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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

4 May 5, 2004 The University News News Chaplain CONT. FROM PAGE 1 "I nicknamed him the Mr. Chips of UD. It would be that type of presence that I would like to emulate." Working with young people is a job Logan has always enjoyed. "I'm getting older; I'm 73," he said. "I've been blessed... almost all of my priestly ministry has been with young people who have kept my mind and my spirit young." The only thing that upsets Logan about this ministry is that his body might not be able to keep up. "The youth give me energy. Starting June 1, Fr. John Logan will conduct services at the Church of the Incarnation and minister to students' spiritual needs. even though I'm a few generations away from them in that regard," he said. Much of Logan's career as a priest has been involved with youth in at least some capacity, including work as a professor. Recent years saw him become involved with campus ministry and student life. He served as dean of students and chair of student mentor and evaluatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May 5, 2004 The University News News Budget CONT. FROM PAGE 1 limited the amounts it pays for health insurance and retirement contributions. "We have done a number of things across all aspects of the university to reduce operating costs," he said. "I don't think anybody here has been excluded from that in one form or another." In addition to saving money, administrators have proposed several ideas to increase revenue in coming years. Among these changes are higher tuition and a larger student body, Galecke said. "At the December Board meeting, we increased tuition because we have to tell students what it's going to cost," he said. The plan to increase enrollment would be a gradual process with the ultimate goal being a total of 1400-1500 undergraduate students, Galecke said. The current undergraduate enrollment is 1100-1200, so this would increase each class by about 75 students. While such an increase might cause changes in housing, class size, and dining services, Galecke does not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

(fa May 5, 2004 The University News News WHAT'S IN A NAME? engineer In the early 40's, Patrick E. Haggerty (pictured at right) worked for Texas Instruments, Inc. Over the years, he served as executive vice president and president of the small firm, which has since developed into a tech- nological leader. All photos courtesy of UD Archives shared practical, philosophical gi Its by Charla Bowman Contributing Writer It is the home of computer labs, the mathematics department, and the biology labs. The Patrick E. Haggerty Science Center is the base for mathematic and scientific scholarship on the UD campus. This was not always the case, however. Before the opening of the Science Center in 1985, the physics and math departments were located in the basement of Braniff while the biology and chemistry departments called upstairs Carpenter home. Dr. Frank Doe, dean of Constantin College and professor of biology, said science students fresh out of high school would remark that their high scho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May 5, 2004 The University News News 100010101010010001010101001010101101000010101001010010 0100101101010111101010001110010101101011010010101111000 0101001011101010111000101010010010010010101000010010110 0001010001010001001111010001010010010100001101111010101 010100 000101 010001 110100 100110 100101 101001 001000 101110 100101 001010 011001 101010 100101 011110 101001 101100 100101 101001 001000 101110 100101 001010 011001 101010 100101 011110 101001 101100 010010 0010101 I I Rogue virus disrupts UD network by Johanna Holmes Contributing Writer A rogue file sharing software, not a computer virus, was responsible for the recent disruption of network ser- vice to some students on campus. In 100 percent of the cases where the service was dis- rupted to a student computer, the file sharing software pro- grams Kazaa and Downloaded had been installed. Sean Malone, director of academic in- formation systems, said these pro- grams are called "rogue" because "even though students had to spe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

3 May 5, 2004 The University News EATURES the Good NeWs Proclaiming UD students use Catholic forma- tion to catechize children at a local parish. by Liricy George Assistant News Editor The prospect of teaching classes every Sunday may not appeal to typical college stu- dents who spend their week- ends partying, catching up on homework, or just relaxing. But six UD students de- voted their Sundays this past school year to educating chil- dren about the Catholic faith. Juniors Kathleen Mehan, Leah Bourgea, Patty McPeak, Crystal Ozaeta, Kristin Reible, and Julia Landry taught Confraternity of Catholic Doctrine (CCD) classes at St. Luke's parish, Irving. Working in pairs, the stu- dents taught the Ten Com- mandments, using the Faith and Life Series, to mostly hispanic children. Mehan, who worked with J3ourgea teaching third grad- ers, said teaching the CCD class enabled her to approach her faith from the perspective of a teacher rather than a stu- dent. "It is a good chance for us who t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

