- O'Leary has Irish spirit (Bob Woods Business Manager)
This Sunday, George O'Leary was named head coach of one of the most storied programs in college football. With names like Gruden, Mariucci, Stoops and Bellotti being thrown around since the firing of coach Bob Davie over a week ago, the selection of O'Leary left many asking, including myself, "George who"?
- Sept. 11 changes focus of Peace Corps service (Maite Uranga Life in Africa)
I used to think that the name Peace Corps was too noble for the organization. Something more along the lines of "college graduates who are not ready for grad school or corporate America" seemed more appropriate. Of course the government would develop some witty acronym to sum it all up.
- Officials clear library of asbestos (By SCOTT BRODFUEHRER Assistant News Editor)
Removal of asbestos from the Hesburgh library basement is underway and a University official said the work poses no air quality threat, even though signs on equipment and trash bins adjacent to the library and sidewalks state that respirators and protective clothing are required in the area.
- Hoadley case still lingers Judge denies injunction request by student accused of sexual misconduct (By JASON McFARLEY News Editor)
A St. Joseph County judge Friday upheld the University's suspension of Ryan Hoadley for an alleged sexual assault of a female Notre Dame student.
- Bush appoints philosophy prof to committee (By HELENA PAYNE Assistant News Editor)
Ralph McInerny, a Notre Dame philosophy professor, was recently appointed to President Bush's Arts and Humanities Committee.
- Exam schedule leave students feeling rushed SMC students say one study day is not enough (By COURTNEY BOYLE News Writer)
Saint Mary's students will only have one day to prepare for finals between the last class day and the start of exams, due to the fact the College's academic calendar does not have a built-in study day.
- University schedules exams for weekend (By ELIZABETH LEE News Writer)
Cramming for finals just got harder.
- Parents request help to find missing daughter (By MAUREEN SMITHE Associate News Editor)
Parents of a missing local teen are asking the Notre Dame and Saint Mary's communities for help finding their daughter. Michelle Tarnowski, a 17-year old Penn High School senior, has been missing since Nov. 15. She is presumed to be with her 31-year old softball coach Christopher Woods, who was reported missing on the same day.
- Keenan, Lewis win holiday lights prize (By ERIN LaRUFFA Associate News Editor)
After touring campus on Monday night, judges from student government and the Student Activities Office picked Keenan and Lewis Halls as winner of this year's dorm holiday decorating contest.
- Christmas music for every taste Scene's music critics uncover a wide variety of Christmas albums from the mainstream to the outrageously unique (Scene Staff Report )
A lot of choices come with the holiday season. Real tree or fake. Eggnog or hot chocolate. Fruitcake or "for God's sake, keep that disgusting fruitcake away from me." Some of the choices are relatively easier to make than others.