- Men's Basketball: Wildcats claw past Irish Depth of Kentucky roster proves too much for Notre Dame (By: KERRY SMITH Sports Writer)
In the end, the Wildcats were just too deep for the Irish. Downing Notre Dame 72-65 at the Joyce Center Saturday afternoon, the No. 12 Wildcats played on rested legs for most of the game, while the unranked Irish struggled to keep up.
- ND Women's Basketball: Irish overcome slow start to defeat Friars (By: KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
While most of the country was focusing on what the Irish could do against the top-ranked Connecticut Huskies today, the Irish were focused on taking care of business on Saturday. A strong Notre Dame bench came out against Providence and took home a solid 69-41 victory, marking just the second time the team has won a road game this season.
- Hockey: Irish unable to solve Maverick goaltender (By: CHRIS FEDERICO Assistant Sports Editor)
The Irish dropped two home games to conference rival Nebraska-Omaha — 3-2 on Friday and 4-2 on Saturday — and missed an opportunity to pick up points in a very tight CCHA race.
- Men's Tennis: Irish outman opposition in season opener (By: RACHEL BIBER Sports Writer)
Responding positively to the news of its No. 7 preseason ranking, the men's tennis team opened its season on Saturday by blanking both No. 75 UC-Irvine and No. 64 Furman, posting 7-0 victories against each squad.
- SMC Basketball: Belles' upset of Adrian falls short (By: JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
Saint Mary's was on the verge of an upset until the final minutes of their game Saturday afternoon against Adrian College. The Belles lost to the Bulldogs 81-76.
- Track and Field: Women win, men take third (By: DAVID COOK Sports Writer)
Just how strong is Liz Grow this year?
- Men's Swimming: Butterflies help carry Irish over Oakland (By: NOREEN GILLESPIE Sports Writer)
Oakland head coach Pete Hoveland is starting to think that his team should swim Notre Dame in its own pool.
- Men's Basketball: Thomas, Irish will overcome recent struggles (By: ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
The frustration on Chris Thomas' face revealed more about the young point guard than the black-and-white numbers on the stat sheet.
- ND Women's Basketball: Irish hope to hold their own against UConn (By: NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
- Make resolutions you don't mind breaking (Amy Schill Dazed and Amused)
New year, new disappointments.
- SATs do not answer cloning question (Andrew Henrick graduate student)
Recently, the U.S. Federal government has begun discussing legislation regarding cloning. A bill outlawing human cloning, which has already passed in the House, currently occupies the attention of the Senate. Concurrently, a presidential council has been assembled to discuss the pertinent issues regarding the delicate topic. According to the New York Times, on the first day of debate "the conversation ran the gamut, from debate over whether parents seeking egg donors should take the donors' SAT tests into account, to whether making babies the old-fashioned way — by sexual intercourse between a man and a woman — has any intrinsic worth."
- Quote of the Day (Sophocles playwright)
"Knowledge must come through action;
- Senate's delays cheat Americans of judges (Rob Nederhood Calvin College Chimes)
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
- Protect sense of community in University Village (Aaron Potter Notre Dame Law School '01)
Though the University could do better for its families and probably ought, the people calling for change rarely consider what could be lost in the process.
- SMC/ND honor Martin Luther King (By SARAH RYKOWSKI News Writer)
While students at many public and private universities will take today off from school to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., students at Notre Dame and Saint Mary's will remain in class.
- Panel: Symbols illustrate beliefs (By SARAH NESTOR News Writer)
Hoping to bring the community together, the Saint Mary's students and faculty held the second annual interfaith celebration Sunday.
- A day for dreaming This week on campus, Notre Dame's MLK committee will present a series of events honoring the life and acheivements of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (By CHRISTIE BOLSEN Scene Writer)
Almost 40 years before the collapse of the World Trade Center, Martin Luther King, Jr. had already predicted the remedy for America's distress.
- Making dreams reality — the chronology of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (By C. Spencer Beggs Scene Editor)