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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 February 2002

The University News News February 27, 2002 11 IT'S A RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK! We Have 10 Days to Give You: $8,000 Worth of Prizes from Half Price Books, Midori Sushi, Barnes and Noble and More! When? Feb 24 - Feb 28 March 3 - March 7 5:30-9:00 PM Where? Jerome Lounge Contact Jennifer @ x4045 jkrsul@acad. udallas. edu Tory @ x5143 tnieman@acad. udallas. edu Free Dinner Each Night, Sponsored by Chick-Fll-A, i Fratelli, Rudy's Mexican Restaurant and More! ' Earn $125 For Your Student Organization UD \rz University of dailas Sponsored by the Office of Institutional Advancement

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 February 2002

16 February 27, 2002 Last Page The University News alendar ednesday 27 th ♦ Open Anselm, 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Chess Club, Haggar Foyer, 7 p.m. ♦ Rome and Study Abroad Meeting, Lynch, 5 p.m. ♦ Spanish Club Study Session, Car- penter 221, 4:30-6:30 p.m. ♦ Phonatlion, Jerome, 5:30- 9 p.m. ♦ Choral Compline, Church, 10 p.m. T hursday 28th ♦ Serve a Meal at Dallas Life Foun- dation, 4:30-7:30 p.m. ♦ Mystery Dinner Theater, Upstairs Haggar, 7 p.m. ♦ Pre Health Society Meeting, Gorman B, 5:30 p.m. ♦ Celtic Spring, Capp Bar, 3:30p.m. ♦ Black History Month Luncheon, Upstairs Haggar, 11:30-1 p.m. ♦ Phonathon, Jerome, 5:30-9 p.m. F riday 1st ♦ Eucharistic Adoration, Church, 12- 5 p.m. ♦ Stations, Church, 7 p.m. s aturday 2nd ♦ Confessions, Church of the Incar- nation, 4-4:45 p.m. ♦ Sailing Club, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ♦ Dallas Year, Allegro s unday 3rd ♦ Irish Ceili dance club, Upstairs Haggar, 9:30 p.m. ♦ Women at the Well of Faith, Up- stairs Haggar, noon ♦ Phonathon, Jerome, 5:30- 9 p.m. M onday 4th...

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

8 March 20. 2002 Sports The Unive Spring break 2002 finds ball UD baseball team sweeps UTD, wins tournament in Alabama by Bobby Crook Contributing Writer Crusaders baseball team continued its winning ways last weekend with a three-game sweep over cross-town rivals, University of Texas at Dallas. The victories pushed the Crusaders to a 15-1 mark, their most successful start in school history. The squad cruised through the weekend on the PHOTO COURTESY OF JACK PRICE UD catcher Adrian Cantu was j-5 with seven RBI and a three-run homerun in Saturday's doubleheader sweep. strength of steady performances on the mound and timely hitting. In the series' first game, UD benefited from an outward blowing wind, as senior third baseman Joe Gilbert, freshman designated hitter Cole Monreal and sophomore shortstop Bobby Houston provided offensive firepower with homerans. On the mound, senior Logan Stout (5-0) pitched a complete game, allowing no earned runs en route to an 8-4 Crusader win. Saturday...

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

rsity News Sports March 20, 2002 players swinging for fences lip-HX ■ "**'. UD softball's tourney a success, Crusaders take second overall Af - . M ..«?• JAiV' -'&!biil3d&tk>. , ' "v - ■ ■ ■ ■ :CM:- UMRklW ' ' -cv . V*" ■dj jvV'Y- . • ' ••• . '.v §&■ 'VSES&fr M:": photo by Julie Danaher UD Softball Spring Break Extravaganza results Sunday. March 10 Huntingdon 8, Wisconsin Lutheran 0; UD 17, Sul Ross 1; Huntingdon 10, Sul Ross 1; UD 12, Wisonsin Luth. 4 Monday. March 11 Huntingdon 6, UD 2; Sul Ross 5, Wisconsin Luth.3; Huntingdon 19, Wisconsin Luth. 4; UD 6, Sul Ross 5 Tuesday. March 12 Huntingdon 7, Sul Ross 5; Wisconsin Luth. 11, Sul Ross 3; Huntingdon 5, UD 0; UD 9, Wiscon- sin Luth. 7 by Jack Price Sports Editor The UD softball program hosted its first tourna- ment over Spring Break, bringing in teams from Wisconsin, Alabama, and west Texas, and offering 12 softball games in three days. "We are proud of our first tournament," UD head coach Venera Flores said. "...

