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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

6 April 30, 2003 The University News Arts & Entertainment Left: Freshmen Corey Stein and Eli Danze flash the camera in a weirdly "Girls Gone Wild" manner at Saturday's Mallapalooza. Be- low: Roger Clyne of Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers croons to an excitable crowd Saturday night. Photos by Eric Martinez Below: Six UD men begin what eventually became a thriving mosh pit as they jump around to the music of The Tempest. Right: Josh Sinclair of Little Mojo, a band out of Iowa, serenades the crowd Saturday afternoon with the help of his drummer/brother Nick Sinclair. Bottom: Alpaca County, a UD band comprised of Adam Muller, Annie Crabbe, Lori McCracken, Pete Simek and drummer Joe Linn, sings its increasingly familiar songs to an eager audience. The band, which began as the duo Annie and Lori, has now re- corded several songs at a studio. V f X \

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

April 16, 2003 The University News 7 Arts & Entertainment wo thrillers, an insect, and folk music by FS Movie Reviewer Efforts to duplicate the enormous success of the 1973 con-men smash The Sting have continued for three decades, and Confidence (wide release) is the latest. It's also one of the more successful Ed Burns plays Jake Vig, a grifter whose crew has to pull a major scam in order to pay back money they've mistakenly stolen from a crime boss called Kingpin (Dustin Hoffman). Burns and Rachel Weisz, as a sultry pickpocket Vig adds to his gang, make a slightly colorless pair, but the supporting cast—Hoffman, Andy Garcia, Paul Giamatti, Donal Logue, Luis Guzman—enlivens the movie considerably. Confidence is no Sting, but it's provides some mildly diverting sleight-of-hand. Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians is crossed with Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho in I dentity (wide release), an extremely contrived bit of business about a bunch of strangers trapped at an isolated Nevada ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

8 April 30, 2003 The University News The University News April 30, 2003 9 Features dios, azorla retires a ter 45 years at D by Meghan Kuckelman Editor in Chief When Hazel Cazorla, pro- fessor of Spanish, retires after 45 years of teaching next month, there is one thing she will not miss. "I shall miss everything ex- cept marking papers," she said. Cazorla came to UD in 1958 when she and her husband ar- rived in the U.S. for what they thought was going to be a short stay. Her husband Eugemo, a lawyer from Spain, accepted a fellowship to study law at SMU, and the two, along with their young daughter traveled to Dallas. Since the stipend her hus- band received for his fellow- ship would not support three people, Cazorla decided to ap- ply for a job teaching Spanish. Then when Cazorla attempted to obtain the proper papers in order to work in the U.S., the British Consul told her she would have an easier time if she legally immigrated as the U.S. was trying to fill a quote of British imm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

10 APr'l 30, 2003 The University News Sports Crusaders outlast Central Baptist for sweep Doubleheader includes 13 inning game, two UD wins by Bobby Crook Sports Editor On UD baseball's senior day, catcher Adrian Cantu took cen- ter stage. Between games, he was hon- ored along with third baseman Greg Sommers for his accom- plishments throughout his col- legiate career. On the field, Cantu made his final at-bat at Crusader Field count, blasting a bases-loaded single to rightfield to clinch the first of two Crusader victories over Central Baptist in a 13-in- ning thriller Saturday. All told, game one of the doubleheader, which was sched- uled for seven innings, needed six extra frames and four hours to finish. In game 1, the Crusaders bolted out to a 7-1 lead in the first three innings behind an ex- plosive offensive performance and solid pitching from fresh- man starter John Seaman. The Crusaders' offense, how- ever, faded as the game contin- ued, while Central Baptist chipped away at...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

