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Therapy Dogs, Crafts, and Coffee Will Help Keep Exam Stress in Check at UNC Libraries

Photo of therapy dog

Whiskey visited UNC libraries in 2012 and will make a return appearance this year. (Photo: Dan Sears for UNC News Services.)

Need a way to keep perspective during exam week? Come build a gingerbread house or cuddle up with a therapy dog at one of UNC’s libraries.

Campus libraries will offer special exam-time diversions to lower your stress level. Extended hours will help you prepare for even the toughest final. Davis Library will stay open until 2 a.m. on most nights, and the Undergraduate Library will add additional overnight hours.

Below is the full schedule of special exam activities for Fall 2013. Good luck with finals, everyone!

Thursday, December 5

Friday, December 6

Gingerbread house photo

Build yours while supplies last. Craft activities in the Undergrad, in conjunction with student group Live Well. (Photo: Flickr, Carrie Stephens)

Sunday, December 8

Monday, December 9

Wednesday, December 11

  • Therapy dogs:  11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1 – 2 p.m., Health Sciences Library
    • An exhibit on therapy, service, emotional support and search and rescue dogs will be on display at the Health Sciences Library beginning the first week of December.
  • Therapy dogs: 11:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. Park Library, 268 Carroll Hall (more information)
  • Meditation session with aromatherapy: 8 – 10 p.m., 205 Undergraduate Library*

* Denotes an official “Week of Balance” event, sponsored by the R.B. House Undergraduate Library and UNC student group Live Well.

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