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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 September 2002

The University News September 11, 2002 15 Commentary Bush should ignore bad foreign advice By Anna Smith Guest Columnist Outcries against US plans to unseat the current Iraqi dictator- ship have varied in their motiva- tion and ridiculousness. Although I am someone who is frequently accused of blind, brainwashed patriotism, I assure anyone who happens to read this article that, if provided with a reasonable alternative from a re- liable authority, I would be happy to reconsider my support for mili- tary action against Iraq. But given the litany of absur- dity I am about to outline, I am certain there is no such alterna- tive. First, and most infuriatingly, Saudi Arabian foreign minister Saud-al-Faisal said last week, "Whether Saddam Hussein re- mains or is removed from power is up to the Iraqi people. What makes us so gullible as to think we know what is better for the Iraqi people than the Iraqi people themselves?" Normally, a statement like this would have some truth to it, but th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

THE Universi ijp OALLAi: ews Volume XXXII, Number 4 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 18, 2002 Charity Week 2002 The Groundhog gives it up Photo courtesy of Janet Hendrickson Father Robert Maguire attempts to escape from the Charity Week jail, a traditional fundraiser hosted by the senior class, during Charity Week of fall 2000. by Meghan Kuckelman News Editor The junior class hopes to raise over $20,000 for local charities during this year's Charity Week. "In the past it's hovered right around $16,000 to $18 000," Charity Week co-chair Adam Toodsaid. "We'dlike to break the record." The theme for the week this year is The Groundhog gives it up: Charity Week 2002. Ain't nobody hoggin' this year. Todd and co-chair Kristin Vilbig came up with the theme this summer. "We only had three actual weeks of school to plan Charity Week," Todd said. ''Kristin and I had to come up with a theme on our own." The groundhog theme will be easy to relate to different activi- ties throughout...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

2 September 18, 2002 The University News News News Editor in Chief Janet Hendrickson News Editor Meghan Kuckelman Features Editor Katherine Cook Commentary Editor Ryan Chism Arts & Entertainment Editor Angela Danaher Sports Editor Bobby Crook Photo Editor Jodi Dickens Advertising Managers Petra Bradshaw Christi Collins Student Assistant Louis Shopen Editorial Advisers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek Staff'Writers Rebecca Leland Erin Watson The University News is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas, 1845 E. Northgate Dr., #732, Irving, TX, 75062. Subscriptions are $20 a semester or $35 a year. The University News 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. UD professor edits Medieval series by Rebecca Leland Staff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 3 news New club offers international job placement by Janet Hendrickson Editor in Chief An international organization that places students in work assignments abroad will start a chapter on campus, with informational meetings held Thursday. Sept. 19, and Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 5:30 p.m. in Gorman B. The club is called AIESEC, a French acronym that translates to "International Association of Students in Business and Economics." Todd Mason, local chapter president, said AIESEC can place recent Constantin and GSM graduates in jobs lasting two to 18 months with businesses around the world. AIESEC partners with global companies as well as organizations such as the UN, the World Bank, and the World Health Organization. Mason also said the organization can give members jobs teaching English. In exchange, students at the UD chapter will market trainees from other countries to local businesses, as well as provide logistic and cultural support on the trai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

4 September 18, 2002 The University News News Good imes, Much Love raises funds for ami lies of reedom by Erin Watson Staff Writer Students filled the Rat last Wednesday for Good Times Much Love, an open mic night commemorating the Sept. 11 attacks. The event, which was also held after the attacks last year, raises funds for The Fami- lies of Freedom Scholarship Fund, awarded to students whose parents died in the World Trade Center bombings. "Between this benefit and specific fundraisers during charity week, we raised $4000 for the scholarship fund," Jean Rekowski, vice president of programming, said about last year's event. The president of the Citizens Scholar- ship Foundation of America, the group that established the scholarship, was so appre- ciative of UD's donation that he wrote the school a letter thanking UD for its contri- bution, Rekowski said. Although more money was raised at last year's event, junior Mary Anne Tosetto, who organized this year's Good Times Much Love ben...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 5 News One year later Panel discusses poetry, politics in Sept. 11 aftermath £ IPt i Li I j I : I \ I I Photo by Robin Latiolais. Dr. Scott Crider, associate professor of English, discusses the media's manu- factured image of 9-11 and the subsequent war in Afghanistan, while Dr. Joshua Parens, left, and Dr. Leo Paul de Alvarez look on. by Stefan Syski Contributing Writer In an effort to analyze the effects of 9- 11, several professors spoke Wednesday at America Since 9-11: A Panel on Am erica's Destiny in a Changed World. Approximately 100 faculty, staff and students attended the presentation in upstairs Haggar. Dr. Louise Cowan, chair of the English department, began the discussion with Sept.. 11 and the Need for Poets. The event itself, she said, "was of such mammoth proportions, such stunning impact, that it almost immediately assumed the dimensions of a myth." Cowan said historical events similar in stature, such as the bombing of Pearl Har...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

