- Older and wiser (Jason McFarley Assistant News Editor)
The stare from the woman down the aisle said everything, and my first instinct was to retreat like a scolded puppy. But this was no time to back down.
- Bringing diversity to campus (MSPS What's Your Shade?)
"A female Irish Guard? You have to be kidding!"
- Quote of the Day (Neil Simon dramatist and screenwriter)
"Sports is the only entertainment where, no matter how many times you go back, you never know the ending."
- Endulge a little healthy revolution (Anna Barbour Get a Life)
"Do you feel tired, rundown, listless? Do you poop-out at parties?" If you know where this quote is from, then you are very cool in my opinion. But seriously, are you tired of the run-of-the-mill, day-to-day movement we moderns call living? Do you ever wish you were a CIA agent in Poland during the Cold War? No? Why the heck not?
- Crossing over both ways (Elizabeth Warburton junior)
I would like to commend you on finally representing students who attend both ND and SMC. However, your article stresses Notre Dame students who take courses at Saint Mary's and barely mentions SMC students who have a major at both schools. I want to let you know that every day Saint Mary's students cross Route 33 not to go to a party or a sporting event, but to go to class.
- Promote ND image to those who view our actions (Steven Reed senior)
Here are a few notes on Mathew Lester's letter titled, "Fans don't take back seat to tradition."
- Need for class is obvious (Matt Quirion Class of '00)
Somebody help me out here. I can't tell if Mr. Lester was being sarcastic in his letter on Tuesday, or if he is truly so misguided as to think that being hostile to visiting fans is part of Notre Dame tradition. I'd like to give him the benefit of the doubt and think that Mr. Lester is trying to make some sort of sarcastic point, but I've just got this sinking feeling.
- Stop, drop and roll Members of the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's communities reflect on fire safety. How safe are the University and College? (By MEG DADAY News Writer)
The piercing sound of a fire alarm reverberated throughout junior Ryan Flanagan's room in O'Neill Hall early this year. As Flanagan evacuated the building for the first fire drill of the year, students living on the third and fourth floors remained undisturbed until hall staff directed them out of the building. Had there been an actual fire, these students might not have escaped.
- ND classes find a shortage of TA's (By ERIN LaRUFFA Associate News Editor)
Whether there are 50 or 250 students in a lecture class, large courses can seem impersonal.
- Rape victim speaks out to community (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Saint Mary's News Editor)
Editor's Note: Kelly and Justin are pseudonymns.
- Construction plans near completion at Saint Mary's uActivities center and Madeleva renovations are coming soon (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Saint Mary's News Editor)
The winds of change continue to waft Saint Mary's campus. A new Student Activities Center is in the works and the major renovations due on Madeleva Hall are on the way through the planning stages.
- Professors: campaigns are not focused on the issues (By MARIBEL MOREY News Writer)
According to David Leege, professor of government, campaign themes are not about issues, but about which groups will benefit from the kind of leadership the candidate would bring to the office.
- College drafts sweatshop policy Task force will act as a catalyst in raising awareness (By MYRA McGRIFF News Writer)
On Aug. 31, Saint Mary's finished a final draft of their sweatshop policy. With help from students, faculty, administration and Worker Rights Consortion (WRC), the policy proposed many ways to stop the mistreatment of workers around the world.
- Fall TV season premieres with fresh faces, familiar favorites to win viewers' hearts Networks rely on popular classics for solid ratings among faithful fans (Matt Killen Scene Writer)
While television viewers gear up for an onslaught of new shows this fall, some have been waiting months to see their favorite programs return to the tube with all new episodes.
- Who will be next `Survivor' of new fall programs? (Melissa Rauch Scene Writer)
Although the Olympics may have caused a slight delay, the new fall season of television is finally here. In addition to favorite returning shows, the networks are offering 31 new programs to entice viewers to the couch every week.