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Therapy Dogs Return to Campus

Anna Copp '18, Photographer

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As the semester starts to wind down, the stress of college certainly does not. Students all over campus are studying for exams, writing essays, and wishing break would get here already. With the stress levels increasing, it is important to find ways to unwind.

What better way to relax than cuddle up to a fuzzy creature that wants nothing more than to make you happy! On Wednesday, November 16 in the Gannett-Tripp Library lobby the therapy dogs were present once again to help wag your worries away. Four dogs were here, eagerly waiting for students’ love. Each one is a registered therapy dog. They can be seen several times throughout the term and are sure to be back again soon!

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