On Friday, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Trump signed an executive order designed to get people talking about the Holocaust. In a beautiful gesture to the Jewish community, Trump ensured with his new decree that the Holocaust would be a major topic of discussion in households, on the news, and in rapidly mobilizing civil rights groups.
The Quadrangle takes a look back at 2016.
With the recent resurgence of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement—an attempt to pressure Israel to end its occupation of Palestinian land—many people caught in the middle feel that their hands have been tied.
ROME— In an address at the Vatican on Wednesday, Pope Francis devoted a large portion of his speech to the topic of human aviation, saying, “It is by His divine grace that it occurs sometimes an entire day in which no planes crash. He truly is a merciful God.”
PARIS— “In recent months, thousands of Syrian refugees have fled heinous acts of terror in the Middle East, and embarked on a life-altering and painful journey to seek safe haven in Europe so they can commit heinous acts of terror,” said Pierre Duval, a member of the National Front, an economically protectionist and socially conservative French political party.
PARIS— Following the worst violence to hit the nation since World War II, France has formally surrendered to the Islamic State.
“There’s just one,” said Oliver Watsford, an Australian biologist and scuba instructor, in a statement to the scientific community.
The Quadrangle received and confirmed a leaked list of celebrities who smoke Marijuana.
London, England, c. 1916— According to The Quadrangle’s sources, early 20th century man Austin Jones is freaking everybody out by calling The Great War “World War One”, implying there is going to be another one or something.