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

March 27, 2002 News The University News ^5 DAU^sV^ €fje Untoersttp i£eto£ Co-Editors in Chief Thomas Watson Julie Danaher Commentary Editors Janet Hendrickson Katherine Cook Arts & Entertainment Editor Michael Lyons Feature Editor Bekki Johannes Sports Editor Jack Price Photo Editor Jodi Dickens Assistant News Editor Erin Watson Advertising Manager Christy Collins Student Assistant Louis Shopen Webmaster Arthur Hess Editorial Advisers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek The University News is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas, 1845 E. Northgate #732, Irving, TX 75062. Subscriptions are $20 a semester or $35 a year. The Hutersttj) itctos is also available online at: www.udallas.edu/unews Issues from the past two years are archived on the website. To advertise in The University News, please call (972) 721-5089 or fax query to (972)721-4136. Ads must be submitted by Thursday at 5 p.m. for publication the following Wednesday. Lent: a time of reflection, penance b...

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

The University News News March 27, 2002 Crossword Puzzle by David Levinson Wilk 1 2 3 " l s 6 7 8 ' 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 " I „ 1 7 " 20 21 22 ■23 ■ 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 ■ 46 47 ■ 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 | " ■ 58 59 60 1 61 62 63 1 64 Across 1. Achy 5. Sauna stuff 10. Employ 14. Not us 15. Slip away I in I David Levinson Wilk, 2002 16. Historical periods 17. "The King " 18. Boxing ring walls 19. Yell furiously 20. Infatuation 23. Sean Penn film '* So Lovely" 24. French king 25. Video store section 28. Cocktail party talk 33. B, on the periodic table 34. "Star Wars" actor Guinness 35. Santa , Calif. 36. Crush 40. Florid 41. Clothes dryer residue 42. Bird nest on high 43. Locke or Hume work 46. Gigolo, in modern- speak 47. Parking 48. Kind of argument 49. Obsession 56. Prix fix, for one 57. Puts on a plane 58. Shade trees 59. Aroma 60. Sound from a nest 61. Wild plum 62. Good, in Firenze 63. Shorthand, for short 64. Rib Down 1. Have a lead rol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 March 2002

10 March 27, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Mainstage to bring O'Neill to UD for first time by Jodi Dickens djflllfe Photo Editor Patrick Kelly's production of The Great God Brown, opening April 10, will mark the first Eugene O'Neill play performed at the University of Dallas. "I chose this play because it marks an important pas- sage in O'Neill's life," Kelly, professor of drama, said. "It's a distinctive choice with original and arresting de- signs." Kelly believes the audience will enjoy O'Neill's trag- edy as well. "I feel this play is appropriate to the students at this university," he said, "The audience can relate to the char- acters as they answer the questions: What will you do with your life? Who will you choose to be?" The Great God Brown deals with issues of identity crisis and friendship. "O'Neill wrote this turbulent play in his youth when he explored the boundaries of theatricality with energy and flair, concentrating here on the use of masks from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 March 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment March 27, 2002 11 Coming Events concerts •Local H March 28 Trees 214.748.5009 • Chicago March 29 Smirnoff Music Centre 214.421.1111 •TheBeta Band March 31 The Gypsy Tea Room 214.74. GYPSY • The Coup April 5 Trees 214.748.5009 • Charlie Daniels April 5 Billy Bob's Texas 817.624.7117 • The Jayhawks April 8 Sons of Hermann Hall 214.747.4422 • The Dallas Baptist University Chorale present the music of Bach, Barber, Handel, and others March 28 Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas 214.333.5285 galleries • Bartoleme Esteban Murillo: Paintings from American Collections through June 16 Kimball Art Museum 817.332.8451 theatre • The Countess, by Gre- gory Murphy through April 13 Circle Theatre, Fort Worth 817.877.3040 •Shakespeare's Coriolanus April 6-12 Kitchen Dog Theater 214.953.1055 New Blade dull; E.T. comes home by FS The first flick based on the Blade comic book, in 1998, was junk, but it was enjoyable junk, with a charismatic lead perfor- mance ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 March 2002

