- Irish advance to Sweet 16 of College Cup (By KEVIN BERCHOU Sports Writer)
On a frigid Sunday at Alumni Field, the Michigan Wolverines nearly put top-seeded Notre Dame's season on ice in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
- Knights claims third title in four years (By ANDREW SOUKOP Sports Writer)
Keenan is back on top.
- Whirlwinds cruise past Ducks 26-6 (By SUSIE CARPENTER Sports Writer)
Energy filled the Stadium as top-ranked Welsh Family Hall Whirlwinds defeated the Howard Ducks 26-6 to repeat as women's interhall champions.
- No. 15 Notre Dame closes out preseason 2-0 with 89-71 victory (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Associate Sports Editor)
Forwards Ryan Humphrey and Troy Murphy formed a two-person team early in Sunday's 89-71 exhibition victory over the International Select All-Stars, scoring 16 of Notre Dame's first 18 points.
- Saint Mary's Ramsey sets record in 100-yard butterfly (By JANEL MILLER Sports Writer)
The newest member of the Saint Mary's swimming and diving record book doesn't keep the word satisfaction in her vocabulary.
- Top-ranked Eagles skate to 5-3 victory over Irish (By MATT ORENCHUK Sports Writer)
The Notre Dame hockey team played well against Boston College on Friday night.
- Irish finish unbeaten in conference play (By RACHAEL PROTZMAN Sports Writer)
For the fifth time in the past six years, the No. 21 Irish volleyball finished regular season conference play undefeated at 11-0 with a win over Syracuse Saturday.
- Irish athletes deserve a hand (Kathleen O'Brien Associate Sports Editor)
While I was attending my last football game in Notre Dame Stadium as a student on Saturday, I heard something that infuriated me.
- Irish rush past young Eagles' defense Notre Dame runs for 380 yards in 28-16 victory (By TIM CASEY Assistant Sports Editor)
He played defensive back at the University of Richmond, graduated in 1983 and then signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys. After a brief stint with the Chicago Blitz of the USFL, Mike London's playing career ended in 1985.
- Fisher rushes from reserve role to record book (By NOAH AMSTADTER Assistant Sports Editor)
Following two breakout games against Navy and West Virginia while playing for the injured Julius Jones, junior tailback Tony Fisher returned to his backup status two weeks ago against Air Force, carrying the ball only eight times for a total of 21 yards.
- Protecting ourselves (Lila Haughey Viewpoint Editor)
October means many things at Notre Dame; midterms, football, Halloween, fall break, Canadian Thanksgiving, autumn, and Breast Cancer Awareness month. Perhaps the last item is not is not widely known, let alone valued on our campus, but it should be, since it produces one of the highest mortality rates among those diagnosed with cancer.
- Practicing Liberation Theology (Aaron Kreider Think, Question, Resist)
Christianity is possibly the most important religion in the world. However, it is generally seen as having a conservative-bias, as if the Christian Right represents the entire spectrum of believers. In contrast there is a revolutionary tradition within the faith called "Liberation Theology" that not only calls for Christians to take action for justice, but actually requires it.
- Quote of the Day (Lenny Bruce comedian)
"Every day people are straying away from the Church and going back to God."
- Interpreting the voice of the people (Lucas Bejar Columbia Daily Spectator)
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- Reflecting on "Courage" (Church must redefine chastity Letter to the Editor)
In response to Nathan Hannan's letter regarding "Courage" in The Observer on Friday, Nov. 10.
- Reflecting on "Courage" (Society, not church, breeds hostility Letters to the Editor)
I would like to suggest that your letter on Friday, Nov. 10, represents a misunderstanding of Father Harvey's comments during his presentation about the support group Courage. I was at the presentation and when Father Harvey said, "I don't want to talk about the hostile environment" or words to that effect, he was talking about the hostile environment he encounters as a pro-chastity leader who supports Catholic teaching concerning homosexuality.
- Supporting awareness with pink ribbons and jeans (Letter to the Editor )
I would like publicly to thank the faculty, staff and students of the College of Arts and Letters for their support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. We organized a fund-raiser within the College to support of the efforts of the St. Joseph county Cancer Society and to raise awareness of this cancer which afflicts so many women.
- Campus Love (Scott Little Just a little)
Nothing is quite as enjoyable and quite as horrible as falling in love during these four years of undergrad. Why any of us go through it all and how we ever have any fun is written deep in our chemical structure, because using logic, there is no good reason to go through with any of it.
- SMC play explores relationships (Jennie Simantz Scene Writer)
Students of Saint Mary's College staged Dylan Thomas' "Under Milk Wood" Nov. 8 through 12 under the direction of Katie Sullivan. The production was stage managed by Katie McVoy.
- `Love's Fire' burns hot (Spencer Beggs Scene Writer)
Thursday night — the cold rain sweeps over the campus in sheets, pushing the population indoors. Everything is quiet, still, peaceful and cold. However, the atmosphere is quite different on the stage of Washington Hall. Inside, it is a tempest of sound, movement and emotion — anything but peaceful. It is the site of the final rehearsals for the Department of Film Theater and Telvision's latest production, "Love's Fire."