Fact of the Week
Fact of the Week
When Notre Dame hired Tyrone Willingham to be its new head football coach, he
made history, for not only was he the first African-American head football
coach at Notre Dame, but he was also the first African-American head coach at
Notre Dame in any sport. Welcome to the 21st century!
Associated Press via Santa Rosa Press-Democrat, 2 January 2002.
Our Picks for Links of the Week: 6 January 2002
Our favorite resources on the 11 September attacks and their aftermath
This Week's Links:
Plot to Undermine Global Pollution Controls Revealed: A secret group of nations
worked to undermine the first UN conference on the environment (Mick Hamer,
Refugees Left in the Cold at "Slaughterhouse" Camp: 100 Afghans perish daily
as an aid network is collapsing (Doug McKinlay, The Guardian).
Bush's First Big Scandal Rises from the Ashes of Enron: The collapse of the
energy trader could spell big political trouble (Rupert Cornwell, The Independent).
Prisoner Loses Attorney Ruling: In Texas, death row inmates have no right to
capable counsel in their appeals (Janet Elliott, Houston Chronicle).
U. S. Has Overstated Terrorism Arrests for Years: The Department of Justice has
inflated both threats and its capabilities (Mark Fazlollah and Peter Nicholas, Miami Herald).
The Healing in Helping the World's Poor: Even if we cannot end tension and
conflict, we can end hunger (George McGovern, New York Times).
Church Allowed Abuse by Priest for Years: Aware of John Geoghan's record, the
Boston Archdiocese still moved him from parish to parish (Globe Staff, Boston Globe).
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