Marquette University Lets Students Pet Puppy to Relieve Finals Stress

In a video on Thursday, Marquette University Provost Dr. Dan Myers told students he “wanted students to have the very best end of the year as possible.”

In the video, Myers interviews a few students studying for finals. He then tells students the number one way to relieve stress is through petting a puppy.

Marquette partnered with the Wisconsin Humane Society to bring Gus, a puppy, for students to pet as they studied for finals and relieved stress.

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