- Same Play, same result (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
- Make it five in a row Michigan State makes big plays, Notre Dame makes big mistakes (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
Michigan State had it. Notre Dame didn't.
- Seniors battle hard in tough loss to Spartans (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
As the Irish fell to the Spartans for the fifth year in a row Saturday, the pain couldn't have been worse than what members of the Irish senior class felt. The seniors will graduate without ever posting a win against Michigan State.
- Irish runners take titles Shay makes history as first four-time winner in Irish first place finish (By KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
As the Irish claimed No. 1 at the National Catholic Invitational on Friday, senior All-American Ryan Shay made tournament history on by becoming the first runner to win the National Catholic Invitational title four times.
- Handley leads Irish to second place finish in National Catholic Invite (By KATIE HUGHES Sports Writer)
Junior Jen Handley took first and led the Irish to a second place team finish at the National Catholic Invitational Friday at the Notre Dame golf course.
- Clouds rain first victory on Belles (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
It's about time. That sentiment sums up the feelings of the Saint Mary's soccer team as it took home its first victory of the season against Rose-Hulman. After two hard-fought close MIAA losses and a devastating 9-1 loss to Kalamazoo, Sunday's 4-3 victory over Rose-Hulman Sunday felt great.
- Irish fall prey to Scarlet Knights again (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Writer)
The men's soccer team suffered its first home loss of the season Saturday night, falling 3-0 to No. 23 Rutgers (3-1-1). The Irish fell to 2-3 on the season.
- Irish squeak by unranked opponent again (By JOE LICANDRO Sports Writer)
Amy Warner's overtime goal saved Notre Dame from tying another unranked opponent at home Friday night against the Villanova Wildcats. Warner scored her second goal of the night in the second overtime to give the Irish a 2-1 win.
- Saint Mary's ties surprising Alma for second (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
It was a solid but surprising finish for the Belles this weekend at Lenawee Country Club. Playing in the final MIAA tournament before the championship, the Belles tied with Alma for a second place finish. Albion, last year's MIAA champion, took home the first place finish.
- Irish sink to last place at Invitational (By JOE LINDSLEY Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame men's golf team did more than fall short of their goal of winning the Earl Yestingmeier Invitational in Yorktown, Ind. Sunday.
- Meyers seriously injured during Belles loss (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
The Belles lost more than their game on Friday as leading player Angie Meyers suffered a possible season-ending injury. During a 3-2 loss to Adrian, Meyers incurred an injury that will affect the team for the rest of the season.
- Kreher helps Irish find Big East victory (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
Kristy Kreher found her game, and so did the Irish.
- Belles improve in MIAA meet (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
A seventh place finish may not seem like a victory. But for a team that has finished last in every conference meet for the last four years, seventh place was a victory.
- Senior class? (Angela Campos Lab Tech)
Let's get one thing straight from the start, I didn't like the outcome of Saturday's game. As a senior, I was hoping that we'd finally see a victory over Michigan State. It's the fourth time I've seen Notre Dame lose to State. And I could rant about "Davie this … Davie that …" and complain about "we all saw the fake punt coming" and ridicule the team on if they know how to catch or not.
- It is time for us to face reality (Mike Marchand Undistinguished Alumnus)
What more can I add?
- Quote of the Day (Oscar Wilde writer)
"As long as is regarded as wicked,
- New terrorism calls for new tactics, skills (Scott Flipse Pro Bono)
We are at war now. But it is a war like no other, fought on many fronts, requiring new military, diplomatic and law-enforcement tactics and new skills from our leaders.
- Business news needed at Notre Dame (Dave Willson senior)
Notre Dame has since its inception created programs to prepare bright young people to become successful and responsible citizens. From humble beginnings, the University has added programs in engineering, government, law, business and other disciplines to improve the quality of our education. Each of these programs is vital to the continuity of our civilization when complemented by a liberal arts education.
- Booing contradicts tradition (Lieutenant Dan Cook class of '96)
First, I read the three articles in the Chicago Tribune about yesterday's loss to Michigan State that all revealed two things: First, the coach/quarterback controversy and second, the boo's that reached down to the team as they left the field. Needless to say, my wife ('95) and I were both disappointed to hear about the loss, and even more disappointed to read about the classless behavior from the home crowd.
- Thieves swipe Knott computers, valuables (By SCOTT BRODFUEHRER Assistant News Editor)
Several Knott Hall rooms were burglarized this weekend shortly after midnight Saturday. An assistant rector pursued a suspect across Juniper Road to the faculty parking lot but was unable to detain him. Most of the items were later returned.
- SMC, Santa Fe Indian School collaborate (By NATALIE BAILEY News Writer)
Saint Mary's is in the final stages of establishing a partnership with the Santa Fe Indian School, a venture that would set up an exchange program for the College to send one or two student teachers to the New Mexico school.
- Lecture outlines goals of Santa Fe, SMC partnership (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
Twenty-six years ago, Joseph Abeyta, Superintendent of the Santa Fe Indian School, never imagined the learning capacity he is shaping in young Native American minds today.
- Freeman discusses the value of prayer (By TREISCH LEONE News Writer)
Brother Laurence Freeman, a Benedictine monk, spoke at Saint Mary's Sunday on the topic of Christian meditation as part of a three-night endowed lecture series on prayer.
- Alumna shares real world experience (By MYRA McGRIFF Saint Mary's Editor)
To celebrate Saint Mary's business and economics departments' 25th year of offering a four-year business administration degree, the departments have announced the Young Alumna Speaker Series.
- Internet made the radio star Scene takes a look at WVFI and its upcoming events. (By MATT KILLEN Scene Writer)
Everyone from the DJs to station managers at the student radio station WVFI are members of the student body. As students their greatest desire is to share their love of music with the student body and create more venues where students can enjoy music. To accomplish these goals, they've got big plans to make WVFI a more relevant part of the community.
- My parents were right, again (By LAURA KELLY Scene Writer)
I hate it when every adult from my childhood turns out to be right. Unfortunately, it seems to happen all too frequently as I grow older.