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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment April 10, 2002 11 Coming Events concerts • Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young April 11 Reunion Arena 214.373.8000 •Anti-Pop Consortium April 12 Gypsy Tea Room 1.888.597. STAR • Cross Canadian Rag- weed April 12 Billy Bob's Texas 817.624.7117 • The Reverend Morton Heat, Nashville Pussy April 12 Trees 214.748.5009 • Spiritualized, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club April 13 Gypsy Tea Room 1.888.597. STAR • Prince April 15 Music Hall at Fair Park 214.373.8000 • The Riverboat Gam- blers April 16 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 galleries • Yield, works by Iris Bustillos & Luke Sides Through April 28 500X Gallery, Dallas 214.828.1111 • Un Regard Oblique: Sidelong Glance, works by John Laughlin, Joel- Peter Witkin, Pierre Molinier, and Jeffrey Silverthorne through April 13 Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery 214.969.9410 theatre • Our Town Opens April 10 Dallas Theater Center 214.522.8499 New releases, seasoned actors miss mark by FS ITlKfc reviews^ Ash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

14 April 10, 2002 News The University News Crossword Puzzle by David Levirisori Wilk Last Week's Answers p 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 3 f i 23 53 54 55 56 57 60 161 58 59 6lH 62 66 69 62 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 . Mo. with most Of Leo . Coral island . Friend . Slate.com employee . "En garde" weapon . Underdog's role . Wayside stop . Draftable . Attached . Warner . Give-away promo for a Winnie- the-Pooh movie'? , Melees . Persia, now . North Korea's Kim II . Chloroform kin . Kindly . Peak in Greek myth . Grating sounds . Property proof . New Jersey cagers S O r e V A p O r h 1 r e t h e m e V A d e. r A S A n d i 1 r O p e S 1 r A n t r O d S t e W A r t S O n G S h e s r o 1 A C t i O n C h 1 t C h Ia t B O r O n a l e C A n a O r a n G e S o f t d r 1 n k p. e d l 1 n t a e r 1 e t r e a t 1 s e p l a y e r l O t O r A l C a l V 1 n k l e 1 n e a u m e n u ■ s e n d s | e l m S O d O r t W e e t s l O e B e n e s t e n o s a S S Across 1. Dwell (on) 5. Dressed 9. Places to sweat? 14. Old music h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 10 April 2002

The University News News April 10, 2002 15 Rehabilitation Assistants Needed A Variety of Schedules Office of academic and career development We are hiring individuals that have a desire to provide car- ing and quality guid- ance for head injury patients. Excellent for students planning a career in the health care profession. Training will be pro- vided. Bilingual help- ful. You must be dependable and have a positive attitude. ★ We Drug Screen Apply at: Centre for Neuro Skills Post Acute Rehab. 3915 Portland Irving, Texas Or, call: (972) 594-0549 Starting Rate: $8.50 Vender # 000684, 000949, 000685, 000686 Mark your calendars Thursday, April 11, 4-5 p.m., Braniff 201 Leadership Development Club UD is planning its first meeting for students interested in learning and practicing leadership skills in the world of business. This plan- ning meeting is open to economics majors, econ/fmance majors, those in the business concentration, busi- ness through students, and all other students cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 17 April 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment April 17, 2002 7 Slice of ce takes imagi nation by storm Starlings Mikey and Patrick talk about the band, the music, and Boston by Michael Lyons A &E Editor Certainly, students have dreams and aspirations. For some, the dream is practical: graduation (and it is that to which these students aspire). For others, the dream is functional: the great American novel or the humani- tarian work that would in some way or another better mankind (and it is these things to which these students aspire). By no means are dreams limited to the general spheres acknowledged above; rather, dreams take a number of forms and are aspired to in many dilferent manners. To illustrate this point, five Ul) students - Patrick Daniel, Zach Weiss, Mike Toohey, Justin Lemieux, and Mike Maeilla - have a unique dream: pop stardom (and it is that - by means of their band, Slice of Ice - to which these students aspire). Telling the story of Slice of Ice requires the ima...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 17 April 2002

8 April 17, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Mainstage deals with humanity and its guises by Angela Danaher Contributing Writer The echo of Percy Shelley's Ozymandias, a short poem about a fallen king, hovers over the stage of The Great God Brown. On entering the MJT, one is transported to an ancient land, complete with a scene from the poem. "Two vast and trunkless legs of stone," pillars of fire, gravel walkways, and minimal lighting greet the audience. The set of the UD drama department's play, The Great God Brown, is not the only richly symbolic and poetical element of the production. Eugene O'Neill's play is charged with bare emotions, driven by primal desires and ba- sic human confusion. The Great God Brown is a play with many levels. The plot line is easily recognizable in the first act as two young men, Billy Brown and Dion Anthony, pine over the same woman. Beyond that, it is a tale of man's struggle with identity, pride, fear, God, and life. The simple sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 17 April 2002

