- Corrigan, Irish prepare for NCAA tournament (By STEVE KEPPEL Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame men's lacrosse team has been on a roll lately, winning two straight to clinch yet another league title.
- Competition surges as first-round games continue (BRIAN KESSLER Assistant Sports Editor)
During the Notre Dame-Oklahoma football game last season, a sign with the message "Nobody Likes You Anyway, Kutylo" flew high above Notre Dame Stadium. While no one may like senior Ben Kutylo, he found four psuedo buddies to join his bookstore team. The five formed "Nobody like You Anyway, Kutylo" which knocked off YourMom.com: Quick, Easy and Affordable, 21-13. But after the game, the verdict still stood: nobody likes Kutylo.
- Experience proves crucial for Boiman, young linebackers (KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
Rocky Boiman is much more comfortable as he surveys the offensive set just now placed before him. The reads are more familiar. He feels more at home.
- Irish, Hurricanes meet to decide top seed in Big East (KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
It's like the old saying goes; if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
- Irish wins highlight young pitchers, sophomore talent (BRIAN TRAVERS Sports Writer)
Backed by strong performances by young pitchers, the Notre Dame baseball team (24-8) won two of three non-conference home games this week, beating Toledo and Bowling Green, while falling to Purdue.
- Notre Dame looks to qualify at Mt. SAC (BRIAN BURKE Sports Writer)
Last weekend Notre Dame's men and women runners and jumpers were sent home from the Miami University Invitational in Miami, Ohio, after weather conditions were deemed too harsh to compete. Weather should not be a problem when the Irish take a smaller squad to Walnut, Calif. for the Mt. SAC Relays Saturday and Sunday.
- Irish split doubleheader with Devils (RACHAEL PROTZMAN Sports Writer)
In their effort to exorcise the DePaul Blue Devils, the Irish softball team finished up in purgatory Thursday, winning the first game 5-1 before falling in the second game of the doubleheader, 4-3.
- No skills, no hope (A.J. Boyd Associate Viewpoint Editor)
Bookstore Basketball is as full of its own traditions as the University itself. This is the story of a young tradition begun in the hallowed halls of Grace, in bygone days when Hotel Grace [1969-1996] was open for business and not the haven to University offices it has become. It's a tradition not of obscene names or athletic superiority, but one of dedicated individuals who realized their special lack of gift and made the best of it.
- Porn and rape are related (Nathaniel Hannan )
Having read all of the recent articles on rape, I cannot help but mention that which no one seems to wish to admit. A rather easy way exists to eliminate most of these date rapes that we have heard about.
- Administration harsh, hypocritical with OUTreachND (Jeremy Bauer )
Yesterday I received a letter from Joe Cassidy officially denying OUTreachND University recognition. It was obvious from speaking with Mr. Cassidy weeks before that this was the only possible outcome of applying. After denying his initial request that OUTreachND withdraw its application, we waited three weeks for a response. I don't think that anyone is surprised with that repsonse. However, in a telephone conversation with Mr. Cassidy, I asked for written reasons why OUTreachND could not be recognized. He gave his answers:
- Soap operas in the public square (Matt Loughran )
America is a soap opera.
- Brown's enthusiasm fits Leprechaun suit u As 2000 tryouts approach, mascot reflects on past year and wearing the green (By ERIN PIROUTEK Associate News Editor)
He's Mr. Notre Dame. The green suit fits like a glove. Everything about Mike Brown screams leprechaun.
- AIDS Memorial Quilt chapter, display comes to Michiana (By KATE STEER Associate News Editor)
Imagine an area as big as 25 football fields. Imagine walking through that space and taking in a small piece of the lives of 42,960 people.
- SMC increases enrollment (By SARAH RYKOWSKI News Writer)
Saint Mary's Class of 2004 is on its way to becoming the largest freshman class in at least the last three years, according to projected statistics.
- Former Saint Mary's professor, reformer, ND grad dies (By KATIE McVOY News Writer)
A Saint Mary's legacy passed away this past Friday, leaving behind 25 years of students, respect and change.
- Prof: Award shows women's gains u Role of women in science-related fields expanding (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
A new step was taken for women in science when Darleane Hoffman, retired professor at the University of California, Berkeley, recently received the 2000 Priestly Award from the American Chemical Society.
- SMC alumna publishes novel (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
Adriana Trijiani, an '81 Saint Mary's graduate, just released her novel "Big Stone Gap" with Random House Publishers two weeks ago and its already risen to fame.
- `Summer and Smoke' lights up Saint Mary's stage (By MARY ANNE LEWIS Scene Writer)
On March 26, 1911, Thomas Lanier Williams was born in Columbus, Miss.
- `Big Stone Gap' captivates audience Saint Mary's alumna Adriana Trigiani's novel explores relationships and growing up in a small Virginia town (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Scene Writer)
True love can happen anywhere, at any time. No one is too old or too young. That is just one of the messages Adriana Trigiani sends in her best-selling novel "Big Stone Gap." The only event that truly dates this novel is a visit to the town by Elizabeth Taylor, stumping for her then-husban, Representative John Warner, in 1978.