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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News November 21, 2001 3 News A @ A" 'rfi^r BP photo by Jodi Dickens Jean Rekowski, president of SPUD, hold two Mis- ter Potatohead toys in honor of the organization's new name. UD Programming Board reorganizes, changes name by Ryan Chism Commentary Editor Student Government's Programming Board has been reorganized under the new name of Student Programming for the Uni- versity of Dallas (SPUD). The change was made in conjunction with new goals set by the university's student leaders. Senior Jean Rekowski, president of SPUD, said a restructuring of the Program- ming Board was necessary to better man- age campus events such as Malapalooza and Spring Formal along with other regu- lar and seasonal activities such as Music on the Mall and Intramurals. "We wanted to re-delegate the events because many of them were being pushed into one or two committees who didn't have the staff to handle them," Rekowski said. Rekowski said that the scheduled events for this year have now b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

4 August 28, 2002 The University News News The new business major In their own words "Christian social justice teaching highlights the servant model of leadership, and the liberal arts tradition at the university trumpets a concept of leadership that takes its direction from service to the common good." - From a draft of the business college mission statement for the General Bulletin "There is a natural friction in the liberal arts and the business, both among the students and the faculty, but I think as each learns from the other, the friction will diminish. - Dr. Gene Swanson, dean of the College of Business "If we 're honest and forthright in our advertising, we '11 bring in students just like you guys." - Dr. Frank Doe, dean of Constantin College "The only difference between this and a decree in economics or psychology or any other discipline is in those courses you take for the major." - Bob Lynch, last year's interim dean and founding dean of GSM "The University of Dallas is n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

August 28, 2002 The University News 5 News Undergraduate ma or seen as one inancial fix Total undergraduate enrollment for the first five years (2003-08) 6.9w gain 2% gain 7.4% gai 5% gain Projected total undergraduate enrollment | 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 First five years of the business college $1 ,858,998 $2,000,000 $1 ,800,000 $1 ,600,000 $1,253,335 $1 ,400,000 $1 ,200,000 $1,000,000 $663,659 $800,000 $517,757 $600 .000 $400,000 $207,338 $200 ,000 I Projected net increase in revenues from school of business 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 First five years of business college Other options studied to increase UD enrollment by Janet Hendrickson Editor in Chief The undergraduate business major is not the only effort the university plans to make to increase enrollment, Dr. FredZuker, vice president and dean of student services, said. Among majors he considers adding in the future are communications, speech and drama, environmental science, international relations, and America...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

6 August 28, 2002 The University News News A partially empty room in Catherine hall is ready proof of the new student move-in Saturday. Saturday began New Student Orientation which concluded with a campus barbecue Tuesday night. Gettin Below: Fresh- men Wallace McLeod and Bran- don Langston take a break during Casino Night, >\ % W Orientation leaders Mary Claire Beacon and Callie Bentley put together new student pack- ets Friday afternoon. Freshman Roxanne Zascavage rolls the dice as Carrie Fischer watches during Sunday night's Casino Night. Casino Night was one of many activities during this year's New Student Orientation. New students go through basic training New student orientation began Saturday with students moving into their residence halls and ended Tuesday with a picnic on the tower lawn. During this long weekend, new students participated in a series of meetings, mixers, and informative events. Brian Borski, activities director, oversaw the orientation events along with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News August 28, 2002 7 EATURES Basic training not ust for new students Training sessions before move-in aid RAs in learning the ropes by Katherine Loufus Contributing Writer There is a party raging in C atherine 101. Behind the open-bolted door are all the elements of a raging party, including bottles of liquor, wine and beer, candles lit, music blasting on the radio, loud voices, stuffed animals flying through the air. Above the din, a knock is heard. "Quick! It's the RA!" The eight individuals behind the door Photo by Jodi Dickens Senior RA in Theresa, Katherine Loufus takes a break from freshman move in to enjoy a cold beverage. No worries, it was nothing more than a glass of ice water, moving in residents works up a thirst. quickly hide the bottles, quiet the music and open the door, where juniors Maggie War- ren and Suzanne Burgess enter and assess the situation. They are able to, with some assistance from Residence Life director John Grant, document the situatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