The University News April 30, 2003 H Sports Lady Crusaders close with split Postseason fate pending after 18-6 season by Bobby Crook Sports Editor The Lady Crusaders softball team finished the regular sea- son Sunday, splitting a double- header with the University of Texas-Permian Basin, pushing the squad's record to 18-6 on the season. In the first game of the doubleheader, the Lady Cru- saders took advantage of domi- nant pitching and solid hitting to capture an 11-3 win. Sophomore pitcher Kristin Difrancesco was outstanding on the rubber, allowing three hits and one earned run in six innings of work. Difrancesco held the Univer- sity of Texas-Permian Basin's batters hitless through five in- nings before allowing all three hits in the sixth. At the plate, the Lady Cru- saders combined for 11 runs on 13 hits against a pitching staff that held them to one run on five hits in two games earlier this season. Leading the way at the plate for the Lady Crusaders was jun- ior third baseman...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

12 APril 30, 2003 The University News Commentary \USTlT/r News Editorial Board Anna Smith 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 new sroom or at udconmentaries@yahoo.com 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,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

April 30, 2003 ~he University News Commentary lynn's speech ust as conservative as Jensen s is liberal by Fritz Vonhamme Guest Columnist In Daniel Flynn's book, Why the Left Hates America: Exposing the Lies That Have Obscured Our Nation's Greatness, he uses the tale of the Trojan horse to describe how America is being ripped to shreds from within. He argues that in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks a limited number of insensitive liberals blamed the hijackings on America's faults. He even quoted Dr. Robert Jensen, the would-be speaker who has recently sparked a major controversy at UD. Shortly after 9/11, Jensen apparently compared the terrorist hijackings to, say, dropping a nuclear warhead on a non-military city like Nagasaki or our treatment of the Second Indochinese War and the massive civilian casualties there. And with such accusations, by Flynn's reckoning, Jensen is not a good American. What is the difference between the Sept. 11 hijackings and, say, dropping an A-bomb o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

APr'l 30, 2003 The University News Commentary rom poetry to family / Lasseter smiles at his wife, Ruth, who wrote and edited a history textbook series for parochial schools with him during the last two years. Dr. Rollin Lasseter s nephew reflects on his life and career on the eve of his retirement by Andrew Rozario Guest Columnist Blood brings certain privi- leges. It is an honor, though unearned, to write this tribute to my great-uncle, Dr. Rollin Lasseter, a professor of English who is retiring from teaching. In 1992, Lasseter and his wife Ruth invited my mother, a recent Catholic convert, to South Bend, Indi, to join them for Easter Triduum. Their prayerful work had precipitated her conversion. I was in fifth grade then and dis- tinctly remember Easter vigil at the Notre Dame Basilica: the lights were out, and a dark for- est of standing adults sur- rounded me. Suddenly, a rumbling like an earthquake shook the church, and I faintly saw fists pounding the pews. Heavy doors crashed...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

April 30, 2003 The University News 15 Commentary SG analyzes details of ollege of Business approval Student Government College of Business Committee On June 11,2002, the Board of Trustees of the University of Dallas established the College of Business, a change that some consider to be the largest in the last 30 year of the university. Student Government responded by forming a committee that would seek to more fully address these questions and concerns as well as convey student interests to the university administration, Board of Trustees, and faculty. This committee conducted interviews with 12 faculty members and administrators. The committee carefully chose each interview in an effort to achieve a well-rounded view of the College of Business, one that presented informed arguments to address all facets of the various student concerns. The individuals interviewed were chosen according to three criteria: those who had been at the university for a substantial amount of time, those wh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 30 April 2003

IS April 30, 2003 The University News Back Page Find penny pinching posh at by Eric Martinez/Photo Editor While you may be buried in your thesis, while finals loom over your every move and your diet consists mainly of coffee and ibuprofen, it may become necessary at some point to flee Irving for a place even further than SMU's library. But if you do find yourself in the area of our Methodist friends in the West Village, or just want some gourmet style Asian cuisine for the price of your next Starbucks caffeine fix, head over to Tom Tom Noodle House. The small restaurant, a perfect date spot for a casual lunch or dinner, is very small inside, intricately decorated with low wooden tables and paneled walls to create the sense of the best of East meets chic and trendy West Village. The interior design has a permeating visual rhythm, which creates an atmosphere of relaxation, but the iamb of powerful stereo system lets you know not to stay too long. Although the restaurant and its patio ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

