- Irish overcome last-second jinx in win Notre Dame turns Purdue blunders to its advantage (By BRIAN BURKE Sports Writer)
Gary Godsey seemed neither surprised nor impressed when Notre Dame's first-time starter at quarterback was told he completed one more pass than Purdue's Heisman hopeful Drew Brees in Notre Dame's last second 23-21 win over Purdue Saturday.
- Irish learn to walk tight-rope of success (Kathleen O'Brien Associate Sports Editor)
What a difference a year makes.
- Setta turns special teams into positive for Irish (By NOAH AMSTADTER Assistant Sports Editor)
The year was 1994. The event was the Pop Warner eighth-grade national championships in Daytona Beach, Fla. The game remained close until the final minutes, the team from Lockport, Ill., hanging with the boys from St. Louis.
- Focused Belles battle to 1-1 tie against Olivet College (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports writer)
They came, they played hard, they played long, and eventually had to settle for a tie. The Saint Mary's soccer team stands at third in the MIAA with a 1-1 tally against Olivet's squad.
- Riley leads team to first Big East victory (By ANDREW SOUKUP Sports Writer)
Freshman Chad Riley scored the first goal of his collegiate career and sophomore goalkeeper Greg Tait had another stellar game as the Irish men's soccer team beat Big East rival Syracuse 3-0.
- Irish take Seminole tourney (By RACHAEL PROTZMAN Sports Writer)
Notre Dame volleyball upped its record to 7-3 following this weekend as it seized the Lady Seminole Volleyball Classic title.
- Irish stay unbeaten with West Coast wins (By KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
The second-ranked Notre Dame women's soccer team rarely misses a chance to seize an opportunity. This weekend was no exception.
- Belles still winless after loss to Hope (By ALICIA ORTIZ Sports Writer)
This past Saturday, the Saint Mary's Belles found victory in their loss against nationally ranked Hope College.
- ROTC violates Catholic principles (Aaron Kreider Think, Question, Resist)
Let us take a conservative, but critical view of ROTC's presence on campus. The correct question is whether Notre Dame's ROTC program meets the minimalist standards of Catholic "Just War Theory" (we are not applying the more strict principles of pacifism that are also supported by the Church, though I encourage readers to decide for themselves whether pacifism might not be more Christ-like).
- Quote of the Day (Mahatma Ghandi Nobel paece prize winner)
"I believe in the doctrine of non-violence as a weapon of the weak. I believe in the doctrine of non-violence as a weapon of the strongest. I believe that a man is the strongest soldier for daring to die unarmed."
- Presenting ROTC perspectives fairly (Letter to the Editor )
I want to thank Pax Christi for hosting the Tuesday discussion: "A Way to Peace, or Peace is the Way? Catholic Perspectives on ROTC." It was a great way to hear a lot of important issues related to being in the military that people might not think about otherwise. Unlike past presentations on the issue, this presented differing perspectives more fairly.
- Deserving student support (Letter to the Editor )
Saint Mary's College is renowned as an example of what college pride should be throughout the neighboring campuses and community. I was embarrassed to see our wonderful reputation tarnished this weekend when I attended the Belles volleyball game against Hope College. I was shocked to find the stands of our Angela Athletic Facility virtually empty. There were only eight SMC students and a handful of parents on hand. Why did the visiting team have more support than our Belles?
- Defining abortion's biological realities (Joshua Kirley Swift's Confederate)
I learned at a young age to never talk about abortion or politics. I also learned to never drink liquor after beer. But no matter how many times I regret it later, breaking either rule always seems like a good idea at the time.
- Library receives $16 million bequest (by MAUREEN SMITHE )
In what is the largest estate gift ever made to the University, the late William Carey's estate donated $16 million to renovate the Hesburgh Library, establish a scholarship fund and support the University's Erasmus Institute.
- In her daughter's footsteps (by COLLEEN McCARTHY Associate News Editor)
On Christmas Eve 1999, Bridget Torsell received a Christmas present in her mailbox that was to be the realization of a lifelong dream. Awaiting the now 48-year-old woman was an acceptance letter from the Saint Mary's admissions office.
- IU prof, Knight critic discusses role of college athletics on campus (by TIM LOGAN News Writer)
In May, Murray Sperber fled Indiana University after receiving death threats for his criticism of controversial IU basketball coach Bob Knight.
- Happy 75th birthday, LeMans! (By MOLLY McVOY Scene Writer)
The most visible building on Saint Mary's campus is celebrating its birthday this month.
- Life, legends and an American dream (Scott Little just a little)
They were there for us in each and every war involving Americans since 1919... They were there for us to build up our communities, offer recreation and to volunteer leadership... They were there to enhance the welfare of our children...