The Dog Days Aren’t Over

Back by pup-ular demand: Man’s best friend becomes students’ best destressor as Pace takes your mind off of finals for a few hours with a visit from the Good Dog Foundation on April 30 in PLV.

It. is. happening. again. The puppies are coming to PLV! And this year, you’ll have two opportunities to see (and play with) them, thanks to the Mortola Library and SDCA.

The Good Dog Foundation, which provides animal-assisted therapy services to more than 315 partner facilities in four states, including visiting survivors of Hurricane Sandy and working with children in Newtown following the Sandy Hook Tragedy, is returning to Pace’s PLV Campus to help provide some stress relief prior to the start of exams. To help make your ruff days more paw-some, the puppies will be making two stops on Tuesday, April 30: first, they’ll be visiting the Mortola Library’s Birnbaum Conference Room from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.; then, they’ll wag on over to the Kessel Campus Center’s Conference Rooms C/D from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

If you want to use the famous “dog ate my homework” excuse, here’s your chance.

E-mail Associate Librarian Steven Feyl at sfeyl@pace.edu for more info.