Photos: GMU Law Students Relax at ‘Puppy Day’

A little puppy love is helping law students at George Mason University’s Virginia Square campus get through the stress of final exams.

Students had three hours to leave the books behind and cuddle with some furry friends during “Puppy Day.”

A law school staff member came up with the idea last spring, and the event has since become a tradition for every final exam week in the spring and fall.

The study break is also beneficial for the pups, who are brought in from A Forever Home Rescue Foundation. Representatives from the dog rescue group were on hand to assist with giving out information and to help those interested in adopting one of the puppies.

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