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Sept. 9, 2014
By Alexandra Mortallaro, media relations assistant
Northwest Missouri State University will host its annual Stress Less Fest to provide students with an opportunity to have fun, relax and learn ways to relieve stress when tests begin.
Wellness Services, in conjunction with Project Hope, will sponsor the first Stress Less Fest of 2014-2015 from 6 to 11 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, in The Station. The event features yoga, Zumba, meditation, therapy dogs, free food and raffles, among other activities.
In 2012, the Northwest’s Stress Less Fest was recognized on a national level by the American College Health Association. The award recognizes exemplary, innovative and inspirational practices in college health.
University Wellness Services and Project Hope collaborate to host Stress Less Fest events and provide a place where students can relieve stress that builds throughout the academic year.
“We’re hoping by hosting this event that students will realize that there is always somewhere on campus available to help them grow as people whether it be for a simple flu shot or for counseling services,” said Megan Hays, Wellness Services marketing intern.
For more information about Stress Less Fest and Wellness Services at Northwest, contact BK Taylor, health educator, at 660.562.1348 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow Wellness Services on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwmsuwellness or @NWMSUWellness.
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