GW’s Apple Day celebration took place Thursday in the Marvin Center instead of Kogan Plaza due to a rainstorm.
The Residence Hall Association converted rooms inside Merriweather Hall into a haunted house Wednesday for Hall-o-Vern.
GW Program Board hosted a Halloween kickoff event in University Yard Tuesday called “Nightmare on H Street.” It is the first of five events in Halloween at GW series this week.
Members of a nearby episcopal church congregated in Kogan Plaza, sparking a student protest.
Potomac Square’s grand opening kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday morning.
The 30-foot tall Colorado blue spruce is replacing the previous tree, which suffered damage after a snowstorm in 2014 and an individual climbed on it last December.
Families celebrated Day of the Dead Saturday at Pearl Street on the District Wharf. Festivities included face painting, costumes, dancing to live music.
Tony’s Chocolonely, a Netherlands-based chocolate company, visited University Yard Thursday to educate students on fair trade cocoa.
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design held its second annual costume ball Saturday. Students gained admission by wearing a costume.
The National Zoo held its annual “Boo at the Zoo” event where kids trick or treat at locations scattered across the zoo.