Life at CofC has been pretty sweet these days. But if you ask Clyde the Cougar, it’s purrrfect!

CofC students receive candygrams for Valentines Day.

More than 150 residential students got a sweet surprise through the Residence Hall Association’s annual Valentines Day fundraiser. Parents, students and off campus sweethearts sent small flower arrangements and/or small box of Chocolates to their favorite Cougar. With the help of CofC President Andrew T. Hsu, students in the Residence Hall Association (RHA) delivered a lot of love across campus on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. Funds raised through the annual RHA event go toward yearly programming and residential community building initiatives in the College’s residence halls. (Photos by Mike Ledford)

CofC student-athletes recently recorded videos reading children’s books for elementary school students as part of an initiative for Black History Month. The project is part of a partnership between the Athletics Department and Memminger Elementary School. (Photos by Chris Cook)

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Need a change of scenery on campus? The School of Sciences and Mathematics Building is a great place to study, people watch and check out a few fossils outside the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History. (Photos by Mike Ledford)

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At CofC, there’s never a shortage of places to study, visit with friends or take in a scenic view. (Photos by Mike Ledford)