Stressed out by midterms? The staff at Miller Hall provided a unique opportunity for students to forget about exams this semester.
On Oct. 14, Michael Bliss, Miller Hall’s resident director, and resident assistant Nimish Shah (A’12), in conjunction with the Scituate, Mass. based non-profit, Dog B.O.N.E.S. (Building Opportunities for Nurturing and Emotional Support) brought therapy puppies for students to pet and play with in hopes of relieving some of their midterm blues. The event left some students nostalgic for their own dogs at home, while others puppy-lovers were simply grateful for the distraction.
Video production by Jeffrey Baker Jr. (A’11) and Kaitlin Provencher, Web Communications.