- They're not ND Erin Piroutek
I don't want to talk about the game. I don't want to rehash botched calls, questionable play-calling, or stupid mistakes. I don't want to think about the "if-only's." It's too painful. Let me mourn in peace.
- Who Can I Call in Antartica? By KATE ROWLAND
Following my last column, I received several entirely anticipated hostile e-mails and letters, not a one of which minced words in sharing opinions of me. "You're just a stupid woman" was the most frequent comment I heard, but the comment "You're too hard-nosed and aren't open to discussion" was close behind.
- Me and the F-word By MIKE MARCHAND
I've been a student at Notre Dame for three weeks now, and somehow I get the sense that I don't fit in. Ordinarily, I wouldn't care, but everywhere I go, I hear the F-word. It's a word that doesn't offend me unless I'm its intended victim. Most of the time, I hear the F-word in very hushed tones, like the people who use it don't want me to know that they're saying it, but I hear them anyway. Some brazen people come straight out and hurl the F-word at me. Of course, the word I'm talking about is F-R-E-S-H-M-A-N.
- Administration shows bigotry and fear in ads ban Letter to the Editor
When we learned of the policy implemented by the administration of systematic discrimination against any advertisements from GALA, our hearts were deeply saddened and angered.
- Top Ten Reasons ND Footbal Team Shoots Itself in the Foot Letter to the Editor
10. They trust Big Ten officials to understand exactly what constitutes a touchdown.
- Service project enters second year By CRISSIE RENNER
About 65 Saint Mary's students, faculty and staff members volunteered at local agencies Saturday as part of the second annual Saint Mary's in the City community service program.
- Lecture traces fall and rise of Harley-Davidson By BOB KERR
While major corporations were handing out candy bars and jelly beans to prospective recruits during career day Friday, marketing executive Ken Schmidt greeted a crowd in the Jordan Auditorium with the roar of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
- Students, corporations network at business career forum By LAURA SEGURA
A sea of suits and ties flooded the College of Business Administration last week as Notre Dame business students met with representatives from more than 100 companies at the annual COBA Career Forum.
- Passing the cancer stick By COURTNEY KERRIGAN
Everyone has been affected by smoking at one time or another. For some, smoking is a necessity for surviving the drudgery of everyday life. For others, it is simply an annoyance to be dealt with, or maybe even embraced only in social situations. And for a few, smoking is an evil presence that stole away loved ones through lung cancer, heart disease or other smoking-related diseases.