Men’s soccer moves to first    by Bethany Hladick Beta’s back: Fifth fraternity reorganizes    by Bronte Dod Anti-racist Halloween guide    by Tiffany Chan and Jessica Meza-Torres Cheer remains grounded    by Holly Peterson Why I stopped caring about Lena Dunham   

By Kate Piluso In the past week, I have questioned my very intelligence every time I’ve used the word “rapscallion” because it contains the word “scallion.” When I say it, I worry that—instead of lovingly calling someone a synonym for “scallywag” or “scamp”—I am, in fact, calling

By Colleen Smyth Alison Lundergan Grimes may not be a household name in the Pacific Northwest, but she is poised to make history on Nov. 4. Since haphazardly declaring her candidacy for Kentucky’s U.S. Senate seat in July 2013, Grimes has posed a surprising threat to 30-year

By Margaret Woodcock Shamil Tarpischev, 66, has had an impressive career. Formerly the personal tennis coach and minister of sport for Boris Yeltsin, Tarpischev continues his reign today as the president of the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) and as a member of the International Olympic Committee. But it’s

Cheer works to propose stunting By Holly Peterson The Willamette cheer team is aptly named, because due to regulations placed on them by the University, they are left to do only that—cheer. Unlike most modern college teams, Willamette’s squad is grounded, meaning they are not allowed to do