GVSU students calm down with therapy dogs while preparing for final exams

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ALLENDALE, Mich– ┬áStudents at Grand Valley State University were treated to some special guests while studying for final exams on Monday.

Some animals from West Michigan Therapy Dogs visited the school’s Mary Idema Pew Library as part of the school’s Exam Cram.

Exam Cram runs through April 28th. The therapy dogs will be back on campus Tuesday evening.

Other events planned for students include adult coloring, and chair massages.

The school’s Kirkhof Center, Mary Idema Pew Library, and Steelcase Library will all be open later for students to prepare for their tests.

 

 

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  • Common cents

    Grow the hell up you whiney little entitled snowflakes. Maybe you can bring your blankie in with you during the exam too.

    • you're comment is invalid

      I’m sorry that you feel so entitled to post rude comments about a college working very hard to try and make sure their students are doing what they need to and having fun too, but while these students slave away for their studies and maybe take a study break for 5 minutes before they continue for another 7 hours you’re posting shit like this… what a damn joke you are.