- Injuries plague Notre Dame before Pitt game Irons, Miller among key injuries (By BRIAN KESSLER Sports Editor)
Notre Dame went to war with Tennessee in Knoxville last Saturday and it returned to South Bend with a lengthly list of wounded.
- Irish do not lack talent (Ted Fox Fox Sports ...)
If you look hard enough, there is a cliché for just about everything in life.
- Davie recalls fond memories of Pitt Stadium (By TIM CASEY Sports Writer)
More than 20 years ago, in 1976, before most of the current Irish players were born, Bob Davie was just another college graduate looking for a job.
- Spread the word (Christine Kraly Associate News Editor)
This is the most loathed space in the entire paper.
- Making secure investments is important (Gabriel Martinez Like arrows in the hands of a warrior)
Merely a few years ago the Dow Jones Industrial Average (a measure of the New York stock market) broke its incredible record of 4,000. Champagne and ink were poured in gallons. Today it dances around 10,700.
- Volunteer to be good hosts in 2001 (Letter to the Editor )
I am writing in response to Ken Chardos' letter to the editor on Tuesday, Nov. 9 about the quality of the fans at the University of Tennessee. I, along with nine of my friends, made the long trip to Knoxville this past weekend and our experiences can only be described as the polar opposite of Ken's. We were welcomed with open arms by every Tennessee fan we encountered. They were courteous, friendly, and overall great fans. I felt like I was at home the entire time and never received a harsh taunt or derogatory statement and in fact, this was the best experience I have ever had at an opponent's stadium. So please do not judge the Tennessee fans or students through what Ken experienced, as from our experience in Knoxville I could not even imagine this happening. When the legions of orange come rolling into South Bend on Nov. 3, 2001, get ready for proud, knowledgeable and friendly fans. Invite them over to have a drink and exchange a word on college football. In our road trip, we found them to be nothing less than great hosts.
- Rogeau is wrong in Dubose shooting case (Letter to the Editor )
This is in response to Vincent Rougeau's letter stating that the killing of Demetrius DuBose was not justified. For an associate dean at the law school, the lack of knowledge from which he argues his point is appalling. First, he suggests that when it became apparent that the officers could not easily subdue DuBose that they should have "let him run away." For crying out loud, this guy is tough enough to fight off two police officers, high on multiple drugs, and is in a violent mood to boot! Any officer that is willing to just "let him run away" should be fired. If that was your neighborhood, with your family living there, would you want them to let him go with the idea "that he eventually would have been caught?"
- `Depraved New World' comic is too depraved (Letter to the Editor )
I am writing in regard to the "Depraved New World" Cartoon for Nov. 2. I found it extremely distasteful. Payne Stewart died a week ago and already there is a cartoon in the newspaper. He was an unbelievable golfer that died tragically and it is completely unnecessary to remember him in such a way.
- Remember to honor the veterans you study in class (Nikolaus Olsen Rocky Mountain Collegian)
November traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday season. The day after Halloween, thoughts of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Eve begin, even subconsciously, to inundate our days.
- Countdown to Ex Corde Ecclesiae enters final week A decade of debate culminates with vote on Catholic education (By TIM LOGAN News Editor)
A landmark moment in the future of Notre Dame, Saint Mary's and the rest of American Catholic higher education is one week away.
- Malloy addresses University relationship with Observer (By JOSHUA BOURGEOIS Assistant News Editor)
University president Father Edward Malloy spoke Tuesday to the Faculty Senate regarding The Observer's advertising policy, publishing Board of Trustees and Fellows minutes, hiring more faculty and the Generations campaign.
- Clinton: Women's involvement vital to politics First Lady addresses Women's Leadership Forum of the DNC (By COLLEEN McCARTHY Washington Correspondent)
It is essential for women to vote in elections and be more involved in politics in order to make sure that issues affecting women, families and children are addressed, said First Lady Hillary Clinton.
- Prof: Intellectuals, worker ties important in labor relations (By ERIN LARUFFA News Writer)
Ties between workers and intellectuals are important in the labor movement, according to Notre Dame sociology professor Robert Fishman.
- Hesburgh up for Congressional Gold Medal (By LAURA SELLINGER News Writer)
Congressman Tim Roemer introduced legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives last May to award a Congressional Gold Medal to Father Theodore Hesburgh.
- Sweatshop worker shares experinces (By NOREEN GILLESPIE Saint Mary's Editor)
When a recruiting company came to Chie Abad's homeland in the Philippines, she thought that employment in East Saipan would grant her the opportunity to exercise her rights as a human being.
- Holocaust filmmaker to speak tonight (By MARIBEL MOREY News Writer)
A 5-year-old Jewish girl was lifted on the train as her helpless father watched and screamed the last words she would ever hear him say.
- Journalist: Media must pay attention (By ERICA THESING Associate News Editor)
Troubled by decreasing credibility, a demand for high profits and the pressures of a 24-hour news cycle, the media must listen to their critics and their audience, Geneva Overholser said during a lecture Tuesday night.
- ACE empowers teachers to serve, educate (By MIKE VANEGAS Scene Editor)
Robin Williams is perhaps the most memorable teacher in Hollywood. His "Dead Poet's Society" was the first in a long series of teacher movies that allowed Hollywood to reach out to America and advocate good teaching.
- SMC women welcome dads to campus (By NOREEN GILLESPIE Saint Mary's Editor)
Janelle Dombrow felt awfully upset when she ruined her father's 40th birthday.