UNC students get a dose of puppy love as they struggle with a painful week on campus


UNC students got a dose of puppy love on the lawn in front of Wilson Library on Wednesday in a break during what has been a tough week on campus as they’ve grappled with recent student deaths. Eyes Ears Nose and Paws, a local nonprofit organization, brought service dogs in training to campus for a few hours to offer “quiet, furry support.” (Durham Herald-Sun)

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UNC students get a dose of puppy love as they struggle with a painful week on campus


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