- Notre Dame looks to spike Miami of Ohio for victory By MATT OLIVA
The Notre Dame women's volleyball team will host Miami of Ohio tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Joyce Center.
- Defending champion Keenan looks to hold onto title By KEVIN BERCHOU
That cool breeze the last couple of nights usually signifies the arrival of two things: autumn and interhall football, which kicks off this weekend.
- Farley looks for revenge against BP in season opener By RACHEL PROTZMAN
This Sunday will be the chance for Farley to get revenge against Breen-Phillips for eliminating it from the playoffs last year.
- Belles take third in match By SARAH RYKOWSKI
Last year Saint Mary's home tournament was cancelled due to bad weather.
- Red Storm defense plans to wreak havoc on Otters By RACHEL BIBER
When Zahm and Sorin face off this Sunday, a batch of new talent will debut.
- Notre Dame seeks revenge against Spartans By BILL HART
At the start of this season, many Irish supporters saw the Michigan State game as a chance to exact some revenge.
- Merandi exemplifies leadership By BRIAN KESSLER
As dusk approaches, a long day of football practice finally ends.
- Snaps critical against MSU Observer Staff Report
Last year against Michigan State, a blocked punt sparked the Spartans to a 42-point first half. Against Kansas, long snaps were frequently off-target. One off-target snap led to a blocked extra-point attempt.
- Irish take on another tough quarterback By TIM CASEY
After facing one of the top quarterbacks in the country last week, anything the Irish face now should be a breeze.
- Florida takes on Tennessee in the Swamp By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN
Florida fully expects to get its revenge on defending national champion Tennessee as the Volunteers come into the Swamp this weekend.
- Spartans face first test of season in Irish By CHARLES ROBINSON
Spartan tailback Dawan Moss had never even touched the football in a game, and suddenly he was chugging 42 yards for a touchdown.
- Notre Dame rides wave of emotion By ANTHONY BIANCO
The Irish held an unusual Sunday practice last week after the Purdue loss.
- ND investigates Chappell's reported NCAA violation By TIM CASEY and BRIAN KESSLER
Notre Dame is investigating allegations that backup quarterback Eric Chappell may have violated NCAA rules by attempting to sell complimentary football tickets, school officials said Thursday.
- Irish go to Rose Bowl in 1925 By MIKE CONNOLLY
In rare instances, the product is as good as the hype.
- Pruzinsky, Mikacenic solidify ND roster By MIKE CONNOLLY
In rare instances, the product is as good as the hype.
- Irish look to dominate at Catholic Invitational By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN
The men's cross country team aims for its fifth straight title and the women seek their fourth-consecutive championship as Notre Dame hosts the National Catholic Invitational today.
- Through the lens
You probably don't know me. I am the photo editor here, which means that while my pictures takes up big chunks of these pages, my words do not. But my work puts me way down on that hallowed football field, and there is a valuable perspective from below.
- Sweatshops and the Catholic Difference By TODD DAVID WHITMORE
Given that the next session of the symposium on sweatshops (Sept. 27) is on Catholic teaching and sweatshops, it is worth looking at least one way in which addressing the issue from a Catholic perspective can make a difference.
- Student Government addresses advertising ban Letter to the editor
Recently, the administration of the University of Notre Dame has come to the conclusion that the Gay and Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame and Saint Mary's (GALA) should not be allowed to advertise in The Observer. The University offers two explanations for this action.
- Churney first to criticize coaching, last to understand how it works Letter to the editor
I am replying to Brian Churney's recent criticism of Bob Davie which ran in the Observer. As a proud alumni and die-hard supporter of Notre Dame and her proud football tradition, I must admit that I am repulsed by Mr. Churney's statements. While it is true enough that Davie has made mistakes in the area of time management — most notably the LSU safety — footage shown on ESPN tonight indicates that Big Ten officiating, not Davie, was the primary cause of the Purdue loss.
- Churney ridiculous, victim of numerology Letter to the editor
Brian Churney's scathing indictment of Bob Davie in yesterday's Observer is ridiculous and deserves a reply. Logic was never a required course at a university, but perhaps the deans should again encourage its study — judging by Mr. Churney's lack of it.
- Studying in the shadows Graduate students thrive on research at undergrad-focused institution CHRISTINE KRALY
Known more for pep rallies than post-docs, Notre Dame has been associated with undergraduate education since its inception.
- Profs: Long-term costs of conflict are unclear MIKE ROMANCHEK
As the United Nations prepares to send an Australian-led peacekeeping force to East Timor, the independence of the Indonesian territory is still uncertain, and the long-term ramifications of the event are even more so, Notre Dame government professors said.
- East Timor activist discusses the conflict KATE STEER
East Timor activist Kristen Sundall talked with a group of students yesterday about her experiences in the province and the recent atrocities there.
- Koppel: Technology is changing news industry rapidly LAURA ROMPF and MAUREEN SMITHE
The face of journalism is changing due to continuing technological advancements, "Nightline" anchor and managing editor Ted Koppel told a packed the Hesburgh Library Auditorium Thursday.
- Justice Kennedy talks to London students about U.S. law ANNE MARIE MATTINGLY
The interest of American citizens in their Constitution and the legal system based upon it is unique among world countries, said Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in a lecture Thursday to Notre Dame students in London. "Americans [during the Revolutionary War] now identify themselves as existing for a Constitution. [It] is their self-identity," he said. "The Constitution doesn't belong to judges and lawyers. It's the people's."
- Burns named scientist of the year LAURA ROMPF
The Geological Society of America recently named Peter Burns, associate professor of civil engineering and geological sciences at Notre Dame, its 1999 young scientist of the year.
- Soisson receives top Alumni Assoc. award Special to The Observer
Richard Soisson, a 1950 University of Notre Dame graduate from Kalamazoo, Mich., will receive the Notre Dame Alumni Association's Harvey G. Foster Award for distinugished civic and athletic endeavors.
- Reynolds analyzes smooth '99 South African elections CHRIS DESBARRES
Despite the lingering effects of decades of apartheid, South Africans this summer enjoyed a smooth transition of power to new president Thabo Mbeki, assistant government professor Andrew Reynolds said on Thursday.
- SMC faculty earn promotions NICOLE HADDAD
A number of Saint Mary's faculty members have been granted promotions for the 1999-2000 school year.