12 March 27, 2002 Commentary The University News EDITORIAL Celibacy not to blame for priest troubles Once again, the Catholic Church is under attack from its detractors for the crimes of pedophile priests. Just as talking heads blamed society for the Columbine shootings, those who have political axes to grind are blaming the Church for the ac- tions of a few sick individuals. To be sure, pedophilia among priests is abominable for many reasons, and those in the chancery responsible for quietly reas- signing offending priests to new parishes in order to prevent scandal should be held responsible for aiding and abetting a criminal. There is no excuse, however, for critics who know- ingly jump on the bandwagon of an accusation to malign the reputation of a priest (who, after all, is innocent until proved guilty) solely for the purpose of attacking the Church. The main goal of critics is to undermine the priests' vow of celibacy. "If only these priests had been permitted to marry," criti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 27 March 2002

The University News Commentary March 27, 2002 13 / 0 Things I loved about UD Alum, mom remembers UD's virtues Margaret Fagan Harkins Guest Columnist I would like to offer a rebuttal to the Feb. 6 article written by my son, Paul. While I could identify with some of his complaints, I could not identify with his atti- tude. (Who reared this guy, any- way?) My absence of a dis- claimer aside, let me begin. 1. The tower bells I loved the way I could leap out of bed on the first gong of the doxology, whip on my overalls, and make it from Augustine to Gorman by the last stroke of the eight. I loved the ringing of the Angelus at noon, remind- ing me of my grandmother's prayers, feeling her presence with me and connecting me to ages past. I loved the times I stayed up all night talking on the tower steps, discovering kin- dred spirits, with the sound of sil- ver ringing out over the silent mall... 2. "Seminary HillM I loved the escape past the priory and up the gently rolling hill, under the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2002

Thomas Kinkade's light snuffed, see pg. 4 ®fje ®ntoerstt)> ^Uctus University of Al-Qaeda, Kabul, Afghanistan Volume CIIII, Number 2 April 1 2002 UD sells property to well-known charity Philanthropic group, university to benefit from sale by Owen Jones Contributing Writer The University of Dallas signed a contract yesterday to sell the Elm Fork property that has been on the market for the past five years. A nationwide non-profit group, Planned Parenthood, will open a branch on the opposite side of Highway 114 and Tom Braniff. The move is an expan- sion of the current office on High- way 183 and Mac Arthur. "We are all very excited about the sale, and all parties will ben- efit from this collaboration be- tween UD and Planned Parent- hood." April D. Foaley, personal assistant to Msgr. Joseph, said. "Construction for the One- Stop Shopping Birth Control and Avoidance Center will begin in the fall of 2002," Jeffery Web, spokesman for Planned Parent- hood, said. "We will have all the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2002

2 April 1, 2002 Skews The University Skews ^SDAU^ w)t Untoergttp Metog Co-Editors in Chief Ernest P. Worrell Kylie Minogue Commentary Editors Hyacinth Bucket Rae Dawn Chong Arts & Entertainment Editor Arnold Judas Rimmer Feature Editor Dale Earnhardt, Sr. Sports Editor Rod Carew Photo Editor Juniper Pearl Assistant News Editor Ernie and Bert Advertising Manager William Randolph Hearst Student Assistant C.S. Lewis Webmaster Shawn Fanning Editorial Advisers Dr. Axl Rose Dr. Aaron Spelling The University Skews is die yearly student newspaper of the University of Al-Qaeda, 142 Al-Fajr Cave, First Cave on the Left, Suburban Kabul Afghanistan. Subscriptions are one disembodied goat carcass for one semester and one first- born child for a full year. To advertise in The University Skews, please call (972) 867-5309 and ask for Jennie or send by yak. Ads must be submitted the day after publication for publication the previous Wednesday. Ads may not include the faces or bare arms of women....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2002

