Monday, May 2, 2011

Ole Miss students get help fighting stress

With final exams looming, many students feel added stress this time of year, and as a result, some students may not know how to properly cope. So in order to help students, the University of Mississippi Counseling Center and the Oxford Humane Society is putting on a program called "Stress Less" Week.

With several activities ranging from meditation and massages to playing with dog's, Stress Less week has many options for any level of stress. In addition, this event helps the the dog's brought by the Humane Society, which are all available for adoption.

Stress less week is a program designed to help students cope with the overwhelming stresses of student life this close to exam week, while also creating awareness for stress management programs offered at the university counseling center. The program ends Friday April 29th.

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