- Zooperstars watch for Irish victory Animal-impersonators to entertain fans at Lady Irish basketball game (By NOAH AMSTADTER Assistant Sports Editor)
When a team is No. 1 in the country, even the celebrities come out to the games.
- Scott taught about life (Tim Casey Assistant Sports Editor)
On Monday night, sports and the real world intertwined.
- Destination victory: Belles take to road (KATIE MCVOY Assistant Sports Editor)
The Belles are hoping to strike out on the road to victory today following a 0-3 home stand. They will take on the Scots of Alma at 7:30 p.m. in Cappaert Gymnasium at Alma.
- MVP not as valuable as some might say (Kevin Berchou Sports Writer)
Sunday night, between watching Bob Dole hawk cola products and seeing an unfortunate spill of a BudLight ruin an otherwise romantic night, I was able to take in the Ravens' demolition of the Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. In a game that was about as enthralling as the Fiesta Bowl, I only kept watching to see who would be named the game's MVP.
- A boy's world (Kathleen O'Brien Associate Sports Editor)
A boy's world
- Officials address diversity issues (MSPS What's Your Shade?)
Have you ever met James Riley? He's an Admissions Counselor in the Office of Admissions. Great guy ... and a good person to have on your Bookstore Basketball team. He and his wife, Mirella, both graduated with me in 1994.
- Quote of the Day (John Stuart Mill economist)
"He who knows only his own side of the case, knows little of that."
- Graduates express support for Monologues (Play inspired pride on all-women's campus)
I want to commend those ladies at the Saint Mary's College campus who are speaking out in support of "The Vagina Monologues." Saint Mary's claims that they are helping young women develop into independent and confident women. Canceling this play sends the message that they are developing intelligent, sexless and emotionless creatures and not women.
- Graduates express support for Monologues (Art encourages debate)
In recent commentary, "The Vagina Monologues" has been termed blunt, vulgar, simply too disgusting for words. The unspoken accusation seems to be that it is pornography, rather than art.
- Graduates express support for Monologues (Application of Church teaching is inconsistent )
After many years in the shadow of the Dome, the administration of Saint Mary's College has finally come out. President Marilou Eldred's decision to prohibit the performance of a play on campus of our sister school is the most embarrassing decision yet, outstripping (barely) Notre Dame's intellectually incoherent treatment of the GLND/SMC issue.
- Americans must question veracity of rumors (Letter to the Editor )
While I respect Mr. Marchand's right to disagree with Mr. Clinton's politics and to doubt his achievements I have to take issue with the first few claims in his Jan. 29 column. Namely, that the Clintons "shook down Democratic fat-cat donors for more than $200,000 in housewarming gifts" and "cleverly timed" the gifts to skirt Senatorial regulations on donations. I'm not living in the United States right now, yet even with my meager Internet resources in five minutes I was able to dig up more facts than Mr. Marchand did. Since when does slinging unproven accusations count as journalism?
- Taking a leap (ERIN LaRUFFA )
With an ambitious plan to fully fund every varsity sport, AD Kevin White hopes to vault Notre Dame to the very top of NCAA athletics
- Men's coaches predict big changes to come with funding boost (TIM CASEY In Focus Writer)
When asked what effect the addition of 7.9 scholarships will have on his squad, men's swimming coach Tim Welsh offered a quick response.
- Stroking ahead Women's crew hopes to reap huge benefits from plan (KERRY SMITH In Focus Writer)
With one all-encompassing plan to fully fund all varsity sports, Notre Dame has given the women's rowing program a big boost on its way to becoming competitive in the national arena.
- Plan will impact Title IX compliance (CHRISTINE KRALY In Focus Writer)
With 36 of the 64 new scholarships going to women's sports, the University has decided that it's time for its female athletes to wear the pants on this campus.
- Community gathers in prayer for cancer victims Hundreds fill Zahm chapel to pray for Conor Murphy (By JASON McFARLEY Assistant News Editor)
While soft tunes from an acoustic guitar streamed through the Zahm Hall chapel Tuesday night, students' thoughtful prayers and quiet sobbing provided a fitting chorus for the occasion.
- Make-a-Wish visitor Scott Delgadillo passes away before transplant (By TIM CASEY News Writer)
Scott Delgadillo, the 14-year-old San Diego native who spoke at the Purdue pep rally, died at 9:10 Monday night in his home after a 12-month battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.