- Jackson drafted by Broncos in seventh round (By BRIAN KESSLER Assistant Sports Editor)
If seven wasn't Jarious Jackson's favorite number, it probably is now.
- Shay shatters record; qualifies for Olympic trials (By BRIAN BURKE Sports Writer)
Ryan Shay was planning on running the 5,000 meters at the Mt. SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif. this weekend, but after talking with head coach Joe Piane, decided to enter the 10,000 meter race instead.
- No. 10 Hit Squad advances with 21-15 victory (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Associate Sports Editor)
The "X-factor" helped No. 10 Hit Squad perform a number on its opponent Amazing Grace and Chuck to earn a spot in the round of 128 in Bookstore Basketball, putting it away 21-15 Monday.
- Murphy's battle with leukemia motivates Drivin' (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Associate Sports Editor)
The most important member of the Bookstore Basketball team Drivin' won't even set foot on the court. He'll face a much tougher challenge today than going up against the No. 4 ranked Franchise squad.
- Men's Varsity 4 takes gold medal (Special to The Observer )
Competing in the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships at Oak Ridge, Tenn., the men's rowing club distinguished itself in all events.
- Myers, Sharron honored by Big East (Special to The Observer )
Notre Dame softball players Jarrah Myers and Jennifer Sharron were honored by the Big East Conference Monday for their performances in the team's seven games last week.
- Hey, baby (By Mike Vanegas Senior Staff Writer)
As a 21-year-old senior getting ready to enter the big bad world of the 21st century, I must acknowledge an acceptance of one of God's dearest gifts – baby-making.
- Running in back of the pack (Kate Rowland Read This, It May Save Your Life)
The snow on the ground and the 15 degree windchill just added to the irony of the Christmas in April run Saturday, April 8. As the participants gathered in Stepan before the race, I heard one guy say to his running partner, "They've fooled the weather into thinking it really is Christmas, and it's reacting accordingly."
- A younger brother's lesson on love (Letter To the Editor )
I never thought I would learn a lesson about love from my younger brother. Joseph Patrick Kepferle. My little brother by two and a half years.
- Absence of meat in dining hall is not repressive (Letter to the Editor )
Friday, April 7, Joanna Mikulski said that with meatless Fridays, "The decision to consume or not to consume meat is taken from me." Non-Catholics and non-practicing Catholics want to choose meat on Fridays but they cannot. It is, quite clearly, a very reasonable claim. I want something not bad in itself and I'm denied having it.
- Abhorring student apathy (Letter to the Editor )
Pick your vice; today's society offers us a multitude of personal flaws to which we can choose to succumb. You name it — addictions, hatred, envy, vanity — the list goes on. Licentiousness is as universal as are the complaints about parietals here at Notre Dame. Just don't let your choice be indifference. It is by far the weakest form of living.
- SMC professor awarded grant (By COLLEEN McCARTHY Associate News Editor)
Nancy D'Antuono, professor of Italian at Saint Mary's, is among a select group of the nation's college educators — 15 to be exact — who re-ceived a grant from the Na-tional Endow-ment for Humanities for interdisciplinary study of Italian ruins from Greek and Roman civilization.
- Theologians discuss justification (By ERIN PIROUTEK Associate News Editor)
For centuries the disagreement between Catholics and Lutherans has hinged on the Doctrine of Justification. Traditionally Lutherans have emphasized that salvation is by faith alone, while Catholics maintained that good works are necessary for salvation. On October 31, 1999, representatives of the Roman Catholic Church and the Lutheran World Federation signed their first ever joint doctrinal statement, "The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification." The statement acknowledged a basic doctrinal agreement on the theological issue of how God justifies, or saves, people.
- Bauer: Microsoft could face more lawsuits (By COLLEEN McCARTHY Associate News Editor)
The April 3 ruling by a federal judge that computer giant Microsoft violated U.S. antitrust laws does not mean that the case is over.
- Members discuss 24-hour space, basketball court parking (By HELENA RAYAM News Writer)
The Campus Life Council addressed two ongoing resolutions during Tuesday's meeting.
- Notre Dame announces recipients of honorary degrees University to bestow nine degrees at (By HELENA RAYAM News Writer)
The University will award honorary doctorate degrees to nine recipients from various fields, along with United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan, at Notre Dame's 155th Commencement May 21.
- LaFortune revisions, new center unlikely (By JASON McFARLEY News Writer)
While the results of last fall's Student Senate survey on the LaFortune Student Center may not be followed to the letter when the University considers the addition of campus social space, the student input should prove valuable nevertheless, according to Father Randy Rentner, assistant vice president of Student Affairs.
- Oakenfold leaves crowd wanting more (Tony Cak Scene Music Critic)
Paul Oakenfold. You may be wondering who he is. For those of you who do not know, he is one of the top British DJs and producers. His remixes, in the guise of the Perfecto label, are played throughout the world. He draws large crowds wherever he DJs, especially at his own club, Home, in London.
- Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters perform solid show (Dave Fulton Scene Music Critic)
"Let's play ball," exclaimed Anthony Kiedis through the microphone as the Red Hot Chili Peppers took the stage and jumped into a furious "Around the World" during their show with the Foo Fighters, April 8, in Bloomington, Ind.
- Handsome Boy sets new hip-hop standard (Todd Callais Scene Music Critic)
Every once in a while an album comes around that may not get continuous play in every music fan's discman, but definitely has the potential to be a trendsetter and hold a spot in the "what album most motivated your music?" space in future music magazine interviews. "So … How's Your Girl" by Handsome Boy Modeling School, the collaborative effort of Dan "the Automator" and production genius Prince Paul, is one of those albums.