“Spend 10 minutes with them. You’ll chill right out.”
After hours of studying for exams, what’s better to soothe your nerves than petting a donkey?
The College Fix reports:
University provides therapy donkeys to students ahead of final exams
Move over goat yoga — the latest way for college students to de-stress before final exams is … therapy donkeys.
That’s right. The State University of New York Plattsburgh recently brought in a small herd of miniature donkeys to help students cope with the anxiety and pressure that comes with typical end-of-semester responsibilities such as tests and massive 10-page papers that are due.
A video of the recent festivities at the SUNY campus showed students laughing, petting and playing with the little donkeys, with Ken Besaw of Thera-Pets telling a local ABC news affiliate: “Spend 10 minutes with them. You’ll chill right out.”
— Pburgh Admissions (@PlattsLife) May 1, 2019
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