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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

ures The University News April 8, "998 7 evity gites with good '40 years On Irving fun." The two aren't sure how much longer they will continue cutting hair. "That's a good question," Bryson said, "Doyle's only got a year or so left on his lease and when it gets down to there, whatever he decides I'm ready." "If he says work," Bryson continued, "we'll work, but if he says quit, we're gonna turn this thing back, we're gonna turn it back." When Bryson and Ivins finally do turn it back, Bryson maintained that he and Ivins are going to relax. "Horses,"Bryson said,"Doyle's gonna ride'em and I'm gonna bet on 'em," When that day comes, hundreds of people from Irving and the entire Dallas metroplex will be searching for a new place to get a haircut. One thing is certain however, wherever Bryson and Ivins'former patrons decide to go for future haircuts, it will never be able to match the comfort, camaraderie and quality of Doyle's Barber Shop. "Doyle and I have one of the best business partn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

8 April 8,1998 Commentary The University News Talk Soup Springer, Sally, Ricki, Montel: television's sad disease Kara Kortman Four words: Jerry, Sally, Montel, Ricki Every day, these fine people provide a television showcase of America's most pathetic citizens. Topics for these forums range from "Angry viewers battle the KKK" to "Which of these four men is the father of my baby?" Even more fun are the commercial breaks, be- fore which the hosts ask,"Do you have a terrible secret to tell,"or"Are you having an affair with your girlfriend's motherland invite any viewers who answer"yes"to these questions to call in and book a spot on the show. The classiest episodes are, of course, the"shock- ing confession"episodes. At least twice a week, our daytime TV deities provide a confessional of sorts, where any number of shocking secrets are revealed. We are a society obsessed with public confession. Guests on these shows seek absolution from host, audience and viewers. For some, the media is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

The University News Commentary April 8,1998 9 University News Editorial Board Daniel Kennelly Aaron Deacon John Campbell Opinions expressed in The University News are those of the writer of the ar- ticle or of the editorial board. They are not necessarily those of The University News or the University of Dallas. Editorial Pay raises bolster faculty Students know how important the faculty are to this university. The administration has repeatedly upheld the faculty as one of the school's greatest assets. Now the Board ofTrustees has shown it recognizes this fact. The Board has committed to a five-year plan to bring the University's faculty salaries in line with the faculty salaries of other comparable universities. The University has had remarkably lowturnoveramong many of its most distinguished faculty.This low turnover rate is a testa- ment to the unique position of UD in the broader landscape of American higher education, to the academic freedom afforded at a truly "liberal" univer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

10 April 8,1998 News The University News Slow dancing the night away... T , I 1« Mr I* II iaJ kvml-ts I k# j ■^■4^1 _ I* r« Mrhr? | •w^rjm'.r "j ■ hvUHdi ■ ■ FrW I ' M Y LLP- Ir.U ILiJ i brmTnni ■ il^iink. Idl Ll-iXIi! fS72i MOCfW / 4HJH7 I ! V- i i i p ■ ¥ p I I I Uidl photo by Sharon Black Juniors Jon Bird and Mary Sullivan share a memorable moment professor Bruce Evans' band provided a variety of music to which last Friday night at the Spring Formal. The event, held at the students danced. Las Colinas Country Club, drew over 150 UD couples. GSM WANTED: EDITOR-IN- Do you have any aspirations in the field of journalism? Do you want to acquire experience with publications? Do you want to be given free reign with advanced technology? Applications for next years news staff for The University News are now being accepted. 1 addition to the top position, we need editors for News, Features, Arts& E nlertaffiment, Commentary, and Sports Positions are also available in the areas of adve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

The University News Sports April 8,1998 11 ... i e. . l v 1 *l Ti .h v.l i "*"■ Sportstalk with Strockbine By Richard Strockbine Athletic Director BULLETS: • It's encouraging to see the number of soccer players, both men and women, who are out before class in the morn- ings working out. Yes, six o'clock hap- pens twice a day. • Larry Harmon of Facilities has done another piece of first class work at the baseball field. He built a nifty scorers tabll into the backstop for Patty Danko, Erin Daughters, Sarah Crawford and the rest of the scorekeeping crew. • Prior to being blanked in the second game of the of the Paul Qu inn double- header by Jermaine Walton, David Biagini had a 22 game hitting streak. • The Athletic's Award's Evening is scheduled for April 29. That's when we pass out letter awards as well as our Student-Athlete award which was won by Dennis White, soccer player last year. All-conference awards are also presented. • To play or not to play in the American Southwest Confe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 April 1998

