Vice Squad rocks campus

By Megan Strader '01

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Late evening on a chilly day in March, four students clad in dazzling white suits, sky blue T-shirts and sunglasses stroll incongruously across the winter-dreary South Quad.

“It’s okay,” announces one of them through a bullhorn, “we’re Miami Vice!”

Actually, they’re members of the Notre Dame Vice Squad, on their way to “raid” a female dorm, Lewis Hall, their fourth this year.…

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First female student body president elected

By Megan Strader '01

It took nearly 30 years, but Notre Dame finally has its first female student body president.

Junior Brooke Norton, this past year’s student body vice president, took office April 1 along with running mate Brian Moscona, a sophomore. They won 56 percent of the vote in a run-off election in February.

“I hope I was elected as the best person for the job, but I am extremely honored to be the first woman for the job,” Norton said.…

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First female student body president elected

By Megan Strader '01

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It took nearly 30 years, but Notre Dame finally has its first female student body president.

Junior Brooke Norton, this past year’s student body vice president, took office April 1 along with running mate Brian Moscona, a sophomore. They won 56 percent of the vote in a run-off election in February.…

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Campus construction roundup

By Megan Strader '01

One new campus building opened this spring while the status of several other construction projects ranges from conception to completion.

At the site of the original Notre Dame Hammes Bookstore now stands a much larger, $14 million gothic structure housing the Coleman Family Center for Campus Ministry and the James and Leah Rae Morse Center for Academic Services. Expected to open in April, the building has separate entrances for the Coleman Center facing the South Quad and for the Morse Center facing the lakes.…

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