8 August 28 , 2002 The University News Features tt Light Students attend World Youth Da^ youth conference by Katherine Cook Feature Editor UD students make every effort not to have their personal encounters with John Paul II limited to their Rome semester. This summer UD students made the trek up to Toronto for World Youth Day 2002 to see the Pope. Students traveled to World Youth day in Toronto, senior Katherine Lively said, "to see the Pope and come together as a reflection of the international Catholic community." Freshman David Winstead said, "I really wanted to see the Pope; and when I got there, I realized it was worth it because his messages are awesome." Many UD students who attended World Youth Day in Toronto did so because they feared it would be their last chance to see Pope John Paul II because of his failing health. "I knew I had to go to Word Youth Day again, especially since this will probably be the Pope's last trip to North America," Aaron Linderman, freshman, said....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News August 28 , 2002 9 Features of the World t CROSS, HISTORY INSPIRATION TO MANY Since this day, the cross has been at every World Youth Day, both those held on Palm Sunday in Rome and the bi-anuual International World Youth Days held in the summer. For World Youth Day 2002, the journey of the Cross began April 8 (Palm Sunday), 2001. The Cross was then taken to Ottawa where it would be carried across Canada until July 18, 2002. It then stood over the World Youth Day festivities. For the last month of the journey, the Cross was earned on foot from Montreal to Toronto. The Cross was taken to several prisons in Canada. Sebastien Lacroix, the co-ordinator of the pilgrimage of the WYD cross re- flected on one prison visit. "It was my first experience in such a place, but the Cross had already visited other prisons. Of the 101 prisoners, 75 attended the prayer service with the Cross. "I was stunned. Men of all ages who had erred in their ways had come, perhaps out of curi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News August 28, 2002 11 Arts & Entertainment Orientation play explores eternal poetry From fear to love, sonnets play with emotions Angela Danaher A & E Editor Love 's Fire, the Orient ation Play that ran this past weekend, is a living testament to the timeless quality of Shakespeare's poetry Comprised of five separate plays directed by senior drama major, Patrick Daniel, they are and inspired by the bard's sonnets. Waiting For Philip Glass, written by Wendy Wasserstein, initiated a hauntingly detached ambiance from the onset. The hostess (Catherine Cody) offhand- edly recites the profound lines of the Sonnet 94 while waiting for her guests. Through cunning direction the photo by Angela Danaher During one of his psychiatric sessions, Hendryk (Terry Swiney) pines over his shrink, sharing his unrequited love, as her lover (Meghan Burdette) lurks behind. guests are placed on pedestals—never touching each other and never making eye contact. The hostess reels among...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

12 August 28, 2002 The University News Sports Getting the ball rolling Several teams prepare to kick offseason by Bobby Crook Sports Editor Men's Soccer The Crusaders hope to build on last year's successful 14-5-0 season in the first year of head coach Colin Jones' tenure. Although key contributors Jimmy Wheaton (18 goals, nine assists last season), Garrett Fox (four goals, four assists), and Danny Lowe (two goals, seven assists) were lost to graduation, this year's squad still hopes to contend for a NCAA tournament berth. Returning starters such as sophomore goalie Ryan Reedy (1.33 Goals Against Average), se- nior midfielder/forward Kyle Francis (22 goals, 16 assists), jun- ior midfielder/forward Matt For- ester (five goals, two assists) and sophomore midfielder/forward Nick Wittich (three goals, six as- sists) are expected to be key play- ers this season. Women's Soccer 2001 USCAA Coach of the Year Stefani Webb hopes to lead her squad back to the NCAA tournament for the second con...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News August 28, 2002 13 Sports Sports and stuff Baseball strike: who cares? ootball is back. by Bobby Crook Sports Editor The month of August is winding down, and as the weather heats up, so do baseball's pennant races. Currently both leagues have exciting divisional and wild card races that should only continue to heat up into September and October ... if there is a Septem- ber or October. With a strike date set for Aug. 30, off-field la- bor negotiations may decide the fate of an- other baseball season, possibly canceling the season's conclusion and the World Series. As depressing as this may sound, keep your chin up, sports fans, because as the owners and players pull the emergency break on baseball, football season is rev- ving its engine to begin anew. Baseball may be America's pastime, but in the state of Texas, football is king; and during the two months that the seasons overlap, baseball is nothing more than a weekday distraction. It seems baseball owners and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

