Students ‘paws’ to destress

Junior biology major Jenieva Black plays with therapy dogs at the Residence Hall Association’s Paws-to-Share event Wednesday in the University Quad. The purpose of the event is to give students a chance to spend time with dogs to destress from school, work and life. / photo by Abelina J. Nuñez
Junior biology major Jenieva Black plays with therapy dogs at the Residence Hall Association’s Paws-to-Share event Wednesday in the University Quad. The purpose of the event is to give students a chance to spend time with dogs to destress from school, work and life. / photo by Abelina J. Nuñez

Abelina J. Nuñez, senior journalism major, is a photography editor for Campus Times and staff photographer for La Verne Magazine. She previously served as LV Life editor, arts editor social media editor and staff writer. In Fall 2023, Nuñez was La Verne Magazine's editor-in-chief and was previously a staff writer as well. Her work can be found on Instagram @abelinajnunezphoto.

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