6 September 18, 2002 The University News News j- ■ •< -V. - ,l- vi - < i - /. | • .. HBP d Hammers students give back to the community Students volunteered their time Saturday to help repair houses in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas as a part of Hearts and Hammers. UD worked on two houses this year for the first time. Volunteers cleaned yards, scraped paint from garage doors and eaves, and painted lawn furniture. A morning shift of 58 people and an afternoon shift of 34 people were organized, though some volunteers worked both shifts. For junior Christine Wiesinger, meeting the elderly woman whose house she was repairing was the best part of the day. "Meeting [this woman] was the best part because of the appreciation in her voice and [I enjoyed] knowing I had done a good tiling for other people," she said. Hearts and Hammers will return to the houses next Saturday to finish the projects. Students interested in volunteering can still sign up in Campus Ministry. -Jodi Dickens Top l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 Arts & Entertainment Rock is resurrected, renewed, recycled, reduced by Janet Hendrickson Editor in Chief Rock dies and resurrects. The revolu- tionary energy of 50's rock and roll suf- fered through the next | Review decade's saccharine boy- meets-girl ditties before some mighty powerful drugs slapped it back to life. Powerhouses like Led Zeppelin slumped into ballads; rock collapsed through the '80s like hairspray at the end of a sweaty concert; then self-hatred and suicide shot the vital force into grunge. But now pissed-off preteens control the playlists of so-called alternative stations, a bloated mess of Creed ballads goes back- to-back with Britney Spears, and main- stream rock is about as cool as a mullet in a Pantera T-shirt. Here the story changes, right? According to Rolling Stone, that musty bastion of high-dollar pop, yes. With a cover boasting four feisty young men in tight jeans and t-shirts, the Sept. 19 issue declares, "Roc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

10 September 18, 2002 The University News Arts & Entertainment Heavy Feathers, Synthetic Sisters what's happening concerts The Samples and Tom Askin Sept. 18 Gypsy Tea Room 214.744.9779 Dallas Symphony with violinist Julian Raclilin Sept. 20-21 Meyerson 214.692.0203 Mr. Big/ Enuff Z'Nufl7 Aska Sept. 21 Bronco Bowl Canyon Club 214.943.8088 Bob Marley Festival Sept. 22 Bronco Bowl Canyon Club 214.943.8088 Dallas Wind Symphony "Made in the USA" Sept. 24 214.528.5576 Ryan Adams Sept. 28 Granada Theater ticketmaster.com galleries Education through Oct. 12 Photographic Archives Lab and Gallery 214.352.3167 theatre Of Mice and Men through Sept. 29 Arts District Theater 214.522.8499 The Last Session through Sept. 29 Trinity Arts Center 214.219.2718 Barefoot in the Park Sept 25-29 Naomi Bruton Main Stage Dallas Convention Center 214.743.2449 by FS Movie Reviewer The fifth filmization of A.E.W. Mason's The Four Feathers (wide release) is an opulent but morose and I Review emotionally tepi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 Arts & Entertainment Rover Dramawerks' latest effort a successful revision of Salesman by Peter Fricker Contributing Writer A brave endeavor into the unknown, The Ride Down Mount Morgan is one of Arthur Miller's least produced | Review plays, and therefore a natu- ral choice for the local Rover Dramawerks theatre troupe. Rover Dramawerks prides itself on pro- ducing quirky, off-beat plays by respected playwrights. Seeing as how that is its in- tention, gold was struck with The Ride Down Mount Morgan. This eccentric play ran through August at the Wateriower Theater in Addison. It strictly concerns itself with the character of Lyman Felt—a man who awakes from a car wreck to find himself recovering in a hospital. Drama CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 Is it worth Any Given Sunday, Si/none. City Hall, The Devil's Advocate, The God- father: Part III? Or any of the other pieces of junk Pacino has been cranking out for posterity on celluloid, when he could b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

