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Animal therapy to relieve stress of varsity students







Students taking the opportunity to interact with the animals that were brought into the campus for the event.

Students taking the opportunity to interact with the animals that were brought into the campus for the event.

MIRI: Curtin University Malaysia implemented animal-assisted therapy for a second time on its campus to help students relax while studying for their examinations.

Curtin Malaysia head of library and learning commons Mac’Earldon Mike Maxwell said many libraries now initiate programmes to support student growth, development and wellness.

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