- University suspends Jones for spring practice (By TIM CASEY Assistant Sports Editor)
Julius Jones will not participate in spring practice after he recently violated University rules. The sophomore tailback is suspended for the 15 practices but will be able to return in the fall.
- Irish improve to 14-3 by beating Miami, West Virginia (By STEVE KEPPEL Sports Writer)
Like many Notre Dame students, the women's tennis team traveled to Florida for spring break. But instead of partying and laying out on the beach, the seventh-ranked Irish were busy improving their record to 14-3 by defeating Miami and West Virginia.
- Dorm life does offer benefits (Eric Long Fitter, Happier ...)
I am trapped but my prison is self-imposed.
- Follow-up Information (Viewpoint Staff )
The Delgadillo family requested the following information be run with their letter yesterday. Due to an oversight the Viewpoint section failed to include it. Please consider support for this cause.
- Boxing Club responds (Derrick Bravo junior)
After publication of yesterday's letter to the editor that examined tournament officiating, Derrick Bravo and I sat down to discuss how contests are evaluated and have decided to try and explain the officiating system.
- Adapting Christ image normal (Mary Rose D'Angelo associate professor, department of theology)
I am writing to ask readers to cast their minds back to the dim dark days before the break and reconsider both Colleen McCarthy's sensible, funny and restrained March 7 column on Rudy Giuliani's attack on the painting called "Yo Mama's Last Supper" by Renee Cox and the responses to it.
- Alums recruit Bush for ND Commencement speech • White House has yet to confirm that President will address Class of 2001 (By CHRISTINE KRALY Senior Staff Writer)
The University is awaiting an official White House announcement that President George W. Bush will deliver the keynote address at this year's May 20 Commencement, said Dennis Brown, associate director of Notre Dame Public Relations and Information.
- ND 2001-2002 tuition hike lowest since 1959 (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
In what Notre Dame officials are touting as the lowest tuition increase in more than 40 years, the University recently announced a nearly 5 percent increase in undergraduate tuition, a change that will ring up average costs at $30,530 for the 2001-2002 academic year.
- Walk stimulates third world hunger problems • Student Diversity Board to begin new program to sponsor Mexican children (By MYRA McGRIFF Saint Mary's Editor)
The newly formed Student Diversity Board (SDB) presented students with a walk through the reality of a starving nation Tuesday, kicking off one of its first major events of the month of March.
- Internet service fails again (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
An outage that barred Notre Dame Internet users from accessing Web sites outside the campus network remained in effect early this morning, marking at least the fourth server failure this academic year.
- Project engenders discussion (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
A mock newspaper distributed Tuesday and a set of two banners to be hung today are part of a project intended to raise awareness about campus gender relations.
- Calculators and drug selling lessons (Jeff Baltruzak Short Circuits)
God bless Texas Instruments, the creator of the greatest of all academic aids, the TI-82.
- Homework got you stumped? Help is just a mouse click away (By LAURA KELLY Associate Scene Editor)
The Internet is a beautiful thing. Not only has it provided a generation of procrastinating college students with e-mail, Instant Messenger and MP3s, but students rarely have to exert more energy than moving a mouse to do research or find the answer to any question.