Students going to study at Herman B Wells Library Wednesday night encountered a de-stress event sponsored by IU Libraries and the IU Health Center. Attendees were able to draw in coloring books, eat free snacks, make their own sand and balloon stress balls, collect aromatherapy essential oil samples and pet therapy dogs. Although Yohan Kwon, a senior, and Vivek Rao, a freshman, arrived for different reasons, they took the time to engage in a heated game of ping pong, before continuing with their evenings.
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