Many students met on the Helen Hills Hills Chapel Lawn last Wednesday for the purpose of petting fuzzy heads, also known as Pet-A-Pet Day. The event is held usually around midterms in the fall, and near finals in the spring. The gathering consisted of dogs, big and small, and a therapy Alpaca!
Inside the foyer, students grabbed delicious donuts and cider to refresh. They could also participate in face painting and create balloon hats as a way to destress and be fun and silly with friends before finals come. There were also colorful prayer flag notes on the table near the donuts where students could leave farewell wishes for departing Dean of Religious Life Jennifer Walters and Wellness Director Emily Nagoski. The flags were later hung outside the Chapel on the stairwell.
As this semester draws to a close, good luck to all on finals and the last week of classes!