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Puppies break the stress of exams at GMU law

With a whole semester grade riding on one three hour exam, law students are famously stressed out this time of year. George Mason University’s law school offers unconventional relief — let the anxious academics play with puppies.

The Arlington law school partnered with a local animal rescue group for “Puppy Day,” with predictable results. Students “awwed” and cuddled with the animals. The attention-starved puppies enjoyed the love, too, reports The Washington Post.

The Post even has a gallery of pictures.

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