SportsWeek April 8,1998 The University News Page 12 Thread of hope runs through Dallas sports Professional sports in the Dallas area has been as varied this year as a Denny's Grand Slam breakfast. On a good day, the eggs are hot, the toast isn't burnt and the juice is fresh; but sometimes, and the sometimes is perhaps a bit too often, the eggs are watery, the toast is burnt and a piece of chicken has somehow found its way onto the plate. Well, this year, the Cowboys have been the watery eggs, the Mavericks the burnt toast and the Rangers the stanky juice, but help is on the way! The Dallas Stars have rebounded nicely from last year's disappointing early playoff exit. To this point in the season, the boys in green, gold and black have posted a 44-21-11 record. Although the Stars have suffered lately, dropped three of their last four games, the playoffs are approaching, and that will mark the return of injured center Mike Modano, and the Stars hope to fare better than last season. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

T # 4 L niven ^STITU^ News DAU^ Volume XXVII, Number 11 http://acad.udallas.edu/udnews Wednesday, April22,1998 SG executive council prepares for next year Claim that a major goal is to increase student participation in campus activities By Colet Coug hli n Contributing Writer The newly elected executive student council is pre- paring for next year's activities for the student body.The decisive votes were made in the elections on April 6 and 7. Dan Oldenburg is the new president. Nathan Brown Is the vice president of programming, Matt Mehan is vice president of senate, Matt Hogan is treasurer, and Annette Kilroy is next year's secretary. "There is already a strong link between the students, faculty, and administration, but for next year I have envi- sioned more involvement with more interest,"Oldenburg stated. Brown says he wants to "provide a great year for the senior class. We want to publicize all SG events and reflect the desires of the student body with SG events." He also expre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

2 April 22,1998 News The University News On April 22 - April 28 Celebrate Earth Week beginning with today's Biology, Earth, and Health Awareness Day activities on the Mall from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be col- lection bins in the Rathskellar, so bring your re- cycleables. Earth Sense mugs can also be purchased here.* A Dominican Priest will be avail- able from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in the campus ministry office for confessions. * Study with SG. Free coffee in Gorman from 10:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m. Earth Week continues in the Rat. There will be collection bins, so bring your re- cycleables. Purchase and Earth Sense mug here* A Do- minican priest will be available from 10:00 a.m.-l :00 p.m. in the cam- pus ministry office for confessions from 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. Under- graduate and Braniff early registration for fall, Mayterm, and summer term classes in upstairs Carpenter. Make sure to getyour advisor's signature on your registration sheet. Upperclass- men will go first on both da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

The University News News April 22,1998 3 Beyond the Bubble A brief look at major events in local, national and world news CHINESE DISSIDENT Wang Dan was freed from a Chinese jail this week, after being imprisoned for leading pro-democracy movements. He was jailed for three years and six months following his involvement in the 1989 pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananment Square. In 1995 he was arrested again on similar charges, and was serving an 11 -year sentence when released. The event marks the second release of a Chinese dis- sident in six months. Government critic Wei Jingsheng was released in November. ■ LEADERS FROM 34 DEMOCRATIC NATIONS renewed their pledge to construct a free-trade zone through- out the Americas within the next seven years. During the Summit of the Americas in Santiago, Chile, the leaders vowed to take steps toward this goal, and attempted to begin negotiating issues such as market ac- cess, government procurement, and investment. Congress, however, has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

4 April 22,1998 Arts & The University News Students present Shakespeare on mainstage By Molly Tomutsa Arts and Entertainment Co-editor Exploring many of the same themes as last semester's The Tempest will be The Winter's Tale, opening April 22 and running through May 2. As the last two plays Shakespeare wrote. The Tempest and The Winter's Tale both explore the themes of lost children, betrayal, revenge and the power of forgiveness, each in very dif- ferent ways. In The Tempest, the time frame correlates to real time and the action never leaves the island. The action of the play is not focused, and the play jumps from one scene to the next. In The Winter's Tale the action is extremely focused, yet concepts of time and space are thrown out the window. For one scene, Shakespeare personifies Time as he speaks to the audience. The action of the play is set in Sicily and Bohemia, two very differ- ent locations. Directors Bryant Mason and Kyle Lemieux see The Winter'sTale in three genr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