The University Skews Skews April 1, 2002 15 Left in the biddle anyway: Team commentary swaps styles for a day by Katherine Cook as Janet Hendrickson I think I'll start rambling now. When I ramble, I like to subject the rest of you to reading my ramblings. Judging the loving reactions of the general UD populace, I will continue with this "out of left field" format, in spite of the fact that I'm no leftist like my controversial co-edi- tor. Though these mundane details of my life may be of little interest to you, I'll tell you anyway I love walking down the mall and hear- ing someone I don't know yell, "Janet, great column." This really puts me a step ahead of Kat who gets death threats when she walks down the mall. It's as if I have an unofficial fan club. But since I have this bi-weekly wonder that is my column. I will again use it for self-promotion. I would like to invite all of you to join the official Janet Hendrickson Fan Club. Join and be part of the magic that is me. I love t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 April 2002

26 April 1, 2002 The Last Page of the Newspaper The University Skews California Crossing *ark full of excitement Local area offers atmosphere to kindle friendships How to get there: Walk north up Tom Braniff. The park will be on your right. Smile to all the friendly patrons. alendar ednesday 27 th ♦ Open Anselm, 230, 9-11 p.m. ♦ Chess Club, Haggar Foyer, 7 p.m. ♦ SG Election Forms Due ♦ Star Gazing with Dr. Olenick, Sci- ence Observatory, 7 p.m. ♦ Iron Club Organizational Meeting, Gorman Faculty Lounge, 8 p.m. ♦ Bull Riding, meet at O'Connell Parking Lot, 7:30 p.m. T hursday 28th ♦ Holy Thursday Mass, Church, 7:30 p.m. ♦ Legion XIIII, Lynch ♦ Cafeteria Closes After Lunch F riday 1st ♦ Eucharistic Adoration, Church, 12- 5 p.m. ♦ Good Friday Mass, Church, 2:30 p.m. ♦ Stations of the Cross, Church, 7 p.m. i aturday 2nd ♦ Easter Vigil, Church, 7:30 p.m. Sunday 3rd ♦ Easter Sunday Mass, Church, 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. M, onday 4th ♦ Cafeteria Reopens for Dinner Be Your Own Boss! Would you lik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

The University News Sports April 10,2002 5 Hot Sports Opinion Local horses known to take money and run by Jack Price Sports Editor I should have listened to Norm Hitzges Friday morning. That was the conclusion I arrived at Friday night after a very humbling excur- sion to the track. Maybe Norm, DFW's sports-talking horseracing authority, could have given me the inside scoop on the ponies and saved me some frustration in my first trip to Lone Star Park. Some may wonder why I'm talking horesracing in my sports column. Anyone who has seen the SportsCentury documentary on Secre- tariat, though, knows good and well that horses are indeed athletes. Likewise, any- one who has seen The Simpsons knows that jockeys are, if nothing else, good for a laugh. I probably should have known it would Price be a tough night when a chubby kid of no more than 15 directed rue to a line of mil- lions of cars, making parking a pretty ri- diculous ordeal. Luckily, we ended up with a prime spot after accident...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

6 April 10,2002 Sports The University News Gaunt s records result from four years work by Megan George Contributing Writer With her 36th win, senior ten- nis player Sarah Gaunt broke the seven-year-old record for most wins in singles matches in UD's tennis history She already holds the record for the best winning percentage and is well on her way to breaking the record for wins in doubles matches. After a successul four-year high school career in which her team reached state competition, photo by Kristin Kusbel Sarah Gaunt prepares to seiye in a UD match earlier this semester. it was time for Gaunt to decide on a college. "I could have maybe gotten scholarships at some schools; but if you have an athletic scholar- ship, the school owns you. It's better to go to an academic school and play tennis." she said. So Gaunt chose to come to the University of Dallas and become a student athlete. "Florida tennis is really hard core; it was nice to get away from that. I've actually done a lot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

