Arts & Culture

Kappa Delta’s annual spaghetti feed adds 5k run to philanthropy

Kappa Delta knows that the only way to do a 5k run is to stuff your face with plates full of pasta beforehand. And did we mention bread sticks? This year, their annual two-part philanthropy returns Feb. 28 with a Spaghetti Feed and ends March 1 with the Shamrock N’ Run 5k. …

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Greek Week 2012 nears end, raises money for the Eugene Boys and Girls Club

Let the games begin. Greek Week kicked off last Thursday, beginning a week-long tournament as fraternities and sororities team up to compete against each other in a series of events. The annual event celebrates the Greek community while aiming to cultivate homecoming weekend at the University. This year, the community …

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Greek: Haunted fraternity and sorority houses across the country

Fraternities and sororities are rich in history, and the physical houses themselves are no exception. Though these are our homes now, they have been home to thousands before us for nearly a century long. These walls are rich with history and have seen laughter, growth and horror. Here are some …

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Best fraternity: Sigma Nu

“Take what you know about fraternities and think again.” This is what the Sigma Nu fraternity states on its website, and Oregon students seem to agree.

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Best sorority: Pi Beta Phi

The ‘Best of Campus’ winners were determined by a student vote. The winners do not reflect the opinion of the Emerald. The University has a growing Fraternity and Sorority Life that is full of deserving houses for the honor of being the best sorority. But this year the Pi Beta …

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Candlelight vigil shines light on the life of Lillian Pagenstecher

More than a thousand University students joining the sorority filled the lawn, with candles waiting to be lit during the service; members of many of the other fraternities and sororities came, too, to support the life lost.

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