Photo of the Week – Sept. 10

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Photo of the Week – Sept. 10

Sitting in Zoology, senior Kristin Priest holds her Crested Gecko during a lesson. Zoology students brought their pets to class in order to learn more about the different species. “It’s so fun and so therapeutic because [during] the whole class period while you're taking notes you can have your animal out on your desk and play with it,” Priest said. “It's relaxing because you get to take notes and pet a guinea pig at the same time.”

Sitting in Zoology, senior Kristin Priest holds her Crested Gecko during a lesson. Zoology students brought their pets to class in order to learn more about the different species. “It’s so fun and so therapeutic because [during] the whole class period while you're taking notes you can have your animal out on your desk and play with it,” Priest said. “It's relaxing because you get to take notes and pet a guinea pig at the same time.”

Caroline Judd

Sitting in Zoology, senior Kristin Priest holds her Crested Gecko during a lesson. Zoology students brought their pets to class in order to learn more about the different species. “It’s so fun and so therapeutic because [during] the whole class period while you're taking notes you can have your animal out on your desk and play with it,” Priest said. “It's relaxing because you get to take notes and pet a guinea pig at the same time.”

Caroline Judd

Caroline Judd

Sitting in Zoology, senior Kristin Priest holds her Crested Gecko during a lesson. Zoology students brought their pets to class in order to learn more about the different species. “It’s so fun and so therapeutic because [during] the whole class period while you're taking notes you can have your animal out on your desk and play with it,” Priest said. “It's relaxing because you get to take notes and pet a guinea pig at the same time.”

Caroline Judd and Carly Anderson

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