- Team Inebriation lives up to its name with playing style (By MIKE CONNOLLY Senior Staff Writer)
As soon as Falco's 1985 hit "Rock Me Amadeus" started blasting across Stepan Courts, all predictability went right out the window.
- Irish lose in triple overtime (By CHRIS COLEMAN Sports Writer)
When down 8-6 with 1:40 left, the ninth-ranked Irish could have given up and gone home. The No. 7 Blue Devils would have been happy to take the win. But the Irish refused to give up and took the Blue Devils to triple overtime before falling 10-9.
- Irish oust Hokies in doubleheader (By JOE HETTLER Assistant Sports Editor)
Neither Matt Bok nor Joe Thaman started the opening game of a doubleheader against Virginia Tech Friday night for the Irish baseball team, but they definitely did their part to help end it.
- Syracuse snaps Irish win streak (By AARON RONSHEIM Sports Writer)
For the Notre Dame softball team, the weekend opened with a bang but closed with a whimper.
- Irish end home winning streak with loss to Kentucky (By JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame men's tennis team entered the weekend looking to finish the season undefeated on the squad's home courts.
- Irish use 6th practice to play in game atmosphere (By ANDREW SOUKUP Sports Writer)
And on the sixth practice, the Irish scrimmaged.
- Irish men take 1st place (By DAVE COOK Sports Writer)
Exactly one year ago, Ayesha Boyd won her first collegiate race — the 400-meter dash at the Tom Botts Invitational.
- Belles finish 2nd at 1st tournament (By DONNA LUBBERS Sports Writer)
The Saint Mary's golf team finished a close second at a tournament at the Brookwood Golf Course Saturday just two strokes behind tournament winner DePauw.
- Belles fall to Alma in 7-0, 6-5 (By NATALIE BAILEY Sports Writer)
The Belles pulled out a surprising performance Saturday in their double-header against the MIAA's top team but still lost both games to Alma, 7-0 and 6-5.
- Ganggrene upsets No. 31 Manstallion (By MIKE CONNOLLY Senior Staff Writer)
The first of the mighty have fallen.
- Facing the Facts (Sarah Rykowski Saint Mary's Editor)
The jig is up. I've had my last fling as a junior and it's time to admit to myself that I am a senior and graduation is in a month.
- Even in the Middle East, the ends do not justify the means (Mike Marchand Undistinguished Alumnus)
The recent violence in the Middle East has polarized many people in the world. The idea of a people searching for a home generates a visceral, gut reaction. As does a people attempting to protect itself from terrorism. As does the death of so many people in a land three major religions consider holy. So it generates strong feelings, either one way or the other, or on neither side, just hoping the violence will end.
- Petition confirms student voice (Libby Bishop student body president)
Thank you to all who have signed the petition calling for an increased student voice and a continuation of in-hall dances. The approximately 4,000 signatures we received in just three days shows the importance of these issues to students and the necessity of involving everyone in both identifying the problem and creating solutions.
- Quote of the Day (Franklin Delano Roosevelt U.S. president)
"More than an end to war, we want an end to the beginnings of all wars."
- Donor drive supports Domer (Ann Gurucharri drive director)
Today, over 3,000 patients await a gracious bone marrow donor to save their life. We invite the entire Notre Dame community to join us in offering a second chance to those in need.
- The magic of David Copperfield World famous illusionist gives South Bend a lesson in the impossible with "The Portal" (By C. SPENCER BEGGS Scene Editor)
South Bend will witness a bit of the impossible today. And, no, the University has not changed its mind on the alcohol policy. Tonight, world famous magician David Copperfield will perform his latest stage show, "The Portal" at the Morris Performing Arts Center. And while many recognize the magician from his many television appearances, few know the fascinating life that he leads off camera.