- FOOTBALL:Holiday to start against A&M (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
Irish head coach Bob Davie named sophomore quarterback Carlyle Holiday the starting quarterback for Saturday's game against Texas A&M.
- ND WOMEN'S SOCCER: Irish host No. 3 Huskers (By JEFF BALTRUZAK Assistant Sports Editor)
In the most important game the Notre Dame women's soccer team's short season thus far, the No. 4 Irish take on third-ranked Nebraska in a showdown of collegiate soccer heavyweights tonight at Alumni Field.
- MEN'S INTERHALL BLUE LEAGUE: O'Neill tops St. Eds for first-ever win (By MATT LOZAR and JOE HETTLER Sports Writers)
Sept. 23, 2001 will go down in the history books of O'Neill Hall.
- Football takes back seat to bigger things in life (TED FOX Fox Sports ... Almost)
Saturday was a special day in Notre Dame Stadium. For anyone that was there, you don't need me to tell you that.
- WOMEN'S INTERHALL BLUE LEAGUE: Veselik, Ducks stamp out Crime (By AARON RONSHEIM and MATT DeNICOLA Sports Writers)
On a rain-drenched Sunday afternoon at McGlinn Fields, the Howard Ducks defeated Off-Campus Crime 18-0 Sunday.
- WOMEN'S INTERHALL GOLD LEAGUE: Bulldogs tame Lions, win 12-6 (By MATT MOONEY and BRIAN LONG Sports Writers)
The first play set the tone.
- SMC Soccer: Saint Mary's ties suprising 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.
- WOMEN'S INTERHALL BLUE LEAGUE: Finest, Chickens battle tonight (By PHILIP KOESTERER, JOE HETTLER and DAVE COOK Sports Writers)
Farley and Lewis have something in common: they both fell prey to Walsh's tough defense in two tied games during the past two weeks. Tonight, they'll each be looking for more offensive production when they square off against each other on West Riehle Field at 8 p.m.
- MEN'S SOCCER: Irish to take on Braves (By CHRIS FEDERICO Sports Writer)
The men's soccer team heads to Peoria, Ill., tonight for a contest with No. 22 Bradley (4-2-1).
- SMC SOCCER: Belles look to overcome weather, Scots at home (By KATIE McVOY Associate Sports Editor)
The Belles will play come rain or shine. For the fifth consecutive home game, the Saint Mary's soccer team has to play under questionable weather, but this time they're ready.
- MEN'S INTERHALL GOLD LEAGUE: Kangaroo defense hops over Manorites (By MATT FURRIE, KATIE KINNER and ANTHONY BISHOP Sports Writers)
Amidst the wind and rain, Keough's defense was just strong enough to pull off a 7- 0 victory over Morrissey.
- Students demonsrate fair weather pride (Courtney Boyle News Copy Editor)
American pride, who knows what it is? Until two weeks ago you never saw people randomly waving an American flag or saying that they were proud to be an American. This makes me question whether or not people really are proud and know what it means to be Americans on a day to day basis or if it is something we all take for granite.
- Pass on diversity and hospitality (Theresa Ferry What's Your Shade?)
Bike-Aid taught me more than how to fix a flat in under two minutes or how to draft off of fellow riders. Biking approximately 70 miles per day, six days per week, I had the chance to visit almost 60 different communities this summer and meet many new people. I learned how to relate to people better and how to appreciate diversity.
- Quote of the Day (Alexander Pope writer)
"True friendship's laws are by this rule express'd, welcome the coming,
- Taxes burden the common man (John Litle Frankly Obnoxious)
Sitting down to write this column, I had no idea what I should even talk about. I talked to friends who all had some pretty good ideas, but when I think about it everything seems to have a lesser importance after the events of two weeks ago today.
- Band performance thrills and inspires (Jim Kress class of '48)
I have been a close observer of marching band performances, usually at Notre Dame Stadium, but have never been as thrilled, proud and emotionally involved as I was last Saturday, thanks to the remarkable performance of the Band of the Fighting Irish and the magnificent show designed and executed by Dr. Kenneth Dye in cooperation with counterparts at Michigan State.
- This is not a time for peace (Trey Obering class of '73)
I was deeply saddened and outraged by the tragic terrorist attacks in our great country against innocent men, women and children on Sept. 11.
- ND alumna campaigns for congressional seat (By Jason McFarley News Editor)
It only took a few days on Notre Dame's campus in 1972 for Kathleen Cekanski Farrand to realize she was in the right place.
- BOG discusses Strategic Plan (By Shannon Nelligan News Writer)
Mary-Jo Regan-Kubinski, co-chair of the Strategic Plan, presented the possibility of increased student involvement and awareness in the Strategic Plan at Monday's Board of Governance meeting.
- Lecture focuses on reading scriptures (By Sarah Nestor News Writer)
Dr. John Cavadini gave the second lecture Monday night for Saint Mary's endowed spirituality series.
- V marks the next step in the evolution of Live (By TOM O'CONNELL Scene Music Critic)
Besides being a talented rock group, Live is known for its intense spiritual themes. Live has long been a band of searchers, mixing values and styles from both east and west. The band's fifth release, V is definitely an exploratory album. Unlike so many other bands, it asks questions instead of just giving answers. In this self-reflexive album, Live speaks candidly about its own personally journey — and it's not just a generic story of an average anonymous struggle.
- Ecletic mix makes Mink Car hard to classify (By TOM O'CONNELL Scene Music Critic)
There's something simultaneously amusing and frustrating about They Might Be Giants' latest release, Mink Car. Combining widely eclectic musical styles with their signature droll sense of humor, Mink Car makes it even harder to accurately classify this band.
- Beta Band tone down psychedelic sound (By SAM DERHEIMER Assistant Scene Editor)
Psychedelic trip-hop folk. It doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. It also doesn't make a whole lot of sense. But then again, neither do the Beta Band. And `psychedelic trip-hop folk' may just be the best way to describe the eclectic sound of this foursome of indie rockers from Edinburgh.