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Students make four-legged affection connection


A teeming ground floor marks library's "pet project."
A teeming ground floor marks library’s “pet project.”
Warm eyes survey the crowd for frazzled friends.
Warm eyes survey the crowd for frazzled friends.
(Yup. That's the spot. Right below the ear and above the neck. Ahhhhhhh.)
(Yup. That’s the spot. Right below the ear and above the neck. Ahhhhhhh.)
Radiating an aura of relaxation
Radiating an aura of relaxation

Therapy dogs, an ever-popular outlet for students’ anxiety, returned to campus Wednesday to effortlessly ease the stress of midterms. The traditional activity is just one way that Madigan Library meets its mission of health literacy among members of the Penn College family. The dogs will return Dec. 5 during Finals Week.
Photos by J.J. Boettcher, student photographer

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