In the almost three months since Trump was elected President, I’ve marched in the streets, I’ve called my representatives, and I’ve completely abstained from sex. Now is the time for action, even if that means not getting any action.
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.
Being a professional firefighter isn’t always easy. Don’t get me wrong, it’s the best job in the world, and it’s really fulfilling. But sometimes it can be difficult, especially if you’re someone like me who is sexually attracted to fire.
Wow. If you ever thought the presidency was an easy job, think again. In last night’s State of the Union address, we got a glimpse at how much Obama has aged during his time in office: a mind-blowing eight years!
It’s 2016: Why is There No Law Against Murdering 1,200 People and Telling All Your Friends About It?
Alright, folks. I’m usually not the type to make waves, but some stones can’t go unturned. I understand that progress takes time, and that no social system is perfect. That said, I cannot sit idly by as the nation I know and love slips into the deep abyss of anarchy.
On the first day of the year 2016, the editors of The Quadrangle feel it is appropriate to share our resolutions for the New Year.
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 key to avoiding the dreaded “hangover” the morning after a raucous night out on the town is to keep track of what you drink.
Guess what, girls. 2015 minus 1920 is 95. Do you know what that means? For almost a hundred years, men have allowed women to vote, every year.
In 2015, issues of gender and sexuality were a frog, which wholeheartedly leapt into the murky pond of the American zeitgeist.