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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

4 March 24, 2004 The University News News Break out t eBarney i / n JJ Above: Freshmen Scott Laverick, Kristen Condotta, and Lauren Brannon enjoy the music. Top left: Sophomore Bridget McEwen strikes a pose for her homeland. Top right: Senior Jane Fiegenschue dances a jig at the St. Patty's Day celebration in the Rat. Left: Sophomore Tom Ranieri and grad student Fred Frasier entertain the masses gathered in the Rat with traditional Irish drinking songs. Lower Right: The bartender serves senior Adelle Sommers and junior Christian McGuigan. photos by Kevin Gilhooley/Crusader Yearbook Right: Seniors Joelle Castellanos, Becky Winstead, and Anne Marie Heyne celebrate on the patio outside the Rat. f You're anything but a typical engineering student. Destined for a desk job? No way. Check this out. The Navy Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate program that pays a $10,000 sign-on bonus and up to $75,000 to finish collegc...right now. Interface with the most advanced technology available. Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

6 March 24, 2004 The University News Sports Too Big a Deal? Steroid talk overwhelming Major League Baseball Many of baseball's biggest names are involved in this year's biggest sports controversy, namely the widespread allegations of steroid abuse among major league sluggers. Perennial all-stars Gary Sheffield, Jason Giambi, and Barry Bonds are the three highest profile names in an ongoing investigation focusing mainly on BALCO Laboratories, the company accused of supplying major leaguers with illegal performance enhancing drugs. The talk of steroid use in the MLB really started to pick up in 2003 when retired former all-star third-baseman Ken Caminitti admitted to abusing steroids while in the major leagues. This followed reports from attention- starved former slugger Jose Canseco that more than 50 percent of the players in major league baseball used illegal performance enhancers. Now the government is getting involved. A grand jury recently produced a 120-page indictment of BALCO ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

March 24, 2004 The University News Sports A strong defense Lacrosse team shows promise over weekend by Amanda Stout Contributing Writer The University of Dallas Lady Crusaders lacrosse team worked hard this past weekend and put up a strong front during the 2004 Texas Invitational. UD hosted the tournament, the first of it kind in both school and state history Teams playing in the tourna- ment came from all over the country; from Washington state, the University of Puget Sound; from Oregon, Linfield College; from California, Claremont Mudd-Scripts. UD served as the only representative of Texas, be- ing the first school in the state to have a Division III Varstiy La- crosse program. Though the Crusaders did not come out on top during the tour- nament, co-captain Shannon Right: Goalie Megan Thornell runs around the back of the goal after making a crucial save. Thornell was an important ingredient to UD's strong defense. Eric Martinez/ University News McHugh said she was very pleased wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

8 March 24, 2004 The University News Feat Seven volun- teers repaired a house in rural Ken- tucky during Alterna- tive Spring Break. 1 ASB participants James Melnick, junior seminar ian; Diane Pohlmeier, campus minister of out reach; Alex Tran, junior; Anna Nguyen, junior Vincent Anyama, senior seminarian; Jodi Dickens junior; and Will Straten, second-year pre-theolo gian, sit on the newly re-shingled roof. Frank Wilford/Coritributor Called to become by Jodi Dickens Assistant Editor Editor's Note; This is the second part in a three-part series on stu- dent travel. Manual labor. Every UD student knows what this phrase means, but six of them experienced it first-hand during Alternative Spring Break ( ASB). These missionaries spent a week in western Kentucky re- roofing a house. But the experience was not just about re-roofing a house. It was not just shoveling shingles and hammering nails eight hours a day. It was about life and reality. "It's about being out there helping our neighbo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

The University News March 24, 2004 URES ^SsSSr s£5?*i2fla^ R'^Sgg iS^&S&SaiSSiSto® Diane Pohlmeier/Contributor Food was another way in which the missionaries grew together. Each night, two students cooked a meal for the rest of the group. The participants ate and talked, discussing the day, their lives back in Irving, speculations about the other ASB group in Ecuador, and observations about each other. Reflection and night prayer followed the meal. Usually, the ASBers had enough energy to play a few card games and sing songs before going to bed. As the week progressed, nicknames for each missionary, quotes, and group jokes further cemented the communal experience. During the trip, the missionaries lived out perhaps the least tangible of the cornerstones, simplicity. Though the participants had a general idea of what they would do each day and the final goal for the week, they still had to remain open to the challenges and blessings of each day. "We were limited in what we pa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

10 March 24, 2004 The University News Arts & Entertainment Tickets available for Mourning Becomes Electra GfllQE to the Arts " "heater March 24 - March 27, Pocket Sandwich The- atre: Shanghai Moon. Tickets start at $8. March 24-March 28, Fort Worth Community Arts Center and Scott Theatre: The Lion in Win- ter. Tickets start at $10. March 24 - March 28, Courtyard Theatre: For- ever Pia id. Tickets $25. March 24-March 28, Desoto Corner Theatre: The Rainmaker. Tickets start at $10, $5 for pre- view night. March 24-April 3, Irv- ing Arts Center: I'll Be Back Before Midnight. Tickets start at $12. March 31-Apri! 4, Mar- garet Johnsson Theater: Mourning Becomes Electra. Free Admission. Music March 27, Irving Arts Center: Irving Chorale p rese nts Classical... and Not So Classical. Tickets start at $12. March 28, Eisemann Center for the Perform- ing Arts: Piano Sym- phony performs Peter and the Wolf. Tickets start at $8. March 29, SMU Caruth Auditorium: Emerson String Quartet. Tickets ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

