Therapy Dogs Calm Students During Hectic End-of-Semester Rush

The student organization Random Acts of Kindness Everywhere, led by Megan Massa ’14 and Janki Kaneria ’14, recently invited several therapy dogs to campus to provide licks and cuddles to students under stress due to looming paper deadlines and final exams. Although the Sail Room in Smith Union was filled with laughter from students, it was the dogs who seemed to benefit most from all the petting and attention.

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