You may feel inclined to turn the news back on, but it may be better to turn on a happy show instead.
A couple gathered with a small group of friends at the high-top table in Kogan Plaza to sign their marriage papers and officially tie the knot.
Take your mind off of the election this weekend by visiting a new art exhibit, meditating or learning about cannabis.
Three seniors talk election projections, lessons from election day in 2016, how to be smart watching election coverage and advice for the night.
Students said they wanted to get active in the upcoming election to find their footing in politics and help sway a particularly high-stakes race.
For some of these reporters, working as an embed on the campaign trail was an aspiration they said began during their time at GW.
You can find a gamut of ideas, like new snacks, pranks and photoshoots, on TikTok to try out with your friends and family.
Participate in a second Women’s March rally in anticipation of the election or stroll around NoMa to check out murals from artists around the world.
The alumna said the pandemic has exposed the violence women of color and trans sex workers face in the industry.
During this first weekend of October, take a break from studying and log onto a stand-up comedy show on Animal Crossing.