- Change of plans (By MATT LOZAR Sports Writer)
As Steffany Stenglein signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Southern Mississippi in 2000, she thought she signed away her lifelong dream of going to Notre Dame.
- Belles earn 7-2 victory (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
It was a benchmark day for senior Annie Knish as the Belles laid low the Flying Dutch of Hope College 7-2.
- Rally in 9th inning sparks victory (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Editor)
It seemed as if Western Michigan had Notre Dame's number. In fact, it looked like the Broncos would upset the Irish Tuesday for the third consecutive time in three years.
- Wide receivers thrust in the spotlight (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
Following the announcement that Tyrone Willingham would lead the Irish, Notre Dame wide receivers found themselves in the spotlight — a group that had been focused in the past on blocking, taking an occasional pass to mix things up and, in general, promoting the option-oriented offense.
- Pizza was the last thing on anyone's mind (Ted Fox )
- Belles unable to play (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports Writer)
Rain and snow have plagued the Saint Mary's softball team all season, and Tuesday's game was no exception. The Belles were forced to reschedule their afternoon doubleheader against the Calvin Knights to Wednesday after Monday's heavy rains.
- Irish combine for no-hitter (By AARON RONSHEIM Sports Writer)
In the first game of Tuesday's doubleheader against Valparaiso Steffany Stenglein and Carrie Wisen combined for their first collegiate no-hitter. The Irish (18-12) extended their winning streak to 10 games and defeated the Crusaders 4-0.
- Notre Dame falls by 1 to Ohio State (By CHRIS COLEMAN Sports Writer)
With just 56 seconds left in the game, the Irish women's lacrosse team still had a chance. But Ohio State's Shannon Wilson ended Notre Dame's comeback by scoring her second goal in four minutes to defeat No. 9 Notre Dame 12-11.
- Bookstore teams stack up to tough competition (By MIKE CONNOLLY Sports Writer)
The winner of Bookstore Basketball XXXI may have to travel the toughest path to the title in tournament history.
- The benefit of scandal (Tom Haight Assistsant Ad Design Manager)
I don't think I'm going out on a limb assuming that most of you have probably heard about the recent problems the Catholic Church has been experiencing or by assuming that we all want to see a constructive solution to the problem. Oh, wait a minute, actually I am. After reading Johnny Burn's dissertation Monday, I was reminded why this whole problem has become so noteworthy: people like him want to forget about it and give the Church a rest.
- ND must respect employee rights and concerns (Paul Graham Another Perspective)
Working in Notre Dame Food Services for two and a half years allowed me to meet many of the workers who cook and prepare our food, clean tables, wash dishes, take out trash, mop floors and clean what we drop — among many other things that you would be disgusted by if you realize what people do for a wage. I've met their families; they tell me about their children, their troubles and what's been going on lately in their lives.
- College: a time to challenge, learn and grow (Joe Larson Principles of Idiocracy)
As we all know, college is a bewildering and fascinating institution that we all struggle through in some way or another, trying not to hurt ourselves and most of the time, anyone else. It has become a rite of passage in the United States for any high school senior who can spell his own name to attend a post-secondary university in order to, if not anything else, just kind of delay the inevitable and hang around kids his own age for a little while longer.
- Quote of the Day (Anna Freud writer)
"Creative minds have always been known to survive any kind of bad training."
- False humanism ignores true victims (Kelly Fabrega senior)
Brodie Butland's April 8 letter warrants some serious scrutiny. Its most noticeable flaw, however, is its insensitivity.
- Challenge, but do not attack, Church leaders (Mark DeBoy class of '00)
In response to the April 9 letter "Give the Church a rest," I have a few quick points for Johnny Burns to consider.
- North steps down as ResLife director (By GRACE ARREDONDO News Writer)
After faithfully completing six years at Saint Mary's, Dana North, the director of Residence Life will be leaving the Saint Mary's community at the end of the year to accept the position of assistant dean of students at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio.
- Congress keeps Fox home Mexican Senate's decision to limit leader's trip to U.S. could affect ND graduation in May (By HELENA PAYNE News Editor)
The Mexican Senate has ordered President Vicente Fox not to travel to the United States or Canada on the basis that Fox's proposed trip for next week would not be an official visit, the Associated Press reported.
- Malloy speaks out on college alcohol abuse (By HELENA PAYNE News Editor)
Just in time for National Alcohol Screening Day on Thursday, University President Father Edward Malloy shared findings on the risks of college drinking from research by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Tuesday morning at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
- ND senior heads Meissner campaign (By LIZ KAHLING News Writer)
While most Notre Dame seniors are giving into "senioritis" and letting up in their studies, senior Katherine Bensen-Piscopo is putting in 60 hours per week as campaign manager for Congressional hopeful Mark Meissner.
- Police rule ND prof Cushing's death suicide (By JASON McFARLEY News Writer)
The March 29 death of Notre Dame physics professor James Cushing was a suicide, police said.
- Kauffman entrepreneurial internship expands (By MEGHAN MARTIN News Writer)
In keeping with the Notre Dame tradition of blending practical skills with social responsibility, the Mendoza College of Business has launched its second annual Social Entrepreneur Intern Program through the University's Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
- The Hawaii Club presents "Holoholo Kakou: The 2002 Lu'au" (JULIE BENDER Scene Writer)
In the murky depths of April in South Bend, everyone could use a little warmth, sunshine and celebration to cheer things up. The Hawaii Club is bringing just that to Notre Dame's campus this Saturday evening.