- Irish knock off champs, again Kartelo's block seals Notre Dame victory (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
After losing two Big East games on the road last week, the Irish decided they were not going to drop three straight.
- Notre Dame routs Red Storm in biggest win of season (By KERRY SMITH Assistant Sports Editor)
When the Irish stepped on the court Saturday, they were out to make a statement.
- Saint Mary's breaks records, finishes fifth in MIAAs (By NELLIE WILLIAMS Sports Writer)
Breaking an unprecedented five records over the course of the MIAA Championships, the Belles slid into fifth place in the final seconds of the competition, proving they could pull it out when it counted.
- Irish split weekend with Mavericks, retain fifth-place (By MATT OLIVA Sports Writer)
Two Notre Dame hockey teams showed up this weekend, as the Irish split the weekend series with the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks. After dropping Friday night's game to the Mavericks, 3-1, the Irish came back on Saturday with a convincing win, 7-4, to regain sole possession of fifth place.
- Connecticut's Calhoun needs to stop complaining (Brian Kessler sports editor)
Connecticut head coach Jim Calhoun intends to send a letter to Notre Dame officials for the inapropriate treatment of his star player Khalid El-Amin.
- Seniors lead in Indianapolis (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Seniors Jen Engelhardt and Chris Cochran continued their string of first-place finishes with individual victories in the Cannon IV Classic this weekend in India-napolis.
- Take your clothes off (Colleen Gaughen Viewpoint editor)
Whenever I mention that I modeled nude for a figure drawing class last semester, I usually get a variety of responses.
- Does eating meat butcher your values? (Aaron Kreider Think. Question. Resist.)
George Bush Sr. and I used to have one thing in common: I hated broccoli! All of my childhood, my parents made me eat broccoli, onions, tomatoes, cauliflower and other icky vegetables. I always had to "try a little bit." But it never worked.
- Students don't live up to reputation (Letter to the Editor )
I am writing concerning an article that appeared in today's edition of our local newspaper, the New London Day, regarding Saturday's game between the UConn Huskies and the Fighting Irish.
- Fans need to echo Doherty's dignity (Letter to the Editor )
Connecticut newspapers are full of articles about the Huskies losing to the Fighting Irish for the second time this season. In particular, the rushing of the court by the student body has come under attack. The same thing happened when UConn lost at Syracuse. Huskies players are frustrated that opposing student bodies are celebrating like they just won the National Championship instead of a regular-season game against the defending national champions.
- Lift the veil of lies, myths (Letter to the Editor )
This is Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Each year during this week, the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's campuses try to call to mind the prevelance and dangers of eating disorders to its students.
- Resurrect the FBA (Letter to the Editor )
Faculty should be relieved that the Faculty Board on Athletics has not been implicated in any of the events leading to recent changes in the assignments of Michael Wadsworth, athletic director, and Father E. William Beauchamp, executive vice president. But there is also no evidence that the FBA, as constituted and functioning, has or can be part of the solution to the well-publicized problems of the athletic department.
- U.S. senators introduce gambling legislation to campuses (Kate Nagengast news writer)
Lawmakers worry that most amateur athletes, under constant pressure to perform well academically and athletically, feel unneeded pressure from gamblers and bookies. To combat this issue, Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont and Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas introduced legislation last week to make wagering on college athletics illegal.
- Three Ring Presidential Debate Candidates reveal true colors in farcical debate (By SAM DERHEIMER News Writer)
What was intended to be a genuine discussion of political views quickly degenerated into a series of "assassinations," verbal rampages, attempts to get dates and random filibuster-style campaign strategies.
- Gang members aim for right track (Tim Logan News Editor)
Chicago's Cabrini Green housing projects are a world away from the campus of Notre Dame, but a discussion Saturday tried to bring those two worlds a little closer together.
- Presidential debate entertains audience (Michelle Krupa staff Writer)
Candidates only have each other to blame for Sunday's debate debacle, student government representatives said Sunday night.
- Defining eating disorders (Rita J. Donley and Dominic O. Vachon University Counseling Center )
Editor's note: In conjunction with the University Counseling Center, Scene presents a series of five columns this week that will highlight eating concerns in recognition of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
- 'Til death do we part ... Fearlessly in love, childhood playmates John Hatzenbuehler and Stephanie Bernt prepare for marriage after a life of being best friends, long-distance lovers and destiny's love children (By MIKE VANEGAS Scene Editor)
Alice Cukrowicz, a Grab-n-Go worker in South Dining Hall, has been married to Ervin Cukrowicz for 60 years and two months.