- ND Womens Lacrosse: Lackluster first half too much for Irish to overcome (BY ANDY TROEGER Sports Writer)
Forced to play from behind after trailing 3-0 six minutes into the game, Notre Dame was unable to pick up its first win over a ranked team this season in falling to No. 17 Ohio State 12-9 this afternoon at Moose Krause Stadium.
- ND Softball: No problems in beginning the home season this year (BY MATT LOZAR Associate Sports Editor)
Last year, the Irish played their first home game 12 days after their home opener was initially scheduled.
- ND Womens Tennis: Doubles teams lead Notre Dame to win over Michigan (BY JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
When the No. 27 and No. 28 teams met on the hardcourt Tuesday, a close match was expected.
- SMC Tennis: Belles hope for good weather at Valparaiso (BY LISA REIJULA Sports Writer)
The Saint Mary's tennis team is hoping for a little cooperation from the weather as they travel to Valparaiso in the second attempt at playing a match with the Crusaders. On March 19, the match was postponed due to rain.
- Womens Basketball: Severe Upset Severe scores 17 on way to Irish upset of (BY KATIE McVOY Senior Staff Writer)
The few hundred Notre Dame fans in Manhattan, Kan. Tuesday night were making more noise than nearly 12,000 Kansas State fans. Due to another outstanding Irish defensive effort, the Wildcats' 22-game home win streak broke right along with the Wildcats' tournament dreams.
- Baseball: Doherty impresses in opener (BY BRYAN KRONK Senior Staff Writer)
A new season at Eck Stadium began with a new face on the mound performing the same old dominating routine for Notre Dame, as freshman Ryan Doherty hurled his way to a win in his first career start in the 8-3 Irish win over Toledo in the home opener for the Irish Tuesday night.
- Mens Basketball: Old friends Thomas and Gardner to meet Irish point guard impresses coach with his improved control of tempo (BY ANDREW SOUKUP Sports Writer)
They first met on an Indianapolis basketball court. One was two years older than the other, but that didn't stop them from becoming fast friends even as they clashed at rival Indiana high schools.
- Dancing king (By Joe Trombello News Production)
Two days ago, a female finally spoke the words that I had been waiting to hear for some time: "You're a good lead."
- War focus has led to neglect of domestic concerns (Paul Graham Another Perspective)
As our nation advances towards Baghdad, let us continue to pray for those who suffer directly or indirectly from the war. This war affects families in Iraq as well as families here in South Bend. Both pro-war and anti-war people can, at the very least, simply pray for all those in the Middle East, for peace and for a quick end to the war.
- Concern for effects of war (Joseph A. Cari, Jr. class of '74)
I am proud of my country. I am sad for what is about to come. My immigrant grandparents came to this country with the hope of a better life and love of what America stood for. As part of a generation that was torn apart over Vietnam, I am faced with a war that has long lasting consequences for my daughter's generation.
- Defending Velasquez and Azteca Foods (Fred Zeilner class of '76)
The Observer recently published an appeal from the Progressive Student Alliance and an editorial written by Paul Graham, both regarding a labor dispute at Azteca Foods in Chicago. Both the appeal and the editorial asked Arthur Velasquez, the owner of Azteca Foods and a distinguished alumni of Notre Dame (class of 1960) to "negotiate a fair deal with his workers."
- Forgive and forget or forget forgiving? (Jacqueline Browder Happily Ever After)
When it comes to cheating in a relationship, when should you forgive and forget and when should you forget forgiving?
- Look at history before making change (Mark Leen class of '99)
This letter is written in response to the suggestion by junior class president Meghan O'Donnell that the Executive Cabinet should receive more power under the Constitution and that the Senate is not representative of the opinions of the Student Body.
- Marine graduate injured in Iraq war (By HELENA PAYNE Senior Staff Writer)
First Lieutenant Dustin Ferrell, a 2000 Notre Dame graduate and U.S. Marine, was recently injured in Iraq, according to reports from the Associated Press and Ferrell's mother-in-law, who writes for the Michigan City (Ind.) News-Dispatch.
- Ralph Nader to speak on campus (By JULIA MILLER-LEMON News Writer)
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader will address the Notre Dame community today at 3 p.m. in the Jordan Auditorium of the Mendoza College of Business.
- College posts emergency plan (By ANGELA SAOUD News Writer)
While the risk for terrorist attacks on schools is low, Saint Mary's is responding proactively by creating an Emergency Response Plan.
- Online service helps enforce Honor Code (By CAITLIN EARLY News Writer)
After introducing a number of sweeping changes to the Honor Code at the beginning of this academic year, the University Honor Code Committee recently compiled a set of statistics to evaluate this year's Honor Code cases and violations.
- Doctor lectures on early childhood brain development (By ANDREW THAGARD News Writer)
Pediatrician and author Patricia Keener spoke on the brain and its development during early childhood in Tuesday's presentation titled "Surviving the Wonder Years." The event was the second in the Mini-Medical School Lecture Series.
- Feminism Symposium shows `The Righteous Babes' (By SARAH NESTOR Senior Staff Writer)
Saint Mary's Third Wave Feminism Symposium held its third event Tuesday evening, showing the documentary film, "The Righteous Babes."
- `Beyond Therapy' Everyone's a little bit crazy when the Student Players present Christopher Durang (By MARIA SMITH Scene Editor)
In the spectrum of insanity, can there ever really be a line drawn between therapist and those in therapy?
- Telling it like it is The Black Cultural Arts Council highlights Notre Dame culture for prospective students (By COLLEEN BARRETT Scene Writer)
Say the word "DeBartolo" to a new freshman, and he thinks, "Classroom building." Say the word "DeBartolo" to a seasoned upperclassman, and he thinks of the jungle of people that plants itself immediately outside the main doors of the building.