- No. 5 Irish dominate paint, ground No. 18 Eagles Leahy, Riley lead Irish to win (By KERRY SMITH Assistant Sports Editor)
When the No. 18 Boston College Eagles stepped on the court Saturday to face the No. 5 Irish, they had a simple game plan: contain the paint.
- Irish take time out from dream season for fans (Tim Casey Sports Writer)
The line stretched from under the basket, through the tunnel leading to the Irish locker room, and around toward the women's basketball office.
- Pittsburgh gets revenge at home against Notre Dame (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Notre Dame's NCAA tourney hopes took a hit Sunday as the men's basketball team stumbled with a 72-66 loss to Big East foe Pittsburgh on the road.
- Irish run strong against top competition at Meyo Invite (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
The Irish nipped the heels of America's great track and field athletes, running to tight finishes against veterans from the 1999 NCAA championships in this weekend's Meyo Invitational in the Loftus Center.
- Calvin ends Saint Mary's win streak (By KATIE McVOY Sports Writer)
After a two-game winning high, the Saint Mary's basketball team dropped its 11th conference game of the season.
- Irish sabre squad routs Midwest competition (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
- Notre Dame posts 11-1 record at Northwestern (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
- Icers split CCHA weekend series against Buckeyes (By MATT OLIVA Sports Writer)
The Irish survived a last-second Buckeye penalty shot to remain in fifth place in the CCHA standings. The close victory gave the Notre Dame hockey team (12-14-6, 9-8-5) a split in the weekend series in Columbus, Ohio.
- I Like Tigers. Big Ones (Adam Turner Assistant Web Administrator)
So usually I walk by the old lady that sits low, hiding in the brush, waiting for the evil dark ones who seek to destroy Notre Dame by stealing a chair or table from the dining hall. Legend has it that the day they figure out how to get a table through that side door by Dillon that Catholicism itself will meet its doom.
- Minorities not represented on TV (Staff Editorial )
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Ever since the networks announced their fall lineups last year, the Big Four have been scrambling to deal with accusations of racial bias in their programming.
- Sidewalk cleaning is unsatisfactory (Letter to the Editor )
I have been attending this University now for two years and have loved almost every second of it. I truly appreciate the lengths to which the University goes to beautify the campus. The ability to pick up every leaf on campus during a football game weekend not only makes the campus aesthetically pleasing but mind-boggling.
- ND's efforts for Sweatshop Task Force not yet complete (Letter to the Editor )
We should commend the University for the first university sweatshop code and calling for full disclosure. We have read much about the administration-appointed Sweatshop Task Force. They ponder child labor, living wage, safe and healthy working conditions, discrimination against women and immigrants, etc. We know of membership in fair Labor Association (FLA), hiring of PricewaterhouseCoopers to monitor adherence of contractors to university codes, cooperation with local religious groups, presence of inept or corrupt local unions and Notre Dame's enlistment of its alumni and alumnae in several foreign countries.
- SMC alumnae open up about homosexuality (Noreen Gillespie Saint Mary's editor)
As students, they were silent. As alumnae, they spoke.
- safeRide undergoes revisions (Laura Rompf Assistant News Editor)
SafeRide, the transportation system driving students from off-campus locations back to Notre Dame, has undergone revisions after its termination at the end of last year and should be running again in the next few weeks.
- Dyson to speak at lecture series (Maureen Smithe Assistant News Editor)
Ordained Baptist minister, best selling author and scholar Michael Eric Dyson will speak at the Hesburgh Library Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.. Dyson will be the keynote speaker as part of Office of Multicultural Student Affair's continuing lecture and fine art series titled "Leadership in Diversity: Recognizing Our Role Models."
- Aquinas' journey similar to ours (SARAH RYKOWSKI News Writer)
Father Thomas O'Meara brought Thomas Aquinas into the new millenium in his lecture "Real People and Real Presence: Thomas Aquinas on the Sacraments", held on Saturday as part of the day-long Third Annual Thomas Aquinas Symposium.
- 'Best yet' Revue scores with audiences (By MOLLY McSHANE Scene Writer)
If there is one thing college students cannot get enough of, it's crass, inappropriate, perverted humor. If there are two things, it's that and cheesy television theme songs.
- He Said (By SCOTT LITTLE )
I am Scott Little (big in all the right places). I like football, beer and women. Oh yeaaah, and pizza! Put them all together and I am in heaven.
- She said ... (By ERICKA RAVETTINE )
Hi! I am an off-campus senior with no prior Observer writing experience.