Students Take Time to De-Stress

There’s no doubt the end of the school year is an exciting time for students, but it’s also a time of high stress and anxiety.

Knowing the need for stress-relief, Student Government set out to plan activities that would help alleviate some of the pressure that students face as they complete year-end projects and study for final exams. Each campus Student Senate offered opportunities for students to take time out for themselves and relax.

In Beaver Dam, student senate sponsored a free golf luncheon at The Golf Club at Camelot in Lomira for students on Saturday, April 29.  Student participants were able to escape for the day and ease tension on the golf course.

On Tuesday, May 2, the Fond Lac Campus welcomed aboard therapy and comfort dogs. The four-legged visitors to campus lifted the spirits of students who enjoyed their company.

And on Thursday, May 4, baby goats were the center of attention on the West Bend campus.  The gentle creatures had a calming effect on students who stopped by to interact with them.

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Written by Lisa Manuell
Student Life - Lead