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UMaine brings goats to campus to help stressed students
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9 May 2018
On 9 May 2018 The Associated Press reported:
The University of Maine has deployed a herd of goats to help students get through a stressful finals season at the end of the semester. There was a line of students waiting this week to get close to the goats. Assistant Director of Student Activities Brittney Smith says goats are popular and all over the internet.
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