- Corrigan tallies 100th win as Notre Dame beats Army (STEVE KEPPEL Sports Writer)
The men's lacrosse team's win over Army last Saturday marked the 100th Irish career win for 12-year head coach Kevin Corrigan.
- Knish secures victory for Saint Mary's over Albion College (KATIE McVOY Assistant Sports Editor)
The Saint Mary's tennis team upped its league record to 5-2 and broke its three-game losing streak as it defeated Albion College 6-3 Tuesday.
- Teams fall without star players Wojcik, Doherty (KERRY SMITH Sports Editor)
Some of Bookstore's top-ranked teams could have used a little help from the men's basketball coaching staff Tuesday.
- Irish dominate in doubleheader sweep of Chicago St. (BRIAN TRAVERS Sports Writer)
Irish pitchers got the job done once again, allowing only three runs as Notre Dame (28-9) took two games from Chicago State (14-15) Tuesday night at Eck stadium.
- Losses drop Belles to seventh in MIAA (By KAREN SCHAFF Sports Writer)
Saint Mary's dropped to seventh place in the MIAA after going 2-2 in Sunday and Monday's games to push their season record 16-13.
- Irish look to recover at Akron (By KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
After a lost weekend which saw scores soar and morale plummet, the squad will be looking to reprise earlier season successes in their last regular season tournament of the season this weekend at the Akron Invitational. The Invite represents Notre Dame's last chance to gain momentum heading into postseason play.
- No comment (ByJASON McFARLEY News Copy Editor)
- Quote of the Day (Bruce Catton Civil War historian and Pulitzer prize winner)
"Say this for big league baseball ó
- John Rocker has right to free speech U-Wire Column (Jonathan McMurry University of Connecticut)
In an interview for Sports Illustrated last December, Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker made disparaging and racist remarks with respect to the fans of the Braves' hated rivals, the New York Mets. Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig suspended Rocker for 28 games and fined him $20,000 for his comments. An arbitrator recently reduced Rocker's suspension to a few games and 500 bucks.
- Bookstore needs to get original Letter to the Editor (John Scolaro Junior)
I am writing to express my concern for the Notre Dame bookstore. I have observed a depressing trend over the last couple of months regarding the type of clothing that is being sold.
- Law school is more than rating Letter to te Editor (Douglas Kmiec Professor of Constitutional Law)
Visiting campus last week for the law school's superb Natural Law Jurisprudence lectures, I noted law student Joseph Tomain's letter (April 14) regarding law school hiring. Mr. Tomain expresses some anxiety because Notre Dame Law School slipped a few places in recent U.S. News Rankings.
- Thanks for Christmas in April Letter to the Editor (Paul White Notre Dame Class of 1960)
On behalf of South Gateway Rotary and all the homeowners, I would like to thank all the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's students for devoting their Saturday to Christmas in April. It was certainly heart-warming to see so many students give their time on a beautiful day to help others.
- ND needs dialogue on sex Letter to the Editor (Mary Ann Hennessey Notre Dame Class of 1990)
I was a bit dismayed by the two letters in Thursday's Observer "Men on Campus respond to rape letters." Over the past few weeks, a number of women have poured out their souls, their pain and their isolation on the pages of The Observer, and these two letters were the only response from Notre Dame men?
- Panel discusses different views of campus rape (By MICHELLE KRUPA Senior Staff Writer)
Victims of rape and sexual assault have several options for reporting crimes and receiving counseling services, according to employees of campus and community support agencies.
- Stock market picks up this week (By ERIN LARUFFA Asistant News Editor)
Accustomed in recent years to record-setting highs in U.S. stock markets, American investors last week watched their stocks lose over $2 trillion.
- Renner and Nagle urge for study days (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Saint Mary's News Editor)
Board of Governance has set out to obtain study days for the Saint Mary's student body, days that Notre Dame students already receive before finals.
- Saint Mary's Peacemakers club travels to Washington D.C. (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Saint Mary's News Editor)
Members of the Peacemakers club at Saint Mary's attended the controversial protest of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Washington, D.C., this weekend.
- SMC sends constituents to WRC (By MOLLY McVOY Saint Mary's Editor)
The constituents from Saint Mary's who attended the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) convention felt it was successful and informative and are looking forward to the national university caucus meeting on April 28.
- Sucking the mud out of AnTostal’s heart (Andrew McDonnell Scene Writer)
Not to jinx all of Northern Indiana, but it appears that after months of Mother Nature playing the role of fickle goddess, we may finally be done with the snow. Spring is surely rearing its beautiful head in delicate intervals. As Robert Penn Warren might say, that honey-lipped, sparkly eyed, orbish-eared wood nymph, the one with the jaundiced fingertips, Spring, is surely trotting nimbly through the forest ‘twixt the lakes.
- Snite displays MFA/BFA Thesis Exhibition (Katie Sanders Scene Writer)
Have you walked by the mammoth wooden box in the entrance to O’Shaughnessy? Perhaps you have mistaken this for maintenance crew leftovers.