^ay5^00£^he^University^News^^^^g EATURES post- L by John Carse Contributing Writer With summer just around the corner, many UD seniors are still trying to decide what they will do after graduation. From begin- ning a career to attending grad school to the vast chasm of in- determinacy, many paths are available to the graduating se- nior. While several seniors remain undecided about what they will do next year, some have already made plans for life after gradua- tion. Senior politics major Mary Jo White has decided to stay in Irv- ing and go to graduate school at UD. "I plan to enter the master's program in English, work on campus, and live a mile away from school," she said. White will live in The Colony, a nearby apartment complex with a high concentration of UD graduate students. "It's my feeble attempt to get outside the bubble,*' she said. White did not always plan to go to graduate school at UD. Rather, it was something she de- cided only recently. "I knew I wanted to get more ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

10 May 5, 2004 The University News Fea- Teaching abroad: A Spanish experience by John Carse Contributing Writer The relationship between teaching English, swimming in the Mediterranean, and spiritual formation may not be immediately clear. But for some UD students, going to Spain to teach English this summer, it will be. "We're going to Marbella, to a school for boys," junior Spanish major Garrett DeMarco said. "We'll be teaching English for a couple hours a day." DeMarco is one of five UD men who plan to teach English to Spanish children for several weeks this summer. Aside from studying English, numerous other activities await both the boys and college students. Sophomore John Rhodes, who participated in the program last summer, said some of these activities include horseback riding, trips to the beach, playing soccer and basketball, bowling, racing go-carts, hiking, and swimming. "We started in the mornings and would teach for about three hours or less. After that we would have s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

The University News May 5, 2004 11 TURES ijjr irwssw* it t * MS SP0^s T V^desw«^;^^. r >iii « r; \ II ' JI ft II One of the reflecting pools inside the Alhambra, an Arabic palace in Granada. r 90 <5? A/[ark p^slZciz ^ngi of Alhambra Q Dn/_„ :^e Spanish sun a t' ^odes, ancf '«-*ssrc '-"*« ~ 5S;l,r« ;f? Sophomore JT Kennelly gazes up at Granada Tower... in Granada. /# An average day of classes also includes breaks for sports, with soccer being a favorite.

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

12 May 5, 2004 The University News Arts & Entertainment Student-produced Hamlet graces Orpheion amphitheater by Maryclaire Becan A&E Editor Last weekend, audiences were treated to a production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. The production showcased a variety of actors, very well put together by directors Janet Kowalewski and Luke Mutschler, both juniors, with the help of stage manager Andrea Francois, also a junior. Lionel Yaceczko took on the role of Hamlet with surprising ease. The prince's distraction, confusion and struggle were easily readable and the intensity of his emotional output was obvious. For the amount of energy and memorization that was demanded of Yaceczko, he was phenomenal. He never faltered. Kathleen Davis was also impressive in her portrayal of Ophelia. Her passion towards Hamlet added much to the production and, though her madness seemed slightly hesitant at a few moments, she was mostly right on target. Her facial expression was without flaw and her ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May 5, 2004 The University News 13 Arts & Entertainment Nice Mean Girls, awful Envy, ghastly Godsend by FS Movie Reviewer Another teen comedy about high school cliques is hardly a promising prospect, but in the event Mean Girls (wide release) proves surprisingly sharp and winning. Lindsay Lohan, who just recently stunk up the big screen in another picture with a very similar premise (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen), fares far better this time around, working with a spiky script by Tina Fey (of Saturday Night Live) and the director (Mark Waters) who also guided her in her breakout role in Freaky Friday. The result does not quite match the classics of the genre— the amusingly goofy Clueless and the darkly humorous Heathers—hut in comparison to the recent competition, Mean Girls is a nice treat. Meanwhile Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore try to recreate the old Tracy-Hepburn Adam's Rib magic in Laws of Attraction (wide release), a romantic comedy in which they play dueling d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

