- Irish backs lead offense (By Ted Fox Fox Sports ... Almost)
There's an old saying out there that goes something like, "You never can get too much of a good thing."
- Davie: Southern Cal rivalry is special (By TIM CASEY Sports Writer)
Notre Dame fans can thank the game of golf for saving one of its most successful football coaches.
- Late Valpo goal breaks ND winning streak (By KERRY SMITH Sports Writer)
Freshmen Erich Braun and Paul Rodriguez combined for two goals against Valparaiso Tuesday, but it was not enough for a win as the Crusaders battled the Irish to a 2-2 tie, bringing the team's overall record to 7-4-2.
- Keough looks to continue good play (By RACHAEL PROTZMAN Sports Writer)
Coming off a stunning shut-out tie with Keenan on Sunday, Keough will look to the continue its defensive domination with a win over Morrissey tonight.
- My Little Rave Bracelet (By C.R. "Teo" Teodoro )
When I signed up for today's Inside Column, it was suggested that I write something relevant. Well, I don't exactly know what that means, but instead of something important, sensible and relevant, I got something here stupid, fun, and silly. Enjoy!
- Trustees report draws questions (By ERICA THESING Associate News Editor)
Ten students will present the Student Union's Fall Semester Report to the Board of Trustees Thursday, following debate on aspects of the report pertaining to Catholic character and the gay and lesbian community.
- Hesburgh travels to Kosovo to aid in relief (By MATT SMITH News Writer)
After traveling through Kosovo as an unofficial ambassador for the U.S., University president emeritus Father Theodore Hesburgh said he is pleased with the progress made in the war-torn region and is set to build for the future.
- Petition circulated among faculty (By ERICA THESING Associate News Editor)
In protest of the ban on GALA and OUTreach ND advertisements in The Observer, 225 faculty members signed a petition condemning the administration's decision. The petition ran as a full page ad in Friday's newspaper.
- Sobrino tells story of Salvadoran martyrs (By ELLEN FITZGERALD News Writer)
Father Jon Sobrino spoke last night about his beliefs of martyrdom in today's society and the future of the Church, especially in his native country of El Salvador where religious persecution is common.
- Erasmus conference begins today (By BASIL FARJO News Writer)
Scholars from all over the U.S. and Europe will be coming to Notre Dame today and Thursday to discuss academic inquiry grounded in Catholic intellectual traditions at a conference sponsored by the Erasmus Institute.
- Wet! Wet! Wet! (By ANDREW McDONNELL Scene Writer)
The sprinklers of Notre Dame. Evil? Or just greatly misunderstood? Wretched, maliciously vile, spitting beasts? Or perhaps just a product of their environment?