- Veteran offensive line ready for opener (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Associate Sports Editor)
After a lackluster performance in the 1999 season, Notre Dame's offensive line cannot wait to show Irish fans that it's ready to rumble.
- Irish will fare better with White (Mike Connolly Outside)
After years of Michael Wadsworth's inept reign as athletic director, Kevin White has already brought an air of competence and professionalism to the department in his short time in the position.
- Murphy, Graves take game global in off-season (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Associate Sports Editor)
Instead of taking a breather from basketball this summer, Notre Dame's junior forwards Troy Murphy and David Graves decided to split up and take their game global.
- 'Cosby' conflict (By Jason McFarley Copy Editor)
Remember the Huxtables — Cliff, Clare and the five kids?
- Liberation to the point of exploitation (Guest Column Emily Fuller)
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- Quote of the Day ( Gloria Steinem)
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- Encouraging voting through terror (Guest Column Tim Kearns)
- Waiting for the future of Catholic education (Charles Rice Right or Wrong?)
The Catholic bishops' Application to the United States of Ex Corde Ecclesiae, the 1990 apostolic constitution on Catholic universities, will go into effect next May 3rd. In this academic year, the bishops and the universities will dialogue as to how to implement the Application.
- Members approve new structure (By HELENA PAYNE and ERIN LaRUFFA)
Student body president Brian O'Donoghue challenged the Campus Life Council (CLC) Monday to rebuild a "viable and worthwhile" council with a new structure.
- WRC now functions as full organzation (By MYRA McGRIFF News Writer)
In one of the first steps necessary to function as a sweatshop monitor, the Worker's Rights Consortium (WRC) set up its governing board and approved its constitution over the summer.
- NDSPD offers student bike registration (By SCOTT BRODFUEHRER News Writer)
The Notre Dame Security Police Department will be registering bikes today, Aug. 29, and Thursday, Aug. 31, outside of North Dining Hall from 7 to 9 a.m., South Dining Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and LaFortune Student Center from 4 to 7 p.m.
- Notre Dame aims to revamp area (By LYNN OLSZOWY News Writer)
Notre Dame is taking active measures to help improve South Bend's northeast side.
- 3 Doors Down plays more than just Kryptonite (Chris Scott Scene Music Editor)
Listening to the radio for even a brief second this summer allowed for the inevitable possibility of hearing many of the new sounds traveling over the airwaves. One of the most popular of these new sounds was that of the band 3 Doors Down and their freshman project, The Better Life.
- Simplistic show proves successful for Pearl Jam (Sam Derheimer Scene Music Editor)
The crowd at the Deer Creek Music Ampitheater in Noblesville, IN was beginning to get antsy just before Pearl Jam finally came onto stage. Sonic Youth had powered their way through a blistering set that lasted close to an hour, but that was almost an hour before. Dusk had settled into evening. Every time a roadie came onto to stage, the crowd erupted in misguided cheers. A sold-out, die-hard crowd was getting restless, waiting without patience on this warm August night to see the band they would follow to the end of the earth. And then, they came out.
- Page finds true magic with Black Crowes (Emmett Malloy Scene Music Critic)
Particularly during its latter days, Led Zeppelin was the source of its own problems. By creating an elaborate, layered sound in the studio, the pioneering metal gods struggled to reproduce the mastery of its studio work in a live environment. Especially hampered and frustrated by the quartetÕs limitations in concert was guitar maestro, Jimmy Page. With only the backing of a bassist and a drummer, Page was overburdened with both rhythm and lead guitar responsibilities, and rarely in concert was he able to shine like he did in the studio.