The Quadrangle takes a look back at 2016.
The Quadrangle has obtained an exclusive copy of 12-year-old Daniel Waynard’s latest poem.
We all enjoyed Pixar’s 2015 film Inside Out, as well as the lovable cast of characters that represent the emotions inside us. But the final cut of the film only included the five most basic emotions—Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness—instead of the 50 emotions that the writers originally envisioned, which more fully describe the human condition.
For the third time since 2013, unknown hackers stole and leaked explicit and pornographic images from celebrities’ mobile phones and other devices. In contrast to previous leaks, however, the latest features all male celebrities.
“Our exhaustive efforts are a survey of American slang as it will exist for the coming decade,” said researchers from Fluidity Songwriting Consultants about their extensive report to singer Beyoncé Knowles this week, which details every possible way to reference a wet buttock.
Last Friday, The Midsummer Players put on a production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet on the South Quad, which was, I think, an absurdist adaptation of the play.
The Quadrangle received and confirmed a leaked list of celebrities who smoke Marijuana.
“I swear on my baby girl’s life, I’m not exaggerating when I say that reading The Onion feels like rubbing an actual onion in your eyes,” said a satire, humor and vegetable expert—preferring to remain anonymous—about the experience of reading the popular-ish, fake-news website.
The Quadrangle is shocked and saddened to report that the University of Michigan marching band has died.
Label-less college sophomores Max, age 19, and Jennifer, age 20, have made a mature decision. The couple won’t date anyone else and will continue to sleep together, because neither, Max and Jennifer explained, are ready for a relationship.