Video: (Pet) Therapy in the happiest form

Every college student (and some faculty and staff) need a bit of stress relief near final exams. Members of the Packerland Kennel Club and their outreach dogs paired-up with the Cofrin Library to provide pure happiness.

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Dogs in Library December 2019

– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication

‘Good tidings for Christmas, and a Happy New Year!’

Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston and UW-Green Bay vocal students and alumni spread some holiday cheer again this year with office-to-office caroling on Dec. 16, the Wednesday of final exams week. At one of their stops, the carolers were treated to applause and cookies by the Office of the Chancellor, with Chancellor and Mrs. Miller handing out the goodies.

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Carolers 12-16-15

– Photos by Kimberly Vlies, Marketing and University Communication

Therapy dogs help student de-stress

The stress-busting therapy dogs were back at the Cofrin Library Wednesday (Dec. 17), continuing an enjoyable winter finals-week tradition that lets students take a fun and furry study break. About a dozen dogs from the Packerland Kennel Club lapped up the attention while defusing students’ stress from 3:30-5 p.m. on the library’s fourth floor.

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Dogs in the Library 12-16-15

– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication