- Freshman QB Clark thrust into backup role (By TIM CASEY Assistant Sports Editor)
Matt LoVecchio and Jared Clark were both highly recruited quarterbacks about to enter their senior years in high school when they first met in the summer of 1999. They traveled from New Jersey and Florida to attend Notre Dame's football camp for another chance to impress the coaches, another chance to be seen.
- Young Belles squad struggles throughout 2000 campaign (By SARAH RYKOWSKI Sports Writer)
After a sixth-place finish in the MIAA and a winning record of 9-6-2 overall, the Belles entered the 2000 season with high hopes, thinking they had nowhere to go but up. The season told a different story.
- Notre Dame closes out fall season at Colorado Invitational (By STEVE KEPPEL Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame women's tennis team heads into their final tournament of the fall season on Thursday looking to cap a very impressive run thus far. Coming off a successful tournament in Colorado where they dominated the competition, the Irish look to start putting the finishing touches on a signature season.
- Be an informed voter (Helena Payne Copy Editor)
Recently, I spotted a tabloid magazine with a huge picture of George W. Bush and the headline: "Too Drunk to Fly." Initially I laughed, but I had at least researched enough about Bush before allowing "The Globe" to influence my opinion of him.
- Watching Leiberman campaign (Cappy Gagnon Cappy's Corner)
On Tuesday, I was one of the 600 people inside fabled Washington Hall for the speech of Senator Joseph Lieberman. It was a wonderful experience, though filled with some conflicting thoughts.
- Quote of the Day (Adlai Stevenson politician)
- Making a wise choice for America Gore gives help to those who need it most (College Democrats Jeffrey Stuffings)
After eight years of unprecedented prosperity in America, it's time to extend help to the people who need help the most. Al Gore will provide opportunity and empowerment for hard-working Americans, whereas George W. Bush will return us to our past practices of comforting the comfortable.
- Making a wise choice for America Bush offers best opportunity for America's future (College Republicans Lindsey Horvath)
"My agenda opens wide the doors of opportunity for every man and woman a chance to succeed; for every child a chance to learn; to every family a chance to live with dignity and hope. I hope you will join me in this great cause."
- Open discussion to discover truth (Kevin P. Suhanic freshman)
One cannot truly understand their own position until they understand the opposing position. This fact should be obvious in a college that prides itself on giving students a strong liberal arts education. It seems so simple — for example, it would be impossible to understand pacifism without understanding the position of those who believe in military intervention.
- WVFI makes official switch to global broadcasting (By MIKE CONNOLLY News Writer)
For 20 years, WVFI has existed only within the Notre Dame bubble. But on Oct. 11, after two years of negotiation with Student Activities, the "Voice of the Fighting Irish" began global Internet broadcasts and, for the first time, reached the entire Notre Dame nation.
- Keeping an eye on IDs Cards serve important (By SCOTT BRODFUEHRER News Writer)
Every time a student swipes an ID card on campus, whether to gain access to a dorm or eat at a dining hall, a computer on campus records the date, time and location along with the identification of the person whose card was swiped.
- Resolutions will address (By LAURA ROMPF Assistant News Editor)
The Student Senate passed resolutions Wednesday night to ensure all students have access to 24-hour space in their dorms. The resolutions also states a uniform policy must be posted in the 24-hour space so rules are consistent from dorm to dorm.
- Gore campaign focuses on Bush's inexperience (By TARA MAHNESMITH News Writer)
With much at stake in one of the closest presidential races the country has seen in nearly 40 years, the Gore campaign is using this time to convince voters that Bush does not have the level of experience it takes to lead the country.
- SMC may add more technology (By KATIE MILLER News Writer)
Technology Task Force co-chair Julie Storme met with Saint Mary's Board of Governance (BOG) Wednesday to discuss the strategic process of the College's developing curriculum.
- Lecture puts `human face' on death penalty (By MYRA McGRIFF News Writer)
During Wednesday's lecture entitled "The Human Face of the Death Penalty," speaker John Krull, executive director of Indiana Civil Liberties Union (ICLU) urged people to focus on the "front of life" rather than enforcing the death penalty.
- `Blair Witch 2:' Book of stupidity (By JUDE SEYMOUR Scene Movie Critic)
In the recent political debates, both Al Gore and George W. Bush have assured potential voters that they seek to regulate the movie industry. While both candidates refuse to use the word "censorship," their measures would, in practice, limit what is both seen and heard on the screen.
- `Best in Show' offers pure bred laughter (By MATT CACCAMO Scene Movie Critic)
Most people have never been to a dog show or even taken the time to watch one on television late at night. After seeing "Best in Show," some may take a closer look at this odd "sport."
- `Annie Hall' is Woody Allen at his best (By Jude Seymour Scene Movie Critic)
"Annie Hall" was the film that thrust Woody Allen into the Oscar spotlight. It used dozens of innovative techniques ("thinking" subtitles, characters narrating to the camera, cartoons, split screens showing different time periods, characters removing themselves from their own bodies) and Allen's witty dialogue made it the best picture of 1977.
- War-time drama `Belle' chock-full of acting goodness (By CASEY K. McCLUSKEY Scene Movie Critic)
Video picks are meant to highlight movies that are usually overlooked because they did not get a lot of critical acclaim when they were released, but are still worth checking out. This week's video pick is 1990's "Memphis Belle," directed by Michael Caton-Jones.