- Yeah, I'm a slacker By MIKE VENEGAS
Hey, I didn't do my homework the other day. I was supposed to read about 250 pages for four classes, but I didn't do it.
- Wake Up Calls Create Football Hype By: Matthew Loughran
Only a week into my college career, I was quietly sleeping on the bottom bunk in 431 Keenan Hall trying to recover from the previous night's festivities and the emotional pressure of trying to find a way to fit into a strange environment.
- Ownership of press allows University to make ad rules Letter to the Editor
This is a reply to Jay Johnson and all the other whiners who decry the University's ban on gay ads as an "attack on the First Amendment." Mr. Johnson, being in government and international studies, should know that it is not an attack on the First Amendment.
- UVA editor responds to Notre Dame ad policy Letter to the Editor
At one point during my agonizing search for the perfect college, I had two major criteria. Being a good Catholic girl, I seriously considered attending a school affiliated with the Church. I also hoped to attend a school that emphasized academic freedom, and particularly, one that could prepare me for a career in journalism. I never imagined that those two criteria could be at odds. But 21 years of Sunday Mass should have taught me never to underestimate the Catholic Church.
- Davie thanks students Letter to the Editor
On behalf of the entire 1999 Notre Dame football team and coaching staff I would like to thank you for the tremendous atmosphere you created on campus this past week. We have now won ten straight home games, due in no small part to the home-field advantage created by our student body.
- Alum argues for class
in the stands
in the stands Letter to the Editor
Analyzing, complaining, and worst of all, taunting: these were all rampant at the stadium when I attended Notre Dame, and I am embarrassed to observe that they continue. I know that I do not address all of you here, but I am too proud of the Irish to let classless fan contributions go unnoticed.
- Stereotypes fuel confusion Letter to the Editor
In response to Carrie Leonard's letter in Monday's Observer, I do not feel that the African-American alumnus who had submitted the letter earlier had anything against custodians or janitors at all. I feel the issue involved was the issue of preconceived notions that people may carry about others based upon their ethnicity, gender, religious beliefs, personal appearance, occupation, etc.
- Anderson recognized for world-wide service By LIZ ZANONI
Last spring break, senior Angela Anderson traveled to the small, third-world island of Haiti to improve polluted water conditions.
- Police charge Morrissey intruder with felony theft JOSHUA BOURGEOIS
A week of thefts in Morrissey Hall ended Tuesday with a car chase and the arrest of an alleged serial burglar.
- SMC improves athletic facilities for MIAA By MOLLY MCVOY
Assistant Sports Editor
New courts, new fields and new personnel are all part of future plans of Saint Mary's athletics, now a permanent member of the Michigan Collegiate Athletic Association.
- Rome program gets funding boost Special to The Observer
Notre Dame has received a gift of more than $1 million from Frank Montana of Largo, Fla., for the College of Architecture's Rome Studies program.
- University announces promotions HELENA RAYAM
With the school year under way, many members of the Notre Dame faculty are settling into new job positions after summer promotions.
- Provost awarded endowed faculty history chair Special to The Observer
Nathan Hatch, the University's provost, has been awarded an endowed faculty chair in history, according to University President Father Edward Malloy.