- FOOTBALL: Angry Irish anxious to `kill' Spartans (By KERRY SMITH Sports Writer)
Irish co-captain Rocky Boiman summed it up simply.
- FOOTBALL: Weaving a national title Senior defensive end leads by example in perennial quest for the ultimate prize (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
Anthony Weaver catches himself dreaming from time to time.
- Irish students, athletes one and the same (Noah Amstadter Sports Editor)
A little more than three years ago, I left home for the first time and came as a freshman to Notre Dame. A few weeks earlier, a letter was dropped into the mailbox at my house.
- Bring on the Big East Irish ready to begin conference play this weekend (By JOE LICANDRO Sports Writer)
After two weeks of tough practices and scrimmaging against each other, the Notre Dame women's soccer team is ready to play anyone in a different colored uniform. The Irish will not have to wait any longer as they play host to both Villanova and Georgetown this weekend at Alumni Field.
- Belles ready for final conference tune-up (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
The Belles have one more chance to sink a victory before they tee off for the championship.
- New faces bring new atttude to Irish golfers (By JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
With a new coach, strong veterans, promising freshmen and a defined goal, the Notre Dame men's golf team begins its quest to qualify for the NCAA Regionals for the first time since 1966 with Saturday's Earl Yestingmeier Invitational at The Player's Club in Muncie, Ind.
- Irish return to Big East play against Rutgers (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Writer)
Following a long break from conference play, the Notre Dame men's soccer team will return to Big East action this weekend when they host No. 23 Rutgers (2-1-1).
- Irish seek sixth straight National Catholic tradition (By KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
Notre Dame's top seven runners will run together for the first time today as they go for their sixth-straight National Catholic Invitational title. The Irish will set the tone for their season as they debut their first team.
- Irish face circus atmosphere in Big East opener (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
The Irish women's volleyball team begins their 2001 Big East season Saturday night surrounded by a circus atmosphere — literally.
- Top 7 to run together (By KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
The No. 5 Irish will host the National Catholic Invitational today, running full force for the first time this season with senior All-Americans Ryan Shay, Luke Watson and Pat Conway.
- Dillon, Alumni renew rivalry (By ANTHONY BISHOP, KATIE KINNER and MATT FURRIE Sports Writers)
Dillon and Alumni open their seasons with their most passionate game of the year as the two rivals square off Sunday.
- After narrow los, Belles hungry for victory (By KATIE McVoy Associate Sports Editor)
Wednesday night's close call made the Belles hungry for a win. And tonight, they will be satisfied.
- Belles set to take on MIAA competition at Jamboree (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
The Saint Mary's cross country team will take on MIAA competition for the first time this season tomorrow at the MIAA Jamboree at Hope College.
- Fisher, Knott play in second opener (By JOE HETTLER and MATT LOZAR Sports Writers)
It's deja vu all over again for members of the Knott and Fisher interhall football teams this weekend, as they will collide in their second straight season opener.
- Lyons' defense set for Badin's offense (By MATT MOONEY and BRIAN LONG Sports Writers)
The unstoppable force meets the immovable object when Lyons and Badin take the field Sunday.
- Siblings set to square off (By AARON RONSHEIM and MATT DeNICOLA Sports Writers)
For senior Erin O'Keefe and freshman Megan O'Keefe this Sunday's 2 p.m. game between Off-campus and Howard will be more than a battle of two Blue League rivals.
- Football rant (Matt Orenchuk Assistant Web Administrator)
In light of all that has happened in the past days, I am actually glad that we have a football game this weekend. What that means is that I think it is time to start healing. While I won't forget those who have suffered, the country must move on and show America is strong.
- Chaos abounds in U2 ticket lines (The Observer editorial The Observer editorial staff)
And we thought the football ticket distribution system was bad.
- Complain through proper channels (The Observer editorial The Observer editorial staff)
It seems like one of the time honored traditions at Notre Dame is complaining about student government. Another time honored tradition is not doing anything to help student government improve.
- Lack of planning wastes time (Jesse Feyen graduate student)
I know that by now we all understand how futile and embarrassingly ridiculous the U2 ticket distribution was; we need not belabor that point.
- Quote of the Day (Benjamin Franklin printer, scientist, statesman)
"There never was a good war
- Impending war is not worth the cost (Joanna Mikulski Tuesday Voice on Friday)
More than a week after the tragedy that shook our nation, I fear that I can offer no opinion or reflection on the terrorist attacks different or more insightful than those already expressed.
- Fallibility extends even to doctors (Steve Carroll A Medical Perspective)
Let's say you are admitted to the hospital for surgery such as having your tonsils removed or arthroscopic knee surgery. What are the chances that your doctor or nurse will commit a medical mistake that will injure or even kill you? The numbers are much higher than you would expect.
- Saturday scholars event to feature terrorism panel (By ANDREW THAGARD News Writer)
The inaugural Saturday Scholars Lecture Series will address the events of Sept. 11 rather than featuring an interactive performance by the Actors from the London Stage.
- Security cracks down on tailgaters (By MIKE CONNOLLY News Writer)
Extra security patrols this weekend will seek to stamp out student sponsored tailgaters before the Michigan State game.
- Faculty present papers at Vatican conference (By NATASHA GRANT News Writer)
Three Notre Dame faculty members presented papers at the "Work as a Key to the Social Question" conference Sept. 12-14 in Vatican City.
- Freshmen class elects representatives (By JUSTIN KRIVICKAS News Writer)
The Class of 2005 chose representatives for each of the 28 dorms on campus starting Sept. 12.
- Some wait 8 hours for U2 tickets Students complain distribution process is chaotic, disorderly (By JASON MCFARLEY News Editor)
As late night fell Thursday on one of the biggest ticket sales events in Notre Dame history, students remained packed in lines outside the Joyce Center, waiting for tickets to an Oct. 10 concert by Irish rock band U2.
- Officials plan collection for terrorist victims (By ERIN LARUFFA Associate News Editor)
At the end of the first quarter of Saturday's football game, stadium ushers and student volunteers will spread throughout Notre Dame Stadium, asking fans to reach into their wallets to help victims of Sept. 11's terrorist attacks.
- Security increased for MSU game (By HELENA PAYNE News Writer)
Although comfortable with its security system, Notre Dame Security/Police will make some changes in response to the recent terrorist attacks for Saturday's home football game against Michigan State.
- Marching onward to Victory This weekend, over 85 alumni cheerleaders will return to campus for a spirit-filled reunion weekend, taking the field on Saturday to cheer on the Irish (By SHEILA FLYNN Scene Writer)
If you see Mike Brown on campus this weekend, don't start worrying about tailgate-induced hallucinations: He's back.
- SMC stage alive with motion Ririe and Woodbury Dance Company visits O'Laughlin Auditorium (By JENNIE BUEHLER and SARAH NESTOR Scene Writers)
Saint Mary's experienced a dance explosion when Ririe and Woodbury Dance Company performed Thursday night at O'Laughlin Auditorium.