- Irish bounce back to win column Davie breaks 4-game losing streak with win over old friend (By TIM CASEY Assistant Sports Editor)
His shoulders straightened, elbows tucked, open palms pointed towards the royal blue sky and arms flung above his head.
- Gutsy Irish wear hearts on sleeves in opener (Kathleen O'Brien Associate Sports Editor)
Going for it on fourth-and-one to set up a 17-yard Julius Jones touchdown.
- Defense scores points with solid performance (By KERRY SMITH Sports Editor)
Irish head coach Bob Davie and his staff spent the off-season retooling Notre Dame's defense, hoping to breathe life back into a line that struggled last season.
- Cougars upset highlights tournament win (By RACHAEL PROTZMAN Sports Writer)
Notre Dame volleyball jumped into the 2000 season with a first place finish in the Shamrock Invitational tournament, including a win over No. 15 Brigham Young University.
- Irons inspires Irish (Ted Fox Fox Sports... almost)
Did anyone happen to catch that one series during the game on Saturday?
- Undefeated Irish look to fine tune play (By KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
It's hard to find many coaches of undefeated teams who aren't entirely ecstatic with their teams' play, but Notre Dame women's soccer head coach Randy Waldrum is such a man.
- Belles view winless tourney as success (By KATIE MCVOY Assisrant Sports Editor)
Relying on its young members, the Saint Mary's volleyball team finished this weekend's tournament at Alma with a record of 0-5.
- Belles open season against Alma (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports Writer)
The Saint Mary's College soccer team opens its 2000 MIAA and regular season with a home contest against the Alma College Scots on Sept. 4 at 4 p.m.
- Hanlon leads Belles at Ferris Invitational (By STEPHANIE REDWANSKI Sports Writer)
Freshman Liz Hanlon led the Belles golf team to an eighth place finish in its first tournament of the year. Host Ferris State finished first out of the 15 teams but the emergence of Hanlon made the weekend a success for the Belles.
- New Ideas, New Beliefs (by ERIN LaRUFFA )
I think that football games should only have three quarters. Okay, that makes no sense. Three thirds? Or what about four quarters that last for 10 minutes each?
- Violating du Lac with PSA, ROTC and fans (Aaron Kreider Think, Question, Resist)
Today I participated in an unregistered demonstration at Notre Dame. Yes, I violated du Lac. If only students could be free on campus without breaking such rules!
- Quote of the Day ( Adlai E. Stevenson)
"My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular."
- Reflecting on summer issues (Mike Marchand Questionable Freedoms 2000)
"Hey, Mike, how was your summer?"
- Students' pep doused ( Jacquelyn Posek)
At this moment we, two seniors, are sitting in the computer cluster at CCMB while the pep rally rages on in the Joyce Center. As seniors, Michelle and I were looking forward to spending our final season opening pep rally among our senior friends, as it is notoriously the craziest and most entertaining pep rally of the year.
- Aide recipient praises Shirt Project's good works ( Brent Moberg)
As a recent graduate visiting campus for the A&M game I had the opportunity to read the Friday, Sept. 1, edition of The Observer.
- Game day tradtion (by LAURA ROMPF )
Seniors and first-year students not only sit on different ends of the student section during Notre Dame home football games, they also have different experiences throughout the weekend. Last weekend was no different.
- Saint Mary's returns to top of the charts (by MOLLY McVOY )
Saint Mary's College is once again the best Midwest Liberal Arts College, according to the U.S. News and World Report rankings.
- Freshman ID glitch affects 40 students (by JESSICA NEEDLES )
Imagine being refused entrance to the dining halls because workers there claim you have already eaten four times in one day.
- D.C. — more than just a monumental weekend The nation’s capital is much more than just big buildings and big debates. Within the “Beltway” lies a city rich with food, music and ... bad driving. (Colleen McCarthy and Christine Kraly )
They’re sold as pop-up guides and “how-to” diaries, but visitors’ maps to Washington, D.C., don’t truly capture everything that makes the city great. A fruitful journey through the city should include more than just a stop at the White House and a few Lincoln Memorial photo ops.
- Things to know before making the patriotic trek: (Christine Kraly and Colleen McCarthy )
The Metro is the way to go. Generally cleaner and faster than a cab ride, the Metro is the most popular mode of transportation in the city. When staying for more than a day or two, it’s best to buy a multi-ride pass. It’ll save money and make it easy to just swipe the card and hit all the best stops.