12 September 18, 2002 The University News Sports Men's soccer rebounds against Hendrix 4-2 Crusader win snaps four-game losing skid by Bobby Crook Sports Editor The Crusader soccer team defeated Hendrix 4-2 Sunday to raise their record this season to 2-4. Against Hendrix, the Crusaders shined on both sides of the field, netting four well earned goals and playing opportunistic defense. For the Crusaders, Sunday's success was the first step in rebounding from a difficult four -game losing stretch. Before a difficult 3-1 loss to Austin Col- lege Saturday, the squad had amassed three losses against formidable opponents Hardin-Simmons, Southwestern, and Trin- ity in three consecutive days. The squad fell to Hardin-Simmons in heartbreaking fashion, losing 1-0 in over- time. The following day against Southwest- ern, the Crusaders again performed well, but fell short in a 3-0 loss. After two hard-fought losses, a tired Crusader team closed out the weekend against a talented Trinity squad. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 13 Sports UD Scoreboard Sports and stuff A-Rod is Most Muable Player As the Texas Rangers have spent their summer mired in the depths of last place in the American League West, there has been one star shining above Ar- lington and the ^ rest of the Ameri- can League. Shortstop Alex Rodriguez, the highest paid Bobby Crook Player in the Ws" tory of profes- sional sports, has been exceptional for the Rangers at the plate, on the field, and in the clubhouse. His numbers speak for themselves. Currently Rodriguez is the major league leader by a wide margin in both home runs and runs batted in, while still posting an above .300 batting average. By the first week of September, he had already broken his own major league record for home runs by a shortstop with 55, and has a legitimate chance to become only the sixth player in baseball history to reach the hallowed total of 60 homers. In the field, he has been magnificent at short, playing at a gold glov...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

14 September 18, 2002 The University News 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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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

The University News September 18, 2002 15 Commentary lorida should consider rehab over prison for its juveniles by Elisabet Pierucci Guest Columnist In Pensacola, FL, Alex and Derek King, 13 and 14, respec- tively, were convicted of second- degree murder for the death of their father, Terry King. Although the details of the crime are bi- zarre, the trial brings to light one of the most difficult questions regarding the justice system. How do we punished juveniles convicted of violent crimes? Do we offer some leniency to juve- It is not simply a matter of under- standing right from wrong. The main issue is whether or not these children have the potential to be rehabili- tated. niles in the belief that rehabilita- tion is possible or, do we assume that hope for change is slim and condemn them to a life in prison? In Florida, the choices are very limited. Legislation in response to an increasing crime rate among juveniles in the late '80s and early '90s makes it easier for prosecutors ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 18 September 2002

16 September 18, 2002 The University News Back Page =NQAB syMc)rayTu^dayV\fedneajay ThursdayFridaySaturday w ednesday 18th Health insurance waivers due in Student Life Yearbook photos, Haggar foyer, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Dr. Laurette Dekat talk, Gorman faculty lounge, 6 p.m. Mandatory freshman/ new transfer student meeting, 7:15 p.m. Lynch Best Buddies meeting, 8 p.m., upstairsHaggar T hursday 19th Yearbook photos, Haggar foyer, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Graduate school application seminar, Gorman Faculty Lounge, 4 p.m. AIESEC informational meeting, Gorman B 5:30 p.m. TGIT, 9 p.m., the Rat F. riday 20th Academic forum, Dr. DiLorenzo. The Troubles in the Church Today: A Dantesque View, 7 p.m., Catherine lounge. Friday night movie sponsored by Psych Club, The Matrix, 7 p.m, Art History auditorium. s aturday 21st • Hearts and Hammers, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. s unday 22nd • Charity Week begins; Family Day. • Movie sponsored by Spanish department: Buena Vista Social Club, 7 p.m., Lynch M onday 23rd Air Band, 8:...

