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What did students at University of Wisconsin-Stout have to say on graduation day? How did they relieve stress during finals week? What are they doing this summer?
The answers to those questions and more are in videos produced recently by University Communications.
In a video from commencement day, Saturday, May 10, Leo Hennen, of Minnetonka, Minn., Shadrack Masaki, of Farmington, Minn., and Hannah Riordan, of Appleton, talk about their big day and what lies ahead. Go to http://tinyurl.com/nhagm73.
On Tuesday, May 13, therapy dogs visited the University Library to help students relieve stress during finals week. Kalan Tix, a game design and development major from Osseo, Minn., said she stopped by to "take a couple minutes to snuggle with some cute dogs. I have two dogs at home, and I miss them." Go to http://tinyurl.com/lhhr8hn.
In the university's weekly student newscast, "Take 2 at UW-Stout," students discuss their summer plans, which include working, sleeping, playing in a band, hanging out with friends and going to a military camp in Germany. Go to http://tinyurl.com/q3aje2o.
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Along with the university's YouTube channel, videos can be found on UW-Stout's Facebook page.###
Leo Hennen is interviewed in the spring commencement video.