- If you don't got it, don't flaunt it (Mike Marchand Questionable Freedoms 2001)
Saturday night, after most of the revelers had left College Park, a group of mildly intoxicated gentlemen stripped down to boxer shorts, spread into the parking lot and chanted unintelligible syllables to the sound of clinking liquor bottles. They did it fairly well for their inebriated state.
- Quote of the day (Elbert Hubbard writer)
"Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive."
- Gun control a wasted argument (Anna Barbour Get a Life)
There are many issues in modern society that are interesting to debate. Issues that have as many pro arguments as con arguments so that it's impossible to resolve them unless you destroy your opposition. Wiping out the opposition is not very democratic though, so we decide to discuss and discuss, discussing generation after generation until hopefully the problem resolves itself.
- Destruction of Zahm cowardly (Sean Coary junior)
I love living in Zahm. Despite the campus' negative opinion towards Zahm, I proudly state that I am a Zahmbie. Being a part of the Zahm community opens up many opportunities to share in a strong brotherhood.
- Church holds double standard for marriages (Mark Styczynski junior)
In his Wednesday column, Professor Rice cited the Pontifical Council statement that marriage is a natural institution prior to the state, and thus it must be favored by the law.
- Mosier leads Right to Life Conference discussion (By ERIN LaRUFFA News Writer)
Addressing a crowd of students from Notre Dame, Saint Mary's and other universities around the Midwest, Population Research Institute president Steve Mosier used his experiences in China as the backdrop for his keynote address at the Right to Life Confer-ence on Saturday.
- Mosier leads Right to Life Conference discussion Workshops focus on club involvement (By ANDREW THAGARD News Writer)
As part of this year's more interactive pro-life conference, Notre Dame and Saint Mary's Right to Life groups hosted six small-group workshop sessions. "Our Duty to Serve, Our Call to Lead" featured sessions dealing with issues in club operations, law and general pro-life education run by members of the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's clubs, as well as prominent members of the pro-life community.
- Students protest Taco Bell (By ERIN LaRUFFA News Writer)
With banners, flyers and even a bagpiper, about 30 students from the Notre Dame Student Farmworker Alliance protested Sunday afternoon at the Taco Bell on SR 23, across from University Park Mall.
- Government, public honor National Champs (Associated Press )
- Students pitch in to clean up river (By JARED JODREY News Writer)
More than 40 Notre Dame students, primarily from the Students for Environmental Action (SEA) and Women's Rowing Team, worked among more than 100 local volunteers in cleaning up the banks of the St. Joseph River, Saturday.
- Last-minute changes don't tarnish conference's response (By ANDREW THAGARD News Writer)
Although two of the three keynote speakers cancelled and attendance was lower than expected, attendees of the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's Right to Life clubs second annual pro-life conference expressed overall satisfaction.
- Human rights center sponsors conference (Special to The Observer )
- College opens new peace center (By AMY GREENE News Writer)
- Bringing art home Dolphin and senior art majors put a little bit of (By NICOLE HADDAD Scene Writer)
For Colleen Dolphin, a future in art was not even a consideration before she came to college. With only a few art classes under her belt in high school, she never dreamed that she would earn her Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art with a concentration in photography just four years later.
- The good, the fad and the cute Snite museum features 18 student MFA and BFA exhibitions this week (By KATIE MALMQUIST Scene Copy Editor)
For some, it marks the end of an education. For others, it is the beginning of a career. But for all the artists whose work went on display this past Sunday in the Snite Museum of Art, the Masters and Bachelor of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition opened with a sigh of relief. The projects mark the culmination of these students' education at the University of Notre Dame finally met the public eye.