- Irish come back, fall flat in overtime (By KATHLEEN O'BRIEN Assistant Sports Editor)
Tuesday's battle between the No. 23 Hoosiers and the Irish was a game of streaks and droughts that ended in a 81-64 Hoosiers overtime victory.
- Hope College flies over Saint Mary's (By KAREN SCHAFF Sports Writer)
After a 70-45 loss to Hope College in their home opener, coach Dave Roeder and his young Saint Mary's basketball team have their work cut out for them.
- Deserving more than 7 losses (Ted Fox Fox Sports ... Almost)
He deserved better than that.
- Irish beat Cougars, earn NCAA bid (By MATT OLIVA Sports Writer)
After falling short in their attempt to capture the Big East championship last weekend, Notre Dame locked up a bid in the NCAA volleyball tournament with a convincing win over Washington State.
- Bulldogs visit JACC for Irish home opener (By KERRY SMITH Assistant Sports Editor)
The Notre Dame women's basketball team matches up against the Bulldogs of Butler tonight in the first Irish home game of the year.
- Notre Dame falls to New Hampshire, defeats Vermont (By BILL HART Associate Sports Editor)
The Notre Dame hockey team took advantage of Thanksgiving break to enter the Conference Classic in Durham, N. H.
- Clash of the Titans (By TOM KEELEY Cartoonist)
Michael Jordan versus Wilt Chamberlain. Mike Tyson versus Mohammed Ali. Undefeated `74 Miami Dolphins versus the `85 Chicago Bears. Which dream matchup ranks as the greatest of all time? None of the ones I have listed so far. There is only one such matchup that could possibly live up to its billing — one that involves two of the mightiest behemoths ever to grace their respective domains. One that pits two opposing forces so powerful that if they were ever to actually meet in the heat of battle the results would be so catastrophic that all aspects of life would be drastically altered for decades to come. I give you the ultimate clash of the titans — the Smurfs versus the Keebler Elves.
- Four wisemen get dream trip through Maji (Letter to the Editor )
According to tradition there were three wise men, an inference drawn because Matthew mentions three gifts; gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
- Wild Women encounter restaurant racism (Letter to the Editor )
Last Friday night, two Walsh women went to Chili's for supper with five of their African-American Notre Dame friends. It turned out not to be a fun evening.
- `Shirt' off manager's back is a great guest gift (Letter to the Editor )
Hi, my name is Peter Fratoni, my girlfriend Vickie Mooty and I went to the Navy game this year and of course had a great time visiting as many places on and off campus as possible.
- Alum supports Observer's decision (Letter to the Editor )
I am a member of GALA ND/SMC and was on campus this past weekend with my daughter for the BC game. She is a sophomore in high school and I hope she will follow in her father's footsteps of being a Domer. I saw the add in The Observer, and was quite pleased to see that OUTreachND was making a positive step forward in communicating to your fellow students who may be at risk due to conditions outside of their control.
- Native American roots are our lifeblood (Mel Tardy Life at ND)
"The earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected, like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is but a strand in it; whatever he does to the web, he does to himself." —Chief Seattle (a.k.a. Chief Seal'th), —American Trees, Native Roots.
- Women's basketball, class join to fight cancer (By ERIN PIROUTEK News Writer)
When the Notre Dame women's basketball team takes the floor this evening, it will face not only Butler, but also a more formidable enemy — breast cancer. Tonight's 7 p.m. home opener for the Fighting Irish is a Breast Cancer Awareness Women's Basketball Game coordinated by professor Chuck Lennon's management class.
- 30 students donate blood to rally for 10-year-old patient (By TIM LOGAN News Editor)
Virtually no one on this campus knows Patty Collins, a 10-year old girl living in Seattle, but 30 students took time out of their day Tuesday to donate a pint of blood in her name.