The University News Arts & April 22,1998 5 Moore returns, Walken pleases and the festival closes By F.S. Contributing Writer The Big One (Landmark's Inwood). Rotund populist provocateur Michae Moore (Roger and Me) returns with an- other documentary assault on corpo- movie reviews rate greed, arranged around his book tour. A trifle smug, but also agreeably barbed and quite funny. City of Angels (wide release). Wim Wenders' marvelous Wings of Desire (1988) has been transformed into a typically sappy American romance, about an angel (Nicolas Cage) who chooses to become human after fall- ing for a doe-eyed doctor (Meg Ryan). Some good visuals, but the whimsy of this Ghost retread curdles pretty quickly. The Suicide Kings (wide release). A cleverly-constructed little thriller, in which a oddly off-kilter mob figure (Christopher Walken) is kidnapped by four young friends to exchange for one's sister, who's also been snatched. The twists aren't as surprising as those photo corniest/ Tw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

4 April 22,1998 The University News Feai Ollie Durh (1:00- 1:45) Ollie Durhl consists of UDjunior Joshua Martin (bass, vocals), and his brothers Micah (guitar) and Seth (drums)."We've always wanted to be famous, but are prepared to join the ranks of the blue-collar worker if necessary." De Anima (6:00 - 6:45) De Anima consists of former UD student Matt Thornton (at right) and current UD students Andy Farley, Pat Burch and Tim Kiassen. Thornton is flying to Dallas from Chicago to play. The first of drummer Andy Farley's three bands during Mallapalooza. Mallapalo / 98 SATURDAY, APRIL 25,1:0C The fourth annual Mallapalooza music festiva s set for Saturday, Apr at 1:00 in the afternoon and end at midnight. Eight campus bands are The World Shakers, 12 Bar Fury and De Anima), and four are new to the Dick and the Hitmen). Domestic Problems, a band from Michigan, is h< willi be impersonating the King from 5:00 - 5:45 and will be available f Ditch the books for at least one Saturday and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

lures The University News April 22,1998 7 ozA ) p.m. - midnight 5 on the mall. Barring rai n, the event will commence playing; four are returning from last year (Free Beer, event (Ollie Durhl, Vomit, 2nd Hand Smoleand Dirty eadltning the festival at 7:15pm, and Johnny Lovett ■ pictures after his show. e best of UD music and a little more. up. .. k ire ts. n le k ige ;ra 2nd Hand Smoke (4:00 - 4:45) 2nd Hand Smoke consists of UD students Will Johnson (at right), Pierre Dupree and John Bryd. On Mallapalooza Attractions If you could choose any group to come to Mall Sumo wrestling from Texas Sumo, 3:00 - 7:00 pm palooza speaks would you Miller, Shiner Bock and Budweiser $ 1.75/1 6oz and $3.50/28oz (refills $2.75) 'The Beatles because was almost named after one of their so rigs." - Molly Desmond, freshman Cafeteria dinner will be served on the mall 'Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch because it gives me good vibrations." Sound provided by Bobby Klaus of Pro Audio Sound - Mark Porembski, juni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

8 April 22,1998 Commentary The University News rom Madame Bovary to Cosmopolitan Lessons we've never learned about love and marriage Deal Hudson Ed. Note: The following article by Deal Hudson was the subject of his lecture last semester, "From Madame Bovary to Cosmopolitan/Though Cosmopolitan magazine rejected the article for publication, we saw it fit to print it. College professors are often accused of living in an ivory tower, especially those who teach philosophy, like I do. But based upon 15 years of teaching in Atlanta and New York City I can report that it feels more like a war in the trenches than an enclosed garden of moss-covered scholars.This is especially the case in dealing with stories about love and marriage, both the stories we read about in books and the stories we hear from our students. People forget that philosophers were telling these stories, and interpreting them, centuries before psychologists and sociologists came on the scene. We are rarely aware of the way...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

The University News Commentary April 22,1998 9 University News Editorial Board Daniel Kennelly Aaron Deacon John Campbell Opinions expressed in The University News are those of the writer of the ar- ticle or of the editorial board. They are not necessarily those of The University News or the University of Dallas. Editorial Time for change in housing requirement It's that time of year again. Final exams are just around the corner, term papers are nearly due and preparations for next semester are already beginning. While making those preparations, many juniors-to-be are con- fronted with the on-campus housing requirement.This policy, and the procedure by which it is administered, should be seriously reexamined, both for the benefit of students and in light of the projected enrollment increases. The common complaint is that the student apartments are too ex- pensive. For four students to live in a two-bedroom student apartment next year from mid-August to mid-May, it will cost a total ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

