"Take a picture of me with the dog -- I need to send this photo to my mom so she can feel good about paying full tuition at Emory."
Join the discussion
"Awwwright! Let's go pet some puppies!"
"I'm actually super excited."
"I miss my dog so much!"
"This is the greatest thing EVER!"
"This is the best idea ever!"
Woodruff Library staff watched about 200 students smile and relax as they took part in the Library Therapy Dog Study Break
on Wendesday, December 12 in the Jones Room. Students got a chance to pet on the wonderful dogs brought to the library by volunteers
from the Canine Assistants organization. Many of the students told stories about their pets back home to the Canine
The only problem was that demand exceeded supply! We had to turn away many students, much to our dismay. This has already
prompted discussions of how to accommodate more students the next time we host one of these events, perhaps by having more dogs
in attendance and/or extending the event to two days.
Next time we plan to be spot on!
In the Blog
- Summer Reading EBooks and AudioBooks
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Charles H. Herty Turpentine Cup
- Postcolonial Studies @ Emory
- A Beautifully Illustrated Book in the Seydel Collection
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Medical Formulas from the Reed Family
- New tech e-books:Safari Books Online
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Resurrection City Street Signs
- The Extraordinary World of MARBL: Ralph McGill's Paper Bag Letter
- Sisyphus: Patron Saint of the Stacks
- Cake Sprinkles, Cigarettes, Pasta, and Rusty Razor Blades: Preservation Challenges in MARBL