“Finals Frenzy” Helps Students Unwind During Exam Weeks

On Dec. 8, the Office of Student Affairs kicked off “Finals Frenzy,” events and services to help students unwind during reading period and final exam weeks.

Along with the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF), the Office brought in puppies from local dog rescue organization “A Forever Home” for playtime with students. This popular student wellness event packed the law school lobby.  

“This is an annual event that we do every year to help students relieve stress and to give people a chance to meet these puppies who are all available for adoption,” said Catherine Riedo, 3L and president of SALDF.  

Pictured Right: First-year students Ainur Kuketayeva, Lauren Shapiro, and Carolyn Mahoney. Check out more photos in our gallery.

In addition to Puppy Day, the Office of Student Affairs will also sponsor a free Pancake Dinner served by faculty and staff. The Pence Law Library will also provide snack breaks for students in the lobby at various times throughout the study and exam periods.

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