The University News Features April 17, 2002 11 UDers ride unique head-turners photo by Jodi Dickens Junior Jonathan Cross, printmaking major, shows off his classic 1986 Chevy Suburban Travel Quest. Nicknamed "The Beast," the car's large capacity, is ideal for hauling Cross's art to and from the studio. by Megan George Contributing Writer It seems sometimes that all cars simply blend together. The parking lots are filled with late model black, red, and dark blue 4-door sedans or SUV's. But there are a few people who drive cars that make people take a second look, cars that are definitely not ordinary. Senior Dustin Baldridge is one of those people. He is the proud owner of a 1976 Chevy Camaro. "I inherited it from my great- grandmother when I was 15. She drove it when it was new— to the grocery store and back," Baldridge said. Baldridge likes driving his unique car. "It has character," he said, "It sounds cool. I like the way it sounds. It sounds like it's a fast car. It goes 'vroom,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 17 April 2002

16 April 17, 2002 Last Page The University News he Nest a hive of artful oddities Dallas shop an emporium of exclusive houseware .TSV*8 "tr •> > • C r 1 low to get there Take I-35E S to I-45/l S 75. Merge onto Hwy. 75. Exit Knox-Henderson. The Nest is on the right. 5 B . 7: '■ Wi KA ' by Thomas Watson Co-Editor In Chief Looking for something to add to your home that will be unlike anything else anywhere in the world? I would suggest going to The Nest, voted "Best Place to Shop for an Eccen- tric Relative" by the Dallas Observer. The Nest is a small shop off Highway 75 that specializes in finding exclusives. Buying an exclusive table, chair, or cast-iron puppy dog means that each is unique. It means everyone who visits the Pier One Clearance Store on Beltline won't have the same figurine. The Nest is filled with a variety of in- teresting items. The iron Scottish ter- rier and the oversized garden ant, which doubled as a candleholder are fascinating items, as is the American fl...

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

The University News News May 1, 2002 Research continued from pg. 4 but should space become a prob- lem in the future, we would in- terview the students to find out which ones were most interested in the type of research we were doing," he said. Dr. Geoff Ganter, assistant professor of biology, said long- term research opportunities are also available for some students. Biology students work year- round with Ganter and other bi- ology professors. These experi- ences "may lead to the exciting prospect of spending a whole summer in research," he said. For senior Janell Stadler, such a prospect has presented itself. Because of her work as Ganter's research assistant throughout the last year, she now has the oppor- tunity to continue that research at Harvard Medical School in Boston this summer. Stadler will assist Ganter in his study of molecular neurobiology. "We'll be comparing gene ex- pression in the brains of socially dominant and subordinate cray- fish to learn how genes affect so...

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

6 May 1, 2002 News The University News Child Care Needed! For three home-schooled children (13, 10, 7) Monday-Wednesday afternoons. Hours flexible. Start in mid-late May. Transportation necessary. Call (972) 570-5307 Fraternities • Sororities Clubs • Student Groups Earn S1,000-S2,000 this semester with the easy campusfundraiser.com three-hour fundraising event. Does not involve credit card applications. Fundraising dates are filling quickly, so call today! Contact campusfundraiser.com at (888) 923-3238, or visit www.campusfundraiser.com w- iwcrHRtHiiatiliPiiTffl h mimm TOUCHSTONE PICTURES presents in association with ESPN "ULTIMATE X" MORGAN GRISWOLD directors of photography REED SMOOT, a.s.c. RODNEY TAYLOR C. MITCHELL AMUNDSEN executive producer DOUGLAS C. MERRIFIELD produced by ART REPOLA written & directed by BRUCE HENDRICKS M www.espn.com/ultimatex It pw i BBiMi mm stasia a SOME mTEHAL MAY MOT BE SUITMtf FOB CHILDBfll DAREDEVIL SPORTS ACTION AND MILD LANGUAGE Tbuchstone Pict...

