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Tag Archives: Pet-a-Pet Day
Among the central priorities of the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life (CRSL) is to encourage contemplative practice and mindfulness. A number of events sponsored and supported by the CRSL affirm contemplative practice including Pet-a-Pet day, Mindful Mondays, and the … Continue reading
Many students met on the Helen Hills Hills Chapel Lawn last Wednesday for the purpose of petting fuzzy heads, also known as Pet-A-Pet Day. The event is held usually around midterms in the fall, and near finals in the spring. … Continue reading