- Interhall spirit matters (By BRIAN CHURNEY Sports Columnist)
The steely gray, drizzling sky provided an appropriate backdrop for the epic battle that was to take place.
- Sanson seeks to end the frustration (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
Four years ago, Jim Sanson's friends and family from Arizona circled this week's game against Arizona State on their calendars.
- Hockey rivalry with No. 5 Michigan is fierce (By BILL HART Associate Sports Editor)
After one of the most exciting seasons in recent memory, many Notre Dame hockey fans hoped this year's team would provide the same thrills.
- Klemmer aims for nationals (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Senior Alison Klemmer has had endurance throughout her cross country career; the leg speed and finishing kick were the areas where she needed work.
- PE shuts down Lyons, secures playoff berth (By STEVE KEPPEL Sports Writer)
Lyons Hall put up a good fight against Blue Division leader Pasquerilla East before falling 6-0 Tuesday night.
- Belles settle for 1-1 tie in overtime (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports Writer)
Saint Mary's soccer team tied Albion College in double overtime on Wednesday with a final score of 1-1.
- Belles try to keep focus against Calvin (By KATIE McVOY Sports Writer)
The Belles volleyball team seeks to improve its MIAA record to 4-1 as it travels to Calvin College to take on the Knights at 7 p.m., Friday.
- Too Quiet (Erica Thesing Associate News Editor)
Things are just too quiet here at Notre Dame. Not because we live in God's country. Not because the stadium is empty on Thursdays.
- Don't be afraid to let our children grow (By GABRIEL MARTINEZ )
"More than merely saving lives, those lives should be worth living. Many poor countries are experiencing explosive population growth, far beyond their ability to provide a decent standard of living. Much of this is due to the effect of modern science, for example in health and agriculture," (David Sheldon, The Economist, Sept. 4, 1999.)
- Celebrate Saint Mary's Pride (By NAKASHA AHMAD )
Saint Mary's Pride Week.
- We need patriotism consistent with Christianity (Letter to the Editor )
I can understand how some may feel hurt by Father Cordaro's dissent against the military. A verbal attack on the military is an attack on our very reality. We live in a country which is unarguably the largest military power in the world. Here at Notre Dame, we have a history of military involvement dating back to the Civil War. We claim a larger percentage of undergraduates enrolled in ROTC (10 percent) than any other voluntary ROTC program. We must never forget the sacrifices of the countless soldiers who gave their lives for the good of their fellow citizens; they indeed "did it all for (us)." How can we not be humbled by their self-sacrifice and commitment to a higher cause?
- How we learned to be oppressed (Letter to the Editor )
Last week, we saw a flier advertising a lecture by renowned Latino film director Gregory Nava concerning the Latin American experience in America. We said to ourselves, "Hey! We're interested in Latin American culture! We should go!" We were not aware at this time that it was to be a chance to be oppressed!
- Eliach creates `Tower of Life' memorial Exhibit commorates daily shtetl life before the Holocaust (By ERIN LaRUFFA News Writer)
Flying from Poland to Kiev as part of President Jimmy Carter's Holocaust Commission, Yaffa Eliach had an inspiration.
- Library to undergo renovations (By LINDSAY FRANK News Writer)
Plans to renovate the Hesburgh Library are close to being finalized.
- Controversy surrounds report to Board of Trustees (By FINN PRESSLY Assistant News Editor)
The Senate, the representative body of the Student Union, voted unanimously to expel members of the public, including representatives from campus media, from a portion of its meeting last night to discuss the Board of Trustees report.
- Resolution requests 150 more professors (By JOSH BOURGEOIS Assistant News Editor)
The Faculty Senate requested an additional 150 faculty be hired over the next 10 years, at Wednesday night's meeting.
- Advertising ban attracts continued attention (By JOSH BOURGEOIS Assistant News Editor)
The administration's ban of ads submitted to The Observer by Gay and Lesbian Alumni of Notre Dame/Saint Mary's College (GALA-ND/SMC) was discussed by a Faculty Senate sub-committee Wednes-day.
- Frank: Jefferson influences UVA campus (By HELENA RAYAM News Writer)
Thomas Jefferson's 19th century layout of the University of Virginia was profiled by Marie Frank, an architectural historian, during a lecture in Bond Hall Wednesday.
- Author captures plight of Irish (By ELLEN FITZGERALD News Writer)
Chronicling stories of Irish who were sent to Australia in famine times, Australian novelist Thomas Keneally discussed his new book, "The Great Shame and the Triumph of the Irish in the English-Speaking World," Wednesday night in the Hesburgh Library Auditorium.
- Oscar season begins with a 'Beauty' (By JASON HAMMONTREE Scene Movie Critic)
This month sees the beginning of fall at the movies. The action blockbusters are long gone, the studios have passed off their busts at the end of the summer and now they begin bringing out their Oscar hopefuls, which thankfully means more creative fare and an end to "Blue Streak's" and "Double Jeopardy's" run at the top of the box office.
- 'Swingers' offers ladies a lesson in manhood (By JOEY LENISKI Scene Movie Critic)
Ladies, do guys ever do anything that makes sense? Do you sit home watching "Party of Five," shake your head and ask yourself, "Why doesn't my guy act like that?"
- 'Hedda Gabler' plays at Washington Hall (By AMBER AGUIAR Scene Writer)
Hedda Gabler spins a web of manipulation and deceit, trapping those around her like helpless flies. Drawn by her good looks and manipulative ways, the cast of characters surrounding Hedda quickly fall victim to her dangerous games.
- Juneau the film stinks? (By JOHN CRAWFORD Scene Movie Critic)
What is wrong with sports movies nowadays?
- Post-Gulf War film is king (By BILL FUSZ Scene Movie Critic)
Already billed as one of the best films of the year, even a masterpiece, "Three Kings" has had a good deal of hype to live up to with its arrival on the big screen this past weekend. Combining superb acting, excellent cinematography and great comedic dialogue, "Three Kings" delivers on the promise of a unique and entertaining movie experience.