- 'Guerty' ignites Irish Sophomore forward has scored in last six games (By JOE LICANDRO Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame women's soccer team has struggled all season to find an intimidating scoring presence that strikes fear in the hearts of opponents.
- Roberts lost for season Injuries continue to plague 3-5 Irish (By ANDREW SOUKUP Associate Sports Editor)
Starting defensive end Ryan Roberts is out for the rest of the season after sustaining a knee injury in Notre Dame's 28-18 loss against Tennessee Saturday.
- Defending champs return to court (By NOAH AMSTADTER Sports Editor)
The defending national champion women's basketball team takes the court against an opponent for the first time this season tonight — sort of.
- Lewis defense picks off McGlinn, 21-12 (By DAVE COOK and KEN CHAMPA Sports Writer)
Lewis coach Blake Kirkman jokingly told his defensive coordinator at the beginning of the game, "I expect to see three interceptions today."
- Alumni, Dillon advance to interhall semifinals (By AARON RONSHEIM and JOE HETTLER Spots Writers)
Usually in the playoffs, upperclassmen are the ones that make the big plays that determine the outcome of the game.
- Defending champs knocked out in first round (By MATT LOZAR and PHIL KOESTERER Sports Writers)
The men's interhall football league will have new champions this season. The No. 3 Fisher Green Wave capitalized off three second half turnovers to defeat the No. 6 Keenan Knights 26-7 on Sunday.
- Whirlwinds blow away Weasels, 24-0 (By KATIE KINNER and MATT DeNICOLA Sports Writers)
In the opening huddle, junior Whirlwinds' tailback Alex Callan told her teammates, "In the words of the coach from Remember the Titans, let's `Go out there and take their heads off and when the game is over, we can give them back.'"
- It's not all Davie's fault, but he's responsible (By TED FOX Fox Sports...Almost)
I feel bad for Bob Davie.
- To Whom It May Concern (Chris Federico Production Assistant)
As a proud student of the University of Notre Dame, I am extremely concerned with following the principles and guidelines of du Lac, our guide to student life. Recent issues have arisen, especially on home football days, which have drawn my attention and made me extremely apprehensive of how I should govern my behavior in such instances.
- Extreme pacifism contradicts the Church (Charles Rice Right or Wrong?)
"The Real Terrorists Are in the White House." This sign, carried by a University of Michigan freshman, captures the spirit of one aspect of the vocal and growing anti-war movement. Such protests imply a moral equivalence between American foreign policy and the Sept. 11 attacks, implicitly viewing the latter as retribution for the former. Other anti-war activities, including peace vigils at Notre Dame, focus on prayer and a rejection of all violence.
- Quote of the Day (Benjamin Franklin author, statesman)
"It is a common observation here that our cause is the cause of all mankind,
- Personality, not color, distinguishes people (Jennifer Gunitu What's Your Shade?)
Jennifer Diane Guintu, Filipino-American, one quarter Italian, minority — these terms are not who I am, they are definitions given to me by society, definitions which fail to describe my personality and what makes me unique. So what then is my identity, I ask myself. To be honest I am in a state of confusion because my concept of identity changes daily and develops as I explore the world around me.
- Racism has no place at Notre Dame Racism has no place at Notre Dame (Anna Barbour Get a Life)
Before I begin my article, let me just send out a big "Happy Birthday" to a good friend of mine who turns 22 today. Just like Bobby Brown, as a Notre Dame Observer Viewpoint writer, it's my "prerogative" when I choose to take the reader down twisty written pathways of the mind. I extend her this notice to have a happy birthday because even though the birthday week should be one of the better weeks in one's year, I know that hers began rather poorly.
- There's something about Mary (Father J. Steele On the Way)
Recently I have been asked by a number of students about the Catholic understanding of Mary. Most of us cradle Catholics do not tend to question such things. We are raised with certain beliefs or practices and we just accept them. We do not usually look for reasons behind them and may even suspect that there aren't any.
- DOE team plans campus visit (By Myra McGriff Saint Mary's Editor)
In an ongoing review of Saint Mary's statistical procedure, the Department of Education confirmed Friday that a review team will visit campus in November. The review, sparked by a Security on Campus complaint, will take an in-depth look at how Saint Mary's carries out their procedure of reporting sexual assaults and the requirements for carrying out judicial hearings.
- Group lobbies for seniors Members call for excused absences during job, graduate school interviews (By Jason McFarley News Editor)
Campus Life Council members gave their unanimous approval Monday to a measure that would allot three excused absences to seniors traveling to job or graduate school interviews.
- Panelists show how attacks affect media (By Jason McFarley Saint Mary's Editor)
In late August, Don Wycliff, public editor for the Chicago Tribune, was at Disney World for a National Association of Black Journalists convention.
- BOG grants funds for math (By Shannon Nelligan News Writer)
Abigail Stahoviak, a member of the Mathematics Honor Society, Pi Mu Epsilon, requested funds from the Board of Governance last evening. These funds will allow five senior math majors to attend the Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego, Calif.
- Professor shares writings (By Katie Rand News Writer)
Orlando Ricardo Menes, assistant professor in the Notre Dame Creative Writing Program, read a selection of eight of his poems Monday night at Saint Mary's. The poems selected by Menes focused on his personal experiences as a Cuban-American and his own interpretations and visions of the saints.
- Saint Mary's alumna talks of spirituality (By Katie Vincer News Writer)
The first of two honored Shannon Alumna Executive Scholars spoke Tuesday evening in Carroll Auditorium at Saint Mary's. For the past eight years, the Shannon Alumna Executive Scholar Program grants students the opportunity to meet and learn from accomplished Saint Mary's alumnae.
- Post-grunge stars fading into rock background (By SAM DERHEIMER Assistant Scene Editor)
Ever since Bush first stormed their way into the homes and hearts of angry teenagers throughout America in 1994, fortune has never quite smiled the same way upon this grunge band from London.
- Cranberries' Wake Up not up to expectations (By MAUREEN SMITHE Scene Music Critic)
Like their namesake, the newest release from The Cranberries is slightly sweet, yet slightly tart. Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, the Irish band's first release in two years, reflects the band's growth as individuals and as a band.
- Aphex Twin remains ahead of his time (By DAVE FULTON Scene Music Critic)
With the growing popularity of electronic music, it is becoming more and more difficult to be revolutionary in the genre. Artists like Moby, Paul Oakenfold and The Crystal Method have gained notoriety recently in today's popular music scene opening the floodgates for others.