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A new student-run organization, Lafayette Happiness Project, recently received coverage in The Philadelphia Inquirer. The group’s mission is to spread joy throughout campus with simple acts of kindness.

Students behind the project aim to share positivity and alleviate stress through a variety of events. Last spring and again this past fall, they brought therapy dogs to campus. They post notes with uplifting messages all over campus. They also cohosted a cocoa and coloring event with the psychology club.

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