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

The University News News May 1, 2002 7 Crossword Puzzle by David Levin son Wilk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ,0 " 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 1 7 1 8 r 20 ■ 21 _ ■ 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ■ 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 _ ■ 38 39 40 4 : 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 ■ 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 ■ 58 59 60 61 62 _ ■ 63 64 65 66 ■ 68 69 70 Across I.,Crosby, Stills and 5. Kind of mom II. Alamos preceder 14. Singer James 15. Mistakes 16. Intense anger 17. Put novelist Richard on the invitation list? Debate 19. David Levinson Wilk, 2002 culpa 20. Like most bathroom walls 21. Whirl 22. Inform (on) 23. Chip dips 25. Kind of call 27. Rainforest ground, usually 30. "Go fly P ("Scram!") 33. Broadcasts 37. Nautilus locale 38. Heretic 39. Take playwright Anton's name at the door? 43. General Mills cereal 44. Shoe size 45. Teeny 46. /, in bowling 47. Pipe 49. Brooklyn shortstop Pee Wee 51. Accident remains 56. They may be tapped 58. Co-stars for Heston, once? 61. Bouquet 62. Barcelona cheer 63. Let historian Kenneth into the party? 65...

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

8 May 1, 2002 Arts & Entertainment The University News Senior studios set to open tomorrow night Kemp's Interview, Phelan's 1984 to kick off semester's senior-directed plays i PHOTO COURTESY OF KRISTY M. FRIDGE The character played by freshman Andrea Pollock separates the characters played by sophomore Jesse Deacon (left) and Sean Lewis as tensions rise in The Long Christmas Dinner, directed by Wes Wiley. The plays opens May j with Cecile. by Michael Lyons A &E Editor Interx'iew and 1984, two of this semester's four senior studios, will open tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in the MJT. An "avant-garde playlet" by Jean-Claude van Itallie, Inten'iew, directed by Kate Kemp, is a "satirical parody [of] American life" marked by "rhythmical, fast-paced dialogue...," according to a drama department press re- lease. Kemp, who described Interview as "a big think play," said she hopes viewers will take away from its perfor- mance something to mull over and, then, discuss with others. "I hope ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

The University News Arts & Entertainment May 1, 2002 9 Coming Events concerts • Cornershop May 1 Trees 214.748.5009 • Jon Spencer Blues Ex- plosion May 2 Gypsy Tea Room 214.74. GYPSY • Les Savy Fay, 764- Hero May 3 Rubber Gloves, Denton 940.387.7781 • Super Furry Animals May 3 Trees 214.748.5009 • Chris Whitley May 5 Gypsy Tea Room 214.74. GYPSY • Dave Matthews Band May 7 American Airlines Center 214.222.3687 galleries • The Stamp of Impulse: Abstract Expressonistic Prints Through May 26 Amon Carter Museum 817.738.1933 • Art Deco and Stream- lined Modern: Design 1920-1950 through May 30 Dallas Museum of Art 214.922.1200 theatre • The Importance of Be- ing Earnest through May 5 Piano Repertory Theatre 972.422.7460 • Side Show previews begin May 2 officially opens May 6 Theatre Three 214.871.3300 Life proves lethargic, Murder mundane by FS Since winning her undeserved Oscar for Girl, Interrupted, Angelina Jolie has embarrassed herself with successive bombs in three different genre...

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

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

rsity News Arts & Entertainment May 1, 2002 11 ike Mallapalooza highly successful ly Michael Lyons i&E Editor Mallapalooza 2002, unlike 'paloozas of rore, relied heavily on UD musical talent and lid so with success. To be sure, a few unprecedented tricks (that s, large-scale inflatable games and a big, black ebounding wall of sorts) helped to compen- ate for the lack of off-campus bands, and one lollar beers from 2 to 6 p.m. helped of-age tudents to forget such a lack altogether. Further compensating for the absence (for he second consecutive year) of Old 97's was Recycled Percussion, a Boston-based band in he tradition of Stomp, the tribal polyrhythm >f which seemed to please those who were in ittendance. Additionally, UD alum Pete Serby, with hiny guitar in tow, returned for the occasion and crooned some classics, including a few dit- ties by the 97 's themselves. To mention but a few of the homegrown highlights, Annie and Laurie deftly mixed well- executed covers with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

14 May 1, 2002 Features The University News Biology professor receives endowment to aid environmental science growth by Erin Watson Assistant News Editor A UD professor of biology has been named the first recipient of the newly established Marcus Science Chair, Dr. Tom Lindsay, provost, recently announced. The $50,000 from this endowment will be used to support the growth of the envi- ronmental science concentration, which was established two years ago by Dr. Marcy Brown-Marsden, biology professor. "I am very pleased that Dr. Brown- Marsden, one of our own graduates, has chosen to inaugurate this prestigious position," Dr. Tom Lindsay, provost, said. The committee awarding Brown- Marsden this position was composed of chairmen of the chemistry, biology, math, physics, and computer science depart- ments, along with Dr. Frank Doe, dean of Constantin College, and Dr. Tom Lindsay, provost. Candidates presented detailed statements of how they would use funds. Doe said he was impressed by ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

