Tag: Pets

On and off campus critters

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer We’re all familiar with the campus critters who keep us company between classes: geese, squirrels, birds, groundhogs and the occasional chipmunk or duck. But what about the critters that keep us company at home and are there to greet us after a long day at school? Meet some of your fellow

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A Titan’s guide to pet adoption

By: Chloe Teall Staff-writer My favorite part of my daily routine is tucking in my Great Dane, Jeb, at night. He sleeps on his own bed on a mattress on the floor, but he refuses to rest until I personally tailor the blankets and pillows to his liking. I welcomed Jeb into my family almost

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Student Housing allows pets for special needs

By: C.A. Printup Staff Writer @dontwritedown There is a pig on campus—a kitty named Piglet to be exact. She lives with me in my dorm at River Crossing Student Housing and is incredibly fat in a good and adorable way. I have an invisible disability—one that requires constant medication, therapy and work. Pet therapy has

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