14 August 28, 2002 The University News Commentary News Editorial Staff Ryan Chism Janet Hendrickson Meghan Kuckelman 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 grammar, length,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 28 August 2002

The University News August 28, 2002 15 Commentary UD core should remain untainted Matt Van House Guest Columnist When the new undergraduate business school is complete, UD will have over 300 business ma- jors. That's a great deal more than any UD major that now exists, and is projected to make up around 20 percent of the under- graduate population by 2007. Such a dramatic action will surely affect the university cul- ture. Indeed, most of us that have been here for a few years can see that it is likely do great harm. Many students whom I have spo- ken to express grave concerns but seem to think that the university is in such bad financial shape that we have no choice. Leaving aside the debate over whether or not we should sell our identity, administrators have made it very clear that they are pushing the business school not merely because it is financially necessary, but because they think it would be good for the school culture. The business major is not absolutely neces- sary. The...

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

10 September 4, 2002 The University News Features Healing at UD Student trains assistance dog on campus by Rebecca Leland Staff Writer The idea of raising a puppy and giving it full attention while balancing a full course load would be daunting to most students. Few can handle the occasional goldfish. But junior Annie Collins different - she is rarely seen apart from her charge. Jobey, a Labrador-Golden Retriever mix, is being trained by Collins to assist a handi- capped individual. Eventually he may pull a wheelchair or learn to retrieve a ringing phone. But for the moment the puppy is mastering basic commands. -T* • Photo courtesy of Annie Collins Junior Annie Collins sits with Jobey, the dog she is training on-campus to aid people with disabilities. Collins is working through a program called Canine Companions for Indepen- dence (CCI). She is the only college stu- dent in the DFW area participating. The university setting provides an excellent environment for the puppy to sociali...

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

4 September 11, 2002 The University News Arts & Entertainment what's happening concerts Slur/MTV Video Shoot Sept 13 Granada Theater 972.962.3789 A Tribute to the American Spirit Sept 11- no cover Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center 214.692.0203 Jerry Joseph & the Jackmormons/ Jump Little Children/ Jackpot Sept 17 Gypsy Tea Room 214.744.9779 Jimmy Eat World Sept. 13 Bronco Bowl 214.943.8088 galleries Benito Huerta: Blind Faith through Oct 19 The Dallas Center for Contemporary Ait 214.821.2522 9/11: 8x10 Photographs and Works on Paper through Sept 30 The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art 214.821.2522 theatre An Almost Perfect Person through Sept 21 Bath House Cultural Center 972.504.6218 The Lion King Sept. 13- Oct. 20 Fair Park Music Hall 217.691.7200 Happy Days by Samuel Beckett Sept. 14-Oct. 13 Hie MAC 214.953.1055 Senior studios initiate fall venue Venue presents much anticipated 'departure from general fare' by Peter Fricker Contributing Writer The senior studio lineup t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

The University News September 11, 2002 5 Arts & Entertainment Bradford swims into trouble, De Niro sinks in Sea by FS Movie Reviewer Twenty-something Jesse Bradford takes on the Michael Douglas role in Swimfan (wide release), a high school reworking of Fa- tal Attraction in which the young actor plays a swim team star I Review photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures In Michael Caton-Jones' City by the Sea Robert De Niro is Vincent LaMarca, a New Your City cop who must cope with a murder case in which his son (James Franco) is the chief suspect. who's stalked and harassed by the schem- ing, obviously obsessed new girl in class, played by Traffic star Erika Christensen. The picture is slickly made and gener- ates its share of cheap chills, but the plot is so formulaic and the twists so predictable that even on a first viewing you'll swear you've seen it before. Bradford and Christensen are talented and promising per- formers, but they're wasted here. Robert De Niro always seems u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