The University News Sports April 10, 2002 7 Nelson rewrites UD baseball record books Senior first baseman enjoys eclipsing team, individual records in'02 by Bobby Crook Contributing Writer In his first game of the 2002 season, senior first baseman Jesse Nelson surpassed two UD landmarks in one lightning-quick swing of the bat. With a double against Hillsdale Freewill Baptist Col- lege, Nelson claimed the University of Dallas career records for hits and doubles. Five games later against McMurry University, Nelson set another mark, becom- ing the school's all-time leader in runs batted in. With about 10 games still remaining in his senior sea- son, Nelson is also within striking range of the career records for at-bats and games played. As his collegiate baseball career winds down, Nelson is thrilled to be do- ing his part in re-writing the UD baseball record books. "Breaking the records was something that I was look- ing forward to from the end of last season," Nelson said. "To break ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

8 April 10. 2002 Features The Unive ealthy eating, regular exercise he p st New clubs, tried-and-true methods shed rejuvenating Milk, yogurt Si cheese 3 SERVINGS Meat poultry. fish dry beans. eggs & nuts 2 - 3 SERVINGS Vegetables 5 SERVINGS Bread, cereal rice&p 6-11 SERVINGS by Bekki Johannes Features Editor No one liked it when Mom said,, "Eat your vegetables!" or, "Go outside and play for an hour before watching that movie!" But, as usual, Mother knew best. For the most part, college students do not have Mom make them eat right and get plenty of exercise, so they must begin to take the responsibility them- selves. The National Insti- tutes of Health (NIH) said eating a balanced diet as well as getting sufficient exercise is the best way to main- tain one's desired weight. "The term 'balanced' simply means that a diet adequately meets your nutritional needs while not providing any nutrients in excess," NIH states. "To achieve a balanced diet, you must consume a variety of f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

rsity News Features April 10. 2002 9 udents stay it, relieve stress, have fun y ight on time-worn advice for health, we] -being Height* 6' 6" - 6'5" - 6' 4" - 6'3" - 6'2" - 6' 1" - 6' 0" - 5' 11 5'10"H 5' 9" 5' 8" 5' 7" 5' 6" 5' 5" 5' 4" 5' 3" 5' 2" 5' 1" 5' 0" 4'11" 4' 10" 50 Pounds' 75 <5 .4- ' <? <<? 4^ m m <S" 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 courtfisty i >1 the dietary guidelines advisory committee Too big... too small... just right. Lighter weights for each zone are where most women should fall and heavier weights for each zone represent most men. running on pavement, so people should consider the trail rather than the streets and sidewalks. And, for all those students who still complain about the sad state of athletic facilities at UD, Rork had good news as well: a new work-out center will be built when the university remodels the gymnasium this summer and should be avail- able for students by next year. The National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Heal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

10 April 10, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Shakespearean tragedy lacks detail, subtlety Local theater's 'eclectic' production o/Coriolanus proves flat, mundane by Terry Swiney Contributing Writer Coriolanus, assumed to be Shakespeare's last tragedy and easily one of his least performed, opened in Dallas this weekend at the Kitchen Dog Theater. The play was boldly staged with an all male cast (men played all the roles, including the notable roles of Volumnia and Virgilia, the protagonist's mother and wife, respectively), and with a very eclectic, multi-media, minimalist approach. If all these qualities seem contra- dictory, they are. This production, while admirable on some levels, is neither concerned with details of narrative nor complexi- ties of relationships at all. This approach exiles its performance to the simple realm of narrative generalities. To be fair, Coriolanus is not Hamlet, The Merchant of Venice, Measure for Measure, or any of Shakespeare's many ...

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