College students everywhere are working themselves to the bone with studying for finals, but cramming and fatigue can be harmful to grades. Instead, take a break; go to Study Break. For $10 per person, students can visit WonderLab on Saturday, December 9, to play with the exhibits and enjoy some hands on science. Undergraduate and graduate students of all ages are welcome to enjoy a free dinner and take their minds off of school in a stress-free environment from 6:30-9:00 P.M. Photo ID will be required to enter the event.
“It’s finals season. Time is really tight. You need to eat anyway,” said Jared Katz, Secondary and Adult Education Specialist at WonderLab. “Pay 10 dollars, eat for free, pet some dogs, get full run of the museum, do some stress relief activities, and return to work fully recharged.”
Aside from WonderLab’s plethora of challenging and interactive exhibits, there will be special guests available to assist students with stress relief. Puppies will be present to help put a smile on even the most over-worked and stressed-out student’s face. Many of the puppies will be borrowed from individuals in the community.
“Interacting with animals is a great way to lower stress levels and create a comforting environment,” said Katz.