Universi Palla^ EWS Volume XXXII, Number 23 University of Dallas. Irving, Texas May 7, 2003 Church may give more to campus ministry by Janet Hendrickson Editor in Chief The finance committee of the Church of the Incarnation will meet with the president of the university this week in hopes of reaching a compromise on the president's earlier proposal to have the church take over all of campus ministry funding for the next three years in order to help alleviate the university's financial crunch. Msgr. Milam Joseph, president of the university, proposed the move early last month. "I'm just asking, because it's a funding source, 'Can you do a little more?"' he said The finance committee sent a letter to the president with a budget proposal and financial statements about the Church's contribution to campus ministry Monday, Dr. John Norris, chairman of the Church's finance committee, said. The committee and the president hope to have the decision made by the end of the month so that it can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

2 May 7, 2003 The University News News News Editor in Chief Janet Hendrickson Editor in Chief Meghan Kuckelman News Editor Rebecca Leland Features Editor Chirs Bowman Commentary Editor Anna Smith Arts & Entertainment Editor Ben Gibson Sports Editor Bobby Crook Photo Editor Eric Martinez Advertising Managers Debbie Haas Christy Collins Webmaster Adam Papama Student Assistant Louis Shopen Editorial Advisers Dr. Joe Norton Dr. Frank Swietek 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. Award, cont. from page i UD's Best Buddies program receives reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

May 7, 2003 The University News News Three seniors plan studies in Britain by Calah Taylor Contributing Writer When three UD seniors graduate in just a few weeks, they will look forward not to immediate entry into the work force. Nor will they look forward to beginning graduate studies in a traditional American school. All three will head for Great Britain. Sean Lewis, a senior English major, will study medieval and early modern English literature at University College, Oxford. "I really like the British approach to the early studies; they use the texts as the primary resources and criticism as secondary;' Lewis said. This is different from the way graduate studies are conducted in the U.S. Here, Lewis said, the criticisms are used as the primary texts as opposed to using the actual texts. Lewis will study literature first and foremost, but he will also do interdisciplinary work, which will give him a better appreciation of the literature as a whole. Lewis plans to receive his maste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

4 May 7, 2003 The University News News Church Parish contribution up for discussion also hopes to raise the income of the Church in order to contribute more. The proposal, Joseph said, follows administration's three- year timeline to bring the university out of its deficit. The Church already funds approximately two-thirds of the campus ministry budget and spends "a great majority of its income" on the university, Norris said. "In comparison to other schools, our Church is certainly in the high end in terms of its dedication to campus ministry;' he said. Currently the Church pays about 60 percent of the campus ministry budget, which includes some operating costs as well as salaries and benefits for Denise Phillips, Diane Pohlmeier, and Carol Norris, Dr. Fred Zuker, dean of student services, said. The university pays the salaries and benefits of the three other employees, Fr. John Lydon, Fr. Jeffrey Ott, and Tim Muldoon. If the money is not raised, Zuker said cuts may be made in vari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

May 7, 2003 The University News 5 News Making Progress Construc- tion on the gym expan- sion domi- nates the scenery on the west side of campus. Progress is going "oustand- ingly," John Russell, director of facilities, said. Photo courtesy of Facilities —Campus Safety Report Saturday, April 26,12:12 p.m. A campus custodian reported the odor of natural gas in the Theresa Residence Hall. A Campus Safety officer responded with an electronic gas leak detector and inspected the residence hall. The officer determined the source of the leak was a faulty gas valve in the boiler room. A maintenance technician was contacted and the leak was repaired. Saturday, April 26, 9:06 a.m. A student notified a Campus Safety officer that someone dis- charged a fire extinguisher inside the second floor men's restroom of the Science Building. Saturday, April 26,11:42 a.m. A Campus Safety officer, while on routine patrol, observed a gap in a section of fence by the Andres Construction trailer. The gap was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

