'Paws for a Break' Allows Students to Rest, Recharge

Published 05.02.2016

Student News

Jean Bizup and Troy get acquainted with Anthony J. Pace, assistant director of student activities for student organizations and orientation.Troy looks with hope for the next student in need of a calming hug.Coloring pages, bubble wrap add to the therapeutic bill of fare.With students up to their overworked eyeballs in finals preparation, and morning downpours only adding to the dubious joy of a new week, who couldn't use a little stress relief? Student Affairs delivered a well-timed outlet near the Keystone Dining Room ... with therapy dogs, adult coloring books and bubble wrap just asking to be popped.
First two photos by Mallory L. Weymer, coordinator of student health and wellness education/suicide prevention specialist