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IMAGE: Kent State students gather around to pet a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
Kent State students gather around to pet a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
IMAGE: A Kent State student gets to know a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
A Kent State student gets to know a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
IMAGE: A Kent State student pets a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
A Kent State student pets a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
IMAGE: Kent State students are served popcorn, punch and coffee during the Stress-Free Zone event in the library.
Kent State students are served popcorn, punch and coffee during the Stress-Free Zone event in the library.
  • IMAGE: Kent State students gather around to pet a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
  • IMAGE: A Kent State student gets to know a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
  • IMAGE: A Kent State student pets a dog during the Stress-Free Zone event held in the lobby of the library during finals week.
  • IMAGE: Kent State students are served popcorn, punch and coffee during the Stress-Free Zone event in the library.

Stress-Free Zone Available Monday & Tuesday

Monique Zappa | 05/02/2013
Kent State University Libraries will host its Stress-Free Zone event in the library’s lobby on Monday and Tuesday, May 6-7, from 3-5 p.m. The Stress-Free Zone offers members of the university community the opportunity to unwind and ease the stress of finals week.

“It’s a nice distraction from finals,” said Karen Hillman, director of marketing at Kent State University Libraries. “It’s been very successful in the past, and we expect nearly 400 students to attend this semester.”

Popcorn and drinks will be provided, and attendees can take time to relax by playing Wii games and more. Pet therapy dogs also return this year. All Kent State students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the event.

For more information about Kent State University Libraries, visit www.kent.edu/library.

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