- Free people read freely (By LAURA PETELLE )
What do "Catcher in the Rye," "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," "A Wrinkle in Time," "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," "Lord of the Flies," "Slaughterhouse Five," "One Hundred Years of Solitude," and "Little Red Riding Hood" have in common?
- The Chicken or the Human? (Mike Marchand Questionable Freedoms)
Contrary to the opinions of too many people on this campus, the most important issue at Notre Dame is not the current record of our football team, or the job status of its head coach. I love the football team as much as anyone, but we have to think big picture. (That would be outside the campus — and I mean further than the Linebacker.)
- Administration's logic on ad ban inconsistent (Kate Rowland Read this. It may save your life.)
Let me see if I have this straight ...
- ND needs to hear silent screams of eating disorders (Letter to the Editor )
They affect between five and 10 million females and one million males. They ravage the lives of 7 percent of America's undergraduate population. The mortality rate of one of these demons is near 20 percent, the highest of any mental disorder. And the University of Our Lady is shutting its ears to the silent screams emanating from the victims' mouths.
- University opens new center (By MAUREEN SMITHE )
Friday marked the official opening of the new Intercultural Center on the second floor of LaFortune.
- Lecture features art accessibility (By LINDSAY FRANK )
Art museums are evolving to become more user-friendly, said Allan Wallach, professor of Art History and American Studies at the College of William and Mary, in a lecture Friday.
- Conference studies business ethics (By LIZ ZANONI )
A two day business conference on ethical confilicts ended Friday, leaving students with an ethically centric view of the business world.
- Lecture: Indian politics adapts to religious war (By KRISTEN FITZPATRICK )
The Kellogg Institute hosted a conference this weekend covering topics on the political and economic situations in India, including child labor and education, ethnicity and politics, and nationalism.
- Boys will be boys (By ELLEN ANDERSON Scene Writer)
Three wise men once claimed to want girls — yeah, all they really wanted was girls. "Girls: To do the dishes, to clean up my room, to do the laundry and in the bathroom ... Girls." Perhaps these men, collectively known as the Beastie Boys, are not to be considered the tell-all experts on the subject of women, but their spunky 1987 hit "Girls" does leave women wondering about one thing: What is it that guys are all about?