The stress relieving event held in Room 107 of Duane G. Meyer Library on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, during Finals Week at MSU, was a huge success. Over 300 students took breaks from their studies to pet the dogs. The dogs and their owners were affiliated Pet Therapy of the Ozarks, a volunteer organization that coordinates visits to schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and other events where petting a dog for a few minutes will provide a smile and lower everyone’s stress levels. The MSU Libraries thanks Pet Therapy of the Ozarks for yet again making this event the highlight of Finals Week. Anne Baker, our new Head of Special Collections and Archives, did a great job of organizing, promoting, and managing this event.