- Providence knocks out Notre Dame (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Providence's junior college transfer Donta Wade shot the lights out Wednesday, breaking Big East records for 3-point goals made and attempted. In the process, he burst a hole through Notre Dame's hopes of qualifying for the NCAA tournament.
- No rest for walk-on Thomas (Brian Churney On the Hot Corner)
Don't tell Charles Thomas that you're busy, unappreciated or tired.
- Irish sluggers open season in Tennessee (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Writer)
After months of being limited to the batting cages in their new indoor facility and the turf-covered football field of Loftus, the No.23-ranked Irish baseball team finally gets a chance to step onto a sun-drenched, grass-covered field this weekend as they compete in the Service Academies Classic in Millington, Tenn.
- Y'all gotta problem with my accent? (By Laura Rompf Assistant News Editor)
While on the phone the other night, I was asked a question I have probably answered a thousand times in my life: "Where are you from?" Similar questions include: "Are you from the south?" and "Where'd you learn to talk like that?" There are many more – and, trust me, I've heard them all.
- `Ethics' are leaving the building (Cappy Gagnon Cappy's Corner)
I attended Notre Dame right before the British Invasion (the one with George Harrison and the Beatles, not the one with George the Third and the Redcoats). Some of my most stimulating philosophy and theology classes were in "ethics." The way things are going, I'm afraid ethics will soon be taught in the history department.
- A belated Valentine wish, apology (Letter to the Editor )
In response to Michael Fairchild's letter in Wednesday's Viewpoint, the McCandless Hall Council Executive Board would like to clarify the situation that occurred.
- Biggest loss will occur outside the ring (Letter to the Editor )
Those of you who attend the 70th annual Bengal Bouts this Friday will see the biggest loss in recent tournament history. That loss will not happen in the ring. The loss is the absence of Edward "El Papoose" Hernandez — last year's 145-pound champion.
- Tarnishing the Dome and Bengal Bouts (Letter to the Editor )
"Strong bodies fight, that weak bodies may be nourished." — Dominic "Nappy" Napolitano
- Osborn/Donahey appeal legitimacy of runoff election (By LAURA ROMPF Assistant News Editor)
The committee to elect John Osborn and Mark Donahey will appeal the Judicial Council's final decision which declared Brian O'Donoghue and Brook Norton student body president and vice president for 2000-2001, according to a statement released Wednesday night by the committee to elect Osborn/Donahey.
- SMC art history major curates eating disorder exhibit (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
Curating an art exhibit is usually an undertaking reserved for those with years of experience in the art world, such as museum directors. But Sarah Martin, a senior art history major at Saint Mary's, will face the challenge soon.
- Senate focuses on finances of Student Business Board (By LAURA ROMPF Assistant News Editor)
Upon a request of some senators, student body treasurer James Jesse and Dome Designs manager Kevin Campbell addressed Student Senate last night on issues surrounding the debt of the Student Business Board.
- Asteroid named after ND prof (By KATE NAGENGAST News Writer)
Terrence Rettig recently received news of his new namesake — a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid.
- Palacz ticket claims victory in SMC Class of 2001 election (By NICOLE HADDAD News Writer)
Saint Mary's Class of 2001's election for class officers is complete, and the Class of 2002 and 2003 will have a runoff on Friday to elect their class officers for the 2000-01 school year.