Puppies to invade SFU to help students with exam stress

Mar 16 2017, 4:24 am

It’s that time of year, with midterms coming to an end and finals on the horizon, students across Metro Vancouver are feeling some serious stress.

But if you’re an SFU student there is some good news, and it involves de-stressing with cute, adorable, fluffy, puppies.

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On Thursday, March 16 SFU Health and Counselling Services will be bringing some adorable puppies to the Burnaby campus to help students, faculty, and staff beat the exam time blues.

This year SFU Health and Counselling is partnering up with St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program to bring the puppies to campus.

The puppies will be soothing away students’ stress from noon until 2 pm on Thursday at Saywell Hall 9082 Atrium on SFU’s Burnaby campus.

SFU Puppy Therapy

When: Thursday, March 16 from noon to 2 pm.

Where: Saywell Hall 9082 Atrium, SFU Burnaby Campus.

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