Thursday, June 26, 2014

The therapy dog for the Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

Let’s say you were an incoming freshman at Harvard University. You’d get your dorm assignment, pick your classes, buy your books, and set up a meal plan. A lot of those things require — or at least, are facilitated by — an official ID card. Harvard’s online campus service center has instructions as to how to obtain your card, and, on that page, informs the student that his or her Harvard ID card “provides access to housing, dining halls, libraries, Crimson Cash [a University-wide debit system], and more.”

Cooper Anderson, better known as Crimson Cooper, is a therapy dog.

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