The University News Features May 1, 2002 15 Tattoos for set- --e^rtssiov^, olex/otloiA, by Julie Danaher Co-Editor in Chief Self-expression is a phrase that is commonly used these days. At the Catholic university for independent thinkers, a lot of students, and even some professors, have learned to express them- selves and their independent thought through tattoos. Tattoos, which until very recently tended to be associated with sailors and low class behavior, are making a sort of comeback. UD students such as junior Brian Connolly are no exception. "I got my first tattoo on my 18th birthday. A friend went with me. We went back a couple months later on her birthday, and we both got tattoos," Connolly said. Connolly said he really wanted to get a tattoo when he turned 18. When he went, he decided on the Star Wars Rebel Alliance symbol for his back. "It was a symbol I'd thought about since I was much younger, so that is what I got." Connolly now has three tattoos. "They're pretty addic...

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

16 May 1,. 2002 Features The University News Tattoos continued frompg. 15 human dispositions: humility is the disposition of the intellect, and charity is the disposition of faith. Landers agrees with Connolly that getting tattoos is addictive. "I'm planning on getting my fourth tattoo soon. I'm thinking about a phrase that works into an image. I've gone from the religious symbol to the philosophical, and now I want a symbol of my devotion," he said. A tattoo artist of six years at Pair O' Dice tattoo parlor in Deep Ellum said more than 50 per cent of the customers they get are repeat customers. "A lot of times people will pop in once, and they might get scared off because it hurts or something, but you get a lot of people who come back for their second and more after that. That's always how it is," the anonymous artist said. People will come back to a place when they know it is good and clean, he continued. For freshman Monica Montes, the cleanliness of the tattoo parlor was import...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

17 May 1, 2002 Commentary The University News jSetos Editorial Board Katherine Cook Julie Danaher Janet Hendrickson Thomas Watson Letters Policy The University News invites letters on all subjects; however, we will not print unsigned submissions. Letters must be received in the newsroom or at unews@acad.udallas.edu before noon on Friday for publication the following Wednesday. Letters are limited to 350 words and may be edited for grammar, length or clarity. Longer submissions may be considered for publication as a separate commentary. Commentary Policy The University News is seeking articles for submission to the commentary page. Any subject or issue may be considered for commentary, and anyone is welcome to submit a commentary, though The University News especially encourages students, faculty and administrators to participate. Articles should be well-written, thoughtful and be between 600 and 900 words in length. The University News reserves the right to edit submissions for gram...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 1 May 2002

The University News Commentary May 1, 2002 18 Procrastination cause found Katherine Loufus Guest Columnist My eyes hurt, so I look up from the packet I am reading to glance at the clock. Its neon num- bers mock me. 3:32 am. If you stare long enough at them, the numbers appear to flicker before your eyes. This is actually enter- tainment, if you so will it to be. Voices. A door shuts. Who on earth is still up at this hour? I mean, come on! I open the door to my room in Theresa Hall, the voice pro- viding a wel- come distrac- tion. Outside, three of my resi- dents are chat- tering away about the work they should be doing. "I'm planning on taking a shower at about five. Do you want to watch the sunrise with me? Then we can go eat break- fast!" "Yeah, that sounds like a re- ally good idea!" Sleep sounds like a better one. I shut the door and go back into my room. I justify to myself why I don't need to keep reading and get into bed. However, the mo- ment that I am in bed, I am sud- denl...

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

The University News Commentary May 1. 2002 19 T1- ABC's U for University? Not necessarily. D stands for Dallas? Yes - but with a twist. It turns out everything you need to know you'll learn at UD. Just start at the beginning... A is for Aristotle - The brilliant philosopher that every student at UD should have read - whether or not one has gotten around to it. Bis for Beer - Which makes it to most University of Dallas social gatherings - Mallapoolaza, Groundhog, senior/faculty happy hour, to name a few official events. Cis for Charity Week - When we lock up our professors, assassi nate our friends and auction off men, all for the benefit of local non-profit organizations. Dis for Dallas - In spite of the university's name, the city close by can seem so far away. Un- less you have a set of wheels, Dallas is a name and a myth behind "something out there." Eis for Ethernet - That blessing of high speed internet access, illegal music downloading, and let's not forget - instant messaging...

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