- Notre Dame ascends to No. 2 ranking (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Writer)
Climbing to the No. 2 spot in the College Baseball Poll, Notre Dame baseball continued to impress poll voters during Easter Break, as two doubleheaders catapulted the team atop national rankings.
- Irish blast Badgers for best record since 1985 (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Writer)
They expected to win. Just not by this much.
- Irish claim win against top 10 opponent (By ANTHONY BISHOP Sports Writer)
The Irish split two games with a pair of top 10 teams this week and picked up their first victory ever against a top 10 opponent when they defeated No. 7 Yale 9-6.
- No. 4 Notre Dame defeats Army (By JOE LICANDRO Sports Writer)
Led by a career-high four goals from junior Devin Ryan and another strong offensive performance from senior captain Tom Glatzel, the Notre Dame men's lacrosse team defeated Army 17-13 in a hard-fought, physical match-up.
- Belles falter in MIAA meet, now 1-3 in league (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
The Saint Mary's track team lost a poorly-attended dual meet to the Knights of Calvin College and the Alma Scots Saturday, dropping its MIAA record to 1-3.
- Luther, DePauw put end to Saint Mary's perfect record (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
Perfection can only exist for so long before it disappears. This weekend, the Saint Mary's tennis team dropped its perfect record, but managed a solid Saturday victory to end the weekend on a high note.
- Alma overwhelms Belles, wins two (By MOLLY McVOY Senior Staff Writer)
The No.8 team in the country proved too much for the Belles, as they dropped a double header to the Scots of Alma College, 8-0 and 8-0 on Friday.
- Miller records 900th career win (Observer Staff Report )
Liz Miller, head coach of Notre Dame Women's softball recorded the 900th win of her career in the second game of a doubleheader sweep at home against Pittsburgh.
- Picking our fights (Nate Phillips Copy Editor)
This weekend I watched a truly thought provoking NBC special on television that focused on the problems with heroin in our nation.
- You should swear off swears, but can you? (Eric Long Fitter, Happier, ...)
It starts at home. The swear word spreads by mouth, a foul and contagious disease, from parent to child. And these darn swear words filter through the generations, until they invade the television and the classroom. Curses corrupt absolutely, and a country's language reflects its morality — just ask Orwell.
- `Just Do It' like Joey Ramone (James Seider junior)
Joey Ramone died recently. He was the first of my musical heroes to pass on, although more will undoubtedly join him in the near future, succumbing to old age and the ill effects of their rock and roll lifestyle.
- Execution about vengence, not justice (Josh Stowe senior)
I wish to respond to Stacy Davis's letter on Thursday, in which she wrote the following: "Pray for Timothy McVeigh if you want, but please make no excuses for his actions. He brought his fate upon himself."
- All Christians to blame for sins (Sheryl Overmyer senior)
We are agents in communion, in communities constituted by shared practices and language. We do things with words. Words affect our relationships with one another. They divide. They unite.
- Cincinnati riots result of an undemocratic system (Sarah Turner The Daily Cardinal)
- Quote of the Day (Robert Merrill opera singer)
"If you think you've hit a false note, sing loud. When in doubt, sing loud."
- Bush confirms speech (By LAURA ROMPF Associate News)
Notre Dame officially announced Tuesday that President Bush will be the principle speaker and recipient of an honorary doctor of laws degree at the Univer-sity's 156th Comm-encement exercises May 20.
- Gunmen strike 2 off-campus homes Armed robberies net 5 arrests, spur moves to campus (BY JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
Two armed robberies of off-campus residences late last week have resulted in the arrests of five suspects and prompted University intervention on behalf of the more than a dozen student victims of the break-ins.
- Roemer: budget has winners and losers (By NOREEN GILLESPIE News Writer)
For Indiana third district Congressman Tim Roemer, America's fascination with the federal budget isn't all that different from the sportsmanship lessons he teaches his sons' tee ball team.
- Author urges women to refocus (By MYRA McGRIFF Saint Mary's Editor)
Some women need to refocus on their lives in order to stand independently strong, said Esperanza Zendejas in her lecture "Success for The 21st century" Tuesday night.
- Cornell discusses civil rights (By TIM LOGAN Senior Staff Writer)
It was 1964.