- Jones takes advantage of opportunities (Brian Kessler Sports Editor)
Freshman tailback Julius Jones came to Notre Dame in August not expecting a whole lot.
- Team of the century (Ryan Churney On the Hot Corner)
The end of the century is near, in case you haven't noticed.
- Belles shut out in first round of tournament (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports Writer)
A season that has been, in many ways, Saint Mary's best, ended as the Belles were eliminated from the MIAA tournament on Tuesday.
- Quarterbacks Choi, Plummer bring talent to playoffs (By RACHEL BIBER Sports Writer)
The path to the renowned field in Notre Dame Stadium will begin this weekend as the interhall football playoffs begin, and two stellar quarterbacks have their focus set on leading their perspective teams to the hallowed destination.
- Irish hope to beat Redhawks, end losing streak in CCHA (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
The Notre Dame hockey team looks to pick up its first Central Collegiate Hockey Association win tonight when it takes on the Redhawks of Miami University in the Joyce Center at 7:05 p.m.
- Dawgs enter playoffs as top seed (By KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
The much-anticipated interhall football playoffs kick off this weekend, and for the first time in recent memory, a change has occurred at the top of the seeding.
- Streiffer leads Irish to 38 straight Big 10 wins (By MIKE CONNOLLY Associate Sports Editor)
The Irish extended their winning streak against the Big 10 to 38 games with a 9-2 win over the Wisconsin Badgers last night in Madison.
- Amen (By: ERICA THESING Associate News Editor)
As the final seconds on the stadium clock tick down after every home game, thousands of people pour from the bleachers and take off in a great race. While some rush to the parking lots or dinner reservations in town, others scurry toward the Basilica for the Saturday evening Mass.
- Pius XII should be seen as a hero (By GABRIEL MARTINEZ )
Your neighbor takes your family hostage. You've learned he is going to rob a bank, but he warns you that if you call the police, your family will die.
- Let us make our own health decisions (By NAKASHA AHMAD )
I don't smoke.
- Awareness march a success (LETTER TO THE EDITOR )
I am writing this letter to recognize and thank all of the women and men who helped to make Saint Mary's "Take Back the Woods" a success.
- Crawford is the embarrassment (LETTER TO THE EDITOR )
Well, here we go again — only at Notre Dame could the two main topics of conversation and debate consistently be football and homosexuality. Mary Crawford's Oct. 15 letter to the editor did nothing if not contribute to my disbelief that there are still seemingly intelligent, educated people out there in the world (other than Jerry Falwell) who continue to believe homosexuality is immoral and somehow un-Catholic.
- Basketball coaching legend Marv Wood dies from cancer (By NELLIE WILLIAMS News Writer)
Marv Wood, the former Saint Mary's basketball coach who inspired the movie "Hoosiers," died Wednesday, Oct. 13, from bone cancer. He was 71.
- Gonzalez tells effects of Gold Rush (By LINDSAY FRANK News Writer)
The roots of conflict between Mexican immigrants and white Californians stem from the Gold Rush of 1849, according to University of San Diego history professor Michael Gonzalez.
- ND student falls, in coma in London (Observer Staff Report )
A student visiting friends during fall break at the University's London Program now lies unconscious in a London hospital after suffering serious head injuries in a fall.
- Future of Gender Studies debated (By KATE NAGENGAST News Writer)
As the Gender Studies program faces its 10th anniversary and an external review in 2000, professors and students gathered Wednesday to discuss its future at Notre Dame.
- BOG discusses School of Americas (By COURTNEY BOYLE News Writer)
Saint Mary's Board of Governance (BOG) discussed passing a resolution to support shutting down the School of the Americas (SOA) during Wednesday night's meeting.
- `South Park' discussed at meeting (By FINN PRESSLY Assistant News Editor)
While mid-semester break kept Student Senate from presenting any new business at last night's meeting, they did discuss a handful of minor concerns.
- 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.
- Pitt and Norton fight for right to emote (By GUNDER KEHOE Scene Movie Critic)
Question: What do you get when you mix nitroglycerin with sodium nitrate and add a pinch of sawdust?