14 May 5, 2004 The University News Sports Stop being such a sack! Manning family loses respectability with whining over San Diego Eli Manning should be booed every time he steps foot on an NFL field. Manning, the number one pick in this year's draft, threatened to sit out the entire 2004-05 season if he was drafted by the San Diego Chargers. Manning and his father Archie have maintained their desire for him to play for the New York Giants who had the number four overall pick in the draft. Archie Manning has been reported as telling the Charger organization not to draft his son because he is not a good fit for their system. Let's get serious, Archie, you just don't want little Eli playing for a mediocre franchise. Sorry Archie, but number one picks never go to good teams. He should know this as well as anyone. Archie Manning was one of the best college quarterbacks in history but never had much success in the NFL. He spent 14 years quarterbacking New Orleans, Houston and Minnesota in...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May5, 2004 The University News IS Sports A great way to spend a birthday Lone Star Park a combination of beauty and sheer horse power by Nick Tammaro Contributing Writer As the summer begins, the world of horse racing at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie hit full stride. Last Saturday, the 130th running of the Kentucky Derby was won by Smarty Jones before an on-track crowd of over 140,000 at Churchill Downs. Horse racing is left off of most lists of major sports. It is widely considered to be based solely on gambling and nothing more. It was even called "NASCAR for horses" by alleged sports guru Jim Rome. However, Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie epitomizes the beauty and pageantry of a sport that has been a part of American culture for over 130 years. Lone Star is one of the country's newest facilities, having opened in 1997. The complex itself is comprised of the racetrack, a skate park, and Nextstage, a concert venue that will host Ruben Studdard, Mary J. Blige, and A Perfect Circle...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

16 May 5, 2004 The University News Commentary 7\e Four Corneal *°i'A STRESS k Sprh Ooph • morp ' 1 - tt=>' — 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, thoughtful, and between 600 and 900 words in ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May 5, 2004 The University News 17 Commentary Superf icial alterations suggested to improve already revitalized U 3 In this time of presidential prom- ise, we figure it is time to put in our two cents. (We'll make change from some of our nickels!) Think about it. We have a freshly elected SG president, the national presiden- tial election is in full swing, and UD will have a brand-new presi- dent come this summer. The time is ripe and our page is blank. We have a duty and a column to fill. Here are some of our sugges- tions for next year. First of all, the buildings. Car- penter, everyone knows, is slowly sliding down the hill. Before we know it, the hall will be slanted so badly you could roll a marble down it. Or yourself. Hold your wrecking balls, demo- lition men! Let's turn Carpenter into a fun house. And while we're at it, could some please relocate Braniff to Texas? It currently appears to think it is outer Siberia; the tem- perature is about right to make a polar bear shiver...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

18 May 5, 2004 The University News Commentary Gay activists demand tolerance of immorality by Andrew Parker At the majority of Ameri- Contributing Writer can universities, someone writing an article against homosexual behavior would be labeled a homophobe. Very likely, the university paper would not even publish the article, or the author would be run out of town for his gross injustice. Why is it at UD that someone is able to write an article against homosexual behavior while the rest of America proceeds in their more enlightened ways? Fortunately, it is because people at UD are free, unlike much of enlightened America. Sadly, many Americans who would otherwise not agree with morally depraved behavior are forced to comply with homosexual demands under fear of being intolerant bigots. Of course, I am an intolerant fanatic if I do not accept sodomy as a full expres- sion of man's God-given meaning or fail to show my eccentric enthusiasm over same-sex couples and "families;" a homosex...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

