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Dogfest, a bi-annual event run by the Residence Hall Association, seeks to help students with end-of-semester stress

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On Monday, Residence Hall Association at UW-Eau Claire put on Dogfest, a bi-annual event that seeks to help students destress around finals time. Students gathered to pet some pups during the last few weeks of the semester.

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Fluffy friends on upper campus help students destress