- Irish careful in heat (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
After thunderstorms forced Notre Dame's football team to move their practice indoors to the Loftus Sports Complex Aug. 22, the Irish training staff kept a close eye on Darrell Campbell and several Irish football players who are particularly susceptible to hot weather conditions.
- Irish find success in tourney (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame men's soccer team completed a successful preseason this weekend at the Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne Soccer Showcase. The Irish defeated the host-team IPFW Saturday 5-0 and returned Sunday with a 3-0 shutout of Michigan.
- Freshman scoring leads Irish to 2 exhibition wins (By JEFF BALTRUZAK Assistant Sports Editor)
With a pair of exhibition wins, the fourth-ranked Notre Dame women's soccer team opened their season impressively against Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Iowa this past week, defeating the two by a combined score of 5-1.
- ND alumni secure championship (Special to The Observer )
- Strictly for the freshmen (Eric Long Fitter, Happier)
A couple weeks ago I helped my little sister move into college. Needless to say, I got all weepy and introspective during and after the move.
- Quote of the Day (Edith Warton author)
- IU community suffers growing pains and lack of housing (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
A year ago, IU housing coordinators faced a situation almost identical to what Notre Dame is now experiencing.
- New professors promote campus diversity, feminist theory (By JILL MAXBAUER News Writer)
At Saint Mary's this year, Professor Alexis Brooks-DeVita joins the English department teaching African American Women's Autobiographical Writings, African American Women in Literature, and a first year Language and Literature W class entitled Women Writing About Ethnicity, Equality and Education.
- Willis ready for change and city involvement (By LETY VERDUZCO News Writer)
Marie Willis is one of the many fresh faces at Saint Mary's this fall as she assumes her position as assistant director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
- Moving in around the globe (Laura Kelly French Connection)
This is why my mother stressed out about the packing list Walsh Hall sent me as an incoming freshman: it told me I might need extra-long sheets to fit my bed.
- You can't take it all with you ... or can you? Scene takes a look at the reality and hassle of moving into dorms and the carloads of unnecessary junk we haul cross-country (By JACQUELINE BROWDER Scene Writer)
It all begins the moment you open your acceptance letter. You start to envision yourself sitting in a spacious, parent-free dorm room, surrounded by good friends, good times and a state-of-the-art entertainment system. You can't wait for college to begin.