Ohio State University is offering students a "Reflection Room" during Inauguration Day festivities for Republican President-elect Donald Trump.
The Student Life Multicultural Center calls it a ''space to pause, reflect and share."
Interested students shaken up by the sound of "I, Donald John Trump ..." can stroll by the Round Meeting Room at the Ohio Union anytime between noon and 3 p.m. on Friday for a dose of reflection.
It's all part of the school's "I, Too, Am America" daylong event:
There's also a "Brush and Brunch" from 10 to 11:30 a.m., where you can help with a "community mural project and prepare for the day with breakfast items, coffee and tea."
Not sold yet?
For those brave enough to actually look at TV screens while Trump takes office, there's "Watch and Wonder" from noon to 3 p.m. where you can check out live footage of the "presidential swearing ceremony." (Yes, that's how it reads on the main page. Now, was it a typo — or a Freudian slip?)
There are also teach-ins scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. where you can "address the important questions and what this country needs and how we get there."
And what would such a day be without an "'I, Too, Am America' Poetic Justice" session so you can "inspire and be inspired by local performing spoken word artists" and "learn how to cultivate your own poetic voice"? The title is reportedly inspired by the poem "I, Too" by black poet and playwright Langston Hughes.
(H/T: The College Fix)