Students danced to relieve stress before finals.
Elliott School of International Affairs students gathered Wednesday for line dancing to relieve stress before finals. Led by Kadriene Dixon, Elliott School director of finance, the group learned the Wobble and Cupid Shuffle and other dances.
The event was part of “Stress-Less Days,” a series of relaxing activities hosted by the Elliott School’s Undergraduate Advising and Graduate Student Services aimed at relieving stress before final exams. Other events included a session with therapy dogs and mug painting as well as massages and cookie decorating.
Find photos of the festivities below: