- Cross Country: Breaking away Irish look to continue success in National Catholic Championship (By: JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
Every September, both the mens and womens cross country teams welcome squads from many of the nation's Catholic colleges and universities to the Burke Memorial Golf Course for the National Catholic Championships.
- Mens Interhall: Knott hopes to turn around winless season (By: JUSTIN SHUVER, LISA REIJULA and PAT LEONARD Sports Writer)
In 2000, Knott faced Sorin for the interhall football championship.
- Mens Soccer: Large crowd sees Bradley upset Irish (By: JOE HETTLER Associate Sports Editor)
The biggest crowd to ever watch a mens regular-season soccer game at Bradley didn't go home disappointed Thursday night.
- Womens Tennis: Young players look to contribute right away (By: MARK ZAVODNYIK Sports Writer)
Some say that age is nothing but a number. That is exactly what the Notre Dame womens tennis team believes as it heads into the season-opening Prince Cup Invitational in Columbus, Ohio.
- Volleyball: Another Michigan team to challenge Irish (By: MATT LOZAR Sports Writer)
Notre Dame volleyball coach Debbie Brown wants her team to treat Wednesday's loss against Purdue just like a win in preparing for Saturday's contest against Michigan.
- Womens Interhall: Potter works magic in Breen-Phillips win (By: JUSTIN SHUVER and TREY WILLIAMS Sports Writers)
A pair of speedy sophomore wide receivers and an efficient quarterback proved the difference as Breen-Phillips shutout Pasquerilla West 27-0 in Gold League interhall action Thursday night.
- Womens Soccer: No. 7 Irish seek to avenge last year's loss Notre Dame ready for Big East rival Rutgers (By: JOE LICANDRO Sports Writer)
Payback will be on the mind of the Notre Dame women's soccer team this weekend. Last year, Rutgers shocked Notre Dame 2-1, marking the first time an Irish womens soccer team had ever lost a game to Rutgers.
- Womens Golf: Irish begin season at Michigan State (By: ANDY TROEGER Sports Writer)
In the past few years, Notre Dame has made an increased commitment to its golf programs with the building of the Warren Golf Course and the hiring of full-time coaches John Jasinski and Debby King.
- Not this time, not this year After five consecutive losses, the Irish are looking to turn the tide and win success in the goal posts (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
With just under eight minutes left in the game, with the wounds from the previous season's victory still tender, with the memory of a slip that cost them the game still fresh in their minds, the Irish fell back into a nightmare.
- Looking for the true testament (Katie McVoy Associate Sports Editor)
The first question Tyrone Willingham was asked at his weekly press conference was in reference to the significance of facing another black head coach in this weekend's game a-gainst Michi-gan State. He an-swered in his usual straightforward manner.
- Watson back on the field where he belongs (By ANDREW SOUKUP Sports Writer)
It killed Courtney Watson to watch the Irish defense from the sideline instead of lining up at his familiar inside linebacker position.
- Jenkins never misses out on practice or a play (By JOE HETTLER Associate Sports Editor)
There has been one constant at every Notre Dame football practice during the past three seasons — Omar Jenkins.
- Keg thefts (By Sarah Nestor, Saint Mary's News Editor and Shannon Nelligan, News Wire Editor)
Keg stealing is the latest college sport to hit off-campus living since the invention of playing cups on the back porch. And believe us, as unwilling participants we should know.
- Accepting excuses trivializes crimes (John Litle Frankly Obnoxious)
So just give me his name and I will kill whomever it is you want dead.
- Quote of the Day (G. K. Chesterton writer)
"`My country, right or wrong' is a thing no patriot would think of saying except in a desperate case. It is like saying, `My mother, drunk or sober.'"
- UNICEF's world is unfit for children (Charles Rice Right or Wrong?)
The U.N. Child Summit convened in New York City last May to promote the welfare of children. Two intriguing concepts of child welfare emerged.
- Get the facts before you get some (Amanda Rubio off-campus)
The subject of birth control is a very weighty issue. Many women, especially college-aged women, choose to take the pill as a form of contraception.
- Patriotism entails criticizing the government (Michael Collins Daily Kent Stater)
- Safety measures need improvement (Observer Editorial )
Last Saturday, J. Terence Reilly, 64, of Northbrook, Ill., suffered a massive heart attack while sitting in his seat in Section 118 of Notre Dame Stadium during the football game against Michigan. The 1960 Notre Dame alumnus passed away while waiting for paramedics to reach him in the crowd of spectators.
- Bishop, Foley demand Smith's resignation (Meghanne Downes Assistant News Editor)
Erik Smith, former Student Union Secretary, was persuaded to resign Sunday night after serving at the post for the past five months.
- North Dining Hall revamps image (Joe Trombello News Writer)
From the mountain bike resting in the corner of the entrance to the brightly colored display promoting National Rice Month to the sounds of Creed complementing a meal, North Dining Hall has been awash with new ideas.
- Speaker addresses SMC's Catholic identity Symposium (Sarah Nestor Saint Mary's News Editor)
Many Catholics follow the doctrine and beliefs of the Church but often do not reflect or question why the doctrine is taught and followed, Monika Hellwig told the Saint Mary's community Thursday.
- University disputes controversial birth-control survey (Matt Bramanti News Writer)
Most Catholic universities in the United States fail to provide adequate reproductive health options to their female students, said a recent study by a radical Catholic splinter group.
- Dayton Contemporary Dance Company moves SMC (Emily Ford News Writer)
Students crowded into Saint Mary's Regina Hall dance studio Thursday for a master technique class offered by the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
- Wring out the old and bring in the new (Janelle Beadle News writer)
The small laundry service tucked away on the north side of campus is making moves to establish more ties to students with new packaging plans.
- Dorm Dogs (By MARIA SMITH Scene Writer)