March 24, 2004 The University News 11 Arts & Entertainment Zombies better than average in Snyder s Dawn by FS Movie Reviewer Commercial director Zack Snyder's remake of George Romero's zombie classic Dawn of the Dead (wide release) lacks the satirical subtext of the original, which made sport of American consumer culture while piling on the gore. It's a much more conventional tale of a bunch of unlikely comrades fighting off some bloodthirsty predators. (The undead move a lot faster than they did in 1978, too.) Once that's understood, however, the picture is a better- than-average example of the genre. It boasts a terrifically exciting pre-title sequence setting the apocalyptic scene, and the succeeding narrative has a nice balance of action, scares and humor. And only a couple of the plot threads—especially one involving a pregnancy— stumble. It can't match the original's punch, but this Dawn still comes on strong. Jim Carrey muffles his usual brazen persona in Eternal Sunshine...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

12 March 24, 2004 The University News Commentary -During ih/s time of- such nice (j^ciTb-eCy ohe <ju€^-hion occupies zv-crcj stud-eri~t 's fr/nd ■ toa2a> News Editorial Board Margaret Forget Meghan Kuckelman Rebecca Leland Jodi Dickens 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, thought...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

March 24, 2004 The University News 13 Commentary UD education prepares graduates for uniquely obscure occupations Almost as many jokes have been cracked about the seeming uselessness of a UD education as about Britney Spears. (Bet you never thought you'd see that name in the same sentence as our revered institution.) Let's try it again: Britney is the antithesis of a UD education. (Woo, that was exhilarating.) De- spair and joke no longer, our friends and trusty readers. It is not so futile as you might think. Picture this: you graduate from UD and within two months you are the first female ring- leader of Barnum & Bailey's cir- cus! Wait! You aren't, because Maryclaire already took that job. But here are some other things you could be: Jazzercise in- structor. Mind, soul, and body are important in this re- spected career. How does this relate to your education as an indepen- dent thinker? There is truly no exercise mo- tivation quite like the Homeric epithet. "You go, girl of t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

14 March 24, 2004 The University News Commentary Professor urges continuation of UD tradition by Dr. Matthew Ogilive Guest Columnist Some recent discussions have been concerned for our new president's com- mitment to Catholic orthodoxy. Some of these discussions may be misinterpreted to mean something contrary to UD's mis- sion. I would like to address some of those possible misunderstandings. The siege mentality of "Catholicism against all others" was buried by John XXIII's aggiornamento. Pope John's vi- sion saw us going beyond a view of a Church and world locked in mortal battle, to the vision proclaimed in Gaudium et Spes of seeing other people as partners in dialogue, of showing them respect and love even when they disagree with us (cf. n28,40,43). Gaudium etSpes teaches that the Church exists for the brotherhood and sisterhood of all people (n3) and that our duty is to read "the signs of the times,'' interpreting them in the light of our faith (n4). The Council expects Catholi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

March 24, 2004 ~"he University News 15 Commentary Flowering peach trees part qfUD history by Lyle Novinski Guest Columnist The entrance of spring is her- alded in the middle of March by the new color of the flowering peach trees on campus. This year the display is particularly bright, outside the Cap Bar, be- hind Carpenter, in the Cain Courtyard, at Lynch, and the campus front lawn. These flow- ering peach trees, of various col- ors, are all scions from the seeds of a pair planted by the late bene- factor Beatrice Haggerty in 1960 in front of the first new small Art Building, then back in the woods behind the main campus. Over the years these two small trees grew, became large bloom- Freshmen from 1995 toil in the sun, pre- paring a space to plant a peach tree. Lyle Novinski/ Contributor ing specimens, and succumbed to old age and borers. Before their loss, the ground cover had become home to many little sap- lings from the dropped seeds of these two trees. I set some of these sapl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 24 March 2004

16 March 24, 2004 The University News Back Page \l ednesday 24th • Serve a meal at the Dallas Life Foundation: 4- 7:30 p.m.; call Diane in Campus Ministry at x5165 • Career Fair: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. in Haggar Foyer; bring resumes • Slam Poetry: 8 p.m in the Rat • May term Astronomy in Colorado: Informational meeting, 4-4:30 p.m. in SB2 • SG elections: in Haggar T hursday 25th • Core Text Lecture: Six Characters in Search of a Conscience: Defining Action and Character in Mansfield Park; given by Dr. Theresa Kenney; 3:30-5 p.m. in the Art History Auditorium • TGIT: 9 p.m. in the Rat, Open Mic Night • International Festival: During the day in Haggar and on the Mall 1 riday 26th • 80s Dance: 9 p.m. - midnight, tickets $5 for couples, $3 for singles; costume contest with prizes • Interpretation of the Bible in the Church: Where do we go from here?'. A provocative lecture on scriptural ex- egesis by James Kruggel, Ph.D. Candidate from Catholic University; 3 p.m. in the Art History Auditorium...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

