- Wildcats hand Irish conference loss (By BRIAN KESSLER Sports Editor)
The road hasn't been very kind to the Notre Dame basketball team this season.
- NCAA needs a life (Ted Fox Fox Sports ... Almost)
Get a life.
- ND looks for record-breaking win over Pitt (By TIM CASEY Sports Writer)
Notre Dame looks to break a school record for consecutive victories when it hosts Pittsburgh in a Big East conference game tonight at the Joyce Center.
- Sachire leads Irish in upset over No. 18 Wildcats (By RACHEL BIBER Sporrs Writer)
Irish captain and All-American Ryan Sachire entered an invincible zone during yesterday's match against 18th-ranked Kentucky, and the rest of the team followed as the Irish stormed away with a 5-2 upset over one of the nation's toughest teams.
- Belles to take on conference rival Albion (By KATIE MCVOY Sports Writer)
The Saint Mary's basketball team hopes that injury and illness will not prevent a win against Albion College tonight.
- Admit mistake, hold another election (Editorial )
Since choosing Crissie Renner and Michelle Nagle as student body president and vice president, Saint Mary's Election Committee and Appeals Board members persistently have stated that the student voice resonated in their minds as they chose the representatives.
- Presidential election divides community (Letter to the Editor )
What was supposed to bring the Saint Mary's community together has instead torn us apart. One week ago, the first vote took place. With four tickets on the ballot, a run-off was certain and expected. What happened last Wednesday, however, was not expected.
- BOG failed, revote in order (Nakasha Ahmad )
The decision of the elections committee to consider Monday's vote final is patently ludicrous. A member of BOG stated last night that the election procedures of the board are patterned on those used for our actual government. However, there is no conceivable situation in the outside world in which a tie in a run-off would be decided by going back to the original vote. Doing this not only disregards 20 percent of Monday's voters, but also the extra 3 percent who voted on Wednesday.
- Elections Commitee should hold revote (Letter to the Editor )
Saint Mary's Board of Governance Election Committee has brought a great injustice against its students' democratic way of life. They have taken what was a great election race and ruined it on account of a petty technicality. A real authority figure with some knowledge of how the political process works needs to step in and overturn the Election Committee's decision. This panel is made up of students, most of whom have close connections with one ticket or the other, making any decision a biased one.
- It's clear students want Koelsch/Rodarte (Letter to the Editor )
As members of the Saint Mary's student body, we find it necessary to speak to the issues involved in this year's student body elections.
- Koelsch, Rodarte thank students (Letter to the Editor )
This has been a difficult several weeks for the two of us, and now that a final decision has been made, Emily and I would like to thank the student body of Saint Mary's for their concern about our school. The pure fact that a large number of our peers expressed their interest throughout the election process shows your concern.
- Renner defends complaint (Letter to the Editor )
I am writing to give a clear and accurate account of the events which led to the complaint filed concerning the election on Friday, Feb. 4. On Sunday, Feb. 6, I learned that the decision to hold a third election on Friday was made improperly.
- BOG applauds SMC, election decision (Letter to the Editor )
To the Members of the Saint Mary's student body:
- Koelsch resigns government position (By SARAH RYKOWSKI News Writer)
Emily Koelsch resigned her post as Board of Governance women's commissioner Tuesday after a week-long controversy surrounding election procedure, stating that she had "lost confidence and respect" for several members of the Board of Governance.
- Alumni support resignation (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
Days before their Feb. 4 meeting in Palm Beach, Fla., members of Notre Dame's Board of Trustees received a letter from more than 50 Notre Dame alumni criticizing the structure of the athletic department — specifically the leadership of athletic director Michael Wadsworth and executive vice president Father William Beauchamp.
- Cambodians remember through story, art Survivor recalls life under the Pol Pot regime (By ERIN LaRUFFA News Writer)
More than 20 years have passed since Sal Nem watched two of her children die, but she vividly remembers what happened.
- Photograph exhibit documents terror (By ERIN LaRUFFA News Writer)
Holding a sleeping infant in her arms, the woman stared straight into the camera, with an almost resigned look on her face.
- Dyson: Black history is `crucial' (By TIM LOGAN News Editor)
Blackness, whiteness, black history and all the different shades of race in America were the topics of an energetic 80-minute discourse Tuesday by acclaimed author and educator Michael Eric Dyson.
- SMC students to attend conventions (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
Two Saint Mary's students are in for the experience of a lifetime.
- Renner reacts to Elections Committee's decision (By COLLEEN McCARTHY Associate News Ediror)
At the Board of Governance meeting Tuesday night, Saint Mary's student body president-elect Crissie Renner said she had second thoughts about her ability to represent the student body.
- 'Grease' slides on to Washington main stage (By AMBER AGUIAR Scene Writer)
The close-knit cast of this year's Pasquerilla East Musical Company production will bring new energy to an American classic as it perform its riveting rendition of "Grease" this weekend in Washington Hall.
- Don't fear creepy-looking Morrissey Hall (By MOLLY McSHANE )
Editor's note: Scene will continue to feature the dorms and residence halls of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's throughout the spring semester. Anyone interested in writing a feature of a dorm should e-mail Scene at Scene@nd.edu.
- He Said: The opposite sex on campus (By SCOTT LITTLE )
Today I am supposed to write about the girls of Notre Dame and St. Mary's. I know every girl is unique and special, but that won't stop me from categorizing them like food products in a supermarket.
- She Said: The opposite sex on campus (By ERICKA RAVETTINE )
The men of the Notre Dame family: What can I say, they're an enigma. Their personalities and attitudes cross a very wide spectrum, but generally, Domer men fall into these three categories: the cool guy, the friendly guy and the shy guy. We'll start with the `cool guy.'