- Big East tourney provides test for McGraw's squad (By KERRY SMITH Assistant Sports Editor)
After Notre Dame's regular season loss to top-ranked Connecticut, college basketball analysts remarked that the No. 6 squad in the nation had stubbed its toe.
- Irish look to stop the bleeding at Georgetown (By BRIAN KESSLER Sports Editor)
Head coach Matt Doherty isn't into trends, especially when it comes to losing.
- Athletes prepare for NCAAs at Alex Wilson Invite (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Leading members of the Irish track and field squad look to the home crowd at this weekend's Alex Wilson Invitational to propel them in their efforts to qualify for the NCAA Indoors Champion-ships.
- Domers take part in Metrodome tournament (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Writer)
After winning two of three games in last weekend, the Irish baseball team heads into the Hormel Foods Classic hungry for another opportunity to prove themselves as one of the top teams in the country.
- Michigan State series to decide home ice for Irish (By MATT OLIVA Sports Writer)
The Irish head into the final weekend of the regular season looking to secure the fifth and final home playoff spot.
- Seniors prepare for final career home meet (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
Senior foil captain Jim Harris can vividly recall his first fencing match at Notre Dame.
- Coyne raises standards in 2000 (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
After three winning seasons in three years of existence, one might believe women's lacrosse head coach Tracey Coyne would be satisfied with the progress her team has made.
- Senior captain Mellin completes stellar career (By TIM CASEY Sports Writer)
He's sitting in Section 107, row five of a nearly empty Joyce Center on Wednesday afternoon, talking about his upcoming Bengal Bouts fight, the last of senior captain J.R. Mellin's career.
- Irish head to sunny California (By RACHEL BIBER Sports Writer)
The Irish hope to get more than a nice tan when they travel to sunny
- A Proud Parent (Michelle Krupa editor in chief)
Standing outside the Juniper Road doors of Knott Hall, I said goodbye to my parents in August 1996. I cried, they cried. I thought I knew why the tears were falling: We wouldn't share a house anymore, or meals or the car. That was sad. And scary.
- School still a `cut above'? (Letter to the Editor )
Since graduating from Notre Dame 38 years ago (no, I'm not quite ready for the home yet), I have always been proud to have been associated with the University. Throughout the years it always stood a "cut above" the others. It has been a shining light in the great moral wasteland we live in today.
- Alumni sees `idiocy' (Letter to the Editor )
To the student who threw the object onto the floor of the Joyce Center causing a technical foul and costing Notre Dame the basketball game last night and very likely an NCAA berth:
- Classy sportsmanship needed (Letter to the Editor )
In March of 1977, in a televised basketball game between Notre Dame and San Francisco, NBC selected the Notre Dame student body as the game's MVP.
- Students' behavior televised (Letter to the Editor )
What has happened to the Notre Dame student body? After being known for decades as an intelligent, classy group of individuals, the norm seems to have turned to entirely classless behavior whenever sports are involved.
- Beware scary taxi adventures (Joanna Mikulski Tuesday Voice on Friday)
Last Friday, my friend Mary Anne had her 19th birthday. To celebrate, her friends and I decided to leave the pleasures of the South Dining Hall behind and eat dinner with her in a restaurant where klutzes bearing trays less frequently appear.
- Students' behavior unacceptable (Letter to the Editor )
When Notre Dame's men's basketball team recorded a homecourt win over top-ranked San Francisco in 1977, NBC Sports named the Notre Dame student body as the MVP of the game. That's the sort of positive reputation our students have earned over the years.
- Health conversations must continue on campus (Letter to the Editor )
In response to an anonymous letter to the editor entitled "Get with it, Health Services" (Feb. 28) addressing a lost lab sample, I'd like to say a sincere "thank you" to the writer. This person has given me the opportunity to respond to an unfortunate incident and to invite students to be more involved with their health care and issues of wellness on campus.
- Gernerd to lead class of 2001, Moscona wins 2003 race (By JASON McFARLEY News Writer)
Although the 2001 and 2003 tickets of Rachel Gernerd and Brian Moscona both earned wins with 57 percent of the vote in Thursday's class council run-off elections, voter turnout from each class varied significantly.
- Former ND hockey player to bike across the nation (By COLLEEN McCARTHY Associate News Editor)
When the hockey season ends for the East Coast hockey league, Mobile Mysticks player, former Notre Dame hockey player and 1999 Notre Dame graduate Benoit Cotnoir will be taking the road less traveled.
- Schutte defends death row prisioner, criticizes penalty (By SARAH RYKOWSKI News Writer)
Steven Schutte, chief public defender for the State of Indiana, believes his client, Obadyah ben Yisrael may be the victim of racial discrimination by the Indiana judcical system.
- ND to build new arts center (By HELENA RAYAM News Writer)
Plans are in progress to foster the University's performers and their audiences in a new performing arts center.
- Sex, murder and the ol' song and dance Scene takes a look at `Chicago — the Razzle Dazzle Broadway Musical,' playing in downtown South Bend this weekend (By BRIAN SEAMAN Scene Theater Writer)
It's got the makings of an evening the Catholic Church would condemn. It's got voluptuous women in costumes akin to late-night lingerie. It's got a simulated orgy combining these women and ultra-muscular men. It's got seven murders, an execution and a ton of sex.
- HA's show is weird, funny and all for you (By MARY ANNE LEWIS Scene Writer)
"All right, we decided who'd go first backstage, and, Tony, I believe you had the fattest girlfriend. You're in control of the board."
- Play shows endurance of spirit (By LAURA KELLY Scene Writer)
"I was born in a small town, and I live in a small town … Prob'ly die in a small town, that's prob'ly where they'll bury me."