May 5, 2004 The University News 19 Commentary Questionable review sparks thoughts on definition o art by Jennifer Cummings Contributing Writer To me, Maryclaire Becan's review of the 100 Drawings exhibit in the Haggerty Gallery elicits confusion as to whether she and I had seen the same show and also leads me to ponder the very definition and nature of art. First of all, she repeatedly states there are 100 works of art in the gallery, which is understandable considering the name of the exhibit; but the casual observer who walks around the gallery carrying the list of works will be surprised to note there are actually only 68. This factual error is not, however, the reason for my disagreement with Ms. Becan and aes- thetic quandary. The cause of my bewilderment is in- stead her declaration that "there is a very clear display of effort and attention to detail in every work presented." As I was involved in the installation of the exhibit, I consider myself familiar with most of the pie...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 5 May 2004

20 May 5, 2004 The University News Back Page ednesday 5th • Deadline for returnging Senior Plans and Awards Information to the Registrar's Office • Cap and Gown pickup: 1-3 p.m. in Lynch • Swing club heads to Son's of Herman Hall 1: 8:30 p.m. to midnight. Transportation provided. • Ceramics Sale: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Haggar Foyer • Artist or Pirate?: The Forging of Copyright Law. Public pre- sentation by Adrienne Rekerdres, 2:15 p.m. in the Art History Auditorium. Sponsored by the art department. T hursday 6th • Cap and Gown Pickup: 1-3 p.m. in Registrar's Office • Convocation: 3:30 p.m. in Lynch • TGIT: Cinco de Mayo celebration with the Pat Boos Salsa Explosion, 9 p.m in the Rat • Hawaii UD: 4-7 p.m. at the pool • Study Break for Business Majors and Future Profes- sionals: 5-7 p.m. in Upstairs Haggar. F, riday 7th • Underground Directing Lab: 7 p.m. in the Drama Building • Closing receptions for senior art presentations and exhibitions: 6-7 p.m. s aturday 8th Finals begin: 9 a.m. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 September 2004

Universit Palla% ews Volume XXXIV Number 1 University of Dallas, Irving, Texas September 8, 2004 Lazarus assumes presidency, begins work by Jodi Dickens Editor in Chief Dr. Francis Lazarus has spent the first two months of his tenure as seventh president of the University of Dallas becoming familiar with the workings of the university and striving to fulfill the promises he made before he assumed office July 1. "I spent a good deal of my time making good on my promises of what I would do in my first hundred days/' he said, During this transition period, Lazarus has spent time learning about UD. "I'm still trying t& learn more about the faculty and the departments at the institution and finally getting to meet some students, hooray," he said. Lazarus said the biggest surprise he has encountered thus far was the financial condition of the university. "The university's financial condition was a little worse than I thought it was/' he said. This knowledge has not daunted the new pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 September 2004

September 8 , 2004 The University News News News Editor in Chief Jodi Dickens Eric Martinez News Editor Lincy George Assistant News Editor unfilled Commentary Editor Margaret Ballard Arts & Entertainment Editor Maryclaire Becan Features Editor Monica Bond Sports Editor Zach Czaia Photo Editor Catherine Alvis 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. Call 972-721-5056 for information, The University News is also available online at www.udalla.sncws.com. 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. Burk assumes new position as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The University News — 8 September 2004

September 8, 2004 The University News News Lazarus CO NT. FROM PAGE 1 people who are moving into their senior year of high school, whom we already know So, we're not starting off from scratch as we have every other year," he said. Besides raising enrollment numbers, Lazarus plans to spend a good deal of time raising awareness about UD in the Dallas metroplex. Lazarus is hoping increased knowledge about the university will increase donations for the annual fund. "I'm starting to make a number of public speeches and appearances of various kinds. "I'm going to try to bring as many possible donors as I can on campus. That's particularly true of local businesses that I'd like to urge to support the university," he said. A major source of local funding, Lazarus said, can be found in Las Colinas. "I want the people in Las Colinas particularly to come on campus and see what kind of place this is, how we work, how intense it is, and how we are their anchor tenant on the eastern end," he said...

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