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

Q October 2 , 2002 The University News Features Charity Week 2002: UD students Father Maguire s getaway cars and other UD jailbreak myths ( by Angela Danaher A&E editor Charity Week is one of UD's more notable traditions, and Father Robert Maguire's annual flight from the jail is among the more agressive of these traditions. Dr. David Davies, Chair of the English department, said, "I've been here for 17 years, and as far back as I remember he has always tried to escape." Stories of previous escapes abound. Senior Larry Mitinaul heard that Maguire once actually "chewed a hole through the wire of the fence" and convinced his fellow prisoners to help him enlarge it. It was through a group effort that he was able to escape. Other stories depict Maguire as having inhuman strength. "I saw him break the door of the jail last year," photo by Kathryn Swegart Jailers carry Father Robert Maguire off to jail. Father Maguire's escape attempts are UD lore. sophomore, Bernard De Santis said. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 October 2002

The University News October 2 , 2002 9 Features out, have fun - once again UD groundhogs gave up $15,000 Charity Week, a UD tradition, is characterized by many different events. This year's theme was "The groundhog gives it up." And UD students gave up an estimated $15,000. The students escaped their classes by paying to put their professors in jail on Thursday and Friday. Students showcased their own talents at Open Mic Night and highlighted their lack of talent at the Air Band tip synch competition. The young men of UD were put up on the block at the all male auction and senior Patrick Boos crushed fruit for charity. -Katherine Cook iually inescapable A moat seemed to be the only thing the jail lacked, which included a holding cell and a pulley system. However, there seemed to be no intended mimicking of a medieval fortress — "This is what happens when you get the four of us together," Vederese said. Thirteen-foot walls discouraged even the most excitable prisoner from thoughts of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 2 October 2002

J 6 October 2, 2002 The University News Back Page ' SurmyMormyTLiesmyV\^driekJay ThursdayFridaySaturday \N ednesday 2nd SG open forum with administration. 4:30 p.m., Gorman A Circulo Italiano. 5:30 p.m., SALC Pre-Health Society meeting with speaker Megan Hoffman, Muscle Atrophy. 6 p.m. Gorman Faculty Lounge. Last Chance Lecture with Dr. Fratantuono, Mora! Responsibility: The Ethics of Waging War on Iraq. 7 p.m., Jerome lounge. Senior Studios box office opens. T hursday 3rd • Sean Lewis and his Irish band, TGIT, 10 p.m., the Rat. F, riday 4th First Friday Mass at Cistercian, 7:30 p.m. s aturday 5th • Trip to Japanese and Botanical Gardens. 11:45 a.m., sign up in SALC. • Luau. 4-10 p.m., Volleyball court. s unday 6th Hispanic Heritage Month movie, Man Facing Southeast. 7 p.m., Lynch First year student Mass at Cistercian. 7:30 p.m.; bus leaves from tower at 7:15 p.m. M oriday 7th Community 101 workshop, Food, Weight, and Diet: Friend or Foe: Exploring Your Relationship. 6 p.m., Gorman ...

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

THE Universi ews University of Dallas, Irving, QclObcr 9, 2002' Administrators speak at SG forum by Meghan Kuckelman News Editor The new business college, Ex Corde Ecclesiae, and campus diversity were all discussed at last Wednesday's SG forum with the administration. Administrators present were president Monsignor Milam Joseph; provost Dr. Tom Lindsay; Dr. Fred Zuker, dean of enrollment and student life; Robert Galecke, vice president of finance and administration; and Ilene Stern, vice president of institutional advancement. The university president opened the fo- rum speaking about three specific changes at UD. He first announced the initiation of the SG president and the chairman of the Faculty Senate into the board of trustees as guests who will sit in on meetings. Joseph then stressed the importance of the improving of the Maher athletic com- plex. "We're continuing to move forward, but not at a fast a pace as I'd like, on the reno- vation and expansion of the Maher Com- plex,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 9 October 2002

2 October 9, 2002 The University News News News Editor in Chief Janet Hendrickson News Editor Meghan Kuckelman Features Editor Katherine Cook Commentary Editor Ryan Cliism Arts & Entertainment Editor Angela Danaher Sports Editor Bobby Crook Photo Editor Jodi Dickens Advertising Managers Petra Bradshaw Christy Collins Student A ssistant Louis Shopen Editorial Advisers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek Staff Writers Rebecca Leland Erin Watson The University News, is the weekly student newspaper of the University of Dallas. 1845 E. Northgate Dr., #732, Irving, TX, 75062. Subscriptions are $20 a semester or $35 a year. The University News 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. Capital campaign drive postponed by Janet Hendrickson Edito...

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