S The University News September 11, 2002 Arts & Entertainment About Art Haggerty exhibit intrigues senses by Angela Danaher A & E Editor The opening reception for about land- scape, a collaboration from five local art- ists, was held this past | Review Friday, Sept. 6 in the Haggerty Gallery. The exhibit is an eclectic collection, from free- standing statuettes to mounted photos on aluminum. Jennifer Locke's pieces, novel studies of encaustic and photo on aluminum, expand the definition of reality. Her mounted pho- tos of highway overpasses are seemingly arbitrarily placed. The interconnected over- passes are all that remain untouched in these landscapes, while the background is painted in a variety of impasto strokes. With titles such as Re-construction, Re- fabricated and Re-built, Locke's studies manage to transcend the tangible into a sur- real dreamscape. Perhaps the most striking pieces of about landscape are the most unconventional ones. Janet Tyson's three freestandi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

September 11, 2002 The University News *7 Features UD remembers by Jodi Dickens Photo Editor Sept. 11, 2002, marks the first anniver- sary of the attacks perpetrated by terrorists on the World Trade Center and the Penta- gon. On this day, UD students, along with the entire nation, look back over the year and how these attacks have affected their lives. Students have unique, yet vivid memo- ries of where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news. Some even have stories of "close calls" and "near misses." The unfortunate few did have fam- ily members or friends who were directly by the attacks Senior Ross Olsaver said that his father was working just nine blocks north of the World Trade Center Sept. 11. "I'm frantically trying to call my father and I can't get in contact with him. Finally, about three hours roll by after the second tower fell down, and I was sitting in a the- ater class when my phone rings. "I go to pick it up and see it' sjmy father [calling]. He sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

10 September 11, 2002 The University News Sports Cross Country optimistic or season ahead Baseball, tennis also gear up to begin Jail seasons by Bobby Crook Sports Editor Cross Country Beginning with last Saturday's meet at the Trinity University Invitational in San Antonio, an exciting season is on the horizon for the Crusader cross country team. With first-year coach Brian B or ski and a full roster of run- ners for the first time ever, the team is looking forward to the year ahead. "We are really excited about this season,*' Borski said. "We have full teams for both men and women, which is something that we have never had. Usually we have to pull people in to have a team, but this season we have 15 men and 10 women runners." For the Crusader men, lead- ing the way will once again be senior USCAA All-Americans Nick Heyne and Eduardo Siller. Also striving to make an im- pact on the men's squad this year will be returning standout juniors Joe Landreau and Chris Alexander, who both p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

The University News September 11, 2002 H Sports Sports and stuff Baseball players are people, too Bobby Crook When I first stepped into UD as a fresh- man, I expected to be the Big Man on Campus. After all, at a school with such <&T a small student body, things would be just like high school, right? I mean, the cliques, the gos- sip, the overwhelming school spirit from the majority of the student body, all the things prevalent from a high school envi- ronment. I was coming straight out of a large high school and totally adjusted to the social caste system, so I figured fitting in and making friends right away would be simple. Plus, I was a baseball player, and ev- eryone loves jocks, right? I learned right away that things were different here from what I expected. Making friends was a bit more difficult, and it seemed that in many cases, my sta- tus as a member of the baseball team made tilings worse. I remember a conversation with a girl at my freshman orientation which I th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

September 11, 2002 The University News 13 Commentary News Editorial Board Ryan Chisnn Janet Hendrickson Meghan Kuckelman 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 between 600 and 900 words in length. The University News reserves the right to edit submissions for grammar, length...

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