- Notre Dame prepares for Cleveland State By KERRY SMITH
The Notre Dame men's soccer team returns to Alumni Field tonight when it takes on the Cleveland State Vikings in a non-conference match-up.
- Irish Volleyball splits matches By MATT OLIVA
The Notre Dame volleyball team split two matches this weekend in the Big Orange Bash in Clemson, S.C., for a second-place tournament finish.
- Belles Volleyball squad proves tough competitors in tourney By KATIE MCVOY
With a 2-2 record at the Ohio Northern Tournament this weekend, the Saint Mary's volleyball team reached its goal — to be a real competitor, according to head coach Randa Shields.
- Runners place fifth By DOROTHY CARDER
Saint Mary's cross country team placed fifth overall at its first meet on Friday evening at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Mich.
- Eradicating postmodernism
I have spent the last two years of my life blaspheming the trinitarian god of postmodernism — diversity, tolerance, and academic freedom. It is in that spirit that this is written.
- The Beginning of Notre Dame's `Final Solution' Letter to the Editor
After closely reading the arguments in favor of the "gay ads" ban I have changed my mind, and I am now in favor of the restrictions. Ads should be in sync with Catholic teaching. This is a Catholic university after all.
- Let your 'boos' for Bob be heard Letter to the editor
I am writing as a concerned alumnus hoping to do what I feel is my duty for my alma mater — to do whatever I can to help people speak out about the state of our beloved football program. Unless we are vocal the administration will not get the message that some changes are desperately needed. To those who would call me someone who places football above more important priorities, I need only say that the football program put this university on the map and has brought it a great deal of prosperity over the years.
- A presidential toast to Clinton Mary Beth Ellis
FOR THE PRESIDENT CLINTON DRINKING GAME YOU WILL NEED:
- Symposium evaluates sweatshop labor By MAGGY TINUCCI
The University's symposium on sweatshops began Monday night, highlighting Notre Dame's leadership role in the national movement.
- CLC discusses diversity program for residence halls By FINN PRESSLY
A new diversity program is headed for the residence halls this semester, according to David Moss, assistant vice-president for Student Affairs.
- DeNoble: Tobacco industry chooses money over lives By KRISTEN ALLEN
Victor DeNoble, a former researcher for Philip Morris and a key witness in the federal government's case against the tobacco industry, shared his findings Monday night.
- College plans rummage sale By COURTNEY BOYLE
In preparation for the beginning of the Performa Master Plan, Regina Hall will hold a rummage sale to both clear the building and raise funds for local charities.