Untversi PallaS. ews volume XXXIII, Number 20 resiidential candidate addresses acuity, SG University of Dallas, Irving, Texas Beyond IIP | Alcohol in Irving An action committee gathers signatures to put Irving's alcohol laws to a vote in September March 31. 2004 by Meghan Kuckelman Dr. Francis D. Lazarus Editor in Chief Dr. Francis M. Lazarus, candidate for the UD presidency, spoke to members of the Constantin College faculty, SG, and The University News last Thursday as part of the selection process for the new president. He also spoke to the GSM faculty the same day Lazarus, currently vice president and provost of the University of San Diego, first told his audience he feels his own values as an administrator and educator—truth, wisdom, and virtue—to be closely in line with UD's values. "There is a wonderful congruence between the values and qualities of the University of Dallas and my own values and qualities," he said. Virtue, he said, comes from the Latin word for courage and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

March 31, 2004 The University News News News Editor in Chief Meghan Kuckelman Assistant Editor Jodi Dickens News Editor Rebecca Leland Assistant News Editor Lincy George Commentary Editor Margaret Forget Arts & Entertainment Editor Maryclaire Becan Sports Editor Robert Hartle Photo Editor Eric Martinez Advertising Manager Anton Hartmann Webmaster Margaret Ballard Subscriptions Manager Debbie Sterbin 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. Cah 972-721-5056 for information. 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) 721-4023 or fax query to (972) 721-4136. Ads must be submitted by Thursday at 5 p.m. for publication the following Wednesday. Tolkien course ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

March 31, 2004 The University News News UD to phase out computer science major, White says by Johanna Hoirnes Contributing Writer UD's computer science major will be phased out by the end of 2006 as a result of the university's current belt- tightening stance, Dr. Walker White, professor of math and computer science, announced last week. Students who are declared majors may complete their degree plans; however, the incoming freshmen class will not have the option of majoring in computer science. A concentration will still be offered. "The collapse of the tech industry has caused computer science enrollments to drop by 4 percent," he said. In the fall semester 2003, a commission was organized to investigate other computer science programs at similar educational institutions, such as Trinity College and Austin College. The t faculty members. Dr. Thomas Lindsay, provost, made the decision to cut the commission found that other liberal arts institutions were also struggling with their c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

4 March 31, 2004 The University News News Search CO NT. FROM PG. 1 Lazarus said the world is hungry for the type of education UD is able to impart, a fact that will carry UD to the outside world of corporations and businesses. "It's a message that brings people together," he said. "It's a message that helps people understand how you bridge differences. It's a message that helps people understand how you form allegiances, alliances....It's a message that makes people want to support such an institution." Lazarus said he did recognize that UD has problems that cannot be solved easily. These problems are daunting, he said, but not debilitating. In addition, these problems should allow members of the UD community to exercise creativity in using the core strengths of the institution to make UD not only successful, but prosperous. Since the core strengths of the university are already well established, he said, "the issue is to handle the temporalities." In handling those temporalities, m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

S March 31, 2004 The University News News Irving residents to weigh issue of alcohol sales Alcohol CO NT. FROM PAGE 1 tax increases instead." Based on the experiences of other cities that recently passed similar ordinances, alcohol tax revenue would be around $1 mil- lion, Wallace said. Businesses also have an in- centive to see this initiative pass. "If you compare sales from Albertson's in Frisco (which sells alcohol) to the Albertson's in Irving... there is a 20-22 per- cent difference in revenue due to alcohol sales," Wallace said. New interest in change The effort to introduce the sale of beer and wine at designated re- tail locations was prompted by community interest and legislative changes. "Many Irving residents and businesses have come forward, saying they'd like to see this issue taken up. [Also], the law change in September made it easier to have a successful petition drive," Wallace said. At a Glance Proponents - Irving Citizens for Economic Growth - The Greater Irving-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 31 March 2004

March 31, 2004 The University News News Seeking exegetical opinion helpful for correct reading of Scripture by Jacob Brown Contributing Writer The Catholic Mass is the highest exegetical activity, the most perfect "actualization" of Scripture, James Kruggel, doctoral candidate at Catholic University of America, said. In his lecture Friday afternoon, titled Interpretation of the Bible in the Church: Where do we go from here?, Kruggel discussed "actualization" as one key aspect in the interpretation of Scripture, "Actualization is not only putting into practice what we are taught but sitting in the presence of the Word itself, whether in the context of the liturgy or private study," he said. Scripture is "supple enough" to be read meaningfully by anyone, but Kruggel stressed that the "average reader" needs to ask the right questions and seek the help of an exegete. Because of this need, Kruggel advocated a more exegetical homily—a more objective interpretation of the readings of the M...

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