6 May 7, 2003 The University News Arts & Entertainment Senior Studios: Like dreams, but are they ? by Francis Borchardt Contributing Writer Before the lights go down the theater is abuzz with excitement. Classical mu- sic is playing, soothing the nerves of all those within, who have worked them- selves into a frenzy since returning from Easter Break. They worked on plays by day and did tech work by night. But fi- nally the frenzy is coming to a close, and opening night is here. The first play, A Florentine Tragedy by Oscar Wilde, is an incredibly tight story about passion and how quickly its winds can change. The script is seasoned with the wit and intelligence one expects from a Wilde play, and the story keeps the audience on the edge of its seat the whole way through. The actors, Sean Lewis, Alissa Guin, and Mike Watson are a delight portraying the three characters of the play. They rise up to the challenge of maintaining a lively and believable performance with only three act...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

May 7, 2003 The University News Arts & Entertainment X-Men return, but Reader rules by FS Movie Reviewer Those who enjoyed Bry an Singer's 2000 screen adaptation of the Marvel Comics X-Men franchise should also take to the sequel, X2: X-Men United (wide release). It's basically more of the same: an essentially simple story that allows for a string of action set-pieces and special effects scenes, leavened with a rather simplistic anti- prejudice message. In this installment, Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and his merry band of mutants led by Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) ally with the anti-assimilationist Magneto (Ian McKellen) and Mystique (Rebecca Romjin- Stamos) to defeat a government agent (Brian Cox) intent on destroying their kind. Unfortunately, an excess of characters jostle for attention over the two-hour span, and too many similarities to previous sci- fi sequels (The Empire Strikes Back, Star Trek II) rob it of the joy of discovery. Alan Camming is, however, a delight a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

8 May 7, 2003 The University News The University News May 7, 2003 9 Features i soldiers: For some, getting off-campus means going on-duty overseas A rifle hangs over the desert in Afghanistan, where Josh DeAses spent eight months in psy-ops. Last week, President Bush declared the major Iraq combat to be over. In recent U.S. conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, however, UD students who belong to military reserves have not been exempt from the summons "to action. by Tom Thoits Contributing Writer Joshua DeAses, a sophomore philosophy major and army reservist, returned from active duty in Afghanistan in November 2002. DeAses described his duties as a kind of military emissary to the Afghanis. "My M.O S (military occupational specialty), or my job, is psychological operations," he said. "It's something along the lines of 'winning the heart and minds," he said. "On the news, if you've heard of the leaflets being dropped on Iraq, that's one function of psy-ops. You're winning support f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

10 May 7, 2003 The University News Arts & Entertainment Senior art majors exhibit pinnacle o college careers At the end of every Spring semester, on the brink of their last week of finals and their graduation, senior art majors present their art work to the school and to the public. Suddenly, like some springtime flowers, art exhibits flood spaces all over campus, filling the campus with color and revealing the art majors' years of labor in their particular discipline. The exhibitions are one of the many requirements that each art student must fulfill in order to graduate, but most certainly they are the long-awaited pinnacle to the college career of every art major, a privilege they at last are granted. All art majors can recall the grueling hours of foundation/design classes freshman year: the color-wheel, the perspective drawings of the mall, and that oh-so-complicated group building project. Who knew that color theory would be so mathematical? Who fathomed that permanent mar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 7 May 2003

May 7, 2003 The University News H Arts & Entertainment Staff 3 icks What The News listens to A certain soothing something ime to get brainwashed There is a certain soothing something about Phantom Planets's The Guest. The voices are extremely melodic and the lead guitarrist obviously knows what he is about; the entire album is by turns mellow without becoming uninteresting and vibrant without becoming harsh. It is perfect for the kind of background music that infiltrates every routine movement with the suggestion of a headbob and tugs the corners of the mouth towards an unconscious lip sync. Ben Gibson A&E Editor Roll down the windows and drive all night.. ...even if it's tough to leave Impending graduation brings ghastly amounts of nostalgia. Nostalgia for the Texas I'll be leaving, for the country songs I never heard. Nostalgia for real alternative rock, for the grunge classics we cut the teeth of our teenage angst on, songs that most freshman probably haven't heard. When ...

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