collection with mostly Japanese and Korean pop, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 February 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment February 27, 2002 5 Coming Events concerts • Static-X, Soul Fly Feb. 27 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1771 • Dashboard Confes- sional, The Anniversary March 1 Ridglea Theatre, Ft. Worth 817.738.9500 •Mary J.Blige March 1 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1777 • Bad Religion, Less Than Jake March 2 Bronco Bowl Theatre 214.943.1777 • Willie Nelson March 2 Billy Bob's, Ft Worth 817.624.7117 •Fu Manchu March 3 Galaxy Club 214.7GA. LAXY • Tristeza March 4 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • Death Cab for Clitic, Dismemberment Plan March 5 Ridglea Theatre 817.738.9500 galleries • Sleeve Opens with a reception March 2,6-9 pm Runs through March 24 500X Gallery, Dallas 214.828.1111 theatre • Blues in the Night Through March 17 Dallas Theater Center 214.522.8499 • Proof, by David Au- burn March 5-10 The Majestic Theatre 214.631. ARTS E 'oris by Spears, Branagh best Costner by FS The notion of a movie starring Britney Spears might strike terror into the he...

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