Tagged with United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Never forget

Never forget

By Jack Feldman Today I had one of the most powerful experiences in my life. The bleak, metal elevator doors shut and a voice came crackling through the speakers of the little monitor on the ceiling. An American accent told us that some kind of camp had been discovered, that they didn’t know what we … Continue reading

Godwin’s Law

Godwin’s Law

By Harrison Yu Godwin’s law, according to Wikipedia, states that, “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1.”  So, the more popular a political figure becomes, the more likely that someone will compare said person to Hitler. Both the current president and president-elect have been compared to the fascist leader … Continue reading

A Thousand Words

A Thousand Words

By: Sarah Schroeder This afternoon we visited the United States Memorial Holocaust Museum. This is my first time in Washington D.C. and this experience was one I had being looking forward too. Spending a couple of hours walking through the museum was an incredibly somber, yet rewarding time. What stuck out to me the most about the museum was the … Continue reading

Holocaust Re-Envisioned

Holocaust Re-Envisioned

By: Kevin Maisto Raise your hand if you fit into any one of these categories: 1) History Buff 2) Student (lover of education) 3) Human If your hand is raised, then you must visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Unless you’re an infant (in which case you shouldn’t be reading this) or have lived … Continue reading