- The ball is in your court (By JASON McFARLEY Copy Editor)
Maybe it's a mistake on my part to assume that my three white roommates are unconcerned with race and race issues. It's just that of all the issues for them to take an interest in, race doesn't come to mind as one of the most likely.
- Continued protection of abortion (Charles Rice Right or Wrong?)
Three Supreme Court cases last June provide a look at what passes for constitutional law (or what is left of it) these days.
- Quote of the Day (Bill Carlin athlete)
"Look, when that crowd gets to cheering, when we know they're with us, when we know they like us, we play better.
- Adapting saves the environment (Joanna Mikulski Innsbruck Stimme)
In Heffterhof, Salzburg, Innsbruckers place of residence, all of the lights work on timers. A stay in the shower of longer than 15 minutes guarantees an abrupt descent into darkness and a desperate cry to a (hopefully) sympathetic roommate to reset the light.
- Seeing red at Notre Dame (Letter to the Editor )
I know that many of you are disappointed in the alumni and "sell-outs" that gave their tickets away to the loyal 'Husker fans drooling for their chance to witness a little piece of history. Anyone would be angered to see opposing colors outnumber the Blue-Gold. You need to realize that as a 'Husker fan, I was so embarassed that your fans kept our fans quiet! If you hadn't noticed, our fans were in awe of the tradition being brought before our eyes and those Irish fans that did attend the game, kept the 'Husker fans out of the game completely.
- Nelson: care-givers do not earn adequate pay (By ANDREW THAGARD News Writer)
Workers in the primary education, elderly and childcare and nursing industries are drastically underpaid, said Julie Nelson, a notable economist from Harvard Divinity School in a Monday night lecture titled "For Love or Money — Or both? Gender, Justice, and Caring Labor."
- Students create book of SMC stories, history (By MARGARET HOOD News Writere)
Three Saint Mary's students are compiling College ghost stories and pride facts in a book to make people aware of Saint Mary's rich history.
- MBA students to study e-business (By KATE NAGENGAST Assistant News Editor)
In response to the drastic changes the Internet caused to modern business practices, the Mendoza College of Business created an e-commerce curriculum to provide students with applicable knowledge about commerce, consulting and entrepreneurship.
- SMC creates club to boost athletic support (By KATIE McVOY News Writer)
This year, Saint Mary's athletics will be bringing its alumni back into focus as the College begins the Saint Mary's Belles Varsity Club.
- Gutiérrez urges Catholics to find `solidarity with poor' (By TIM LOGAN Senior News Writer)
More than 500 students and faculty packed the seats in McKenna Hall Monday night, and spilled onto the carpeted floor around the podium.
- Athletic department reviews ticket policy (By SCOTT BRODFUEHRER News Writer)
As a result of an unexpected overabundance of Nebraska fans at Saturday's game, the athletic department will be reviewing its policy on football tickets.
- Bush, Gore push towards election (By ERIN LaRUFFA Associate News Editor)
Throughout the spring and most of the summer, many Americans – if they were paying attention to national polls – probably thought Republican nominee George W. Bush would be the next president.
- Fame doesn't help Dogstar's lack of originality (By LISA BRUNO Scene Music Critic)
Yes, Keanu Reeves is in a band. As are Bret Domrose and Robert Mailhouse. Unfortunately for Reeves, Dogstar may not prove as big a hit as "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure."
- Rap music thrives, despite absence of any logic (Geoffrey Rahie )
Why do I listen to rap music? Every time I hear the latest Dr. Dre or Eminem single, I just laugh at the simple bass line and corny keyboard loops. I make fun of the idiotic lyrics.
- Sophomore effort fails to recapture magic for Jets (By JOE REISING Scene Music Editor)
They say all good things must come to an end, and for fans of the Blake Schwarzenbach led punk group, Jawbreaker, the end to Schwarzenbach's intelligent punk music appeared to occur in 1996 when the group disbanded. However, the end proved just to be a new beginning for Scwarzenbach.