- Mens Basketball: Live by the 3, die by the 3 McNamara's trey lifts No. 19 Syracuse over Irish in wild ending (By MATT LOZAR Sports Editor)
A 12-point lead with under 12 minutes remaining, a chance to hand Syracuse its first home loss of the year, and a shot at gaining solo possession of first place in the Big East West Division were there for the Irish.
- Womens Basketball: Ratay leads Irish to comeback win over Friars (By JOE HETTLER Sports Editor)
Notre Dame allowed Providence to begin the game on a 12-2 run Sunday afternoon, then let Alicia Ratay take over.
- SMC Swimming: Belles finish last in conference, declare season a success (By ERIK POWERS Sports Writer)
For the Belles swim and dive team the three-day MIAA Championship meet signified the end to a season of commitment, hard work and determination.
- Hockey: Irish sink their claws into the Falcons this weekend (By JUSTIN SCHUVER Sports Writer)
If only the Irish could play Bowling Green every weekend.
- Womens Tennis: Irish continue to dominate Big East (By JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
Heading into the weekend, Miami was the only Big East opponent that had defeated Notre Dame since the Irish joined the conference in 1996.
- SMC Basketball: Belles lose 11th straight on senior day (By HEATHER VAN HOEGARDEN Sports Writer)
It was senior day at the Angela Athletic Facility Saturday for Saint Mary's. However, despite the added motivation, the Belles' efforts fell short for the 11th straight game, in a 60-48 loss to Calvin.
- Sleepless in South Bend (Christina Reitano Saint Mary's Photo Editor)
I have insomnia. For the past month I have not been able to sleep to save my life. I toss and turn for hours and when all is said and done, I lay staring at my alarm clock as it passes from 4 a.m. to 5 a.m. to 6 a.m.
- Examining the military's role in a post-war Iraq (Major Gary Masapollo Viewpoint: Iraq)
Editor's note: The following is the second part of a two-part series considering the role the U.S. military would play in a post-war Iraq. The first part appeared on Friday.
- Defending V-Day Practice mutual respect (Ann Feilmeyer senior)
I am writing in response to Terry McMannus's request (in Friday's Viewpoint) that the Notre Dame community join him in protesting "The Vagina Monologues."
- Defending V-Day Is feminism the threat that is feared? (David Tull freshman)
Well, I'm glad to see that someone is finally standing up for pervasive censorship and intolerance in the Viewpoint section. I'm referring to Friday's letter encouraging us to yell bad things at the administration for allowing "The Vagina Monologues" to be produced here.
- Students betrayed (Sarah Bates and Joanna Cornwell student senators)
At Wednesday's Senate meeting, President Libby Bishop was asked why she had not included a Senate resolution asking for the re-instatement of in-hall dances for a probationary year in her Board of Trustees Report. In response, Bishop said, "I didn't want to." There is definitely something wrong with this picture.
- More like Junior Raisins Weekend (David Barrett Notre Bum)
I never really understood the concept of Junior Parents Weekend. Why juniors and not seniors? Why parents and not hamsters? Why a weekend and not a month? Why at all?
- Students participate in anti-war protests Students march in anti-war demonstration (By MAUREEN REYNOLDS News Writer)
Despite the cold temperatures and strong winds, Notre Dame students joined an estimated 400 people, who gathered at St. Paul Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in South Bend on Saturday to take to the streets and protest a possible war against Iraq.
- Civil Rights Activist speaks to SB protestors (By SARAH NESTOR Saint Mary's Editor)
- Notre Dame students rally against war on NYC streets (By MEGHANNE DOWNES Associate News Editor)
Several hundred thousand people, including 38 Notre Dame students, demonstrated in the streets of New York City Saturday to protest war in Iraq.
- Department seeks accreditation (By JOE TROMBELLO News Writer)
The psychology department plans to seek joint accreditation from the American Psychological Association in counseling/clinical psychology at the doctoral level; currently, the department offers a doctorate strictly in counseling psychology, in addition to doctoral degrees in developmental, cognitive and quantitative psychology.
- Committee votes to approve reading day Day (By SARAH NESTOR Saint Mary's Editor)
The Saint Mary's student government reading day initiative is one step closer to becoming a reality. Last Friday the Academic Standards Committee [ASC] voted to approve the proposal. However, according to Elizabeth Jablonski-Diehl, student body vice president who also sits on the ASC, the vote was not unanimous, proving that apprehension about the proposal still exist.
- Boston College close to approving gay-straight group (By JESSICA DALSING News Writer)
Recent reports have acknowledged that Boston College is close to approving a student-run organization for both homosexual and straight students. However, the administration has yet to grant official approval to the proposed alliance, though there have been strides made at Boston College to recognize a gay-straight student group.
- The Bard and the Golden Dome The Summer Shakespeare Program brings world-famous actors, students and South Bend residents together through great drama (By COLLEEN BARRETT Scene Writer)
Summer Shakespeare at Notre Dame began like most great success stories do – with a dream and a notebook filled with ideas to make that dream come true.