- MEN'S TENNIS: Fall season heats up. Irish open season this weekend at Tom Fallon Invite (Rachel Biber Sports Writer)
Although the chilling weather is making a return to South Bend, the fall season is just warming up for the Irish men's tennis team as it head into the Tom Fallon Invitational this weekend at home.
- Fisher deserves more (Mike Connolly Sports Writer)
With 1:42 remaining in the first quarter against Michigan State, Notre Dame's offense finally came to life at its own 20 yard line.
- WOMEN'S BLUE LEAGUE: Chaos jails Crime with 28-0 victory. (Joe Hettler and Phillip Koesterer Sports Writers)
Too many big plays and too much defense proved to be just too much for the Off-Campus interhall football team Tuesday night, as it fell to Cavanaugh 28-0.
- SMC SOCCER: Belles hope to improve on winning streak (Katie McVoy Associate Sports Editor)
The ice has been broken and now the Belles are looking to heat up the season.
- Remedies for Notre Dame football (Colin Boylan Sports Writer)
OK, so the Notre Dame football team is 0-2 and suddenly those long Saturday afternoons are looking like a splendid time to catch up on some homework for your classes next week.
- WOMEN'S GOLD LEAGUE: Pangborne hopes to weasle by PE (Aaron Ronsheim and Matt Furrie Sports Writers)
On Thursday night the Pasquerilla West Weasels and Pangborn Phoxes will have two different mindsets. The Phoxes are coming off a winless season and looking towards the future while the Weasels are hoping to continue their march into the post-season.
- Discovering our inner rebel (Amy Schill Dazed and Amused)
People have always tried to do things that set them apart from the rest of the crowd. Non-conformists for years have changed their clothes, hairstyles and hair colors in order to look different.
- Quote of the Day (Mohandas K. Gandhi Indian nationalist leader)
- Students' hearts loyal to football team (Tim O'Connor senior)
This is in response to Monday's letter from Lt. Dan Cook, but more specifically, it is in response to four years worth of letters from various alumni from around the country who basically say the same thing.
- Confront real issues (Lieutenant Colonel Lynn Hamilton O'Connell, United States Army Class of '84)
Joanna Mikulski, in her article "Impending war is not worth the cost", has demonstrated an utter lack of comprehension of the war waged on the United States and the President's actions.
- End terrorism with unconventional means (Nadia Elinbadi Daily Targum)
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.
- ND researchers study WTC debris Lab to call NY officials today with dust analysis (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
A team of Notre Dame researchers expected today to contact New York officials with analysis of dust and debris from the collapsed twin towers of the World Trade Center.
- Union president delivers trade lecture Steelworkers chief says corporate neglect of values hurts industry (By MATT BRAMANTI News Writer)
America's vital industrial economy — and its national security — is suffering due to corporate neglect of American values, according to Leo Gerard, president of the United Steelworkers of America.
- Members eye dining hall improvements (By ERIN LaRUFFA Associate News Editor)
At its meeting Wednesday night, the Student Senate discussed dining hall issues and possible improvements to Notre Dame's meal plan system.
- Latina journalist urges students to pursue dreams (By LETY VERDUZCO News Writer)
Sandra Guzman, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and former editor-in-chief of Latina magazine, encouraged students in a lecture to follow their dreams and not be deterred by the opinions of others.
- Saint Mary's opens intercultural leadership center (By KATIE RAND News Writer)
The Center for Women's InterCultural Leadership (CWIL) at Saint Mary's officially opened with an Open House for campus faculty and staff Wednesday afternoon.
- University dedicates plaque in front of Corby (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
Notre Dame formally dedicated Wednesday a plaque that clarifies or corrects information inscribed on a 1911 statue of former University President Father William Corby.
- A timely `Apocalypse' The anticipated theatrical release of `Apocalypse Now' arrives in the midst of mourning (By MATT NANIA Scene Movie Editor)
The current mood of the country is understandably not one befitting the release of a war movie. As people are praying for peace, as citizens are shocked by innumerable casualties, as even the slightest allusion to anything related to the terrorists attacks gets censored, along comes Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 Vietnam War film "Apocalypse Now," updated, re-mastered and re-cut with 49 minutes of additional footage.
- `Party' doesn't do its characters any favors (By JUDE SEYMOUR Scene Movie Critic)
"The Anniversary Party," the directorial debuts of actors Alan Cumming ("Get Carter") and Jennifer Jason Leigh ("Single White Female"), is a voyeuristic peek inside a couple's sixth wedding anniversary party. Invited are cross-sections of Hollywood's petty, narcissistic and self-absorbed breeds posing as caring friends.
- Tragedy weighs on every life in `Hereafter' (By JOHN DONNELLY Scene Movie Critic)
A bright yellow school bus slowly winds its way down a road through a wintry Canadian wilderness. An overprotective father follows the bus in his truck, waving at his children sitting in the back seat. The bus hits a patch of ice, crashes through a guardrail, and rolls down the embankment onto a lake frozen over for the winter. The ice cracks and the bus slowly sinks into the freezing water. The father watches on, stricken.