10 April 22,1998 News The University News ^Campus Safety RT [DEWJ V April 11 — April 16 4/11-10:00 a.m. - Campus Safety recieved a call from the GSM Admis- sions Building located at Hwy 114 and Cistercian Road that there was a truck parked at the entrance to the property with a person passed out in the vehicle. When officers arrived they found that the vehicle had rolled into a creekthat runs through the property.The Irving Police and Irving Fire Department were called to the scene. An Irving Police officer broke out a window on the vehicle so paramedics could get access to the subject inside the truck. Paramedics determined that the driver was indiabetic shock and administered medicla treatment.The driver was then transported to Irving Healthcare System. 4/14-7:45 a.m. - An administrative assistant in one of the universities offices reported that someone had stolen forty=three dollars in food snacks from the offices. 4/16 - 5:44 a.m. - Safety Officers observed a male subject steali...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

The University News 11 Sports April 22,1998 Coach Leonard takes job at UTD By Aaron Deacon Editor-in-Chief The University of Dallas women's basketball program has been accus- tomed to losing in recent years. Dur- ing her second year. Coach Rachelle Leonard tried to change that attitude with some measure of success. Toward the end of this past sea- son, the team began to gel and play with a competitiveness and intensity that may have been lacking before. Leonard's brief stint at UD has earned helped her to be named the head women's basketball coach at the Uni- versity of Texas-Dallas. "I just felt like it was a good oppor- tunity for myself," Leonard said. UTD will field both a men's and women's basketball team for the first time next year, allowing Leonard to build the program from the ground up. "I think that, definitely within the next couple of years, there is an oppor- tunity for it to be successful," Leonard said of her new program. UTD has about 9,000 students, compared to the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 22 April 1998

SportsWesk April 22,1998 The University News Page 12 QBs center- stage at NFL draft The Indianapolis Colts and the San Diego Chargers hope to have solved their quarterback problems on Sat- urday with the acquisition of Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf, respectively. The Colts hope Manning's cool head and leadership will have an immedi- ate impact on their team, while the Chargers hope Leaf will develop into a John Elway type of quarterback. umn By Lance Curtright In the rest of the top five the Ari- zona Cardinals picked defensive end Andre Wadsworth of Florida State, the Oakland Raiders picked Heisman-win- ner Charles Woodson and the Chicago Bears chose running back Curtis Enis. A better pick for the Cardinals would have been Grant Wistrom of Nebraska. Wistrom, however, was overlooked and not picked up until the sixth pick by St. Louis. Charles Woodson was quite the play maker for the Wolverines, but the Raiders havea habit of drafting former Heisman-winners and still having los- ing s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 November 1998

University University of Dallas, Irving,Texas Volume XXVIII, Number 8 November 1L 1998 Attendance hits record high at 'all sit Day by Jason Pierce News Editor A record number of prospec- tive students and their parents visited UD Saturday for the first of two Fall Visit Days scheduled this month. Larry Webb, assistant direc- tor of admission, said Saturday's program set a record. "We had around 550 R.S.V.P.s and 450 of those families actually came,"' Webb said. "It was more than we have ever had before." Webb also said that because of so many campus visitors the admission staff came upon a prob- lem never experienced before, namely, a lack of parking. "Compared to last year, our numbers dou- bled. So, yes, the week- end was successful." -Julie Schneider, Fall Visit Day organizer "For the first time, we had to rent two shuttle vans to bring people to campus who had to park in the NCFI parking lot across the street from Tower Village," he said. Aside from the difficult parking situati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 11 November 1998

2 News November 11,1998 University News DAV University News unews@acad.udallas.edu Editor in Chief Lisa A. Makson Managing Editor & Ad Manager Kara Kortman Arts & Entertainment Editor Molly Tomutsa Assistant Arts & Ent. Editor Kelly Ernst Commentary Editor Allison Sklaney Features Editor Sarah Jacobi Assistant Features Editor Eileen Hughes News Editor Jason Pierce Assistant News Editor Mary Marcellus Photo Editor Avinash Narine Sports Editor Melissa Borden Assistant Sports Editor Vincent O'Shea Editorial Cartoonist Kathy Ladd Ph otograph ers Carolyn Baldwin, Adeel Khan, Theresa Burkett Rome Correspondents Jason Torres, Matt Christensen Editorial Advisors Dr. Sam Bostaph, Dr. Frank Swietek, Dr. Joe Norton Reporters Jeanne Horan, Thomas Karako, Anthony King, Kathy Ladd, Katey McGinness, Cheryl Miller, Erin Nieme, Mona Parikh, Kelly Phillips, Jack Price, Marie Rains, Krista Thom, Tracy Villecco, Meghan Walbran The University .Yt'icv is a weekly student newspaper of the Univ...

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