- Heft reaches milestone as Irish claim two wins (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
The Notre Dame women's soccer team captured the Big East Mid-Atlantic Division championship with a 5-1 victory over division rival West Virginia on Friday night.
- Braun, Pridmore lead Notre Dame past Providence (By KERRY SMITH Sports Writer)
It took less than 4 minutes for the Notre Dame men's soccer team to get on the scoreboard and put away Big East rival Providence Saturday at Alumni Field.
- Inman's goal only bright spot in 5-1 loss to Wolverines (By MATT OLIVA Sports Writer)
Last season, the Notre Dame-Michigan rivalry was as close as it gets.
- Irish scorch Sun Devils, 48-17 Notre Dame capitalizes on Arizona State's six turnovers (By BRIAN KESSLER Sports Editor)
Before the game with Arizona State, Notre Dame offensive coordinator Kevin Rogers was kidding around with two of the Irish safeties.
- Sanson's done — now it's Miller time (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
Before Jim Sanson even stepped onto the field in the first quarter to try a 33-yard field goal, he had already missed.
- Secondary steals game from Sun Devils (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Behind the leadership of seniors Deke Cooper, A'Jani Sanders and Deveron Harper, the Notre Dame secondary stripped the Arizona State offense of the ball every chance it got Saturday.
- A 'friend'ly reminder (By CHRISTINE KRALY Associate News Editor)
Friends are complicated things to have. They make you laugh, they make you cry, they make you crazy. And when they really do their job well, they make you think.
- The Educational Rewards of Cable (By KATE ROWLAND )
Shortly after I moved away to college, my family made several concessions to life in the modern world. They put screens in the windows. They got rid of the washboard and bought a washing machine. They got cable.
- On the other end of the eating disorder scale (By MIKE MARCHAND )
I've seen the letters to the editor over the last couple of weeks asking for help from eating disorders, and I was happy to hear that those people are not alone and that there are places on campus to get the help they need. And I was silently waiting for a similar call from those on the opposite end of the eating disorder scale. Since no one stepped up, I will.
- Observer supports Cárdenas (EDITORIAL )
The contents of America's melting pot are changing.
- Dangers of overpopulation must be heeded for survival (LETTER TO THE EDITOR )
This is in response to Gabriel Martinez's column, "Don't be afraid to let our children grow" (10/7/99).
- Congressman reflects on violence in Ireland U.S. holds critical role in solving crisis in Northern Ireland (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
The United States' role as a mediator in the conflict in Northern Ireland can serve as the model for future diplomatic resolutions in other parts of the world, according to Congressman Peter King.
- Building on tradition: Legacies thrive at Notre Dame (By SAM DERHEIMER News Writer)
An alumnus tosses a football down South Quad to his 6-year-old son on a sunny fall afternoon.
- Marchers `take back the woods' (By NICOLE HADDAD News Writer)
With dances, chants and poetry, students and professors gathered last night in support of survivors of violence at "Take Back the Woods."
- Bishop hopes for united world (By ERIN PIROUTEK News Writer)
When astronauts view the Earth from space, they see not a conglomeration of countries, but one unified world. Argentinean archbishop Estanislao Karlic called for an extension of this vision to America, with all people living as one mankind, speaking through a translator in his lecture "Principal themes of Ecclesia in America."