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Test tension reliever

Dylan Chapdelaine, Vancouver Island University trades student, hammers out his frustrations on the exterior of a junked Ford Taurus during a break between exams at VIU Thursday. The car smash was part of a series of stress-busting events hosted by the VIU Students’ Union, which included visits with therapy dogs, yoga classes and shiatsu massage, to help students relieve test anxiety last week. - Chris Bush photo
Dylan Chapdelaine, Vancouver Island University trades student, hammers out his frustrations on the exterior of a junked Ford Taurus during a break between exams at VIU Thursday. The car smash was part of a series of stress-busting events hosted by the VIU Students’ Union, which included visits with therapy dogs, yoga classes and shiatsu massage, to help students relieve test anxiety last week.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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