Miranda Stambler| THE SPECTRUM
Throughout the school year, North Dakota State has multiple opportunities for students to ease their stress by interacting with dogs. Opportunities range from therapy dogs available in various locations during stressful weeks, such as dead week or finals week, to the annual Bark in the Park put on by Sigma Chi Fraternity. Bark in the Park, put on at the end of every school year, provides information for students and introduces them to currently adoptable dogs. Proceeds received through meals sold go toward Homeward Animal Shelter. Options for therapy dogs are provided throughout the year and normally take place around stressful times like dead week and finals week. At these events, trained dogs are available to help calm you and forget the stresses college brings.